The 2020 NFL Draft class brings us a loaded crop of wide receivers, with TCU's Jalen Reagor among them. Reagor projects to land somewhere in the neighborhood of the late first or early second round, but there's likely to be quite a few teams competing for his services.
With that in mind, let's take a look at some expert predictions for Reagor's landing spot in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Jalen Reagor Draft Projection 2020
Ryan Wilson, of CBS Sports, has the Green Bay Packers taking Reagor with the No. 30 overall selection in the first round.
Matt Miller, of Bleacher Report, has Reagor falling all the way to the last pick of the second round, with the Seattle Seahawks taking him at No. 64 overall.
Kevin Hanson, of Sports Illustrated, also has Reagor going in the second round, predicting the New York Jets to draft him with the No. 48 overall pick.
Luke Easterling, of USA Today's Draftwire, has the most confidence in Reagor thus far, projecting the Minnesota Vikings to select him with the No. 22 overall pick in the first round.
Walter Cherepinsky, of Walter Football, has Reagor falling to the second round, with Chicago Bears snagging him with the No. 50 overall pick.
Jalen Reagor NFL Draft Prediction
- Vikings (No. 22)
- Packers (No. 30)
- Jets (No. 48)
- Bears (No. 50)
- Seahawks (No. 64)
While there is no consensus around the same team or pick among the five experts highlighted above, it looks like Reagor's draft range is somewhere between the late-first round to the end of the second round.
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