Jonathan Taylor Expert NFL Draft Predictions
The 2020 NFL Draft class brings us a loaded group of running backs, with Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor slightly trailing Georgia's D'Andre Swift in the odds to be the first player selected at the position, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
The running back position can be tough to nail down in the draft. In today's NFL, it takes a truly elite talent to climb toward the top of Round 1, which leaves a wide range of potential landing spots for a back like Taylor this April.
Jonathan Taylor Draft Projection 2020
Matt Miller, of Bleacher Report, has Taylor going to the Pittsburgh Steelers with the No. 49 overall selection in the second round.
Ryan Wilson, of CBS Sports, has the Buffalo Bills picking Taylor with the No. 54 overall selection in the second round.
Walter Cherepinsky, of Walter Football, has a little more confidence in the back-to-back Doak Walker Award winner, projecting the Baltimore Ravens to select Taylor with the No. 28 overall pick in the first round.
Luke Easterling, of USA Today's Draftwire, shares this confidence with Cherepinsky here too, as he has the New Orleans Saints taking Taylor even earlier with the No. 24 overall pick in the first round.
Taylor's NFL Draft prop bet odds, according to FanDuel Sportsbook, project the former Badger's draft pick over/under mark to be 37.5, which would place him in the early second round. Notably, the Los Angeles Chargers own pick No. 37, and the Carolina Panthers have pick No. 38.
Jonathan Taylor NFL Draft Expert Predictions
- Saints (No. 24)
- Ravens (No. 28)
- Chargers/Panthers: (No. 37/No. 38 Pick)
- Steelers (No. 49)
- Bills (No. 54)
While these predictions all suggest Taylor is likely to be drafted between the late first and mid-second round, none of the five experts highlighted above agree on which franchise will ultimately pull the trigger on the Wisconsin product.
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