NFL Draft

108 underclassmen have already declared for the draft, that is double the amount from 2010

Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa is a sure fire first round pick, as well as Jerry Jeudy, but could the Crimson Tide finally beat the Hurricanes for most first rounders in a single round?

In 2019, 103 players met the league’s three-year eligibility rule and entered their name in the pool of prospects. Of those, 30 went undrafted (29 percent). The previous year, a record 106 underclassmen declared.

  • 2019: 103
  • 2018: 106
  • 2017: 95
  • 2016: 96
  • 2015: 74
  • 2014: 98
  • 2013: 73
  • 2012: 65
  • 2011: 56
  • 2010: 53

Alabama: WR Jerry Jeudy, S Xavier McKinney, WR Henry Ruggs III, QB Tua Tagovailoa, OT Jedrick Wills

Appalachian State: RB Darrynton Evans

Arizona: RB J.J. Taylor

Arizona State: RB Eno Benjamin, P Michael Turk

Arkansas: S Kamren Curl

Auburn: CB Noah Igbinoghene, EDGE Nick Coe, P Arryn Siposs

Baylor: CB Grayland Arnold, DL James Lynch

Boise State: OT Ezra Cleveland, EDGE Curtis Weaver

Boston College: RB A.J. Dillon

BYU: RB Ty’Son Williams

Central Florida: WR Gabriel Davis

Cincinnati: RB Michael Warren II

Clemson: WR Tee Higgins, CB AJ Terrell

Colorado: WR Laviska Shenault

Florida: CB C.J. Henderson

Florida Atlantic: CB James Pierre

Florida State: RB Cam Akers, CB Stanford Samuels III

Fresno State: G Netane Muti

Georgia: QB Jake Fromm, G Solomon Kindley, RB D’Andre Swift, OT Andrew Thomas, OT Isaiah Wilson

Hawaii: QB Cole McDonald

Illinois: DE Oluwole Betiku Jr.

Iowa: EDGE A.J. Epenesa, S Geno Stone, OT Tristan Wirfs, RB Toren Young

Kentucky: WR Lynn Bowden Jr.

Louisiana Tech: CB Amik Robertson

Louisville: OT Mekhi Becton

LSU: EDGE K’Lavon Chaisson, OT Saahdiq Charles, C Lloyd Cushenberry, S Grant Delpit, RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, WR Justin Jefferson, LB Jacob Phillips, LB Patrick Queen

Maryland: RB Javon Leake, RB Anthony McFarland Jr.

Miami: CB Trajan Bandy, RB DeeJay Dallas, WR Jeff Thomas

Michigan: WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, C Cesar Ruiz, EDGE Josh Uche

Michigan State: CB Josiah Scott, WR Cody White

Minnesota: S Antoine Winfield Jr.

Mississippi State: CB Cameron Dantzler, LB Willie Gay Jr.

Missouri: OT Trystan Colon-Castillo, DL Jordan Elliott, TE Albert Okwuegbunam

Monmouth: RB Peter Guerriero

Notre Dame: S Alohi Gilman, RB Tony Jones Jr., TE Cole Kmet

Ohio State: RB J.K. Dobbins, CB Jeff Okudah, EDGE Chase Young

Oklahoma: WR CeeDee Lamb, LB Kenneth Murray

Oregon State: WR Isaiah Hodgins

Penn State: EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos, WR K.J. Hamler

San Diego State: C Keith Ismael

South Carolina: TE Kyle Markway

Southern Miss: WR Quez Watkins

Stanford: TE Colby Parkinson

Syracuse: WR Trishton Jackson

TCU: DT Ross Blacklock, WR Jalen Reagor

Temple: CB Harrison Hand, C Matt Hennessy

Texas A&M: WR Quartney Davis, DT Justin Madubuike CB Debione Renfro, WR Kendrick Rogers

Texas Tech: DE Houston Miller

UCLA: TE Devin Asiasi

USC: OT Austin Jackson

Utah: CB Javelin Guidry, CB Jaylon Johnson

Utah State: QB Jordan Love, LB David Woodward

Virginia Tech: TE Dalton Keene, RB Deshawn McClease

Virginia Union: RB Tabyus Taylor

Washington: RB Salvon Ahmed, TE Hunter Bryant, QB Jacob Eason

Wisconsin: C Tyler Biadasz, WR Quintez Cephus, RB Jonathan Taylor

Damond Talbot

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