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NBA Mock Draft Roundups

We have created several NBA mock draft roundup pages that lists mock drafts per NBA franchise.

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NBA Draft Room, Updated: 6/17
29. Tyrese Maxey, Kentucky

A compact, score first combo guard who can light it up from downtown. He fell off a bit after a hot start and struggled with consistency and efficiency. Still, he's a lights-out shooter who should benefit from the space in the NBA game.

The Rookie Wire, Updated: 6/16
29. Tyrese Maxey, Kentucky

Tyrese Maxey is an impressive athlete who plays bigger than his 6-foot-3 frame, thanks to his 6-foot-6 wingspan. The offense often ran through him at Kentucky, and he averaged 0.93 points per possession as the ball handler in pick-and-roll sets -- which ranked in the 86th percentile among NCAA players. He also has an above-average floater, which he hit at an impressive rate. But his lack of an elite skill specialty could see him fall a bit in the draft. However, considering he is the only known top prospect to have signed with the Klutch Sports Group (the agency that represents Los Angeles superstars LeBron James and Anthony Davis), it is difficult to imagine Maxey slipping past the Lakers.

College Basketball Talk, Updated: 6/15
29. Cassius Winston, Michigan State

Winston did not have the season many of us expected him to have as a senior -- understandably, given the death of his brother in November -- but he still put up All-American numbers for a team that won a share of the Big Ten regular season title. He was playing his best basketball down the stretch, and he still have the highest basketball IQ of anyone in this 2020 NBA mock draft. He's an elite passer and shooter that thrives in ball-screens. Yes, the defense and athleticism are concerns, but we said the same thing about numerous point guards that have made careers out of being backup point guards. Winston is the next in that pipeline.

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NFL Mock Draft Roundups

We have created mock draft roundups for all teams (30, excluding the Rams and Texans) that have a first-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

As an example, here is our initial mock draft roundup for the Dallas Cowboys:

Pro Football Network - DiCecco (6/7)
28) Dallas Cowboys: Andre Cisco, S Syracuse

The Cowboys have a solid starting cornerback tandem in Chidobe Awuzie and Trevon Diggs, and Jourdan Lewis is a fine nickel defender. However, safeties Xavier Woods and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix don't project as long-term options at safety. Cisco, my top safety, has the requisite ball skills, range, and versatility to make an impact in his first season.

Fox Sports - McIntyre (6/7)
12. Dallas Cowboys -- Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State

Jerry Jones has the makings of another Top 5 offense, but the defense is full of holes. Parsons will be talked about in the same breath as Isaiah Simmons, who went eighth in 2020 to the Cardinals.

Walter Football (5/19)
18. Dallas Cowboys: Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford

The Cowboys drafted Trevon Diggs, but they still need another cornerback. Paulson Adebo has great size, coverage skills and play-making ability. He struggled a bit in 2019, but could rebound next year.

CBS Sports - Edwards (5/12)
22. Dallas Cowboys: Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri

Bolton needs some refinement, but he is a high-energy linebacker. By traditional standards he is undersized, but there is no overlooking his impact on the game.

CBS Sports - Trapasso (5/4)
28. Dallas Cowboys: Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State

Freiermuth runs like a gazelle in the open field and has enough twitch to create separation. More weapons for Dak Prescott.

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MLB Mock Draft Roundups

The 2020 MLB Draft will be held virtually on Wednesday, June 10th and Thursday, June 11th and we've been tracking MLB mock drafts from various baseball analysts, writers and bloggers via our 2020 MLB Mock Draft Database.

In addition, we have posted a roundup, per team, of recent MLB mock drafts.

For example, the Arizona Diamondbacks have the 18th pick in Wednesday's draft and our Arizona Diamondbacks 2020 MLB Mock Draft Roundup compiles picks for the D'Backs in recently-updated mock drafts:

MLB.com - Mayo (6/4)
Austin Hendrick, OF, West Allegheny HS (Pa.)

Arizona would love a bat here and Hendrick is the best one available if it goes down this way. If he's gone, they could go the college arm route with someone like Georgia's Cole Wilcox.

The Athletic - Law (6/3)
Ed Howard, SS, Mount Carmel (Ill.) HS

The Mike Hazen D-Backs went big on upside last year, and their biggest successes to date in the draft have come on high school position players. I know of teams in the 20s hoping Howard falls to them but also had sources above that indicate they don't think he gets out of the teens.

CBS Sports - Axisa (6/2)
OF Pete Crow-Armstrong, Harvard-Westlake High School (California)

Speedy outfielders with high-end contact skills are a popular target for the Diamondbacks under GM Mike Hazen and Crow-Armstrong fits perfectly. He's on the short list of the best defensive players in the draft, and if the power he started to show prior to the shutdown is real, he could be a steal at this pick.

Fangraphs - Longenhagen (5/27)
Nick Bitsko, RHP, Central Bucks East HS (PA)

Neither Bitsko nor Hendrick played a game this spring (Hendrick was heavily scouted last summer, Bitsko had not yet reclassified), and though I disagree with it, there's real risk it will impact where they're taken.

MLB.com - Callis (5/27)
Nick Bitsko, RHP, Central Bucks HS East (Doylestown, Pa.)

Since reclassifying into the 2020 Draft in January, the only time Bitsko pitched for scouts came in a March 4 bullpen workout. The lack of looks amplifies the high-school-righty risk that worries many teams, but the upside of three plus pitches with similar command is hard to ignore. The D-backs could go with Crow-Armstrong's polished bat and hope Bitsko gets to their supplemental first-round selection at No. 33, but that seems increasingly less likely.

ESPN - McDaniel (5/26)
Pete Crow-Armstrong, CF, Harvard Westlake High School (California), Vanderbilt commit

The D-backs are another team that seems to have zeroed in on a specific type (contact-first, up-the-middle prep bats) and has gotten solid recent results with that approach (Alek Thomas, Corbin Carroll). Crow-Armstrong fits it to a T. It isn't a coincidence that the other best fit to that type in the first round, Robert Hassell, is Arizona's other heavily rumored target.

For their next pick, the D-backs are rumored to be targeting some upside prep arms, and one in particular, Bitsko, fits their preference (high slot, high spin, fastball/curveball) very well. Bitsko is already off the board in this mock, but he's a real option at this pick or with Arizona's second pick, if he makes it that far. Clayton Beeter is rising and fits Arizona's type well, but he'll likely go between Arizona's two picks.

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2020 NFL Power Rankings: Post-Draft

Throughout the 2020 NFL season, we will update our consensus NFL Power Rankings from a variety of national sites.

Below you will find a table of our NFL Power Rankings following the 2020 NFL Draft, sorted by their average ranking. The table also lists their respective rankings at various sites.

1Kansas City Chiefs0-0111111
2Baltimore Ravens0-02.223222
3San Francisco 49ers0-03.432444
3New Orleans Saints0-03.444333
5Buffalo Bills0-07.81166511
5Green Bay Packers0-07.8688710
7Seattle Seahawks0-08.85135615
8Tennessee Titans0-09.48510168
8Tampa Bay Buccaneers0-09.47121387
10Indianapolis Colts0-09.61399116
Consensus NFL Power Rankings

Brendan Donahue's 2020 NFL Mock Draft

- Updated: Wednesday, April 22nd

Over the past three years, Brendan Donahue's NFL mock drafts have been tracked by The Huddle Report.

During that three-year span, only Evan Silva (131) has a higher combined score than Donahue (129), who is tied with Kevin Hanson (129) for the second-most points during that stretch.

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With that said, here is Brendan Donahue's final 2020 NFL Mock Draft:

1Cincinnati BengalsJoe Burrow, QB, LSU
2Washington RedskinsChase Young, EDGE, Ohio State
3Detroit LionsJeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State
4New York GiantsTristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
5Miami DolphinsTua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama
6Los Angeles ChargersJustin Herbert, QB, Oregon
7Carolina PanthersIsaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson
8Arizona CardinalsDerrick Brown, IDL, Auburn
9(Projected trade) Tampa Bay BuccaneersAndrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
10Cleveland BrownsJedrick Wills, OT, Alabama
Brendan Donahue's full 2020 NFL mock draft

> For more NFL mocks, check out our NFL Mock Draft Database

> You can view Kevin Hanson's final 2020 NFL mock draft here.

Frank Williams' NFL Draft Big Board (Top 100)

Editor's note: Frank Williams joins EDSFootball after running his own site, NFL Draft Days, and he's established a strong track record of accuracy, as verified by The Huddle Report's independent scoring of Top-100 Big Boards. Not only did Frank rank 11th out of 50 big boards tracked in 2019, he also is 11th over the past five years in Big Board accuracy.

The table below is our 2020 NFL Draft Big Board, which ranks the top 100 prospects regardless of position.

1Joe BurrowQBLSU6-3221rSR
2Chase YoungEDGEOhio State6-5264JR
3Tua TagovailoaQBAlabama6-0217JR
4Jeffrey OkudahCBOhio State6-1205JR
5Derrick BrownDTAuburn6-5326SR
6Isaiah SimmonsLBClemson6-4238rJR
7Justin HerbertQBOregon6-6236SR
8Jerry JeudyWRAlabama6-1193JR
9Tristan WirfsOTIowa6-5320JR
10Andrew ThomasOTGeorgia6-5315JR
Frank's full 2020 NFL Draft Big Board (Top 100 Rankings)

Brendan Donahue's Week 16 Fantasy Football QB Rankings

[Note: If you're looking for Kevin Hanson's Week 16 QB rankings, you can find them at SI Fantasy.]

Scoring: These rankings are based on standard-scoring formats -- one point per 25 passing yards and one point per 10 rushing yards plus four points per passing touchdown and six points per rushing touchdown. They are for Week 16 of the 2019 NFL season.

Week 16 Fantasy Football quarterback rankings from Brendan Donahue:

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Hanson's Fantasy Football Rankings

As of August 1st, EDSFootball.com owner Kevin Hanson has agreed to join the team at SI.com and you can find his 2019 fantasy football rankings on Sports Illustrated for the 2019 NFL season.

Here are the links to his Week 16 Fantasy Football rankings on Sports Illustrated:

2019 Fantasy Football Profile: Mark Ingram

- Updated: Saturday, July 6th

Leading up to the start of the 2019 NFL season, we will post 2019 Fantasy Football Profiles for several fantasy-relevant players.

After spending his first eight NFL seasons with Drew Brees in New Orleans' high-octane offense, Mark Ingram signed a three-year free-agent contract this offseason with the Baltimore Ravens.

Earlier in his career, Ingram had durability concerns as he missed three-plus games in four of his first five NFL seasons. With the exception on a four-game suspension to open last season, Ingram hasn't missed any (other) regular-season games over the past three seasons.

In something of a role reversal from 2017 to 2018, Ingram became the complement to Alvin Kamara, who looks to perform as a top-four fantasy back for a third consecutive season. On a per-game basis last year, Ingram set five-year lows in both rush attempts (11.5) and receptions (1.8).

Lead back in run-heavy attack

As Ingram begins the next phase of his career, he steps in as the favorite for a lead-back role for what is one of the league's most run-dominant offenses. That said, his grip on that role is certainly far from iron clad.

Gus Edwards showed how productive he could be as a runner over last season's final half. Rookie Justice Hill may enter 2019 as a complementary part of the backfield, but he has the potential for much more than a secondary role if the opportunity presents itself.

The days of Brees slinging it all over the yard are over as the future HOFer threw it just 489 times in his age-39 season. Wanting balance in their offensive attack, the Saints ranked fifth in the NFL in run-play percentage in 2018.

But no team ran the ball more in absolute terms than the Ravens (547 attempts), who ended 2018 third in run-play percentage despite ranking just 25th before Lamar Jackson took over as the starting quarterback. Of course, a huge reason for the jump is Jackson himself as he had more rush attempts than pass completions in six of his seven regular-season starts.

Baltimore should lead the NFL in rushing attempts this upcoming season and Jackson may even lead quarterbacks in carries. That said, the team will look for their thin-framed quarterback to run less often in 2019. Jackson's presence and threat to run, however, helps to open up running lanes as teams will undoubtedly try to make the Ravens beat them through the air.

RB2 with RB1 upside?

Even though he wasn't as productive as I would have expected last season, Ingram was fantasy's RB21 (RB20 in PPR) from Week 5 -- when he returned from suspension -- through the end of the year. Setting five-year workload lows, it could have been even worse.

Before last season's complementary role to Kamara, Ingram had finished as a top-10 fantasy running back in back-to-back seasons. Ingram was the RB6 in 2017 and the RB10 (RB8 in PPR) in 2016.

In those two seasons combined, Ingram was one of four players to have more than 2,000 rushing yards, 100 receptions and 20 combined touchdowns. The other three were Le'Veon Bell, Todd Gurley and LeSean McCoy.

An underrated receiver out of the backfield, only seven running backs have more receptions than Ingram (175) over the past four seasons. Ingram had only 21 catches last season, but he had 50, 46 and 58 from 2015 to 2017, respectively.

Ingram is also quick to get north-south as a runner. According to the NFL's NextGen stats, Ingram's 2018 average TLOS (Time to Line of Scrimmage) was 2.58 seconds, fourth-lowest among qualified running backs. Teammate Gus Edwards ranked first (2.43 seconds) in TLOS.

- Continue reading our Mark Ingram 2019 Fantasy Football Profile

2019 Fantasy Football 12-Team Mock Draft

- Posted: Tuesday, July 2nd

The best way to become good at something is to practice. So, what should you do if you want to draft a better fantasy football team?

Practice, of course!

Leading up to the start of the 2019 NFL season, Kevin Hanson will use the 2019 Fantasy Football Mock Draft Simulator (powered by FantasyPros) to complete fantasy football mock drafts.

We will use a variety of scoring formats -- PPR, half-PPR, standard scoring and even 2-QB leagues, league sizes and draft slots. The goal is to give you a good representation of the team that you may be able to construct given your league settings and the rationale of why we made the picks we did.

>> Our mocks will be tracked here: Fantasy Football Mock Drafts.

That said, nothing beats practicing yourself so (check out the simulator) and complete a mock in a matter of minutes.

2019 Mock Draft: 12 Teams, 11th Pick

Without further ado, here are the picks of our 12-team 2019 fantasy football mock draft using standard scoring:

1.11 - Joe Mixon, RB, Cincinnati Bengals

While he missed two games last season, Mixon was an efficient workhorse when he was on the field. The second-year back averaged 20.0 touches per game and 4.9 yards per carry as he finished fourth in the NFL in rushing (1,168 yards). Unfortunately, the Bengals have already lost first-round pick Jonah Williams for the season, but the increased offensive creativity that the new coaching staff brings should only boost Mixon's outlook going into his age-23 season.

2.02 - Todd Gurley, RB, Los Angeles Rams

Last year, Gurley was the no-brainer No. 1 pick in fantasy drafts and he delivered. Even though he missed two games, no running back scored more fantasy points than Gurley, who has 3,924 scrimmage yards and 40 total touchdowns over the past two seasons combined.

Going into 2019, however, there is concern (perhaps less by Gurley himself) over his knee and specifically what it means to the workload he will get (or not get). But I feel comfortable with his upside as the RB2 (on this team), especially given that Aaron Jones (fourth-pick) is a high-upside RB2 himself.

3.11 - A.J. Green, WR, Cincinnati Bengals

Before missing (almost all of) the second of the season, Green was off to a fantastic start with a 45/687/6 line through Week 8. On a per-game basis, he was fantasy's WR8 through Week 8. The only concern is durability as Green has now missed three-plus games in three of the past five years, but I love his value 35 picks into this draft.

4.02 - Aaron Jones, RB, Green Bay Packers

Injuries and/or suspensions have cost Jones eight games in his first two seasons (four each). Missing Weeks 1 and 2 and 16 and 17, Jones averaged 5.5 yards per carry on his opportunities in between for a second consecutive season. During that span, he was a top-15 back. This is a pretty ideal start through Round 4.

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