NFL Draft Finishes With Surprises, Trades
The 2020 NFL Draft is in the books. Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm fell to the fifth round before he was taken by the Buffalo Bills at pick 167.
Mr. Irrelevant, the last pick in the draft, was Tae Crowder, a linebacker out of Georgia, selected by the New York Giants. There were a pair of big trades Saturday, with Trent Williams going from the Washington Redskins to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for a pair of picks and Marquise Goodwin going from the Niners to the Philadelphia Eagles.
The best players, according to ESPN, to go undrafted are Trey Adams and Hunter Bryant out of Washington, and Lavert Hill from Michigan.
The lone HBCU player selected in the draft was offensive lineman LaChavious Simmons from Tennessee State. He was selected 277th overall (7th round) by the Chicago Bears.