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Let Us Introduce You to 325 NFL Draft Prospects

In an annual tradition, we introduce you to the top NFL Draft prospects both on and off the field.
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INDIANAPOLIS - As the saying goes, everyone has a story. And that's certainly true with the 2020 NFL Draft class. In an annual tradition, we introduce you to the top prospects both on and off the field ahead of this week's Scouting Combine.

While the Scouting Combine has become more of a made-for-TV event, especially with the workouts moving into prime time, it’s still an important part of the process for talent evaluators.

“It’s really important,” Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst said. “It’s important, No. 1, because of the medicals. The Combine was created for that. When they realized they were getting all the players together, they started adding things, the workouts and the interviews. The No. 1 thing is the medical. It always has been. And the No. 2, I think for me, is just the access to the players – sitting down with them, looking them in the eye, kind of seeing if they’re a fit for us. It’s nice to be able to see all the guys and compare apples to apples when they do work out. But the medical has always been the most important thing.”

Most coaches and general managers will meet the press on Tuesday. Here is the workout schedule.

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LET US INTRODUCE YOU TO THE CLASS OF 2020

Introducing the 26 Safeties

Part 1: Delpit, Utah tandem and a freak athlete

Part 2: McKinney, Notre Dame duo and a D-II stud

Part 3: All-Americans Winfield and Reed, and a Clemson pair

Introducing the 35 Cornerbacks

Part 1: Dantzler and Arnette

Part 2: Brother of NFL WR leads SEC stars

Part 3: Okudah cream of corner crop

Part 4: Louisiana’s lethal weapon

Introducing the 31 Linebackers

Part 1: Long name with a big game

Part 2: Oklahoma’s Murray a real lifesaver

Part 3: Queen, Simmons are cream of crop

Introducing the 34 Edge Rushers

Part 1: Unstoppable Epenesa, Baun, Anae

Part 2: Gross-Matos' incredible story

Part 3: Okwara and a lot of questions

Part 4: Thrill of the Chase (Young)

Introducing the 25 Defensive Linemen

Part 1: Auburn duo and dynamic twins

Part 2: Kinlaw and SEC stars

Part 3: Baylor's defensive lynchpin

Introducing the 20 Tight Ends

Part 1: Kmet, Moss and the Bryants

Part 2: Small-school stars Trautman and Taumoepeau, and five SEC standouts

Introducing the 25 Offensive Tackles

Part 1: Becton, D-III stud Bartch and Charles

Part 2: Jones and plenty of NFL DNA

Part 3: The Big Three of Thomas, Wills and Wirfs

Introducing the 17 Guards

Part 1: Bredeson, Hunt, Jackson and Lewis

Part 2: Stenberg, Simpson and Throckmorton

Introducing the 10 Centers

Big Ten’s Biadasz, Ruiz Lead Way

Introducing the 55 Receivers

Part 1: Aiyuk, Bowden did it all

Part 2: Duvernay, Edwards and Gandy-Golden

Part 3: LSU's Jefferson among TD machines

Part 4: Lamb, Jeudy top receiver class

Part 5: Mims leads Texas trio

Part 6: Ruggs, Shenault produce big plays

Introducing the 30 Running Backs

Part 1: Cam Akers, Eno Benjamin and J.K. Dobbins

Part 2: Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Zack Moss

Part 3: D’Andre Swift and Jonathan Taylor

Introducing the 17 Quarterbacks

Part 1: Burrow, Eason, Fromm

Part 2: Gordon, Herbert, Hurts, Love

Part 3: Tagovailoa and two Wisconsin natives