Like the rest of us, NFL personnel departments have been forced to work remotely, with the league modifying its draft format from the traveling roadshow that was planned for Vegas this year to a virtual experience. There may be some glitches, but the NFL will find a way.
Sports have a way to unite us in difficult times. They provide us an opportunity to escape, even if only briefly, from our problems. Americans in general and sports fans in particular are optimistic. Few things make NFL fans more optimistic about their team than the draft, when an infusion of talent and youth offers hope that our favorite team will take that next step forward.
As we deal with the uncertainty that COVID-19 has created, I look forward to escaping into NFL draft-inspired Super Bowl dreams.
See below for SI’s comprehensive coverage of the 2020 draft.
We’ve published videos on each player on our Top 50 Big Board, position rankings, team needs and plenty of mock drafts from all of our writers.
He wasn't invited to the combine or a postseason All-Star game. We reveal the identity of our mystery prospect, and the identity of his NFL team.
With a franchise-record number of selections in a crucial offseason, the Vikings needed everything to go right—and not just with the players getting picked before them. Here's how the board came to the Vikings, and how the—essential—tech staff made it all work.
In a typical year, undrafted free agency is chaotic. But this year presents a whole new layer of challenges when it comes to the scramble to recruit UDFAs.
After two days and three rounds, there are 149 prospects left on our Big Board. Here are the best available players for the last four rounds of the NFL draft.
With 32 players taken in the first round, 223 prospects are still left on our Big Board. Here are the best players remaining before Rounds 2 and 3 on Friday.
The third of the 2020 draft’s top-10 quarterbacks, Herbert will be brought along slowly, but has a chance to launch the Chargers’ offense
Will Cincinnati build the kind of team, and become the kind of franchise, worthy of their new No. 1 overall quarterback?
Check out where Joe Burrow, Justin Herbert, Tua Tagovailoa and the other top prospects land in our final projection of how the first round should play out on Thursday night.
Albert Breer projects the first round in his only mock draft of the season. The Dolphins and Chargers get their quarterbacks and the Eagles pass on the wide receivers.
Ranking the top 255 prospects before 255 players come off the board in the NFL draft this week.
Our first full seven-round mock sees four quarterbacks come off the board in the first round. Here are all 255 picks, from Joe Burrow to Mr. Irrelevant.
In our latest first-round projection, the Bolts make a move to get their next quarterback, while the Bucs and Eagles also trade up to get help for theirs.
Burrow is going No. 1, but after that is it Herbert or Tua among the QBs? And which teams are coming up to get them?