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Time To Prepare For The 2ND 2020 Draft! Huh?

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 12 Washington State at Arizona State Photo by Kevin Abele/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Second draft? Huh? What? That’s correct, now that the standard NFL draft is over, and now we need to prepare for the 2020 supplemental draft. Unlike years past, this supplemental draft might be a lot different and a lot bigger. The future of the 2020 college season is up in the air, and with it, the future of a large swath of prospects. Usually there are only a handful of names added to the ranks via the supplemental, and even fewer are actually taken. That can change dramatically very soon.

Recently there were reports that the #1 RB option for 2021, Travis Etienne, might enter the supplemental draft. This came as a surprise to a lot of people, but maybe this is just the tip of the spear. If Etienne decides to jump ship, I wouldn’t be surprised if the floodgates open up and a lot more eligible prospects decide to do the same. Of course, the opposite can also happen. Maybe we get some good news about the upcoming college season, and the supplemental draft gets sent back to the peripheral. There are a number of people reporting this much.

With that said, it is hard to believe that if there is a significant change to the college season, that it wouldn’t be considered “significant cause.” There is absolutely no clarity as to what the season is going to look like. Making any assumption on the matter would be fool’s errand. Forcing seniors or red shirt juniors to sit a year without having a chance to better their stock would be a miscarriage of logic. I was a boy scout so I always like to be prepared. Here are some of the draft eligible prospects that decided to return to school, but are eligible to enter the supplemental draft.


Travis Etienne, Clemson

Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma St

Najee Harris, Alabama

Kylin Hill, Mississippi St

Trey Sermon, Ohio St


DeVonta Smith, Alabama

Sage Surratt, Wake Forest

Tamorrion Terry, Florida St

Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State


Matt Bushman, BYU

Luke Farrell, Ohio St

Charlie Kolar, Iowa St

Jake Ferguson, Wisconsin


Walker Little, Stanford

Samuel Cosmi, Texas

Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

Alaric Jackson, Iowa

Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame

Thayer Munford, Ohio St


Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma

Trey Smith, Tennessee

Wyatt Davis, Ohio St

Josh Myers, Ohio St


Carlos Basham, Wake Forest

Quincy Roche, Temple

Hamilcar Rashed Jr., Oregon St,

Big Kat Bryant, Auburn


Monty Rice, Georgia

Dylan Moses, Alabama

Charles Snowden, Virginia


Shaun Wade, Ohio State

Paulson Adebo, Stanford

Eric Stokes, Georgia

Corey Straughter, Louisiana- Monroe

Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech


Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida St

Richard LeCounte III, Georgia

Richie Grant, UCF