• Harry

We have a lot of excellent candidates to win this award in 2020. Nine of the first ten players on the board are either from the SEC or the Big 10. That includes the top two, Joe Burrow (Heisman winner is the favorite at +250) and Clyde Edwards-Helaire who were national champs at LSU.

+250 Joe Burrow

Burrow will have AJ Green back from injury in Cincinnati

+500 Clyde Edwards-Helaire

He ran strong in the national championship game against Clemson

15/1 D’Andre Swift

Did get injured late in the season a year ago at Georgia

15/1 JK Dobbins

Would love to prove a lot of teams wrong

15/1 Jonathan Taylor

Had over 6,000 yards rushing in his career as a Badger

15/1 Tua Tagavailoa

Has spectacular raw talent

20/1 CeeDee Lamb

The Cowboys will have an explosive offense and Lamb could be a enormous reason why

20/1 Henry Ruggs

Only 38 reception for the Crimson Tide last season

20/1 Jerry Jeudy

The Raiders may regret not taking Jeudy ahead of Ruggs at pick 12

35/1 Justin Jefferson

Had 2400 yards and 24 touchdowns the past two seasons combined

35/1 Brandon Aiyuk

Aiyuk had five games last campaign with 140+ yards receiving

35/1 Tee Higgins

Injuries hurt his draft value

40/1 Denzel Mims

Some mock drafts had him going in the first round. He slipped plenty and was injured at the end of the season for Baylor. Will he be able to make Darnold and the Jets offense somewhat decent

Harry’s Picks are

+250 Burrow/Bengals

He is just that good and besides Green he will have Tyler Boyd. Boyd has gone for over 1000 yards receiving two straight seasons

35/1 Jefferson/Vikings

Jefferson had 229 yards and four touchdowns at halftime of the national semi-final game against Oklahoma. The Eagles could have snatched Jefferson with the 21stpick, but they took a different receiver. Jefferson is capable of big things and with disgruntled receiver Stefon Diggs gone, Jefferson can prove to everyone that the Eagles made a monster mistake.