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The Crimson Tide signal-caller won the Davey O'Brien and Johnny Unitas awards in 2020, leading the nation in completion percentage, passing yards, and efficiency rating as he guided his team to a national championship ... and if the 49ers take him ahead of Justin Fields or Trey Lance with the No. 3 draft pick, they have lost their minds. Derrik Klassen explains.
In an NFL season like no other, continuity along the offensive line practically vanished. The Philadelphia Eagles tied a record for futility, while Sean McVay and the Rams showed they could stay afloat no matter how turbulent the storm.
The Tigers wideout opted out of the 2020 season, so you may have forgotten that the led the nation in receiving yards and touchdowns in 2019. Derrik Klassen shows why Chase's physical playing style is likely to make him the first receiver drafted in 2021.
Alabama's Mac Jones is likely to be a first-round pick, but who else from the Southeastern Conference might join him in the draft? SEC expert Clark Brooks breaks down numbers for Jones as well as Florida's Kyle Trask, Texas A&M's Kellen Mond, and Arkansas's Feleipe Franks.