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A look at where Maryland football players stand in final 2020 mock drafts

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As the NFL Draft is set to begin Thursday, here are the latest predictions for the top Terp talents.

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The 2020 NFL Draft will officially get underway Thursday night, with teams participating in a virtual draft for the first time in league history due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

There are numerous Maryland football players hoping to hear their names called over the three-day draft, including Antoine Brooks Jr., Sean Christie, Isaiah Davis, Tino Ellis, Javon Leake, Marcus Lewis, Tyler Mabry, Anthony McFarland Jr. and Ellis McKennie.

Brooks, Leake and McFarland were the only three out of group to have a chance to compete in front of teams, as they were all invited to the NFL Combine and the other Terps’ pro days had to be cancelled with the coronavirus outbreak. The trio has shown up the most on mock drafts out of any Maryland players and look to have the best shot at getting drafted.

Here are the latest projections of where the trio could fall.

Antoine Brooks Jr. Mock Draft Roundup

Publication Round Overall Pick Team
Publication Round Overall Pick Team
CBS Sports 6 209 Packers
Sports Illustrated 7 216 Redskins
Sporting News 6 211 Jets
NFL / Chad Reuter 7 234 Rams
Bleacher Report 4 126 Rams
DraftTek 5 160 Colts

Anthony McFarland Jr. Mock Draft Roundup

Publication Round Overall Pick Team
Publication Round Overall Pick Team
CBS Sports 7 219 49ers
Sports Illustrated 6 185 Dolphins
Sporting News 4 120 Jets
NFL / Chad Reuter 5 177 Chiefs
Bleacher Report 6 180 Bengals
DraftTek 6 195 Patriots

Javon Leake Mock Draft Roundup

Publication Round Overall Pick Team
Publication Round Overall Pick Team
Sports Illustrated 7 240 Texans
Sporting News 5 174 Titans
Bleacher Report 5 159 Raiders
DraftTek 5 177 Chiefs