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NHL Morning Skate for Tuesday, January 21, 2020



* No strangers to wild comeback wins this season, Florida rallied past Minnesota at Xcel Energy Center via a go-ahead goal scored in the dying seconds of regulation by Noel Acciari.

* In his final game before captaining the Central Division at the 2020 Honda NHL All-Star WeekendNathan MacKinnon tallied twice and became the fourth player to reach the 30-goal mark this season.

Cale Makar matched the single-season franchise record for points by a rookie defenseman, reaching the mark in nearly half the games required by the Nordiques blueliner who did so nearly 35 years ago.

Minnesota overcame three separate deficits and took a 4-3 lead in the third period, but Keith Yandle (1-3—4) assisted on a tying goal by Vincent Trocheck with 4:08 remaining in regulation as Florida pulled even. Noel Acciari then scored the go-ahead goal with 5.6 seconds remaining in regulation as the Panthers extended their win streak to five games – tied with the Blackhawks and Blue Jackets for the longest active run in the NHL.

* Acciari (59:54) scored the franchise’s second-latest go-ahead goal in regulation (regular season or playoffs), one second shy of the winner tallied by Trocheck (59:55) on Feb. 20, 2017 (2-1 W at STL). Acciari recorded his team-leading fifth game-winning goal of the season, two of which have been scored to cap comeback victories (also Oct. 14, 2019: 6-4 W at NJD).

* The Panthers won a regular-season game in regulation after surrendering three separate leads for the third time in franchise history, following Oct. 25, 1997 (5-4 W at BOS) and Oct. 23, 2010 (4-3 W vs. NYI).

* Florida (27-16-5, 59 points), which puts its five-game win streak on the line tonight versus Chicago, occupies third in the Atlantic Division standings and moved two points ahead of fourth-place Toronto (25-17-7, 57 points). The Panthers were five points back of the Maple Leafs when their run began on Jan. 9, as outlined in the graphic below.

Keith Yandle, 33, established a career high with four points and became the first Panthers blueliner to record as many in a game since Brian Campbell on Oct. 17, 2011 (0-4—4 at TBL). He became the 17th player in NHL history listed as a defenseman to record his first career game with four-plus points at age 33 or older (regular season or playoffs), last accomplished by Calgary’s Mark Giordano on Nov. 1, 2018 (1-3—4 vs. COL).

* The oldest blueliner in League history at the time of his first four-point game was Pittsburgh’s Tim Horton, who achieved the feat just days after his 42nd birthday on Jan. 15, 1972 (0-4—4 vs. PHI).

Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon, who is set to serve as Central Division captain at the 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, scored twice to record his third straight 30-goal season (30-42—72 in 49 GP). He became the fifth player in Avalanche/Nordiques history to reach 30 goals in three-plus consecutive seasons and second to do so since the club relocated to Denver in 1995-96.

Cale Makar assisted on goals by MacKinnon and Nazem Kadri (2-1—3) to register his seventh career multi-point game and boost his 2019-20 totals to 11-26—37 (41 GP). He matched the franchise record for most points in a season by a rookie defenseman, a mark set by Quebec’s Bruce Bell in 1984-85 (6-31—37 in 75 GP).

* Makar is on pace to conclude the campaign with 67 points, which would be the fourth-most in a single NHL season by a rookie defenseman behind Los Angeles’ Larry Murphy in 1980-81 (16-60—76 in 80 GP), New York’s Brian Leetch in 1988-89 (23-48—71 in 68 GP) and Calgary’s Gary Suter in 1985-86 (18-50—68 in 80 GP).

* Colorado (28-15-6, 62 points), which contested its final outing before the All-Star break and occupies second place in the Central Division standings, concluded its five-game homestand without a regulation loss (3-0-2). The Avalanche earned at least one point in a homestand of five-plus games for the first time since Oct. 25 – Nov. 8, 2005 (5-0-1).


* Alex OvechkinElvis MerzlikinsJonathan Toews named NHL’s ‘Three Stars’ of the week
Joel Quenneville focused on present with Panthers in return to Chicago
* Connor McDavidLeon Draisaitl not resting on All-Star success with Oilers
Quinn Hughes impresses youngest brother Luke with All-Star play
Event of the Decade: 2014 Winter Classic at Michigan Stadium

Florida head coach Joel Quenneville, who served in the same capacity with Chicago for parts of 11 seasons from 2008-09 to 2018-19 and won three Stanley Cup championships in a six-year span (2010, 2013 and 2015), returns to United Center for the first time when the Panthers visit the Blackhawks.

* Quenneville owns the second-most regular-season wins by a head coach in NHL history and earned 452 of his 917 career victories with Chicago. He was recently chosen by and International staff members as the Coach of the Decade, with the Blackhawks – under his guidance for the lion’s share of the 2010s – subsequently named the Franchise of the Decade.



NHL Network heads to St. Louis for 2020 All-Star Game Weekend

Live On-Site Coverage Starts Thursday, January 23 Through Saturday, January 25; Hersch, Hradek, Luftman, Redmond, Rupp and Weekes Featured Throughout Coverage From St. Louis’ Enterprise Center


January 21, 2020 – As the defending Stanley Cup® champion St. Louis Blues prepare to host the 2020 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend for the first time since 1988, NHL Network™ is set to produce nine hours of live coverage from St. Louis.


The action begins with the 2020 NHL All-Star Media Day presented by adidas this Thursday, January 23 at 6:00 p.m. ET, as NHL All-Stars visit with Jamie HerschE.J. Hradek and Kevin Weekes and discuss their excitement for the 2020 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend festivities.


Hosts Tony Luftman and Jackie Redmond, and analyst Mike Rupp will join the NHL Network team this Friday, January 24, as NHL Network features wall-to-wall pre- and postgame coverage of the 2020 NHL All-Star Skills presented by New Amsterdam Vodka and 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Game, beginning both days at 6:00 p.m. ET. Viewers will be brought inside the glass and up close to the action with analysis, highlights and on-site demonstrations featured throughout NHL Network’s coverage.


NHL Network will also bring fans behind-the-scenes of the 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend across its FacebookTwitterInstagram and Snapchat with photos, videos, quotes, content featuring players, and social takeovers by NHL Network personalities. At the 2020 NHL Fan Fair, NHL Network and AT&T TV will offer fans the unique opportunity to test their hockey stick skills with a target practice shooting drill set up on a mini-rink.


NHL Network’s All-Star programming from St. Louis includes:


Thursday, January 23:

4:00 p.m. ET: NHL Network Countdown: Top All-Star Game Moments

5:00 p.m. ET: Top Shelf: Best of the First Half

6:00 p.m. ET: NHL Tonight: 2020 NHL All-Star Media Day


Friday, January 24:

6:00 p.m. ET: NHL Tonight: 2020 NHL All-Star Skills Preview

Following 2020 NHL All-Star Skills presented by New Amsterdam Vodka: NHL Tonight: 2020 NHL All-Star Skills Recap


Saturday, January 25:

6:00 p.m. ET: NHL Tonight: 2020 NHL All-Star Pre-Game

Following 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Game: NHL Tonight: 2020 NHL All-Star Post Game


About NHL Network: As the TV home for the National Hockey League, NHL Network™ gives viewers an all-access pass to complete hockey coverage both on and off the ice, including live NHL games and special on-site coverage of NHL events, plus three signature studio shows, interviews, highlights and expert analysis from a variety of hockey insiders and former players. Additional programming includes behind-the-scenes features, player profiles and international and amateur hockey competitions. For more information on NHL Network, log on to or follow @NHLNetwork on Twitter.



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2020 NFL Pro Bowl Preview



Pro Bowl Week Culminates with AFC-NFC Matchup at Camping World Stadium in Orlando –

– All-Stars Face Off in Skills Showdown Airing Thursday, January 23 at 9:00 PM ET on ESPN –

The 2020 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will be played on Sunday, January 26, at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium. Tickets to the game, which kicks off at 3:00 PM ET and will be televised live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and simulcast on ABC and Disney XD, are on sale now at

The Pro Bowl returns to Orlando for the fourth consecutive season and will feature the league’s all-stars and Legends Captains taking part in youth activities and community events during a week-long celebration of the football community.

The 2020 Pro Bowl will feature two new rule changes for this game only. Following a successful field goal or try attempt, the scoring team (Team A), has the following options:

1. Team A may elect to give Team B the ball at Team B’s 25-yard line (1st-and-10), beginning a new series of downs.

2. Team A may elect to take the ball at their own 25-yard line (4th-and-15).

If Team A is successful in making a first down, Team A will maintain possession and a new series of downs will continue as normal.

If Team A is unsuccessful in making a first down, the result will be a turnover on downs and Team B will take possession at the dead ball spot.

Additionally, the 2020 Pro Bowl will feature a rule change regarding pre-snap penalties.

It is not a false start if a flexed, eligible receiver in a two-point stance who flinches or picks up one foot, as long as his other foot remains partially on the ground, and he resets for one second prior to the snap. A receiver who fits this exception is not considered to be “in motion” for purposes of the “illegal shift” rules.

It is a false start if all 11 offensive players have been set for at least one full second, and any flexed, eligible receiver breaks his stance by picking up both feet.

The 44-man Pro Bowl teams are comprised of 21 offensive and 18 defensive players plus five specialists, including a long snapper. JOHN HARBAUGH and the coaches from the Baltimore Ravens will lead the AFC Pro Bowl team and PETE CARROLL and the coaches from the Seattle Seahawks will head the NFC squad.

Pro Football Hall of Famer and three-time Pro Bowler TERRELL DAVIS and Pro Football Hall of Famer and 11-time Pro Bowler BRUCE SMITH will serve as the 2020 Pro Bowl Legends Captains for the AFC, while Pro Football Hall of Famer and seven-time Pro Bowler DARRELL GREEN and NFL Legend and four-time Pro Bowler MICHAEL VICK will serve as 2020 Pro Bowl Legends Captains for the NFC.

Ten players from the two teams participating in Super Bowl LIV, the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS and SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS, were selected to the original Pro Bowl roster: defensive end FRANK CLARK, rookie return specialist MECOLE HARDMAN, wide receiver TYREEK HILL, interior lineman CHRIS JONES, tight end TRAVIS KELCE and quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES of the Chiefs and rookie defensive end NICK BOSA, fullback KYLE JUSZCZYK, tight end GEORGE KITTLE and cornerback RICHARD SHERMAN of the 49ers.

The Pro Bowl players were determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counted one-third toward determining the 88 All-Star players who were selected to the Pro Bowl. The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its All-Star teams. It was also the first professional sports league to offer online All-Star voting in 1995.

Under terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, each player on the winning Pro Bowl team receives $70,000, while each player on the losing squad earns $35,000.

Pro Bowl tickets start at just $45 and are on sale at Get Access to Awesome as fans in attendance can watch and cheer on the Pro Bowl players as they enter the stadium on the Pro Bowl Red Carpet, bringing them closer than ever to the NFL’s All-Stars. Concession deals and “Kid Zone” activities will be available inside the stadium. Additionally, fans will be able to enjoy post-game fireworks to conclude the celebration.

Returning this year, the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown, pitting AFC and NFC All-Stars against each other in unique competitions, will air on Thursday, January 23 at 9:00 PM ET on ESPN. Each Skills Showdown team will feature a mix of quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, defensive linemen, linebackers and defensive backs.

Green Bay’s DAVANTE ADAMS, Tampa Bay’s SHAQUIL BARRETT, Minnesota’s DALVIN COOK, Minnesota’s KIRK COUSINS, Chicago’s EDDIE JACKSON, New Orleans’ CAMERON JORDAN, Chicago’s CORDARRELLE PATTERSON, Detroit’s DARIUS SLAY, Dallas’ JAYLON SMITH and Seattle’s RUSSELL WILSON will represent the NFC in the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown.

Baltimore’s MARK ANDREWS, Cleveland’s NICK CHUBB, Pittsburgh’s MINKAH FITZPATRICK, New England’s STEPHON GILMORE, Pittsburgh’s CAMERON HEYWARD, Baltimore’s LAMAR JACKSON, Cleveland’s JARVIS LANDRY, Denver’s VON MILLER and Houston’s DESHAUN WATSON will represent the AFC in the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown.

Tickets for the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown are on sale now and can be purchased here.


ARIZONA (2)      
Budda Baker Free Safety 2  
Chandler Jones Outside Linebacker 3  
ATLANTA (2)      
Austin Hooper Tight End 2  
Grady Jarrett Interior Lineman 1  
BALTIMORE (12)      
Mark Andrews Tight End 1  
Orlando Brown Tackle 1  
Morgan Cox Long Snapper 3  
Marlon Humphrey Cornerback 1  
Mark Ingram Running Back 3  
Lamar Jackson Quarterback 1  
Matthew Judon Outside Linebacker 1  
Patrick Ricard Fullback 1  
Ronnie Stanley Tackle 1  
Earl Thomas Free Safety 7  
Justin Tucker Kicker 3  
Marshal Yanda Guard 8  
BUFFALO (3)      
Tremaine Edmunds Inside Linebacker 1  
Andre Roberts Return Specialist 2  
Tre’Davious White Cornerback 1  
CAROLINA (1)      
Trai Turner Guard 4  
CINCINNATI (1)      
Geno Atkins Interior Lineman 8  
CLEVELAND (3)      
Joel Bitonio Guard 2  
Nick Chubb Running Back 1  
Jarvis Landry Wide Receiver 5  
DALLAS (5)      
Amari Cooper Wide Receiver 4  
Ezekiel Elliott Running Back 3  
Travis Frederick Center 5  
Jaylon Smith Inside Linebacker 1  
Tyron Smith Tackle 7  
DENVER (2)      
Von Miller Outside Linebacker 8  
Courtland Sutton Wide Receiver 1  
DETROIT (2)      
Kenny Golladay Wide Receiver 1  
Darius Slay Cornerback 3  
GREEN BAY (3)      
Davante Adams Wide Receiver 3  
Kenny Clark Interior Lineman 1  
Za’Darius Smith Outside Linebacker 1  
HOUSTON (2)      
Laremy Tunsil Tackle 1  
Deshaun Watson Quarterback 2  
Jack Doyle Tight End 2  
Ryan Kelly Center 1  
Darius Leonard Inside Linebacker 1  
Quenton Nelson Guard 2  
Josh Allen Defensive End 1  
Calais Campbell Defensive End 4  
DJ Chark Wide Receiver 1  
Keenan Allen Wide Receiver 2  
Melvin Ingram Defensive End 3  
MINNESOTA (8)      
Dalvin Cook Running Back 1  
Kirk Cousins Quarterback 2  
Everson Griffen Defensive End 4  
C.J. Ham Fullback 1  
Danielle Hunter Defensive End 2  
Eric Kendricks Inside Linebacker 1  
Xavier Rhodes Cornerback 3  
Harrison Smith Strong Safety 5  
NEW ORLEANS (10)      
Terron Armstead Tackle 2  
Drew Brees Quarterback 13  
Jared Cook Tight End 2  
Deonte Harris Return Specialist 1  
Cameron Jordan Defensive End 5  
Alvin Kamara Running Back 3  
Wil Lutz Kicker 1  
Andrus Peat Guard 2  
Michael Thomas Wide Receiver 3  
Larry Warford Guard 3  
PITTSBURGH (4)      
Minkah Fitzpatrick Free Safety 1  
Joe Haden Cornerback 3  
Cameron Heyward Interior Lineman 4  
T.J. Watt Outside Linebacker 2  
RAIDERS (1)      
Rodney Hudson Center 3  
SEATTLE (2)      
Shaquill Griffin Cornerback 1  
Russell Wilson Quarterback 7  
TAMPA BAY (1)      
Shaquil Barrett Outside Linebacker 1  
TENNESSEE (4)      
Jurrell Casey Interior Lineman 5  
Derrick Henry Running Back 1  
Brett Kern Punter 2  
Ryan Tannehill Quarterback 1  
WASHINGTON (1)      
Tress Way Punter 1  




NFL announces Las Vegas locations for 2020 Draft Events


As the Official Casino Sponsor of the NFL, Caesars Entertainment will host the Draft Main Stage and NFL Draft Experience Presented by Oikos® Triple Zero adjacent to the CAESARS FORUM, which will house Selection Square

Fountains of Bellagio to Host the NFL Draft Red Carpet


LAS VEGAS – Bringing fans and players together, the 85th NFL Draft will host various free events at iconic Las Vegas locations, April 23-25, 2020, the NFL announced today. The Draft comes to Las Vegas as the Raiders prepare to embark on their first season in the city and at Allegiant Stadium. The celebration – at the NFL Draft Red Carpet, NFL Draft Main Stage and NFL Draft Experience – will include free immersive activities and live entertainment and performances, bringing a new level of excitement to the NFL Draft that only Las Vegas could provide.


“Embracing the city’s personality and iconic locations enables us to create an event that captures the spirit and energy of our hosts,” said PETER O’REILLY, NFL EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, CLUB BUSINESS & LEAGUE EVENTS. “We look forward to continuing to work with the Raiders, Las Vegas officials and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to create an unforgettable week-long celebration of football for our fans, the incoming prospects and partners and kick off the NFL’s next 100 years.”


Set against the iconic backdrop of the Strip, the NFL Draft Main Stage will be constructed next to the CAESARS FORUM. Free and open to the public, fans are invited to gather at the Draft Main Stage viewing zone to watch the first round selections on Night 1 (Thursday), Rounds 2-3 on Night 2 (Friday), and Rounds 4-7 on Day 3 (Saturday).  The Main Stage will also host daily performances by headlining acts throughout the Draft.


All three days of the NFL Draft will be broadcast on NFL Network, ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ABC – including two nights of primetime coverage on Thursday and Friday.


“The Raiders are thrilled to join the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, the resort corridor, and the local community in welcoming fans to Las Vegas for the 2020 NFL Draft,” said RAIDERS PRESIDENT, MARC BADAIN. “Just as the NFL journey begins on Draft weekend for many young players, the Silver and Black’s journey in the Sports and Entertainment Capital of the World is also just beginning. There is no better place to showcase this special event than on the famous Las Vegas Boulevard, and fans will be treated to a truly unique experience in an iconic location.”


Located adjacent to the NFL Draft Main Stage, the NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero will be a free, three-day football festival highlighted by interactive games, the Vince Lombardi Trophy, autograph sessions with NFL players and Legends, brand activations, giveaways and the NFL Shop presented by Visa. At the center of the action will be the NFL Draft Experience Stage, which will feature special performances by Las Vegas talent as well as interactive NFL-themed experiences.


The NFL Draft Experience will be free and open to fans at the following times:

  • Thursday, April 23: Noon – 9 PM PT or the end of round one
  • Friday, April 24: Noon – 9 PM PT or the end of round three
  • Saturday, April 25: 9 AM. – 6 PM PT or the end of round seven


“We are excited to partner with the NFL and the Raiders for our first major event together in Las Vegas,” said STEVE HILL, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND PRESIDENT, LAS VEGAS CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY. “Our destination prides itself on creating unforgettable and epic events and experiences and we believe the 2020 Draft will be among the most thrilling events Las Vegas has ever hosted. We look forward to welcoming hundreds of thousands of NFL fans to our world-class destination on April 23.”

CAESARS FORUM, the newest state-of-the-art conference center, located adjacent to the High Roller observation wheel on the Las Vegas Strip, will be host to Selection Square. This exclusive area will feature the team tables where representatives from each club will make their draft selections.


The 2020 NFL Draft will open on Thursday, April 23 with the official NFL Draft Red Carpet, which will be constructed on the famed Fountains of Bellagio. Starting at 2:30 PM PT, attending prospects will make their debut on the carpet. New this year, the red carpet will feature the Draft Red Carpet Stage, an exciting new addition to the opening event.


NFL Draft Main Stage, NFL Draft Experience Stage and Red Carpet Stage performers and schedules will be announced at a later date.


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NFL announces 99 college football players granted special eligibility for 2020 Draft

16 additional players who have graduated also eligible for selection

The National Football League announced today the names of 99 players who have been granted special eligibility for the 2020 NFL Draft and 16 players who have fulfilled their degree requirements with college football eligibility remaining and are also eligible for selection in the April 23-25 draft in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The following 16 players have in timely fashion under NFL rules officially notified the league office that they have fulfilled their degree requirements.  Consequently, they are eligible for selection:

  Name Pos College
1 Benjamin, Eno RB Arizona State
2 Betiku, Oluwole DE Illinois
3 Cushenberry, Lloyd C Louisiana State
4 Davis, Quartney WR Texas A&M
5 Gilman, Alohi DB Notre Dame
6 Hennessy, Matt C Temple
7 Holmes, Darnay DB UCLA
8 Ismael, Keith C San Diego State
9 Johnson, Jaylon DB Utah
10 Jones, Tony RB Notre Dame
11 Lewis, Terrell LB Alabama
12 Love, Jordan QB Utah State
13 Lumor, Elorm DE Rutgers
14 Miller, Houston DE Texas Tech
15 Murray, Kenneth LB Oklahoma
16 Simmons, Isaiah LB Clemson

Each of the 99 players listed below have met the league’s three-year eligibility rule and have renounced their college football eligibility by submitting written notification to the league office on or before the January 17 deadline.  Consequently, they are eligible for selection:

The players granted special eligibility for the 2020 NFL Draft:

  Name Pos College
1 Ahmed, Salvon RB Washington
2 Akers, Cam RB Florida State
3 Arnold, Grayland DB Baylor
4 Asiasi, Devin TE UCLA
5 Bandy, Trajan DB Miami (Fla.)
6 Becton, Mekhi T Louisville
7 Biadasz, Tyler C Wisconsin
8 Blacklock, Ross DT Texas Christian
9 Bowden, Lynn WR Kentucky
10 Brown, Marcus DE Missouri Western
11 Bryant, Hunter TE Washington
12 Cephus, Quintez WR Wisconsin
13 Chaisson, K’Lavon LB Louisiana State
14 Charles, Saahdiq T Louisiana State
15 Cleveland, Ezra T Boise State
16 Coe, Nick DE Auburn
17 Colon-Castillo, Trystan C Missouri
18 Coulter, Isaiah WR Rhode Island
19 Curl, Kamren DB Arkansas
20 Dallas, DeeJay RB Miami (Fla.)
21 Dantzler, Cameron DB Mississippi State
22 Davis, Gabriel WR Central Florida
23 Davis, Kyle WR Florida Atlantic
24 Delpit, Grant DB Louisiana State
25 Dillon, AJ RB Boston College
26 Dobbins, J.K. RB Ohio State
27 Eason, Jacob QB Washington
28 Edwards-Helaire, Clyde RB Louisiana State
29 Elliott, Jordan DT Missouri
30 Epenesa, A.J. DE Iowa
31 Evans, Darrynton RB Appalachian State
32 Fromm, Jake QB Georgia
33 Garvin, Jonathan DE Miami (Fla.)
34 Gay, Willie LB Mississippi State
35 Gross-Matos, Yetur DE Penn State
36 Guerriero, Pete RB Monmouth, N.J.
37 Guidry, Javelin DB Utah
38 Hamler, K.J. WR Penn State
39 Hand, Harrison DB Temple
40 Henderson, C.J. DB Florida
41 Higgins, Tee WR Clemson
42 Hodgins, Isaiah WR Oregon State
43 Igbinoghene, Noah DB Auburn
44 Jackson, Austin T Southern California
45 Jackson, Trishton WR Syracuse
46 Jefferson, Justin WR Louisiana State
47 Jeudy, Jerry WR Alabama
48 Keene, Dalton TE Virginia Tech
49 Kindley, Solomon G Georgia
50 Kmet, Cole TE Notre Dame
51 Lamb, CeeDee WR Oklahoma
52 Leake, Javon RB Maryland
53 Lynch, James DT Baylor
54 Madubuike, Justin DT Texas A&M
55 McDonald, Cole QB Hawaii
56 McFarland, Anthony RB Maryland
57 McKinney, Xavier DB Alabama
58 Moss, Thaddeus TE Louisiana State
59 Muti, Netane T Fresno State
60 Newman, Tomas DB Virginia-Lynchburg
61 Okudah, Jeff DB Ohio State
62 Okwuegbunam, Albert TE Missouri
63 Parkinson, Colby TE Stanford
64 Peoples-Jones, Donovan WR Michigan
65 Phillips, Jacob LB Louisiana State
66 Pierre, James DB Florida Atlantic
67 Queen, Patrick LB Louisiana State
68 Reagor, Jalen WR Texas Christian
69 Renfro, Debione DB Texas A&M
70 Robertson, Amik DB Louisiana Tech
71 Robinson, Kenny DB West Virginia
72 Rogers, Kendrick WR Texas A&M
73 Ruggs, Henry WR Alabama
74 Ruiz, Cesar C Michigan
75 Salomon, Darnell WR South Florida
76 Samuels, Stanford DB Florida State
77 Scott, Josiah DB Michigan State
78 Shenault, Laviska WR Colorado
79 Siposs, Arryn P Auburn
80 Stone, Geno DB Iowa
81 Swift, D’Andre RB Georgia
82 Tagovailoa, Tua QB Alabama
83 Taylor, Jonathan RB Wisconsin
84 Taylor, Tabyus RB Virginia Union
85 Terrell, A.J. DB Clemson
86 Thomas, Andrew T Georgia
87 Thomas, Jeff WR Miami (Fla.)
88 Turk, Michael P Arizona State
89 Warren, Michael RB Cincinnati
90 Watkins, Quez WR Southern Mississippi
91 Weaver, Curtis DE Boise State
92 White, Cody WR Michigan State
93 Wills, Jedrick T Alabama
94 Wilson, Isaiah T Georgia
95 Winfield, Antoine DB Minnesota
96 Wirfs, Tristan T Iowa
97 Woodward, David LB Utah State
98 Young, Chase DE Ohio State
99 Young, Toren RB Iowa

The following players inquired about their draft status and are eligible for selection without the need for special eligibility:

  Name Pos School
1 McClease, Deshawn RB Virginia Tech
2 Strickland, Carlos WR Texas-San Antonio
3 Taylor, J.J. RB Arizona
4 Williams, Ty’Son RB Brigham Young
5 Uche, Josh LB Michigan


The number of players granted special eligibility for the NFL Draft the past 10 years:

Year Players Granted Special Eligibility Year Players Granted Special Eligibility
2020 99   2015 74
2019 103   2014 98
2018 106   2013 73
2017 95   2012 65
2016 96   2011 5​6



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