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2020 NFL Draft

Full list of underclassmen entering 2016 NFL Draft

The number of underclassmen entering the NFL Draft continues to be large enough to be almost impossible to avoid for NFL franchises.

The Browns are no exception. Though they didn't select one of the 84 (10 of whom graduated) in last year's class with one of their first-round picks, the Browns plucked two in the third round (Duke Johnson and Xavier Cooper) and another in the sixth (Charles Gaines).

There will be even more underclassmen available in this year's draft. This year's list includes 96 underclassmen who were granted special eligibility and another 11 who graduated and left with at least a year of college eligibility remaining on the table.

Here's the full rundown of this year's group. We've broken them down by position and bolded the ones who are frequently projected to be first-round picks in early mock drafts.


Jared Goff, Cal

Christian Hackenberg, Penn State

Cardale Jones, Ohio State

Paxton Lynch, Memphis


Peyton Barber, Auburn

Alex Collins, Arkansas

Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State

Derrick Henry, Alabama

Jordan Howard, Indiana

Paul Perkins, UCLA

C.J. Prosise, Notre Dame

Wendell Smallwood, West Virginia

Kelvin Taylor, Florida

Dwayne Washington, Washington

Zac Brooks, Clemson

Keith Marshall, Georgia


Bralon Addison, Oregon

Demarcus Ayers, Houston

Tyler Boyd, Pittsburgh

Daniel Braverman, Western Michigan

Corey Coleman, Baylor

Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina

Thomas Duarte, UCLA

Will Fuller, Notre Dame

Rashard Higgins, Colorado State

Cayleb Jones, Arizona

Kenny Lawler, Cal

Roger Lewis, Bowling Green

Jalin Marshall, Ohio State

Marquez North, Tennessee

Demarcus Robinson, Florida

Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss

De'Runnya Wilson, Mississippi State

Michael Thomas, Ohio State


David Grinnage, North Carolina State

Hunter Henry, Arkansas

Austin Hooper, Stanford


Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M

Denver Kirkland, Arkansas

Tyrell Smith, Massachusetts

Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame

Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss


Caleb Benenoch, UCLA

Jack Conklin, Michigan State

Jerald Hawkins, LSU

Alex Redmond, UCLA

Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State

Avery Young, Auburn


Dariusz Bladek, Bethune-Cookman


Joey Bosa, Ohio State

Kevin Dodd, Clemson

Shaq Lawson, Clemson

Alex McCalister, Florida

Ron Thompson, Syracuse

Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky


Andrew Billings, Baylor

Kenny Clark, UCLA

Maliek Collins, Nebraska

Elijah Daniel, Murray State

Willie Henry, Michigan

Hassan Ridgeway, Texas

A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama

Austin Johnson, Penn State

Vincent Valentine, Nebraska


Kamalei Correa, Boise State

Chris Jones, Mississippi State

Darius Latham, Indiana

Yannick Ngakoue, Maryland

Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss

Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State


Dominique Alexander, Oklahoma

Beniquez Brown, Mississippi State

Su'a Cravens, USC

Terrell Davis, British Columbia

Leonard Floyd, Georgia

Myles Jack, UCLA

Darron Lee, Ohio State

Steve Longa, Rutgers

Brett McMakin, Northern Iowa

Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame

Nick Vigil, Utah State

Stephen Weatherly, Vanderbilt

Scooby Wright III, Arizona

Travis Blanks, Clemson


Mackensie Alexander, Clemson

Eli Apple, Ohio State

Artie Burns, Miami

Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech

Vernon Hargreaves, Florida

Xavien Howard, Baylor

Rashard Robinson, LSU

Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma

Cleveland Wallace III, San Jose State

Daryl Worley, West Virginia


Vonn Bell, Ohio State

Trenton Coles, Duquesne

Jayron Kearse, Clemson

Joe Powell, Globe

Jalen Ramsey, Florida State

Tyvis Powell, Ohio State

Corey Tindal, Marshall


T.J. Green, Clemson

Keanu Neal, Florida


Aldrick Rosas, Southern Oregon

Quinn van Gylswyk, British Columbia

Roberto Aguayo, Florida State


Eric Enderson, Delaware

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