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NFL Draft

2020 Rookie Breakout Bracket: Final 4

  • The Draft Network
  • September 5, 2020
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The 2020 NFL Draft class will soon take the field for their new teams for the very first time. But, as we continue to forge toward the kickoff of the 2020 NFL season, which rookies are best aligned to make a big impact this season? TDN's scouting staff overviewed each of the best positioned rookies on each NFL roster and pulled together our top-32 rookies for the upcoming season and placed them into a bracket.

Who will be the cream of the crop? You have a say! We're hosting a tournament powered by Panini where you, the fans, get to vote on who the favorite is to be the biggest breakout rookie of the 2020 season.

You can check out our 64-rookie watchlist here, but see who made the cut through the first few rounds of the bracket below. The Final 4 is here and now the results will be in your hands. Vote below and check back later this week to see who advances to the championship matchup!

OFFENSIVE BACKFIELD REGION VERSUS TRENCHES REGION

1. Joe Burrow, QB, Cincinnati Bengals (Draft Report)

1. Chase Young, DE, Washington Football Team (Draft Report)

The top two picks in the 2020 NFL Draft square off on this side of the bracket in what is sure to be an entertaining showdown. Burrow was widely considered the best offensive prospect in this year's draft, while Young was comfortably the best defensive prospect. Both will be immediate starters and both are expected to provide positive contributions immediately on the gridiron. Which one will advance to the finals? You'll have 24 hours to decide.

WIDE RECEIVERS REGION VERSUS BACK SEVEN REGION

1. Jerry Jeudy, WR, Denver Broncos (Draft Report)

3. Patrick Queen, LB, Baltimore Ravens (Draft Report)

Patrick Queen is the only non-1-seed to advance to the Final 4, a credit to his competitiveness on social media to ensure he's well represented in the polls. He'll draw his toughest matchup yet in Jerry Jeudy after sneaking out two closely contested wins in the Sweet 16 and the Elite 8. Jeudy is well positioned to thrive in Denver thanks to his route-running ability and the presence of another stud receiver in Courtland Sutton in the mix. But will that be enough to push past Queen, who will have the benefit of an excellent defensive infrastructure around him in Baltimore? That's up to you to decide.

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