2020 NFL Draft Stock Watch: A.J. Epenesa puts total range of abilities in plain view
This week’s 2020 NFL Draft spotlight highlights Iowa edge protector A.J. Epensesa and Notre Dame collector Chase Claypool having their most impressive performance of the year.It was another generally excellent seven day stretch of school football, loaded up with certain miracles and some great rebounds. There were a great deal of good exhibitions from the top 2020 NFL Draft possibilities, particularly from the top-tier.However, the school football and NFL Draft people group have seen their passionate stock go down, as Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa endured significant hip damage late in the main half when Alabama was up 35- 7. It’s presumable he will enter the NFL Draft after this, yet we may not see him on the field for quite a while. Ideally, he completely recuperates and returns even stronger.As far as the stock watch goes this week, we referenced top possibilities having defining moments this week, and one of them at long last got through in a major path on Saturday. He drives the way this week, and others owned a few expressions as well. We should get into it.Stock Up: A.J. Epenesa, Edge safeguard, IowaWhat an ideal time for A.J. Epenesa to have a champion execution. The undefeated Minnesota Golden Gophers came to Iowa hoping to proceed with their triumphant ways, and they endured a devastating misfortune that many positioned groups do when they go to Iowa in November. A large portion of that success goes to the Hawkeyes safeguard, who held Minnesota to simply 19 focuses. Epenesa was the distinction creator on that defense.He had 2.5 sacks on the evening, including a constrained mishandle. Epenesa made weight throughout the day for the Hawkeyes, making Minnesota quarterback Tanner Morgan awkward throughout the evening. His hand use is so great and it was in plain view, demonstrating he has various approaches to get to the quarterback. Epenesa likewise moved around the line a great deal, demonstrating his flexibility and capacity to make pressure from the interior.Stock Up: Shaun Wade, cornerback, Ohio StateBall abilities are constantly significant with regards to cornerback play at the following level, and Shaun Wade shows it consistently for the Buckeyes. He’s been eclipsed a ton by Jeffrey Okudah, yet Wade has had an extraordinary season in his very own right.It hasn’t appeared much on the detail sheet (six passes defensed, one capture), however he’s an incredible opening corner and could undoubtedly cut out that job at the following level. Swim has been gradually ascending sheets as the season goes on, and he should be a commonly recognized name going forward.Stock Down: Brian Lewerke, quarterback, Michigan StateThe most recent two years simply haven’t been useful for Michigan State quarterback Brian Lewerke. He flashed a huge amount of potential in his sophomore season, particularly in the bowl game against Washington State. It simply hasn’t been the equivalent since.Last season, Lewerke tossed for only eight touchdowns and 11 captures while finishing 54 percent of his passes. Looking past the detail sheet, he didn’t look as agreeable in the pocket and settled on some terrible choices coming about in turnovers.He entered his senior season expecting a turnaround after it was uncovered he had a shoulder damage the vast majority of 2018. It hasn’t shown signs of improvement for Lewerke. He has nine captures so far this season, and his precision down the field simply hasn’t improved. It’s difficult to see him getting drafted until day three.Stock Up: Chase Claypool, wide collector, Notre DameWhat a game for Chase Claypool! The Notre Dame wideout was predominant in their success over Navy on Saturday. He got only seven passes, yet he took advantage of them, scoring four(!!) touchdowns and piling on 117 yards receiving.Clay pool has had his best season for the Irish in 2019, and with a couple all the more great games, he could pass the 1,000- yard mark. He has nine touchdowns on the season and is demonstrating to be a risk in the red zone and from the opening. He will be amusing to watch in Mobile in January.Stock Up: Jonathan Greenard, Edge protector, FloridaJonathan Greenard keeps on making plays for the Florida resistance in 2019. He had a champion game in their opener against Miami, and the Louisville move keeps on looking great here in November. Against Missouri, he completed with two sacks and five handles for misfortune. Greenard has improved a great deal as an edge protector, demonstrating more squeeze out of his position this season and considerably more power. Groups will get the chance to see him in Mobile and they will leave away intrigued. Greenard could work his path immovably into cycle two talk in the event that he plays like this the remainder of the way. Next: CFB150: 150 most notorious snapshots ever For more NCAA football news, investigation, assessment and special inclusion by FanSided, including Heisman Trophy and College Football Playoff rankings, make certain to bookmark these pages.