Round one of the 2020 NFL Draft has completed and teams have begun preparations for round two. Teams like the Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, and San Diego Chargers all grabbed their quarterbacks while there was a run on offensive tackles, wide receivers, and cornerbacks that we have never seen before all at once.

Athleticism still remains king in the NFL and not a single team took a player with a Relative Athletic Score below average with their first round pick. More than half of the picks rated in the elite range athletically (8.00 or higher for RAS), and the sheer volume of speed, explosiveness, and agility in the 2020 draft class so far is staggering.

Featured Articles Heading Into Rounds 2 and 3

Day 2 NFL Draft Live Blog
Rounds 2-3 Mock Draft
Tony Pauline’s Best Remaining Players
Brad Kelly’s Best Remaining Players
Round 1 Winners & Losers
Five teams with glaring weaknesses
Big year for the wide receiver class
Justin Jefferson slips

Relative Athletic Scores

Exclusive to Pro Football Network, we’re placing all of the round 1 RAS cards in one spot where you can check out just how athletic your team’s first round pick graded out. As Relative Athletic Scores are on a 0 to 10 scale, it’s pretty simple to understand just how talented these guys are, so check it out and be sure to follow along as we cover days two and three of what is shaping up to be a wild draft!

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