Updated: Rankings for Arkansas' 2020 NFL Draft prospects
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Updated: Rankings for Arkansas' 2020 NFL Draft prospects

Cheyenne O'Grady is one of a few Arkansas players who could hear their name called in April.
Cheyenne O'Grady is one of a few Arkansas players who could hear their name called in April. (Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports)

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Despite all the craziness going on in the world, the 2020 NFL Draft will proceed as scheduled–virtually though, of course.

A handful of former Razorbacks hope to hear their names called during the seven rounds, which will be held April 23-25, but it won’t be a public event as originally scheduled in Las Vegas.

Arkansas had four players invited to the NFL Scouting Combine and they appear to be the most likely to be drafted. Here is how various outlets have them ranked among all prospects…

Cheyenne O’Grady

CBS: No. 166 overall (down from No. 152), No. 10 tight end (down from No.7)

The Draft Network: No. 151 overall (up from No.154), No. 10 tight end (down from No.9

DraftTek: No. 174 overall (up from No.178), No. 9 tight end (no movement)

All three projections have O’Grady between 152-174 overall, which would slot him in the fifth round. It’s also worth noting that the ninth tight end picked went in the fourth round each of the last two years.

McTelvin Agim

CBS: No. 143 overall (up from No. 212, No. 10 non-EDGE defensive lineman (up from No.20)

The Draft Network: No. 155 overall (up from No.169), No. 13 interior defensive lineman (up from No.14)

DraftTek: No. 78 overall (down 3), No. 8 defensive lineman/3 technique (down from No.5)

Going 78th overall - where he’s rated by DraftTek - would mean Agim is picked in the top half of the third round. The other two projections would have him picked in the fifth or sixth round.

De’Jon Harris

CBS: No. 350 overall (down from No.309, No. 35 linebacker (down from No.30)

DraftTek: No. 195 overall (down from No.186), No. 14 inside linebacker (down from No.12)

There are only 255 selections in the 2020 NFL Draft, so CBS’s projections would have Harris as an undrafted free agent. DraftTek, however, would have him going in the sixth round.

Kamren Curl

CBS: No. 254 overall (up from No. 319), No. 23 safety (up from No.26)

The Draft Network: No. 234 overall (down from No.194), No. 31 cornerback (down from No.26)

DraftTek: No. 218 overall (no movement), No. 16 safety (no movement)

CBS has recently updated their draft rankings and they now have Kam Curl going at No.254, the second to last pick in the 2020 NFL draft. The Draft Network and DraftTek have him higher, going in the sixth round or early seventh.