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Bryan Edwards is one of the more divisive prospects in the 2020 wide receiver draft class. Some believe his skill set will demand the NFL draft capital to land him near the back end of the first round of dynasty rookie drafts while others believe that early capital will not come to fruition, and his value will fall to the third round of such drafts. I find myself somewhere in the middle, so let’s explore

What Should We Make of Bryan Edwards? A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Bryan Edwards is one of the more divisive prospects in the 2020 wide receiver draft class. Some believe his skill set will demand the NFL draft capital to land him near the back end of the first round of dynasty rookie drafts while others believe that early capital will not

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