2020 NFL Draft November Big Board: Jalen Hurts, K’Lavon Chaisson on the rise

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Risers show up every month to separate from the rest of the pack at their position. Did your favorite 2020 NFL Draft prospect separate themselves?

College football season is on its last leg as Rivalry Week is already upon us. Conference championships are almost set and bowl games will be upon us soon. The month of November saw some of the biggest games of the season be played. In these moments we saw some of the biggest prospects flop. Other prospects made a name for themselves and rose to the occasion when the lights were the brightest.

The draft community was introduced to some new faces throughout the month. Players we may have never heard of began to have their name circulate across websites and social media. We even saw prospects with a name finally show off their traits. Draft stocks during the month of November fluctuated more than the stock market.

Hopefully your draft sleeper woke everyone in the draft community up and made you have to get a new sleeper prospect. November is so exciting because the games that matter the most are in this one month. Packed with must-see games and must-see matchups, many set themselves a part as the unique guy at their position.

Those who separated themselves will find their draft stock sitting pretty at the right time as the season wraps up. November is a chance to stamp your stock before the draft process gets into its evaluating guys in shorts phase. The prospects on this list separated themselves as the biggest riser at their position for the month of November. Draft community give a warm welcome to your November risers.

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