2020 NFL Draft: National Championship prospect stock report

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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – JANUARY 13: Isaiah Simmons #11 of the Clemson Tigers celebrates a defensive stop against the LSU Tigers during the first quarter in the College Football Playoff National Championship game at Mercedes Benz Superdome on January 13, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. How did this game impact the 2020 NFL Draft? (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Last night we saw an exciting end to the college football season in the National Championship. How did your favorite 2020 NFL Draft prospect fare?

Last night’s National Championship game was exactly what we wanted from a game filled with talent. Unfortunately, that was the last college football game we will be watching for a while. College football has come to an end and a champion has been crowned after what seemed like a season that only lasted a couple weeks. The LSU Tigers are your 2020 national champions and rightfully so. What impact did this game have on the NFL Draft?

We couldn’t have asked for a more talented matchup as far as prospects go whether it be this year or the next year. There’s a reason both of these teams found themselves undefeated coming into the National Championship. Joe Burrow and the LSU Tigers looked like a team of destiny all season long and they fulfilled that destiny.

We saw an LSU Tigers team that looked out of sorts to begin the game because they weren’t used to being on the ropes. The heart and soul of this team all year long though has been quarterback Joe Burrow and his demeanor. The more Burrow settled in, the more the rest of the team began to calm down and let the game just come to them. That’s what a franchise quarterback is supposed to do for your team.

Burrow wasn’t the only prospect who showed up on Monday night though as we were treated to an amazing performance from 2021 wide receiver Jamar Chase. For right now though we have to keep our sights set on 2020 and there was more than enough talent on the field to go around.

LSU saw a breakout performance on the defensive side of the ball while Clemson had some of the usual suspects show up on both sides. This game also exposed a few struggles for a prospect or two. Here’s your stock report from Monday nights National Championship Game. Draft season is now officially on the clock!

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