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NFL Draft 2020: Each team's most underrated pick

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Who are the most underrated draft picks?
The 2020 NFL Draft came and went almost as fast as it arrived.

The draft was one of the most watched programs over the last several years and the NFL was able to raise millions for coronavirus relief in the process.

While most teams hope to hit big with their first-round draft choices, most of their team is going to be made up of players from the middle rounds. Those players are going be hits or misses while some teams will be lucky enough to find players to build around.

Here are some of the players who were among the most underrated selections and who have the opportunity to make a big impact on their teams.

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ARIZONA CARDINALS: JOSH JONES, OL

Cardinals selected offensive lineman Josh Jones with the No. 72 pick of the draft. The former Houston offensive tackle slid to the middle of the third round. He was considered to be a top lineman and it looks like Arizona may have gotten a steal deep into the draft.

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ATLANTA FALCONS: JAYLINN HAWKINS, S

The Falcons selected safety Jaylinn Hawkins with the No. 134 pick of the draft. Hawkins was one of several Cal defensive players to be drafted. Hawkins had 53 tackles and three interceptions in 2019.

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BALTIMORE RAVENS: DEVIN DUVERNAY, WR

The Ravens selected wide receiver Devin Duvernay with the No. 92 pick of the draft. Duvernay is a speedy weapon the Ravens can use to run deep for Lamar Jackson. He had 106 catches for 1,386 yards and nine touchdowns for Texas in his senior season.

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BUFFALO BILLS: A.J. EPENESA, DE

The Bills selected defensive end A.J. Epenesa with the No. 54 pick of the draft. Epenesa was expected to go in the first round of the draft but he slid toward the back of the second round. Epenesa will get to play on the same line as Ed Oliver. He had 49 tackles and 11 1/2 sacks in his junior year at Iowa.

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CAROLINA PANTHERS: KENNY ROBINSON, S

The Panthers selected safety Kenny Robinson with the No. 152 pick of the draft. Robinson was a…
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