There were eighteen OLBs taken in the 2020 draft. There was a very even spread of selections round by round throughout the draft. As of right now, it appears that the 2020 class will end up being more balanced with more depth.
1) Micah Parsons | 6'3 | 245 | OLB | Penn State -
Parsons offers up excellent size and speed to match. Pound for pound, he's one of the best athletes in the country. He plays with outstanding range, truly able to track the ball and make plays on it form sideline to sideline. He's a very gifted blitzer, does an excellent job of knifing through lanes to get into the backfield. Against the run, he reads keys, rarely takes false steps and wastes no time getting to the ball carrier.
2) Nick Bolton | 6'0 | 235 | OLB | Missouri -
2) Chazz Surratt | 6'2 | 230 | OLB | North Carolina
3) Shaka Toney | 6'2 | 243 | OLB | Penn State
4) Pete Werner | 6'2 | 240 | OLB | Ohio State
5) Jabril Cox | 6'2 | 231 | OLB | LSU
6) Charles Snowden | 6'6 | 225 | OLB/EDGE | Virginia
7) Garret Wallow | 6'1 | 225 | OLB | TCU
8) Jamar Watson | 6'2 | 242 | OLB | Kentucky