Fantasy Football Podcast: Rookie Snapshot – The quarterbacks you need to know in the 2020 NFL Draft

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Hello everyone and welcome to the final edition of Rookie Snapshot, our new miniseries where Liz Loza is joined by Yahoo Sports NFL Draft analyst Eric Edholm to take a deep dive into top prospects (and future fantasy stars?) set to join the league.

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To close the series out, our experts look at the top quarterbacks in the 2020 rookie class. This episode includes:

Joe Burrow, LSU Tigers (01:37)

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama Crimson Tide (16:03)

Justin Herbert, Oregon Ducks (31:00)

Jordan Love, Utah State Aggies (42:38)

Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma Sooners (51:55)

You’ll learn the one word you can use to describe each prospect, a key stat from their college days, which NFL player they compare to best and finally, Liz & Eric play GM matchmaker and pick the NFL team that fits with their skillset the best.

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Justin Herbert (Oregon), Jordan Love (Utah) and Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama) are three rookies with round one pedigrees that fantasy owners may, or may not want to take a gamble on in 2020. (Getty Images/Yahoo Sports)
Justin Herbert (Oregon), Jordan Love (Utah) and Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama) are three rookies with round one pedigrees that fantasy owners may, or may not want to take a gamble on in 2020. (Getty Images/Yahoo Sports)
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