10 players Eagles should fear most joining NFC East in 2020 NFL Draft

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Alabama. Tua Tagovailoa. 4. player. 58. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Quarterback

Keeping the trend going with Alabama, it will be interesting to see where Tua Tagovailoa  ends up on Thursday since the Crimson Tide star seemed like a popular pick to end up with the Miami Dolphins at No. 5 to help fill their need at quarterback.

But unfortunately, injuries surrounding Tagovailoa have questioned whether the young quarterback will in fact go in the top five, or slip in the first round due to concerns.

With that being said, while the Dolphins are considered a popular potential landing spot for Tagovailoa most of the offseason, there has also been some speculation over the possibility of him possibly ending up with the Redskins.

As mentioned before, if Washington decides a certain quarterback from this year’s class could be a better option than Haskins, there is always the possibility of the Redskins going with someone at No. 2.

Injuries may prevent some team from considering Tagovailoa early on, but the 76 touchdown passes thrown in 26 games during his final two years at Alabama are difficult to ignore.

With his accuracy and impressive mechanics, Tagovailoa seems like he would be well worth the risk for the Redskins or any other team with questions at the quarterback position entering the draft.