Every year rookies in the NFL get to accomplish a dream they have all had since they were old enough to play video games - the chance to play as themselves on Madden. On Monday, EA Sports released the official rankings for the rookies that were selected in the 2019 NFL Draft. Gardner Minshew and Andre Dillard are currently the only two Cougars who will be new on the game.
Come August 2nd you too will get the chance to play with your favorite Cougars in Madden 20. Before you jump on into the game, you should know what rankings those over at EA gave them.
Andre Dillard, the second offensive tackle taken in the draft at 22nd overall to the Philadelphia Eagles comes in with a 70 overall ranking and is the second highest ranked left tackle behind Jonah Williams (72) who was taken 11th overall. Out of both the right and the left tackles, he finds himself one spot lower behind Jawaan Taylor (71) who was taken with the third pick in the second round.
When it comes to his attributes, they clearly paid attention to his time in Pullman as they gave him the highest rank for pass blocking among all rookies with a 76. He also gets a 67 run block which puts him at 24th among all rookies and 11th out of all tackles.
As for Gardner Minshew, the 10th quarterback taken in the draft and the 5th pick in the 6th round to the Jacksonville Jaguars he finds himself as the 8th ranked quarterback with a 59 overall. As for his attributes, he gets an 83 throw power, 78 short accuracy, 73 middle accuracy, 71 deep accuracy, 76 throw under pressure, and a 69 break sack ranking.
The rest of the Cougars that have been in the league previously and the rest of the NFL will have their updated rankings revealed on July 15th. To see the detailed rankings of every rookie, click here.
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