There were six FCS football players taken in the 2020 NFL draft. Here is what you need to know about them:

Jeremy Chinn, Safety (Southern Illinois) — Round 2, No. 64 overall

Jeremy Chinn was the first FCS player off of the board when the Carolina Panthers selected the Southern Illinois safety in the second round with the 64th overall pick. 

The 6-foot-3 defensive back was a consensus All-American and finished his career with Southern Illinois with 243 tackles, 13 interceptions, 31 passes deflected and six forced fumbles.

Adam Trautman, Tight End (Dayton) — Round 3, No. 105 overall

Adam Trautman’s career at Dayton earned him a date with Bourbon Street as the New Orleans Saints nabbed the FCS tight end in the third round with the 105th overall pick. 

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During his senior season, the 6-6 tight end broke the all-time Dayton receptions record with 70 catches and recorded 916 yards. His 14 receiving touchdowns led the Flyers, with a school-record four coming against Jacksonville. Trautman finished his Dayton career as the program’s career leader in receptions (178) and receiving yards (2,295).

Isaiah Coulter, Wide Receiver (Rhode Island) — Round 5, No. 171 overall