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Best Of Social Media: A Look Back At The New England Patriots 2020 Draft Week

Robert Alvarez
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April 26, 2020 at 5:09 pm ET

Best Of Social Media: A Look Back At The New England Patriots 2020 Draft Week(PHOTO: Jerry Lai - USA TODAY Sports)
Posted: Apr 26, 2020 05:09
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The New England Patriots 2020 draft wrapped up on Saturday with ten total collegiate players selected by the team over three days.

(Be sure to read Ian Logue’s and Steve Balestrieri’s draft breakdowns on the picks)

From scouting division-2 Lenoir-Rhyne to the University of Wyoming and beyond, head coach Bill Belichick and director of player personnel Nick Caserio along with others began the post-Brady era rebuild of the franchise into the future.

Before we take a look back at all the athlete sights and sounds from the seven rounds, check out Nike Belichick’s burst into stardom over social media.

Nike, the Belichick family dog, stole the draft spotlight throughout night one from the Belichick war room on Nantucket.

(You can checkout a backstory on Nike shared by Patriots.com’s Angelique Fiske)

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_Z-hIIgMRj/

Belichick was later asked a few questions about his dog, and he responded with some classic answers.

Moving forward into the draft selections, check out behind-the-scenes sights and sounds, game film, and all the live reaction over social media from the past three days.

Round 2 (37 overall) – Safety Kyle Dugger, Lenoir-Rhyne

https://twitter.com/BearsSports/status/1253839602802200580?s=20

https://twitter.com/BearsSports/status/1254207282587541512?s=20

 

Round 2 (60 overall) – Linebacker Josh Uche, Michigan

https://twitter.com/Patriots/status/1253867418285420544?s=20

https://twitter.com/UMichFootball/status/1253873563393802240?s=20

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Blessings..

A post shared by Josh Uche (@josh_uche) on

https://twitter.com/_NickJohn7/status/1254146609983688705?s=20

Round 3 (87 overall) – Linebacker Anfernee Jennings, Alabama

Round 3 (91 overall) – Tight End Devin Asiasi, UCLA

https://twitter.com/ASI2X/status/1253911736119291905?s=20

https://twitter.com/KalisiMusic/status/1253937554656645120?s=20

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_bmGGPjKZo/

Round 3 (101 overall) – Tight End Dalton Keene, Virginia Tech

Round 5 (159 overall) – Kicker Justin Rohrwasser, Marshall

Round 6 (182 overall) – Guard Michael Onwenu, Michigan

Round 6 (195 overall) – Tackle Justin Herron, Wake Forest

Round 6 (204 overall) – Linebacker Cassh Maluia, Wyoming

Round 7 (230 overall) – Center/Guard Dustin Woodard, Memphis

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Posted Under: 2020 Patriots Draft
Tags: Anfernee Jennings Cassh Maluia Chase Winovich Dalton Keene Damien Harris Devin Asiasi Dustin Woodward Ja'Whaun Bentley James White Josh Uche Justin Herron Justin Rohrwasser Kyle Dugger Michael Onwenu N'Keal Harry Nick Caserio Rob Gronkowski Tedy Bruschi

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