Kiper & McShay pick the 2020 NFL draft's best edge rushers: Can anyone challenge Chase Young?

Chase Young's technique has made him a one-man wrecking crew (2:23)

Ohio State DL Chase Young and associate head coach Larry Johnson break down film and explain to Kirk Herbstreit what makes Young so dominant. (2:23)

Ohio State blew out another team on Saturday, and the biggest story of the game was pass-rusher Chase Young, who dominated the Wisconsin offensive line. Young is ranked No. 2 overall for the 2020 NFL draft by our experts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay, and he could challenge to be the first pick in April.

We asked Kiper and McShay to react to Young's big day, tell us what makes him special, and tell us about the other edge rushers for the 2020 class who could go in Round 1.

Jump below for their picks for biggest risers and under-the-radar prospects to watch.

Chase Young, and the best edge rushers in the 2020 class

Kiper: Four sacks, two forced fumbles, another tackle for loss -- Young was unbelievable on Saturday. He even amazed his teammates and coaches. The thing is, though ... Young has been on another level all season. Is he still No. 2 in your overall rankings, Todd?