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    2018 NFL Draft preview: Ranking the top five players at each position
    Get ready to start hearing a lot about Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen
    by Dane Brugler 2h ago 3 min read

    There are still 360+ days until the 2018 NFL Draft, but with the 2017 NFL Draft complete, scouting services and NFL front offices will start to look toward next year's college prospects. Below is an early position-by-position preview of the players who have attracted NFL interest.

    *indicates draft-eligible underclassman

    1. Sam Darnold, USC* (6-3, 225, 4.74)
    2. Josh Rosen, UCLA* (6-3, 210, 4.97)
    3. Lamar Jackson, Louisville* (6-2, 205, 4.47)
    4. Josh Allen, Wyoming* (6-5, 230, 4.74)
    5. Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State (6-4, 235, 4.77)
    Just missed: Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma), Luke Falk (Washington State), Max Browne (Pittsburgh), Matt Linehan (Idaho), Wilton Speight (Michigan), Jarrett Stidham (Auburn)

    Running Back
    1. Saquon Barkley, Penn State* (5-11, 223, 4.49)
    2. Derrius Guice, LSU* (5-11, 222, 4.53)
    3. Ronald Jones, USC* (6-0, 195, 4.49)
    4. Bo Scarbrough, Alabama (6-1, 228, 4.59)
    5. Nick Chubb, Georgia (5-10, 220, 4.54)
    Just missed: Myles Gaskin (Washington), Rawleigh Williams III (Arkansas), Royce Freeman (Oregon), Ralph Webb (Vanderbilt), Kalen Ballage (Arizona State), Justin Jackson (Northwestern)

    Wide Receiver
    1. Christian Kirk, Texas A&M* (5-11, 200, 4.39)
    2. Courtland Sutton, SMU* (6-3, 215, 4.52)
    3. Calvin Ridley, Alabama* (6-1, 188, 4.50)
    4. James Washington, Oklahoma State (6-0, 205, 4.49)
    5. Deon Cain, Clemson* (6-1, 210, 4.47)
    Just missed: Antonio Callaway (Florida), Dante Pettis (Washington), Simmie Cobbs (Indiana), Allen Lazard (Iowa State), Deebo Samuel (South Carolina), Deontay Burnett (USC), D.J. Clark (LSU)

    Tight End
    1. Mark Andrews, Oklahoma* (6-4, 250, 4.77)
    2. Mike Gisecki, Penn State (6-5, 252, 4.85)
    3. Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin (6-5, 248, 4.84)
    4. Tyrone Wheatley, Michigan* (6-5, 276, 4.89)
    5. Deandre Goolsby, Florida (6-4, 245, 4.76)
    Just missed: Dallas Goedert (South Dakota State), Durham Smythe (Notre Dame), Marcus Baugh (Ohio State), Dalton Schultz (Stanford), Ryan Izzo (Florida State), C.J. Conrad (Kentucky)

    Offensive Tackle
    1. Connor Williams, Texas* (6-5, 290, 5.06)
    2. Mitch Hyatt, Clemson* (6-5, 295, 5.05)
    3. Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame (6-7, 310, 5.22)
    4. Orlando Brown, Oklahoma* (6-7, 340, 5.44)
    5. Trey Adams, Washington* (6-7, 309, 5.28)
    Just missed: Toby Weathersby (LSU), Brock Ruble (Florida State), Martinas Rankin (Mississippi State), Jamarco Jones (Ohio State), Chukwuma Okorafor (Western Michigan), Zachary Crabtree (Oklahoma State)

    Offensive Guard/Center
    1. Billy Price, Ohio State (6-3, 315, 5.19)
    2. Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame* (6-5, 325, 5.23)
    3. Martez Ivey, Florida* (6-5, 305, 5.04)
    4. Mason Cole, Michigan (6-5, 305, 5.06)
    5. Braden Smith, Auburn (6-5, 300, 5.08)
    Just missed: Cody O'Connell (Washington State), Tyrone Crowder (Clemson), Hunter Bivin (Notre Dame), Beau Benzschawel (Wisconsin), William Clapp (LSU), Maea Teuhema (LSU), Ross Pierschbacher (Alabama), Frank Ragnow (Arkansas), Michael Deiter (Wisconsin), Alec Eberle (Florida State), Scott Quessenberry, UCLA

    Edge Rusher
    1. Arden Key, LSU* (6-5, 232, 4.74)
    2. Sam Hubbard, Ohio State* (6-4, 265, 4.76)
    3. Clelin Ferrell, Clemson* (6-5, 255, 4.78)
    4. Bradley Chubb, NC State (6-3, 273, 4.86)
    5. Harold Landry, Boston College (6-2, 250, 4.72)
    Just missed: Duke Ejiofor (Wake Forest), Josh Sweat (Florida State), Marquis Haynes (Ole Miss), Porter Gustin (USC), Dorance Armstrong (Kansas), Tyquan Lewis (Ohio State), Da'Shawn Hand (Alabama), Dante Booker (Ohio State), Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (Oklahoma)

    Defensive Tackle
    1. Christian Wilkins, Clemson* (6-3, 310, 5.04)
    2. Vita Vea, Washington* (6-4, 332, 5.19)
    3. Da'Rony Payne, Alabama (6-2, 319, 5.38)
    4. Lowell Lotlulelei, Utah (6-2, 310, 5.08)
    5. Maurice Hurst, Michigan (6-2, 282, 4.93)
    Just missed: Michael Hill (Ohio State), Christian LaCouture (LSU), Derrick Nnadi (Florida State), Kahlil McKenzie (Tennessee), Folorunso Fatukasi (Connecticut), Greg Gaines (Washington), David Moa (Boise State)

    1. Malik Jefferson, Texas* (6-2, 238, 4.57)
    2. Cameron Smith, USC* (6-1, 245, 4.74)
    3. Micah Kiser, Virginia (6-1, 240, 4.76)
    4. Jerome Baker, Ohio State* (6-1, 215, 4.59)
    5. Tremaine Edmunds, Virginia Tech* (6-4, 236, 4.82)
    Just missed: Christian Miller (Alabama), Shaun Dion Hamilton (Alabama), Azeem Victor (Washington), Jack Cichy (Wisconsin), Josey Jewell (Iowa), Skai Moore (South Carolina), Matthew Thomas (Florida State)

    1. Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama* (6-0, 203, 4.52)
    2. Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State* (6-1, 201, 4.49)
    3. Jaire Alexander, Louisville* (5-11, 188, 4.43)
    4. Anthony Averett, Alabama (6-0, 183, 4.49)
    5. Denzel Ward, Ohio State* (5-11, 184, 4.50)
    Just missed: Iman Marshall (USC), Quenton Meeks (Stanford), Kevin Toliver (LSU), Tony Brown (Alabama), Brandon Facyson (Virginia Tech), Duke Dawson (Florida), Juan Thornhill (Virginia), Jordan Thomas (Oklahoma), Ed Paris (LSU)

    1. Derwin James, Florida State* (6-2, 213, 4.52)
    2. Ronnie Harrison, Alabama* (6-2, 216, 4.57)
    3. Quin Blanding, Virginia (6-1, 205, 4.58)
    4. Armani Watts, Texas A&M (5-11, 200, 4.49)
    5. Chase Hansen, Utah* (6-2, 212, 4.67)
    Just missed: Jordan Whitehead (Pittsburgh), Godwin Igwebuike (Northwestern), Marcus Allen (Penn State), Chris Hawkins (USC), Damon Webb (Ohio State), Nick Washington (Florida), Drue Tranquill (Notre Dame), Terrell Edmunds (Virginia Tech), Andrew Wingard (Wyoming)

  • #2
    Nick thanks for the preview list I recognize a few names in there... It was cool to see who the next draft will be priming for! Your work always appreciated.


    • #3
      Few very preliminary thoughts from me:

      1. It'll be extremely interesting to watch Darnold vs. Rosen here this upcoming season. I am personally a little higher on Darnold than Rosen.

      2. I think Baker Mayfield is overrated.

      3. Saquon Barkley is an absolute monster.

      4. Seems like Alabama's running backs continue to get bigger and bigger. Bo Scarbrough is one scary RB. His future replacement, Najee Harris, comes in at 6'2, 230lbs and may be a better runner than a freshman. Bama's running back pipeline is absolutely insane.

      5. I am very high on Christian Kirk. He's a nice guy as well. He is definitely the most talented WR the Aggies have had in a long, long time and it's been fun to follow his career. I wish he had better QBs the past couple years.

      6. Courtland Sutton is going to be dominant this upcoming season.

      7. Notre Dame has been spitting out very quality linemen the past few years. Mike McGlinchey is going to be a solid NFL OT.

      8. I remember how highly touted Malik Jefferson was coming out of high school, since I follow Texas recruiting pretty closely. Unfortunately, although we were able to snag Daylon Mack, UT stole Jefferson away from us. This guy is the real deal and I would love to have him in our LB corps.


      • #4
        Next year's QB class has the potential to be really good and already looks miles better than this past one by comparison. Sam Darnold is going to have his throwing motion critiqued to death until then. It is definitely a bit unorthodox but I personally wouldn't try to mess with it. It'll be interesting to see who (if any) holds that against him.


        • #5
          You know you've been around a while when I see Tyrone Wheatley because I remember his dad on the Giants. At least he's going to his dad's alma mater. Speaking of sons and dads, looks like Scott Linehan's kid is coming out as a QB from Idaho. Dak Prescott could have a back-up.

          I'm keeping tabs on Mason Cole whom I though would be in this year's draft as a center. The OT spot should get plenty of attention from the Rams as Whitworth is a short-termer.

          Good list, Nick. Go Rams!


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            Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
            Mike Kafka, Northwestern
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            Thaddeus Lewis, Duke
            Colt McCoy, Texas
            Tony Pike, Cincinnati
            John Skelton, Fordham
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            Joique Bell, Wayne State
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            Appalachian State, Catawba, Central Missouri, Clark, Florida A&M, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Massachusetts, Penn State, UCLA (weightlifting), Western Kentucky
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