Daniel’s Top Hundred (2016)

  1. Daniel’s Top Hundred
  1. Rashan Gary, DT (Paramus, NJ) Michigan**
  2. Greg Little, OT (Allen, TX) Ole Miss
  3. Shea Patterson, QB (Bradenton, FL) Ole Miss
  4. Dexter Lawrence, DT (Wake Forest, NC) Clemson
  5. Nick Bosa, DE (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Ohio State
  6. Jacob Eason, QB (Lake Stevens, WA) Georgia
  7. Levonta Taylor, CB (Virginia Beach, VA) Florida State
  8. Derrick Brown, DT (Sugar Hill, GA) Georgia**
  9. Ed Oliver, DT (Houston, TX) Houston
  10. Mique Juarez, LB (Torrance, CA) UCLA**
  11. Oluwole Betiku, DE (Gardena, CA) Southern Cal
  12. Isaac Nauta, TE (Bradenton, FL) Georgia
  13. Mack Wilson, LB (Montgomery, AL) Alabama**
  14. Ben Davis, LB (Gordon, AL) Alabama**
  15. Mecole Hardman, ATH (Elberton, GA) Alabama**
  16. Caleb Kelly, LB (Fresno, CA) Oklahoma**
  17. Demetris Robertson, ATH (Savannah, GA)Georgia**
  18. Rashard Lawrence, DT (Monroe, LAf) Louisiana State
  19. Brandon Jones, S (Nacogdoches, TX) Texas**
  20. Jonah Williams, OT (Folsom, CA) Alabama
  21. Saivion Smith, CB (Bradenton, FL) Louisiana State
  22. Edwin Alexander, DT (Hammond, LA) Louisiana State
  23. Tavien Feaster, RB (Spartanburg, SC) Clemson
  24. Kristian Fulton, CB (Metairie, LA) Louisiana State**
  25. Jack Jones, ATH (Long Beach, CA) Southern Cal**
  26. Marlon Davidson, DE (Greenville, AL) Auburn
  27. Kareem Walker, RB (Wayne, NJ) Michigan
  28. Kaden Smith, TE (Flower Mound, TX) Stanford
  29. Eric Monroe, S (Houston, TX) Louisiana State
  30. Jonathon Cooper, DE (Gahanna, OH) Ohio State
  31. Nate Craig-Myers, WR (Tampa, FL) Florida State**
  32. Patrick Hudson, OG (Silsbee, TX) Baylor
  33. McTelvin Agim, DE (Hope, AR) Arkansas
  34. Tyler Vaughns, WR (La Puente, CA) Southern Cal
  35. Trayvon Mullen, CB (Coconut Creek, FL) Louisiana State**
  36. Devin Duvernay, WR (Sachse, TX) Baylor
  37. Devin Asiasi, TE (Concord, CA) Southern Cal**
  38. K.J. Costello, QB (Coto de Caza, CA) Stanford
  39. Miles Sanders, RB (Pittsburgh, PA) Penn State
  40. Rahshaun Smith, LB (Bradenton, FL) Clemson
  41. Deontay Anderson, S (Manvel, TX) Ole Miss**
  42. Shavar Manuel, DT (Tampa, FL) Florida
  43. Shane Simmons, DE (Hyattsville, MD) Penn State
  44. N’Keal Henry, WR (Chandler, AZ) Arizona State
  45. Shyheim Carter, CB (Kentwood, LA) Alabama**
  46. Ben Bredeson, OT (Hartland, WI) Michigan
  47. Julian Rochester, DT (Powder Springs, GA) Georgia
  48. Michal Menet, OG (Reading, PA) Penn State
  49. Benito Jones, DT (Waynesboro, MS) Ole Miss
  50. Jeffery Simmons, DE (Macon, MS) Alabama**
  51. Feleipe’ Franks, QB (Crawfordville, FL) Florida
  52. Nigel Knott, CB (Madison, MS) Alabama**
  53. Baveon Johnson, C (Lakeland, FL) Florida State
  54. Antonneous Clayton, DE (Vienna, GA) Florida
  55. Malik Henry, QB (Long Beach, CA) Florida State
  56. Justin Madubuike, DE (McKinney, TX) Texas A&M
  57. DeMario McCall, RB (North Ridgeville, OH) Ohio State
  58. Terrance Davis, OG (Hyattsville, MD) Maryland
  59. Kyle Davis, WR (Lawrenceville, GA) Auburn
  60. Willie Allen, OT (New Orleans, LA) Louisiana State
  61. Janarius Robinson, DE (Panama City, FL) Florida State
  62. Brian Burns, DE (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Florida**
  63. Drake Davis, WR (Bradenton, FL) Louisiana State
  64. Chauncey Gardner, CB (Cocoa, FL) Florida
  65. Curtis Robinson, LB (Santa Ana, CA) Stanford
  66. Nigel Warrior, S (Suwanee, GA) Alabama**
  67. B.J. Emmons, RB (Morganton, NC) Alabama
  68. Erick Fowler, LB (Manor, TX) Louisiana State
  69. Landon Dickerson, OT (Hudson, NC) Florida State**
  70. Kendell Jones, DT (Killeen, TX) Alabama
  71. Michael Divinity, LB (Marrero, LA) Louisiana State
  72. Antwuan Jackson, DT (Ellenwood, GA) Auburn
  73. Tre Lamar, LB (Roswell, GA) Clemson
  74. E.J. Price, OT (Lawrenceville, GA) Georgia**
  75. Jarrett Guarantano, QB (Oradell, NJ) Tennessee
  76. Landon Young, OG (Lexington, KY) Kentucky
  77. Tren’Davian Dickson, WR (Navasota, TX) Baylor
  78. Daelin Hayes, LB (Ann Arbor, MI) Notre Dame
  79. A.J. Brown, WR (Starkville, MS) Mississippi State**
  80. Ben Cleveland, OG (Toccoa, GA) Georgia
  81. Stephen Sullivan, WR (Donaldsonville, LA) Louisiana State
  82. Tommy Kraemer, OT (Cincinnati, OH) Notre Dame
  83. John Raridon, OG (West Des Moines, IA) Nebraska
  84. Jeffrey McCulloch, LB (Houston, TX) Texas**
  85. Dwayne Haskins, QB (Potomac, MD) Ohio State
  86. Terrell Hall, DE (Washington, D.C.) Alabama**
  87. Byron Murphy, ATH (Scottsdale, AZ) Arizona State**
  88. Keandre Jones, LB (Olney, MD) Ohio State
  89. Michael Pittman, WR (Westlake, CA) Southern Cal
  90. Liam Eichenberg, OT (Cleveland, OH) Notre Dame
  91. Theo Howard, WR (Westlake, CA) UCLA
  92. Devin White, ATH (Springhill, LA) Louisiana State
  93. Sam Bruce, WR (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Miami (FL)
  94. David Long, CB (Los Angeles, CA) Michigan**
  95. Brandon Peters, QB (Avon, IN) Michigan
  96. Raekwon Davis, DT (Meridian, MS) Mississippi State
  97. Tyrie Cleveland, WR (Houston, TX) Houston
  98. Devwah Whaley, RB (Beaumont, TX) Arkansas
  99. Javon McKinley, WR (Corona, CA) Notre Dame
  100. Auston Robertson, DE (Fort Wayne, IN) Michigan State
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Top 84 Consensus HS Rankings

  1. Rashan Gary, DT (Paramus, NJ)
  2. Greg Little, OT (Allen, TX) OLE MISS
  3. Dexter Lawrence, DT (Wake Forest, NC) CLEMSON
  4. Nick Bosa, DE (Fort Lauderdale, FL) OHIO STATE
  5. Shea Patterson, QB (Bradenton, FL) OLE MISS
  6. Jacob Eason, QB (Lake Stevens, WA) GEORGIA
  7. Levonta Taylor, CB (Virginia Beach, VA) FLORIDA STATE
  8. Derrick Brown, DT (Sugar Hill, GA)
  9. Isaac Nauta, TE (Bradenton, FL)
  10. Ed Oliver, DT (Houston, TX) HOUSTON
  11. Mique Juarez, LB (Torrance, CA)
  12. Mecole Hardman, ATH (Elberton, GA)
  13. Oluwole Betiku, DE (Gardena, CA) SOUTHERN CAL
  14. Ben Davis, LB (Gordon, AL)
  15. Lyndell Wilson, LB (Montgomery, AL)
  16. Marlon Davidson, DE (Greenville, AL)
  17. Tavien Feaster, RB (Spartanburg, SC) CLEMSON
  18. Brandon Jones, S (Nacogdoches, TX)
  19. Nate Craig-Myers, WR (Tampa, FL)
  20. Saivion Smith, CB (Bradenton, FL) LOUISIANA STATE
  21. Caleb Kelly, LB (Fresno, CA)
  22. Jonah Williams, OT (Folsom, CA) ALABAMA
  23. Patrick Hudson, OG (Silsbee, TX) BAYLOR
  24. Demetris Robinson, ATH (Savannah, GA)
  25. Kareem Walker, RB (Wayne, NJ) MICHIGAN
  26. Rashard Lawrence, DT (Monroe, LA) LOUISIANA STATE
  27. Kaden Smith, TE (Flower Mound, TX) STANFORD
  28. Devin Duvernay, WR (Sachse, TX) BAYLOR
  29. Jonathon Cooper, DE (Gahanna, OH) OHIO STATE
  30. Trayvon Mullen, CB (Coconut Creek, FL)
  31. Eric Monroe, S (Houston, TX) LOUISIANA STATE
  32. Tyler Vaughns, WR (La Puente, CA) SOUTHERN CAL
  33. Edwin Alexander, DT (Hammond, LA) LOUISIANA STATE
  34. Kristian Fulton, CB (Metairie, LA)
  35. Ben Bredeson, OT (Hartland, WI) MICHIGAN
  36. Michal Menet, OG (Reading, PA) PENN STATE
  37. Deontay Anderson, S (Manvel, TX)
  38. Shavar Manuel, DT (Tampa, FL)
  39. Miles Sanders, RB (Pittsburgh, PA) PENN STATE
  40. Jack Jones, ATH (Long Beach, CA)
  41. Devin Asiasi, TE (Concord, CA)
  42. Feleipe’ Franks, QB (Crawfordville, FL) FLORIDA
  43. Baveon Johnson, C (Lakeland, FL) FLORIDA STATE
  44. Jeffrey Simmons, DE (Macon, MS)
  45. K.J. Costello, QB (Coto de Caza, CA) STANFORD
  46. Justin Madubuike, DE (McKinney, TX) TEXAS A&M
  47. Jarrett Guarantano, QB (Oradell, NJ) TENNESSEE
  48. McTelvin Agim, DE (Hope, AR) ARKANSAS
  49. Malik Henry, QB (Long Beach, CA) FLORIDA STATE
  50. DeMario McCall, LB (North Ridgeville, OH) OHIO STATE
  51. Kyle Davis, WR (Lawrenceville, GA) AUBURN
  52. Nigel Knott, CB (Madison, MS)
  53. Kendell Jones, DT (Killeen, TX) ALABAMA
  54. Tommy Kraemer, OT (Cincinnati, OH) NOTRE DAME
  55. Antwuan Jackson, DT (Ellenwood, GA) AUBURN
  56. Shyheim Carter, CB (Kentwood, LA)
  57. Landon Dickerson, OT (Hudson, NC)
  58. Shane Simmons, DE (Hyattsville, MD) PENN STATE
  59. Sam Bruce, WR (Fort Lauderdale, FL) MIAMI (FL)
  60. Julian Rochester, DT (Powder Springs, GA) GEORGIA
  61. B.J. Emmons, RB (Morganton, NC) ALABAMA
  62. John Raridon, OG (West Des Moines, IA) NEBRASKA
  63. Chauncey Gardner, S (Cocoa, FL) FLORIDA
  64. N’Keal Henry, WR (Chandler, AZ) ARIZONA STATE
  65. Drake Davis, WR (Bradenton, FL) LOUISIANA STATE
  66. Terrance Davis, OG (Hyattsville, MD) MARYLAND
  67. E.J. Price, OT (Lawrenceville, GA)
  68. Michael Divinity, LB (Marrero, LA) LOUISIANA STATE
  69. Nigel Warrior, S (Suwanee, GA)
  70. Benito Jones, DT (Waynesboro, MS) OLE MISS
  71. Rahshaun Smith, LB (Bradenton, FL) CLEMSON
  72. Dwayne Haskins, QB (Potomac, MD) MARYLAND
  73. DeKaylin Metcalf, WR (Oxford, MS) OLE MISS
  74. Curtis Robinson, LB (Santa Ana, CA) STANFORD
  75. Willie Allen, OT (New Orleans, LA) LOUISIANA STATE
  76. Tren’Davian Dickson, WR (Navasota, TX) BAYLOR
  77. Binjimen Victor, WR (Coconut Creek, FL)
  78. Terrell Hall, DE (Washington, D.C.)
  79. Keandre Jones, LB (Olney, MD) MARYLAND
  80. Michael Pittman, WR (Westlake, CA) SOUTHERN CAL
  81. Theo Howard, WR (Westlake, CA) UCLA
  82. Devwah Whaley, RB (Beaumont, TX) ARKANSAS
  83. Tre Lamar, LB (Roswell, GA) CLEMSON
  84. Jordan Elliott, DT (Houston, TX) MICHIGAN

** Top 50 on Rivals, ESPN, Scout, or 247 Sports

** Under 500 Consensus Rating

Top New York Giants Coaching Candidates

As you might know, I’m a huge New York Giants fan. It’s one of the few biases I don’t hide, and as a result I pay very close attention to the team. With Tom Coughlin likely to step down tomorrow, I’ve compiled a list of coaching candidates to replace him.

 

Don’t See Them as Candidates:

  • Bill Cowher (former Steelers Head Coach)– Nine years have passed since Cowher has coached in the NFL. Logic seems to indicate that Cowher stepped down from his last coaching job because of his wife’s health, making it entirely possible that he’s waiting for the right gig to re-enter the league. However due to the long time that has passed since he’s coached, I think its likely that he’s satisfied with his role as an analyst at CBS sports. Even if he were interested in returning to coaching, the time lapse that has passed since his last job is long and would turn off many employers because the league has drastically changed since 2006. Sorry Giants fans, don’t see this one happening.
  • Nick Saban (Alabama Head Coach)– It seems rather unlikely that Saban will leave Alabama for the pros in general. He recently said in an interview that he loves Tuscaloosa and he believes Alabama will be the last stop in his storied coaching career. Plus, his entire family lives in the area, so it would be tough leaving them on a personal basis. If he were to leave, I’d think he’d choose the Indianapolis Colts’ job first because he’d get to work with Andrew Luck. Thus, I don’t see him as a candidate for this job.
  • Urban Meyer (Ohio State Head Coach)– Meyer recently told the press that a team approached him for the head coaching job, and he turned down their request (likely the Browns). Although the Giants is a prestige coaching job, Urban Meyer seems to be one of those folks who is perfectly content having great success at the collegiate level and never seeing how they could do in the pros. And honestly, could anyone blame him?
  • Chuck Pagano (soon-to-be former Colts Head Coach)– Pagano is about to be fired because he doesn’t mesh well with Jim Irsay, who many say is very difficult to deal with. Despite having some success in his head coaching career, Pagano won’t be worth the hire in the long run. He runs schemes that are very different than what the Giants are used to, and he has no ties to the organization. I don’t see him having interest in this job, and I don’t see the Maras’ being interested in him for the job as well.
  • Jim Harbaugh (Michigan Head Coach)– Harbaugh has been the head coach at Michigan for one year now, and has completely changed the culture at his alma mater. This would be too soon for him to return to the pros, and his abrasive personality would certainly be unappealing to the Giants’ upper management. This isn’t happening.

 

Top Consolation Candidates (#11-15)

11. Matt Rhule (Temple Head Coach)– I haven’t heard one person in the mainstream media mention his name in association with this opening, which I find quite surprising because he is part of Coughlin’s coaching tree. He has done an incredible job with Temple, completely reviving a program left lifeless when Addazio left for Boston College. He was well-received during his short tenure with the Giants, and fits the personality mold that Coughlin held as head coach. I don’t see this happening, but he’s certainly worth discussing at bare minimum.

12. Chip Kelly (former Eagles Head Coach)– Kelly is a better-respected coach than the media is making him out to be at the moment, but that doesn’t mean he’s worth being seriously considered for the Giants job. He helped deplete the Eagles organization over three years (a plus for the Giants), and runs a system better-suited for the college level. But, he’s a darn good coach who has at times produced above-average if not great results everywhere he’s gone. He’s worth discussing to see if he could be a fit for the Giants, but I don’t see him reciprocating the interest because he’s a small-town guy.

13. Rob Chudzinski (Colts Offensive Coordinator)– Chud was my favorite candidate to replace Kevin Gilbride when he stepped down two season ago. He’s a likable guy who was run out of an inept Browns organization way too early. However, he’s done a poor job in his role with the Colts over the past two seasons and needs a change of scenery (plus a few more years) before being a serious head coaching candidate.

14. Pep Hamilton (former Colts Offensive Coordinator)– If Coughlin stepped down after last season, then Pep Hamilton would be much higher on this list. Despite being a bright offensive mind, he did very poorly this season under stressful circumstances and was let go mid-year. Thus, his head coaching aspirations are put on hold for the time being, and is at least two years away from being a head coach in the NFL. He might be discussed internally by the Giants, but I don’t see him getting an interview.

T-15. Teryl Austin (Lions Defensive Coordinator)– Similarly to Hamilton, he would’ve been much higher on this list if Coughlin stepped down after last season. The Lions struggled for most of the year, dimming Austin’s prospects of becoming a head coach next season. His defense has at times looked awful (against GB in particular), so I think he’ll need a few years to refine his schemes. However, he’ll probably be discussed internally by the front office due to name recognition.

T-15. Rich Bisaccia (Cowboys Special Teams Coordinator)– Bisaccia is one of those guys who I think is one or two interviews away from becoming a head coach. He’s very familiar with the conference and has coached under several greats during his coaching tenure. The success that John Harbaugh has had with the Ravens only helps his candidacy. However, his lack of Name ID makes him an extreme longshot to get the job.

 

Top Candidates (#10-1)

10. Ben McAdoo (Offensive Coordinator)– McAdoo has done wonders with the Giants offense since he’s been with the team. However, he has no head coaching experience and his midwestern personality might not bode well with the aggressive New York media. With that said, I’d expect him to be a serious candidate and get at least one interview with the team’s upper management.

9. Brian Kelly (Notre Dame Head Coach)– This name has been tossed around a lot with the Giants opening, however I don’t think he’d be the best candidate for the job. He has no experience coaching in the pros, and would have some trouble putting together a strong coaching staff. Reports have come out that he also wants of control of personnel, which makes for a bad recipe given Chip Kelly’s tenure in Philadelphia. He is likely to be considered among the Giants brass, and could very possibly get an interview with the team.

8. Adam Gase (Bears Offensive Coordinator)– Gase is one of the league’s hottest coaching candidates at the moment, making him a near-certainty to be considered by the Giants. He did very well coaching Eli’s brother in Denver, and did a respected job coaching Jay Cutler in Chicago this past season. However, he lacks any ties to the Giants organization and doesn’t have any head coaching experience. It’s very possible he’ll get an interview for the job, but he’ll likely be shadowed by bigger candidates.

7. Steve Spagnuolo (Defensive Coordinator)– Spagnuolo is very well-known within Giants circles from his two stints as defensive coordinator, and has head coaching experience with the Rams. He has disappointed during his most recent stops with the Saints and Giants, but is still widely respected by the Giants brass. For the longest time he was considered to be Coughlin’s eventual successor, so I’d expect him to be interviewed by upper management for the head job.

6. Sean McDermott (Panthers Defensive Coordinator)– McDermott is another one of the league’s hottest coaching candidates, and I expect him to be targeted by many teams throughout the league. He runs an aggressive 4-3 defense that would be tailor-suited for the Giants. Despite lacking ties to the team, I’d expect him to be considered by upper management for the head coaching gig based on the results he’s produced in Carolina.

5. Hue Jackson (Bengals Offensive Coordinator)– Jackson is another one of those hot coaching candidates based on what he’s done with Cincinnati this year, and will certainly be considered by the Giants organization. His stop as head coach in Oakland helps his resume, and interviewing him will satisfy the league’s “Rooney Rule” policy. He’s certainly deserving of an interview and serious consideration for the top post.

4. David Shaw (Stanford Head Coach)– Shaw has been very well-received for his performance as head coach at Stanford. He seems to be very content with where he is, but the Giants is truly one of those top-tier jobs in the NFL. If he’s interested, he’ll definitely get strong consideration from the team’s upper management. He’d also satisfy the league’s “Rooney Rule” policy for interviewing candidates.

3. Josh McDaniels (Patriots Offensive Coordinator)– McDaniels has directed the Patriots’ offense through many of the glory years during Belichick’s reign as the team’s head coach. McDaniels didn’t impress during his tenure with Denver; however the fact he’s failed before isn’t necessarily a huge con to his resume. He’ll likely be the odds-on favorite to get the job, and will almost certainly be granted an interview.

2. Sean Payton (Saints Head Coach)– Payton is a Super Bowl-winning coach who might be run out of the Saints’ organization due to disfunction stemming all the way to the owner. Payton has experience with the Giants from his time as offensive coordinator under Jim Fassel, thus he would almost certainly be interested in the job if he’s fired next week. His track record is top-notch, his great coaching tenure with the Saints makes him the second-best available candidate on this list.

1. Jon Gruden (former Buccaneers Head Coach)– Gruden has not coached in the pros for several years now. He’s paid very well by his bosses at ESPN, so there’s a chance he might not be interested in the Giants opening. But if he is, he’s arguably the best candidate the Giants could get. He’s a Super Bowl winner who is widely respected across the league. Mara would be smart to aggressively pursue him for the opening.

 

2016 NFL Draft Prospects Update #2

Quarterbacks:

  1. Paxton Lynch, Memphis
  2. Jared Goff, California
  3. Carson Wentz, North Dakota State
  4. Connor Cook, Michigan State
  5. Christian Hackenberg, Penn State
  6. Dak Prescott, Mississippi State
  7. Cardale Jones, Ohio State
  8. Kevin Hogan, Stanford
  9. Nate Sudfeld, Indiana
  10. Brandon Doughty, Western Kentucky
  11. Brandon Allen, Arkansas
  12. Cody Kessler, Southern Cal
  13. Trevone Boykin, Texas Christian
  14. Jeff Driskel, Louisiana Tech
  15. Jacoby Brissett, N.C. State

Running Backs:

  1. Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State
  2. Derrick Henry, Alabama
  3. Devontae Booker, Utah
  4. Paul Perkins, UCLA
  5. C.J. Prosise, Notre Dame
  6. Alex Collins, Arkansas
  7. Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech
  8. Jordan Howard, Indiana
  9. Kenyan Drake, Alabama
  10. Jonathan Williams, Arkansas
  11. Kareem Hunt, Toledo
  12. Aaron Green, Texas Christian
  13. Josh Ferguson, Illinois
  14. D.J. Foster, Arizona State
  15. Kelvin Taylor, Florida
  16. Corey Clement, Wisconsin
  17. Tre Madden, Southern Cal
  18. Tyler Ervin, San Jose State
  19. Donnel Pumphrey, San Diego State
  20. Leon Allen, Western Kentucky
  21. Daniel Lasco, California
  22. Keith Marshall, Georgia
  23. Rushel Shell, West Virginia
  24. Storm Woods, Oregon State
  25. Keenan Reynolds, Navy

Fullbacks:

  1. Glenn Gronkowski, Kansas State
  2. Derek Watt, Wisconsin
  3. Dan Vitale, Northwestern
  4. Chris Swain, Navy
  5. Quayvon Hicks, Georgia
  6. Jahleel Pinner, Southern Cal
  7. Patrick Skov, Georgia Tech

Wide Receivers:

  1. Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss
  2. Michael Thomas, Ohio State
  3. Josh Doctson, Texas Christian
  4. Corey Coleman, Baylor
  5. Tyler Boyd, Pittsburgh
  6. Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina
  7. Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma
  8. Will Fuller, Notre Dame
  9. Leonte Carroo, Rutgers
  10. Braxton Miller, Ohio State
  11. De’Runnya Wilson, Mississippi State
  12. Kenny Lawler, California
  13. Demarcus Robinson, Florida
  14. Cayleb Jones, Arizona
  15. Rashard Higgins, Colorado State
  16. Nelson Spruce, Colorado
  17. Travin Dural, Louisiana State
  18. Bralon Addison, Oregon
  19. Tajae Sharpe, Massachusetts
  20. Corey Davis, Western Michigan
  21. Stacy Coley, Miami (FL)
  22. Jordan Payton, UCLA
  23. Aaron Burbridge, Michigan State
  24. Jordan Williams, Ball State
  25. Gabe Marks, Washington State
  26. Jakeem Grant, Texas Tech
  27. Mekale McKay, Cincinnati
  28. Kolby Listenbee, Texas Christian
  29. Dom Williams, Washington State
  30. Devon Cajuste, Stanford
  31. Jaydon Mickens, Washington
  32. Chris Brown, Notre Dame
  33. Quinshad Davis, North Carolina
  34. Ricardo Louis, Auburn
  35. Hunter Sharp, Utah State

Tight Ends:

  1. Hunter Henry, Arkansas
  2. O.J. Howard, Alabama
  3. Jordan Leggett, Clemson
  4. Jerrell Adams, South Carolina
  5. Bryce Williams, East Carolina
  6. Austin Hooper, Stanford
  7. Evan Engram, Ole Miss
  8. Nick Vannett, Ohio State
  9. Bucky Hodges, Virginia Tech
  10. Tyler Higbee, Western Kentucky
  11. David Morgan II, UTSA
  12. Jake McGee, Florida
  13. Kyle Carter, Penn State
  14. Sean Price, South Florida
  15. Steven Scheu, Vanderbilt

Tackles:

  1. Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss
  2. Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame
  3. Jack Conklin, Michigan State
  4. Taylor Decker, Ohio State
  5. Jason Spriggs, Indiana
  6. Spencer Drango, Oregon
  7. Tyler Johnstone, Oregon
  8. Jerald Hawkins, Louisiana State
  9. Le’Raven Clark, Texas Tech
  10. Kyle Murphy, Stanford
  11. Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M
  12. Shon Coleman, Auburn
  13. John Theus, Georgia
  14. Brandon Shell, South Carolina
  15. Tyler Marz, Wisconsin
  16. Joe Haeg, North Dakota State
  17. Halapulivaati Vaitai, Texas Christian
  18. Willie Beavers, Western Michigan
  19. Avery Young, Auburn
  20. Pearce Slater, San Diego State
  21. Jordan Swindle, Kentucky
  22. Cole Toner, Harvard
  23. Ryker Mathews, Brigham Young
  24. Alex Lewis, Nebraska
  25. Taylor Fallin, Memphis

Guards:

  1. Cody Whitehair, Kansas State
  2. Vadal Alexander, Louisiana State
  3. Denver Kirkland, Arkansas
  4. Landon Turner, North Carolina
  5. Joshua Garnett, Stanford
  6. Sebastian Tretola, Arkansas
  7. Christian Westerman, Arizona State
  8. Parker Ehinger, Cincinnati
  9. Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State
  10. Greg Pyke, Georgia
  11. Joe Thuney, N.C. State
  12. Jordan Walsh, Iowa
  13. Eric Mac Lain, Clemson
  14. Rees Odhiambo, Boise State
  15. Connor McGovern, Missouri
  16. Joe Dahl, Washington State
  17. Vi Teofilo, Arizona State
  18. Matt Hegarty, Oregon
  19. Kyler Kerbyson, Tennessee
  20. Aaron Moore, Ole Miss

Centers:

  1. Ryan Kelly, Alabama
  2. Max Tuerk, Southern Cal
  3. Nick Martin, Notre Dame
  4. Ethan Pocic, Louisiana State
  5. Jack Allen, Michigan State
  6. Dan Voltz, Wisconsin
  7. Evan Boehm, Missouri
  8. Austin Blythe, Iowa
  9. Mike Matthews, Texas A&M
  10. Matt Skura, Duke

Defensive Tackles:

  1. Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss
  2. A’Shawn Robinson, Alabama
  3. Jarron Reed, Alabama
  4. Kenny Clark, UCLA
  5. Andrew Billings, Baylor
  6. Maliek Collins, Nebraska
  7. Adolphus Washington, Ohio State
  8. Austin Johnson, Penn State
  9. Sheldon Day, Notre Dame
  10. Vernon Butler, Louisiana Tech
  11. Chris Jones, Mississippi State
  12. Sheldon Rankins, Louisville
  13. Jihad Ward, Illinois
  14. Adam Gotsis, Georgia Tech
  15. Josh Tupou, Colorado
  16. Aziz Shittu, Stanford
  17. Hassan Ridgeway, Texas
  18. Nile Lawrence-Stample, Florida State
  19. Jarron Jones, Notre Dame
  20. Vincent Valentine, Nebraska
  21. Antwaun Woods, Southern Cal
  22. Montravius Adams, Auburn
  23. Mehdi Abdesmad, Boston College
  24. Tyrique Jarrett, Pittsburgh
  25. Luther Maddy, Virginia Tech

Defensive Ends:

  1. Joey Bosa, Ohio State
  2. DeForest Buckner, Oregon
  3. Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State
  4. Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State
  5. Shaq Lawson, Clemson
  6. Carl Lawson, Auburn
  7. Jonathan Bullard, Florida
  8. Jonathan Allen, Alabama
  9. Carl Nassib, Penn State
  10. Shawn Oakman, Oregon
  11. Charles Tapper, Oklahoma
  12. Bronson Kaufusi, Brigham Young
  13. Anthony Zettel, Penn State
  14. James Cowser, Southern Utah
  15. Daeshon Hall, Texas A&M
  16. Alex McCalister, Florida
  17. Dale Pierson, Iowa State
  18. Jason Fanaika, Utah
  19. Sterling Bailey, Georgia
  20. Christian French, Oregon
  21. Jamal Palmer, Baylor
  22. Reggie Gilbert, Arizona
  23. Matt Judon, Grand Valley State
  24. Theiren Cockran, Minnesota
  25. Tyrone Holmes, Montana

Linebackers:

  1. Reggie Ragland, Alabama
  2. Scooby Wright III, Arizona
  3. Kentrell Brothers, Missouri
  4. Reuben Foster, Alabama
  5. Blake Martinez, Stanford
  6. Kendell Beckwith, Louisiana State
  7. Cassanova McKinzy, Auburn
  8. Antonio Morrison, Florida
  9. Steven Daniels, Boston College
  10. Jared Norris, Utah
  11. Dominique Alexander, Oklahoma
  12. James Burgess, Louisville
  13. Josh Forrest, Kentucky
  14. Brandon Chubb, Wake Forest
  15. Luke Rhodes, William & Mary

Outside Linebackers:

  1. Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame
  2. Myles Jack, UCLA
  3. Leonard Floyd, Georgia
  4. Darron Lee, Ohio State
  5. Su’a Cravens, Southern Cal
  6. Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky
  7. Tyler Matakevich, Temple
  8. Jordan Jenkins, Georgia
  9. Joshua Perry, Ohio State
  10. Eric Striker, Oklahoma
  11. Deion Jones, Louisiana State
  12. Kyler Fackrell, Utah State
  13. Devonte Fields, Louisville
  14. Skai Moore, South Carolina
  15. Yannick Ngakoue, Maryland
  16. Dadi Nicolas, Virginia Tech
  17. Travis Feeney, Washington
  18. Joe Schobert, Wisconsin
  19. Terrence Smith, Florida State
  20. Kris Frost, Auburn
  21. De’Vondre Campbell, Minnesota
  22. Eddie Yarbrough, Wyoming
  23. Cole Fisher, Iowa
  24. Dillon Lee, Alabama
  25. Jimmy Bean, Oklahoma State

Cornerbacks:

  1. Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida
  2. Jalen Ramsey, Florida State
  3. Mackensie Alexander, Clemson
  4. Tre’Davious White, Louisiana State
  5. Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech
  6. Eli Apple, Ohio State
  7. William Jackson, Houston
  8. Desmond King, Iowa
  9. Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma
  10. Jourdan Lewis, Michigan
  11. KeiVarae Russell, Notre Dame
  12. Cameron Sutton, Tennessee
  13. Will Redmond, Mississippi State
  14. Fabian Moreau, UCLA
  15. Maurice Canady, Virginia
  16. Cordea Tankersley, Clemson
  17. Artie Burns, Miami (FL)
  18. Kevon Seymour, Southern Cal
  19. Briean Boddy-Calhoun, Minnesota
  20. Ken Crawley, Colorado
  21. Lloyd Carrington, Arizona State
  22. D.J. White, Georgia Tech
  23. Eric Murray, Minnesota
  24. Cyrus Jones, Alabama
  25. William Likely, Maryland
  26. Brandon Facyson, Auburn
  27. Harian Miller, Southeast Louisiana
  28. Deiondre’ Hall, Northern Iowa
  29. Damontae Kazee, San Diego State
  30. Taveze Calhoun, Mississippi State
  31. Michael Jordan, Missouri Western
  32. Brian Poole, Florida
  33. Tracy Howard, Miami (FL)
  34. Wayne Lyons, Michigan
  35. Cre’von LeBlanc, Florida Atlantic

Safeties:

  1. Vonn Bell, Ohio State
  2. Jeremy Cash, Duke
  3. Jayron Kearse, Clemson
  4. Darian Thompson, Boise State
  5. Tony Conner, Ole Miss
  6. T.J. Green, Clemson
  7. Jalen Mills, Louisiana State
  8. Karl Joseph, West Virginia
  9. Marcus Maye, Florida
  10. Max Redfield, Notre Dame
  11. Keanu Neal, Florida
  12. Tyvis Powell, Ohio State
  13. Deon Bush, Miami (FL)
  14. Trent Matthews, Colorado State
  15. Miles Killebrew, Southern Utah
  16. Elijah Shumate, Notre Dame
  17. DeAndre Houston-Carson, William & Mary
  18. Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee
  19. Jordan Lomax, Iowa
  20. Trae Elston, Ole Miss
  21. Michael Caputo, Wisconsin
  22. Kodi Whitfield, Stanford
  23. Jordan Lucas, Penn State
  24. Sean Davis, Maryland
  25. Jamal Golden, Georgia Tech

Punter:

  1. Tom Hackett, Utah
  2. Drew Kaser, Texas A&M
  3. Jamie Keehn, LSU
  4. Will Monday, Duke
  5. Nick O’Toole, West Virginia

Kicker:

  1. Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
  2. Ka’imi Fairbairn, UCLA
  3. Brad Craddock, Maryland
  4. Ross Martin, Duke
  5. Marshall Morgan, Georgia

Long Snapper:

  1. Nathan Theus, Georgia
  2. John DePalma, West Virginia
  3. Reed Miller, Stanford

(315 total)