The college football season is upon us, which means for the NFL Draft community, it’s go time. Summer grades are in and it’s Big Board 1.0 season. After a summer of grinding tape on known prospects returning for their Senior seasons, young players who have been hyped and are now finally draft eligible, plus a bunch of JAGs, I now have a rough idea of what the 2019 NFL Draft could look like.

The draft isn’t for over seven months so it would be ridiculous to imply any of this will look the same by then, but it’s always good to have an idea this early. So many more prospects will emerge, some will play themselves up or down the board, and other guys will move with more tape study. For now this is my Big Board and position rankings entering the season. Remember, if there’s a prospect missing that you believe deserves to be here, drop a comment because I may not know about them just yet.

Top 50 Big Board 1.0

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Rank Player Size School
1 Ed Oliver, IDL 6’2″, 290lbs Houston
2 Nick Bosa, EDGE 6’3″, 270lbs Ohio State
3 Devin White, LB 6’0″, 240lbs LSU
4 N’Keal Harry, WR 6’3″, 220lbs Arizona State
5 Jonah Williams, OT 6’5″, 305lbs Alabama
6 Justin Herbert, QB 6’5″, 233lbs Oregon
7 Rashan Gary, EDGE 6’4″, 285lbs Michigan
8 David Montgomery, RB 5’11”, 225lbs Iowa State
9 Clelin Ferrell, EDGE 6’5″, 260lbs Clemson
10 Damien Harris, RB 5’11”, 221lbs Alabama
11 Christian Wilkins, IDL 6’4″, 300lbs Clemson
12 DK Metcalf, WR 6’3″, 225lbs Ole Miss
13 Greg Little, OT 6’5″, 325lbs Ole Miss
14 Jeffery Simmons, IDL 6’3″, 305lbs Mississippi State
15 David Edwards, OT 6’6″, 315lbs Wisconsin
16 Mack Wilson, LB 6’2″, 236lbs Alabama
17 Andraez “Greedy” Williams, CB 6’1″, 185lbs LSU
18 Deebo Samuel, WR 5’11”, 215lbs South Carolina
19 Michael Dieter, OL 6’5″, 328lbs Wisconsin
20 Collin Johnson, WR 6’5″, 220lbs Texas
21 AJ Brown, WR 6’1″, 225lbs Ole Miss
22 Deionte Thompson, S 6’2″, 196lbs Alabama
23 Rodney Anderson, RB 6’1″, 220lbs Oklahoma
24 Dalton Risner, OL 6’5″, 300lbs Kansas State
25 Taylor Rapp, S 6’0″, 215lbs Washington
26 Michael Jackson, CB 6’1″, 200lbs Miami
27 Paddy Fisher, LB 6’3″, 245lbs Northwestern
28 Beau Benzschawel, OG 6’6″, 317lbs Wisconsin
29 Brian Burns, EDGE 6’4″, 230lbs Florida State
30 Brian Lewerke, QB 6’2″, 215lbs Michigan State
31 Kris Boyd, CB 6’0″, 200lbs Texas
32 Yodny Cajuste, OT 6’5″, 308lbs West Virginia
33 Levonta Taylor, CB 5’10”, 190lbs Florida State
34 Noah Fant, TE 6’4″, 245lbs Iowa
35 Myles Bryant, NB 5’8″, 182lbs Washington
36 Easton Stick, QB 6’2″, 222lbs North Dakota State
37 Devin Bush Jr., LB 5’11”, 235lbs Michigan
38 Dre’Mont Jones, IDL 6’2″, 295lbs Ohio State
39 Josh Allen, LB 6’4″, 230lbs Kentucky
40 Deandre Baker, CB 5’11”, 180lbs Georgia
41 Alaric Jackson, OT 6’7″, 320lbs Iowa
42 Nate Herbig, OG 6’3″, 340lbs Stanford
43 Trayveon Williams, RB 5’9″, 200lbs Texas A&M
44 Ben Banogu, EDGE 6’3″, 245lbs TCU
45 Amani Oruwariye, CB 6’0″, 210lbs Penn State
46 Joe Jackson, EDGE 6’5″, 258lbs Miami
47 Raekwon Davis, IDL 6’6″, 305lbs Alabama
48 Anfernee Jennings, EDGE 6’2″, 265lbs Alabama
49 Trey Adams, OT 6’7″, 330lbs Washington
50 Montez Sweat, EDGE 6’5″, 245lbs Mississippi State

Top 20 Quarterbacks

Highest Ceiling: Justin Herbert, Oregon

Highest Floor: Ryan Finley, North Carolina State

Best Bet: Brian Lewerke, Michigan State

Value Pick: Tyree Jackson, Buffalo

Wildcard: Drew Lock, Missouri

Sleeper: Riley Neal, Ball State

Super Sleeper: Kyle Shurmur, Vanderbilt

Cleanest Mechanics: Daniel Jones, Duke

Best Footwork: Justin Herbert, Oregon

Biggest Arm: Tyree Jackson, Buffalo

Most Accurate: Easton Stick, North Dakota State

Most Poised: Ryan Finley, North Carolina State

Best Runner: Khalil Tate, Arizona

“IT” Factor: Brian Lewerke, Michigan State

Rank QB Size School
1 Justin Herbert 6’5″, 233lbs Oregon
2 Brian Lewerke 6’2″, 215lbs Michigan State
3 Easton Stick 6’2″, 222lbs North Dakota State
4 Jarrett Stidham 6’2″, 215lbs Auburn
5 Clayton Thorson 6’3″, 225lbs Northwestern
6 Daniel Jones 6’4″, 215lbs Duke
7 Ryan Finley 6’3″, 210lbs North Carolina State
8 Drew Lock 6’3″, 225lbs Missouri
9 Tyree Jackson 6’6″, 245lbs Buffalo
10 Nathan Stanley 6’4″, 215lbs Iowa
11 KJ Costello 6’4″, 215lbs Stanford
12 Riley Neal 6’4″, 220lbs Ball State
13 Shea Patterson 6’1″, 200lbs Michigan
14 Will Grier 6’1″, 215lbs West Virginia
15 McKenzie Milton 5’11”, 185lbs UCF
16 Jake Bentley 6’2″, 220lbs South Carolina
17 Brett Rypien 6’2″, 210lbs Boise State
18 Kyle Shurmur 6’4″, 227lbs Vanderbilt
19 Jordan Ta’amu 6’2″, 215lbs Ole Miss
20 Khalil Tate 6’1″, 215lbs Arizona

Top 20 Running Backs

Highest Ceiling: Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma

Highest Floor: David Montgomery, Iowa State

Best Bet: Damien Harris, Alabama

Value Pick: Devin Singletary, FAU

Wildcard: Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M

Sleeper: Justice Hill, Oklahoma State

Super Sleeper: Jonathan Ward, Central Michigan

Most Elusive: Myles Gaskin, Washington

Best Power: David Montgomery, Iowa State

Best Receiver: Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma

Best Vision: Damien Harris, Alabama

Best Pass Pro: Alexander Mattison, Boise State

Best Satellite Back: Myles Gaskin, Washington

Rank RB Size School
1 David Montgomery 5’11”, 225lbs Iowa State
2 Damien Harris 5’11”, 221lbs Alabama
3 Rodney Anderson 6’1″, 220lbs Oklahoma
4 Trayveon Williams 5’9″, 200lbs Texas A&M
5 Myles Gaskin 5’9″, 195lbs Washington
6 Bryce Love 5’9″, 200lbs Stanford
7 Travis Homer 5’10”, 195lbs Miami
8 Benny Snell Jr. 5’10”, 220lbs Kentucky
9 Devin Singletary 5’9″, 200lbs FAU
10 Darrell Henderson Jr. 5’9″, 200lbs Memphis
11 Alexander Mattison 5’11”, 215lbs Boise State
12 Justice Hill 5’10”, 185lbs Oklahoma State
13 Zack Moss 5’10”, 217lbs Utah
14 Karan Higdon 5’9″, 190lbs Michigan
15 Jacques Patrick 6’2″, 231lbs Florida State
16 Damarea Crockett 5’10”, 225lbs Missouri
17 Josh Jacobs 5’9″, 210lbs Alabama
18 Ty Johnson 5’10”, 208lbs Maryland
19 Mike Weber 5’9″, 215lbs Ohio State
20 Jonathan Ward 5’11”, 195lbs Central Michigan

Top 20 Wide Receivers

Highest Ceiling: DK Metcalf, Ole Miss

Highest Floor: AJ Brown, Ole Miss

Best Bet: N’Keal Harry, Arizona State

Value Pick: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford

Wildcard: Riley Ridley, Georgia

Sleeper: Diontae Johnson, Toledo

Super Sleeper: Tyre Brady, Marshall

Best Hands: Denzel Mims, Baylor

Best Routes: Olamide Zaccheaus, Virginia

Best Slot: AJ Brown, Ole Miss

Best Deep Threat: Ahmmon Richards, Miami

Biggest Red Zone Threat: DK Metcalf, Ole Miss

Rank WR Size School
1 N’Keal Harry 6’3″, 220lbs Arizona State
2 DK Metcalf 6’3″, 225lbs Ole Miss
3 Deebo Samuel 5’11”, 215lbs South Carolina
4 Collin Johnson 6’5″, 220lbs Texas
5 AJ Brown 6’1″, 225lbs Ole Miss
6 Kelvin Harmon 6’2″, 215lbs North Carolina State
7 Juwan Johnson 6’3″, 225lbs Penn State
8 Bryan Edwards 6’2″, 205lbs South Carolina
9 JJ Arcega-Whiteside 6’2″, 225lbs Stanford
10 Riley Ridley 6’2″, 200lbs Georgia
11 Ahmmon Richards 6’1″, 190lbs Miami
12 Anthony Johnson 6’1″, 210lbs Buffalo
13 Marquise Brown 5’11”, 165lbs Oklahoma
14 Denzel Mims 6’2″, 200lbs Baylor
15 Diontae Johnson 5’10”, 185lbs Toledo
16 DaMarkus Lodge 6’1″, 200lbs Ole Miss
17 Demetris Robertson 6’0″, 190lbs Georgia
18 David Sills V 6’3″, 205lbs West Virginia
19 Jakobi Meyers 6’1″, 205lbs North Carolina State
20 Parris Campbell 6’0″, 210lbs Ohio State

Top 20 Tight Ends

Highest Ceiling: Noah Fant, Iowa

Highest Floor: Dawson Knox, Ole Miss

Best Bet: Noah Fant, Iowa

Value Pick: Kaden Smith, Stanford

Wildcard: Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri

Sleeper: Jacob Breeland, Oregon

Super Sleeper: Jerome Washington, Rutgers

Best Hands: Caleb Wilson, UCLA

Best Routes: Noah Fant, Iowa

Best Slot Tight End: Noah Fant, Iowa

Best Blocker: Dawson Konx, Ole Miss

Best H-Back: Caleb Wilson, UCLA

Rank TE Size School
1 Noah Fant 6’4″, 245lbs Iowa
2 Caleb Wilson 6’5″, 235lbs UCLA
3 Dawson Knox 6’4″, 250lbs Ole Miss
4 Jacob Breeland 6’5″, 243lbs Oregon
5 Isaac Nauta 6’4″, 250lbs Georgia
6 Kaden Smith 6’5″, 250lbs Stanford
7 Irv Smith Jr. 6’3″, 245lbs Alabama
8 Mitchell Wilcox 6’4″, 245lbs USF
9 Albert Okwuegbunam 6’5″, 260lbs Missouri
10 Tommy Sweeney 6’4″, 255lbs Boston College
11 Tyler Petite 6’3″, 250lbs USC
12 Jerome Washington 6’4″, 258lbs Rutgers
13 Zach Gentry 6’8″, 262lbs Michigan
14 Foster Moreau 6’6″, 255lbs LSU
15 Alize Mack 6’4″, 255lbs Notre Dame
16 Tyrone Wheatley Jr. 6’5″, 265lbs Stony Brook
17 Sean McKeon 6’5″, 251lbs Michigan
18 Cole Herdman 6’4″, 255lbs Purdue
19 CJ Conrad 6’4″, 245lbs Kentucky
20 Ravian Pierce 6’3″, 237lbs Syracuse

Top 20 Offensive Tackles

Highest Ceiling: Greg Little, Ole Miss

Highest Floor: Jonah Williams, Alabama

Best Bet: Jonah Williams, Alabama

Value Pick: Alaric Jackson, Iowa

Wildcard: Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn

Sleeper: Scott Frantz, Kansas State

Super Sleeper: Kaleb McGary, Washington

Best Pass Blocker: Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia

Best Run Blocker: Jonah Williams, Alabama

Sweetest Feet: David Edwards, Wisconsin

Strongest Anchor: Dalton Risner, Kansas State

Best Pull/Trap: Alaric Jackson, Iowa

Meanest SOB: Jonah Williams, Alabama

Rank OT Size School
1 Jonah Williams 6’5″, 305lbs Alabama
2 Greg Little 6’5″, 325lbs Ole Miss
3 David Edwards 6’6″, 315lbs Wisconsin
4 Dalton Risner 6’5″, 300lbs Kansas State
5 Yodny Cajuste 6’5″, 308lbs West Virginia
6 Alaric Jackson 6’7″, 320lbs Iowa
7 Trey Adams 6’7″, 330lbs Washington
8 Prince Tega Wanogho 6’6″, 305lbs Auburn
9 Scott Frantz 6’5″, 295lbs Kansas State
10 Tariq Cole 6’6″, 320lbs Rutgers
11 Calvin Anderson 6’5″, 300lbs Texas
12 Mitch Hyatt 6’5″, 305lbs Clemson
13 Martez Ivey 6’5″, 305lbs Florida
14 Tyree St. Louis 6’5″, 305lbs Miami
15 Andre Dillard 6’5″, 306lbs Washington State
16 Isaiah Prince 6’6″, 310lbs Ohio State
17 Daniel Cooney 6’7″, 315lbs San Diego
18 Kaleb McGary 6’6″, 320lbs Washington
19 Bobby Evans 6’3″, 312lbs Oklahoma
20 Jawaan Taylor 6’5″, 335lbs Florida

Top 20 Interior Offensive Linemen

Highest Ceiling: Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin

Highest Floor: Michael Dieter, Wisconsin

Best Bet: Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin

Value Pick: Chandler Brewer, Middle Tennessee State

Wildcard: Calvin Throckmorton, Oregon

Sleeper: Wes Martin, Indiana

Super Sleeper: Ryan Anderson, Wake Forest

Best Guard: Michael Dieter, Wisconsin

Best Center: Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin

Best Pass Blocker: Michael Jordan, Ohio State

Best Run Blocker: Michael Dieter, Wisconsin

Sweetest Feet: Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin

Strongest Anchor: Michael Dieter, Wisconsin

Best Pull/Trap: Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin

Meanest SOB: Michael Dieter, Wisconsin

Rank IOL Size School
1 Michael Dieter 6’5″, 328lbs Wisconsin
2 Beau Benzschawel 6’6″, 317lbs Wisconsin
3 Nate Herbig 6’3″, 340lbs Stanford
4 Michael Jordan 6’6″, 310lbs Ohio State
5 Tyler Biadasz 6’2″, 315lbs Wisconsin
6 Chris Lindstrom 6’4″, 305lbs Boston College
7 Calvin Throckmorton 6’5″, 310lbs Oregon
8 Hjalte Froholdt 6’4″, 315lbs Arkansas
9 Chandler Brewer 6’6″, 310lbs Middle Tennessee State
10 Wes Martin 6’3″, 312lbs Indiana
11 Darryl Williams 6’2″, 305lbs Mississippi State
12 Javon Patterson 6’3″, 314lbs Ole Miss
13 Jesse Burkett 6’3″, 304lbs Stanford
14 Adam Holtorf 6’4″, 295lbs Kansas State
15 Ryan Anderson 6’6″, 305lbs Wake Forest
16 Garrett Brumfield 6’2″, 299lbs LSU
17 Larry Allen Jr. 6’3″, 290lbs Harvard
18 Sadarius Hutcherson 6’4″, 315lbs South Carolina
19 Nick Harris 6’1″, 300lbs Washington
20 Ross Pierschbacher 6’3″, 304lbs Alabama

Top 20 Interior Defensive Linemen

Highest Ceiling: Ed Oliver, Houston

Highest Floor: Ed Oliver, Houston

Best Bet: Ed Oliver, Houston

Value Pick: Isaiah Buggs, Alabama

Wildcard: Christian Wilkins, Clemson

Sleeper: Renell Wren, Arizona State

Super Sleeper: Youhanna Ghaifan, Wyoming

Best 1-Tech: Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

Best 3-Tech: Ed Oliver, Houston

Best 5-Tech: Raekwon Davis, Alabama

Stud Pass Rusher: Ed Oliver, Houston

Biggest Space Eater: Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

Most Athletic: Ed Oliver, Houston

Most Versatile: Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State

Rank IDL Size School
1 Ed Oliver 6’2″, 290lbs Houston
2 Christian Wilkins 6’4″, 300lbs Clemson
3 Jeffery Simmons 6’3″, 305lbs Mississippi State
4 Dre’Mont Jones 6’2″, 295lbs Ohio State
5 Raekwon Davis 6’6″, 305lbs Alabama
6 Isaiah Buggs 6’4″, 295lbs Alabama
7 Dexter Lawrence 6’3″, 340lbs Clemson
8 Rashard Lawrence 6’3″, 300lbs LSU
9 Terry Beckner Jr. 6’4″, 290lbs Missouri
10 Renell Wren 6’4″, 295lbs Arizona State
11 Marquise Copeland 6’2″, 290lbs Cincinnati
12 Derrick Brown 6’4″, 315lbs Auburn
13 Ricky Walker 6’2″, 300lbs Virginia Tech
14 Youhanna Ghaifan 6’4″, 290lbs Wyoming
15 Andrew Williams 6’4″, 285lbs Auburn
16 Kingsley Keke 6’4″, 305lbs Texas A&M
17 Malcolm Roach 6’3″, 270lbs Texas
18 Daylon Mack 6’1″, 335lbs Texas A&M
19 Greg Gaines 6’1″, 325lbs Washington
20 Dontavius Russell 6’2″, 310lbs Auburn

Top 20 Edge Defenders

Highest Ceiling: Nick Bosa, Ohio State

Highest Floor: Nick Bosa, Ohio State

Best Bet: Nick Bosa, Ohio State

Value Pick: Zach Allen, Boston College

Wildcard: Joe Jackson, Miami

Sleeper: Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan

Super Sleeper: Jamal Davis II, Akron

Best 4-3 Defensive End: Nick Bosa, Ohio State

Best 3-4 Outside Linebacker: Brian Burns, Florida State

Stud Pass Rusher: Brian Burns, Florida State

Best Run Defender: Nick Bosa, Ohio State

Most Violent Hands: Nick Bosa, Ohio State

Most Versatile: Rashan Gary, Michigan

Rank EDGE Size School
1 Nick Bosa 6’3″, 270lbs Ohio State
2 Rashan Gary 6’4″, 285lbs Michigan
3 Clelin Ferrell 6’5″, 260lbs Clemson
4 Brian Burns 6’4″, 230lbs Florida State
5 Ben Banogu 6’3″, 245lbs TCU
6 Joe Jackson 6’5″, 258lbs Miami
7 Anfernee Jennings 6’2″, 265lbs Alabama
8 Montez Sweat 6’5″, 245lbs Mississippi State
9 Jalen Jelks 6’6″, 252lbs Oregon
10 Zach Allen 6’5″, 285lbs Boston College
11 Maxx Crosby 6’5″, 265lbs Eastern Michigan
12 Shareef Miller 6’5″, 260lbs Penn State
13 Jonathan Ledbetter 6’3″, 277lbs Georgia
14 Malik Carney 6’2″, 235lbs UNC
15 Chase Winovich 6’3″, 255lbs Michigan
16 CeCe Jefferson 6’1″, 245lbs Florida
17 Anthony Nelson 6’6″, 260lbs Iowa
18 Bradlee Anae 6’3″, 254lbs Utah
19 Terrell Lewis 6’5″, 250lbs Alabama
20 Landis Durham 6’3″, 255lbs Texas A&M

Top 20 Linebackers

Highest Ceiling: Mack Wilson, Alabama

Highest Floor: Paddy Fisher, Northwestern

Best Bet: Devin White, LSU

Value Pick: Tuf Borland, Ohio State

Wildcard: Devin Bush Jr., Michigan

Sleeper: Dre Greenlaw, Arkansas

Super Sleeper: Washington’s LBs (Tevis Bartlett, Ben Burr-Kirven)

Best Weakside: Mack Wilson, Alabama

Best Middle: Devin White, LSU

Best Strongside: Josh Allen, Kentucky

Most Violent: Devin White, LSU

Best Coverage: Mack Wilson, Alabama

Best Run Defender: Paddy Fisher, Northwestern

Best Pass Rusher: Josh Allen, Kentucky

Rank LB Size School
1 Devin White 6’0″, 240lbs LSU
2 Mack Wilson 6’2″, 236lbs Alabama
3 Paddy Fisher 6’3″, 245lbs Northwestern
4 Devin Bush Jr. 5’11”, 235lbs Michigan
5 Josh Allen 6’4″, 230lbs Kentucky
6 Troy Dye 6’3″, 225lbs Oregon
7 Dre Greenlaw 6’0″, 229lbs Arkansas
8 Germaine Pratt 6’3″, 235lbs North Carolina State
9 Tuf Borland 6’1″, 230lbs Ohio State
10 Cameron Smith 6’2″, 250lbs USC
11 Kendall Joseph 6’0″, 230lbs Clemson
12 Joe Bachie 6’2″, 230lbs Michigan State
13 Dakota Allen 6’1″, 235lbs Texas Tech
14 Gary Johnson 6’1″, 220lbs Texas
15 Bobby Okereke 6’2″, 235lbs Stanford
16 Malik Harrison 6’3″, 240lbs Ohio State
17 Khalil Hodge 6’0″, 235lbs Buffalo
18 Cole Holcomb 6’1″, 225lbs UNC
19 Shaq Quarterman 6’0″, 240lbs Miami
20 Ty Summers 6’2″, 235lbs TCU

Top 20 Cornerbacks

Highest Ceiling: Greedy Williams, LSU

Highest Floor: Michael Jackson, Miami

Best Bet: Kris Boyd, Texas

Value Pick: Javaris Davis, Auburn

Wildcard: Deandre Baker, Georgia

Sleeper: Clifton Duck, Appalachian State

Super Sleeper: Montre Hartage, Northwestern

Best Man Coverage: Greedy Williams, LSU

Best Zone Coverage: Levonta Taylor, Florida State

Best Run Defender: Michael Jackson, Miami

Best Press Corner: Kris Boyd, Texas

Best Ball Skills: Greedy Williams

Most Versatile: Myles Bryant, Washington

Rank CB Size School
1 Andraez “Greedy” Williams 6’1″, 185lbs LSU
2 Michael Jackson 6’1″, 200lbs Miami
3 Kris Boyd 6’0″, 200lbs Texas
4 Levonta Taylor 5’10”, 190lbs Florida State
5 Myles Bryant 5’8″, 182lbs Washington
6 Deandre Baker 5’11”, 180lbs Georgia
7 Amani Oruwariye 6’0″, 210lbs Penn State
8 Byron Murphy 5’11”, 185lbs Washington
9 Javaris Davis 5’10”, 190lbs Auburn
10 Julian Love 5’11”, 195lbs Notre Dame
11 Clifton Duck 5’10”, 180lbs Appalachian State
12 Damon Arnette 5’11”, 195lbs Ohio State
13 Kendall Sheffiled 5’11”, 185lbs Ohio State
14 Lavert Hill 5’11”, 180lbs Michigan
15 David Long 5’11”, 198lbs Michigan
16 Camryn Bynum 6’1″, 180lbs California
17 Iman Marshall 6’1″, 205lbs USC
18 Derrick Baity 6’3″, 182lbs Kentucky
19 Juan Thornhill 6’1″, 200lbs Virginia
20 Mark Gilbert 6’0″, 175lbs Duke

Top 20 Safeties

Highest Ceiling: Deionte Thompson, Alabama

Highest Floor: Taylor Rapp, Washington

Best Bet: Jaquan Johnson, Miami

Value Pick: Brandon Jones, Texas

Wildcard: Khaleke Hudson, Michigan

Sleeper: Andrew Wingard, Wyoming

Super Sleeper: Ugo Amadi, Oregon

Best Free Safety: Deionte Thompson, Alabama

Best Strong Safety: Taylor Rapp, Washington

Best Man Coverage: Lukas Denis, Boston College

Best Zone Coverage: Deionte Thompson, Alabama

Best Run Defender: Deionte Thompson, Alabama

Most Versatile: Taylor Rapp, Washington

Rank S Size School
1 Deionte Thompson 6’2″, 196lbs Alabama
2 Taylor Rapp 6’0″, 215lbs Washington
3 Lukas Denis 5’11”, 190lbs Boston College
4 Jaquan Johnson 5’11”, 190lbs Miami
5 Brandon Jones 6’1″, 205lbs Texas
6 D’Cota Dixon 5’10”, 205lbs Wisconsin
7 Andrew Wingard 5’11”, 210lbs Wyoming
8 Evan Worthington 6’2″, 210lbs Colorado
9 Chauncey Gardner-Johnson 5’11”, 210lbs Florida
10 Khaleke Hudson 5’11”, 205lbs Michigan
11 Jalen Young 5’11”, 185lbs FAU
12 Jonathan Crawford 6’2″, 195lbs Indiana
13 Myles Dorn 6’2″, 210lbs UNC
14 Mike Edwards 6’0″, 200lbs Kentucky
15 Chase Hansen 6’3″, 220lbs Utah
16 JR Reed 6’0″, 195lbs Georgia
17 Antonie Winfield Jr. 5’10”, 205lbs Minnesota
18 Jordan Fuller 6’2″, 204lbs Ohio State
19 Garrett Davis 6’0″, 205lbs Houston
20 Ugo Amadi 5’10”, 195lbs Oregon

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I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.
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Vice President of Media | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.

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