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Brent Sobleski's Draft Round Rankings

Yesterday, Sobo offered up his top 400 players, ranked by position. Today, he ranks the players by round, and offers his thoughts on where they should go in the draft.

1. Laremy Tunsil, OT Ole Miss
The Ole Miss product has the potential to be the game’s best left tackle. 

2. Joey Bosa, DE Ohio State
Some might say Bosa’s game dropped off as a junior. Those people didn’t watch him closely enough. 

3. Jalen Ramsey, CB Florida State 
An Olympic-level athlete who can be used in a variety of ways at either cornerback or safety.

4. Myles Jack, LB UCLA   
A gigantic question mark surrounds Jack due to a knee injury, but a more versatile player can’t be found. 

5. Andrew Billings, NT Baylor
This 6’2”, 310-pound powerhouse has the potential to be the best defender from this class. 

6. Jared Goff, QB Cal
The No. 1 quarterback from start to finish. 

7. Ezekiel Elliott, RB Ohio State
Here is the safest pick in the draft and a running back truly worthy of a top selection. 

8. Carson Wentz, QB North Dakota State
Wentz is physically and mentally ready, but he needs to develop as a natural passer. 

9. Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson 
A pure and natural cover corner who wins with great preparation, attitude, and footwork. 

10. Taylor Decker, OT Ohio State 
Decker couples his physical play with stellar technique and angles as either a left or right tackle. 

11. Jarran Reed, DE Alabama  
Stopping the run might not be sexy, but Reed did it better than any prospect in the past two draft classes. 

12. DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon
No one can deny Buckner’s physical ability at 6’7” and 291 pounds, but he shows some inconsistencies with pad level and run defense. 

13. Karl Joseph, S West Virginia
A complete safety who can blitz the quarterback, cover in the slot or simply knock a receiver’s head off. 

14. Noah Spence, DE E. Kentucky      
The best pure pass-rusher in this year’s class.    

15. Josh Doctson, WR TCU
Doctson is the No. 1 wide receiver prospect, because excels at winning outside the numbers and in the red zone. 

16. Laquon Treadwell, WR Ole Miss 
This 20-year-old target claims ideal size (6’2” and 221 pounds), and he’s absolutely fearless over the middle of the field. 

17. Sheldon Rankins, DT Louisville
An under-sized yet disruptive presence along the defensive interior. 

18. Vernon Hargreaves, CB Florida
Hargreaves doesn’t have the preferred height or length of an NFL cornerback, but he’s a smooth operator in coverage. 

19. Ronnie Stanley, OT Notre Dame
While Stanley is a premier athlete at left tackle, some still question his technique and attitude. 

20. William Jackson III, CB Houston 
Ball skills and speed are highly valued, and Jackson has both. He led major college football with 28 defended passes last season and ran a 4.37-second 40-yard dash. 

21. Darron Lee, LB Ohio State 
Lee is the epitome of a modern-day linebacker at 232 pounds with 4.47-second 40-yard-dash speed. 

22. Shaq Lawson, DE Clemson
A true three-down defender who might be better against the run than rushing the passer.   

23. Kenny Clark, NT UCLA
This 20-year-old interior defender is already physically prepared to play in the NFL with his violent hands at the point of attack.                            

24. Cody Whitehair, OT/OG Kansas State
The Kansas State product will be projected inside due to body type (i.e. short arms), but he’s a sound technician and reliable blocker.

25. A'Shawn Robinson, DT Alabama 
Another young interior defender at 21 years old, Robinson can be physically dominant, and he’s only scratched the surface of his talent. 

26. Reggie Ragland, LB Alabama
Ragland is a true field general and a physical presence at inside linebacker. Questions linger about him being a three-down linebacker, though. 

27. Paxton Lynch, QB Memphis
As physically talented as the top two quarterback prospects, the 6’7”, 244-pound Lynch is much further behind on the learning curve. 

28. Leonard Floyd, LB Georgia
The former Bulldog is a spider-like edge player with tremendous athleticism, but he’ll struggle at the point of attack. 

29. Kevin Dodd, DE Clemson
A late bloomer who dominated late in his junior campaign and finished with 23.5 tackles for loss and 12 sacks. 

30. Jason Spriggs, OT Indiana
The Indiana product is a stellar athlete on the blind side and his play transferred against the highest competition at the Senior Bowl. 

31. Michael Thomas, WR Ohio State
An underutilized target at Ohio State with the size (6’3” and 212 pounds), route-running and bloodlines coaches love. 


32. Sterling Shepard, WR Oklahoma

33. Corey Coleman, WR Baylor

34. Jack Conklin, OT Michigan State

35. Ryan Kelly, C Alabama

36. Eli Apple, CB Ohio State

37. Kamalei Correa, OLB Boise State

38. Joshua Garnett, OG Stanford 

39. Vernon Butler, DT Louisiana Tech

40. Emmanuel Ogbah, DE Oklahoma State

41. Austin Johnson, DT Penn State

42. Vonn Bell, S Ohio State

43. Robert Nkemdiche, DT Ole Miss

44. Chris Jones, DT Mississippi State

45. Keanu Neal, S Florida

46. Will Fuller, WR Notre Dame

47. Jonathan Bullard, DE Florida

48. Hunter Henry, TE Arkansas

49. Artie Burns, CB Miami

50. Connor Cook, QB Michigan State

51. Germain Ifedi, OT Texas A&M

52. Shilique Calhoun, DE Michigan State

53. Kenneth Dixon, RB Louisiana Tech

54. Su’a Cravens, S/LB USC

55. Jovan Hargrave, DT South Carolina State

56. T.J. Green, S Clemson

57. Jeremy Cash, S Duke

58. Kendall Fuller, CB Virginia Tech

59. Alex Collins, RB Arkansas

60. Braxton Miller, WR Ohio State

61. Deion Jones, LB LSU

62. Le’Raven Clark, OT Texas Tech

63. Tyler Boyd, WR Pitt


64. Yannick Ngakoue, DE/OLB Maryland

65. Derrick Henry, RB Alabama

66. Nick Martin, C Notre Dame

67. Carl Nassib, DE Penn State

68. Keyarris Garrett, WR Tulsa

69. Bronson Kaufusi, DE BYU

70. Sean Davis, CB/S Maryland

71. Devontae Booker, RB Utah

72. Adolphus Washington, DT Ohio State

73. Kentrell Brothers, LB Missouri

74. Justin Simmons, S Boston College

75. Jonathan Williams, RB Arkansas

76. Leonte Carroo, WR Rutgers

77. Graham Glasgow, C/G Michigan

78. Sheldon Day, DT Notre Dame

79. Joshua Perry, LB Ohio State

80. Jordan Jenkins, LB Georgia

81. Darian Thompson, S Boise State

82. Jacoby Brissett, QB North Carolina State

83. Charone Peak, WR Clemson 

84. KeiVarae Russell, CB Notre Dame

85. Jack Allen, C Michigan State

86. Pharoh Cooper, WR South Carolina

87. Mike Thomas, WR Southern Miss

88. Christian Hackenberg, QB Penn State

89. Paul Perkins, RB UCLA

90. Cyrus Jones, CB Alabama

91. Jihad Ward, DE Illinois

92. Xavien Howard, CB Baylor

93. Hassan Ridgeway, DT Texas

94. Shon Coleman, OT Auburn

95. Nick Vannett, TE Ohio State

96. Charles Tapper, DE Oklahoma

97. Austin Hooper, TE Stanford

98. Brandon Williams, CB Texas A&M


99. Kyler Fackrell, LB Utah State

100. Miles Killebrew, S Southern Utah

101. Rees Odhiambo, OT/OG Boise State

102. Willie Henry, DT Michigan

103. Jonathan Jones, CB Auburn

104. Tyrone Holmes, DE Montana

105. Roberto Aguayo, K Florida State

106. Matt Judon, DE Grand Valley State

107. Joe Haeg, OT North Dakota State

108. Ben Braunecker, TE Harvard

109. Isaac Seumalo, OG/C Oregon State

110. Malcolm Mitchell, WR Georgia

111. Dean Lowry, DE Northwestern

112. Maliek Collins, DT Nebraska

113. Jerrell Adams, TE South Carolina

114. Joe Schobert, LB Wisconsin

115. Eric Murray, CB Minnesota

116. Ryan Smith, North Carolina Central

117. Jordan Howard, RB Indiana

118. Kevin Byard, S Middle Tennessee State

119. Harlan Miller, CB Southeastern Louisiana

120. Connor McGovern, OG Missouri

121. Ronald Blair, DE Appalachian State

122. C.J. Prosise, RB Notre Dame

123. Jalen Mills, S LSU

124. Kenyan Drake, RB Alabama

125. Jerald Hawkins, OT LSU

126. Aaron Wallace, LB UCLA

127. DeMarcus Robinson, WR Florida

128. Caleb Benenoch, OT UCLA

129. Kolby Listenbee, WR TCU

130. Jeff Driskel, QB Louisiana Tech

131. Kevin Hogan, QB Stanford

132. Maurice Canady, CB Virginia

133. B.J. Goodson, LB Clemson

134. Trevor Davis, WR Cal

135. Vadal Alexander, OG LSU

136. Matt Iaonnidis, DT Temple

137. Chris Moore, WR Cincinnati 

138. Steven Daniels, LB Boston College

139. Victor Ochi, DE Stony Brook


140. Dak Prescott, QB Mississippi State

141. DeAndre Houston-Carson, S William & Mary

142. Deiondre’ Hall, CB Northern Iowa

143. James Cowser, DE Southern Utah

144. Spencer Drango, OT/OG Baylor

145. Tyler Higbee, TE Western Kentucky

146. Cole Toner, OT Harvard

147. James Bradberry, CB Samford

148. Will Parks, S Arizona

149. Joe Thuney, OG North Carolina State

150. Jordan Lucas, S Penn State

151. Will Redmond, CB Mississippi State

152. Tajae Sharpe, WR UMass

153. Ian Seau, LB Nevada

154. Jordan Payton, WR UCLA

155. Devon Cajuste, WR Stanford

156. Christian Westerman, OG Arizona State

157. David Morgan II, TE UTEP

158. Kyle Murphy, OT Stanford

159. Greg Milhouse Jr., DT Campbell

160. Rashard Robinson, CB LSU

161. Nick Kwiatkowski, LB West Virginia

162. Nick Vigil, LB Utah State

163. Peyton Barber, RB Auburn

164. Zach Sanchez, CB Oklahoma

165. Willie Beavers, OT Western Michigan

166. Beau Sandland, TE Montana State

167. Mitch Mathews, WR BYU

168. Daniel Lasco, RB Cal

169. Tyler Ervin, RB San Jose State

170. Thomas Duarte, TE UCLA

171. Joe Dahl, OG Washington State

172. Jatavis Brown, LB Akron

173. Adam Gotsis, DT Georgia Tech

174. D.J. White, CB Georgia Tech

175. Alex Redmond, OG UCLA


176. Stephen Anderson, TE Cal

177. Cardale Jones, QB Ohio State

178. Max Tuerk, C USC

179. Scooby Wright III, LB Arizona

180. Travis Feeney, LB Washington

181. Geronimo Allen, WR Illinois

182. Landon Turner, OG North Carolina

183. Alex McCalister, DE Florida

184. Kenny Lawler, WR Cal

185. Terrance Smith, LB Florida State

186. Kalan Reed, CB Southern Miss

187. Kevon Frazier, S Central Michigan

188. Rashard Higgins, WR Colorado State

189. LaShaun Sims, CB Southern Utah

190. Austin Blythe, C Iowa

191. Vernon Adams, QB Oregon

192. Rico Gathers, TE Baylor

193. Henry Krieger-Coble, TE Iowa

194. Avery Young, OT Auburn

195. Clayton Fejedelem, S Illinois

196. Evan Boehm, C Missouri

197. Tyvis Powell, S Ohio State

198. Sebastian Tretola, OG Arkansas

199. Bryce Williams, TE East Carolina

200. Ron Thompson, DE Syracuse

201. D.J. Reader, DT Clemson

202. De’Vondre Campbell, LB Minnesota

203. Dadi Nicolas, DE Virginia Tech

204. Beniquez Brown, LB Mississippi State

205. Drew Ott, DE Iowa

206. Keith Marshall, RB Georgia

207. K.J. Dillon, S West Virginia

208. Morgan Burns, CB Kansas state

209. Kevin Peterson, CB Oklahoma State

210. Deon Bush, S Miami

211. Paul McRoberts, WR SE Missouri State

212. Jayron Kearse, S Clemson

213. Drew Kaser, P Texas A&M

214. Glenn Gronkowski, FB Kansas State

215. Wendall Smallwood, RB West Virginia

216. Ryan Malleck, TE Virginia Tech

217. Alex Lewis, OT Nebraska

218. Aziz Shittu, DT Stanford

219. Ryan Brown, DE Mississippi State

220. Fahn Cooper, OT Ole Miss

221. Josh Ferguson, RB Illinois


222. Daniel Braverman, WR Western Michigan

223. Andy Janovich, FB Nebraska

224. Keenan Reynolds, RB Navy

225. Aaron Burbridge, WR Michigan State

226. John Theus, OT Georgia

227. Anthony Zettel, DT Penn State

228. Elandon Roberts, LB Houston

229. Jhurrell Pressley, RB New Mexico

230. Stephen Weatherly, LB Vanderbilt

231. Donte Deayon, CB Boise State

232. Montese Overton, LB East Carolina

233. Pearce Slater, OT San Diego State

234. Ricardo Lewis, WR Auburn

235. Robby Anderson, WR Temple

236. Temarrick Hemingway, TE South Carolina State

237. Jason Whittingham, LB Utah

238. Ted Karras, OG Illinois

239. Connor Wujciak, DT Boston College

240. Luke Rhodes, LB William & Mary

241. Ross Martin, K Duke

242. Justin Zimmer, DT Ferris State

243. Daryl Worley, CB West Virginia

244. Trae Elson, S Ole Miss

245. Tom Hackett, P Utah

246. Tavon Young, CB Temple

247. David Onyemata, DT Manitoba

248. Darrell Greene, OG San Diego State

249. Jay Lee, WR Baylor

250. Matt Johnson, QB Bowling Green

251. Anthony Fabiano, OG Harvard

252. Don Cherry, LB Villanova

253. James Burgess, LB Louisville

254. Briean Boddy-Calhoun, CB Minnesota

255. Doug Middleton, S Appalachian State

256. Prince Charles Iworah, CB Western Kentucky

257. Jakeem Grant, WR Texas Tech

258. Trevone Boykin, QB TCU

259. Ryan O’Malley, TE Penn

260. Matt Skura, C Duke

261. Ka’imi Fairbairn, K UCLA

262. Brandon Allen, QB Arkansas

263. Roger Lewis, WR Bowling Green

264. Anthony Brown, CB Purdue

265. Cody Core, WR Ole Miss

266. Juston Burris, CB North Carolina State

267. Josh Forrest, LB Kentucky

268. Jake Brendel, C UCLA

269. Dakota Gordon, FB San Diego State

270. Nile Lawrence-Stample, DT Florida State

271. Roy Robertson-Harris, DE UTEP

272. Tyler Marz, OT Wisconsin

273. Jamaal Jones, WR Montana

274. Joel Heath, DT Michigan State

275. Blake Martinez, LB Stanford

276. Jordan Lomax, S Iowa

277. Taveze Calhoun, CB Mississippi State

278. Jake Ganus, LB Georgia

279. Vincent Valentine, DT Nebraska

280. Ryker Matthews, OT BYU

281. Cayleb Jones, WR Arizona

282. Antonio Morrison, LB Florida

283. Brandon Doughty, QB Western Kentucky

284. Brandon Wilds, RB South Carolina

285. Lawrence Thomas, DE Michigan State

286. Darius Latham, DT Indiana

287. Ben Craddock, K Maryland

288. Ken Crawley, CB Colorado

289. Luther Maddy, DT Virginia Tech

290. Jason Fanaika, DE Utah

291. Kelvin Taylor, RB Florida

292. Cody Kessler, QB USC

293. DeAndre Washington, RB Texas Tech

294. Devaunte Sigler, DT Jacksonville State

295. Mike Jordan, CB Missouri Western

296. Devante Bond, LB Oklahoma

297. Jake McGee, TE Florida

298. Tyler Matakevich, LB Temple

299. Rodney Coe, DT Akron

300. Aaron Green, RB TCU

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