The final countdown: Paul Conner's final offensive rankings for the 2016 NFL Draft

Goff or Wentz? Treadwell or Doctson? Tunsil or Stanley? Breaking Burgundy Film Analyst Paul Conner ranks the 2016 offensive draft prospects one last time.

Draft week is finally here which means months and months of work is about to be put to the test. Game film, the combine, pro days, interviews, and visits have been studied and restudied ad nauseum by media, scouts and NFL teams alike. Below, you will find my third and final draft rankings on offense for the 2016 NFL Draft. Click here for the defensive rankings to see Jack or Ragland, Apple or Alexander, Floyd or Lawson.

Quarterback

1. Jared Goff - California

2. Carson Wentz - North Dakota State

3. Paxton Lynch - Memphis

4. Connor Cook - Michigan State

5. Christian Hackenberg - Penn State

6. Brandon Allen - Arkansas

7. Dak Prescott - Mississippi State

8. Kevin Hogan - Stanford

9. Cardale Jones - Ohio State

10. Jacob Coker - Alabama

11. Brandon Doughty - Western Kentucky

12. Nate Sudfeld - Indiana

13. Jacoby Brissett - NC State

14. Jeff Driskel - LA Tech

15. Mike Bercovici - Arizona State

16. Cody Kessler - USC

17. Jake Rudock - Michigan

18. Vernon Adams - Oregon

19. Trevone Boykin - TCU

20. Vad Lee - James Madison

Running Back

1. Ezekiel Elliott - Ohio State

2. Kenneth Dixon - LA Tech

3. Paul Perkins - UCLA

4. Derrick Henry - Alabama

5. Jordan Howard - Indiana

6. Devontae Booker - Utah

7. Jonathan Williams - Arkansas

8. Alex Collins - Arkansas

9. C.J. Prosise - Notre Dame

10. Kenyan Drake - Alabama

11. Kelvin Taylor - Florida

12. Aaron Green - TCU

13. Josh Ferguson - Illinois

14. Tre Madden - USC

15. Deandre Washington - Texas Tech

16. Tyler Ervin - San Jose State

17. Leon Allen - Western Kentucky

18. Devon Johnson - Marshall

19. Daniel Lasco - California

20. Peyton Barber - Auburn

21. Keenan Reynolds - Navy

22. Kenneth Farrow - Houston

23. Storm Woods - Oregon State

24. Johnathan Gray - Texas 

25. Tra Carson - Texas A & M

26. Brandon Wilds - South Carolina

27. Derek Watt - Wisconsin

28. Marshaun Coprich - Illinois State

Wide Receiver

1. Laquon Treadwell - Ole Miss

2. Michael Thomas - Ohio State

3. Josh Doctson - TCU

4. Corey Coleman - Baylor

5. Will Fuller - Notre Dame

6. Tyler Boyd - Pittsburgh

7. Sterling Shepard - Oklahoma

8. Charone Peake - Clemson

9. Pharoh Cooper - South Carolina

10. Braxton Miller - Ohio State

11. Leonte Carroo - Rutgers

12. Jalin Marshall - Ohio State

12. Kenny Lawler - California

13. Hunter Sharp - Utah State

14. Rashard Higgins - Colorado State

15. Tajae Sharpe - UMass

16. Daniel Braverman - Western Michigan

17. Demarcus Robinson - Florida

18. Kolby Listenbee - TCU

19. Ricardo Louis - Auburn

20. Roger Lewis - Bowling Green

21. Aaron Burbridge - Michigan State

22. Keyarris Garrett - Tulsa

23. Jay Lee - Baylor

24. Moritz Boehringer - Germany

25. Bralon Addison - Oregon

26. Malcolm Mitchell - Georgia

27. D.J. Foster - Arizona State

28. Jordan Payton - UCLA

29. Nelson Spruce - Colorado

30. Demarcus Ayers - Houston

31. Marquez North - Tennessee

33. Jordan Williams - Ball State

34. Paul McRoberts - Southeast Missouri State

35. Mike Thomas - Southeastern Mississippi

36. Duke Williams - Auburn

Tight End

1. Hunter Henry - Arkansas

2. Tyler Higbee - Western Kentucky

3. Austin Hooper - Stanford 

4. Nick Vannett - Ohio State

5. Jerell Adams - South Carolina

6. Bryce Williams - East Carolina

7. Devon Cajuste - Stanford

8. Thomas Duarte - UCLA

9. Jake McGee - Florida

10. Henry Krieger-Coble - Iowa

11. Ben Braunecker - Harvard

12. David Grinnage - N.C. State

13. Darion Griswold - Arkansas State

14. Beau Sandland - Montana State

15. David Morgan - Texas-San Antonio

16. Sean Price - South Florida

17. Josh Perkins - Washington

18. Ben McCord - Central Michigan

19. Ryan Malleck - Virginia Tech

20. Tanner McEvoy - Wisconsin

Offensive Tackle

1. Laremy Tunsil - Ole Miss

2. Ronnie Stanley - Notre Dame

3. Jack Conklin - Michigan State

4. Taylor Decker - Ohio State

5. Le'Raven Clark - Texas Tech

6. Jason Spriggs - Indiana

7. Willie Beavers - Western Michigan

8. Shon Coleman - Auburn

9. Jerald Hawkins - LSU

10. Kyle Murphy - Stanford

11. Brandon Shell - South Carolina

12. Pearce Slater - San Diego State

13. Joe Haeg - North Dakota State

14. Tyler Johnstone - Oregon

15. John Theus - Georgia

16. Jordan Swindle - Kentucky

17. Cole Toner - Harvard

18. Halapoulivaati Vaitai - TCU

19. Nick Richter - Richmond

20. Fahn Cooper - Mississippi

21. Tyler Marz - Wisconsin

22. Clint Van Horn - Marshall

23. Stephane Nembot - Colorado

24. Taylor Fallin - Memphis

Offensive Guard

1. Germain Ifedi - Texas A& M

2. Joshua Garnett - Stanford

3. Sebastian Tretola - Arkansas

4. Landon Turner - North Carolina

5. Rees Odhiambo - Boise State

6. Connor McGovern - Missouri

7. Darrell Greene - San Diego State

8. Joe Dahl - Washington State

9. Dominick Jackson - Alabama

10. Vadal Alexander - LSU

11. Denver Kirkland - Arkansas

12. Spencer Drango - Baylor

13. Landon Turner - North Carolina

14. Parker Ehinger - Cincinnati

15. Aaron Morris - Ole Miss

16. Avery Young - Auburn

17. Eric MacLain - Clemson

18. Vi Teofilo - Arizona State

19. Chase Farris - Ohio State

20. Marquis Lucas - West Virginia

Center

1. Ryan Kelly - Alabama

2. Cody Whitehair - Kansas State

3. Christian Westerman - Arizona State

4. Jack Allen - Michigan State

5. Nick Martin - Notre Dame

6. Max Tuerk - USC

7. Evan Boehm - Missouri

8. Kyle Friend - Temple

9. Graham Glasgow - Michigan

10. Isaac Seumalo - Oregon State

11. Alex Redmond - UCLA

12. Austin Blythe - Iowa

13. Jordan Walsh - Iowa

14. Joe Thuney - N.C. State

15. Matt Skura - Duke

Paul Conner is the Film Analyst and Draft Evaluator at Breaking Burgundy. You can follow him on Twitter @P_ConnerJr

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