Top 100 NFL draft prospects


Top 100 NFL draft prospects by grade.

Chase Young, Ohio State, dl 7.37

Jeff Okudah, Ohio State, cb 7.15

Derrick Brown, Auburn, dl 7.11

Isaiah Simmons, Clemson, lb 7.08

Joe Burrow, LSU, qb 7.07

K’Lavon Chaisson, LSU, lb 6.88

Jedrick Wills, Alabama, ol 6.85

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama, qb 6.82

Ceedee Lamb, Oklahoma, wr 6.81

Jerry Jeudy, Alabama, wr 6.80

D’Andre Swift, Georgia, rb 6.78

C.J. Henderson, Florida, cb 6.74

Mekhi Becton, Louisville, ol 6.74

Patrick Queen, LSU, lb 6.71

Henry Ruggs III, Alabama, wr 6.70

Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina, dl 6.70

Laviska Shenault Jr., Colorado, wr 6.50

Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State, dl 6.50

Zack Baun, Wisconsin, lb 6.50

Andrew Thomas, Georgia, ol 6.49

Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma, lb 6.49

Tristan Wirfs, Iowa, ol 6.48

Tee Higgins, Clemson, wr 6.45

Justin Herbert, Oregon, qb 6.45

Jaylon Johnson, Utah, cb 6.43

Justin Jefferson, LSU, wr 6.43

Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin, rb 6.41

K.J. Hamler, Penn State, wr 6.40

Jeff Gladney, Texas Christian, cb 6.40

Jalen Reagor, Texas Christian, wr 6.39

Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU, rb 6.39

Trevon Diggs, Alabama, cb 6.39

Ross Blacklock, Texas Christian, dl 6.39

Michael Pittman, USC, wr 6.38

Xavier Mckinney, Alabama, s 6.38

A.J. Epenesa, Iowa, dl 6.38

J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State, rb 6.38

Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State, wr 6.38

Cesar Ruiz, Michigan, ol 6.37

Josh Jones, Houston, ol 6.37

Antoine Winfield Jr., Minnesota, s 6.36

A.J. Terrell, Clemson, cb 6.36

Jordan Elliott, Missouri, dl 6.36

John Simpson, Clemson, ol 6.35

Jordan Love, Utah State, qb 6.35

Terrell Lewis, Alabama, lb 6.35

Raekwon Davis, Alabama, dl 6.35

Marlon Davidson, Auburn, dl 6.35

Lloyd Cushenberry, LSU, ol 6.35

Chase Claypool, Notre Dame, wr 6.35

Cam Akers, Florida State, rb 6.35

Isaiah Wilson, Georgia, ol 6.34

Zack Moss, Utah, rb 6.34

Cole Kmet, Notre Dame, te 6.34

Austin Jackson, USC, ol 6.34

Malik Harrison, Ohio State, lb 6.34

Logan Wilson, Wyoming, lb 6.33

Alton Robinson, Syracuse, dl 6.33

Denzel Mims, Baylor, wr 6.33

Ashtyn Davis, California, s 6.33

Bryce Hall, Virginia, cb 6.32

Kyle Dugger, Lenoir-Rhyne, s 6.32

Harrison Bryant, Florida Atlantic, te 6.32

Jordan Brooks, Texas Tech, lb 6.32

Jabari Zuniga, Florida, dl 6.31

Amik Robertson, Louisiana Tech, cb 6.30

Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M, dl 6.30

Grant Delpit, LSU, s 6.30

Lucas Niang, Texas Christian, ol 6.29

Noah Igbinoghene, Auburn, cb 6.29

Kristian Fulton, LSU, cb 6.29

Bryan Edwards, South Carolina, wr 6.29

Ezra Cleveland, Boise State, ol 6.29

Robert Hunt, Louisiana-Lafayette, ol 6.28

Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn, ol 6.27

Anfernee Jennings, Alabama, lb 6.27

Van Jefferson, Florida, wr 6.27

Antonio Gandy-Golden, Liberty, wr 6.27

A.J. Dillon, Boston College, rb 6.27

Josh Uche, Michigan, lb 6.26

Julian Okwara, Notre Dame, dl 6.26

Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State, cb 6.26

Devin Asiasi, UCLA, te 6.26

Jacob Eason, Washington, qb 6.25

Gabriel Davis, UCF, wr 6.25

Tyre Phillips, Mississippi State, ol 6.24

Lynn Bowden, Kentucky, wr 6.24

Julian Blackmon, Utah, s 6.24

Jason Strowbridge, North Carolina, dl 6.23

Damien Lewis, LSU, ol 6.22

Trevis Gipson, Tulsa, dl 6.22

Jonathan Greenard, Florida, dl 6.21

Adam Trautman, Dayton, te 6.20

Saahdiq Charles, LSU, ol 6.20

Terrell Burgess, Utah, s 6.20

Troy Dye, Oregon, lb 6.19

Davion Taylor, Colorado, lb 6.18

Matt Hennessy, Temple, ol 6.18

Darrynton Evans, Appalachian State, rb 6.18

Ben Bartch, St. John’s (Minn.), ol 6.18

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Grade:

8.0 — The perfect prospect

7.3-7.5 — Perennial All-Pro

7.0-7.1 — Pro Bowl talent

6.7-6.8 — Year 1 quality starter

6.5 — Boom or bust prospect

6.3-6.4 — Will be starter within first two seasons

6.1-6.2 — Good backup who could become starter

Source: NFL.com

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