Final 2015 Offensive Positional Rankings, as of April, 28th, 2015

My Positional Rankings, with Measurements, and Notes: (Not all the way complete)

Below are my Final Positional Rankings, Offensive wise

Quarterbacks:

1. Marcus Mariota*, Oregon (6’3, 222 lbs, 4.52 40 Time)

Analysis: Mariota is a good accurate QB, he has good size, is great in short passes, a fast and speedy QB, good at fitting the ball into tight spots, pro ready, and dangerous with both his arm, and feet. While he doesn’t have the best accurate long ball, and he tends to hold onto the ball for too long.

2. Jameis Winston*, Florida State (6’4, 230 lbs, 4.80 40 Time)

Analysis: Winston has a good size frame, beautiful release, good arm strength, and good accuracy. However he tends to force throws, and over throws some passes.

3. Brett Hundley*, UCLA (6’3, 226 lbs, 4.63 40 Time)

Anaysis: Hundley has good size, has good accuracy, fits the ball into tight spots nicely, is a good scrambling QB, and has good speed. However he does tend to throw into double and triple coverage at times.

4. Garrett Grayson, Colorado State (6’2, 213 lbs, 4.85 40 Time)

Analysis: Grayson is a high riser, with nice size, good accuracy, good arm strength. But he doesn’t have great speed, and some could say that he is being overhyped due to playing in a lower level FBS conference.

5. Bryce Petty, Baylor (6’3, 230 lbs, 4.87 40 Time)

Analysis: Petty has good arm strength, is a decent running QB, and has decent accuracy. He does tend to over throw at times, and is under a ton of pressure.

6. Sean Mannion, Oregon State (6’6, 229 lbs, 5.14 40 Time)

Analysis: Mannion has great size, and good arm strength. However he tends to over throw at times, along with not being the most accurate QB, and not having the best speed.

7. Shane Carden, East Carolina (6’2, 218 lbs, 4.94 40 Time)
8. Connor Halliday, Washington State (6’3, 196 lbs, 4.87 40 Time)
9. Cody Fajardo, Nevada (6’1, 223 lbs, 4.63 40 Time)
10. Brandon Bridge, South Alabama (6’4, 229 lbs, 4.72 40 Time)
11. Blake Sims, Alabama (5’11, 218 lbs, 4.57 40 Time)
12. Bryan Bennett, SE Louisiana (6’2, 211 lbsm 4.81 40 Time)

Running Backs:

1. Melvin Gordon*, Wisconsin (6’0, 215 lbs, 4.52 40 Time)

Analysis: Gordon possesses good size, is a play maker, always makes something out of nothing, is a good pass, and run blocker, and a TD machine. But he doesn’t have elite breakaway speed, and he tends to get stuffed at the line of scrimmage at times.

2. Todd Gurley*, Georgia (6’0, 222 lbs, 4.50 40 Time)

Analysis: Gurley has good size, is a play maker, a tough runner, good blocker, and has good vision. He doesn’t posses elite breakaway speed, and he is coming off an ACL injury, so that may be of concern to some teams.

3. Tevin Coleman*, Indiana (5’11, 206 lbs, 4.55 40 Time)

Analysis: Coleman has good size, possesses good vision, is a good runner, and a play maker. He does get stuffed at times, drops some easy passes, and doesn’t have elite speed.

4. Jay Ajayi*, Boise State (5’9, 205 lbs, 4.57 40 Time)

Analysis: Ajayi is a dynamic runner, has good vision, is an all around play maker, and a TD machine. He doesn’t have the best speed, he does get stuffed at times, and he came in undersized at the combine.

5. Duke Johnson*, Miami(Fla.) (5’9, 207 lbs, 4.54 40 Time)

Analysis: Johnson has great vision, he looks faster on tape than what his 40 time indicates, is a play maker, a great pass catching back, and a tough runner. He is an undersized back, and he has issues holding onto the ball.

6. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska (5’9, 205 lbs, 4.60 40 Time)

Analysis: Abdullah looks faster on tape than his 40 time indicates, he is a tough runner, has good vision, and is a play maker. He is undersized, and had fumble issues in college.

7. David Cobb, Minnesota (5’11, 229 lbs, 4.81 40 Time)

Analysis: Cobb has good size, is a play maker, tough runner, has good vision, and a workhorse. He however doesn’t have the best speed.

8. David Johnson, Northern Iowa (6’1, 224 lbs, 4.50 40 Time)

Analysis: Johnson has great size, good speed, a tough runner, and has good vision. However maybe playing for a lower level school could make his stats look better than they are.

9. T.J. Yeldon*, Alabama (6’1, 226 lbs, 4.61 40 Time)

Analysis: Yeldon has great size, looks faster on tape than what his 40 time would indicate, is a tough runner, and has good vision. However he is not the best pass blocker, and gets stuffed at times.

10. Mike Davis*, South Carolina (5’9, 217 lbs, 4.61 40 Time)

Analysis: Davis is a tough runner, a play maker, has good vision, and a good pass catching back. However he is a smaller back, not the fastest back, and gets stuffed at times.

11. Javorious Allen*, USC (6’0, 221 lbs, 4.53 40 Time)
12. Jeremy Langford, Michigan State (6’0, 208 lbs, 4.42 40 Time)
13. Cameron Artis-Payne, Auburn (5’10, 212 lbs, 4.53 40 Time)
14. Karlos Williams, Florida State (6’0, 230 lbs, 4.48 40 Time)
15. Matt Jones*, Florida (6’2, 231 lbs, 4.61 40 Time)
16. Malcolm Brown, Texas (5’11, 224 lbs, 4.62 40 Time)
17. Tyler Varga, Yale (5’11. 222 lbs)
18. Marcus Murphy, Missouri (5’8, 193 lbs, 4.61 40 Time)
19. Josh Robinson*, Mississippi State (5’9, 215 lbs, 4.65 40 Time)
20. Dominique Brown, Louisville (6’2, 234 lbs, 4.60 40 Time)
21. Trey Williams*, Texas A&M (5’7, 195 lbs, 4.49 40 Time)
22. Terrance Magee, LSU (5’8, 213 lbs, 4.57 40 Time)

Wide Receiver:

1. Amari Cooper*, Alabama (6’0, 201 lbs, 4.42 40 Time)

Analysis: Cooper has good size, really good speed, is a dynamic play maker, a decent blocker, great pass catcher, and ready for the NFL. I honestly see no flaws for him.

2. Kevin White, West Virginia (6’2, 215 lbs, 4.35 40 Time)

Analysis: White has great size, great speed, a polished WR, dynamic WR, good pass catcher, and a good blocker. Also not many flaws in his game.

3. DeVante Parker*, Louisville (6’2, 209 lbs, 4.45 40 Time)

Analysis: Parker has good size, good speed, gets open easily, beat 1-on-1 coverage, is a good pass catcher, and a play maker. He isn’t overly fast, but not many other flaws.

4. Dorial Green-Beckham*, Oklahoma (6’5, 237 lbs, 4.49 40 Time)

Analysis: Green-Beckham has great size, good speed, is a good pass catcher, a deep threat, and an overall play maker. His only problem is he was kicked off the Missouri football team, and didn’t play at all in 2014.

5. Breshad Perriman*, Central Florida (6’2, 212 lbs, 4.50 40 Time)

Analysis: Perriman is a high riser, he has great size, good speed, good pass catcher. But his high rise could be a product of having such a great combine and pro day.

6. Jaelen Strong*, Arizona State (6’2, 217 lbs, 4.44 40 Time)

Analysis: Strong has great size, is a play maker, great pass catcher, gets open easily, and beats double coverage. Even though he had a great 40 time at the combine, he just doesn’t seem that fast in pads.

7. Phillip Dorsett, Miami(Fla.) (5’9, 185 lbs, 4.33 40 Time)

Analysis: Dorsett has great speed, has good hands, is a good pass catcher, and can return kicks/punts. His down side is that he is undersized, and has had some durability issues.

8. Devin Funchess*, Michigan (6’4, 232 lbs, 4.70 40 Time)

Analysis: Funchess has great size, is a great deep threat, a play maker, versatile, as he can play WR and TE, a god pass catcher, and a good blocker. Because he started out as a TE, he doesn’t have the ideal WR speed, which could cause him to move back to TE in the NFL.

9. Nelson Agholor*, USC (6’1, 198 lbs, 4.42 40 Time)

Analysis: Agholor is a high riser, with reports suggesting he could go as high as Top 15, he has nice size, a good pass catcher, and has really good speed. His question marks is he doesn’t seem to like contact.

10. Devin Smith, Ohio State (6’0, 196 lbs, 4.42 40 Time)

Analysis: Smith has solid size, really good speed, is a solid pass catcher, and a play maker. However he has tough time running routes, but he should be able to prove upon that in the NFL.

11. Justin Hardy, East Carolina (5’10, 192 lbs, 4.56 40 Time)

Analysis: Hardy is a great pass catcher, a solid route runner, and always makes plays. He however isn’t the biggest WR, and isn’t the fastest WR.

12. Jamison Crowder, Duke (5’8, 185 lbs, 4.56 40 Time)

Analysis: Crowder is faster on tape than what his 40 time would indicate, he is a solid pass catcher, a good route runner, and a solid return man. He is undersized though.

13. Tyler Lockett, Kansas State (5’9, 182 lbs, 4.40 40 Time)

Analysis: Lockett is a high riser, he has really good speed, is a good pass catcher, and a good option as a returner. However he is undersized.

14. Sammie Coates*, Auburn (6’1, 212 lbs, 4.43 40 Time)

Analysis: Coates has solid size, has great speed, is a dynamic play maker, a great deep threat, and a great overall weapon. He does have issues with dropping passes, is inconsistent at times, and he could be described as a developmental prospect, as he needs more developing.

15. Rashad Greene, Florida State (5’11, 182 lbs, 4.53 40 Time)

Analysis: Greene is a versatile WR, as he is a solid return man, a play maker, and a solid pass catcher. However he is a bit on the light size, and doesn’t have the greatest speed.

16. Tre McBride, William & Mary (6’0, 210 lbs, 4.41 40 Time)
17. Dezmin Lewis, Central Arkasnas (6’3, 214 lbs, 4.58 40 Time)
18. Josh Harper, Fresno State (6’0, 191 lbs, 4.64 40 Time)
19. Stefon Diggs*, Maryland (6’0, 195 lbs, 4.46 40 Time)
20. Darren Waller, Georgia Tech (6’6, 238 lbs, 4.46 40 Time)
21. Ty Montgomery, Stanford (5’11, 221 lbs, 4.55 40 Time)
22. Vince Mayle, Washington State (6’2, 224 lbs, 4.67 40 Time)
23. Antwan Goodley, Baylor (5’10, 209 lbs, 4.44 40 Time)
24. Tony Lippett, Michigan State (6’2, 192 lbs, 4.62 40 Time)
25. Dres Anderson, Utah (6’1, 187 lbs, 4.55 40 Time)
26. Chris Conley, Georgia (6’1, 213 lbs, 4.35 40 Time)
27. J.J. Nelson, UAB (5’10, 158 lbs, 4.28 40 Time)
28. DaVaris Daniels*, Notre Dame (6’1, 201 lbs, 4.62 40 Time)
29. Da’Ron Brown, Northern Illinois (6’0, 205 lbs, 4.54 40 Time)
30. Rannell Hall, Central Florida (6’0, 198 lbs, 4.60 40 Time)
31. DeAndre Smelter, Georgia Tech (6’2, 226 lbs, 4.58 40 Time)
32. Kenny Bell, Nebraska (6’1, 197 lbs, 4.42 40 Time)
33. Austin Hill, Arizona
34. Titus Davis, Central Michigan (6’0, 196 lbs, 4.51 40 Time)

Tight Ends:

1.Maxx Williams*, Minnesota (6’5, 249 lbs, 4.78 40 Time)

Analysis: Williams has great size, is a solid blocker, a good pass catcher, fights for extra yards, and fights for the ball. Only downside is that he is on the slow side.

2. Clive Walford, Miami(Fla.) (6’4, 251 lbs, 4.79 40 Time)

Analysis: Walford has great size, is a solid blocker, a good run blocker, a good pass catcher, fights for extra yards, and fights for the ball. He is however a slower TE.

3. Nick Boyle, Delaware (6’4, 268 lbs, 4.80 40 Time)

Analysis: Boyle has great size, is a good blocker, and, a decent pass catcher. His downside is his speed, and that he played against lower level competition.

4. Jeff Heuerman, Ohio State (6’5, 254 lbs, 4.75 40 Time)

Analysis: Heuerman is a nice prospect, he has great size, is a good blocker, and good pass catcher. He isn’t the fastest, but that shouldn’t hurt his stock.

5. Jesse James*, Penn State (6’7, 261 lbs, 4.83 40 Time)

Analysis: James has awesome size, a good pass catcher, and a good run, and pass blocker. But with many TEs, James is on the slow side.

6. Nick O’Leary, Florida State (6’3, 252 lbs, 4.93 40 Time)

Analysis: O’Leary has solid size, is a good pass catcher, and a good run, and pass blocker. He did run some wrong routes in college, and isn’t the fastest TE.

7. Ben Koyack, Notre Dame (6’5, 255 lbs, 4.75 40 Time)

Analysis: Koyack has great size, is a good run, and pass blocker, and proved that he can be a good pass catcher. However he did get pushed around at the line of scrimmage at times, and isn’t the fastest TE.

8. Tyler Kroft*, Rutgers (6’6, 246 lbs, 4.80 40 Time)
9. MyCole Pruitt, Southern Illinois (6’2, 251 lbs, 4.58 40 Time)
10. Wes Saxton, Alabama (6’5, 245 lbs, 4.84 40 Time)
11. E.J. Bibbs, Iowa State (6’2, 258 lbs, 4.75 40 Time)
12. Blake Bell, Oklahoma (6’6, 252 lbs, 4.80 40 Time)
13. Gerald Christian, Louisville (6’3, 244 lbs, 4.87 40 Time)
14. Jean Sifrin, Umass (6’4, 250 lbs, 4.77 40 Time)
15. C.J. Uzomah, Auburn (6’5, 264 lbs, 4.75 40 Time)

Centers:

1. Cameron Erving, Florida State (6’5, 313 lbs, 5.15 40 Time)

Analysis: Erving is a good blocker, both in the passing, and running game, and is versatile, he can play Tackle, Guard, and Center. Like many offensive lineman, Erving isn’t fast, but he is athletic for a man his size.

2. Hroniss Grasu, Oregon (6’3, 297 lbs, 5.10 40 Time)

Analysis: Grasu has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and a mauler. He is on the slow side.

3. Reese Dismukes, Auburn (6’3, 296 lbs, 5.31 40 Time)
4. Max Garcia, Florida (6’4, 309 lbs, 5.25 40 Time)
5. B.J. Finney, Kansas State (6’4, 318 lbs, 5.25 40 Time)
6. Shaq Mason, Georgia Tech (6’1, 300 lns, 5.25 40 Time)

Offensive Guards:

1. A.J. Cann, South Carolina (6’4, 311 lbs, 5.20 40 Time)

Analysis: Cann has solid size, is a solid pass and run blocker, and just a mauler. He is on the slow side.

2. D.J. Humphries, Florida (6’5, 307 lbs, 5.12 40 Time)

Analysis: Humphries has great size, a good run, and pass blocker, versatile, can play Tackle, and Guards. His downside is he is on the slow side.

3. John Miller, Louisville (6’2, 303 lbs, 5.34 40 Time)

Analysis: Miller has decent size, a good blocker, and a mauler. He struggles against fast defenders, and doesn’t have great speed.

4. Laken Tomlinson, Duke (6’3, 330 lbs, 5.25 40 Time)

Analysis: Tomlinson has great size, is a mauler, and is a good pass, and run blocker. However he struggles against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.

5. Arie Kouandjio, Alabama (6’5, 315 lbs, 5.45 40 Time)

Analysis: Kouandjio has awesome size, a solid run, and pass blocker, and a mauler. He is on the sow side, and gets beat by fast defenders.

6. Ali Marpet, Hobart (6’4, 307 lbs, 4.98 40 Time)

Analysis: Hobart has great size, good run, and pass blocker, and a mauler. He also has decent speed for a man of his size. His only downside is that he faced mostly lower level competition in college.

7. Jamil Douglas, Arizona State (6’4, 304 lbs, 5.25 40 Time)

Analysis: Douglas has a really good size frame, solid in the blocking department, and a mauler. He struggles against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.

8. Josue Matias, Florida State (6’5, 309 lbs, 5.52 40 Time)

Analysis: Matias has great size, is a good pass, and run blocker, and is a mauler. He tends to struggle against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.

9. Tre Jackson, Florida State (6’4, 330 lbs, 5.52 40 Time)

Analysis: Jackson has solid size, is a good run, and pass blocker, and a mauler. He is on the slow side, and struggles against fast defenders.

10. Mitch Morse, Missouri (6’5, 305 lbs, 5.14 40 Time)
11. Robert Myers, Tennessee State (6’5, 326 lbs, 5.44 40 Time)
12.Jon Feliciano, Miami(Fla.) (6’4, 323 lbs, 5.33 40 Time)
13. Mark Glowinski, West Virginia (6’4, 307 lbs, 5.20 40 Time)
14. Jamon Brown, Louisville (6’5, 323 lbs, 5.45 40 Time)
15. Bobby Hart, Florida State (6’5, 3329 lbs, 5.45 40 Time)
16. Adam Shead, Oklahoma (6’4, 338 lbs, 5.74 40 Time)

Offensive Tackles:

1. Brandon Scherff, Iowa (6’5, 319 lbs, 5.05 40 Time)

Analysis: Scherff has a big body, good size and weight, and a good overall blocker. He is on the slow side, and may have to move inside to Guard in the NFL.

2. La’el Collins, LSU (6’4, 310 lbs, 5.19 40 Time)

Analysis: Collins has an awesome size frame, solid pass, and run blocker, and a mauler. He also has the ability to play inside at Guard. He is on the slow side.

3. Ereck Flowers*, Miami(Fla.) (6’6, 329 lbs, 5.31 40 Time)

Analysis: Flowers has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, a mauler, and an ideal Left Tackle. He is on the slow side, but that shouldn’t effect his stock.

4. Andrus Peat*, Stanford (6’7, 313 lbs, 5.18 40 Time)

Analysis: Peat has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, a mauler, and to me an ideal Left Tackle. He is on the slow side though.

5. Jake Fisher, Oregon (6’6, 306 lbs, 5.01 40 Time)

Analysis: Fisher has an awesome size frame, a solid run, and pass blocker. He is on the slow side, but he has been a high riser. One big upside is the fact that he could move inside and play Guard.

6. T.J. Clemmings, Pittsburgh (6’3, 313 lbs, 5.15 40 Time)

Analysis: Clemmings has an awesome size frame, a solid pass and run blocker, and a mauler. He is however on the slow side.

7. Daryl Williams, Oklahoma (6’5, 327 lbs, 5.34 40 Time)

Analysis: Williams has awesome size, a solid pass, and run blocker, and an all around mauler. He s however on the slower side.

8. Ty Sambarilo, Colorado State (6’6, 311 lbs, 5.36 40 Time)

Analysis: Sambarilo has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and a mauler. He is on the slow side, and inconsistent at times.

9. Donovan Smith*, Ohio State (6’6, 338 lbs, 5.27 40 Time)
10. Rob Havenstein, Wisconsin (6’7, 321 lbs, 5.48 40 Time)
11. Cedric Ogbuhei, Texas A&M (6’5, 306 lbs, 5.00 40 Time)
12. Jeremiah Poutasi*, Utah (6’5, 335 lbs, 5.32 40 Time)
13. Sean Hickey, Syracuse (6’5, 309 lbs, 5.15 40 Time)
14. Austin Shepherd, Alabama (6’4, 315 lbs, 5.39 40 Time)
15. Tyrus Thompson, Oklahoma (6’3, 323 lbs, 5.33 40 Time)
16. Corey Robinson, South Carolina (6’7, 324 lbs, 5.35 40 Time)
17. Terry Poole, San Diego State 6’5, 307 lbs, 5.09 40 Time)
18. Tray Fabuluje, TCU (6’6, 353 lbs, 5.55 40 Time)
19. Laurence Gibson*, Virginia Tech (6’6, 305 lbs, 5.04 40 Time)
20. Andrew Donnal, Iowa (6’4, 313 lbs, 5.31 40 Time)
21. Chaz Green, Florida (6’5, 314 lbs, 5.16 40 Time)