Updated 2015 Offensive Positional Rankings, as of January, 23rd, 2015

Quarterbacks:

1 Marcus Mariota*, Oregon

– Mariota has great size, good accurate QB, great on short passes, he is a fast QB, good at fitting the ball in tight spots, but he does tend to hold onto the ball for too long at times, and not the most accurate on deep passes, but I expect him to be the 1st or 2nd QB off the board in April.

2 Jameis Winston*, Florida State

– Winston has a solid frame, size wise, beautiful release, good arm strength, and a good accurate ball thrown, but he forces some throws, and over throws some passes, but he should be among the first 2 QBs selected in April.

3 Brett Hundley*, UCLA

– Hundley has good size,  good accuracy, fits the ball in tight spots so nicely, has good speed, and is a good scrambling QB, but he does throw too many balls in double, and triple coverage, but he should be a 1st round pick come April.

4 Bryce Petty, Baylor

– Petty has good arm strength, he is a decent running QB, and has decent accuracy, but over throws at times, and is under a ton of pressure too much.

5 Sean Mannion, Oregon State

– Mannion has good size, decent speed, and good arm strength, but over throws at times, and not the most accurate QB

 

Running Backs:

1 Melvin Gordon*, Wisconsin

– Gordon has really good size, he is a play maker, makes something out of nothing, good pass, and run blocker, and is a TD machine, but he doesn’t have elite back speed, and he gets stuffed at the line of scrimmage at times, but he should be a 1st-round pick this April.

2 Todd Gurley*, Georgia

– Gurley has good size, is a really good play maker, a tough runner, and a good blocker, but he doesn’t have elite breakaway speed, and suffered an ACL injury this past season, but he should still be 1st-2nd round pick this April in my opinion.

3 Tevin Coleman*, Indiana

– Coleman has good size for a back, decent speed, good vision, a good runner, and a play maker, but he gets stuffed at the lie of scrimmage at times, and drops some easy passes out of the backfield, but I expect him to be a 1st-2nd round pick come April.

4 Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska

– Abdullas has ideal speed to be a great back in the NFL, he is a tough runner, play maker, good runner, and has good vision, but the only knock on him is his size frame, he is a bit small, but I expect Abdullah to be a 2nd round pick this April.

5 Duke Johnson*, Miami(Fla.)

– Johnson has great speed, great vision, is a play maker, and is a great pass catching back, but he is a more undersized back, and has issues hanging onto the football, but I expect Johnson to be a 2nd round pick come April.

6 T.J. Yeldon*, Alabama

– Yeldon has great size, good speed, is a tough runner, and has good vision for a back, but he isn’t the best pass blocker, and gets stuffed at times, but expect him to be selected in the 2nd-3rd round area come April.

7 Mike Davis*, South Carolina

– Davis is a tough runner, a play maker, has good vision, and is a good pass catching back, but he is a smaller back, he isn’t the fastest back, and has issues getting stuffed at the line of scrimmage at times, but I expect him to be a 2nd-3rd round pick come April.

8 Jay Ajayi*, Boise State

– Ajayi has really good size, is a dynamic runner, has god vision, and is a play maker, but he does tend to get stuffed at the line of scrimmage at times, but I expect him to be a 2nd-3rd round pick come April.

 

Wide Receivers:

1 Amari Cooper*, Alabama

– Cooper has a good size frame, has good speed, is a dynamic play maker, and is a decent blocker, and I honestly don’t see any flaws, he may be the best WR to come out since the 2011 draft, when we saw Julio Jones, and AJ Green selected in the top 7, so I expect Cooper to be the 1st WR taken in the draft this April.

2 Kevin White, West Virginia

– White has a great size frame, great speed, he is a polished WR, maybe the most polished WR in the draft this year, a dynamic WR, good pass catcher, and a good blocker overall, so not many flaws that I can see, so I expect him to be a 1st-round pick come April.

3 DeVante Parker*, Louisville

– Parker has good size, has decent speed, gets open easily, and often beats 1 on 1 coverage, but he isn’t overally fast looking, but I expect him to be a 1st-round pick come April.

4 Dorial Green-Beckahm*, Oklahoma

– Green-Beckham has great size, has great speed, is a good pass catcher, is a deep threat, and a play maker, but had off the field issues at Missouri, as he got kicked off the football team, so I wonder how that will play into his draft stock, and you have to wonder how in shape he is, but I still expect him to be a 1st-round pick come April.

5 Devin Funchess*, Michigan

– Funchess has really good size, is a great deep threat, and is an all-around great play maker, but he isn’t the fastest, as he played TE to before moving to WR, but I expect Funchess to be a 1st-round pick come April.

6 Jaelen Strong*, Arizona State

– Strong has great size, a great play maker, and a great pass catcher, but he isn’t the fastest WR on the field, but he should be a 1st-round pick come April.

7 Sammie Coates*, Auburn

– Coates has good size, he posses good speed, is a dynamic play maker, great pass catcher, great deep threat, and is an overall great weapon on offense, but he could be described as a developmental prospect, but I expect him to be a 2nd round pick in April.

8 Justin Hardy, East Carolina

– Hardy is a great pass catcher, a solid route runner, has good speed, and makes plays all the time, but he did come in undersized at the Senior Bowl weigh-in’s, but he has so much upside, that I see him being a 2nd-round pick come April.

9 Nelson Agholor, USC

– Agholor has good size, is a good pass catcher, a play maker, but he lacks elite speed,  but that shouldn’t stop him from being a 2nd-3rd round pick.

10 Rashad Greene, Florida State

– Greene has great speed, is a versatile player, can  play WR, and be a Returner for you, and is a good play maker, but he is a bit on the light size, but I expect Greene to be a 2nd-3rd round pick come April.

 

Tight Ends:

1 Maxx Williams*, Minnesota

–  Williams has a great size frame, is a solid all-around blocker, and a good pass catcher, but he is on the slow side, but I expect him to be the 1st TE taken in April.

2 Nick O’Leary, Florida State

– O’Leary has a solid size frame, is a good pass catcher, and a good all-around blocker, but he does run some wrong routes, and isn’t the fastest TE, but he should still be an early round pick come April.

3 Ben Koyack, Notre Dame

– Koyack has great size, is a good run, and pass blocker, has proven that he can be a good pass catcher, but he does get pushes around the line of scrimmage at times, but I expect Koyack to be a early round pick come April.

4 Clive Walford, Miami(Fla.)

– Walford has a solid size frame, is a good run blocker, and a good pass catcher, but is a slower TE, but he should still be in the mid round area, maybe as early as the 3rd-round come April.

5 Jesse James*, Penn State

– James has an awesome size frame, is a good pass catcher, and a good all-around blocker, but he is on the slow side, but I expect him to be a mid round pick, possibly as early as the 3rd-round come April.

 

Centers:

1 Cameron Erving, Florida State

– Erving has great size, is a good blocker, both run and pass, is versatile, can play Center, and Tackle, but is a tad slow, but he should be the 1st Center taken in April.

2 Hroniss Grasu, Oregon

– Grasu has an awesome size frame, a solid pass, and run blocker, and a mauler,  but he is on the slow side, but I expect him to be a early round pick come April.

3 Reese Dismukes, Auburn

– Dismukes has great size, is a good blocker, and a mauler, but he is on the slow side.

4 Jake Smith, Louisville

– Smith is like most Centers, he is a big guy, a solid blocker, but on the slow side.

5 David Andrews, Georgia

– Andrews has solid size, a good blocker, but he is on the slow side.

 

Offensive Guards:

1 A.J. Cann, South Carolina

– Cann has solid size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and is a mauler on the line, but he is on the slow side, but I expect him to be the 1st Guard taken in April.

2 Josue Matias, Florida State

– Matias has a great size frame, is a good run, and pass blocker, and is a mauler, but he struggles against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.

3 Tre’ Jackson, Florida State

– Jackson has solid size, is a good run, and pass blocker, and is a mauler, but like most Guards his size, he struggles against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.

4 Arie Kouandjio, Alabama

– Kouandjio has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and is a mauler, but struggles against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.

5 Laken Tomlinson, Duke

– Tomlinson has a great size frame, is a good run, and pass blocker, and is a mauler on the line, but he struggles against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.

 

Offensive Tackles:

1 Brandon Scherff, Iowa

– Scherff has a big body, is a good pass, and run blocker, and is a mauler on the line, but he is a little slow, but not bad, I expect him to be among the top 2 Tackles taken in April.

2 Andrus Peat*, Stanford

– Peat has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and is a mauler on the line, but he is on the slow side, but I expect him to be among the top 2 Tackles taken in April.

3 La’el Collins, LSU

– Collins has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and is a mauler, but is on the slow side, but I expect him to be a 1st-round pick come April.

4 Ereck Flowers*, Miami(Fla.)

– Flowers has an awesome size frame, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and is just a mauler on the line, but he is on the slow side, but he should still be a 1st-round pick come April.

5 Darryl Williams, Oklahoma

– Williams has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and is a mauler on the line, but he is on the slow side, but he should still be a 1st-2nd round pick come April.