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RankPlayerPositionHeightWeight40 TimeTeamDan HeinsJosh JohnsonMike KrafickAvgSkinny
1Ezekiel ElliotRB6'2254.47DAL1111BEAST! About the only negative with Elliot is his heavy College workload, other than that he has an elite skill set for today's NFL
2Laquon TreadwellWR6' 2"221NAMIN2242.7Consensus number one WR for most people, great hands and plays with a "my ball" mentality.
3Corey ColemanWR5' 11"1944.37CLE4323Hands down most athletic WR in this draft class. Elite production to go along with the athletic profile
4Josh DoctsonWR6' 2"2024.5WSH3433.3Best combine performance of any receiver this year, his stock is rising fast. Labeled as "old" due to having to transfer schools but has all the skills to be a true #1 WR
5Tyler BoydWR6' 1"1974.58CIN5696.7Great production all 3 years at Pitt contributing in all phases of the game. Disappointing combine performance raises some red flags about athleticism
6Derrick HenryRB6' 3"2474.54TEN6967Polarizing but could be very productive early
7Sterling ShepardWR5' 10"1944.48NYG8587Great route runner and phenomenal hands. Likely a slot receiver but should be a productive high volume NFL reciever.
8Michael ThomasWR6' 3"2124.57NO78108.3Looks like a #1 WR in the NFL and had the pedigree (Keyshawn Johnson's nephew). Lack of elite production in college is concerning
9Kenneth DixonRB5' 10"2154.58BLT9101110College stats are ridiculous, will kill you after contact if not probably wrapped, combine numbers put him in rounds 2-3, smaller hands may hurt his stock
10Will FullerWR6'1864.32SEA1171310.3Blazing fast speed that will push him up NFL teams draft boards. Hands are a bit of a concern.
11Devontae BookerRB5' 11"219NADEN16151214.3Knee injury cost him dearly but he should shine when his moments arrives, arguably the #2 RB in class without injury, dual-threat competitor to the bone
12C. J. ProsiseRB6'2204.48SEA2414514.3Former WR, wiggle monster, relies on super athleticism and open space, could be trained to use skills between the tackles
13Hunter HenryTE6' 5"250NASD10171714.7Without question the class of class, amazing hands, lines up all over the field, blocks with venegance, can start from day 1 if needed
14Jordan HowardRB6'230NACHI13161916Big downhill thumper certainly a short yardage specialist early. Very Jeremy Hill like, caught the ball very well at the combine
15Malcolm MitchellWR6'1984.45NE21121516Fought through injuries early in his collegiate career, but has proven production, good hands, and is a smooth route runner.
16Jared GoffQB6' 4"2154.82RAMS18132017Good arm, and touch on deep ball, but struggles with overall accuracy at times, has small hands, and has never played in pro style offense
17Leonte CarooWR6"2114.5MIA1925717Great hands and a bully on the field, gets off press coverage and makes plays after the catch.
18Michael ThomasWR6' 1"200NARAMS30111418.3Small school player that was the biggest combine snub this year. Known to some as "the good Michael Thomas"
19Tyler ErvinRB5' 10"1924.41HOU12192819.7
20Pharoh CooperWR5' 11"203NARAMS20202120.3Great footwork and change of direction, should make his living in the slot over the middle of the field.
21Paul PerkinsRB5' 11"2084.54UCLA23221620.3Suddenness like no other in this class, dual-threat like Gio Bernard, although he lacks bulk
22Keith MarshallRB5' 11"2194.31WSH28181821.3Combine blazer, stuck between Gurley and Chubb, and was a top recruit out of high school, could be mid-round steal, powerful legs
23Austin HooperTE6' 4"2544.75ATL14213423Young and unpolished, great blocker, was not asked to run extended route tree, will need the usual three of development time, decent hands
24Tajae SharpeWR6' 2"1944.55TEN15243023Great footwork helps him get off press coverage. Needs to bulk up a bit but should fill out with time in an NFL weight room.
25Kenyan DrakeRB6' 1"2104.45MIA25232323.7Some compare him to Reggie Bush but Dave Meggett may be more appropriate, will need the right system to flourish given his slight frame
26Paxton LynchQB6' 7"2444.86DEN22282525Tall, athletic QB who moves well for his size. He is a good leader with an average arm, but makes good decisions with the ball overall. May need a year or 2.to master 3, 6, 7 step drops
27Demarcus RobinsonWR6' 1"2034.59KC29262426.3Significant red flags... 3 suspensions for pot use last 2 years. No positive tests recently and had a decent combine. Has rare combination of quickness and staright line speed. Upside but risky.
28Carson WentzQB6' 5"2374.77PHL17323327.3Good size, smart, athletic, accurate QB who played in pro style offense and can make all the throws at the next level.
29Jonathan WilliamsRB5' 11"220NABUF31372230Another injured wonder, will punish between the tackles, not a quick twitcher but a power runner, needs to work on his receiving skills
30Rashard HigginsWR6' 2"1964.64CLE26273830.3Very thin but super productive and reliable, sticky paws, may struggle when pressed
31Alex CollinsRB5' 10"2174.59SEA27382730.7Energetic and equally productive in the stout SEC, needs to refine pass pro but could be a week one starter in 2016
32DeAndre WashingtonRB5' 8"2044.49OAK34332631
33Charone PeakeWR6' 2"2094.45NYJ33363133.3Day 3 hopeful, good size, breaks well, needs more route refinement
34Tyler HigbeeTE6' 4"243NARAMS32314134.7Former WR who added weight and become very soild reliable contributer, knee injury cost him half of 2015 and rendered him unavailable for combine testing, will get deep like no other TE, great shake and bake after catch, needs block refinement
35Braxton MillerWR6' 1"2014.5HOU38353536Phenomal athlete still developing his receiving skills, pure upside!!!!
36Wendell SmallwoodRB5' 10"2084.47PHL45293737Good balance and burst, fights for extra yardage, needs to display better vision and patience
37Keyarris GarrettWR6' 3"2204.53CAR39423639Good speed for his size and has big play ability
38Jordan PaytonWR6' 1"2074.47CLE44304339
39Daniel LascoRB6'2094.48NO49343940.7Combine marvel, game speed not as impressive, dual-threat yes, three down back no
40Jerell AdamsTE6' 5"2474.64NYG354343Had a fantastic combine with the fastest 40 for TEs and tested in top percentile in 20 and 60 yard shuttle. Moving up team's draft boards quickly may need a year or two.
41Christian HackenbergQB6' 4"2234.78NYJ364243Three year starter who did not live up to early expectations, despite setting school records. Struggled with accuracy and production in his last 2 years at Penn St
42Kelvin TaylorRB5' 10"2074.6SF403943.3Dual-threat for sure, good vision and thigh charging thunder, pass pro is okay
43Ricardo LouisWR6' 2"2154.43CLE2943.7
44Chris MooreWR6' 1"2064.53BAL3244.7
45Aaron BurbridgeWR6'2064.56SF404545.3Quietly a vacuum, high football IQ can make up for his shortcomings, chain mover rather than a homer run hitter
46Kolby ListenbeeWR6'1974.35BUF48414946Top end speed that will take the top off a defense. Big play potential
47De'Runnya WilsonWR6' 5"2244.85NE3746.3He's big.............but put one of the worst combine performances together in NFL history. Very disappointing weekend for De'Runnya, might need to consider position change to TE.
48Dak PrescottQB6' 2"2264.79DAL414846.7Productive, accomplished QB with a quick release. Can beat teams with his legs but he is still raw and will need time to learn to make quicker reads while advancing through his progressions.
49Cardale JonesQB6' 5"2534.81BUF43475046.7Great size and arm strength, but struggles with accuracy, anticipation and diagnosing progressions. May need several years to develop mental skills to match his physical skills.,
50Kenny LawlerWR6' 2"2034.64SEA47454846.7High pointing ninja, his highlights are epic but he needs more meat on his bones so he run the post at the next level
51Darius JacksonRB6'2204.4DAL444647Potentially Michael Turner to Zeke's LaDainian
52Josh FergusonRB5' 10"1984.46IND4047.3This scat-back could be an off-tackle menace, hopefully his 4.48 speed will show on the field of play, RBBC candidate
53Devon CajusteWR6' 3"2164.62SF504247.7Kind of a tweener due to his size and lack of quick twitch ability. Has good size and may transition to TE evenyually. Interesting late round flyer.
54Tra CarsonRB6'231NACIN4248Strong legged dual-threat, excellent at understanding pass pro, more quick than fast
55Paul McRobertsWR6' 2"202NARAMS4448.7
56Nick VannettTE6' 6"2574.85SEA4649.3Big bodied vacuum, punishing blocker, limited to post, slant and out routes, not overly athletic, average in-game leaper
57Thomas DuarteTE6' 2"2314.72MIA4649.3Mostly a WR in college, a bit undersized, will twist around OLBs and DBs, could be next Jordan Reed, blocking skills suspect
58Marshaun CoprichRB5' 08"1974.47MIN4749.7Small school munchkin, realistically a day 3 selection or UDFA, presents third down capabilities but not much else
59Aaron GreenRB5' 11"203NARAMS4950.3Excellent lightning to someone else's thunder, will require a certain blocking to scheme to find consistent success, worthy handcuff piece nonetheless
60Roger LewisWR6'2014.57NYG5050.7
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