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Mayocks ranking update 4-19-16


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Mike Mayock unveils the fourth of his position-by-position prospect rankings for the 2016 NFL Draft. He'll have a final rankings update on the eve of Round 1 (April 27).

Quarterback

 

1. Carson Wentz, North Dakota State
2. Jared Goff, California
3. Paxton Lynch, Memphis
4. Connor Cook, Michigan State
5. Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

 

Running back

 

1. Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State
2. Derrick Henry, Alabama
3. Devontae Booker, Utah
4. Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech
5. Kenyan Drake, Alabama

Wide receiver

 

1. Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss
2. Josh Doctson, TCU
3. Corey Coleman, Baylor
4. Will Fuller, Notre Dame
T-5. Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma
T-5. Michael Thomas, Ohio State

Tight end

 

1. Hunter Henry, Arkansas
2. Austin Hooper, Stanford
3. Jerrell Adams, South Carolina
4. Nick Vannett, Ohio State
5. Beau Sandland, Montana State

Rise: Sandland (NR)
Fall: Tyler Higbee, Western Kentucky (5)

Offensive tackle

 

1. Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss
2. Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame
3. Jack Conklin, Michigan State
4. Taylor Decker, Ohio State
T-5. Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M
T-5. Jason Spriggs, Indiana

Guard

 

1. Cody Whitehair, Kansas State
2. Joshua Garnett, Stanford
3. Christian Westerman, Arizona State
4. Connor McGovern, Missouri
5. Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State

Rise: McGovern (5), Seumalo (NR)
Fall: Vadal Alexander, LSU (4)

Center

 

1. Ryan Kelly, Alabama
2. Nick Martin, Notre Dame
3. Max Tuerk, USC
4. Evan Boehm, Missouri
T-5. Graham Glasgow, Michigan
T-5. Jack Allen, Michigan State

 

 

 

Interior defensive line

 

1. DeForest Buckner, Oregon
2. Sheldon Rankins, Louisville
3. Jarran Reed, Alabama
4. A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama
5. Andrew Billings, Baylor

Fall: Chris Jones, Mississippi State (T-5)

Edge rusher

 

1. Joey Bosa, Ohio State
2. Leonard Floyd, Georgia
3. Shaq Lawson, Clemson
4. Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State
5. Kevin Dodd, Clemson

Rise: Ogbah (T-5), Dodd (NR)
Fall: Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky (4), Kamalei Correa, Boise State (T-5)

Linebacker

 

1. Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame
2. Myles Jack, UCLA
3. Darron Lee, Ohio State
4. Reggie Ragland, Alabama
T-5. Deion Jones, LSU
T-5. Jatavis Brown, Akron

Cornerback

 

1. Jalen Ramsey, Florida State
2. Vernon Hargreaves, Florida
3. William Jackson III, Houston
4. Eli Apple, Ohio State
5. Artie Burns, Miami (Fla.)

 

Rise: Jackson (5)
Fall: Apple (3), Burns (4)

Safeties

 

1. Karl Joseph, West Virginia
2. Vonn Bell, Ohio State
3. KeiVarae Russell, Notre Dame
4. Keanu Neal, Florida
5. Justin Simmons, Boston College

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20 minutes ago, birdz4i said:

well this is way off. theres no way ogbah can be #4 when i hear he sucks and is lazy.  <_<

i like the dude, and would love to see him as a falcon. seems to be making the rounds. late 1st early 2nd round pick easy.

Oklahoma State edge rusher Emmanuel Ogbah will visit the Chargers on Wednesday, according to Aaron Wilson.

This is on top of visiting the Falcons on Tuesday and previously traveling to see the Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, Cincinnati Bengals and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ogbah's evaluation is a real enigma. He posted a ton of production last season and is one of the most athletic prospects at his position. However, we question if how Ogbah won in college translates to the NFL. He tends to run around his opponent rather than attacking with length, hands and athleticism.
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10 minutes ago, mumblesjr,jr said:

i like the dude, and would love to see him as a falcon. seems to be making the rounds. late 1st early 2nd round pick easy.

Oklahoma State edge rusher Emmanuel Ogbah will visit the Chargers on Wednesday, according to Aaron Wilson.

This is on top of visiting the Falcons on Tuesday and previously traveling to see the Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, Cincinnati Bengals and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ogbah's evaluation is a real enigma. He posted a ton of production last season and is one of the most athletic prospects at his position. However, we question if how Ogbah won in college translates to the NFL. He tends to run around his opponent rather than attacking with length, hands and athleticism.

 

he has nice size and speed to play the left side. still needs some coaching up but could be a nice pick up if we could slide down a few spots and pick up an extra pick.

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