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Overall Top 10
1. OT Laremy Tunsil
2. DE Joey Bosa
3. CB/S Jalen Ramsey
4. RB Ezekiel Elliott
5. WR Laquon Treadwell
6. OT Jack Conklin
7. CB Vernon Hargreaves
8. QB Jared Goff
9. DE DeForest Buckner
10. OLB Jaylon Smith
NFL Draft Top 10 Overall Prospects
1. OT LAREMY TUNSIL (JR. 6-5 314) OLE MISS
40-Yard Dash: NA
Career Games: 29
Notes: Tunsil is a quick-footed tackle, who has great balance and technique to go with his athleticism. He has the ability to become an exceptional pass blocker in the NFL. The former Rebel has pro-size in terms of frame and length, but he could bulk up slightly.
2. DE JOEY BOSA (JR. 6-5 274) OHIO STATE
40-Yard Dash: 4.77 sec
Career Stats: 41 games, 37 starts, 150 total tackles, 103 solo tackles, 50.5 tackles for loss, 26 sacks, 24 quarterback hurries and 5 forced fumbles.
Notes: Bosa is a physically fit specimen with the natural size to play on an NFL defensive line. He is a bull pass rusher with the flexibility to line up on the edge or inside, but he needs to develop more pass rush moves to get around blockers and to avoid getting hung up on blocks. Despite a down season in 2015, he was still very productive overall in his collegiate career. Off the field issues will definitely be addressed by scouts after he was suspended for the 2015 opener for a violation of team policies.
3. CB/S JALEN RAMSEY (JR. 6-1 209) FLORIDA STATE
40-Yard Dash: 4.41 sec
Career Stats: 41 games, 181 total tackles, 120 solo tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 5 sacks, 2 fumbles recovered, 4 fumbles forced, 2 fumble returned touchdowns, 23 passes broken up, 3 interceptions and 1 blocked kick.
Notes: Ramsey is an athletic freak with the versatility to play a variety of defensive back positions. His physicality helps make him a commodity in run defense or press coverage.
4. RB EZEKIEL ELLIOTT (JR. 6-0 228) OHIO STATE
40-Yard Dash: 4.47 sec
Career Stats: 27 starts, 39 games, 3961 rushing yards, 6.7 yards per carry, 101.6 rushing yards per game, 43 rushing touchdowns, 58 receptions, 449 receiving yards and 1 receiving touchdown.
Notes: Elliott could be an every-down back in the NFL as he has a great combination of power and speed along with the ability to block. He is the only Ohio State Buckeye with three carries of at least 80 yards. His hands as a receiver could be refined, but isn't below par for a back. His maturity and workload in college will be something teams look into.
5. WR LAQUON TREADWELL (JR. 6-2 217) OLE MISS
40-Yard Dash: 4.63 sec
Career Stats: 35 games, 202 receptions, 2393 receiving yards, 11.8 yards per catch, 68.4 receiving yards per game and 21 receiving touchdowns.
Notes: Treadwell has high-end talent at receiver with NFL height and length. He battles for catches and ranks first all-time in Ole Miss history for career receptions. He still needs to develop more as a deep threat, but should have the skill set capable of becoming an all-around receiver.
6. OT JACK CONKLIN (R-JR. 6-6 310) MICHIGAN STATE
40-Yard Dash: 5.00 sec
Career Starts/Games: 38/39
Notes: As a former walk-on, Conklin has proven himself to be more than just worthy of a scholarship but also a chance in the NFL. He doesn't have flashy athleticism, but is a solid athlete and tough in the trenches. His feet are tight, but his technique and experience help compensate.
7. CB VERNON HARGREAVES (JR. 5-10 207) FLORIDA
40-Yard Dash: 4.50 sec
Career Stats: 37 games, 35 starts, 121 total tackles, 80 solo tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 fumble forced, 2 fumbles recovered, 28 passes broken up and 10 interceptions.
Notes: The Florida Gator All-American may be the most talented true cornerback in the Draft, but he lacks a little in size. Hargreaves is an explosive fast-twitch athlete with outstanding quickness, as a result he can be overaggressive at times. His recognition ability is excellent and he's a solid tackler.
8. QB JARED GOFF (JR. 6-4 215) CALIFORNIA
40-Yard Dash: 4.82 sec
Career Stats: 37 games, 144.0 QB rating, 62.3 percent completion, 12195 passing yards, 329.6 passing yards per game, 96 passing touchdowns, 30 interceptions and 1 rushing touchdown.
Notes: Goff feels the pocket with excellent footwork and movement. He has a great all-around arm, capable of making every level of throws. The Cal Bear needs more time taking snaps under center and interceptions is another area to improve.
9. DE DEFOREST BUCKNER (SR. 6-7 286) OREGON
40-Yard Dash: 5.05 sec
Career Stats: 54 games, 232 total tackles, 106 solo tackles, 36 tackles for loss, 18 sacks, 10 quarterback hurries, 2 fumbles forced, 2 fumbles recovered and 10 passes defended.
Notes: In 2015, Buckner became only Oregon's second player since 1983 to be named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year. He has great size and is a powerful skilled edge-rusher, but his tremendous height can cause him to have poor balance on occasion. His long arms and strong hands give blockers constant trouble. Whether in a 3-4 or 4-3 set, he can play anywhere along the line at end or tackle.
10. OLB JAYLON SMITH (JR. 6-2 235) NOTRE DAME
40-Yard Dash: NA
Career Stats: 38 games, 284 total tackles, 168 solo tackles, 23.5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, 3 fumbles forced, 3 fumbles recovered and 10 passes defended.
Notes: Smith has insane athleticism and would be ranked higher on many big boards this draft season if it wasn't for an injury. He has great versatility, making him capable of playing any position in the linebacker core. If he fully recovers, he could be a future star.