Stephen D’Alesio’s Early 2023 NFL Draft Top 50 Big Board

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The 2023 NFL Draft is shaping up to be a great one, not just because there’s a good possibility that more than one quarterback might get selected in the first round, but because of the sheer talent that it’s set to have available. Elite defensive stars, playmaking wide receivers, solid talent on the offensive line, and game-changing quarterbacks to name a few positions. But who are the best players as of now heading into next years NFL Draft? Well, I believe this Top 50 Big Board should help you get to know some these guys better heading into the 2023 NFL Draft. Without further adieu, here is my early Top 50 Big Board for the 2023 NFL Draft.

 

  1. Will Anderson, EDGE, Alabama
  2. Bryce Young, QB, Alabama
  3. CJ Stroud, QB, Ohio State
  4. Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio State
  5. Jalen Carter, DL, Georgia
  6. Jordan Addison, WR, USC
  7. Keele Ringo, CB, Georgia
  8. Bryan Bresee, DT, Clemson
  9. Paris Johnson, OT, Ohio State
  10. Eli Ricks, CB, Alabama
  11. Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame
  12. Myles Murphy, EDGE, Clemson
  13. Noah Sewell, LB, Oregon
  14. Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU
  15. Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas
  16. Will Levis, QB, Kentucky
  17. Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn State
  18. Trenton Simpson, LB, Clemson
  19. Nolan Smith, EDGE, Georgia
  20. BJ Ojulari, EDGE, LSU
  21. Tyler Van Dyke, QB, Miami
  22. Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern
  23. Josh Downs, WR, North Carolina
  24. Isaiah Foskey, EDGE, Notre Dame
  25. Malachi Moore, CB/S, Alabama
  26. Cam Smith, CB, South Carolina
  27. Marvin Mims, WR, Oklahoma
  28. Anthony Richardson, QB, Florida
  29. Jordan Battle, S, Alabama
  30. Brandon Joseph, S, Notre Dame
  31. Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU
  32. Zion Nelson, OT, Miami
  33. Jarrett Patterson, OL, Notre Dame
  34. Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, Alabama
  35. Henry To’oTo’o, LB, Alabama
  36. Derick Hall, EDGE, Auburn
  37. Jalen Catalon, S, Arkansas
  38. Arik Gilbert, TE, Georgia
  39. Tony Grimes, CB, North Carolina
  40. Ryan Hayes, OT, Michigan
  41. Clark Phillips III, CB, Utah
  42. Dontay Demus, WR, Maryland
  43. Antonio Johnson, S, Texas A&M
  44. Gervon Dexter, DL, Florida
  45. Phil Jurkovec, QB, Boston College
  46. Zach Evans, RB, Ole Miss
  47. Byron Young, DL, Alabama
  48. Anton Harrison, OT, Oklahoma
  49. Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland
  50. Broderick Jones, OT Georgia

Pupo’s 2022 Big Board 2.0 – 50 players

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With the 2022 NFL Draft kicking off in less than 2 days, it’s time to drop my final Big Board. Here are my top 50 players in this years Draft. I hope you enjoy!

  1. Kayvon Thibodeaux (Jr) EDGE – Oregon
  2. Aidan Hutchinson (Sr) EDGE – Michigan
  3. Kyle Hamilton (Jr) S – Notre Dame
  4. Evan Neal (Jr) OT – Alabama
  5. Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner (Jr) CB – Cincinnati
  6. Ikem Ekwonu (Jr) OT/G – North Carolina State
  7. Charles Cross (RsSo) OT – Mississippi State
  8. Chris Olave (Sr) WR – Ohio State
  9. Garrett Wilson (Jr) WR – Ohio State
  10. Devin Lloyd (RsSr) LB – Utah
  11. Travon Walker (Jr) DL – Georgia
  12. Derek Stingley Jr. (Jr) CB – LSU
  13. Jordan Davis (Sr) DT – Georgia
  14. Jameson Williams (Jr) WR – Alabama
  15. Nakobe Dean (Jr) LB – Georgia
  16. Kenyon Green (Jr) OG/T – Texas A&M
  17. Tyler Linderbaum (RsJr) IOL – Iowa
  18. Andrew Booth Jr. (Jr) CB – Clemson
  19. Jermaine Johnson (RsSr) EDGE – Florida State
  20. Daxton Hill (Jr) S/CB – Michigan
  21. Kenny Pickett (RsSr) QB – Pittsburgh
  22. Trent McDuffie (Jr) CB – Washington
  23. Kaiir Elam (Jr) CB – Florida
  24. Breece Hall (Jr) RB – Iowa State
  25. Trevor Penning (RsSr) OT – Northern Iowa
  26. Devonte Wyatt (Sr) DT – Georgia
  27. Zion Johnson (Sr) OL – Boston College
  28. Drake London (Jr) WR – USC
  29. Malik Willis (RsSr) QB – Liberty
  30. DeMarvin Leal (Jr) DL – Texas A&M
  31. Sam Howell (Jr) QB – North Carolina
  32. George Karlaftis (Jr) EDGE – Purdue
  33. Treylon Burks (Jr) WR – Arkansas
  34. George Pickens (Jr) WR – Georgia
  35. Matt Corral (RsJr) QB – Ole Miss
  36. Jahan Dotson (Sr) WR – Penn State
  37. Kyler Gordon (RsJr) CB – Washington
  38. Tyler Smith (RsSo) OT/G – Tulsa
  39. Boye Mafe (RsSr) EDGE – Minnesota
  40. Lewis Cine (Jr) S – Georgia
  41. Jaquan Brisker (RsSr) S – Penn State
  42. Bernhard Raimann (Sr) OT – Central Michigan
  43. Roger McCreary (Sr) CB – Auburn
  44. Desmond Ridder (RsSr) QB – Cincinnati
  45. Christian Harris (Jr) LB – Alabama
  46. Kenneth Walker III (Jr) RB – Michigan State
  47. Isaiah Spiller (Jr) RB – Texas A&M
  48. Quay Walker (Sr) LB – Georgia
  49. David Ojabo (RsSo) EDGE – Michigan
  50. Travis Jones (Sr) DT – UConn

Mike’s 2022 NFL Draft Mid-Season Top 50 Big Board

With the College Football season off to a great start, we now have had time to watch all the impact players around the nation. A good many of these players will end up playing on Sundays for your favorite NFL team. Here is your chance to familiarize yourself with the future stars of the NFL. I present to you my 2022 NFL Draft Top 50 Big Board!

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  1. Kayvon Thibodeaux EDGE, Oregon (6-4, 250lbs) – Thibodeaux is possibly the most explosive defensive player to enter the draft since Myles Garret in 2016. Thibodeaux is an excellent pass rusher coming off the edge, but he will need to work on being a better run defender to help translate his game to the NFL.
  2. Evan Neal Offensive Tackle, Alabama (6-7, 360lbs) – Evan Neal has been one of the nations top offensive tackles since high school. He started as a true freshman at right tackle and hasn’t looked back since. This season he was switched over to left tackle to help improve the Crimson Tide’s young offensive line. As a right tackle Neal was a mauler. He opened a lot of holes and was a good pass protector. He did struggle with fast edge rushers, but still held his own in the trenches. Neal could always move inside to play guard in the NFL if he struggles at tackle. For a man his size, Neal displays good quickness and athleticism.
  3. Derek Stingley Jr. DB, LSU (6-1, 190lbs) – Stingley is great at shutting down receivers and making big plays. He displays good instincts, ball skills, and cover ability. He is the top cornerback of the draft class.
  4. Jordan Davis DT, Georgia (6-6, 340lbs) – Davis is very athletic for a man his size but posses the power to break down an offensive line. He is the key to Georgia’s run defense that tops the nation in rushing yards allowed. Davis can also generate pressure up the middle during passing downs. He makes life hard on the Quarterback by collapsing the pocket.

 

  1. Demarvin Leal DT (6-4, 290lbs) – Leal is another massive human being that moves faster than he’s measurements would suggest. SEC offensive linemen have had fits trying to block him. Leal is best when rushing the passer up the middle and forcing quarterbacks to bail out the pocket. As a run defender he is great a penetrating the offensive line and making plays in the backfield.
  2. Matt Corral QB, Ole Miss (6-1, 205lbs) – Corral has improved since last year where he never looked completely comfortable in Lane Kiffin’s offense. This year he looks to be in more control and confident about the throws and decisions he makes. So far this season Corral has completed 70 percent of his passes, thrown for more the 1,200 passing yards, and 10 touchdown passes. He is on track to top last year’s stats in each category. This shows how much improvement he has made. What makes Corral so special is his dual-treat ability. He can hurt the defense by passing the ball or he can take off and gain his own yards.
  3. Kyle Hamilton S, Notre Dame (6-4, 216lbs) – Hamilton is an athletic freak at the safety position. He can run, cover, and tackle from sideline to sideline. In pass coverage he can man against any skill position players, and in zone coverage he is able to read the quarterback to find his way to the ball. A quality to Hamilton’s game that does not get talked about much is his ability to come down in the box to help defend the run.
  4. Kenyon Green G/T, Texas A&M (6-4, 325lbs) – Green has the size and skills to be a phenomenal guard in the NFL. This year he was moved to right tackle to help fill some holes on the Aggies offensive line. This will only help Green show off his versatility if he performs well at right tackle. Some other qualities to Green’s game are his hand placement during blocks, pulling in open space, and ability to finish blocks.
  5. Adam Anderson EDGE, Georgia (6-4, 226lbs) – Adam Anderson has one of the most explosive first steps off the ball then any other edge rusher in this draft class. Anderson is pretty much been under the radar since arriving in Georgia only playing in a rotational role. He did make his limited playing time count coming up with huge sacks and putting pressure on the Quarterback consistently. If he can prove to be a three-down starter and defend the run, he could rise even higher on the board.
  6. Kaiir Elm DB, Florida (6-1, 187lbs) – Elam has good height with a great wingspan to match. He utilizes his wingspan well in pass coverage to deflect passes and create turnovers. He has quick feet and plays with aggression when making tackles.
  7. Drake Jackson EDGE, USC (6-4, 250lbs) – Jackson has good pass rushing skills coming off the edge as a 4-3 defensive end. Another quality trait about Jackson is how versatile he is. The Trojans have lined him up as an edge defender and OLB this season. Even though this reduced his pass rushing opportunities, Jackson was still effective on defense playing in space and dropping into pass coverage. Drake’s strength is playing with his hand in the dirt, but if he continues to improve playing in space, he can rise up many draft boards.
  8. Chris Olave WR, Ohio State (6-0, 182lbs) – Olave is one of the smoothest route runners in this deep wide receivers’ draft class. He displays great in game speed that allows him to easily break in and out his routes. Even though he is not the ideal height of a number one wide receiver, Olave has the athleticism to win in jump ball situations.
  9. Aidan Hutchinson EDGE, Michigan (6-6, 261lbs) – Hutchinson has the size and frame to play in the NFL as a 4-3 defensive end or 3-4 five-technique defensive end. He is stout at the line of scrimmage defending the run. As a pass rusher he needs to add more moves to his arsenal to improve that area to his game. He has motor that does not stop until the play ends which helps him make hustle plays for his team.
  10. George Karlaftis EDGE, Purdue (6-4, 275lbs) – Effort, Motor, and Technique are three words that perfectly describes George Karlaftis’ play on the field. He is good at penetrating the offensive line and causing havoc in the backfield. As on now he defends the run better then rushing the passer. As pass rusher he will need to utilize other moves to get to the quarterback. Once he does that, Karlaftis will coveted by the time the draft gets here.
  11. Jermaine Johnson EDGE, Florida State (6-4, 255lbs) – Georgia Bulldogs transfer Jermaine Johnson has made a big impact on the Seminoles defense this season. Before transferring Johnson was a part of a Georgia defense that featured Azeez Ojulari, Adam Anderson and Nolan Smith. Ojulari played the feature role while the Johnson, Anderson, Smith played rotational roles. This season at Florida State, Johnson has been given a chance to show more of his talents with more playing time. He has been a nuisance to block for offensive linemen in both the run and pass game.
  12. Chase Hines OG, LSU (6-3, 323lbs) – Hines has good size for an interior lineman at the NFL level. At the point of attack, he mauls defensive linemen off the ball and creates huge running lanes. If he can improve his pass blocking skills, he could be the first interior offensive linemen taken in the draft.
  13. Malik Willis QB, Liberty (6-1, 215) – Willis has been on the rise since the end of last season and his hype train continues to roll. This season he has completed 67 percent of his passes for 1,327 yards, 13 touchdowns and three interceptions. He also has scored six rushing touchdowns. Willis has a strong arm that can make any throw on the field. He throws a good deep ball with excellent touch and placement. As a runner he is hard to bring down in open space. Teams will have questions about Willis’ height due to the success rate of quarterbacks under 6 feet. With the evolution of players such as Kyler Murry, Russell Wilson, and recently retired Drew Brees; Willis may have a chance to find success in the NFL.
  14. Tarie Casto-Fields DB, Penn State (6-0, 197lbs) – Casto-Fields is on the most athletic defensive backs in the upcoming draft. He is physical at the point of attack and not afraid to come down and make a tackle. After only appearing in three games during the 2020 season, Casto-Fields will need to prove he can stay healthy for the whole season.
  15. Jalen Wydrer TE, Texas A&M (6-5, 260lbs) – Wydermyer has good size, good speed, and great athleticism at the tight end position. Another quality about Wydermyer’s game is his willingness to run block. He is not afraid to take on defensive ends or outside linebackers to help create running lanes for running backs. As a receiver he consistently gets open in man and zone coverage. If he can improve his route running, he’ll prove to be a three-down starting tight end in the NFL.
  16. R.J. Roderick S, South Carolina (5-11, 203) – Roderick plays well in coverage but just hasn’t gotten a lot of interceptions. He will come down in the box and make a
  17. Isaiah Spiller RB, Texas A&M (6-1, 225lbs) – Spiller is the top running back in this class due to his combination of size and speed coming out the backfield. He also has good hands to be a receiving threat out of the backfield. He will need to improve his pass blocking skill to prepare himself for blitzing NFL linebackers and defensive backs.
  18. Sam Howell QB, North Carolina (6-1, 220lbs) – Howell has had some ups and downs this season, but that was expected due to the talent that left to go to the NFL. This season Sam has completed 61 percent of his passes for 1,697 yards, 16 touchdowns and five interceptions. He’s tough, has a good arm, and can make plays on the ground. He will need to improve his accuracy as the season continues to show teams there is no problem there.
  19. Justyn Ross WR, Clemson (6-4, 205lbs) – Ross was one of the most dominant wide receivers in the country his first two years with the Tigers. In 2020 he was sidelined with a career threatening congenital neck issue that required surgery. This season Ross returned to the field a little rusty but has found his footing in recent games. If he continues to improve and show his durability, Ross will find himself back in first round consideration.
  20. Spencer Rattler QB, Oklahoma (6-1, 205lbs) – Rattler has been a disappointment this season struggling to throw the ball down field and turning the ball over in bunches. He was benched against Texas in favor of young Caleb Williams who led a comeback for the ages. Rattler this season has completed 74 percent of his passes, thrown ten touchdowns, and five interceptions. He has a good arm with great athleticism, but he will need to cut down on turning the ball over. If he decides to enter the draft, Rattler will have a lot of questions to answer about why he struggled this season. Teams will have to do their homework before the invest an early round pick on him.
  21. Bubba Bolden S, Miami (6-3, 205lbs) – Bolden is the perfect safety for the NFL. He has the size, arm length, and athleticism to make plays in pass coverage. Bolden makes his name know when he hits someone. He comes downhill with bad intentions to disrupt the run game.
  22. Brandon Smith LB, Penn State (6-3, 240lbs) – Smith has great size for a linebacker and moves like a defensive back. He can control the middle of a defense and shed blocks to make tackles. In pass coverage he is solid and able to play man or zone coverage.
  23. Alec Lindstrom C, Boston College (6-3, 302lbs) – Lindstorm worked his way into the starting lineup last season and performed well against some good competition. A quality that sticks out about him is his height and length. Lindstorm has an incredible wingspan that allows him to easily bench press defensive linemen. He’s good at the point of attack as a run blocker which helps create holes for running backs.
  24. Trevor Penning OT, Northwestern (6-7, 329lbs) – Penning has good speed and athleticism combined with his massive size. His first punch during pass protection will knock the breath out of any defensive linemen. As a run blocker he is good at creating lanes for running backs and blocking in space.
  25. Zion Nelson G/T, Miami (6-5, 312lbs) – Nelson struggled against Alabama at the start of the season but has found his footing since then. He is athletic for his size and moves very well off the line of scrimmage. As a run blocker he mauls players off the ball. He does need to improve his pass protection skills. He seems to have trouble with speed rushers coming around the edge.
  26. Brenton Cox DE/OLB, Florida (6-4, 247lbs) – Cox has a high motor that is relentless and won’t stop until he finds the ball carrier. He could really improve a team a pass rush which is one of his best traits.
  27. Trent McDuffie DB, Washington (5-11, 195lbs) – McDuffie has good speed and coverage skills to compete at the next level. His height may come into question for some teams, but on tape he plays bigger than his actual size.
  28. D’Vonte Price RB, Florida International (6-2, 225lbs) – Price has great size for a future NFL running back. He’s the type of work horse back that can withstand carrying the ball 20 plus times a game. So far this season Price has 76 carries for 411 yards and six touchdowns. He averages around 5.4 yards a carry. He also has shown he is solid at catching the ball recording four receptions for 39 yards.
  29. Christian Harris LB (6-2, 235lbs) – Harris is good in man and zone coverage. He runs sideline to sideline. He fits what the NFL is looking for in linebackers. He will need to add on a few more pounds to withstand the offensive linemen at the second level.
  30. DeMarvion Overshown LB, Texas (6-2, 215lbs) – Overshown is another fast linebacker who can make plays in both the run and pass game. He can cover tight ends, running backs, and possibly a slot receiver. As run defender he fills his gaps with intensity to shut down the run.
  31. Perrion Winfrey DT, Oklahoma (6-3, 298lbs) – Winfrey is another defensive lineman with huge upside. He has a quick first step and good with his hands at the point of attack. Oklahoma lines Winfrey up as a 0 or 4i in their defensive scheme, but he will have more success lined up as a three-technique defensive tackle.
  32. Treylon Burks WR, Arkansas (6-3, 225lbs) – Burks has started off the season well and made a huge impact on the Razorbacks offense. He is good at utilizing his size to make contested catches over smaller defensive backs. After the catch, Burks makes it hard to get him on the ground. If he shows NFL teams that his speed has improved look for him be selected late in the first round.
  33. Smoke Monday S, Auburn (6-1, 204lbs) – Monday is one of those types of safeties that can help defend the run and the pass to help a defense. His biggest strength is his ability to force turnovers via interceptions or forced fumbles.
  34. Darian Kinnard OT, Kentucky (6-5, 342lbs) – Kinnard plays with a nasty attitude and it shows when he is run blocking. He has some improvement to do in pass protection, but he can hold his ground against greater competition. This season, Kinnard looks quicker and more explosive at the point of attack. This could be due to the weight he lost during the offseason.
  35. Dawson Deaton C, Texas Tech (6-5, 300lbs) – Deaton has a lot of experience starting for the Red Raiders the last few seasons. On the field he has the length, size, and athleticism to compete at center in the NFL. Any team that drafts him will gain somewhat of a veteran with many starts under his belt.
  36. Kenneth Walker lll RB, Michigan State (5-10, 210lbs) – Walker has been a monster for the Spartans this season. He is running with solid quickness for a runner at his size. Walker has a physical run style which he displays each game. So far this season he is averaging 6.8 yards a carry. Walker has not had many chances to show off his receiving skills but he solid catching the ball.
  37. Jefferey Gunter DE/OLB, Costal Carolina (6-4, 260lbs) – Gunter is a good athlete on the edge. He can defend both the run and pass. As a pass rusher he demonstrates good technique to continually pressure the quarterback.
  38. Alontae Taylor DB, Tennessee (6-0, 192lbs) – Taylor is a former wide receiver turned defensive back with a combination of size and speed to cover NFL type wide receivers. Along with those qualities, Taylor also displays the physicality to play press coverage.
  39. Christopher Smith S, Georgia (5-10, 185lbs) – Smith is a quick and athletic safety whose instincts help him in pass coverage. He can play man coverage and hold his own against most receivers.
  40. Nick Ford C, Utah (6-3, 303lbs) – Ford is very versatile after having played all five positions along the offensive line while attending Utah. He started the most at right guard but seems to project as a center in NFL due how undersized he is. If he can add more weight by the time the draft process begins, he has chance to rise up some draft boards.
  41. Zakoby McClain LB, Auburn (6-0, 220lbs) – McClain does nothing but find the ball and tackle the ball carrier. He is good as a run defender being able to shed blocks and make life hard of the running back. McClain will need to improve his skill in pass coverage to have success in the NFL.
  42. Jahan Dotson WR, Penn State (5-10, 175lbs) – Dotson is a speedster that is tough and not afraid to go over the middle to make a catch. His size may not be appealing to most but on the field, he plays bigger than he is. A good comp for Dotson would be Houston Texans wide receiver Bredon Cooks. Not the tallest or fastest guy of the field, but he can hurt you if given the chance to.
  43. Zachary Carter DT, Florida (6-3, 285lbs) – Carter may not have the ideal weight but don’t let his size fool you. He has a quick first step that translates into tackles for loss. He generates pressure in the pocket and help the guys on the outside thrive in man coverage.
  44. Jake Ferguson TE, Wisconsin (6-5, 244lbs) – Ferguson is a very reliable target for any quarterback. The best quality about Ferguson is his ability to block and create running lanes. If he had better quarterback play, he could be higher on the board.
  45. Phidarian Mathis DT, Alabama (6-4, 320lbs) – Mathis has flashed this season disrupting the run and generating pressure on passing downs. He needs to continue to put together solid performances to help raise his stock.
  46. James Skalski LB, Clemson (6-0, 246lbs) – Skalski is a tough run defender that has good instincts. He has improved in pass coverage being able to help more on the outside.

 

This draft class is loaded with defensive playmakers from the front 7 to the back 4.  The quarterbacks in this class are talented but have questions about how consistent they can be week to week.  None of them are clear cut number 1 pick such as Trevor Lawrence was last year.  The depth of some positions will make this draft intriguing as we go round by round. With this being a mid-season board, players still have a chance to rise and make their names known.

Stephen D’Alesio’s 2022 Big Board 1.0

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We’re officially five weeks into the NFL season and we’ve seen a lot of shake-ups in the NFL standings, and shake-ups for the draft prospects for the upcoming 2022 NFL Draft. With that being said, the college football season has brought about some early risers and fallers for the upcoming draft, so these players will be making moves in the coming months. But for now, this is who I believe is the Top 50 Prospects right now.

 

  1. Kayvon Thibodeaux (3So) EDGE – Oregon
  2. Kyle Hamilton (Jr) S – Notre Dame
  3. Evan Neal (Jr) OT/G – Alabama
  4. Derek Stingley Jr. (Jr) CB – LSU
  5. DeMarvin Leal (Jr) DL – Texas A&M
  6. Kaiir Elam (Jr) CB- Florida
  7. Chris Olave (Sr) WR – Ohio State
  8. Desmond Ridder (RJr) QB – Cincinnati
  9. Zion Nelson (3So) OT – Miami
  10. Aidan Hutchinson (Sr) EDGE – Michigan
  11. Garrett Wilson (Jr) WR – Ohio State
  12. Matt Corral (RJr) QB – Ole Miss
  13. Kenyon Green (Jr) OG – Texas A&M
  14. Treylon Burks (Jr) WR – Arkansas
  15. Malik Willis (5RJr) QB – Liberty
  16. Christian Harris (Jr) ILB – Alabama
  17. Tyler Linderbaum (RJr) C – Iowa
  18. Brandon Joseph (RSo) S – Northwestern
  19. Jaxson Kirkland (5RJr) OT – Washington
  20. Kingsley Enagbare (Sr) EDGE – South Carolina
  21. Sam Howell (Jr) QB – North Carolina
  22. Drake Jackson (Jr) EDGE – USC
  23. Jordan Battle (Jr) S – Alabama
  24. John Metchie III (Jr) WR – Alabama
  25. Drake London (Jr) WR – USC
  26. Josh Jobe (Sr) CB – Alabama
  27. Jalen Wydermyer (Jr) TE – Texas A&M
  28. George Karlaftis (Jr) EDGE – Purdue
  29. Adam Anderson (Sr) EDGE – Georgia
  30. Isaiah Spiller (Jr) RB – Texas A&M
  31. Roger McCreary (Sr) CB – Auburn
  32. Carson Strong (RJr) QB – Nevada
  33. Jordan Davis (Sr) DT – Georgia
  34. Charles Cross (RSo) OT – Mississippi State
  35. Ahmad Gardner (Jr) CB – Cincinnati
  36. Breece Hall (Jr) RB – Iowa State
  37. Sam LaPorta (Jr) TE – Iowa
  38. Zion Johnson (5Sr) OG – Boston College
  39. George Pickens (Jr) WR – Georgia
  40. Jaquan Brisker (5Sr) S – Penn State
  41. Perrion Winfrey (Sr) DT – Oklahoma
  42. Thayer Munford (5Sr) OT/OG – Ohio State
  43. Andrew Booth Jr. (Jr) CB – Clemson
  44. Kyren Williams (RSo) RB – Notre Dame
  45. Demani Richardson (Jr) S – Texas A&M
  46. Sevyn Banks (Sr) CB – Ohio State
  47. Justyn Ross (RJr) WR – Clemson
  48. Myjai Sanders (Sr) EDGE – Cincinnati
  49. Devin Lloyd (5RJr) ILB – Utah
  50. Sean Rhyan (Jr) OT – UCLA

Pupo’s way-to-early 2022 Big Board

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It’s already been over a month, since the 2021 NFL Draft concluded. Can you believe it? It’s never to early, to put out an early Big Board for the following years Draft. I’m sure this list will drastically change, when my final Big Board is revealed a few weeks before the 2022 Draft, but for now, here are my top 50 players for next year’s Draft. I hope you enjoy!

 

  1. Kayvon Thibodeaux (3So) EDGE – Oregon Oregon Ducks - Wikipedia
  2. Derek Stingley (Jr) CB – LSU 2007 LSU Tigers football team - Wikipedia
  3. Sam Howell (Jr) QB – North Carolina North Carolina Tar Heels football - Wikipedia
  4. Spencer Rattler (RSo) QB – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners football - Wikipedia
  5. Evan Neal (Jr) OT/G – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide football - Wikipedia
  6. Kyle Hamilton (Jr) S – Notre Dame Notre Dame Fighting Irish - Wikipedia
  7. Christian Harris (Jr) LB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide football - Wikipedia
  8. DeMarvin Leal (Jr) DL – Texas A&M Texas A&M Aggies football - Wikipedia
  9. Charles Cross (RSo) OT – Mississippi State Mississippi State Bulldogs - Wikipedia
  10. Kenyon Green (Jr) G/OT – Texas A&M Texas A&M Aggies football - Wikipedia
  11. Andrew Booth Jr. (Jr) CB – Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia
  12. Ahmad Gardner (Jr) CB – Cincinnati File:Cincinnati Bearcats logo.svg - Wikipedia
  13. Kaiir Elam (Jr) CB – Florida Florida Gators - Wikipedia
  14. J.T. Daniels (RJr) QB – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia
  15. Zion Nelson (3So) OT – Miami Miami Hurricanes - Wikipedia
  16. George Pickens (Jr) WR – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia
  17. Chris Olave (Sr) WR – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  18. Sevyn Banks (Sr) CB – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  19. Kedon Slovis (Jr) QB – USC USC Trojans football - Wikipedia
  20. Breece Hall (Jr) RB – Iowa State Iowa State Cyclones football - Wikipedia
  21. Garrett Wilson (Jr) WR – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  22. Rasheed Walker (RJr) OT – Penn State Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia
  23. Isaiah Spiller (Jr) RB – Texas A&M Texas A&M Aggies football - Wikipedia
  24. Jalen Wydermyer (Jr) TE – Texas A&M Texas A&M Aggies football - Wikipedia
  25. Derion Kendrick (Sr) CB – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia
  26. Nik Bonitto (RJr) EDGE – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners football - WikipediaJ
  27. Josh Jobe (Sr) CB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide football - Wikipedia
  28. Jordan Davis (Sr) DT – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia
  29. George Karlaftis (Jr) EDGE – Purdue Purdue Boilermakers football - Wikipedia
  30. Cade Mays (Sr) OT/G – Tennessee Tennessee Volunteers football - Wikipedia
  31. Justyn Ross (RJr) WR – Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia
  32. Treylon Burks (Jr) WR – Arkansas Arkansas Razorbacks - Wikipedia
  33. Thayer Munford (5Sr) OT – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  34. Aidan Hutchinson (Sr) EDGE – Michigan Michigan Wolverines - Wikipedia
  35. Malik Willis (RSr) QB – Liberty Liberty Flames and Lady Flames - Wikipedia
  36. Drake Jackson (Jr) EDGE – USC USC Trojans football - Wikipedia
  37. Ventrell Miller (RSr) LB – Florida Florida Gators - Wikipedia
  38. Jordan Battle (Jr) S – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide football - Wikipedia
  39. Kingsley Enagbare (Sr) EDGE – South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks - Wikipedia
  40. Abraham Lucas (RSr) OT – Washington State Washington State Cougars - Wikipedia
  41. Haskell Garrett (5Sr) DT – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  42. Myjai Sanders (Sr) EDGE – Cincinnati File:Cincinnati Bearcats logo.svg - Wikipedia
  43. Logan Brown (RSo) OT – Wisconsin Wisconsin Badgers football - Wikipedia
  44. Nick Broeker (Jr) OT – Ole Miss Ole Miss Rebels - Wikipedia
  45. Owen Pappoe (Jr) LB – Auburn Does Auburn have a new logo? The university says no.
  46. Darian Kinnard (Sr) OT – Kentucky File:Kentucky Wildcats logo.svg - Wikipedia
  47. Kennedy Brooks (RJr) RB – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners football - Wikipedia
  48. Ty Fryfogle (5Sr) WR – Indiana Indiana Hoosiers football - Wikipedia
  49. Zion Tupuola-Fetui (4So) EDGE – Washington Washington Huskies football - Wikipedia
  50. Brandon Joseph (RSo) S – Northwestern Northwestern Wildcats - Wikipedia

Riley’s 2022 Big Board 1.0

Cover Photo taken from 247sports.com & All Logos were taken from wikipedia.org

With the 2021 NFL Draft wrapped up, it is never too early to look ahead to next years prospects. These prospects have a ton of potential and I am looking forward to seeing them back in action this fall.

  1. Kayvon Thibodeaux – EDGE – Oregon Logo
  2. Derek Stingley Jr – CB – LSU Logo
  3. Sam Howell – QB – North Carolina Logo
  4. Evan Neal – OT – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  5. Spencer Rattler – QB – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners logo.svg
  6. Kyle Hamilton – S – Notre Dame Logo
  7. DeMarvin Leal – DL – Texas A&M File:Texas A&M University logo.svg - Wikipedia
  8. Christian Harris – LB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  9. Kenyon Green – OL – Texas A&M File:Texas A&M University logo.svg - Wikipedia
  10. Drake Jackson – EDGE – USC Logo
  11. Kaiir Elam – CB – Florida Logo
  12. Chris Olave – WR – Ohio State Logo
  13. Justyn Ross – WR – Clemson Clemson Tigers logo.svg
  14. Kedon Slovis – QB – USC Logo
  15. George Karlaftis – EDGE – Purdue Purdue Boilermakers logo.svg
  16. Garrett Wilson – WR – Ohio State Logo
  17. Jaxson Kirkland – OT – Washington Washington Huskies logo.svg
  18. Charles Cross – OT – Mississippi State Mississippi State Bulldogs - Wikipedia
  19. Treylon Burks – WR – Arkansas Logo
  20. Zach Harrison – EDGE – Ohio State Logo
  21. George Pickens – WR – Georgia Logo
  22. Zion Nelson – OT – Miami Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
  23. Kingsley ‘J.J’ Enagbare – EDGE – South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks logo.svg
  24. Andrew Booth Jr – CB – Clemson Clemson Tigers logo.svg
  25. Desmond Ridder – QB – Cincinnati File:Cincinnati Bearcats logo.svg - Wikipedia
  26. Isaiah Spiller – RB – Texas A&M File:Texas A&M University logo.svg - Wikipedia
  27. John Metchie III – WR – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  28. Malik Willis – QB – Liberty Liberty Flames wordmark.svg
  29. Ikem Ekwonu – IOL – NC State NC State Wolfpack - Wikipedia
  30. Ahmad Gardner – CB – Cincinnati File:Cincinnati Bearcats logo.svg - Wikipedia
  31. Ventrell Miller – LB – Florida Logo
  32. Perrion Winfrey – DT – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners logo.svg
  33. Brenton Cox – LB – Florida Logo
  34. Sevyn Banks – CB – Ohio State Logo
  35. Carson Strong – QB – Nevada Nevada Wolf Pack wordmark.svg
  36. Bubba Bolden – S – Miami Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
  37. Rasheed Walker – OT – Penn State Logo
  38. Jalen Wydermyer – TE – Texas A&M File:Texas A&M University logo.svg - Wikipedia
  39. Aiden Hutchinson – EDGE – Michigan Logo
  40. Josh Jobe – CB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  41. Breece Hall – RB – Iowa State Iowa State Cyclones logo.svg
  42. JT Daniels – QB – Georgia Logo
  43. Drake London – WR – USC Logo
  44. Cade Mays – IOL – Tennessee Logo
  45. Thayer Munford – OT – Ohio State Logo
  46. Jordan Battle – S – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  47. Merlin Robertson – EDGE – Arizona State Logo
  48. Darian Kinnard – OT – Kentucky Kentucky Wildcats logo.svg
  49. Xavier Thomas – EDGE – Clemson Clemson Tigers logo.svg
  50. Jahleel Billingsley – TE – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg

Pupo’s 2021 Big Board 3.0

photo credit: thespun.com

We are less than 48 hours away, until the 2021 NFL Draft kicks off. It’s time for me to put out my final Big Board. Here are my top 200 players in this years Draft. I hope you enjoy!

  1. Trevor Lawrence (Jr) QB – Clemson
  2. Justin Fields (Jr) QB – Ohio State
  3. Penei Sewell (Jr) OT – Oregon
  4. Micah Parsons (Jr) LB – Penn State
  5. DeVonta Smith (Sr) WR – Alabama
  6. Ja’Marr Chase (Jr) WR – LSU
  7. Kyle Pitts (Jr) TE – Florida
  8. Patrick Surtain II (Jr) CB – Alabama
  9. Najee Harris (Sr) RB – Alabama
  10. Caleb Farley (RJr) CB – Virginia Tech
  11. Gregory Rousseau (RSo) EDGE – Miami
  12. Jaycee Horn (Jr) CB – South Carolina
  13. Zach Wilson (Jr) QB – BYU
  14. Trey Lance (RSo) QB – North Dakota State
  15. Travis Etienne (Sr) RB – Clemson
  16. Jaylen Waddle (Jr) WR – Alabama
  17. Rashawn Slater (Sr) OT/G – Northwestern
  18. Jaelan Phillips (RJr) EDGE – Miami
  19. Christian Barmore (RSo) DT – Alabama
  20. Zaven Collins (RJr) LB – Tulsa
  21. Christian Darrisaw (Jr) OT – Virginia Tech
  22. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (RJr) LB/S – Notre Dame
  23. Trevon Moehrig (Jr) S – TCU
  24. Alex Leatherwood (Sr) OT/G – Alabama
  25. Alijah Vera-Tucker (RJr) OT/G – USC
  26. Teven Jenkins (RSr) OT – Oklahoma State
  27. Kwity Paye (Sr) EDGE – Michigan
  28. Creed Humphrey (RJr) C – Oklahoma
  29. Richie Grant (RSr) S – UCF
  30. Levi Onwuzurike (RSr) DT – Washington
  31. Jevon Holland (Jr) S – Oregon
  32. Rashod Bateman (Jr) WR – Minnesota
  33. Carlos Basham Jr. (RSr) EDGE – Wake Forest
  34. Liam Eichenberg (RSr) OT – Notre Dame
  35. Jalen Mayfield (RSo) OT – Michigan
  36. Dillon Radunz (RSr) OT – North Dakota State
  37. Pat Freiermuth (Jr) TE – Penn State
  38. Josh Myers (RJr) IOL – Ohio State
  39. Mac Jones (RJr) QB – Alabama
  40. Wyatt Davis (RJr) G – Ohio State
  41. Asante Samuel Jr. (Jr) CB – Florida State
  42. Terrace Marshall Jr. (Jr) WR – LSU
  43. Eric Stokes Jr. (RJr) CB – Georgia
  44. Greg Newsome II (Jr) CB – Northwestern
  45. Dylan Moses (RJr) LB – Alabama
  46. Jayson Oweh (RSo) EDGE – Penn State
  47. Kadarius Toney (Sr) WR – Florida
  48. Elijah Moore (Jr) WR – Ole Miss
  49. Jabril Cox (RSr) LB – LSU
  50. Rondale Moore (RSo) WR – Purdue
  51. Tyson Campbell (Jr) CB – Georgia
  52. Azeez Ojulari (RSo) EDGE – Georgia
  53. Trey Sermon (Sr) RB – Ohio State
  54. Javonte Williams (Jr) RB – North Carolina
  55. Nick Bolton (Jr) LB – Missouri
  56. Spencer Brown (RSr) OT – Northern Iowa
  57. Jamin Davis (RJr) LB – Kentucky
  58. Daviyon Nixon (RJr) DT – Iowa
  59. Samuel Cosmi (RJr) OT – Texas
  60. Paulson Adebo (RJr) CB – Stanford
  61. Joe Tryon (RJr) EDGE – Washington
  62. Joseph Ossai (Jr) EDGE – Texas
  63. Jackson Carman (Jr) OT – Clemson
  64. Quincy Roche (RSr) EDGE – Miami
  65. Baron Browning (Sr) LB – Ohio State
  66. Ifeatu Melifonwu (RJr) CB – Syracuse
  67. Elijah Molden (Sr) CB – Washington
  68. Jamar Johnson (Jr) S – Indiana
  69. Marvin Wilson (Sr) DT – Florida State
  70. Jaylen Twyman (RJr) DT – Pittsburgh
  71. Patrick Jones II (RSr) EDGE – Pittsburgh
  72. Michael Carter (Sr) RB – North Carolina
  73. Alim McNeil (Jr) DT – North Carolina State
  74. Payton Turner (Sr) EDGE – Houston
  75. Jay Tufele (RJr) DT – USC
  76. Andre Cisco (Jr) S – Syracuse
  77. Nico Collins (Sr) WR – Michigan
  78. Kyle Trask (RSr) QB – Florida
  79. Israel Mukuamu (Jr) CB – South Carolina
  80. James Hudson (RJr) OT – Cincinnati
  81. Dyami Brown (Jr) WR – North Carolina
  82. Brevin Jordan (Jr) TE – Miami
  83. Keith Taylor Jr. (Sr) CB – Washington
  84. D’Wayne Eskridge (RSr) WR – Western Michigan
  85. Deonte Brown (RSr) G – Alabama
  86. Kendrick Green (RJr) IOL – Illinois
  87. Stone Forsythe (RSr) OT – Florida
  88. Tylan Wallace (Sr) WR – Oklahoma State
  89. Rashad Weaver (RSr) EDGE – Pittsburgh
  90. Landon Dickerson (RSr) IOL – Alabama
  91. Kellen Mond (Sr) QB – Texas A&M
  92. Trey Smith (Sr) OT/G – Tennessee
  93. Hamsah Nasirildeen (Sr) S – Florida State
  94. Aaron Banks (RJr) G – Notre Dame
  95. Marlon Tuipulotu (RJr) DT – USC
  96. Talanoa Hufanga (Jr) S – USC
  97. Chuba Hubbard (RJr) RB – Oklahoma State
  98. Davis Mills (RJr) QB – Stanford
  99. Shaun Wade (RJr) DB – Ohio State
  100. Chazz Surratt (RSr) LB – North Carolina
  101. Aaron Robinson (RSr) CB – UCF
  102. Ben Cleveland (RSr) G – Georgia
  103. Ambry Thomas (Sr) CB – Michigan
  104. David Moore (RSr) G – Grambling State
  105. D’Ante Smith (RSr) OT – East Carolina
  106. Milton Williams (RJr) DT – Louisiana Tech
  107. Pete Werner (Sr) LB – Ohio State
  108. Jordan Smith (RJr) EDGE – UAB
  109. Cameron McGrone (RSo) LB – Michigan
  110. Richard LeCounte III (Sr) S – Georgia
  111. Kelvin Joseph (RSo) CB – Kentucky
  112. Hunter Long (RJr) TE – Boston College
  113. Walker Little (RJr) OT – Stanford
  114. Marco Wilson (RJr) CB – Florida
  115. Brady Christensen (RJr) OT – BYU
  116. Justin Hilliard (RSr) LB – Ohio State
  117. Tyler Shelvin (RJr) DT – LSU
  118. Amon-Ra St. Brown (Jr) WR – USC
  119. Monty Rice (Sr) LB – Georgia
  120. Amari Rodgers (Sr) WR – Clemson
  121. Sage Surratt (RJr) WR – Wake Forest
  122. Shaka Toney (RSr) EDGE – Penn State
  123. Kenneth Gainwell (RSo) RB – Memphis
  124. Seth Williams (Jr) WR – Auburn
  125. Tommy Togiai (Jr) DT – Ohio State
  126. Elerson Smith (RSr) EDGE – Northern Iowa
  127. Ronnie Perkins (Jr) EDGE – Oklahoma
  128. Quinn Meinerz (Sr) IOL – Wisconsin-Whitewater
  129. Caden Sterns (Jr) S – Texas
  130. Jamie Newman (RSr) QB – Wake Forest/Georgia
  131. Ar’Darius Washington (RSo) S – TCU
  132. Rhamondre Stevenson (Sr) RB – Oklahoma
  133. Anthony Schwartz (Jr) WR – Auburn
  134. Rodarius Williams (RSr) CB – Oklahoma State
  135. Shi Smith (Sr) WR – South Carolina
  136. Chris Rumph II (RJr) EDGE – Duke
  137. Simi Fehoko (RSo) WR – Stanford
  138. Chatarius “Tutu” Atwell (Jr) WR – Louisville
  139. Divine Deablo (RSr) S – Virginia Tech
  140. Derrick Barnes (Sr) LB – Purdue
  141. Trey Hill (Jr) IOL – Georgia
  142. Benjamin St-Juste (RJr) CB – Minnesota
  143. Jack Anderson (RJr) G – Texas Tech
  144. Trill Williams (Jr) CB – Syracuse
  145. Austin Watkins (RSr) WR – UAB
  146. Kary Vincent Jr. (Sr) DB – LSU
  147. Demetric Felton (RJr) RB/WR – UCLA
  148. Olaijah Griffin (Jr) CB – USC
  149. James Wiggins (RSr) S – Cincinnati
  150. Deommodore Lenoir (Sr) CB – Oregon
  151. Drake Jackson (RSr) C – Kentucky
  152. K.J. Britt (Sr) LB – Auburn
  153. Tommy Tremble (RSo) TE – Notre Dame
  154. Alaric Jackson (RSr) OT – Iowa
  155. Malcolm Koonce (Sr) EDGE – Buffalo
  156. Robert Hainsey (Sr) OT/G – Notre Dame
  157. Jonathon Cooper (RSr) EDGE – Ohio State
  158. Marquez Stevenson (RSr) WR – Houston
  159. Osa Odighizuwa (RSr) DT – UCLA
  160. Kylin Hill (Sr) RB – Mississippi State
  161. Tamorrion Terry (RJr) WR – Florida State
  162. Joshuah Bledsoe (Sr) S – Missouri
  163. JaCoby Stevens (Sr) S/LB – LSU
  164. Rakeem Boyd (RSr) RB – Arkansas
  165. Sam Ehlinger (Sr) QB – Texas
  166. Jaret Patterson (Jr) RB – Buffalo
  167. Jaelon Darden (Sr) WR – North Texas
  168. Dazz Newsome (Sr) WR – North Carolina
  169. Dayo Odeyingbo (Sr) EDGE – Vanderbilt
  170. Wyatt Hubert (RJr) EDGE – Kansas State
  171. Dez Fitzpatrick (RSr) WR – Louisville
  172. Cornell Powell (RSr) WR – Clemson
  173. Adetokunbo Ogundeji (RSr) EDGE – Notre Dame
  174. Marlon Williams (Sr) WR – UCF
  175. Khalil Herbert (RSr) RB – Virginia Tech
  176. Janarius Robinson (RSr) EDGE – Florida State
  177. Paddy Fisher (RSr) LB – Northwestern
  178. Jermar Jefferson (Jr) RB – Oregon State
  179. Tuf Borland (RSr) LB – Ohio State
  180. Darius Stills (Sr) DT – West Virginia
  181. Joshua Kaindoh (Sr) EDGE – Florida State
  182. Hamilcar Rashed Jr. (RSr) EDGE – Oregon State
  183. Charles Snowden (Sr) LB – Virginia
  184. Victor Dimukeje (Sr) EDGE – Duke
  185. Paris Ford (RJr) S – Pittsburgh
  186. Feleipe Franks (RSr) QB – Arkansas
  187. Chris Evans (RSr) RB – Michigan
  188. Tommy Kraemer (RSr) OT/G – Notre Dame
  189. Cameron Sample (Sr) EDGE – Tulane
  190. Tarron Jackson (RSr) EDGE – Coastal Carolina
  191. Patrick Johnson (Sr) EDGE – Tulane
  192. Thomas Graham Jr. (Sr) CB – Oregon
  193. Tre Norwood (RJr) CB – Oklahoma
  194. Tariq Thompson (Sr) S – San Diego State
  195. Daelin Hayes (RSr) EDGE – Notre Dame
  196. Tyree Gillespie (Sr) S – Missouri
  197. Dan Moore Jr. (Sr) OT – Texas A&M
  198. Tony Fields II (Sr) LB – West Virginia
  199. Ian Book (RSr) QB – Notre Dame
  200. Calvin Ashley (RJr) OT – Florida A&M

Riley’s Big Board 2.0

Cover Photo taken from 247sports.com & All Logos were taken from wikipedia.org

The NFL Draft is just days away and anticipation is rising. Since my original Big Board, there has been some significant movement in the top 50 players. This Big Board has grown in size and these are my top 200 prospects entering the 2021 NFL Draft.

  1. Trevor Lawrence – QB – Clemson Clemson Tigers logo.svg
  2. Ja’Marr Chase – WR – LSU Logo
  3. Penei Sewell – OT – Oregon Logo
  4. Kyle Pitts – TE – Florida Logo
  5. Micah Parsons – LB – Penn State Logo
  6. Zach Wilson – QB – BYU Logo
  7. Rashawn Slater – OT – Northwestern Northwestern Wildcats logo.svg
  8. DeVonta Smith – WR – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  9. Trey Lance – QB – North Dakota State Logo
  10. Patrick Surtain II – CB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  11. Jaylen Waddle – WR – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  12. Caleb Farley – CB – Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Hokies logo.svg
  13. Justin Fields – QB – Ohio State Logo
  14. Gregory Rousseau – EDGE – Miami Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
  15. Alijah Vera-Tucker – OL – USC Logo
  16. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah – LB – Notre Dame Logo
  17. Kwity Paye – EDGE – Michigan Logo
  18. Najee Harris – RB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  19. Trevon Moehrig – S – TCU TCU Horned Frogs logo.svg
  20. Jaelan Phillips – EDGE – Miami Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
  21. Jaycee Horn – CB – South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks logo.svg
  22. Travis Etienne – RB – Clemson Clemson Tigers logo.svg
  23. Azeez Ojulari – EDGE – Georgia Logo
  24. Christian Darrisaw – OT – Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Hokies logo.svg
  25. Mac Jones – QB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  26. Christian Barmore – DL – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  27. Zaven Collins – LB – Tulsa Logo
  28. Rashod Bateman – WR – Minnesota Logo
  29. Kadarius Toney – WR – Florida Logo
  30. Samuel Cosmi – OT – Texas Logo
  31. Levi Onwuzurike – DT – Washington Washington Huskies logo.svg
  32. Joseph Ossai – EDGE – Texas Logo
  33. Jayson Oweh – EDGE – Penn State Logo
  34. Teven Jenkins – OT – Oklahoma State Oklahoma State University system logo.svg
  35. Joe Tryon – EDGE – Washington Washington Huskies logo.svg
  36. Jalen Mayfield – OT – Michigan Logo
  37. Asante Samuel Jr – CB – Florida State Logo
  38. Jamin Davis – LB – Kentucky Kentucky Wildcats logo.svg
  39. Wyatt Davis – IOL – Ohio State Logo
  40. Terrace Marshall Jr – WR – LSU Logo
  41. Javonte Williams – RB – North Carolina Logo
  42. Greg Newsome II – CB – Northwestern Northwestern Wildcats logo.svg
  43. Nick Bolton – LB – Missouri Logo
  44. Landon Dickerson – IOL – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  45. Rondale Moore – WR – Purdue Purdue Boilermakers logo.svg
  46. Pat Freiermuth – TE – Penn State Logo
  47. Liam Eichenberg – OT – Notre Dame Logo
  48. Carlos Basham Jr – EDGE – Wake Forest Wake Forest University Athletic logo.svg
  49. Dillon Radunz – OT – North Dakota State Logo
  50. Kelvin Joseph – CB – Kentucky Kentucky Wildcats logo.svg
  51. Alex Leatherwood – OT – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  52. Trey Smith – IOL – Tennessee Logo
  53. Jay Tufele – DT – USC Logo
  54. Creed Humphrey – OL – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners logo.svg
  55. Eric Stokes – CB – Georgia Logo
  56. Richie Grant – S – UCF Logo
  57. Dylan Moses – LB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  58. Chatarius Tutu Atwell – WR – Louisville Louisville Cardinals Logo - Go to homepage
  59. Ronnie Perkins – EDGE – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners logo.svg
  60. Jabril Cox – LB – LSU Logo
  61. Daviyon Nixon – DT – Iowa  Iowa Hawkeyes - Wikipedia
  62. Aaron Robinson – CB – UCF Logo
  63. Elijah Moore – WR – Ole Miss Ole Miss Rebels - Wikipedia
  64. Jevon Holland – S – Oregon Logo
  65. Brevin Jordan – TE – Miami Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
  66. Kyle Trask – QB – Florida Logo
  67. Tylan Wallace – WR – Oklahoma State Oklahoma State University system logo.svg
  68. Michael Carter – RB – North Carolina Logo
  69. D’Wayne Eskridge – WR – Western Michigan Western Michigan Broncos - Wikipedia
  70. Chazz Surratt – LB – North Carolina Logo
  71. Jackson Carman – OT – Clemson Clemson Tigers logo.svg
  72. Amon-Ra St. Brown – WR – USC Logo
  73. Baron Browning – LB – Ohio State Logo
  74. Walker Little – OT – Stanford Stanford Cardinal logo.svg
  75. Patrick Jones – EDGE – Pitt Logo
  76. Deonte Brown – IOL – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  77. Quincy Roche – EDGE – Miami Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
  78. Ifeatu Melifonwu – CB – Syracuse Syracuse Orange logo.svg
  79. Hamsah Nasirildeen – S – Florida State Logo
  80. Chris Rumph II – EDGE – Duke Duke Athletics logo.svg
  81. Hamilcar Rashed Jr – EDGE – Oregon State Oregon State Beavers - Wikipedia
  82. Elijah Molden – CB – Washington Washington Huskies logo.svg
  83. Josh Myers – IOL – Ohio State Logo
  84. Tyler Shelvin – DT – LSU Logo
  85. Shaun Wade – CB – Ohio State Logo
  86. Kenneth Gainwell – RB – Memphis Memphis Tigers - Wikipedia
  87. Tyson Campbell – CB – Georgia Logo
  88. Dyami Brown – WR – North Carolina Logo
  89. Marvin Wilson – DT – Florida State Logo
  90. Dayo Odeyingbo – EDGE – Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Commodores - Wikipedia
  91. Pete Werner – LB – Ohio State Logo
  92. Amari Rodgers – WR – Clemson Clemson Tigers logo.svg
  93. Caden Sterns – S – Texas Logo
  94. Cameron McGrone – LB – Michigan Logo
  95. Tommy Tremble – TE – Notre Dame Logo
  96. Dazz Newsome – WR – North Carolina Logo
  97. Quinn Meinerz – IOL – Wisconsin-Whitewater University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Athletics - Official Athletics Website
  98. Rhamondre Stevenson – RB – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners logo.svg
  99. Osa Odighizuwa – DT – UCLA UCLA Bruins script.svg
  100. Hunter Long – TE – Boston College Boston College Eagles - Wikipedia
  101. Monty Rice – LB – Georgia Logo
  102. Andre Cisco – S – Syracuse Syracuse Orange logo.svg
  103. James Hudson – OT – Cincinnati File:Cincinnati Bearcats logo.svg - Wikipedia
  104. Jaylen Twyman – DT – Pitt Logo
  105. Paulson Adebo – CB – Stanford Stanford Cardinal logo.svg
  106. Seth Williams – WR – Auburn Auburn Tigers football - Wikipedia
  107. Aaron Banks – IOL – Notre Dame Logo
  108. Trey Sermon – RB – Ohio State Logo
  109. Daelin Hayes – EDGE – Notre Dame Logo
  110. Tamorrion Terry – WR – Florida State Logo
  111. Chuba Hubbard – RB – Oklahoma State Oklahoma State University system logo.svg
  112. Kenny Yeboah – TE – Ole Miss Ole Miss Rebels - Wikipedia
  113. Spencer Brown – OT – UAB UAB Blazers - Wikipedia
  114. Trill Williams – CB – Syracuse Syracuse Orange logo.svg
  115. Sage Surratt – WR – Wake Forest Wake Forest University Athletic logo.svg
  116. Tommy Togiai – DT – Ohio State Logo
  117. Shaka Toney – EDGE – Penn State Logo
  118. Paris Ford – S – Pitt Logo
  119. Alim McNeil – DT – NC State NC State Wolfpack - Wikipedia
  120. Jamie Newman – QB – Georgia Logo
  121. Drake Jackson – IOL – Kentucky Kentucky Wildcats logo.svg
  122. Charles Snowden – LB – Virginia Virginia Cavaliers - Wikipedia
  123. Israel Mukuamu – CB – South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks logo.svg
  124. Adetokunbo Ogundeji – EDGE – Notre Dame Logo
  125. Kylin Hill – RB – Mississippi State Mississippi State Bulldogs - Wikipedia
  126. Brady Christensen – OT – BYU Logo
  127. Kary Vincent Jr – CB – LSU Logo
  128. Marlon Williams – WR – UCF Logo
  129. Nick Eubanks – TE – Michigan Logo
  130. Kellen Mond – QB – Texas A&M File:Texas A&M University logo.svg - Wikipedia
  131. Jermar Jefferson – RB – Oregon State Oregon State Beavers - Wikipedia
  132. Talanoa Hufanga – S – USC Logo
  133. Jaret Patterson – RB – Buffalo Buffalo Bulls - Wikipedia
  134. Jordan Smith – LB – UAB UAB Blazers - Wikipedia
  135. Ben Cleveland – IOL – Georgia Logo
  136. James Wiggins – S – Cincinnati File:Cincinnati Bearcats logo.svg - Wikipedia
  137. Nico Collins – WR – Michigan Logo
  138. DJ Daniel – CB – Georgia Logo
  139. Tre’ McKitty – TE – Georgia Logo
  140. Elerson Smith – EDGE – Northern Iowa Northern Iowa Panthers - Wikipedia
  141. Sam Ehlinger – QB – Texas Logo
  142. Marlon Tuipulotu – DT – USC Logo
  143. Khalil Herbert – RB – Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Hokies logo.svg
  144. Kendrick Green – IOL – Illinois Illinois Fighting Illini - Wikipedia
  145. Jaelon Darden – WR – North Texas North Texas Mean Green - Wikipedia
  146. Payton Turner – EDGE – Houston Houston Cougars football - Wikipedia
  147. Tony Fields II – LB – West Virginia West Virginia Mountaineers football - Wikipedia
  148. Kennedy Brooks – RB – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners logo.svg
  149. Dez Fitzpatrick – WR – Louisville Louisville Cardinals Logo - Go to homepage
  150. Davis Mills – QB – Stanford Stanford Cardinal logo.svg
  151. David Moore – IOL Grambling State Grambling State Tigers - Wikipedia
  152. Milton Williams – DT – Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Bulldogs and Lady Techsters - Wikipedia
  153. Cameron Sample – EDGE – Tulane Tulane Green Wave - Wikipedia
  154. Demetric Felton – RB/WR – UCLA UCLA Bruins football - Wikipedia
  155. Robert Hainsey – OT – Notre Dame Logo
  156. Benjamin St-Juste – CB – Minnesota Logo
  157. Joshuah Bledsoe – S – Missouri Logo
  158. Quintin Morris – TE – Bowling Green State Bowling Green Falcons - Wikipedia
  159. Brenden Jaimes – OT – Nebraska File:Nebraska Cornhuskers logo.svg - Wikimedia Commons
  160. Shane Buechele – QB – Southern Methodist University Athletics and Spirit Logos - SMU
  161. Tommy Kraemer – IOL – Notre Dame Logo
  162. Khyiris Tonga – DT – BYU Logo
  163. Ihmir Smith-Marsette – WR – Iowa Iowa Hawkeyes - Wikipedia
  164. Darrick Forrest – S – Cincinnati File:Cincinnati Bearcats logo.svg - Wikipedia
  165. Chris Evans – RB – Michigan Logo
  166. Shi Smith – WR – South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks logo.svg
  167. Josh Ball – OT – Marshall Marshall University - COS IT Center
  168. Darius Stills – DT – West Virginia West Virginia Mountaineers football - Wikipedia
  169. Miller Forristall – TE – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  170. Patrick Johnson – EDGE – Tulane Tulane Green Wave - Wikipedia
  171. Rashad Weaver- EDGE – Pitt Logo
  172. Anthony Schwartz – WR – Auburn Auburn Tigers football - Wikipedia
  173. Dan Moore Jr – OT – Texas A&M File:Texas A&M University logo.svg - Wikipedia
  174. Thomas Graham Jr – CB – Oregon Logo
  175. Pooka Williams – RB – Kansas Kansas Jayhawks - Wikipedia
  176. Cornell Powell – WR – Clemson Clemson Tigers logo.svg
  177. Tyree Gillespie – S – Missouri Logo
  178. Stone Forsythe – OT – Florida Logo
  179. Tedarrell Slaton – DT – Florida Logo
  180. Victor Dimukeje – EDGE – Duke Duke Athletics logo.svg
  181. Pro Wells – TE – TCU TCU Horned Frogs logo.svg
  182. Ian Book – QB – Notre Dame Logo
  183. Jack Anderson – IOL – Texas Tech File:Texas Tech Athletics logo.svg - Wikipedia
  184. Ernest Jones – LB – South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks logo.svg
  185. Gerrid Doaks – RB – Cincinnati File:Cincinnati Bearcats logo.svg - Wikipedia
  186. Jaylon Moore – OT – Western Michigan Western Michigan Broncos - Wikipedia
  187. Ambry Thomas – CB – Michigan Logo
  188. Frank Darby – WR – Arizona State Arizona State Football | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Scores, Stats and Standings
  189. Bryce Hargrove – IOL – Pitt Logo
  190. Josh Palmer – WR – Tennessee Logo
  191. KJ Britt – LB – Auburn Auburn Tigers football - Wikipedia
  192. Richard LeCounte III – S – Georgia Logo
  193. Jonathon Cooper – EDGE – Ohio State Logo
  194. Jalen Camp – WR – Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - Wikipedia
  195. Foster Sarell – OT – Stanford Stanford Cardinal logo.svg
  196. Bobby Brown III – DT – Texas A&M File:Texas A&M University logo.svg - Wikipedia
  197. Marquez Stevenson – WR – Houston Houston Cougars football - Wikipedia
  198. Jimmy Morrissey – IOL – Pitt Logo
  199. Keith Taylor Jr – CB – Washington Washington Huskies - Wikipedia
  200. Ar’Darius Washington – S – TCU TCU Horned Frogs logo.svg

Shayne’s 2021 Big Board 2.0

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The Draft is getting closer every day with just over 2 months to go I can hardly wait. Here is a look at my current top 50 players. The list is sure to change in the coming months as we find out more about medical situations, along with pro day workouts.

 

  1. Trevor Lawrence /QB/ Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia
  2. Justin Fields /QB/ Ohio St. Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  3. Ja’Marr Chase /WR/  2020 LSU Tigers football team - Wikipedia
  4. Penei Sewell /OT/ Oregon Oregon Ducks - Wikipedia
  5. DeVonta Smith /WR/ Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  6. Kyle Pitts /TE/ Florida Florida Gators - Wikipedia
  7. Zach Wilson / QB/ BYU Image result for byu football logo
  8. Rashawn Slater /OT/ Northwestern Image result for northwestern football logo
  9. Jaylen Waddle /WR/ Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  10. Patrick Surtain II /CB/ Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  11. Micah Parsons /LB/ Penn St. Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia
  12. Caleb Farley /CB/ Virginia Tech File:Virginia Tech Hokies logo.svg - Wikipedia
  13. Christian Darrisaw /OT/ Virginia Tech File:Virginia Tech Hokies logo.svg - Wikipedia
  14. Najee Harris /RB/Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  15. Gregory Rousseau /EDGE/Miami Miami Hurricanes - Wikipedia
  16. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah /LB/Notre Dame Image result for notre dame football logo
  17. Trey Lance /QB/North Dakota St. Image result for north dakota state football logo
  18. Alijah Vera-Tucker /OT/ USC USC Trojans football - Wikipedia
  19. Travis Etienne /RB/ Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia
  20. Kwity Paye /EDGE/ Michigan Michigan Wolverines - Wikipedia
  21. Kadarius Toney /WR/ Florida Florida Gators - Wikipedia
  22. Jaycee Horn /CB/ South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks - Wikipedia
  23. Alex Leatherwood /OT/ AlabamaAlabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  24. Jaelan Phillips /EDGE/ Miami Miami Hurricanes - Wikipedia
  25. Zaven Collins /LB/ Tulsa Image result for tulsa football logo
  26. Rondale Moore /WR/ Purdue Purdue Boilermakers - Wikipedia
  27. Jalen Mayfield /OT/ Michigan Michigan Wolverines - Wikipedia
  28. Terrace Marshall Jr. /WR/  2020 LSU Tigers football team - Wikipedia
  29. Rashod Bateman /WR/ Minnesota Minnesota Golden Gophers - Wikipedia
  30. Pat Freiermuth /TE/ Penn St. Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia
  31. Wyatt Davis /G/ Ohio St. Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  32. Azeez Ojulari /EDGE/ Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia
  33. Javonte Williams /RB/ North Carolina Image result for unc football logo
  34. Nick Bolton /LB/ Missouri Logo
  35. Samuel Cosmi /OT/ Texas Texas Longhorns - Wikipedia
  36. Joesph Ossai /EDGE/ TexasTexas Longhorns - Wikipedia
  37. Christian Barmore /DT/ AlabamaAlabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  38. Jackson Carman /OT/ Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia
  39. Mac Jones /QB/ AlabamaAlabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  40. Carlos Basham Jr. /EDGE/ Wake Forest Wake Forest Demon Deacons - Wikipedia
  41. Jayson Oweh /EDGE/ Penn St. Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia
  42. Pete Werner /LB/ Ohio St. Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  43. Chazz Suratt /LB/ North Carolina Image result for unc football logo
  44. Josh Myers /IOL/ Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  45. Creed Humphrey /C/ Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners - Wikipedia
  46. Liam Eichenberg /OT/ Notre Dame Image result for notre dame football logo
  47. Landon Dickerson /IOL/ AlabamaAlabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  48. Dillion Radunz /OT/ North Dakota St. Image result for north dakota state football logo
  49. Trevon Moehrig /S/  Image result for tcu horned frogs logo
  50. Shaun Wade /CB/ Ohio St. Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia

Riley’s Big Board 1.0

Cover Photo by Getty Images/SN Illustration & All Logos were taken from wikipedia.org

The NFL Draft is just over two months away and the anticipation is growing. Here, are my current Top 50 prospects entering the 2021 NFL Draft. I am anticipating a lot of movement over the next two months but, these prospects will be difference makers wherever they land.

  1. Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson  Clemson Tigers logo.svg
  2. Penei Sewell – OT, Oregon  Logo
  3. Justin Fields – QB, Ohio State  Logo
  4. DeVonta Smith – WR, Alabama  Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  5. Micah Parsons – LB, Penn State  Logo
  6. Ja’Marr Chase – WR, LSU  Logo
  7. Patrick Surtain II – CB, Alabama  Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  8. Zach Wilson – QB, BYU  Logo
  9. Rashawn Slater – OT, Northwestern  Northwestern Wildcats logo.svg
  10. Caleb Farley – CB, Virginia Tech  Virginia Tech Hokies logo.svg
  11. Kyle Pitts – TE, Florida  Logo
  12. Jaylen Waddle – WR, Alabama  Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  13. Gregory Rousseau – EDGE, Miami  Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
  14. Jaycee Horn – CB, South Carolina  South Carolina Gamecocks logo.svg
  15. Travis Etienne – RB, Clemson  Logo
  16. Trey Lance – QB, North Dakota State  Logo
  17. Jaelan Phillips – EGDE, Miami  Logo
  18. Christian Darrisaw – OT, Virginia Tech  Logo
  19. Alijah Vera-Tucker – OL, USC  Logo 
  20. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah – LB, Notre Dame  Logo
  21. Najee Harris – RB, Alabama  Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  22. Kwity Paye – EDGE, Michigan  Logo
  23. Rashod Bateman – WR, Minnesota  Logo
  24. Jalen Mayfield – OT, Michigan  Logo
  25. Zaven Collins – LB, Tulsa  Logo
  26. Wyatt Davis – OL, Ohio State  Logo
  27. Christian Barmore – DL, Alabama  Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  28. Trevon Moehrig – S, TCU  TCU Horned Frogs logo.svg
  29. Terrace Marshall Jr. – WR, LSU  Logo
  30. Mac Jones – QB, Alabama  Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  31. Samuel Cosmi – OT, Texas  Logo
  32. Nick Bolton – LB, Missouri Logo 
  33. Alex Leatherwood – OT, Alabama  Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  34. Joseph Ossai – LB, Texas  Logo
  35. Patrick Jones II – EDGE, Pittsburgh  Logo
  36. Trey Smith – OL, Tennessee  Logo
  37. Liam Eichenberg – OT, Notre Dame  Logo
  38. Asante Samuel Jr. – CB, Florida State  Logo
  39. Levi Onwuzurike – DL, Washington  Washington Huskies logo.svg
  40. Rondale Moore – WR, Purdue  Purdue Boilermakers logo.svg
  41. Creed Humphrey – C, Oklahoma  Oklahoma Sooners logo.svg
  42. Richie Grant – S, UCF  Logo
  43. Marvin Wilson – DL, Florida State  Logo
  44. Dillon Radunz – OT, North Dakota State  Logo
  45. Pat Freiermuth – TE, Penn State  Logo
  46. Javonte Williams – RB, North Carolina  Logo
  47. Landon Dickerson – C, Alabama  Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  48. Justyn Ross – WR, Clemson  Logo
  49. Dylan Moses – LB, Alabama  Alabama Crimson Tide logo.svg
  50. Jevon Holland – S, Oregon  Logo

Pupo’s 2021 Big Board 2.0

photo by: buckeyesports.com / All College Football logos by: en.wikipedia.org

We are 84 days away, until Round 1 of the 2021 NFL Draft kicks off. I’ve been counting down the days, since last year’s Draft ended. Are you counting down the days? If not, you should be. Before you know it, Draft Day will be here. The NFL Draft, is so unpredictable, which makes the event, even more fun. When it’s officially Draft Day, I feel like a kid on Christmas morning. It’s truly, my favourite event of the year. I’m sure this list will change quite a bit, but for now, here are my top 50 players in this year’s Draft. Enjoy!

  1. Trevor Lawrence (Jr) QB – Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia
  2. Justin Fields (Jr) QB – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  3. Penei Sewell (Jr) OT – Oregon Oregon Ducks - Wikipedia
  4. Patrick Surtain II (Jr) CB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  5. DeVonta Smith (Sr) WR – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  6. Ja’Marr Chase (Jr) WR – LSU 2020 LSU Tigers football team - Wikipedia
  7. Kyle Pitts (Jr) TE – Florida Florida Gators - Wikipedia
  8. Najee Harris (Sr) RB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  9. Caleb Farley (RJr) CB – Virginia Tech File:Virginia Tech Hokies logo.svg - Wikipedia
  10. Micah Parsons (Jr) LB – Penn State Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia
  11. Gregory Rousseau (RSo) EDGE – Miami Miami Hurricanes - Wikipedia
  12. Jaylen Waddle (Jr) WR – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  13. Jaycee Horn (Jr) CB – South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks - Wikipedia
  14. Zach Wilson (Jr) QB – BYU Image result for byu football logo
  15. Trey Lance (RSo) QB – North Dakota State Image result for north dakota state football logo
  16. Travis Etienne (Sr) RB – Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia
  17. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (RJr) LB – Notre Dame Image result for notre dame football logo
  18. Rashawn Slater (Sr) OT/G – Northwestern Image result for northwestern football logo
  19. Christian Darrisaw (Jr) OT – Virginia Tech File:Virginia Tech Hokies logo.svg - Wikipedia
  20. Alex Leatherwood (Sr) OT/G – AlabamaAlabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  21. Alijah Vera-Tucker (RJr) OT/G – USC USC Trojans football - Wikipedia
  22. Jaelan Phillips (RJr) EDGE – Miami Miami Hurricanes - Wikipedia
  23. Terrace Marshall Jr. (Jr) WR – LSU 2020 LSU Tigers football team - Wikipedia
  24. Christian Barmore (RSo) DT – AlabamaAlabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  25. Creed Humphrey (RJr) C – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners - Wikipedia
  26. Wyatt Davis (RJr) G – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  27. Zaven Collins (RJr) LB – Tulsa Image result for tulsa football logo
  28. Teven Jenkins (RSr) OT – Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Cowboys and Cowgirls - Wikipedia
  29. Josh Myers (RJr) IOL – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia
  30. Carlos Basham Jr. (RSr) EDGE – Wake Forest Wake Forest Demon Deacons - Wikipedia
  31. Richie Grant (RSr) S – UCF Image result for ucf football logo
  32. Samuel Cosmi (RJr) OT – Texas Texas Longhorns - Wikipedia
  33. Trey Sermon (Sr) RB – Ohio State Oklahoma Sooners - Wikipedia
  34. Kadarius Toney (Sr) WR – Florida Florida Gators - Wikipedia
  35. Azeez Ojulari (RSo) EDGE – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia
  36. Kwity Paye (Sr) EDGE – Michigan Michigan Wolverines - Wikipedia
  37. Rashod Bateman (Jr) WR – Minnesota Minnesota Golden Gophers - Wikipedia
  38. Pat Freiermuth (Jr) TE – Penn State Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia
  39. Liam Eichenberg (RSr) OT – Notre Dame Image result for notre dame football logo
  40. Rondale Moore (RSo) WR – Purdue Purdue Boilermakers - Wikipedia
  41. Trevon Moehrig (Jr) S – TCU Image result for tcu horned frogs logo
  42. Dylan Moses (RJr) LB – AlabamaAlabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia
  43. Marvin Wilson (Sr) DT – Florida State Florida State Seminoles - Wikipedia
  44. Eric Stokes Jr. (RJr) CB – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia
  45. Jackson Carman (Jr) OT – Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia
  46. Jevon Holland (Jr) S – Oregon Oregon Ducks - Wikipedia
  47. Jalen Mayfield (RSo) OT – Michigan Michigan Wolverines - Wikipedia
  48. Javonte Williams (Jr) RB – North Carolina Image result for unc football logo
  49. Quincy Roche (RSr) EDGE – Miami Miami Hurricanes - Wikipedia
  50. Tyson Campbell (Jr) CB – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia

Shayne’s 2021 Big Board 1.0

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Here is a first look at my way too early top 50 players eligible for the 2021 NFL draft. With conferences moving to a spring season and some still unsure of what they will do this upcoming season, players have already started to declare for the draft. I am as bummed as the next person not being able to watch college football all day every Saturday. These players are based on a first look, I have not done full scouting reports for every player on the list. So if you see someone left off or think someone is too high or low please let me know in the comments. This list will evolve and change as I go through each player more thoroughly, and as the season (or whatever we get ) goes on.

 

  1. Penei Sewell /OT/ Oregon 
  2. Trevor Lawrence /QB/ Clemson
  3. Micah Parsons /LB/ Penn St
  4. Justin Fields /QB/ Ohio St
  5. Ja’Marr Chase /WR/ LSU
  6. Gregory Rousseau /EDGE/ Miami
  7. Alex Leatherwood /OT/ Alabama 
  8. Trey Lance /QB/ North Dakota St
  9. Rondale Moore /WR/ Purdue 
  10. Dylan Moses /LB/ Alabama 
  11. Jaylen Waddle /WR/ Alabama 
  12. Christian Barmore /DT/ Alabama
  13. Walker Little /OT/ Stanford
  14. Shaun Wade /CB/ Ohio St
  15. Jaylen Twyman /DT/ Pittsburgh 
  16. Samuel Cosmi /OT/ Texas 
  17. Marvin Wilson /DT/ Florida St
  18. Wyatt Davis /G/ Ohio St
  19. Patrick Surtain II /CB/ Alabama 
  20. Caleb Farley /CB/ Virginia Tech
  21. Jevon Holland /S/ Oregon 
  22. Creed Humphrey /C/ Oklahoma 
  23. DeVonta Smith /WR/ Alabama
  24. Kyle Pitts /TE/ Florida 
  25. Carlos Basham Jr. /EDGE/ Wake Forest 
  26. Hamsah Nasirildeen /S/ Florida St
  27. Najee Harris /RB/ Alabama 
  28. Pat Freiermuth /TE/ Penn St
  29. Travis Etienne /RB/ Clemson
  30. Chris Olave /WR/ Ohio St
  31.  Rashod Bateman /WR/ Minnesota 
  32. Jackson Carman /OT/ Clemson 
  33. Trey Smith /G/ Tennessee 
  34. Quincy Roche /Edge/ Miami 
  35. Brock Purdy /QB/ Iowa St
  36. Chuba Hubbard /RB/ Oklahoma St
  37. Josh Meyers /C/ Ohio St
  38. Paulson Adebo /CB/ Stanford 
  39. Justyn Ross (injury) /WR/ Clemson 
  40. Daniel Faalele /OT/ Minnesota 
  41. Andre Cisco /S/ Syracuse 
  42. Richard LeCounte III /S/ Georgia 
  43.  Kwity Paye /EDGE/ Michigan 
  44.  Tyson Campbell /CB/ Georgia 
  45.  Amon-Ra St.Brown /WR/ USC 
  46.  Assante Sammuel Jr. /CB/ Florida St
  47.  Jay Tufele /DT/ USC
  48.  Chazz Surratt /LB/ North Carolina 
  49.  Brevin Jordan /TE/ Miami
  50.  Aidan Hutchinson /EDGE/ Michigan 

 

Pupo’s 2021 Big Board #1

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These last few weeks have put College Football teams and fans on a roller coaster ride. Players like Caleb Farley, Micah Parsons, and also Rondale Moore, have announced, they will opt out, and start preparing for the Draft. I don’t know about you, but I love these early declarations. Will some of the Big 10 and Pac-12 teams move to the SEC or Big 12, so they can play Football this year? Will entire College Football be cancelled this year? Will they move it to the Spring? These are all questions that will be answered as we progress. It’s never too early to form a Big Board, for the following year’s Draft. Just a little heads up, I don’t have Trey Lance on here, because I think he’ll transfer to a Power 5 School, or stay at North Dakota State for the 2021 Season, and will enter the 2022 Draft. I think I might be the only person on the planet, that has Lance staying in College. Their are 259 days until the 2021 NFL Draft. Yes I’m counting. I’m not sure if you are though. I’m sure this list will change drastically, when my final Big Board is revealed a few days before the Draft, but for now, here are my top 50 players for the 2021 NFL Draft. Enjoy!

1. Trevor Lawrence QB – Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia

2. Penei Sewell OT – Oregon Oregon Ducks - Wikipedia

3. Justin Fields QB – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia

4. Gregory Rousseau EDGE – Miami Miami Hurricanes - Wikipedia

5. Micah Parsons LB – Penn State Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia

6. Ja’Marr Chase WR – LSU 2020 LSU Tigers football team - Wikipedia

7. Marvin Wilson DT – Florida State Florida State Seminoles - Wikipedia

8. Caleb Farley CB – Virginia Tech File:Virginia Tech Hokies logo.svg - Wikipedia

9. Travis Etienne RB – Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia

10. Patrick Surtain II CB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia

11. Rashod Bateman WR – Minnesota Minnesota Golden Gophers - Wikipedia

12. Creed Humphrey C – Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners - Wikipedia

13. Shaun Wade CB – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia

14. Jaycee Horn CB – South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks - Wikipedia

15. Javon Holland S – Oregon Oregon Ducks - Wikipedia

16. Wyatt Davis G – Ohio State Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia

17. Paulson Adebo CB – Stanford Stanford Cardinal football statistical leaders - Wikipedia

18. Najee Harris RB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia

19. Andre Cisco S – Syracuse  Syracuse Orange football - Wikipedia

20. DeVonta Smith WR – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia

21. Samuel Cosmi OT – Texas Texas Longhorns - Wikipedia

22. Jaylen Waddle WR – AlabamaAlabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia

23. Jackson Carman OT – Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia

24. Jalen Mayfield OT – Michigan Michigan Wolverines - Wikipedia

25. Chuba Hubbard RB – Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Cowboys and Cowgirls - Wikipedia

26. Alex Leatherwood OT/G – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia

27. Carlos Basham Jr. EDGE – Wake Forest Wake Forest Demon Deacons - Wikipedia

28. Chris Olave WR – Ohio State  Ohio State Buckeyes - Wikipedia

29. Pat Freiermuth TE – Penn State Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia

30. Rondale Moore WR – Purdue Purdue Boilermakers - Wikipedia

31. Kyle Pitts TE – Florida Florida Gators - Wikipedia

32. Jaylen Twyman DT – Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Panthers - Wikipedia

33. Dylan Moses LB – Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide - Wikipedia

34. Jayson Oweh EDGE – Penn State Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia

35. Hamsah Nasirildeen S – Florida State Florida State Seminoles - Wikipedia

36. Eric Stokes CB – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia

37. Terrace Marshall Jr. WR – LSU 2020 LSU Tigers football team - Wikipedia

38. Derion Kendrick CB – Clemson Clemson Tigers - Wikipedia

39. Jay Tufele DT – USC USC Trojans football - Wikipedia

40. Caden Sterns S – Texas Texas Longhorns - Wikipedia

41. Israel Mukuamu CB – South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks - Wikipedia

42. Brevin Jordan TE – Miami Miami Hurricanes - Wikipedia

43. Chazz Surratt LB – North Carolina North Carolina Tar Heels - Wikipedia

44. Quincy Roche EDGE – Miami Miami Hurricanes - Wikipedia

45. Tylan Wallace WR – Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Cowboys and Cowgirls - Wikipedia

46. Richard LeCounte III S – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia

47. Journey Brown RB – Penn State Penn State Nittany Lions - Wikipedia

48. Tyson Campbell CB – Georgia Georgia Bulldogs football - Wikipedia

49. Hamilcar Rashed Jr. EDGE – Oregon State Oregon State Beavers - Wikipedia

50. Marco Wilson CB – Florida Florida Gators - Wikipedia