NFL Draft: Offensive Rankings – Version 1.0

Deshaun Watson will become a very hot commodity throughout NFL Draft season.

In just one week’s time, there will be no football to watch. The Super Bowl will end, a new champion will be crowned, and we won’t even have the pathetic Pro Bowl to hold us over for an extra week, when it was played after the big game like old times.

However, one way for football fans to stay sane? They turn to the NFL Draft. That is where this article will help you.

Below are the top five prospects for each position, as well as their projected draft round.

QUARTERBACK
1. DeShawn Watson, Clemson (1st)
2. Mitch Trubisky, North Carolina (1st)
3. Pat Mahomes, Texas Tech (3rd)
4. Deshone Kizer, Notre Dame (3rd)
5. Brad Kaaya, Miami, FL (4th)

RUNNING BACK
1. Dalvin Cook, Florida State (1st)
2. Leonard Fournette, LSU (1st)
3. Christian McCaffery (1st-2nd)
4. Joe Mixon, Oklahoma (2nd-3rd)
5. Wayne Gallman, Clemson (3rd)

WIDE RECEIVER
1. Mike Williams, Clemson (1st)
2. Ju-Ju Smith-Schuster, USC (1st)
3. Corey Davis, Western Michigan (1st)
t4. John Ross, Washington (1st)
t4. Dede Westbrook, Oklahoma (1st-2nd)
5. Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington (2nd)

TIGHT END
1. O.J. Howard, Alabama (1st)
2. David Njoku, Miami, FL (2nd)
3. Jordan Leggett, Clemson (2nd)
4. Evan Engram, Mississippi (2nd)
5. Bucky Hodges, Virginia Tech (3rd)

OFFENSIVE TACKLE
1. Cam Robinson, Alabama (1st)
2. Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin (1st)
3. Roderick Johnson, Florida State (2nd)
4. Garett Bolles, Utah (2nd)
5. Taylor Moton, Western Michigan (2nd)

CENTER/GUARD
1. Dan Feeney, Indiana, G (1st-2nd)
2. Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky, G (2nd)
3. Ethan Pocic, LSU, C (2nd)
4. Dorian Johnson, Pittsburgh, G (2nd)
t5. Pat Elflein, Ohio State, C (3rd)
t5. Zach Banner, USC, G (3rd)

The offensive positions are loaded at tight end and wide receiver, with quarterback and offensive tackle being a bit underwhelming.

Next up, a loaded defensive draft class, especially at defensive line and safety. Be sure to keep coming back to BLTD for more on the NFL Draft, as well as everything else in sports, music and entertainment.

Written by Derek Kramer

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