RB

Overall this class doesn't have any instant studs, but there are quite a few guys that could get major carries in the league.

1) Tre Mason, Auburn

If I had to draft a runner out of this class it would be Mason. He doesn't show up in every game, and his size is a little small, but he is a powerful dude that has MJD potential. I would rather get five great years out of Mason instead of getting seven or eight ok years out of some others in this class.

2) Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona

Carey can do a little bit of everything, can handle a heavy load, and is a 100-yard monster. He has a ton of miles already though, and a few off the field concerns.

3) Bishop Sankey, Washington

If there is a guy that might break out to be an every down guy in the league I think it could be Sankey. He has good size, can break it pretty well for speed, and he can catch it.

4) Lache Seastruck, Baylor

Seastruck isn't going to be an every down back in the league, but he is a scary weapon that some team will love having.

5) Jeremy Hill, LSU

Hill rounds out the all-overrated team in the draft. He will get overdrafted to a team like the Cardinals who will fall in love with his occasional explosion. I see a guy that is a stud only half as much as he should be.

6) Kapri Bibbs, Colorado State


Bibbs is a beast. He won't be a 3rd down back, but think Alfred Morris.

7) Carlos Hyde, OSU

Beanie Wells.

7) Andre Williams, BC

I don't know why he is so low on so many rankings. He doesn't catch the ball, but he is Bernard Pierce.

8) De'Anthony Thomas, Oregon

Give him 7-12 touches a game and you are golden. Make him your run game and you will be looking for replacements sooner than later.

WR

1) Sammy Watkins, Clemson

I have heard some comparisons lately between the talent of Watkins, and AJ Green/ Julio Jones. I don't quite see him in that same boat yet. He isn't as big, not as quick (for his size), and not as polished as the other two. He also fell off way too hard his sophomore season to not have some concerns in terms of focus.

With that said Watkins is a top notch receiver, and he might be the best player in the draft.

2) Marquise Lee, USC

Lee had a disturbing Junior year that was riddled with knee injuries and drops. He might not be able to step up and be a WR1 on a mediocre team, but he has elite WR2 talent. I would love to see him on a team like Indy or Carolina that has a solid receiver already in the mix.

3) Kelvin Benjamin, FSU

No Mike Evans? I'll explain more later, but I like Benjamin better. He is slightly faster at about the same size. He seems to dominate good corners, and he is a factor in every game.

4) Mike Evans, TAMU

Evans will occasionally take over a game and dominate, but for every game he does he will have a dud. I think he will be liable against corners that will push him around, and I don't trust his speed to create the breakaways that he got in college.

5) Odell Beckham Jr, LSU

He has decent size, great speed, and he can make something out of nothing. I don't think that he will be a stud in the league, but he could be a solid steal in this draft.

6) Davante Adams, Fresno St.

The competition wasn't great, but Adams was able to control almost anyone that he took on. He has good size, ok speed, and a deep grasp of the game.

7) Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin

I love Abrakadabra. He good height and speed, and can excel in any offense (see Wisconsin's pass game). Think Anquan Boldin potential.

8) Jordan Matthews, Vandy

He doesn't have elite speed, but Matthews could really contribute on a lot of teams.

TE

1) Eric Ebron, UNC

Ebron is an athletic freak that can make some huge plays. He is a poor mans Vernon Davis, but he should be able to step in and start immediately. He won't dominate games like Gronk or Graham, but he should be a huge help a la Antonio Gates.

2) Austin Sefarian-Jenkins

There is something that doesn't add up with him, but he could be special. He has the potential to play like Gronk or Graham, but Washington couldn't do anything to let him explode. Given the right team he could be insane.

3) Jace Amaro, Texas Tech

It's not often that a tight end has over 100 receptions in a season. And it isn't often that when he does he is the 3rd best tight end in the class. It is nothing against him, but I don't see the upside that I do with the other two.