2016 NFL Draft: Updated Wide Receiver Rankings Following Combine Workouts

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Following the conclusion of each day of the 2016 NFL Combine, prospect rankings for every position group that performed that day will be updated and published. These version of player rankings will include only players at the position that were invited to Indianapolis.

Here’s a look at the updated prospect rankings, including the top five overall prospects, for the wide receivers following their workouts at the 2016 NFL Combine.

2016 NFL Draft: Updated Quarterback Rankings Following Combine Workouts

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Following the conclusion of each day of the 2016 NFL Combine, prospect rankings for every position group that performed that day will be updated and published. These version of player rankings will include only players at the position that were invited to Indianapolis.

Here’s a look at the updated prospect rankings, including the top five overall prospects, for the quarterbacks following their workouts at the 2016 NFL Combine.

Physical measurements and results from every test that the top five players participated in are included.

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2015 NFL Draft: Post-Combine Big Board and Prospect Rankings

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The NFL Combine may be over and done with, but the buzz that many of the event’s top performers were able to generate is still dominating the headlines.

Top prospects such as West Virginia WR Kevin White, Michigan State CB Trae Waynes and Clemson edge rusher Vic Beasley all proved to be elite athletes, while other less heralded prospects such as UConn CB Byron Jones, Hobart OL Ali Marpet and Texas LB Jordan Hicks all gave a big boost to their stock with tremendous showings in workouts as well.

With the Combine now in the rear view mirror and the NFL free agency period right around the corner, draft weekend continues to inch ever closer. It’s now time to to delve deep and figure out which players truly have what it takes to become impact players at the next level.

So how does the stock of the top prospects stand at this point in the process?

With just a little over two months to go before draft weekend, here’s a look at the updated Top 100 big board along with positional prospect rankings for the 2015 NFL Draft class,

2015 NFL Draft Preview: The Early Bird Special

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With many analysts dubbing the 2014 NFL draft class the deepest and most talented group that they’ve seen in at least a decade, it’s clear that the 2015 draft class is going to have a mighty tough precedent to live up to.

Since a record 98 underclassmen—including big-name stars such as JadeveonClowney, Johnny Manziel, Sammy Watkins and Teddy Bridgewater—chose to declare for the 2014 draft, college football has obviously taken a major talent hit. Luckily, though, the sport still has plenty of established impact players and plenty more up-and-coming talents that NFL scouts should be excited about.

Oregon QB Marcus Mariota, Baylor QB Bryce Petty, Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon, Texas A&M OT Cedric Ogbuehi, UCLA QB Brett Hundley and Nebraska DE Randy Gregory are just a few of the high-profile prospects who bypassed the chance to earn millions as high picks in the 2014 draft in order to return to school and continue honing their skills on the collegiate level.

They’ll be some of the must-watch prospects to keep an eye on this fall, but there will be plenty of other notable names to watch out for as well.

Admittedly, trying to rank and project draft prospects this early in the process is simply an impossible task. Every year, we always end up seeing a few unheralded prospects rise from relative obscurity and become household names, while we also see highly touted commodities fail to live up to their preseason hype.

At this time last year, who would have thought that Blake Bortles would be picked ahead of Johnny Manziel and Teddy Bridgewater? Or that Greg Robinson would be the top offensive tackle taken? Or that once overlooked prospects like Ja’Wuan James, Dee Ford, Marcus Smith, Deone Bucannon and Jimmie Ward would all end up being selected in the first round?

So much is bound to happen over the next 12 months that will change the complexion of the 2015 draft class. Still, it’s never too early to get a jump on evaluating and discerning the next wave of top prospects.

Here’s a very early, preliminary look at college football’s top prospects for the 2015 NFL draft.

2014 NFL Mock Draft: Pre-Bowl Season Projections and Prospect Rankings

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Are the Houston Texans ready to ride a new Carr into the future?

That’s one of the most intriguing questions surrounding the 2014 NFL draft. Following the conclusion of the college football regular season, Carr has elevated himself into the conversation to be the No. 1 overall pick next May. At the same time, Houston has been sinking downwards into the abyss, crawling closer and closer to the top overall pick.

With college football bowl season on the horizon, there’s still a lot that can change in the next few months leading up to the 2014 draft. Bowl performances, senior bowl showings, combine workouts and pro days will all come into play in the near future.

There are two weeks to go in the NFL season, and a huge slate of bowl games.

There are still more questions than answers, but at least the shape of the 2014 draft class is somewhat starting to form.

Here’s a look at the current first-round projections for the 2014 draft, along with individual position rankings, as bowl season approaches.

*Note: Underclassmen and Early 2015 draft rankings are based on underclassmen declaration projections as of Dec. 17.