Let’s start by giving some inside on this list, each week I am going to release a top 20 of draft eligible for QB, RB, and WR. Throughout the season we are going to watch the stock rise and fall for draft eligible players at one of these positions. Just think Joe Burrow wouldn’t have been on anyone’s draft board going into his transfer to LSU. I want to release each week (20-16) on Tuesdays, (15-11) on Wednesdays, (10-6) on Thursdays and Fridays are for the top 5. I am obviously off to a late start some players on or around the list are transfers in competitions waiting to be announced a starter, so this week will be two releases. The list is made up of DRAFT ELIGIBLE PLAYERS ONLY. I take position draft board rankings, last year performance, personal projection and condition of roster and coaching staff into placing these guys on the list but no one factory outweighs the others. From week to week, we will see the stock of these players and others that make their name on the list be impacted by their performance. Level of competition will be taken into consideration.
20. A.T. Perry (Wake Forest)
19. EJ Williams (Clemson)
18. Keonata Mumpfield (Pitt)
These three slots are held by guys with uncertainty at QB. Keonata is getting his first taste with Kedon Slovis is new in the Pitt system. This connection could take a few weeks to really show off Mumpfields potential.
17. Antwane Wells Jr. (South Carolina)
Wells should make a huge impact with Spencer Rattler now in town. Wells will be tasked with helping Rattler rebuild his draft stock.
16. Ronnie Bell (Michigan)
Michigan is planning on going with a two QB approach so its becoming more uncertain what Bell will be able to show off. Thats not even a dig against the players it should be difficult to find a rhythm.
15. Jalen Cropper (Fresno St.)
Fresno State looks to replicate a season where the program looks to build off Jake Haener and Jalen Cropper season last year. Expect from Cropper to have a huge season and add to his draft profile.
14. Zay Flowers (BC)
Zay Flowers starts with a good match up against Rutgers. He is going to look to test a Rutgers defense that is trying to find relevance. Flowers looks to lead this wide reciever core.
13. Julian Flemming (Ohio State)
Flemming has struggled to stay healthy but with Olave out of town its Julians time to shine. This is a major potential slot here since there isn’t a lot of film, but Ohio State is planning to be one of the best passing attacks in college football.
12. Parker Washington (Penn State)
11. Jadon Haselwood (Arkansas)
Parker and Jadon have chance to have big years with an expected improvement in both offenses. Penn State is looking to bounce back after a very unusual season, where they were nowhere near expectation. Look for Washington to be a big part of the redemption tour for PSU. Jadon Haselwood looks to put himself on draft boards transferring in to play with QB KJ Jefferson with both expected to take a major leap. These two are going to make for a dangerous connection.