College football's 2019 recruiting class was headlined by linemen, the top five prospects all dominating from the trenches. Those players are also proving to be the most productive in the transition to college with three living up to those lofty rankings and five-star expectations. DE Kayvon Thibodeaux, OT Evan Neal and OG Kenyon Green are all producing at a high level for their respective teams.
While some of the elite talent from this class has not yet impacted the game as quickly as projected, such as DE Nolan Smith and WR Jadon Haselwood, others have risen to greater heights, notably former three-star RB Breece Hall at Iowa State.
Below, we examine how different the class would look if we re-ranked players based on their college production. Here is our revised version of the top 10 in the 2019 ESPN 300 knowing what we know now.