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Top 10 NFL draft prospects across every position

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Numerous changes throughout these rankings, so make sure you take a good look to the 220-plus names below.

Remember that seniors, juniors and eligible underclassmen are ranked together here. By "underclassmen," I simply refer to players who technically could return to school for the 2016 season. Those are true juniors and third-year sophomores.

But since we've reached the halfway point in the college football season, it's time to rank every draft-eligible player side by side. Things are sure to change, but this is where I have things now.

An asterisk means the player is a junior (one more season of eligibility); two asterisks means the player is a third-year sophomore (two more seasons of eligibility).


Quarterbacks

1. *Paxton Lynch, Memphis
2. *Jared Goff, California
3. Carson Wentz, North Dakota St.
4. Connor Cook, Michigan St.
5. *Christian Hackenberg, Penn St.
6. Dak Prescott, Mississippi St.
7. *Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma
8. Cody Kessler, USC
9. Brandon Doughty, Western Kentucky
10. Trevone Boykin, TCU

A few other names who would be next include Cardale Jones from Ohio State, Brandon Allen from Arkansas and Jacoby Brissett from North Carolina State.