Todd McShay's updated Top 32: Ranking 2018 NFL draft prospects

Who's going to be the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft? (4:12)

Mike Greenberg, Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay weigh in on which college QBs will top the draft boards in 2018. (4:12)

With the college football regular season nearly at end, draft season is really set to begin. There aren't any top 32 prospects in the Army-Navy game this weekend, so this is my final set of player rankings for the CFB regular season. And they will be the final rankings before Mock Draft 1.0, which will come out next Wednesday.

Here are my top prospects for the 2018 NFL draft right now:

Note: Players not in their senior years are marked with asterisks.

1. Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA*

Grade: 94 | Previous rank: 4

Yes, we finally have a change at No. 1. This is still a close race between Sam Darnold and Rosen, but I watched the USC-UCLA game from the sideline and there is a gap between the two QBs right now. As I noted in our draft primer, Rosen is far superior going through his progressions and has a pretty deep ball. He's a better QB right now, but that doesn't mean he will be down the line.

2. Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State*

Grade: 94 | Previous rank: 2