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Xavier Cromartie’s Top 100 NFL Draft Prospects (2016) *2.0

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At College Football Metrics, we want to outperform all other scouting services in correctly evaluating where teams should take prospects in the NFL Draft. But we also want to lead the way in predicting what teams will actually do with their draft picks. In 2015, we made our debut in The Huddle Report’s exclusive, expert-only NFL Draft contests. CFM took 5th place (out of 113) in the mock draft competition and 4th place (out of 56) in the top 100 board competition. In 2016, we want double crowns!

CFM has partnered with Xavier Cromartie (Twitter @xaviercromartie) to produce mock drafts and top 100 prospect boards based on his latest intel, research, and analysis. Xavier was the final grand prize winner of ESPN’s NFL Draft 1st Round Forecast game, and he is the undefeated Play The Draft Champion Emeritus.

Draft scenarios change as new information comes in during draft season, and so we will run updates here as often as Xavier makes adjustments to his mocks and boards.

*This is not our private scouting/rankings, just where we see the NFL headed towards based on our latest information. We are predicting that these players will be the top 100 drafted (as of the publish date).

*See all of Xavier Cromartie’s latest Mock Drafts (three-rounds) and top 100 rankings at our home page under the ‘Mock Draft’ tab.

 

 

Rank, Player, Tier

1 OT Laremy Tunsil (Mississippi)   0

2 DE Joey Bosa (Ohio State) 1

3 CB/S Jalen Ramsey (Florida State) 1

4 DE DeForest Buckner (Oregon) 1

5 LB/RB Myles Jack (UCLA) 1

6 LB Jaylon Smith (Notre Dame) 1

7 RB Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State) 1

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8 QB Carson Wentz (North Dakota State) 2

9 QB Jared Goff (California) 2

10 DE Noah Spence (Eastern Kentucky) 2

11 CB Vernon Hargreaves (Florida) 2

12 OT Ronnie Staley (Notre Dame) 2

13 DT A’Shawn Robinson (Alabama) 2

14 LB Reggie Ragland (Alabama) 2

15 OT Jack Conklin (Michigan State) 2

16 OT Taylor Decker (Ohio State) 2

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17 QB Paxton Lynch (Memphis) 3

18 OLB Leonard Floyd (Georgia) 3

19 CB Eli Apple (Ohio State) 3

20 CB Kendall Fuller (Virginia Tech) 3

21 CB Mackensie Alexander (Clemson) 3

22 WR Laquon Treadwell (Mississippi) 3

23 DT Vernon Butler (Louisiana Tech) 3

24 DT Robert Nkemdiche (Mississippi) 3

25 DT Jarran Reed (Alabama) 3

26 DT Sheldon Rankins (Louisville) 3

27 RB Derrick Henry (Alabama) 3

28 LB Darron Lee (Ohio State) 3

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29 OLB Kyler Fackrell (Utah State) 4

30 DE Emmanuel Ogbah (Oklahoma State) 4

31 DE Shaq Lawson (Clemson) 4

32 DE Kevin Dodd (Clemson) 4

33 WR Braxton Miller (Ohio State) 4

34 WR Will Fuller (Notre Dame) 4

35 WR Michael Thomas (Ohio State) 4

36 WR Tyler Boyd (Pittsburgh) 4

37 OT Jason Spriggs (Indiana) 4

38 DT Adolphus Washington (Ohio State) 4

39 DT Andrew Billings (Baylor) 4

40 DT Kenny Clark (UCLA) 4

41 DT Austin Johnson (Penn State) 4

42 DT Maliek Collins (Nebraska) 4

43 TE Hunter Henry (Arkansas) 4

44 TE Nick Vannett (Ohio State) 4

45 S Darian Thompson (Boise State) 4

46 S Keanu Neal (Florida) 4

47 S Vonn Bell (Ohio State) 4

48 LB Kentrell Brothers (Missouri) 4

49 C Nick Martin (Notre Dame) 4

50 C Ryan Kelly (Alabama) 4

51 G Cody Whitehair (Kansas State) 4

52 LB Su’a Cravens (USC) 4

53 LB Jordan Jenkins (Georgia) 4

54 LB Joshua Perry (Ohio State) 4

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55 QB Connor Cook (Michigan State) 5

56 QB Christian Hackenberg (Penn State) 5

57 QB Cardale Jones (Ohio State) 5

58 OLB Kamalei Correa (Boise State) 5

59 DE Shilique Calhoun (Michigan State) 5

60 DE Jonathan Bullard (Florida) 5

61 DE Carl Nassib (Penn State) 5

62 DE Jason Fanaika (Utah) 5

63 CB Artie Burns (Miami) 5

64 CB Deiondre Hall (Northern Iowa) 5

65 CB James Bradberry (Samford) 5

66 CB Zack Sanchez (Oklahoma) 5

67 WR Corey Coleman (Baylor) 5

68 WR Pharoh Cooper (South Carolina) 5

69 WR Josh Doctson (Texas Christian) 5

70 WR De’Runnya Wilson (Mississippi State) 5

71 OT Le’Raven Clark (Texas Tech) 5

72 OT Germain Ifedi (Texas A&M) 5

73 OT Shon Coleman (Auburn) 5

74 DT Chris Jones (Mississippi State)  5

75 DT Hassan Ridgeway (Texas) 5

76 DT Darius Latham (Indiana) 5

77 TE Austin Hooper (Stanford) 5

78 S Jeremy Cash (Duke) 5

79 S Jayron Kearse (Clemson) 5

80 S Miles Killebrew (Southern Utah) 5

81 LB Jared Norris (Utah) 5

82 LB Beniquez Brown (Mississippi State) 5

83 RB Devontae Booker (Utah) 5

84 RB Alex Collins (Arkansas) 5

85 RB Kenneth Dixon (Louisiana Tech) 5

86 RB Paul Perkins (UCLA) 5

87 RB CJ Prosise (Notre Dame) 5

88 G Vadal Alexander (Louisiana State) 5

89 G Denver Kirkland (Arkansas) 5

90 G Connor McGovern (Missouri) 5

91 G Sebastian Tretola (Stanford) 5

92 G Joshua Garnett (Stanford) 5

93 LB Deion Jones (Louisiana State) 5

94 K Roberto Aguayo (Florida State) 5

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95 DE Shawn Oakman (Baylor) 6

96 CB William Jackson (Houston) 6

97 CB Xavien Howard (Baylor) 6

98 CB Harlan Miller (Southeastern Louisiana) 6

99 WR Sterling Shepard (Oklahoma) 6

100 WR Leonte Carroo (Rutgers) 6

 

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