Mac Jones | QB, Alabama
Mac Jones came into Mobile with a mission…come out as the clear cut No.1 QB of the group. He did just that by the conclusion of the week and he didn’t even have to play in the game. Jones had already jumped Trey Lance in our prior QB Rankings, but is creating a cushion in the QB4 spot.
Carlos Basham | DL, Wake Forest
There were questions about if Basham belonged in the elite conversation for this class, but he proved that he certainly does. Basham ended the week as one of the most impressive defensive players.
Nico Collins | WR, Michigan
Collins had limited production at Michigan, but was by far one of the most physically imposing receivers at the Senior Bowl. Collins looked clean in his routes and frequently found success against the defensive backs. Collins is a legitimate Day 2 pick.
Elerson Smith | Edge, Northern Iowa
Smith is a bit of a no name, but the 6’7″ 245 lb edge rusher dominated 1 on 1s all week against some of the best offensive lineman in Mobile. Smith has legitimized himself as a prospect and likely went from undrafted to drafted after this week.
Quinn Meinerz | OL, Wisconsin-Whitewater
Meinerz was a bit of a viral meme due to his crop top appearance, but nobody was laughing at his play. The DIII All-American who hadn’t taken a snap since 2019 dominated all week long against Power 5 defensive lineman. Meinerz has climbed further up my Big Board than any other prospect.
Dillon Radunz | OL, North Dakota State
Radunz had an awesome week and proved that he can hang with the big boys of the power 5. Radunz was voted as the “Overall Practice Player of the Week” by his peers and has legitimized himself as a top 64 draft pick.
Shi Smith | WR, USC
Smith had an awesome week and dominated in 1 on 1s. He proved himself as one of the elite slot receivers and kept up with Amari Rodgers and Kadarius Toney.
Tre McKitty | TE, Georgia
McKitty had the catch of the week on a dime from Mac Jones. The FSU transfer was limited in Georgia’s offense, but had a great week and was one of the better receiving TEs.
Demetric Felton | RB/WR, UCLA
Felton weighed in around 190, which was a good bit lighter than he was last season when he started for the Bruins at RB. Felton has bounced around positions in college, but proved himself as a WR and is really flying up draft boards.
Amari Rodgers | WR, Clemson
Rodgers ran clean routes and got separation at all levels. He capped off a solid week with a near perfect performance with two end zone receptions.
Kylin Hill | RB, Mississippi State
Hill had a great week of practice, which was huge for the midseason “opt-out”. Hill likely surpassed the range of guys like Roundtree and Herbert and is could even be neck and neck with Trey Sermon, right outside the top 5 RBs.
Michael Carter | RB, UNC
Carter had an impressive week of practice, but really capitalized as the most consistent RB in the game today. Carter showed off his receiving abilities, which is huge for a back of his stature.
D’Wayne Eskridge | WR, Western Michigan
Eskridge showed great flashes in practice this week, especially in 1 on 1s. He is so clean off the of the LOS and has a very diverse route tree for a guy who bounced around from CB to WR at a smaller tier school.