Position Rankings – February

  1. Trevor Lawrence (Clemson)
  2. Zach Wilson (BYU)
  3. Justin Fields (Ohio State)
  4. Mac Jones (Alabama)
  5. Trey Lance (North Dakota State)
  6. Kyle Trask (Florida)
  7. Jamie Newman (Wake Forest)
  8. Brady White (Memphis)
  9. Shane Buechele (SMU)
  10. Kellen Mond (Texas A&M)
  1. Javonte Williams (UNC)
  2. Travis Etienne (Clemson)
  3. Najee Harris (Alabama)
  4. Michael Carter (UNC)
  5. Kenneth Gainwell (Memphis)
  6. Trey Sermon (Ohio State)
  7. Kylin Hill (Mississippi State)
  8. Elijah Mitchell (Louisiana)
  9. Chuba Hubbard (Oklahoma State)
  10. Khalil Herbert (Virginia Tech)
  1. DeVonta Smith (Alabama)
  2. Ja’Marr Chase (LSU)
  3. Jaylen Waddle (Alabama)
  4. Rashod Bateman (Minnesota)
  5. Elijah Moore (Ole Miss)
  6. Terrace Marshall (LSU)
  7. Nico Collins (Michigan)
  8. Demetric Felton (UCLA)
  9. Kadarious Toney (Florida)
  10. Amari Rodgers (Clemson) | Amon-Ra St. Brown (USC) TIE
  1. Kyle Pitts (Florida)
  2. Pat Freiermuth (Penn State)
  3. Brevin Jordan (Miami)
  4. Hunter Long (BC)
  5. Jake Ferguson (Wisconsin)
  6. Tre McKitty (Georgia)
  7. Kenny Yeboah (Ole Miss)
  8. Noah Gray (Duke)
  9. Tommy Tremble (Notre Dame)
  10. Luke Farrell (Ohio State)
  1. Penei Sewell (Oregon)
  2. Rashawn Slater (Northwester)
  3. Christian Darrisaw (Virginia Tech)
  4. Samuel Cosmi (Texas)
  5. Teven Jenkins (Oklahoma State)
  6. Dillon Radunz (North Dakota State)
  7. Alex Leatherwood (Alabama)
  8. Spencer Brown (Northern Iowa)
  9. Jalen Mayfield (Michigan)
  10. Liam Eichenberg (Notre Dame)
  1. Alijah Vera-Tucker (USC)
  2. Trey Smith (Tennessee)
  3. Wyatt Davis (Ohio State)
  4. Landon Dickerson (Alabama)
  5. Quinn Meinerz (Wisconsin-Whitewater)
  6. Creed Humphrey (Oklahoma)
  7. Deonte Brown (Alabama)
  8. Trey Hill (Georgia)
  9. Aaron Banks (Notre Dame)
  10. Josh Myers (Ohio State)
  1. Greg Rousseau (Miami)
  2. Azeez Ojulari (Georgia)
  3. Kwity Paye (Michigan)
  4. Jaelan Phillips (Miami)
  5. Carlos Basham Jr. (Wake Forest)
  6. Joseph Ossai (Texas)
  7. Cameron Sample (Tulane)
  8. Rashad Weaver (Pittsburgh)
  9. Jonathon Cooper (Ohio State)
  10. Elerson Smith (Northern Iowa)
  1. Daviyon Nixon (Iowa)
  2. Christian Barmore (Alabama)
  3. Levi Onwuzurike (Washington)
  4. Jay Tufele (USC)
  5. Alim McNeill (NC State)
  6. Marvin Wilson (FSU)
  7. Tyler Shelvin (LSU)
  8. Tommy Togiai (Ohio State)
  9. Darius Stills (WVU)
  10. Jaylen Twyman (Pittsburgh)
  1. Micah Parsons (Penn State)
  2. Zaven Collins (Tulsa)
  3. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (Notre Dame)
  4. Nick Bolton (Missouri)
  5. Jabril Cox (LSU)
  6. Jamin Davis (Kentucky)
  7. Chazz Surratt (UNC)
  8. Pete Werner (Ohio State)
  9. Charles Snowden (Virginia)
  10. Monty Rice (Georgia)
  1. Caleb Farley (Virginia Tech)
  2. Patrick Surtain II (Alabama)
  3. Jaycee Horn (South Carolina)
  4. Eric Stokes (Georgia)
  5. Tyson Campbell (Georgia)
  6. Greg Newsome II (Northwestern)
  7. Benjamin St-Juste (Minnesota)
  8. Elijah Molden (Washington)
  9. Derion Kendrick (Clemson)
  10. Asante Samuel Jr (Florida State)
  1. Trevon Moehrig (TCU)
  2. Richie Grant (UCF)
  3. Andre Cisco (Syracuse)
  4. Jevon Holland (Oregon)
  5. Paris Ford (Pittsburgh)
  6. Damar HamIin (Pittsburgh)
  7. Hamsah Nasirildeen (Florida State)
  8. Ar’Darius Washington (TCU)
  9. Tre Norwood (Oklahoma)
  10. Shawn Davis (Florida)

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