Position Rankings – March

  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. Brady White (Memphis)
  8. Kellen Mond (Texas A&M)
  9. Jamie Newman (Wake Forest)
  10. Shane Buechele (SMU)
  1. Travis Etienne (Clemson)
  2. Javonte Williams (UNC)
  3. Najee Harris (Alabama)
  4. Michael Carter (UNC)
  5. Kenneth Gainwell (Memphis)
  6. Kylin Hill (Mississippi State)
  7. Trey Sermon (Ohio State)
  8. Elijah Mitchell (Louisiana)
  9. Khalil Herbert (Virginia Tech)
  10. Javian Hawkins (Louisville)
  1. Ja’Marr Chase (LSU)
  2. DeVonta Smith (Alabama)
  3. Jaylen Waddle (Alabama)
  4. Rashod Bateman (Minnesota)
  5. Elijah Moore (Ole Miss)
  6. Dyami Brown (UNC)
  7. Kadarious Toney (Florida)
  8. Terrace Marshall (LSU)
  9. Rondale Moore (Purdue)
  10. Amari Rodgers (Clemson)
  1. Kyle Pitts (Florida)
  2. Pat Freiermuth (Penn State)
  3. Brevin Jordan (Miami)
  4. Hunter Long (BC)
  5. Tre McKitty (Georgia)
  6. Tommy Tremble (Notre Dame)
  7. Tony Poljan (Virginia)
  8. Kenny Yeboah (Ole Miss)
  9. Kylen Granson (SMU)
  10. Quinton Morris (Bowling Green)
  1. Penei Sewell (Oregon)
  2. Rashawn Slater (Northwestern)
  3. Christian Darrisaw (Virginia Tech)
  4. Dillon Radunz (North Dakota State)
  5. Teven Jenkins (Oklahoma State)
  6. Liam Eichenberg (Notre Dame)
  7. Samuel Cosmi (Texas)
  8. Jalen Mayfield (Michigan)
  9. Alex Leatherwood (Alabama)
  10. Spencer Brown (Northern Iowa)
  1. Alijah Vera-Tucker (USC)
  2. Wyatt Davis (Ohio State)
  3. Landon Dickerson (Alabama)
  4. Creed Humphrey (Oklahoma)
  5. Quinn Meinerz (Wisconsin-Whitewater)
  6. Trey Smith (Tennessee)
  7. Deonte Brown (Alabama)
  8. Aaron Banks (Notre Dame)
  9. Josh Myers (Ohio State)
  10. Drake Jackson (Kentucky)
  1. Greg Rousseau (Miami)
  2. Azeez Ojulari (Georgia)
  3. Jaelan Phillips (Miami)
  4. Kwity Paye (Michigan)
  5. Carlos Basham Jr. (Wake Forest)
  6. Jayson Oweh (Penn State)
  7. Joseph Ossai (Texas)
  8. Daelin Hayes (Notre Dame)
  9. Cameron Sample (Tulane)
  10. Rashad Weaver (Pittsburgh)
  1. Christian Barmore (Alabama)
  2. Daviyon Nixon (Iowa)
  3. Levi Onwuzurike (Washington)
  4. Alim McNeill (NC State)
  5. Jay Tufele (USC)
  6. Tyler Shelvin (LSU)
  7. Tommy Togiai (Ohio State)
  8. Marvin Wilson (FSU)
  9. Darius Stills (WVU)
  10. Jaylen Twyman (Pittsburgh)
  1. Micah Parsons (Penn State)
  2. Zaven Collins (Tulsa)
  3. Jeremiah Owusu-Kora (Notre Dame)
  4. Nick Bolton (Missouri)
  5. Jabril Cox (LSU)
  6. Jamin Davis (Kentucky)
  7. Chazz Surratt (UNC)
  8. K.J. Britt (Auburn)
  9. Pete Werner (Ohio State)
  10. Monty Rice (Georgia)
  1. Caleb Farley (Virginia Tech)
  2. Patrick Surtain II (Alabama)
  3. Jaycee Horn (South Carolina)
  4. Greg Newsome II (Northwestern)
  5. Tyson Campbell (Georgia)
  6. Asante Samuel Jr. (Florida State)
  7. Elijah Molden (Washington)
  8. Eric Stokes (Georgia)
  9. Aaron Robinson (UCF)
  10. Ifeatu Melifonwu (Syracuse)
  1. Trevon Moehrig (TCU)
  2. Andre Cisco (Syracuse)
  3. Ar’Darius Washington (TCU)
  4. Paris Ford (Pittsburgh)
  5. Jevon Holland (Oregon)
  6. Hamsah Nasirildeen (Florida State)
  7. Richie Grant (UCF)
  8. Talanoa Hufanga (USC)
  9. Trill Williams (Syracuse)
  10. Tre Norwood (Oklahoma)

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