Position Rankings – April

  1. Trevor Lawrence (Clemson)
  2. Zach Wilson (BYU)
  3. Mac Jones (Alabama)
  4. Justin Fields (Ohio State)
  5. Trey Lance (North Dakota State)
  6. Kyle Trask (Florida)
  7. Davis Mills (Stanford)
  8. Kellen Mond (Texas A&M)
  9. Jamie Newman (Wake Forest)
  10. Brady White (Memphis)
  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. Javian Hawkins (Louisville)
  10. Khalil Herbert (Virginia Tech)
  1. Ja’Marr Chase (LSU)
  2. DeVonta Smith (Alabama)
  3. Jaylen Waddle (Alabama)
  4. Elijah Moore (Ole Miss)
  5. Rashod Bateman (Minnesota)
  6. Dyami Brown (UNC)
  7. Terrace Marshall (LSU)
  8. Kadarious Toney (Florida)
  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. Teven Jenkins (Oklahoma State)
  5. Liam Eichenberg (Notre Dame)
  6. Samuel Cosmi (Texas)
  7. Dillon Radunz (North Dakota State)
  8. Jalen Mayfield (Michigan)
  9. Alex Leatherwood (Alabama)
  10. Spencer Brown (Northern Iowa)
  1. Alijah Vera-Tucker (USC)
  2. Landon Dickerson (Alabama)
  3. Wyatt Davis (Ohio State)
  4. Creed Humphrey (Oklahoma)
  5. Aaron Banks (Notre Dame)
  6. Trey Smith (Tennessee)
  7. Quinn Meinerz (Wisconsin-Whitewater)
  8. Drake Jackson (Kentucky)
  9. Deonte Brown (Alabama)
  10. Josh Myers (Ohio State)
  1. Azeez Ojulari (Georgia)
  2. Kwity Paye (Michigan)
  3. Jaelan Phillips (Miami)
  4. Greg Rousseau (Miami)
  5. Jayson Oweh (Penn State)
  6. Carlos Basham Jr. (Wake Forest)
  7. Cameron Sample (Tulane)
  8. Rashad Weaver (Pittsburgh)
  9. Joe Tryon (Washington)
  10. Jonathan Cooper (Ohio State)
  1. Christian Barmore (Alabama)
  2. Levi Onwuzurike (Washington)
  3. Daviyon Nixon (Iowa)
  4. Alim McNeill (NC State)
  5. Marvin Wilson (FSU)
  6. Jay Tufele (USC)
  7. Tommy Togiai (Ohio State)
  8. Darius Stills (WVU)
  9. Milton Williams (Louisiana Tech)
  10. Tyler Shelvin (LSU)
  1. Micah Parsons (Penn State)
  2. Jeremiah Owusu-Kora (Notre Dame)
  3. Jamin Davis (Kentucky)
  4. Zaven Collins (Tulsa)
  5. Nick Bolton (Missouri)
  6. Jabril Cox (LSU)
  7. Chazz Surratt (UNC)
  8. K.J. Britt (Auburn)
  9. Pete Werner (Ohio State)
  10. Monty Rice (Georgia)
  1. Caleb Farley (Virginia Tech)
  2. Greg Newsome II (Northwestern)
  3. Patrick Surtain II (Alabama)
  4. Jaycee Horn (South Carolina)
  5. Tyson Campbell (Georgia)
  6. Asante Samuel Jr. (Florida State)
  7. Eric Stokes (Georgia)
  8. Elijah Molden (Washington)
  9. Aaron Robinson (UCF)
  10. Ifeatu Melifonwu (Syracuse)
  1. Trevon Moehrig (TCU)
  2. Andre Cisco (Syracuse)
  3. Ar’Darius Washington (TCU)
  4. Jevon Holland (Oregon)
  5. Hamsah Nasirildeen (Florida State)
  6. Richie Grant (UCF)
  7. Paris Ford (Pittsburgh)
  8. Talanoa Hufanga (USC)
  9. Trill Williams (Syracuse)
  10. Tre Norwood (Oklahoma)

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