Who does NFL.com's Charles Davis believe are the most underrated prospects in this year's draft class?
Mailbag: Future of PAT In the first two editions of Mike Mayock's draft prospect position rankings, he had Florida State's Jameis Winston as the top quarterback in this year's draft class, like most analysts. But since releasing his last rankings in March, he's changed his mind.
Mayock has had lingering concerns with Winston, both on the field and off the field. After Winston and Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota worked out at their pro days this past month, Mayock decided to make the switch.
TAKEAWAYS: WINSTON'S PRO DAY
Other players rising in Mayock's rankings include Miami offensive tackle Ereck Flowers, Central Florida wide receiver Breshad Perriman and Oregon defensive tackle Arik Armstead.
Below are Mayock's complete, position-by-position rankings for this year's draft prospects:
1. Marcus Mariota, Oregon
2. Jameis Winston, FSU
3. Bryce Petty, Baylor
4. Garrett Grayson, Colorado State
5. Brett Hundley, UCLA**
|Running back** |
1. Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin
2. Todd Gurley, Georgia
3. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska
4. Duke Johnson, Miami
5. Tevin Coleman, Indiana
Interior offensive linemen