You'll notice I have separated seniors and underclassmen, and the reason is simple: The seniors are at least guaranteed to be in the draft process based on eligibility, so they deserve to be separate for now. The underclassmen could obviously choose to return and play more college football. I'll merge these rankings in the fall as we get closer to the draft in Las Vegas next April.
Here we go:
Top prospects by position
Stanley has the tools to be an NFL starter -- and Todd McShay put him in his mock draft -- but he isn't a consistent passer. Can he take the next step in 2019?
Eason looked like an intriguing prospect as a freshman at Georgia in 2016, but Fromm took his job after he got injured, and Eason transferred to Washington. At 6-foot-6, 227 pounds, Eason is one to watch this season as he takes over as the starter.