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2015 NFL Draft Prospects: Quarterbacks


The top 2015 quarterback prospects available for the 2015 NFL Draft. * - denotes 2016 prospect. ** - denotes 2017 prospect.

This page was last updated Sept. 6, 2014. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.

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2015 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
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2016 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
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  1. Jameis Winston**, QB, Florida State
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 230.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.70.
    Projected Round (2014): Top-10 Pick.

    9/6/14: Winston had a so-so performance in the season opener against Oklahoma State. He completed 25-of-40 passes for 370 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. The redshirt sophomore made some uncharacteristicly bad decisions with the football, but also flashed his skill set as a pocket passer who can make all the throws for the NFL. He also had a highlight reel 28-yard touchdown run. Winston could get better as he develops more chemistry with some new receivers.

    8/27/14: Winston took college football by storm in 2013 as the Heisman Trophy winner while leading Florida State to a National Championship. The redshirt freshman demonstrated a quality arm with well-developed passing ability. Winston completed 67 percent of his passes for 4,057 yards with 40 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. On the ground, he ran for 219 yards with four touchdowns.

    Winston is a rare athlete who is a natural passer. His field vision and decision-making were phenomenal in 2013. It was extremely impressive for a first-year starter and is scary to think how good his field vision could be in the future as he gains more experience. He also showed incredible poise for a young player. Winston is a rare talent.

    Personal: Winston has had some off-the-field problems, including an investigation into a sexual assault and a theft at a Publix grocery store. He also has pitched for Florida State's baseball team. His focus and maturity will be questioned by NFL teams.


  2. Marcus Mariota*, QB, Oregon
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 219.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.65.
    Projected Round (2015): Top-10 Pick.

    9/6/14: Mariota and Oregon dominated South Dakota. He completed 14-of-20 passes for 267 yards with three touchdowns. The redshirt junior ran for 43 yards on six carries with a score.

    8/27/14: There is no denying that Mariota has a great physical skill set and is a tremendous athlete with rare mobility. He is a dangerous running threat. Mariota needs work to develop as a pocket passer for the NFL, but he has the arm, size and height to live in the pocket. Mariota needs to continue to refine his footwork, throwing mechanics, ball placement and field vision. However, the redshirt junior is a natural at throwing on the run and has big-play ability.

    In 2013, Mariota completed 64 percent of his passes for 3,665 yards with 31 touchdowns and four interceptions. On the ground, the redshirt sophomore ran for 715 yards with nine touchdowns. While Mariota did a great job of avoiding throwing picks, he had some issues with fumbles.

    Mariota did a good job of running Oregon's high-scoring attack in 2012. The redshirt freshman completed 68 percent of his passes for 2,677 yards with 32 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also ran for 898 yards (752 net) with five touchdowns.

    Mariota needs to use 2014 to show the NFL that he has the skills to thrive as a pocket passer.

    Personal: From Hawaii. Majoring in human physiology. Son of Toa Mariota and Alana Deppe-Mariota.




  3. Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon State
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 214.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.76.
    Projected Round (2015): 1-3.

    9/6/14: Mannion was 26-of-45 for 328 yards with a touchdown against Portland State. In speaking with sources from numerous NFL teams, they all like Mannion and are eager to see him as a senior.

    8/27/14: Over three seasons as a starter, Mannion has improved his passing skills. He lit up Pac-12 defenses in 2013 as he completed 66.3 percent of his passes for 4,662 yards with 37 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Mannion needs to improve his anticipation. He started the season strong before having some ugly games in November against USC, Arizona State and Washington. He is prone to hold on to the ball too long as he took 25 sacks as a junior and 24 sacks as a freshman (12 as a sophomore).

    In 2012, Mannion completed 65 percent of his passes for 2,446 yards with 15 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He became the Beavers' starting quarterback in 2011. The redshirt freshman completed 65 percent of his passes for 3,328 yards with 16 touchdowns and 18 interceptions.

    There are three things that Mannion must improve in order to have a shot at being a first-round pick. They are: accuracy, anticipation and footwork. Mannion's rough stretch last November can be attributed to those weaknesses. His interceptions came on inaccurate passes, and his feet weren't always in rhythm. He also needs to play better against his elite opponents and not just rack up numbers against weak teams.

    Personal: Son of John and Inga. Sean is a coach's kid as his father is a high school football coach.


  4. Brett Hundley*, QB, UCLA
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 227.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.69.
    Projected Round (2015): 1-3.

    9/6/14: My NFL sources all agree that UCLA junior quarterback Brett Hundley is physically talented with upside, but they feel he is inconsistent and overrated. Hundley did nothing to dispel that against Virginia. He completed 20-of-33 passes for 242 yards and ran for 39 yards on 15 carries with a score. Hundley did more timely damage with his legs than his arms and needs to show more pocket-passing ability.

    8/27/14: As a redshirt freshman in 2012, Hundley led the Bruins' revival and helped get his team to the Pac-12 Championship Game. He completed 66 percent of his passes in 2012 for 3,740 yards with 29 touchdowns and 11 interceptions, plus ran for 702 yards (355 net) with nine touchdowns. Hundley scored on a 72-yard touchdown run against Rice on his first play that year. He threw for 372 yards against a good Oregon State team and finished the year with 329 yards and three touchdowns versus Baylor.

    Hundley completed 67 percent of his passes in 2013 for 3,071 yards with 24 touchdowns and nine interceptions. On the ground, he ran for 970 yards (748 net) and 11 scores. Hundley led a furious comeback for a huge road win at Nebraska. In a win over Utah, he showed off his athletic ability when he caught a touchdown, ran for a touchdown and threw for a touchdown. Hundley struggled versus Stanford, but he played better against Oregon than his numbers indicated.

    The UCLA coaching staff has a lot of NFL experience and is grooming Hundley well for the next level. He fits in the mold of athletic quarterbacks with good arms. Hundley has room for improvement, but he has the potential to rise high.

    Personal: Undeclared major. Son of Brett, Sr. and April Hundley.


  5. Connor Cook*, QB, Michigan State
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 218.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.85.
    Projected Round (2015): 2-3.

    9/6/14: Cook completed 12-of-13 passes for 285 yards and three touchdowns against Jacksonville State.

    8/27/14: 2013 was Cook's first year as the full-time starter, and he got off to a slow start before coming on strong in the second half of the season to help lead the Spartans to a Big Ten title and victory over Stanford in the Rose Bowl. Cook completed 58.7 percent of his passes for 2,755 yards with 22 touchdowns and six interceptions for the year. He had great games against Ohio State (24-40 for 304 with 3 touchdowns, 1 interception) and Stanford (22-36 for 332 yards with 2 touchdown, 1 interception) to close out the season.

    Cook is generally a good decision-maker who has the size, arm and field vision to be a good pocket passer. He should be even better now that he has a year of experience. Becoming a first-round prospect isn't out of the question for Cook, but skipping the 2015 NFL Draft and returning for his senior season of college football could help him achieve that.




  6. Kevin Hogan*, QB, Stanford
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 220.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.79.
    Projected Round (2015): 3-5.

    9/6/14: Hogan was 12-of-16 for 204 yards with three touchdowns and an interception against UC Davis.

    8/23/14: Hogan wasn't as good as expected in 2013 as Stanford's passing attack was underwhelming. For the year, he completed 61 percent of his passes for 2,630 yards with 20 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Hogan averaged 4.5 yards per carry for 314 yards on the ground with two touchdowns, too. Stanford seemed to trust him less and less as the season wore on. Hogan is capable of making some great throws and has a good skill set, but he needs to become more consistent.

    In an upset over Oregon, the redshirt junior made some clutch throws for the Cardinal. He had a letdown in a road loss at USC, but bounced back to a degree against Arizona State and UCLA. Hogan was wise to return to the Cardinal for 2014.

    Hogan started out 2012 as a backup before taking over from Josh Nunes. The change paid off as Hogan played excellent football down the stretch. He completed 72 percent of his passes for 1,096 yards with nine touchdowns and three interceptions in 2012.

    Hogan (6-4, 220) should get better with experience. He showed real passing talent with accuracy and a strong arm.

    Personal: Majoring in science, technology and society. Son of Donna and Jerry Hogan.


  7. Nick Marshall, QB, Auburn
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 210.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.67.
    Projected Round (2015): 3-5.

    9/6/14: Marshall was on the bench to start the season against Arkansas because of his arrest. Marshall entered the game later on and was 4-of-6 for 50 yards. He ran for 19 yards on eight carries with a touchdown.

    8/27/14: The running quarterback helped guide Auburn to an SEC Championship and almost the National Championship last season. The first-year starter completed 59 percent of his passes for 1,976 yards with 14 touchdowns and six interceptions. On the ground, he ran for 1,225 yards with 12 touchdowns. Marshall has to develop the ability to be a pocket passer for the NFL. His accuracy, field vision and footwork need a lot of work. He is said to have spent the offseason working on those issues. Marshall hurt his draft stock with an arrest for marijuana possession in July of 2014.




  8. Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 230.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.75.
    Projected Round (2015): 4-6.

    9/6/14: WalterFootball.com knows that multiple NFL teams view Petty as a third-day prospect despite the hype from some draft pundits. The view of league contacts was justified by Petty's performance in the 2014 season opener. His accuracy was bad as he missed a lot of wide open receivers that any NFL quarterback has to connect with. Petty finished 13-of-23 for 161 yards with two touchdowns in the air and ran for a touchdown. He needs to show improvement in his pocket passing and accuracy.

    8/27/14: 2013 was an impressive debut season for Petty as Baylor's starting quarterback. The dual-threat quarterback could definitely improve as a pocket passer now that he has gained a year of experience. Petty completed 62 percent of his passes last year for 4,200 yards with 32 touchdowns and three interceptions. He ran for 339 yards and 14 touchdowns as well. Petty backed up Robert Griffin III and Nick Florence for three seasons.

    Personal: Son of Todd and Dena Petty. Graduated in May of 2013 with a degree in health science studies.


  9. Devin Gardner, QB, Michigan
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 210.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.69.
    Projected Round (2015): 4-6.

    9/6/14: Gardner look improved against Appalachian State, but he still has a ways to go. Gardner's accuracy and ball placement need to get better. His numbers don't illustrate that fact, but his receivers were having to stop and adjust to passes well off the mark when they were wide open. For the game, Gardner was 13-of-14 for 173 yards with three scores.

    8/27/14: Gardner completed 60 percent of his passes in 2013 for 2,960 yards with 21 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. After playing well against Notre Dame, he struggled against Toledo, Connecticut and Michigan State. Gardner threw for 503 yards against Indiana. He also totaled 483 net yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground across the season.

    Gardner began 2012 as a wide receiver before starting four games at quarterback to end the year. The junior completed 60 percent of his passes for 1,219 yards with 11 touchdowns and five interceptions. He also ran for 101 yards and seven touchdowns. As a receiver, Gardner caught 16 passes for 266 yards and four touchdowns.

    Gardner is a good athlete who could be subject to a lot of debate about his future position in the NFL. He needs a strong fifth year in 2014 and needs to show the ability to be an effective pocket passer if he wants to remain a quarterback. Michigan has new offense that is supposed to fit Gardner better and produce a more consistent passing attack.


  10. Taylor Kelly, QB, Arizona State
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 203.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.71.
    Projected Round (2015): 4-6.

    9/6/14: Kelly was 18-of-27 for 238 yards with a touchdown against Weber State.

    8/27/14: Kelly took over as the starting quarterback in 2012 to replace Brock Osweiler and has played well for the Sun Devils across the past two seasons. In 2013, Kelly threw for 3,635 yards with 28 touchdowns and 12 interceptions while completing 62 percent of his passes. He also hurt defenses on the ground with 852 yards and nine touchdowns.

    The previous season, Kelly completed 67 percent of his passes for 3,039 yards with 29 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He has to improve his pocket passing and field vision. Kelly also has been sacked 70 times the past two years and needs to improve on avoiding negative yardage plays.


  11. Jeff Driskel*, QB, Florida
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 237.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.63.
    Projected Round (2015): 4-6.

    9/6/14: The Gators season opener was canceled because of storms.

    8/27/14: Driskel is a legitimate dual-threat quarterback. He is a big, quick runner with excellent mobility. Driskel needs to develop his pocket passing, and if he does, he could sky rocket. It currently looks like Driskel should stay for his senior season to improve before entering the NFL. Driskel played poorly in 2013 before an ankle injury ended his season in the third game. A new up-tempo spread offense is said to have Driskel looking much better during spring practice.

    In 2013, Driskel completed 42-of-61 passes (69 percent) for 477 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions. He won the starting quarterback position in 2012. There were games that Driskel flashed greatness, but he struggled to move the ball in other outings. Driskel completed 64 percent of his passes for 1,646 yards with 12 touchdowns and five interceptions. He also ran for 716 yards (413 net) with four touchdowns.

    Driskel was the top quarterback in the nation coming out of high school and signed on to play for Urban Meyer at Florida. Driskel honored his commitment to attend Florida despite Meyer leaving the Gators. The true freshman was a backup in 2011, but he saw playing time due to injuries. Driskel completed 16-of-34 passes for 148 yards with zero touchdowns and two interceptions for the year.




  12. Chuckie Keeton*, QB, Utah State
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 200.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.65.
    Projected Round (2015): 5-7.

    9/6/14: Keeton battled but was overmatched by Tennessee. His offensive line, wide receivers and running game gave him no support. Keeton completed 18-of-35 passes for 144 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions.

    8/27/14: Keeton started the 2013 season off well by completing 69 percent of his passes for 1,388 yards with 18 touchdowns and two interceptions. On the ground, he averaged 4.4 yards per carry for 241 yards and two touchdowns. Keeton injured his knee against BYU and was out for the rest of the year.

    8/3/13: Keeton had a breakout sophomore season and was the 2012 First-Team All-WAC quarterback. He completed 68 percent of his passes for 3,373 yards with 27 touchdowns and nine interceptions. Keeton also ran for 751 yards (619 net) with eight touchdowns.

    Personal: Management information systems major. Son of Charles and Lavern Keeton.


  13. Travis Wilson*, QB, Utah
    Height: 6-7. Weight: 233.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.85.
    Projected Round (2015): 5-7.

    9/6/14: Against Idaho State, Wilson was 13-of-18 for 265 yards with a touchdown. He also ran for another score.

    8/27/14: Wilson completed 56 percent of his passes in 2013 for 1,827 yards with 16 touchdowns and 16 interceptions across nine games. His season ended early when concussion tests revealed a pre-existing condition that some thought might end his football career. At the conclusion of spring practice, head coach Kyle Whittingham said Wilson was the starter, and during the summer, Wilson received medical clearance to resume his collegiate football career. Wilson has held the starting job in training camp competition.

    Wilson started seven games as a true freshman in 2012, and the Utes went 3-4 with him under center. He completed 63 percent of his passes for 1,311 yards with seven touchdowns and six interceptions. Wilson also ran for four touchdowns.

    Personal: Son of JoMarie and Tim Wilson.


  14. Taysom Hill*, QB, BYU
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 232.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.68.
    Projected Round (2015): 5-7.

    9/6/14: Hill got off to a quality start as BYU rolled over Connecticut. He completed 28-of-36 passes for 308 yards with three touchdowns. Hill ran for 97 yards on 12 carries with two rushing touchdowns, too.

    8/27/14: Hill is a running quarterback who could be a special player if he develops the ability to be a pocket passer. In 2013, Hill only completed 54 percent of his passes for 2,938 yards with 19 touchdowns and 14 interceptions, but on the ground, he ran for 1,595 yards with 10 touchdowns. Hill is a project who has potential.


  15. Cody Fajardo, QB, Nevada
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 215.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.72.
    Projected Round (2015): 5-7.

    9/6/14: Fajardo was 30-of-41 for 303 yards with a touchdown and an interception against Southern Utah. He also ran for 68 yards on 15 carries with a score.

    8/27/14: Fajardo has been solid for Nevada the past three seasons. In 2013, the junior completed 68 percent of his passes for 2,668 yards with 13 touchdowns and three interceptions. As a sophomore, he completed 67 percent of his passes for 2,786 yards with 20 touchdowns and nine interceptions.


  16. Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 215.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.60.
    Projected Round (2015): 6-FA.

    8/27/14: Miller is out for the season with a shoulder injury to his throwing arm. He previously had offseason surgery to the same shoulder before the re-injury during fall practice. Miller stated that he plans to return to Ohio State in 2015. That is a wise decision because his passing is not close to NFL ready.

    Miller is a great athlete who needs to improve as a pocket passer. He missed basically three games with injuries in 2013, but played well otherwise. Miller completed 64 percent of his passes during the year for 2,094 yards, 24 touchdowns and seven interceptions. His passing skills were somewhat improved, but he still had a long ways to go for the pros. The junior ran for 1,283 yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground.

    Miller saw his first action as a freshman in 2011 and completed 54 percent of his passes for 1,159 yards with 13 touchdowns and four interceptions. His completion percentage in 2012 rose to 58 percent for 2,039 yards with 15 touchdowns and six interceptions. The sophomore ran for 1,271 yards and 13 touchowns, too.

    Miller's best skill is his running ability. His completion percentage is inflated by a lot of quick tosses. With mixed results in the NFL from Alex Smith and Tim Tebow, Urban Meyer hasn't developed a reputation as a good developer of quarterbacks.

    Personal: Communications major, son of Kelly and Kevin Miller.


  17. J.W. Walsh*, QB, Oklahoma State
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 205.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.70.
    Projected Round (2015): 6-FA.

    9/6/14: Walsh played a gritty game against Florida State in the season opener. He almost had the Cowboys in position to pull off an upset, but his fourth-quarter fumble basically clinched the game for the Seminoles.

    Walsh was 15-of-27 for 203 yards with a touchdown and interception. He ran for 51 yards on 11 carries with two scores on the ground. It was an impressive start to the year for Walsh.

    8/27/14: Walsh earned playing time as a redshirt freshman in 2012 after backing up Brandon Weeden in 2011. Walsh flashed some passing and running ability during his playing time. He completed 67 percent of his passes for 1,564 yards with 13 touchdowns and three interceptions. Walsh ran for 320 yards (290 net) and seven touchdowns, too. In 2013, he completed 59.5 percent of his passes for 1,333 yards with nine touchdowns and five interceptions. The sophomore also missed five games, including the last four contests.

    Personal: Son of John and Amber Walsh. Majoring in education.


  18. Cody Kessler*, QB, USC
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 210.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.85.
    Projected Round (2015): 6-FA.

    9/6/14: Kessler started strong against Fresno State, completing 25-of-37 passes for 394 yards with four touchdowns and zero interceptions.

    8/27/14: It took some time, but Kessler eventually won the starting quarterback spot for USC, and he improved as he gained experience. Kessler completed 65 percent of his passes for 2,968 yards with 20 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He doesn't have the strongest of arms, but he has some ability as a game-manager.


  19. Everett Golson*, QB, Notre Dame
    Height: 6-0. Weight: 200.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.70.
    Projected Round (2015): 6-FA.

    9/6/14: In his return to college football, Golson looked improved against Rice. He was 14-of-22 for 295 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions. The senior ran for 41 yards on 12 carries with three scores.

    8/27/14: After leading Notre Dame to the National Championship game in 2012, Golson was suspended for all of the 2013 season for cheating on an exam. In his one year as a starter, he completed 59 percent of his passes for 2,405 yards with 12 touchdowns and six interceptions. Golson ran for 415 yards and six touchdowns that season. He is said to have worked with quarterback coaches over his suspension to improve his passing ability.


  20. Maty Mauk**, QB, Missouri
    Height: 6-0. Weight: 200.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.75.
    Projected Round (2015): 6-FA.

    9/6/14: Mauk was 13-for-21 for 178 yards and three touchdowns against South Dakota State.

    8/27/14: Mauk played for Missouri in 2013 while James Franklin was out of the lineup. Mauk only completed 51.1 percent of his passes (68-of-133), but he threw for 1,071 yards with 11 touchdowns and only two interceptions. The redshirt freshman held his own against some good defenses including Florida and South Carolina. Mauk should take over as the starter in 2014. He will have to overcome size concerns.

    Personal: Son of Mike and Gwyn Mauk.




  21. Jacoby Brissett*, QB, N.C. State
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 239.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.83.
    Projected Round (2015): FA.

    9/6/14: Brissett did something his old program, Florida, couldn't do last year - beat Georgia Southern. In his debut for the Wolfpack, Brissett completed 28-of-40 passes for 291 yards with three touchdowns and an interception in a 24-23 victory.

    8/27/14: Brissett sat out the 2013 season per NCAA rules after transferring from Florida. He spent 2012 as Jeff Driskel's backup. Brissett threw for 249 yards and a touchdown in relief duty.

    Brissett came to Florida as a recruit of 1-year offensive coordinator Charlie Weis. Brissett began his freshman season as the third quarterback, but injuries forced him into the lineup. The freshman flashed at times and also had some struggles. He completed 18-of-39 passes for 206 yards with two touchdowns and four interceptions.

    Brissett has good arm strength, pocket presence and composure.


  22. Gary Nova, QB, Rutgers
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 225.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.65.
    Projected Round (2015): FA.

    9/6/14: Rutgers beat Washington State as Nova completed 16-of-27 passes for 281 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.

    8/27/14: Nova completed 55 percent of his passes in 2013 for 2,159 yards with 18 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. He is a pro-style game-manager quarterback. As a sophomore, Nova completed 57 percent of his passes for 2,695 yards with 22 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. He threw for 1,553 yards with 11 touchdowns and nine interceptions in 2011.


  23. Max Wittek*, QB, Hawaii
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 235.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.79.
    Projected Round (2015): FA.

    9/6/14: Wittek did not play for Hawaii in Week 1.

    8/27/14: Wittek transferred from USC after losing the starting job. In 2013, he completed 12-of-24 passes for 212 yards with no touchdowns and an interception.

    Wittek was the backup to Matt Barkley in 2012 and started two games after Barkley was knocked out with a shoulder injury. The redshirt freshman didn't impress against Notre Dame and Georgia Tech. He threw two touchdowns and five interceptions in those contests. Wittek completed only 14-of-37 passes versus the Yellow Jackets despite having star receivers Marqise Lee and Robert Woods to work with. Wittek completed 36-of-69 passes for 388 yards with three touchdowns and five interceptions on the season.


  24. Watchlist
    Gunner Kiel*, Cincinnati
    Wes Lunt*, Illinois
    Hutson Mason, Georgia
    Jacob Coker*, Alabama
    Anthony Jennings*, LSU
    Cole Stoudt*, Clemson
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2016 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
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