The games are over. Who’s the best?

As we approach May’s NFL Draft, things like the Senior Bowl and the NFL Scouting Combine will cause draft-eligible players’ stock to rise and fall. But let’s not forget that we’ve already watched these guys over the course of their college careers. Here’s a look at my top five players at each position based on, you know, THE GAMES.

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  1. Teddy Bridgewater- Louisville
  2. Johnny Manziel- Texas A&M
  3. Derek Carr- FresnoState
  4. Blake Bortles- Central Florida
  5. Zach Mettenberger- LSU



  1. Tre Mason- Auburn
  2. Lache Seastrunk- Baylor
  3. Carlos Hyde- Ohio State
  4. Bishop Sankey-Washington
  5. Ka’Deem Carey- Arizona



  1. Sammy Watkins- Clemson
  2. Mike Evans-Texas A&M
  3. Marqise Lee- USC
  4. Odell Beckham Jr- LSU
  5. AllenRobinson-Penn State



  1. Eric Ebron- UNC
  2. Jace Amaro- Texas Tech
  3. Austin Seferian-Jenkins- Washington
  4. CJ Fiedorowicz- Iowa
  5. Arthur Lynch- Georgia



  1. Jake Matthews- Texas A&M
  2. Greg Robinson- Auburn
  3. Cyrus Kouandjio- Alabama
  4. Antonio Richardson- Tennessee
  5. Taylor Lewan- Michigan


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  1. Cyril Richardson- Baylor
  2. Gabe Jackson- Mississippi State
  3. Xavier Su’Filo- UCLA
  4. Anthony Steen- Alabama
  5. Jon Halapio- Florida



  1. Travis Swanson- Arkansas
  2. TylerLarsen-UtahState
  3. BryanStrok-FloridaState
  4. WestonRichburg-ColoradoState
  5. Gabe Ikard- Oklahoma

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