It’s never too early… in fact, they’re playing now!

It’s never too early to start thinking about the NFL Draft. In fact, any “expert” who isn’t doing his work right now is only recycling other people’s opinions in March and April.

As we’re right around the halfway point of the NCAA season, here’s a look at the top offensive players eligible for next year’s draft while you can still watch them all play.


HEASHOTS1. Teddy Bridgewater- Louisville
2. Marcus Mariotta- Oregon
3. Tajh Boyd- Clemson
4. Johnny Manziel- Texas A&M
5. Zach Mettenberger- LSU
6. Brett Hundley- UCLA
7. Keith Price- Washington



Athletics – Football – photo day – 08/08/20131. Lache Seastrunk – Baylor
2. De’Anthony Thomas- Oregon
3. Bishop Sankey-Washington
4. Marion Grice- Arizona State
5. Ka’Deem Carey- Arizona
6. James Wilder- Florida State
7. Silas Redd- USC



watkins1. Sammy Watkins- Clemson
2. Mike Evans- Texas A&M
3. Jordan Matthews- Vandy
4. Marqise Lee- USC
5. Jarvis Landry- LSU
6. Allen Robinson-Penn State
7. Brandon Coleman- Rutgers



sefarian-jenkins1. Austin Seferian-Jenkins- Washington
2. Eric Ebron- UNC
3. CJ Fedorowicz- Iowa
4. Jace Amaro- Texas Tech
5. Arthur Lynch- Georgia
6. Colt Lyerla- Oregon (left program)
7. Xavier Grimble –USC



matthews1. Jake Matthews- Texas A&M
2. Taylor Lewan- Michigan
3. Antonio Richardson- Tennessee
4. James Hurst- UNC
5. Cameron Erving- Florida State
6. Cedric Ogbuehi- Texas A&M
7. Cyrus Kouandjio- Alabama



Athletics – Football – photo day – 08/08/20131. Cyril Richardson- Baylor
2. Gabe Jackson- Mississippi State
3. Xavier Su’a-Filo- UCLA
4. Anthony Steen- Alabama
5. Morgan Moses- Virginia
6. Zach Martin- Notre Dame




grasu1. Hronis Grasu (Jr)- Oregon
2. Travis Swanson- Arkansas
3. Bryan Stork- Florida State
4. Weston Richburg- Colorado State
5. Tyler Larsen-Utah State





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