By now, we’ve already covered the top prospects for the NFL Draft.
And while the 2018 NFL Draft class is shaping up to be among the deepest in years, the 2018-19 season will also be the deepest draft in a decade, with players that have already emerged in the past few seasons already being drafted.
So, who will be a first-round pick?
Here’s what you need to know.1.
The Top 10 Players by Position1.1) WR Michael Thomas, Georgia State2.2) CB Jalen Ramsey, Michigan State2,3) CB Christian Jones, LSU3,4) DT Adolphus Washington, Notre Dame4,5) WR Corey Davis, Auburn5,6) OT Tyler Dorsey, Alabama6,7) CB Deiondre Stokley, Washington State7,8) RB Chris Carson, Stanford8,9) CB Darqueze Dennard, Louisville9,10) QB Jameis Winston, Florida StateThis list isn’t complete, but it does include some of the players that might have been the most talked about prospects in the first round, as well as some players that were expected to make a big jump from the 2016-17 season to the 2018 draft.
That means there are still a lot of intriguing prospects out there.
Let’s take a look at each of them, and who might have the best chance to make it to the NFL.1.)
Michael Thomas was one of the best players in college football during the 2016 season.
He was a two-time All-American at Georgia State, and he finished the year with 1,095 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns.
He also had 10 interceptions, and finished with 2,906 yards rushing and 19 total touchdowns.
Thomas averaged a team-high 8.6 yards per catch and also had a touchdown in the playoff win over Florida State.
The 6-foot-1, 205-pounder had a career year with four rushing touchdowns in the win over the Seminoles, and the Bulldogs added another in the ACC championship against Virginia Tech.
Thomas finished with more than 1,000 receiving yards, and has 10 career 100-yard receiving games to his name.
He’s also had eight 100-catch seasons and 10 career games with at least 100 receiving yards.
Thomas was also the first player in school history to rush for at least 300 yards and five touchdowns in consecutive games, as he had six games of 100-plus yards rushing, including three in a row against Notre Dame and Florida State in the title game.2.)
Jalen Ramos has had some of his best years as a pro.
He had 1,500 receiving yards in his first two seasons, and a career-high in rushing yards in 2016 with 4,611.
He finished his career with 2.75 yards per carry and was named a first team All-America in his second year with the Florida Gators.
Ramos also led the Gators in total touchdowns with 16 in his final season with the team.
Ramos was the top receiver in the 2017 class and had 11 touchdowns in 2017.3.)
CB Jalens Burgess was one half of a defense that was the best in the nation last season.
Burgess played in all 12 games and recorded 16 interceptions, the most in a single season in school football history.
He added another four interceptions against Notre