The latest college football betting odds are in, with the best and worst teams in the country at the top and bottom of the rankings.
The latest AP College Football Power Rankings are released each week.
Each week, our staff picks the top five teams in each conference and the top two teams in every conference.
The biggest college football story of the week has come from ESPN’s Mike Fiammetta.
The sports network recently released the list of the top 50 recruits in the nation, and Fiammses numbers were quite impressive.
He ranked the top 10 recruits from each of the Power 5 conferences, which were: Alabama, Clemson, Florida, LSU, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
Below is a look at the rankings from ESPN.
The top 10 players in each Power 5 conference from 2016 are: Alabama – Jalen Hurts, LB, Florida – Jourdan Lewis, WR, Florida State – Jonathan Allen, QB, Georgia – Malik Hooker, CB, LSU – Darqueze Dennard, CB/KR, Oklahoma – Corey Davis, DE, Ohio State – Marlon Humphrey, CB3, Oregon – Tyus Bowser, DE4, Oklahoma State – Jake Matthews, QB3, Stanford – Jonathan Bullard, DT4, USC – Shaq Thompson, OT5, Tennessee – David Njoku, LB5, UCLA – Jahlil Okafor, LB6, Texas – Teez Tabor, CB6, Utah – Marcus Williams, OT6, Virginia Tech – Landon Collins, WR7, Washington – Shaquille Griffin, LB7, Wisconsin – Lache Seastrunk, LB8, USC-Ezekiel Elliott, RB9, Texas A&M – Tre’Davious White, WR10, Wisconsin State – Jalston Fowler, LB11, OhioState – Corey Robinson, WR12, Texas Tech – Jordan Richards, TE13, Michigan State – Ty Montgomery, DE14, Auburn – Marcus Sherels, LB15, Tennessee State – Jordan Payton, DE16, Arizona State – Johnathan Hankins, WR17, Oklahoma Tech – Josh Sweat, TE18, Iowa State – Corey Clement, DT19, Notre AM – Nick Chubb, RB20, LSU-Jalen Mills, RB21, Washington State – DeMarcus Walker, CB22, Michigan – David Sharpe, DT23, Tennessee Tech – Jovon Johnson, TE24, Texas Christian – Mike Williams, WR25, Missouri – Tyreek Hill, RB26, Ohio – D.J. Foster, RB27, South Carolina – Tyrel Watkins, WR28, Clemson – Shaaunte Thomas, LB29, Oklahoma St – David Bass, CB30, Arizona – Sammie Coates, TE31, USC Upstate – Quenton Nelson, CB32, Oklahoma, K.
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