Dwayne Hawkins enters first round debate

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As the college football season continues, players will rise and fall as prospects. Where do the top NFL Draft prospects stand in week 7?

It’s not too early to talk NFL Draft and where the top prospects rank. Our updated Big Board sees Dwayne Haskins rising into first round material. This board will be no different. Every week, players will stand out or fade into the background, and this weekly board is a way to track how players are doing in the 2018 college football season.

The last board was more of a reflection of preseason rankings, whereas now, the board will update constantly and be a nice reference as to who is improving their draft stock and who is not.

There are plenty of new players on the board this week thanks to their early season production.  A couple of those players have been getting that buzz over the past few weeks, while a couple others have flown under the radar. While some join the party in the top 50, others have tumbled out of the rankings.

One of those players (spoiler!) is Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson. His season is over after suffering a major knee injury, and it is unclear whether or not he will, in fact, declare for the NFL Draft come the end of the season. For now, it is assumed he will come back and try to raise his draft stock. If he does indeed declare, he likely returns to the top 50.

So far, many players have done well facing lower level competition, but now conference games are beginning, and the anticipation to see top prospects rise to the occasion will be very high. Some examples will be brought up in the slides to follow.

With a great six weeks in the books, let’s get to the latest top 50 big board for the 2019 NFL Draft. Sit back, click through some slides, and enjoy the latest edition. Off we go!



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