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The NCAA's active leader in rushing yards, Dixon might not be the flashiest prospect, but he has been consistently productive the last four seasons and NFL scouts have taken notice.
Rarely does an underclassman make his NFL decision known this early, but we now know that Myles Jack, who is currently rehabbing a season-ending "significant knee injury," has withdrawn from school and will enter the 2016 NFL Draft
With several future NFL players on display Saturday night in Clemson, pass rusher Shaq Lawson had the most impressive performance, especially considering he faced Notre Dame's future first round left tackle Ronnie Stanley.
Interior defensive linemen are the most represented position in this mock draft, led by Mississippi's Robert Nkemdiche in the top-five selections.
NFL scouts had circled the Clemson-Notre Dame showdown as an opportunity to see several highly regarded NFL prospects in key one-on-one matchups. With underclassmen Shaq Lawson and Mackensie Alexander winning those matchups, the Tigers prevailed and their young difference-makers are poised to make a big jump up draft boards, as well.
NFL scouts were eager to see Alabama's imposing front seven take on a physical and experienced Georgia offensive line in a battle of top 13 ranked teams. They won't get much attention on the highlight reels but defensive tackles Jarran Reed and A'Shawn Robinson played a critical role in the Tide's big win -- something scouts won't soon forget.
NFL scouts watching Oklahoma defeat West Virginia 44-24 saw the good, bad and ugly from Mountaineers safety Joseph and Sooners cornerback Sanchez, each of whom entered the game ranked among the top six at their respective positions.
True freshman Hayden Moore completed 22 of 33 passes for 279 yards and two touchdowns to out-duel Brad Kaaya and the 'Canes Thursday night but he had big help from senior receivers Shaq Washington and Mekale McKay, who each flashed intriguing traits which project nicely to the NFL.
An in-depth look at the premier NFL prospects to watch in the top college football match-ups this weekend
Michigan State offensive tackle Jack Conklin, Virginia Tech cornerback Kendall Fuller and UCLA outside linebacker Myles Jack slide due to injuries, opening the rankings to risers like LSU cornerback Tre'Davious White, Baylor wide receiver Corey Coleman and Duke safety Jeremy Cash.
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2016 Overall rankings
11. Joey Bosa
6-5, 275, Ohio State
22. Robert Nkemdiche
6-4, 296, Ole Miss
33. Jared Goff
6-4, 210, California
44. Jalen Ramsey
6-1, 202, Florida State
55. Ronnie Stanley
6-6, 315, Notre Dame
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