For a number of reasons on and off the field, Johnny Manziel is on his way out in Cleveland. And although North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz has some question marks as well, they aren't in the areas that have derailed Johnny Football's NFL career.
The need to inject some juice into the offense could force head coaches Hue Jackson (Cleveland) and Chip Kelly (San Francisco) to ignore the talent along the defensive line which is the strength of this class and instead gamble on possible saviors at the so-called skill-positions.
Alabama tight end O.J. Howard and Clemson defensive end Kevin Dodd -- both underclassmen thought to be considering making the early NFL leap -- were the big winners Monday night but they weren't the only prospects boosting their stock.
The prospective NFL talent playing for Alabama and Clemson is so rich, one could nearly make an all-star team. So, that's exactly what we did, taking a position-by-position look and ranking the best NFL prospects playing in Monday night's College Football Playoff National Championship.
The last day of 2015 offers the year's best matchups with 10 projected first round picks playing what may be the final collegiate games of their careers. The talent will be especially rich along the line of scrimmage in the Cotton Bowl matchup between Alabama and Michigan State.
If Buffalo is to stick with Tyrod Taylor as its quarterback, surrounding him with weapons is critical. Treadwell isn't a dynamic athlete like Sammy Watkins or Percy Harvin - which is why defensive-minded head coach Rex Ryan and his conservative offensive coordinator Mark Roman may love the Rebels' star.