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 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.
An in-depth look at the premier NFL prospects to watch in the top college football match-ups this weekend
An exciting first week of college football is already spurring changes in this week's early look ahead to the 2016 NFL Draft, which boasts plenty of Ohio State Buckeyes and Mississippi Rebels.
Junior defensive tackle (and fullback!?) Robert Nkemdiche was the obvious standout in the Rebels' 76-3 trouncing of UT-Martin Saturday but just as newsworthy for NFL scouts was the healthy return of Treadwell and absence of left tackle Laremy Tunsil, two "other" projected first round prospects for Mississippi.
2013 super recruits Robert Nkemdiche, Laremy Tunsil and Laquon Treadwell could give the Rebels its first trio of first round picks in school history but if you're looking for the best NFL prospect in the SEC, you'll have to look elsewhere.
The 2016 NFL Draft projects to be chock full of talented underclassmen, led by Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil and Ohio State all-everything linebacker Joey Bosa.
NFLDraftScout.com debuts its first Top 1,000 prospect rankings for the 2016 NFL Draft, and an intriguing mix of talented quarterbacks could lead to an historic run at the position -- even if one isn't selected No. 1 overall.
With the 2015 NFL Draft in the rear view mirror, there is no time like the present to break out the crystal ball and take a look at the top potential prospects 12 months from now.

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