JagNation Offensive Positional Rankings

JagNation Offensive Positional Rankings

Who will be the first player from each position group to come off the board? That's what everyone including team executives are trying to figure out. We will weigh in with our positional rankings.

Quarterbacks

1. Cam Newton, Auburn

2. Blaine Gabbert, Missouri

3. Colin Kaepernick, Nevada

4. Christian Ponder, Florida State

5. Jake Locker, Washington

Running Backs

1. Mark Ingram, Alabama

2. Mikel Leshoure, Illinois

3. Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech

4. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma

5. Daniel Thomas, Kansas State

Fullbacks

1. Stanley Havili, USC

2. Robert Hughes, Notre Dame

3. Owen Marecic, Stanford

4. Anthony Sherman, Connecticut

5. Cody Johnson, Texas

Wide Receivers

1. A.J. Green, Georgia

2. Julio Jones, Alabama

3. Leonard Hankerson, Miami (FL)

4. Jon Baldwin, Pittsburgh

5. Vincent Brown, San Diego State

Tight Ends

1. Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame

2. Luke Stocker, Tennessee

3. D.J. Williams, Arkansas

4. Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin

5. Jordan Cameron, USC

Offensive Tackles

1. Tyron Smith, USC

2. Anthony Castonzo, Boston College

3. Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin

4. Nate Solder, Colorado

5. Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State

Guards

1. Rodney Hudson, Florida State

2. Michael Pouncey, Florida

3. Danny Watkins, Baylor

4. Stefen Wisniewski, Penn State

5. Clint Boling, Georgia

Centers

1. Kristofer O'Dowd, USC

2. Ben Jones, Georgia

3. Jason Kelce, Cincinnati

4. Alex Linnenkohl, Oregon State

5. Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse

Charlie Bernstein is the host of "The Conundrum" on the Aquarius 7 Broadcasting Network (national), and Editor-in-Chief of Sports Media Interactive, covering multiple teams in the National Football League, NCAA, and National Basketball Association. Charlie covers the Jacksonville Jaguars for FoxSports and has been featured on the NFL Network and Sirius NFL Radio. Charlie is also a member of the Pro Football Writers of America.

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