Stacking the Board
The Offensive Draft Value Chart
Offensive Value-Board Ratings:
Update:  02/19/19
 
*** This is the projected order (stacked-board style) for which the players will come off the board during the draft. Rounds 1 & 2 are each whittled into sectors "1A, 1B, etc."  In this case, "1A," for example, stands for picks in the first one-third of Rd.1, and something like "2C" would equate to the last one-third of Rd. 2.  Likewise, in Rd's 3-7 all players are stacked vertically by way of their grade / expected order drafted in that round.***
Round
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 3
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 4/5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 6/7
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Priority
 F.A.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Quarterback Running Back Wide Receiver Tight End / Fullback Offensive Tackle Interior Offensive Line
1A      Dwayne Haskins, Ohio St. 1A      Josh Jacobs, Alabama [kr] 1A       1A      T.J. Hockenson, Iowa 1A      Jonah Williams, Alab. [t/g] 1A     
                              
           
1B      Drew Lock, Missouri 1B       1B      DK Metcalf, Ole Miss 1B        1B      Jawaan Taylor, Florida 1B      Cody Ford, Oklahoma [g/t]
              N'Keal Harry, Arizona St.               
           
1C      Kyler Murray, Oklahoma 1C       1C       1C      Irv Smith Jr., Alabama 1C      Andre Dillard, Wash St. 1C      
                                   Noah Fant, Iowa             
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2A      Daniel Jones, Duke 2A       2A      Marquise Brown, Oklahoma 2A       2A      Greg Little, Ole Miss 2A      Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State [c]
                                 Hakeem Butler, Iowa St.             Yodny Cajuste, West Virg.  
                                      
2B       2B      Devin Singletary, Fla Atl. 2B      Deebo Samuel, South Carl. [kr] 2B       2B       2B      
                        A.J. Brown, Mississippi                
              Parris Campbell, Ohio St. [kr]               
2C      2C      Darrell Henderson, Memphis 2C      Kelvin Harmon, N.C. State 2C       2C      Kaleb McGary, Washington 2C      Chris Lindstrom, Bos. College [g]
                        Mecole Hardman, Georgia [kr]                
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  David Montgomery, Iowa St. Riley Ridley, Georgia Kaden Smith, Stanford   Dalton Risner, Kansas St. [g/t]
  Miles Sanders, Penn St. Anthony Johnson, Buffalo
Bobby Evans, Oklahoma [t/g] Erik McCoy, Texas A&M [c]
Will Grier, West Virginia Damien Harris, Alabama JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford Isaac Nauta, Georgia   Elgton Jenkins, Miss. St. [c]
  Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky Terry McLaurin, Ohio St. Caleb Wilson, UCLA David Edwards, Wisconsin Michael Jordan, Ohio St. [g/t]
  Trayveon Williams, Tex. Tech Jakobi Meyers, N.C. State  
Michael Deiter, Wisconsin [g/c]
Jarrett Stidham, Auburn Elijah Holyfield, Georgia Lil'Jordan Humphrey, Texas Jace Sternberger, Tex A&M Max Scharping, N. Illinois Connor McGovern, Penn St. [g]
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Ryan Findley, N.C. State Mike Weber, Ohio State Emanuel Hall, Missouri Dawson Knox, Ole Miss Tytus Howard, Alabama St. Nate Davis, Charlotte [g]
  Justice Hill, Oklahoma St. Antoine Wesley, Texas Tech Tommy Sweeney, Bos. College Chuma Edoga, USC [t/g] Ben Powers, Oklahoma [g]
Clayton Thorson, N'Western Wes Hills, Slippery Rock Andy Isabella, UMass Drew Sample, Washington Isaiah Prince, Ohio State Beau Benzschawel, Wisonsin [g]
  Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma Gary Jennings, West Virginia Josh Oliver, San Jose St. Mitch Hyatt, Clemson Alex Bars, Notre Dame [g]
Gardner Minshew, Wash St. Bryce Love, Stanford Penny Hart, Georgia St. Alize Mack, Notre Dame Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama [c]
Brett Rypien, Boise State Myles Gaskin, Washington Miles Boykin, Notre Dame Dax Raymond, Utah State Martez Ivey, Florida [t/g] Nate Herbig, Stanford [g]
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  Dexter Williams, Notre Dame Hunter Renfrow, Clemson Foster Moreau, LSU Dennis Daley, So. Carolina Lamont Gaillard, Georgia [c]
Tyree Jackson, Buffalo James Williams, Wash. St. A. Ratliff-Williams, No. Carl. C.J. Conrad, Kentucky Olisaemeka Udoh, Elon [t/g] Dru Samia, Oklahoma [g/t]
Easton Stick, N. Dakota St. Karan Higdon, Michigan Greg Dortch, Wake Forest [kr] Alec Ingold, Wisconsin [fb] Paul Adams, Missouri Alec Eberle, Florida St. [c]
  Jalin Moore, Appalachian St. Dillon Mitchell, Oregon Trevon Wesco, West Virginia Tyler Roemer, San Diego St. Javon Patterson, Ole Miss [g]
Jordan Ta'amu, Ole Miss Travis Homer, Miami T. Pollard, Memphis [wr/kr/rb] Donald Parham, Stetson William Sweet, N. Carolina Ryan Bates, Penn State [g/t]
Trace McSorely, Penn St. Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska Diontae Johnson, Toledo [kr] Kahale Warring, San Diego St. Andre James, UCLA Joshua Miles, Morgan St. [g/t]
  Darwin Thompson, Utah St. Jaylen Smith, Louisville Keenan Brown, Texas St. Jackson Barton, Utah Terronne Prescod, N.C. State [g]
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Kyle Shurmur, Vanderbilt Nick Brossette, LSU Ashton Dulan, Malone [kr] George Aston, Pittsburgh [fb] Devon Johnson, Ferris St. Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas [g]
Brent Stockstill, Middle Tenn. LJ Scott, Michigan State Keelan Doss, Cal Davis Kendall Blanton, Missouri Derwin Gray, Maryland Iosua Opeta, Weber St. [g]
Eric Dungey, Syracuse Ryquell Armstead, Temple Terry Godwin, Georgia Zach Gentry, Michigan Brandon Knight, Indiana Sean Rawlings, Ole Miss [c]
Taylor Cornelius, Okl. St. Qadree Ollison, Pittsburgh Tyre Brady, Marshall Chandler Cox, Auburn [fb] Tyler Jones, N.C. State [t/g] Phil Haynes, Wake Forest [g]
David Blough, Purdue Jordan Scarlett, Florida David Sills, West Virginia Daniel Helm, Duke Chidi Okeke, Tennessee St. Nate Trewyn, Wisc-Whitewater [c]
Jake Browning, Washington Alexander Mattison, Boise St. Darius Slayton, Auburn Andrew Beck, Texas Ryan Pope, San Diego St. Deion Calhoun, Miss. St. [g]
Nick Fitzgerald, Miss. St. Alex Barnes, Kansas St. Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion Winston Dimel, UTEP [fb] Ethan Greenidge, Villanova [t/g] Zach Bailey, So. Carolina [g]
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170 Offensive Players are ranked here for the 2019 Draft:
On average, this site has slotted around 170 offensive players by the time the draft rolls around, so this year's list is right on par of that average.  Smaller "grade-able" numbers are present this year at the Offensive Tackle position than has been the case in certain years.  After the top 8, the field really falls-off quickly.  The Center and Guard positions continue to be stronger and stronger year after a year... one might call that a trend right now.  The QB position lacks elite players in 2019, but has some depth to it.  Finally, the skill positions of TE/WR/RB are all loaded with great prospects.  The WR group, in particular, has gone through the DraftBoardGuru formula with much success this year.  While that stat doesn't necessarily end up illustrating great Round One results, the group is tremendously deep and most NFL teams will find themselves a good WR pick-up somewhere during the draft.  The TE class is also highly impressive, with good players lasting through Round Five this year.  RB might be just as impressive... there will be late round diamonds-in-the-rough found!
 
The prospects are ranked in a formula based off of collegiate success coupled with where they will be expected to go "off the board." Based on past success, this chart will be quite handy on draft day in following the process unfold round by round.