Stacking the Board
The Offensive Draft Value Chart
Offensive Value-Board Ratings:
* Final Rankings *
*** 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.***
Quarterback Running Back Wide Receiver Tight End Offensive Tackle Interior Off. Line
1A      1A      Leonard Fournette, LSU 1A      Corey Davis, Western Mich. 1A      O.J. Howard, Alabama 1A      1A     


1B    Deshaun Watson, Clemson 1B      Christian McCaffrey, Stanford 1B      Mike Williams, Clemson 1B        1B      Cam Robinson, Alabama 1B      
        Mitchell Trubisky, N.Carl.           Dalvin Cook, Florida St.            

1C      1C       1C      John Ross, Washington 1C      David Njoku, Miami 1C      Garett Bolles, Utah 1C      Forrest Lamp, W. Kentucky [g/t]

          Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin  
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2A     Patrick Mahomes, Tex. Tech 2A      Alvin Kamara, Tennessee 2A      Zay Jones, East Carolina 2A      Evan Engram, Ole Miss 2A       2A      Dan Feeney, Indiana [g]
                                 Juju Smith-Schuster, USC

          Dion Dawkins, Temple [g/t]

2B     DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame 2B      Joe Mixon, Oklahoma 2B      Chris Godwin, Penn St. 2B       2B      Taylor Moton, W. Mich. [t/g] 2B     
                                Curtis Samuel, Ohio St. [wr/rb]                                  

2C     Davis Webb, California 2C      Kareem Hunt, Toledo 2C      Carlos Henderson, Louis Tech 2C      Gerald Everett, South Alab. 2C      Antonio Garcia, Troy [t/g] 2C      

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Samaje Perine, Oklahoma Cooper Kupp, E. Washington Adam Shaheen, Ashland
Issac Asiata, Utah [g]

Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M Jake Butt, Michigan Julie'n Davenport, Bucknell Dorian Johnson, Pittsburgh [g]
Nathan Peterman, Pitt D'Onta Foreman, Texas ArDavius Stewart, Alabama

Pat Elflein, Ohio St. [c/g]

Amara Darboh, Michigan

Joshua Dobbs, Tennessee Wayne Gallman, Clemson Josh Malone, Tennessee George Kittle, Iowa Jer. Eluemunor, Tex. A&M [t/g] Ethan Pocic, LSU [c]

Matthew Dayes, N.C. State Taywan Taylor, Western Kent

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Marlon Mack, South Florida Malachi Dupre, LSU Jordan Leggett, Clemson Zach Banner, USC [t/g] Nico Siragusa, San Diego St. [g]
Brad Kaaya, Miami James Conner, Pittsburgh Robert Davis, Georgia St. Bucky Hodges, Virgnia Tech Roderick Johnson, Florida St. Danny Isidora, Miami [g]

Donnel Pumphrey, San Diego St. Kenny Golladay, Northern Ill Jonnu Smith, Florida Int. Conor McDermott, UCLA Jordan Morgan, Kutztown [g]
C.J. Beathard, Iowa Joe Williams, Utah KD Cannon, Baylor Cole Hikutini, Louisville David Sharpe, Florida [t/g] Damien Mama, USC [g]
Jerod Evans, Virginia Tech Jamaal Williams, BYU Ryan Switzer, North Carolina Michael Roberts, Toledo Will Holden, Vanderbilt Ben Braden, Michigan [g]
  Corey Clement, Wisconsin Jehu Chesson, Michigan Eric Saubert, Drake Aviante Collins, TCU [t/g] Sean Harlow, Oregon St. [g]
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Brian Hill, Wyoming Mack Hollins, N. Carolina Jeremy Sprinkle, Arkansas Collin Buchanan, Miami (OH) Chase Roullier, Wyoming [c]
Chad Kelly, Ole Miss Jeremy McNichols, Boise St. Dede Westbrook, Colorado Pharaoh Brown, Oregon Adam Bisnowaty, Pittsburgh Jessamen Dunker, Tenn. St. [g]
Alex Torgersen, UPenn Elijah McGuire, UL-Lafayette Noah Brown, Ohio St. Darrell Daniels, Washington Erik Magnuson, Michigan [t/g] Avery Gennesy, Texas A&M [g/t]

T.J. Logan, North Carolina Chad Hansen, California Billy Brown, Shepherd [te/wr] J.J. Dielman, Utah [t/g/c] Ethan Cooper, IUP [g]
Cooper Rush, Central Mich Dare Ogunbowale, Wisconsin Isaiah Ford, Virginia Tech Cethan Carter, Nebraska Chad Wheeler, USC Tyler Orlosky, West Virginia [c]
Sefo Liufau, Colorado De'Veon Smith, Michigan Shelton Gibson, West Virginia Ricky Seals-Jones, Texas A&M Levon Myers, Northern Ill. Kyle Fuller, Baylor [c]

Aaron Jones, UTEP Isaiah McKenzie, Georgia Blake Jarwin, Okla. St. Sam Tevi, Utah Cameron Tom, So. Miss. [c]
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Trevor Knight, Texas A&M Freddie Stevenson, Florida St. [fb] Chad Williams, Grambling Scott Orndorff, Pittsburgh Storm Norton, Toledo Jon Toth, Kentucky [c]
Wes Lunt, Illinois Sam Rogers, Virginia Tech [fb] Stacy Coley, Miami Jacob Hollister, Wyoming Justin Senior, Miss. State Cameron Lee, Illinois St. [g]
Seth Russell, Baylor D. Henderson, Coastal Carl. Quincy Adeboyejo, Ole Miss Keith Towbridge, Lousiville Jerry Ugokwe, William & Mary Kyle Kalis, Michigan [g]
Mitch Leidner, Minnesota Joseph Yearby, Miami Bug Howard, N. Carolina Hayden Plinke, Texas El-Paso Dan Skipper, Arkansas Jake Eldrenkamp, Washington [g]
Brady Gustafson, Montana Taquan Mizzell, Virginia Artavis Scott, Clemson Antony Auclair, Laval Cole Croston, Iowa Nate Theaker, Wayne St. [g]
Zach Terrell, Western Mich Jahad Thomas, Temple Travis Rudolph, Florida St. Derrick Griffin, Texas So. Javarius Leamon, S.C. State Michael Coe, North Dakota [c]
Antonio Pipkin, Tiffin I'Tavius Mathers, Middle Tenn. Ishmael Zamora, Baylor Barrett Burns, Appalachian St. Jon Heck, North Carolina Jay Guillermo, Clemson [c]
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161 Offensive Players are ranked here for the 2017 Draft:
On average, this site has slotted 170-175 offensive players by the time the draft rolls around, so this year's list is just a bit shorter.  There is more talent on the defensive side of the ball, in an overall sense, than on the offensive side.  Smaller "grade-able" numbers are present this year at OT/OG/C/QB than on average, while the skill positions are fairly loaded.
They're all 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 to follow the process round by round.  The strongest offensive positions:  TE, RB, and to a slightly lesser extent WR.  Both TE and RB get an A++ for being very talented at the top along with a lot of depth overall.  Wide receiver is a deep group, but it isn't necessarily above-average versus typical draft classes. (WR = "B" grade)  Offensive line is rather weak overall (though, interior OL is better than OT this year).  OT = a "D- grade."  Interior OL = "B-".  The quarterback position is once again not good.  The collegiate QB's are not ready for NFL football -- it's now a firm trend.  The NFL has a major (eventual) problem/crisis at the QB position, because they just aren't getting a good product from the college game.  But as in life, things run in cycles, and that will eventual cycle-about!