Stacking the Board
The Offensive Draft Value Chart
Offensive Value-Board Ratings:
* Final Update *
*** 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      Josh Allen, Wyoming 1A      Saquon Barkley, Penn St. 1A       1A       1A      1A    Quenton Nelson, N.Dame [g]
          Sam Darnold, USC                             
1B      Josh Rosen, UCLA 1B       1B      Courtland Sutton, SMU 1B        1B      Mike McGlinchey, N.Dame 1B      
          Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma                             
1C      Lamar Jackson, Louisville 1C      Sony Michel, Georgia 1C      Calvin Ridley, Alabama 1C       1C      Kolton Miller, UCLA 1C      Will Hernandez, UTEP [g]
            Derrius Guice, LSU           D.J. Moore, Maryland [kr]                        James Daniels, Iowa [c]
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2A      Mason Rudolph, Okl St. 2A       2A      Anthony Miller, Memphis 2A      Dallas Goedert, S.Dak St. 2A      Geron Christian, Louisville 2A      Isaiah Wynn, Georgia [g/t]
                                               Connor Williams, Texas [t/g]           Frank Ragnow, Arkansas [c]
2B       2B      Nick Chubb, Georgia 2B      Christian Kirk, Tex. A&M [kr] 2B      Mike Gesicki, Penn State 2B       2B      Billy Price, Ohio State [c]
                                            Hayden Hurst, South Carl              
2C      2C      Ronald Jones II, USC 2C      James Washington, Okl St. 2C       2C      Tyrell Crosby, Oregon [t/g] 2C      Austin Corbett, Nevada [g]
                        D.J. Chark, LSU [kr]                
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  Rashaad Penny, S.D. St. [kr] Michael Gallup, Colorado St.   Brian O'Neill, Pittsburgh Braden Smith, Auburn [g]
Kyle Lauletta, Richmond   Dante Pettis, Washington [kr] Ian Thomas, Indiana    

  Tre'Quan Smith, UCF  
  Kerryon Johnson, Auburn [kr] DaeSean Hamilton, Penn St.   Chukwuma Okorafor, W.Mich  
Luke Falk, Washington St. Royce Freeman, Oregon Equan. St. Brown, N.Dame   Joseph Noteboom, TCU Jarmarco Jones, Ohio St. [g/t]
    Deon Cain, Clemson Chris Herndon, Miami Martinas Rankin, Miss St. [t/g]  
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  Mark Walton, Miami J'Mon Moore, Missouri Mark Andrews, Oklahoma Brandon Parker, N.Carl. A&T Cole Madison, Wash St. [g]
Mike White, Western Kent. John Kelly, Tennessee Deontay Burnett, USC Jordan Akins, UCF Orlando Brown, Oklahoma Scott Quessenberry, UCLA [c]
  Nyheim Hines, N.C. State Daurice Fountain, N. Iowa Dalton Schultz, Stanford Desmond Harrison, West Geo Alex Cappa, Humboldt St. [g/t]
Chase Litton, Marshall Jaylen Samuels, N.C. St [fb/te] Allen Lazard, Iowa St. Will Dissly, Washington Will Richardson, N.C. State Wyatt Teller, Virginia Tech [g]
  Kalen Ballage, Arizona St. Marcel Ateman, Okl St. Tyler Conklin, Central Mich. Gerhard de Beer, Arizona Mason Cole, Michigan [c]
  Darrel Williams, LSU Keke Coutee, Texas Tech [kr] Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin Toby Weathersby, LSU Colby Gossett, Appl. St. [g/t]
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Roc Thomas, Jacksonville St. Cedrick Wilson, Boise St. [kr] Durham Smythe, Notre Dame K.C. McDermott, Miami Skyler Phillips, Idaho St. [g]
Kurt Benkert, Virginia Bo Scarbrough, Alabama Byron Pringle, Kansas St. [kr] Deon Yelder, Western Kent Timon Parris, Stony Brook Dejon Allen, Hawaii [g]
Riley Ferguson, Memphis Jarvion Franklin, W. Michigan Quadree Henderson, Pitt [kr] Jordan Thomas, Miss. State Jaryd Jones-Smith, Pitt Sean Welsh, Iowa [g/c]
  Josh Adams, Notre Dame Braxton Berrios, Miami [kr] David Wells, S.D. State Jamil Demby, Maine Will Clapp, LSU [c]
Tanner Lee, Nebraska Justin Jackson, Northwestern Dylan Cantrell, Texas Tech Ethan Wolf, Tennessee Brett Toth, Army Bradley Bozeman, Alabama [c]
J.T. Barrett, Ohio State Dimitri Flowers, Okla. [fb] Jaleel Scott, New Mexico St. Ryan Izzo, Florida St. Zach Crabtree, Okl. St. Taylor Hearn, Clemson [g]
  Martez Carter III, Grambling [kr] Simmie Cobbs, Indiana Nick Keizer, Grand Valley St. Greg Senat, Wagner Brian Allen, Michigan St. [c]
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Nic Shimonek, Texas Tech Akrum Wadley, Iowa Trey Quinn, SMU Marcus Baugh, Ohio St. Matt Pryor, TCU [t/g] Austin Golson, Auburn [c]
Logan Woodside, Toledo Ito Smith, Southern Miss Korey Robertson, So. Miss Andrew Vollert, Weber St. Jacob Alsadek, Arizona [t/g] Tony Adams, N.C. State [g]
Brogan Roback, Eastern Mich Phillip Lindsay, Colorado Justin Watson, UPenn Tyler Hoppes, Nebraska Elijah Nkansah, Toledo Coleman Shelton, Washington [c]
Brandon Silvers, Troy Nick Bawden, San Diego St. [fb] KaRaun White, West Virginia Cam Serigne, Wake Forest David Bright, Stanford [t/g] Jacob Ohnesorge, So. Dak. St. [c]
John Wolford, Wake Forest Chase Edmonds, Fordham Antonio Callaway, Florida [kr] Shane Wimann, Northern Ill. Jake Campos, Iowa St. Jake Bennett, Colorado St. [c]
Kyle Allen, Houston Jordan Wilkins, Ole Miss Auden Tate, Florida St. Deandre Goolsby, Florida Jeromy Irwin, Colorado Nick Gates, Nebraska [g/t]
Nick Stevens, Colorado St. Austin Ramesh, Wisconsin [fb] Jordan Lasley, UCLA Matt Flanagan, Pittsburgh Brett Kendrick, Tennessee Sam Jones, Arizona St. [g]
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165 Offensive Players are ranked here for the 2018 Draft:
On average, this site has slotted around 170 offensive players by the time the draft rolls around, so this year's list is just a bit short of that average due to the draft class not being quite as strong as usual over a five-year period.  Smaller "grade-able" numbers are present this year at OT, TE, and WR than on average, while the positions of QB, RB, and interior OL remain at average or in the case of Interior OL, very much above average.  The centers and guards in the '18 draft are fantastic.
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.  The strongest offensive positions are interior offensive line and running back.  Both have top-end talent and overall depth.  QB is, of course, an extremely talented group up top with six high caliber players found inside the top 50 prospects.  The QB depth is decent in the mid and late rounds, but not spectacular.  As stated earlier, WR/TE/OT are rather weak positions in the 2018 draft and teams that have those needs will have to make their selections early; in some cases inflating the value of mid-round prospects at those positions.