NFL Media ranks Clemson sophomore QB Deshaun Watson as the No. 9 offensive player in the entire country.
Texas Tech redshirt sophomore OLB Mike Mitchell was ranked as the No. 13 impact transfer by NFL Media.
NFL Media ranks Pittsburgh junior RB James Conner as the No. 10 offensive player in the land.
NFL Media ranks Mississippi State true freshman S Jamal Peters as the No. 9 impact freshmen in the nation.
NFL Media ranks USC redshirt senior QB Cody Kessler as the No. 11 offensive player in the country.
NFL Media ranks Michigan graduate QB Jake Rudock as the No. 15 impact transfer in the nation.
Florida true freshman T Martez Ivey could replace D.J. Humphries in the starting lineup in 2015, but if he doesn't, he'll start elsewhere, believes NFL Media.
NFL Media ranks Colorado State sophomore WR Rashard Higgins as the No. 13 offensive player in the nation.
Alabama ILB Reggie Ragland believes junior OLB Tim Williams could lead the nation in sacks next season.
Ole Miss junior WR Laquon Treadwell (ankle) "is a natural receiver who causes a lot of mismatches," notes Walter Football.
SB Nation's Dan Kadar believes Ohio State senior DE Adolphus Washington "could be a breakout candidate moving to the three-technique position that Michael Bennett played last season."
NFL Media ranks Mississippi State redshirt senior QB Dak Prescott as the No. 14 offensive player in the nation.
Auburn senior WR Duke Williams is the No. 3 receiver in the country, according to Walter Football.
NFL Media compares Ohio State senior T Taylor Decker to Matt Kalil.
FSU sophomore RB Dalvin Cook's "footwork through the hole and balance are pure magic," notes NFL Media.