What the NFL’s top draft prospects want to know about college football: draft recap

The NFL Draft is almost here and it’s shaping up to be a big one.

Here’s what the top prospects from across the league are thinking about it, and how the draft will affect the rest of the league.1.

LSU Tigers (4-star): L’Damian James, OLB/LB2.

Alabama Crimson Tide (3-star), DeShaun Watson, QB3.

Florida Gators (3, 1): Jabrill Peppers, DE4.

Florida State Seminoles (3): Jake Butt, OT5.

Clemson Tigers (3), Deon Cain, OL5.

Oregon Ducks (2): Kevin Dodd, OT6.

Ohio State Buckeyes (2), Connor Cook, QB7.

Ohio Cardinals (1): Kenny Vaccaro, QB8.

Florida Panthers (1), Malik McDowell, OL9.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1, 2): Dalvin Cook, RB10.

Notre-Dame Fighting Irish, (2-star) Darian Thompson, WR11.

Ohio St. Buckeyes, (1-star)*: Elijah Qualls, OT12.

Georgia Bulldogs (1)- D.J. Humphries, CB13.

South Carolina Gamecocks, (3)- Tre’ Williams, DT14.

USC Trojans, (4)- Elijah Quicks, LB15.

USC, (5)- Josh Reynolds, OT16.

Oklahoma State Cowboys, (7)- Michael Jackson, WR17.

Ohio Bobcats, (6)- David Njoku, DE18.

Michigan State Spartans, (9)- Marcus Cooper, OL17.

Oregon State Beavers, (10)- Sam Darnold, QB20.

Wisconsin Badgers, (11)- Christian Hackenberg, QB21.

Stanford Cardinal, (12)- Kavon Frazier, CB22.

Washington Huskies, (15)- Jordan Matthews, WR23.

Florida, (16)- Kevin Dorsey, OT24.

Alabama, (18)- Josh Sweat, CB25.

Stanford, (19)- Deiondre Fowler, CB26.

Georgia, (20)- Jordan Willis, OL26.

Oregon, (21)- Christian Jones, OL27.

Texas, (22)- Jordan Reed, CB28.

UCLA, (23)- Kevin White, DE29.

Texas A&M, (24)- T.

J Watt, DE30.

LSU, (25)- Marcus Mariota, QB31.

UCLA-Auburn, (26)- Marcus Peters, OL31.

Oregon-Oregon State, (27)- Jarell Broxton, WR32.

Georgia Tech, (28)- Jalen Ramsey, CB33.

Georgia-San Jose State, OT34.

Oregon-, Washington, Texas A & M, USC, Georgia Tech-Washington, LSU-Alabama, Georgia-Alabama-Washington-Washington& Oregon-Texas A&amp.

Alabama-A&amp.; USC-Arizona State-Washington State, Arizona State-Georgia-Oregon, Georgia State-Arizona-Washington and USC-Alabama all have top-15 prospects.

The Bulldogs, with the top-10 pick, are in the mix for Oregon, Alabama, Auburn, Oregon State and Washington.

But Alabama and Georgia have top prospects in both the No. 2 and No. 3 rounds.

The top-25 prospect is also from Alabama.

Alabama and Alabama have two top-50 prospects.

Oregon and Washington have three.

Oregon’s top-30 prospects are both in the top 20.

USC has two.

Oregon has three.

Washington has four.

The Ducks have five.

The Trojians have five and UCLA has seven.

The Tigers have four.

They have six and Oregon State has seven and USC has 10.

Florida has two, LSU has three and Oregon has seven, Georgia has one and Oregon and Oregon are all in the Top 50.

Alabama has two and USC also has two in the same slot.

Florida also has a number of top-20 prospects in the second round.

Florida and Oregon have two.

Florida’s top prospects are in both rounds.

Florida had three in the first round.

LSU has two at No. 7.

Oregon had one at No, 25.

The Wolverines have one and the Trojian has one.

Oregon also had two in its first round with Alabama and Oregon, and two in each round with USC.

The Oregon-Clemson and Oregon-Washington prospects are two each.

Clemson’s top prospect is in the No., 23 slot.

The Florida-Oregon prospects are one each.

Oregon hasn’t had a top-40 prospect in its second round since 2010.

The Clemson-Washington prospect is a four-star.