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The Inaugural 580 Sports Talk NFL Draft Composite Big Board

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The NFL draft is drawing closer every day, and the search for your favorite team’s next superstar (or bust) is underway. The draft process is a highly scrutinized one form a variety of angles, with countless outlets and analysts finding countless ways to evaluate and rate prospects. Luckily for you, 580 Sports Talk is here with a composite big board.

The goal of this big board is to give you a look at the average ranking of the top prospects in this year’s draft class.

Our composite board comprises 13 different rankings, from the biggest names in the draft business to those from niche websites to our own in-house board. The data from each ranking was combined, averaged out and re-ranked in our composite. By averaging out these 10 different rankings, we can give you the (approximate) consensus top 100 draft prospects.

The most important limitation to keep in mind is that only players who were ranked by three or more outlets are included here to remove some level of outliers.

Here’s the big board, ordered by composite ranking with the average ranking for each player listed as well.

Latest update, 4/24/19, 5:09 PM: The final update to the board is a big one, including five new boards and three updates, bringing us to 20 total.

Rank (avg) Player Position School
1 (1.4) Nick Bosa EDGE Ohio State
2 (2) Quinnen Williams DL Alabama
3 (5.4) Josh Allen EDGE Kentucky
4 (5.8) Ed Oliver DL Houston
5 (8.1) Devin White LB LSU
6 (11.6) TJ Hockenson TE Iowa
7 (12.5) Jawaan Taylor OT Florida
8 (12.7) Jonah Williams OT Alabama
9 (13.3) Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma
10 (14.7) Christian Wilkins DL Clemson
11 (15.4) Montez Sweat EDGE Mississippi State
12 (16.2) Devin Bush LB Michigan
13 (16.3) Brian Burns EDGE Florida State
14 (17.2) Jeffery Simmons DL Mississippi State
15 (18.3) Clelin Ferrell EDGE Clemson
16 (19.2) Byron Murphy CB Washington
17 (20.7) D.K. Metcalf WR Ole Miss
18 (20.8) Greedy Williams CB LSU
19 (21.1) Rashan Gary EDGE Michigan
20 (23.7) Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State
21 (23.8) Noah Fant TE Iowa
22 (24.1) Cody Ford OL Oklahoma
23 (24.7) Andre Dillard OT Washington State
24 (24.7) Deandre Baker CB Georgia
25 (29.1) Garrett Bradbury C North Carolina State
26 (29.6) Jerry Tillery DL Notre Dame
27 (30.8) Dexter Lawrence DL Clemson
28 (31.1) Josh Jacobs RB Alabama
29 (33.8) Dalton Risner OL Kansas State
30 (34.3) Chris Lindstrom OG Boston College
31 (34.9) AJ Brown WR Ole Miss
32 (34.9) Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma
33 (35.3) Drew Lock QB Missouri
34 (35.8) Nasir Adderley S Delaware
35 (36.9) N’Keal Harry WR Arizona State
36 (39.8) Erik McCoy C Texas A&M
37 (41.1) Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama
38 (41.9) Hakeem Butler WR Iowa State
39 (42.6) Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S Florida
40 (44.6) Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina
41 (45.1) Greg Little OT Ole Miss
42 (45.7) Taylor Rapp S Washington
43 (45.8) Johnathan Abram S Mississippi State
44 (46.8) Deionte Thompson S Alabama
45 (47.4) Amani Oruwariye CB Penn State
46 (48.5) JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR Stanford
47 (49.4) Chase Winovich EDGE Michigan
48 (49.9) Kelvin Harmon WR North Carolina State
49 (50.1) Mack Wilson LB Alabama
50 (50.4) Juan Thornhill S Virginia
51 (50.8) Jachai Polite EDGE Florida
52 (50.9) Darnell Savage S Maryland
53 (50.9) Tytus Howard OT Alabama State
54 (51.4) Justin Layne CB Michigan State
55 (52.1) Rock Ya-Sin CB Temple
56 (52.7) Dre’Mont Jones DL Ohio State
57 (54.2) Jaylon Ferguson EDGE Louisiana Tech
58 (54.4) Daniel Jones QB Duke
59 (54.9) Julian Love CB Notre Dame
60 (56.8) Elgton Jenkins C Mississippi State
61 (57.5) Zach Allen EDGE Boston College
62 (57.8) David Long CB Michigan
63 (57.8) Kaleb McGary OT Texas A&M
64 (59.7) Parris Campbell WR Ohio State
65 (60.6) Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson
66 (61.2) Oshane Ximines EDGE Old Dominion
67 (61.7) Miles Sanders RB Penn State
68 (61.8) David Montgomery RB Iowa State
69 (62) Ryan Finley QB North Carolina State
70 (62.1) Damien Harris RB Alabama
71 (62.2) Charles Omenihu EDGE Texas
72 (62.4) L.J. Collier DL TCU
73 (63.5) Amani Hooker S Iowa
74 (64) Kris Boyd CB Texas
75 (64.3) Joejuan Williams CB Vanderbilt
76 (64.5) Yodny Cajuste OT West Virginia
77 (65.1) Darrell Henderson RB Memphis
78 (65.9) Riley Ridley WR Georgia
79 (66.7) Anthony Nelson EDGE Iowa
80 (66.7) Te’von Coney LB Notre Dame
81 (67.4) Devin Singletary RB Florida Atlantic
82 (68) Sean Bunting CB Central Michigan
83 (69) Rodney Anderson RB Oklahoma
84 (69.2) Terry McLaurin WR Ohio State
85 (69.5) Lonnie Johnson S Kentucky
86 (70.2) Khalen Saunders DL Western Illinois
87 (70.2) Greg Deiter OG Wisconsin
88 (70.5) Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&M
89 (70.9) Blake Cashman LB Minnesota
90 (71) Connor McGovern OG Penn State
91 (71.8) Jamel Dean CB Auburn
92 (72.2) Andy Isabella WR Massachusetts
93 (72.2) Will Grier QB West Virginia
94 (72.4) Gerald Willis III DL Miami
95 (72.7) Isaiah Buggs DL Alabama
96 (73.2) Chuma Edoga OT USC
97 (73.5) Trayveon Williams RB Texas A&M
98 (74.3) Max Scharping OT Northern Illinois
99 (74.8) Joe Jackson EDGE Miami
100 (75) Stanley Morgan Jr. WR Nebraska
Composite includes the following draft boards: Todd McShay (Top 100) 4/24, CBS Sports (Top 100) 4/24, Brad Kelly (Top 100) 4/22, Trevor Sikkema (Top 100) 4/22, Dane Brugler/The Athletic 4/15, TDN-Kyle Crabbs (Top 100) 4/22, NBC Sports 4/8, Daniel Jeremiah 4/3, The Draft Network (Top 100) 4/23, Pro Football Focus (Top 100) 4/8, Mel Kiper 4/23, Walter Football 4/17, Draft Wire 3/25, The Sporting News, DraftTek 4/22, Sports Illustrated 3/6, Bleacher Report 4/12, Dzwierzynski big board 4-2, The Ringer 4/1

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