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Daniel Jeremiah Releases Top 50 Prospects List


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Less than two weeks out from Super Bowl LII kicking off in Minnesota, 30 of the league's 32 teams are now in full offseason mode, which means that most of the media is already focused on the 2018 season as well.

With the Senior Bowl getting into full swing down in Mobile, Ala., mock drafts are beginning to drop as well, as is NFL Media Analyst Daniel Jeremiah's Top 50 prospects list.

Jeremiah unveiled his list Tuesday morning, and somewhat unsurprisingly, Penn State running back Saquon Barkley topped the collection of premier college players.

"Barkley is one of the most dynamic running backs to enter the NFL in the last decade," Jeremiah wrote. "He's built like a brick house, with an extremely thick/muscular lower body. On inside runs, he's quick to press the line of scrimmage before stopping, sorting and then exploding through the hole. When he decides to bounce the ball outside, Barkley has an incredible lateral burst."

The top defensive player to make the list is Virginia Tech linebacker Tremaine Edmunds at No. 3, who Jeremiah described as a prospect who "has All-Pro ability."

With Notre Dame guard Quenton Nelson securing Jeremiah's No. 2 spot, the rest of the top 10 is as follows:

-Bradley Chubb, defensive end, North Carolina State

-Minkah Fitzpatrick, safety, Alabama

-Sam Darnold, quarterback, USC

-Josh Rosen, quarterback, UCLA

-Denzel Ward, cornerback, Ohio State

-Vita Vea, defensive tackle, Washington

-Marcus Davenport, defensive end, Texas-San Antonio

Other notable players to make Jeremiah's list are Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield (13), Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith (19), and Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson (43).

You can check out Jeremiah's full list, here.

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