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2016 NFL Draft: Top Prospects

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The Super Bowl is over, the Broncos are the champions and the Tennessee Titans are on the clock.

A quick glimpse at some of the top prospects in April's upcoming draft.

Joey Bosa DE Ohio State Jr 6-5 275
Doesn't have the highest ceiling of the group, but Bosa is a safe pick because he is ready to make an immediate impact.

Laremy Tunsil Ole Miss Jr 6-5 305
Blue chip left tackle prospect who was dominant in a division with elite defensive line talent.

Jaylon Smith OLB Notre Dame Jr 6-3 240
Three-down difference-maker with remarkable explosiveness. Bowl game injury is a concern.

Vernon Hargreaves III CB Florida Jr 5-11 199
Pure corner with terrific instincts and ball-skills.

Robert Nkemdiche DT Ole Miss Jr 6-3 296
Powerful, athletic and position and scheme-versatile.

Laquon Treadwell WR Ole Miss Jr 6-2 210 
Polished, physical powerful and highly competitive.

Paxton Lynch QB Memphis 6-6, 230
Big arm and remarkably mobile for his size.

Jared Goff QB Cal 6-4 210
Accurate, tough and instinctual in the pocket, but slim frame.

Jalen Ramsey CB Florida State Jr 6-1 202
Track star speed combined with the physicality and the instincts to play safety if needed.

Ronnie Stanley OT Notre Dame rJr 6-6 315
Strong and athletic enough to be a long-term left tackle.

Mackensie Alexander CB Clemson rSo 5-10 195
Andrew Billings DT Baylor Jr 6-1 310
DeForest Buckner Oregon DE 6-7 290
Jonathan Bullard Florida DE 6-3 277
Shilique Calhoun DE Michigan State 6-5 250
Kenny Clark DT UCLA Jr 6-2 310 
Corey Coleman WR Baylor rJr 5-10 190
Connor Cook QB Michigan State 6-4 220
Su'a Cravens LB USC 6-1 225
Taylor Decker OT Ohio State Sr 6-7 315 
Ezekiel Elliott RB Ohio State Jr 6-0 225
Leonard Floyd OLB Georgia 6-4 231
Kendall Fuller CB VT 6-0 196
Derrick Henry RB Alabama 6-3 241
Myles Jack OLB UCLA Jr 6-1 245
Shaq Lawson DE Clemson 6-3 275
Shawn Oakman DE Baylor 6-9 280
Emmanuel Ogbah DE OK State 6-4 275
Reggie Ragland ILB Alabama Sr 6-2 252
Jarran Reed DT Alabama 6-4 313
A'Shawn Robinson DT Alabama Jr 6-3 312
Tre'Davious White CB LSU 5-11 190

Tyler Boyd WR Pitt 6-2 185
Christian Hackenberg QB Penn State 6-4 228
Austin Johnson DT Penn State 6-4 315
Carl Nassib DE Penn State 6-7 272

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