Are Paul Perkins and Devontae Booker the best RBs in 2016 NFL Draft?
As we head towards the end of the college football season, 2016 NFL Draft speculation begins to heat up.
In a recent report on Bleacher Report, NFL Draft analyst Matt Miller analyzes the "big board" of predicted talent set to become professionals. The Pac-12 performed well: Cal's quarterback Jared Goff was the No. 1 overall player in the rankings and former UCLA star Myles Jack was listed in the Top 10. UCLA's Kenny Clark was ranked No. 13, Oregon's DeForest Bucket was No. 14 and Su'a Cravens was No. 18.
Most of the top Pac-12 players were on defense. But where does the high-powered offensive players from the conference rank? UCLA's Paul Perkins was ranked No. 51 and Utah's Devontae Booker was ranked No. 60.
Behind Ezekiel Elliott from Ohio State, no other running back predicted to declare for the 2016 NFL Draft ranked higher than Perkins and Booker.
(h/t Bleacher Report)
New Top 100 players for 2016 NFL Draft, plus top 10s at each position. https://t.co/NJo10DmeQB— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) November 4, 2015