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Feb 09, 2017 · The Rivals.com 2018 team rankings are now live, and as expected, Penn State currently has the No. 1 class in the nation. It's by a big margin, too, as.

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May 09, 2017 · Based on average star ranking (excluding Cameron Dicker, K, who has no star ranking) of teams with 6 or more recruits: 1. Ohio St. 4.11 2. Clemson.

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NFL draft 2018: Dallas selected as host

Dallas will host the 2018 NFL draft The 2018 NFL draft is heading to the Lone Star State.

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One year after building its own venue at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and earning rave reviews for what was essentially a three-day party, the NFL draft is on the move again. The 2018 event will take place at AT&T Stadium, the NFL announced Wednesday.

Last year’s event served as a major win for Philadelphia, which blended an iconic backdrop with rowdy fans to create one of the most memorable events in draft history. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, never one to be outdone, is sure to dial up an even bigger setting to ensure a Texas-sized draft experience.

“Philadelphia raised the bar by taking the Draft to another level, and this new opportunity in Dallas will enable us to continue the event’s evolution and grow it even further,” commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement. “We are grateful to the Dallas Cowboys, the cities of Arlington, Dallas, and Frisco, and the Dallas Sports Commission for their leadership in turning this vision into reality.”

The NFL said that the draft site “will encompass the field, stands, and outdoor plazas, creating an all-encompassing atmosphere and enabling more fans than ever before to watch their favorite team’s selections.”

Dallas beat out a long list of interested cities to earn hosting rights. Chicago, Canton, Denver, Green Bay, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh were all reportedly in the mix for 2018 duties. The Cowboys’ facility, which blends a major population center with a storied NFL franchise, made too much sense to pass up.

Dallas marks the third city to host the draft since it left its usual setting of New York City in 2015. The event had called the Big Apple home for 50 consecutive years before leaving for Chicago in 2016. Last year’s move to Philadelphia set off the barnstorming tour that has football fans and city officials alike clamoring for Roger Goodell’s presence and the boatloads of tourist revenue that follows.

April’s draft was expected to bring an $80 million impact to Pennsylvania’s largest city, though few economic experts bought into that prediction. Even so, with more than 100,000 people attending the event, the draft was clearly a boon for Philadelphia. Officials in the Lone Star State will have to hope for a similar turnout next spring.

The 2018 NFL draft should be exciting. Unlike 2017, a handful of top-level passing prospects could create a feeding frenzy for quarterback-hungry teams. USC’s Sam Darnold, Wyoming’s Josh Allen, UCLA’s Josh Rosen, and 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson of Louisville could all crowd the top 10 picks of a star-studded draft.

They’ll have to pick out a breathable fabric when they order their suits for next year’s draft. Texas gets pretty warm around late April.

Week 7 Rankings (2018): Top 50 Wide Receivers, Sports

Week 7 Rankings (2018): Top 50 Wide Receivers

by Will Overton

We get a bit of a reprieve this week with only two teams on bye, and one of the better receivers, Golden Tate, likely wouldn’t have been able to play. Still we have a lot of factors in the rankings this week, including the loss of one of the elite quarterbacks, and more injuries to WR as well. Let’s get to the rankings for Week 7:

  1. Julio Jones – Atlanta Falcons @ New England
  2. Antonio Brown – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati
  3. A.J. Green – Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh
  4. Mike Evans – Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Buffalo
  5. Dez Bryant – Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco
  6. Brandin Cooks – New England Patriots vs. Atlanta
  7. Michael Thomas – New Orleans Saints @ Green Bay
  8. Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals @ LA Rams
  9. Doug Baldwin – Seattle Seahawks @ NY Giants
  10. Michael Crabtree – Oakland Raiders vs. Kansas City
  11. Jordy Nelson – Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans
  12. Chris Hogan – New England Patriots vs. Atlanta
  13. Tyreek Hill – Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland
  14. Demaryius Thomas – Denver Broncos @ LA Chargers
  15. Alshon Jeffrey – Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington
  16. Keenan Allen – Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver
  17. T.Y. Hilton – Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville
  18. Jarvis Landry – Miami Dolphins vs. NY Jets
  19. Davante Adams – Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans
  20. Pierre Garcon – San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas
  21. Kelvin Benjamin – Carolina Panthers @ Chicago
  22. Adam Thielen – Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore
  23. Terrelle Pryor – Washington Redskins @ Philadelphia
  24. Devin Funchess – Carolina Panthers @ Chicago
  25. Rishard Matthews – Tennessee Titans @ Cleveland
  26. Stefon Diggs – Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore
  27. Amari Cooper – Oakland Raiders vs. Kansas City
  28. DeSean Jackson – Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Buffalo
  29. Devante Parker – Miami Dolphins vs. NY Jets
  30. Nelson Agholor – Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington
  31. Randall Cobb- Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans
  32. John Brown – Arizona Cardinals vs. LA Rams
  33. Danny Amendola – New England Patriots vs. Atlanta
  34. Marquise Lee – Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis
  35. Martavis Bryant – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati
  36. Eric Decker – Tennessee Titans @ Cleveland
  37. Jermaine Kearse – New York Jets @ Miami
  38. Mike Wallace – Baltimore Ravens @ Minnesota
  39. Cooper Kupp – Los Angeles Rams @ Arizona
  40. Sterling Shepherd – New York Giants vs. Seattle
  41. Jamison Crowder – Washington Redskins @ Philadelphia
  42. Robert Woods – Los Angeles Rams @ Arizona
  43. Mohamed Sanu – Atlanta Falcons @ New England
  44. Tyrell Williams – Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver
  45. Allen Hurns – Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis
  46. Willie Snead – New Orleans Saints @ Green Bay
  47. Donte Moncrief – Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville
  48. Cole Beasley – Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco
  49. Jeremy Maclin – Baltimore Ravens @ Minnesota
  50. Bennie Fowler – Denver Broncos @ LA Chargers

  • The matchup with the Steelers doesn’t look great for A.J. Green on paper, but his history shows us that even the Steelers can’t really shut down the guy who might be the most consistent receiver in the game aside from Antonio Brown. In his last four games against the Steelers Green has 24 catches, 359 yards and 3 TD’s. He is currently on a three game TD streak, and odds are in his favor of adding to that streak again on Sunday.
  • In a year in which we aren’t seeing the amount of blow up games from WR we are used to, there is certainly something to be said for consistency and Larry Fitzgerald is bringing that to the table. He is number four in the league in average fantasy point per game among WR, and it seems like 8 – 10 points is his floor. Fitzgerald can also have that big game, as we saw last week when he was only outscored by Antonio Brown.
  • The injury to Emmanuel Sanders almost certainly has to boost the value of Demaryius Thomas. While he has yet to find the end zone this season, Thomas has at least five catches in all but one game and 67 yards or more in all but one game. This last Sunday when Sanders went down, Thomas ended up with 10 catches for 133 yards, though the Broncos were also playing from behind. Thomas is listed as questionable right now, but it doesn’t seem like anything to serious.
  • With the injury to DaVante Parker, look for another big week from Jarvis Landry against a pretty mediocre defense in the Jets. Parker is questionable and so he may be on the field this week, but even if he is I can’t see him being at 100%. Landry, on the other hand, has two games in a row with a TD and continues to be a PPR machine, with no fewer than five catches in a game this season.
  • Who would think that a five catch, 28 yard performance would be considered a good thing for a guy who is supposed to be a top tier receiver? Still, last week seemed like a step forward for Amari Cooper. While he didn’t do much with his five catches, it was still good to see Derek Carr back under center and looking Cooper’s way. While I think it’s very clear right now that Michael Crabtree is the guy that you want to own, Cooper cannot continue to be as bad as he has been. He isn’t a WR1, but he is a WR2/Flex still.
  • How can we ignore what Nelson Agholor has been doing this season? He’s played in all six games and has four TD grabs, including one in each of the last two games. Agholor also showed up big against the Redskins with 6 catches for 86 yards and a TD in Week 1, so who’s to say he won’t do it again? I have been dismissing him as overachieving so far, but I think it’s time we recognize this is a breakout year for a still young and developing receiver.
  • I think I am likely a bit higher on Sterling Shepherd for this week than most, but by process of elimination I don’t see how you can’t rank him this high. The Seahawks are good, there’s no doubting that, but they have not been as dominant as usual. Shepherd is also about the only receiver the Giants have and not all the passes can go to Evan Engram. Shepherd has talent and this is his chance to step up and prove it. There will be bigger games ahead, but this one isn’t guaranteed to be a bust.

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WACO, TX - SEPTEMBER 23: Baker Mayfield #6 of the Oklahoma Sooners drops back to pass against the Baylor Bears during the first half at McLane Stadium on September 23, 2017 in Waco, Texas. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

Each week at PFF, we’ve given you an overview of all the top draft-eligible quarterbacks across the college football world, with eyes towards the 2018 NFL draft. Now seven weeks into the season, with reputations building and some performances shining, it’s time to rank those top draft-eligible quarterbacks in our weekly feature.

Below you will find the top draft-eligible quarterbacks from across the country, and how they stack up against one another in both traditional and advanced statistics, ranked by their overall PFF grade so far this season. While these rankings are obviously not how they’ll either finish, nor how they are projected to be drafted, these rankings serve as a guideline to rank how each quarterback has fared for their respective teams, while our advanced stats further depict how they may fare at the next level.

With that, here are our takes on the top 13 draft-eligible quarterbacks, that you won’t get anywhere else.

1. Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma – 92.9 overall grade

Game Grade vs. Texas: 88.3

Aside from two uncharacteristic poor decisions, only one of which was intercepted, Mayfield continued to spread the ball with accuracy all over the field. He hit all three of his deep shots for 157 yards and two touchdowns and he leads the nation with an adjusted completion percentage of 65.7 percent on deep passes this season. Through seven weeks, Mayfield is leading the nation in percentage of positively-graded throws while ranking second in avoiding negatively-graded throws, and he’s simply playing better than all other quarterbacks at this point.

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