Top-10 guys in the Draft at each offensive position who could help the New England Patriots


It’s finally here! The NFL Draft, pushed back to May in order to produce big ratings during “sweeps week,” is actually upon us, starting on Thursday night with round one.

While the extra two weeks has made it seem like it’s taken forever for the draft to get here, it has provided plenty of time for preparation. NFL teams are so ready to go, flooded with information, that some took this past weekend off, heading to Vegas for a little R&R. At cover32, it’s provided ample time to break down each position in the draft.

In case you missed any of our top-10 lists during the past few weeks, or just want to have them all in one handy place, below are our rankings for every offensive position. Brush up and be prepared for Thursday, Friday and Saturday:

It’s the most important position in football. Who is ready to be the face of an NFL franchise? Here’s the top 10 signal callers in the draft.

Some think it’s a dying position, but teams still need someone who can get the tough yards. Here are the top 10 ball carriers available.

The NFL’s new glamour position, there are plenty of game changers out there. Who’s at the top? Here are the top 10 wide outs on the board.

No longer just glorified offensive tackles, players like Jimmy Graham have redefined this position. Here are the top 10 tight ends in the draft.

The best way to disrupt a passing game is with pressure up the middle, making these guys vital. Here are the top 10 guards and centers available.

Their hefty paychecks show their importance, as they protect quarterbacks from speed rushers. Here are the top 10 tackles on the board.

Check back on Tuesday, as we post the top 10 players at every defensive position.

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