It's unlikely for a running back to be a first round selection. Melvin Gordon has that opportunity.
Gurley tore his left ACL in 2014. His NFL draft round will be determined by team's individual medical reports. If it's felt Gurley can return to his old form then the first to second round is where Gurley will be drafted.
Dee Hart, Colorado State*Rs
Four years removed from high school, who can blame the 187 pound Hart for entering. He may not be drafted, but he will probably get a chance somewhere.
Matt Jones, Florida*
Josh Robinson, Mississippi State*Rs
Trey Williams, Texas A&M*
T.J. Yeldon, Alabama*
Devin Funchess, Michigan*
Dorial Green-Beckham, Oklahoma*Rs
Breshad Perriman, UCF*Rs
Jaelen Strong, Arizona State*Rs
A large target downfield, Strong is an aggressive receiver who fights for the ball in the air. He also fights hard after the catch. Strong is a first to second round prospect.
Jean Sifrin, Massachusetts*
Maxx Williams, Minnesota**Rs
Jeremiah Poutasi, Utah*
Donovan Smith, Penn State*Rs
Given how poorly college coaches develop pass rushers, most edge players should enter early. Barnes is likely a mid-round selection, but another year lets a lot of uncontrollable variables possibly effect his draft stock in a negative way.
Dante Fowler, Florida*
Jalen Collins, LSU*Rs
Ronald Darby, FSU*
Lorenzo Doss, Tulane*
Marcus Peters, Washington*Rs
Trae Waynes, Michigan State*Rs
Waynes is a first to second round prospect. He is battling to be the first cornerback drafted.
P.J. Williams, FSU*
Williams is a day one to day two selection. He is making the right choice.
You can't blame a fourth-year junior for feeling ready to move on from college. Eskridge is a mid-round prospect.