Pre-Combine and with an open mind.
QB: In my opinion, all three of these guys are starting quality players with high upside. A lot will depend on their surroundings. Additionally, they all have their warts. I leave Allen off this list because of his horrid accuracy. I wish Allen had turned out to be better. The list is based on my risk assessment.
1. Baker Mayfield (off the field stuff is meh to me; easy conference play goes against him; shortish; hard working; chip on shoulder; needs to win; fantastic accuracy; scrambling ability)
2. Sam Darnold (great accuracy; reads defenses; turnover prone; cali-goofy)
3. Josh Rosen (great pocket presence; beautiful passer; injury history; family wealth; liberal attitude and potential fights with management)
RB: In a draft full of RB talent, Saquon is the one who stands out. It would not be the best pick by value, but this team has been so offense-devoid that I could be more than happy to bring him in.
1. Saquon Barkley
WR: None. The combine might make this a possibility if Ridley or another guy can put up insane numbers. I'll keep my eyes open.
TE: None. There's some nice talent though.
OL: No legitimate LT for this spot. Nelson is the prize. As a G, this is a hard pick for me to accept, but at least its offense.
1. Quenton Nelson
LB: All of these guys have gotten to the QB in college. They're all instinctive and fast. I do believe all will be successful NFL talents, however, my personal favorite, Evans, has an injury history that worries me. Importantly, think they all have the speed to play outside. Unfortunately Chubb looks a little more to me like a 4-3 DE than a 3-4 OLB but others have tweened before.
1. Bradley Chubb
2. Roquan Smith
3. Rashaan Evans
CB: Not even including Fitzpatrick on this list, as he is not a CB. This list is way up in the air until combine results.
1. Denzel Ward
2. Josh Jackson
3. Mike Hughes
If I had to make an ordered list, it'd be something like this (PRIOR TO ANY FA SIGNINGS AND COMBINE). I do not yet have a hard stance on QBs -- the list is more a reflection of my risk assessment.