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It’s An All SEC National Title Game - Alabama vs Georgia

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Jan. 8 - College Football Playoff National Championship Presented By AT&T
#2 Alabama (12-1) vs #1 Georgia (13-1) - 8 p.m. ESPN - Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

It’s an all SEC national title final after the two conference powerhouses Alabama and Georgia took care of Clemson and Oklahoma. Alabama avenged losing the national title last year to Clemson and shutdown the Tigers offense consistently to enter the national title game again. The Tide methodically followed their game plan of sound field position, good ball security and tough defense. They controlled the line of scrimmage throughout and played flawlessly to stay in command from their opening score. It’s the same formula that the Crimson Tide has historically used to consistently win, especially in big game situations. It worked again and they are back in the national championship despite not playing in the SEC title game.

College Football Semi Final Playoffs
#3 Georgia 54 #2 Oklahoma 48
#4 Alabama 23 #1 Clemson 6

Photo - QB Baker Mayfield - Oklahoma

Georgia made an amazing comeback vs Oklahoma to overcome a game long deficit. Freshman QB Jake Fromm had a super clutch performance to makeup for another incredible effort by Heisman Trophy winner QB Baker Mayfield to win in double OT. The Bulldogs’ ground game was once again a dominant factor with seniors Nick Chubb and Sony Michele both pounding the ball, in addition to big plays. They kept Mayfield and the potent Sooner offense on the sidelines nicely through the second half of the game. Mayfield was unstoppable with laser like accuracy and keen decision making. This game can go instant classic off numerous clutch big plays. The Sooner defense must take the blame here as they failed to play sound defense in any respect. Poor tackling allowed Georgia to keep every drive alive and cut the margin to a one score game.

Both clubs, Alabama and Georgia enter the national title game with one loss. The only undefeated team in the nation is Central Florida who beat Auburn on New Years’ day. Ironically, Auburn beat both Alabama and Georgia during the regular season. They lost to Georgia in the SEC title game, which knocked them out of the top four clubs and semi-finals. Central Florida is one of the great stories of the year. HC Scott Frost remained with the club through the bowl season, despite signing as the new Nebraska coach in December. Frost was a star QB and safety there in the ‘90s and an ideal fit for the Cornhuskers who hopes to rebuild their program under Frost’s direction. The UCF perfect performance will bring shouts of a new 8 team playoff system, similar to when TCU was excluded a few years ago despite an unblemished record.

NFL Draft 2018 First Round Order - Cleveland Holds Two #1 Choices

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NFL Draft 2018 - The Browns are ‘On the Clock’!
Cleveland Holds Two #1 Choices in the Top Four Overall Selections

Once again, the Cleveland Browns are On the Clock with the first overall selection for the NFL Draft 2018. On Sunday they tied the Detroit Lions (2008) as the only teams to go 0-16 during the regular season with a loss to the Steelers. It marks the second consecutive year the Browns earned the top overall draft choice. The last team to accomplish this was the… Cleveland Browns in 1999 and 2000 during their early expansion years. Not much as changed in almost 20 years. The Browns are just the 5th team to earn this back to back year accomplishment. They have been one of the worst teams in recent memory in all major sports with ongoing poor results despite or because of a constant turnover in their front office and coaching staffs. Their draft decisions have been atrocious with several trades out of the top early selections, especially passing on a chance of either QBs, Carson Wentz or Jared Goff just two years ago. Head coach Hue Jackson completed his second season this weekend after going 1-15 last season. His 1-31 two-year record stands by itself as one of the worst in NFL history. Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has stated Jackson will return for 2018 season. “I don’t think Hue has lost his magic.”

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The Browns are in position to make major strides this April. In addition to the top overall pick, they also hold the Houston Texans #1 choice, the 4th overall selection. Rarely does a club hold two #1 picks let alone two in the top four overall choices. The Browns also hold three #2 picks, one #3 and two #4 selections, a boatload of top 100 draft choices to address several major need areas. New GM John Dorsey came aboard midseason 2017 and has had a few months to evaluate the current roster, in addition to their salary cap. He is in position to bolster a decent roster that has some young players in place, though needs players in key positions and leadership roles on both sides of the ball. The Browns upcoming decisions in both veteran Free Agency and the NFL Draft 2018 will dictate the movement of many players this offseason especially among the premier selections. The top 5-10 draft selections have been highly coveted with premier players especially QBs available and this year is as strong as any in recent memory. Clubs at the top will entertain a few huge offers to move up with the top three QBs, Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold and Josh Allen, all considered franchise caliber NFL starters.

Playoffs - Conference & Super Bowl games determine final 12 positions
x - division winner y - playoff berth

# Team / W-L / Opp W-L %
1 Cleveland - 0-16 .520
2 NY Giants - 3-13 .531
3 Indianapolis - 4-12 .480
4 Cleveland (Houston) - 4-12 .516
5 Denver - 5-11 .492
6 NY Jets - 5-11 .520
7 Tampa Bay - 5-11 .555
8 Chicago - 5-11 .559
9 San Francisco - 6-10 .512
10 Oakland - 6-10 .512
11 Miami - 6-10 .543
12 Cincinnati - 7-9 .465
13 Washington - 7-9 .539
14 Green Bay - 7-9 .539
15 Arizona - 8-8 .488
16 Baltimore - 9-7 .441
17 LA Chargers - 9-7 .457
18 Seattle - 9-7 .492
19 Dallas - 9-7 .496
20 Detroit - 9-7 .496
21 y Tennessee - 9-7 .434
22 y Buffalo - 9-7 .492
23 x Jacksonville - 10-6 .434
24 Buffalo (x Kansas City) - 10-6 .492
25 y Atlanta - 10-6 .543
26 x LA Rams - 11-5 .504
27 x New Orleans - 11-5 .535
28 y Carolina - 11-5 .539
29 x Pittsburgh - 13-3 .453
30 x Philadelphia - 13-3 .461
31 x New England - 13-3 .484
32 x Minnesota - 13-3 .492

Team tie-breaking procedure for the NFL Draft
If two or more clubs are tied in the selection order, the strength-of-schedule tie breaker is applied, subject to the following exceptions for playoff clubs: The Super Bowl winner is last and the Super Bowl loser next-to-last. Any non-Super Bowl playoff club involved in a tie shall be assigned priority within its segment below that of non-playoff clubs and in the order that the playoff clubs exited from the playoffs. Within a tied segment a playoff club that loses in the Wild-Card game will have priority over a playoff club that loses in the Divisional playoff game that in turn will have priority over a club that loses in the Conference Championship game. If two tied clubs exited the playoffs in the same round, the tie is broken by strength of schedule. If any ties cannot be broken by strength of schedule, the divisional or conference tie breakers, when applicable, are applied. Any ties that still exist are broken by a coin flip.

Saints' RB Alvin Kamara - Draft Insiders' 2017 Yearbook Scouting Report

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Saints' Rookie RB Alvin Kamara -
Draft Insiders' 2017 Yearbook Scouting Report

NFL Rookie Report – NFL Draft 2017
Saints Running back Alvin Kamara #41

Alvin Kamara has totalted 111 carries for 7.4 touches per game for 684 yards and 6.2 yard average with 7 TDs and just 1 fumble. He also added 75 receptions for 742 yards and 5 TDs as one of the most versatile backs in the NFL. His numbers come as the 1A type back behind veteran Mark Ingram who has rushed for 1089 yards on 217 carries and 12 TDs with 1 game to go. The Saints ground game has been awesome throughout the 2017 season with both inside power and big play impact. Kamara has given veteran QB Drew Brees a playmaker in a few roles which has opened up this down the field passing game. Saints look to clinch the NFC South title with a victory in Tampa this Sunday.

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Photo - RB Alvin Kamara - Saints

Draft Insiders' 2017 Yearbook Scouting Report - March, 2017
* Alvin Kamara #6 - 5-10, 215, Tennessee - Sp. 4.55 Rating 86 - Hindu Theory: Lamar Miller

Talented multi-dimensional all around back has been an impact performer for the Vols the past two seasons following a JC stay after transferring from Alabama. Earned SEC honors in 2016 after an excellent overall performance. Tough natural runner shows very quick feet with good size and speed to be an NFL feature back. Runs with a wiggle and able to string multiple moves together. Gets to top speed quickly, though must learn to adjust his speed and change gears better to avoid tacklers. On the 2nd level, he has a burst to run away from most defenders. Displays decent lower body power and is able to make consistent yardage after contact. Keeps his pad level down, and will run over 2nd level defenders. Fast developing receiver comes out of the backfield quickly into his routes. Shows reliable hands and capable of making the tough catch. In space, he knows what to do with the ball and shows the burst to take the play the distance. Very effective on screens and wheel routes with the ability to sit in holes and get free as a check down option. Displayed the ability to run inside and outside, though not a physical downhill power back between the tackles. As a pass blocker, he's alert, aware and competent at picking up the blitz. Keeps his feet well and shows exceptional balance and functional strength. Explosive when he sees a crease and is capable of ripping off huge yardage at times. Knows situational football, aware of down and distance and where the 1st down markers are to keep drives alive. Versatile talent to give an offense a unique weapon to command special attention in every situation.
The Numbers: As a junior in 2016, he shared time with Jalen Hurd and played in 11 games and rushed for 596 yards on 103 carries for a 5.8 yard average and 9 TDs. He caught 40 passes for 392 yards and 4 TDs. As a sophomore, he rushed for 698 yards on 107 carries for a 6.5 average and 7 TDs. He caught 34 passes for 291 yards and 3 TDs. Over his short career, he rushed for 1294 yards on 210 carries for 6.2 yard average with 16 rushing TDs and 74 catches with 7 TDs. At the NFL Combine, he came in at 5’10” and 214 lbs. and ran a 4.56 time. He did 15 reps and added a 39.5” VL and 10’ 11” BJ. At the Vols’ pro day, he looked sharp in drills, catching everything and looking smooth in his routes.
The Skinny: Natural runner and receiver with good speed to change games. Nice combination of speed, power and cutting skills. Combines the size, quickness and strength to get into the end zone. Well-rounded with the suddenness to get outside and make the corner with the burst to hit the home run. Rising talent probably goes in the top 50-60 prospects and capable of being a quality feature back similar to Lamar Miller in size, style and speed. Fine early round addition with starting talent to be a three down back, though more a 1A type.
Draft Projection: 2nd Round

Review - June 2017
RB Kamara is a solid versatile playmaker who can fill a few key roles. He runs inside and outside and is a high-level receiver and returner. His presence along with vet Adrian Peterson might make veteran Mark Ingram expendable this year. This backfield becomes the deepest in the game.

NFL Power Poll – Eagles and Patriots Rule Conferences

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NFL Power Poll – Eagles & Patriots Rule Conferences
NFC South Bids for Three Playoff Berths

Team of the Week – New Orleans Saints

Players of the Week
Offense - RB Todd Gurley - Rams
Defense - DE Marquis Flowers - Patriots

Rookie of Week - RB Kareem Hunt - Chiefs

Photo - RB Kareem Hunt - Chiefs
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Game of Week #17 – Carolina Panthers (11-4) at Atlanta Falcons (9-6)
NFC South Matchup with Divisional Title and NFC Home Field Advantage on the line

NFL Ranking /Record /Team
#1- 13-2 Eagles
Eagles won despite a subpar performance by QB Nick Foles. Earned home field advantage thru NFC postseason.
#2 - 12-3 Patriots
Pats just do not beat themselves. Hold home field advantage thru AFC playoffs.
#3 - 12-3 Steelers
Steelers’ get a bye week, but will have to go through New England to win the AFC title.
#4 - 11-4 Rams
Rams’ edged out the Titans last week to clinch their first NFC West division title since 2003.
#5 - 12-3 Vikings
Vikings shutout the Rodgersless Packers. They earned NFC North title with win.
#6 - 11-4 Saints
Saints’ have met every challenge and play for NFC South title with trip to Tampa.
#7 - 11-4 Panthers
Panthers travel to Atlanta that will decide NFC South title and wild card clubs.
#8 - 9-6 Chiefs
Chiefs jumped on the Dolphins to win the AFC West title. It earned them back to back divisional titles for the first time in franchise history.
#9 - 9-6 Falcons
Falcons failed vs the Saints. Host the Panthers this week in a must win situation for a wild card berth.
#10 - 10-5 Jaguars
Jaguars’ failed to stop the 49ers in big situations. Clinched AFC South title nevertheless. Close with matchup with Titans.
#11 - 9-6 Ravens
Ravens win the final wild card berth with a win or tie vs the Bengals or a loss or tie by Bills or Titans.
#12 - 9-6 Seahawks
Seahawks beat the Cowboys to stay alive for final wild card, though they need help with a Falcons loss or tie.
#13 - 8-7 Chargers
Chargers host the Raiders in a must win situation, though they need help to extend their season.
#14 - 8-7 Titans
Titans lost another heartbreaker in the last minutes to the Rams. They can still earn wild card with a win at home vs the Jaguars.
#15 - 8-7 Cowboys
The overrated Cowboys lost to the Seahawks to get eliminated from the playoffs.
#16 - 8-7 Lions
Lions lost to the lowly Bengals which eliminated them from the playoffs in an erratic disappointing performance.
#17 - 8-7 Bills
Bills came up short vs the Patriots, but still alive to end their 17 year playoff drought vs the Dolphins.
#18 - 7-8 Redskins
Redskins beat the hapless Broncos behind a strong effort by QB Kirk Cousins.
#19 - 7-8 Packers
Packers were shut out without QB Aaron Rodgers and face key offseason decisions on personnel.
#20 - 7-8 Cardinals
Cardinals shut out the pathetic Giants in a meaningless game for both clubs.
#21 - 6-9 Dolphins
Dolphins did not show up in key game vs the Chiefs. Look for big turnover this offseason.
#22 - 6-9 Raiders
Raiders failed to play with urgency again vs the Eagles. Many veterans playing their last Raider game this week.
#23 - 6-9 Bengals
Bengals win their last home game under HC Marvin Lewis who never won a postseason game with Cinny.
#24 - 5-10 49ers
The 49ers bombed the tough Jaguars behind hot new veteran QB Jimmy Garoppolo. San Fran is in place for a big run in 2018.
#25 - 5-10 Jets
Jets offense continues their disappointing performance with games on the line. In search for playmakers to become a contender.
#26 - 5-10 Broncos
Broncos will play young QB Paxton Lynch this week with Chiefs coming to Mile High.
#27 - 5-10 Bears
The Bears beat the Browns behind emerging rookie QB Mitchell Trubisky. May be last home game for HC John Fox.
#28 - 4-11 Texans
Texans were slammed by Pittsburgh. Club never recovered from losses of JJ Watt and Deshaun Watson.
#29 - 4-11 Bucs
Bucs pushed the Panthers to the limit but failed late to hold a slim lead. Top 5-8 pick can give this club a boost.
#30 - 3-12 Colts
Colts need a major overhaul to get into contention. Future health of QB Andrew Luck remains a mystery.
#31 - 2-13 Giants
Giants finishing their worst season in decades with key questions related to QB Eli Manning this offseason.
#32 - 0-15 Browns
Browns travel to Pittsburgh with a perfect 0-16 season in the balance. Two picks in top 5 selections this April.

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NFL Draft 2018 Selection Order - The Browns are ‘On the Clock’!

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NFL Draft 2018 Selection Order - The Browns are ‘On the Clock’!

Once again, the Cleveland Browns are On the Clock for the NFL Draft 2018 with the first overall selection. It marks the second consecutive year the Browns earned the top overall draft choice. The last team to accomplish this was the… Cleveland Browns in 1999 and 2000 during their early expansion years. Not much as changed in almost 20 years. The Browns are just the 5th team to earn this back to back year accomplishment. They have been one of the worst teams in recent memory in all major sports with ongoing poor results despite a constant turnover in their front office and coaching staffs. Their draft decisions have beem atrocious with several trades out of the top early selections, especially passing on a chance of either QBs, Carson Wentz or Jared Goff just two years ago. This Sunday they can tie the Detroit Lions as the only teams to go 0-16 during the regular season with a loss to the Steelers. Head coach Hue Jackson will complete his second season this weekend after going 1-15 last season. His 1-30 two-year record stands by itself as one of the worst in NFL history.

Photo - QB Sam Darnold - Southern Cal

The Browns are in position to make major strides this April. In addition to the top overall pick, they also hold the Houston Texans #1 choice, currently the 4th overall selection. Rarely does a club hold two #1 picks let alone two in the top five overall choices. The Browns also hold three #2 picks, one #3 and two #4 selections, a boatload of top 100 draft choices to address several major need areas. New GM John Dorsey came aboard midseason 2017 and has had a few months to evaluate the current roster, in addition to their salary cap. He is in position to bolster a decent roster that has some young players in place, though needs players in key positions and leadership roles on both sides of the ball. The Browns upcoming decisions in both veteran Free Agency and the NFL Draft 2018 will dictate the movement of many players this offseason especially among the premier selections.

Playoffs - Conference & Super Bowl games determine final positions
x - division winner y - playoff berth

First Round
# / Team / W-L / Opp W-L %

1 Cleveland 0-15 .517
2 NY Giants 2-13 .533
3 Indianapolis 3-12 .483
4 Cleveland (Houston) 4-11 .508
5 Tampa Bay 4-11 .558
6 Denver 5-10 .483
7 San Francisco 5-10 .521
8 NY Jets 5-10 .521
9 Chicago 5-10 .558
10 Cincinnati 6-9 .467
11 Oakland 6-9 .508
12 Miami 6-9 .542
13 Arizona 7-8 .488
14 Washington 7-8 .538
15 Green Bay 7-8 .538
16 LA Chargers 8-7 .463
17 Buffalo 8-7 .492
18 Detroit 8-7 .496
19 Dallas 8-7 .500
20 Seattle 9-6 .488
21 Tennessee 8-7 .438
22 Baltimore 9-6 .438
23 Buffalo (x Kan City) 9-6 .479
24 Atlanta 9-6 .550
25 x Jacksonville 10-5 .425
26 x LA Rams 11-4 .500
27 y Carolina 11-4 .538
28 y New Orleans 11-4 .538
29 x Minnesota 12-3 .500
30 x Pittsburgh 12-3 .450
31 x New England 12-3 .488
32 x Philadelphia 13-2 .458

Team tie-breaking procedure for the NFL Draft

If two or more clubs are tied in the selection order, the strength-of-schedule tie breaker is applied, subject to the following exceptions for playoff clubs: The Super Bowl winner is last and the Super Bowl loser next-to-last. Any non-Super Bowl playoff club involved in a tie shall be assigned priority within its segment below that of non-playoff clubs and in the order that the playoff clubs exited from the playoffs. Within a tied segment a playoff club that loses in the Wild-Card game will have priority over a playoff club that loses in the Divisional playoff game that in turn will have priority over a club that loses in the Conference Championship game. If two tied clubs exited the playoffs in the same round, the tie is broken by strength of schedule. If any ties cannot be broken by strength of schedule, the divisional or conference tie breakers, when applicable, are applied. Any ties that still exist are broken by a coin flip.

College Bowl Schedule – CFP Matchups - Top 25 Team Matchups

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College Football Playoff schedule
Jan. 1 – Semi-final Matchups

Here is the 2017-18 college playoff lineup and College football playoff rankings. This week provides many top 25 teams with countless quality pro prospects for the NFL Draft 2018.

College Football Playoff at the Rose Bowl Game
#3 Georgia vs. #2 Oklahoma

5 p.m., ESPN
Rose Bowl - Pasadena, California

College Football Playoff at the Sugar Bowl
#4 Alabama vs. #1 Clemson

8:45 p.m., ESPN
Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans

Photo - QB Josh Rosen – UCLA

Jan. 8
College Football Playoff National Championship

8 p.m. ESPN
Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

College Bowl Schedule – 2017-2018
Dec. 16-25 Results
25 Boise State (11-3) 38 Oregon (7-6) 28
Troy (11-2) 50 North Texas (9-5) 30
Georgia State (7-5) 27 Western Kentucky (6-7) 17
Marshall (8-5) 31 Colorado State (7-6) 28
Middle Tennessee (7-6) 35 Arkansas State (7-5) 30
N.C. A&T 21 Grambling St. 14
Florida Atlantic 50 Akron 3
Louisiana Tech 51 vs. SMU 10
Temple 28 Florida International 3
Ohio 41 UAB 6
Wyoming 37 Central Michigan 14
South Florida 38 Texas Tech 34
Army 42 San Diego State 35
Appalachian State 34 Toledo 0
Fresno State 33 Houston 27

Dec. 26
Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl
Utah vs. West Virginia
1:30 p.m., ESPN
Cotton Bowl - Dallas

Quick Lane Bowl
Duke vs. Northern Illinois
5:15 p.m., ESPN
Ford Field - Detroit

Cactus Bowl
Kansas State vs. UCLA
9 p.m., ESPN
Chase Field - Phoenix

Dec. 27
Walk-On's Independence Bowl
Southern Miss vs. Florida State
1:30 p.m., ESPN
Independence Stadium - Shreveport, Louisiana

New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Iowa vs. Boston College
5:15 p.m., ESPN
Yankee Stadium - New York

Foster Farms Bowl
Arizona vs. Purdue
8:30 p.m., FOX
Levi's Stadium - Santa Clara, California

Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl
Texas vs. Missouri
9 p.m., ESPN
NRG Stadium - Houston

Dec. 28
Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
Virginia vs. Navy
1:30 p.m. ESPN
Jack Stephens Field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
Annapolis, Maryland

Camping World Bowl
No. 22 Virginia Tech vs. No. 19 Oklahoma State
5:15 p.m., ESPN
Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Florida

Valero Alamo Bowl
No. 13 Stanford vs. No. 15 TCU
9 p.m., ESPN
Alamodome - San Antonio, Texas

San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl
No. 18 Washington State vs. No. 16 Michigan State
9 p.m., FOX
Qualcomm Stadium - San Diego

Dec. 29
Belk Bowl
Wake Forest vs. Texas A&M
1 p.m. ESPN
Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, North Carolina

Hyundai Sun Bowl
No. 24 NC State vs. Arizona State
3 p.m., CBS
Sun Bowl - El Paso, Texas

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
Kentucky vs. No. 21 Northwestern
4:30 p.m., ESPN
Nissan Stadium - Nashville, Tennessee

NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl
Utah State vs. New Mexico State
5:30 p.m., CBSSN
Arizona Stadium - Tucson, Arizona

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic
No. 8 USC vs. No. 5 Ohio State
8:30 p.m., ESPN
AT&T Stadium - Arlington, Texas

Dec. 30
TaxSlayer Bowl
Louisville vs. No. 23 Mississippi State
Noon, ESPN
EverBank Field - Jacksonville, Florida

AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Iowa State vs. No. 20 Memphis
12:30 p.m., ABC
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium - Memphis, Tennessee

PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
No. 11 Washington vs. No. 9 Penn State
4 p.m., ESPN
University of Phoenix Stadium - Glendale, Arizona

Capital One Orange Bowl
No. 10 Miami vs. No. 6 Wisconsin
8 p.m., ESPN
Hard Rock Stadium - Miami Gardens, Florida

Jan. 1
Outback Bowl
Michigan vs. South Carolina
Noon, ESPN2
Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
No. 12 UCF vs. No. 7 Auburn
12:30 p.m., ESPN
Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta

Citrus Bowl Presented by Overton's
No. 14 Notre Dame vs. No. 17 LSU
1 p.m., ABC
Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Florida

Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2018 - Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

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Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2018
late December 2017 Rankings
* Underclassmen - True Juniors, 4th year Juniors & 3rd year Sophomores

Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2018 – Top Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

Photo - Mark Andrews - Oklahoma

St. Brown, Sutton, Kirk and Ridley Head Young Group of Receivers
Wide Receivers

1 * Equanimeous St. Brown – Notre Dame
2 * Courtland Sutton – Southern Methodist
3 * Christian Kirk – Texas A&M
4 * Calvin Ridley – Alabama
5 James Washington – Oklahoma State
6 Anthony Miller – Memphis
7 D.J. Chark – LSU
8 Michael Gallup – Colorado State
9 Allen Lazard – Iowa State
10 * Deon Cain – Clemson
11 * Parris Campbell – Ohio State
12 Dante Pettis – Washington
13 * Simmie Cobbs – Indiana
14 Cedrick Wilson – Boise State
15 * D.J. Moore – Maryland

Andrews, Gesicki, Goedert & Thomas Emerging as Top Tight Ends
Tight Ends

1 * Mark Andrews – Oklahoma
2 Mike Gesicki – Penn State
3 Dallas Goedert – South Dakota State
4 Ian Thomas - Indiana
5 * Dalton Schultz – Stanford
6 Troy Fumagalli – Wisconsin
7 * Hayden Hurst – South Carolina
8 Adam Breneman – Massachusetts
9 * Alize Mack – Notre Dame
10 * C.J. Conrad – Kentucky
11 Deandre Goolsby – Florida
12 Christopher Herndon – Miami
13 Durham Smythe – Notre Dame
14 Marcus Baugh – Ohio State
15 David Wells – San Diego State

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