1. Joey Bosa (Ohio State) | 6-foot-5, 269 pounds
2. Noah Spence (Eastern Kentucky) | 6-foot-2, 251 pounds
3. Leonard Floyd (Georgia) | 6-foot-6, 244 pounds
4. Shaq Lawson (Clemson) | 6-foot-3, 269 pounds
5. Kevin Dodd (Clemson) | 6-foot-5, 277 pounds
6. Emmanuel Ogbah (Oklahoma State) | 6-foot-4, 273 pounds
7. Kyler Fackrell (Utah State) | 6-foot-5, 245 pounds
8. Carl Nassib (Penn State) | 6-foot-7, 277 pounds
9. Shilique Calhoun (Michigan State) | 6-foot-4, 251 pounds
Calhoun is such a polarizing prospect and really jumped onto the scene as a sophomore. Many believed him to be a first-round lock before he was even draft eligible, but he failed to live up to the hype as a junior. He stepped it up his senior year, tallying double digit sacks (10.5) and 15 tackles for a loss. Calhoun isn't a very consistent speed rusher and his go-to is his inside club move. He can be a decent NFL starter if he continues to develop his skillset.
10. Jordan Jenkins (Georgia) | 6-foot-3, 259 pounds
Jenkins is nowhere near as athletic or long as his teammate, Leonard Floyd, but he is definitely the more polished and safer of the two. His high football IQ and understanding of the game is also a big plus, but his one-dimensional pass rushing style of relying on his strength plus his stiff hips and inability to bend around an edge gives him a low ceiling.