Rivals.com College Football - Early look: NFL draft top 100 prospects 1. Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss Oher has a rare blend of size, athleticism and girth. He entered the 2008 NFL draft, then pulled out a few days later even though he was considered a first-round pick. New coach Houston Nutt is glad he stayed. This time around, Oher â€“ now a senior â€“ could be the first player taken in the draft. He is No. 1 on the Rivals.com list of the top 100 pro prospects and could be the second consecutive offensive tackle chosen No. 1 overall; the Miami Dolphins took Michigan's Jake Long with the No. 1 pick earlier this year. 2. Andre Smith *, OT, Alabama A massive tackle with great feet, in the mold of former first-round pick Shawn Andrews. 3. Matthew Stafford *, QB, Georgia The most natural pocket passer in the nation. He has a skill set similar to Carson Palmer's. 4. DeMarcus Granger *, DT, Oklahoma An explosive three-technique tackle who makes a living in the opponent's backfield. 5. Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech Displays a rare first step for his size. He can be an absolute terror off the edge with his combination of length and body control. 6. Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia A nimble tackle who re-directs well. He needs to add bulk and power to his lower half. 7. Michael Crabtree *, WR, Texas Tech The total package â€“ size, speed, burst and hands â€“ and is the best receiver prospect since Calvin Johnson. 8. Jeremy Maclin *, WR, Missouri Excellent size and speed, with the ability to break tackles. He is dangerous with the ball in his hands. 9. Vontae Davis *, CB, Illinois A rare athlete with fluid hips and burst out of his breaks. He's instinctive in man coverage. 10. Rey Maualuga, LB, USC He's a more physically dominant version of Seahawks MLB Lofa Tatupu, another former USC standout. 11. Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas Showcases an explosive first step off the edge, with the ability to dip and turn the corner consistently. 12. Knowshon Moreno *, RB, Georgia He is the most "natural" running back in the nation, with a combination of vision, quickness and balance. He has a good burst and a second gear. 13. Chris Wells *, RB, Ohio State A powerful back with a thick frame and quick feet. He can make a defender miss and churn out yards after contact. 14. James Laurinaitis, LB, Ohio State A fluid, athletic linebacker with a nose for the ball in both the pass and run game. 15. William Moore, FS, Missouri A physically well-built safety with the athleticism and body control to do it all. 16. Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas The best center prospect we have seen in the past five years. 17. Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State An instinctive corner with good range and ball skills in zone coverage, but he lacks a second gear. 18. Ricky Jean-Francois *, DT, LSU Was the quickest and most disruptive LSU defensive lineman in the national championship game last season and, yes, that includes Glenn Dorsey. 19. LeSean McCoy *, RB, Pittsburgh He has struggled running though tackles this year. He's not quite as instinctive as Knowshon Moreno but has excellent body control for his size and possesses a nice combination of quickness and strength. 20. Jermaine Cunningham *, DE, Florida A compact, powerful end with speed, power and change-of-direction skill on the edge.