#CFBrank, 2016: 100-91

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How did we rank the players?
We asked 32 of ESPN's college football writers, editors and analysts to rate players on a scale of 0-10 based on their on their expected contributions for the 2016 season.

90-81 | 80-71 | 70-61 | 60-51 | 50-41 | 40-31 | 30-21 | 20-11 | 10-1

Damien Mama
USC Trojans
Junior | Guard
Score:  6.72

At 6-foot-4, 325 pounds, Mama is a force on the Trojans' offensive line. His 17 career starts are going to be huge for USC this season as the Trojans work in a new quarterback and look to get back to their power run game.

Isaiah Ford
Virginia Tech Hokies
Junior | Wide Receiver
Score: 6.73

One of the top returning receivers in the ACC, Ford became the first 1,000-yard receiver in school history in 2015 and also set single-season school records for receptions (75) and touchdowns (11). With an offense-minded coach who likes to spread the ball around in Justin Fuente, Ford will have a shot at breaking all his marks this season.

Marquez White
Florida State Seminoles
Senior | Defensive Back
Score: 6.83

Jalen Ramsey overshadowed White last season, but White excelled at cornerback alongside the future top-five pick. Since dropping basketball and focusing solely on football, White's developed into one of the ACC's best defensive backs. He'll earn more of a spotlight this season.

Riley Bullough
Michigan State 
Senior | Linebacker
Score: 6.87

Bullough adds a new layer of sideline-to-sideline speed to his family's long legacy of hardnosed heavy hitters in East Lansing. He's the undisputed leader of a defense that might end up having one of the best linebacker groups in the country this season.

Shock Linwood
Baylor Bears
Senior | Running Back
Score: 6.88

Linwood should go down as the most prolific running back in school history. He'll shatter the Baylor career rushing record this fall, needing only 204 yards to take the No. 1 spot. Linwood brings a potent mix of power, breakaway speed and consistency (6.8 yards per rush last season) to an already explosive offense.

Sony Michel
Georgia Bulldogs
Junior | Running Back
Score: 6.89

We made this pick before Michel broke his forearm in an ATV crash, potentially forcing him to miss a game or two early in the season. One of the SEC's most versatile backs, he rushed for 1,161 yards in Nick Chubb's absence and caught 26 passes for 270 yards in 2015.

Orlando Brown
Oklahoma Sooners
Sophomore | Tackle
Score: 6.90

The redshirt sophomore is just tapping into how good he can be after a strong debut season. He started all 13 games in 2015 and should be even better in 2016 with a year of experience under his belt. His combination of length, strength and athleticism makes him one of the freakiest athletes in the Big 12.

Jake Browning
Washington Huskies
Sophomore | Quarterback
Score: 6.93

Though Huskies coach Chris Petersen doesn't like comparing players, he admits that Browning reminds him of Kellen Moore, his former All-American QB at Boise State. As a true freshman, Browning passed for 2,955 yards and 16 touchdowns, playing better as the season progressed. A cerebral player with good accuracy, he's a big reason many believe Washington is headed for a Pac-12 breakthrough in Petersen's third season.

Sidney Jones
Washington Huskies
Junior  | Defensive Back
Score: 6.96

Though he's not the most well-known player on Washington's roster, Jones is the most irreplaceable player in the Huskies' defensive rotation. He keeps his side so locked down that coaches know they don't have to worry about anything happening over there. Jones finished the 2015 season with four interceptions (returned 125 yards, one touchdown), three forced fumbles, 10 pass break ups and 14 passes defended.

Corey Clement
Wisconsin Badgers
Senior | Running Back
Score: 6.97

Clement's junior campaign sputtered from the start and never fully recovered. He suffered a sports hernia injury in the season opener, missed two months and fell far short of his goal to rush for 2,000 yards. But he's fully healthy now, with a deep running back group and a more experienced offensive line unit. If he can remain on the field, expect to see him among the Big Ten's rushing leaders all season.

90-81 | 80-71 | 70-61 | 60-51 | 50-41 | 40-31 | 30-21 | 20-11 | 10-1

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