Below you’ll find a running tally of the best players left on the draft board, according to Washington Post NFL draft analyst John Harris after the conclusion of Round 1.

Best Available Players

Note: Number to the left of each player represents his ranking in John Harris’s Top 50 prospects.

The Top 10 Players at Every Position
QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs | O-Linemen
DEs | CBs | LBs | Safeties | D-Linemen

22. DT Andrew Billings, Baylor – Up close, he looks like a bowlegged bowling ball, a fast moving bowling ball, even at 311 pounds. Like Rankins, he’s a ready made 4-3 “three-tech” but he could be a 3-4 one-gap nose tackle in a Wade Phillips-style defense as well. On his pro day, he was one of the last guys to the weight room. Why? He went to class first.

39. DE/DT Jon Bullard, Florida – He had a tremendous 2015 season, flashing quickness, strong hands and technique. His best fit might be as a 4-3 “three-technique” but he could flourish as a one gap 3-4 defensive end as well.

45. WR/ATH Braxton Miller, Ohio State – Find any way possible to get him the ball. He’s got a ways to go as a receiver, but there may not be a more dangerous ball-carrier in this draft class.

47. RB Devontae Booker, Utah – Even though he tore his meniscus late in the season, Booker is a dual-threat back, reminiscent of former Houston Texans star Arian Foster. He has great hands out of the backfield, like Foster, and also emulates his smooth running style.