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With the NFL draft now less 40 days away, it's imperative for NFL teams to keep their position rankings as accurate and up to date as possible. The National Football Post is proud to present our latest updated position rankings.

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Mark Sanchez
(Scott Boehm/Getty)

Quarterback
1. Mark Sanchez
, USC
2. Matthew Stafford, Georgia
3. Josh Freeman, Kansas State
4. Pat White, West Virginia
5. Stephen McGee, Texas A&M
6. Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
7. John Parker Wilson, Alabama
8. Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State
9. Nate Davis, Ball State
10. Nathan Brown, Central Arkansas

Running back
1. Knowshon Moreno
, Georgia
2. Chris Wells, Ohio State
3. Shonn Greene, Iowa
4. Donald Brown, Connecticut
5. LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh
6. Andre Brown, North Carolina State
7. Jeremiah Johnson, Oregon
8. Rashad Jennings, Liberty
9. Glen Coffee, Alabama
10. Mike Goodson, Texas A&M

Fullback
1. Quinn Johnson
, LSU
2. Tony Fiammetta, Syracuse
3. Travis McCall, Alabama
4. Conredge Collins, Pittsburgh
5. Marquez Branson, Central Arkansas

Wide receiver
1. Michael Crabtree
, Texas Tech
2. Percy Harvin, Florida
3. Jeremy Maclin, Missouri
4. Hakeem Nicks, North Carolina
5. Darrius Heyward-Bey, Maryland
6. Kenny Britt, Rutgers
7. Juaquin Iglesias, Oklahoma
8. Derrick Williams, Penn State
9. Brian Robiskie, Ohio State
10. Mike Thomas, Arizona

Tight end
1. Shawn Nelson
, Southern Miss
2. Brandon Pettigrew, Oklahoma State
3. James Casey, Rice
4. Jared Cook, South Carolina
5. Chase Coffman, Missouri
6. Cornelius Ingram, Florida
7. Travis Beckum, Wisconsin
8. John Phillips, Virginia
9. Cameron Morrah, California
10. Davon Drew, East Carolina

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Eugene Monroe
(Kevin C. Cox/Getty)

Offensive tackle
1. Eugene Monroe
, Virginia
2. Jason Smith, Baylor
3. Andre Smith, Alabama
4. Michael Oher, Mississippi
5. William Beatty, Connecticut
6. Eben Britton, Arizona
7. Fenuki Tupou, Oregon
8. Jamon Meredith, South Carolina
9. Joel Bell, Furman
10. Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma

Offensive guard
1. Duke Robinson
, Oklahoma
2. Herman Johnson, LSU
3. Andy Levitre, Oregon State
4. Tyronne Green, Auburn
5. Trevor Canfield, Cincinnati
6. Cornelius Lewis, Tennessee State
7. T.J. Lang, Eastern Michigan
8. Kraig Urbik, Wisconsin
9. Seth Olsen, Iowa
10. Jaimie Thomas, Maryland

Center
1. Alex Mack
, California
2. Max Unger, Oregon
3. Eric Wood, Louisville
4. Antoine Caldwell, Alabama
5. Cecil Newton, Tennessee State
6. Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas
7. A.Q. Shipley, Penn, State
8. Alex Fletcher, Stanford
9. Blake Schlueter, TCU
10. Edwin Williams, Maryland

Defensive ends
1. Everette Brown
, Florida State
2. Brian Orakpo, Texas
3. Robert Ayers, Tennessee
4. Jarron Gilbert, San Jose State
5. Connor Barwin, Cincinnati
6. Tyson Jackson, LSU
7. David Veikune, Hawaii
8. Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech
9. Lawrence Sidbury Jr., Richmond
10. Paul Kruger, Utah

Defensive tackle
1. B.J. Raji
, Boston College
2. Peria Jerry, Mississippi
3. Ziggy Hood, Missouri
4. Sen,Derrick Marks, Auburn
5. Ron Brace, Boston College
6. Mitch King, Iowa
7. Fili Moala, USC
8. Dorell Scott, Clemson
9. Alex Magee, Purdue
10. Chris Baker, Hampton

Outside linebacker
1. Aaron Curry
, Wake Forest
2. Clay Matthews, USC
3. Aaron Maybin, Penn State
4. Brian Cushing, USC
5. Larry English, Northern Illinois
6. Clint Sintim, Virginia
7. Tyrone McKenzie, South Florida
8. Marcus Freeman, Ohio State
9. Victor Butler, Oregon State
10. Zack Follett, California

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Rey Maualuga
(Jeff Golden/Getty)

Inside linebacker
1. Rey Maualuga
, USC
2. James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
3. Frantz Joseph, Florida Atlantic
4. Scott McKillop, Pittsburgh
5. Gerald McRath, Southern Miss
6. Darry Beckwith, LSU
7. Jasper Brinkley, South Carolina
8. Antonio Appleby, Virginia
9. Worrell Williams, California
10. Dannell Ellerbe, Georgia

Cornerback
1. Malcolm Jenkins
, Ohio State
2. Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest
3. Darius Butler, Connecticut
4. D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt
5. Vontae Davis, Illinois
6. Asher Allen, Georgia
7. Coye Francies, San Jose State
8. Jairus Byrd, Oregon
9. Kevin Barnes, Maryland
10. Victor Harris, Virginia Tech

Free safety
1. Sean Smith
, Utah
2. Sherrod Martin, Troy
3. Louis Delmas, Western Michigan
4. Rashad Johnson, Alabama
5. Darcel McBath, Texas Tech
6. Derek Pegues, Mississippi State
7. David Bruton, Notre Dame
8. Brandon Underwood, Cincinnati
9. Curtis Taylor, LSU
10. Troy Nolan, Arizona State

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William Moore
(Jeff Golden/Getty)

Strong safety
1. William Moore
, Missouri
2. Patrick Chung, Oregon
3. Chip Vaughn, Wake Forest
4. Courtney Greene, Rutgers
5. Emanuel Cook, South Carolina
6. Michael Hamlin, Clemson
7. Otis Wiley, Michigan State
8. Trimane Goddard, North Carolina
9. Al Afalava, Oregon State
10. Keith Fitzhugh, Mississippi State

Special teams
1. (K/P) Louie Sakoda
, Utah
2. (LS) Jake Ingram, Hawaii
3. (P) Kevin Huber, Cincinnati
4. (K/P) Graham Gano, Florida State
5. (K) Jose Martinez, Texas-El Paso

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