As anticipation for Thursday night’s NFL Draft in Chicago builds, we know fans are in search of the latest player projections. To help ease the process, we enlisted a rising star in the industry. 

Camden Robbins is a 12-year-old Illinois native and big board wizard. He reached out via Twitter and gave us some insight into his “best available” before the first round begins. 

Here’s a look at the 12-year-old’s Top 12 prospects: 

1. Myles Jack - LB, UCLA

Jack is a flexible and fast player. Jack even played a little running back for the Bruins.

2. Laremy Tunsil - T, Mississippi  

Tunsil is the best offensive lineman in this draft. Tunsil has good hands. He also has good balance and footwork.

3. Joey Bosa - DE, Ohio State

Bosa is a very talented player. He is quick and strong. My favorite thing about him is his motor. He never quits. That is the mentality that can make you successful.

4. Jalen Ramsey - CB, Florida State


Ramsey is a flexible guy. Ramsey can play both cornerback and safety. The fact that he is both versatile and explosive makes him a threat.

5. Ezekiel Elliott - RB, Ohio State

Elliott is the best running back in this Draft. He is versatile and quick, but he will also block and catch the ball. Ezekiel Elliott is the complete package. 

6. DeForest Buckner - Oregon

Buckner is an athletic guy. NFL coaches will be pleased with his work ethic. He has loads of potential.

7. Josh Doctson - WR, TCU 

Doctson has good hands and run after the catch skills. He is also very competitive. Doctson’s injury worries some people, but people don't realize but that was a one-time injury. 

8. Carson Wentz - QB, North Dakota State      

Wentz is very athletic and a good player outside the pocket. He can't throw the deep ball consistently. In today's NFL, that is almost a skill you have to have. General managers don't want someone who can't make a long throw to tie or win a game. They want people who can throw the ball downfield accurately. 

9. Jared Goff - QB, California

Goff is not very good outside the pocket. He can't run like Paxton Lynch and Wentz. He can throw the deep ball, though. That may get some general managers over on his “side.” I still like him because of his throwing abilities. 

10. Vernon Hargreaves III - CB, Florida

Hargreaves has speed but he is short. Covering the likes of Dez Bryant and Alshon Jeffery would be hard matchups because of the size difference. He is short, but he is also strong. 

11. Leonard Floyd - DE/LB, Georgia

Floyd is tall and lanky. He has to put on more weight before the season. Floyd is the best off the edge. He’s very explosive. I am excited about Leonard Floyd’s potential. 

12. Darron Lee - LB, Ohio State

Lee has speed and instincts. He is a good tackler. He is a competitive player and has good potential at the next level. 


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