The scene is set. No. 1 Alabama will face No. 2 Clemson in a rematch of last January's national title game. The field will be littered with NFL Draft Prospects no matter who has the football. It's college football's best two teams. It's the NFL's last look at prospects until the postseason showcases later this month.
The Crimson Tide annually boast several high picks and this year is no different, with as many as six going in Round 1. Deshaun Watson leads the way for Clemson on the field, but is the Tigers' leader their top 2017 NFL Draft prospect?
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Here's a look at the top prospects in the national championship game projected to come off the board within the first three rounds.
Allen is in the mix to be the No. 1 overall pick, owned by the Cleveland Browns. Robinson currently is graded as the top offensive tackle and Watson has convinced a few draftniks he;s the No.1 quarterback. Most give Watson a first-round grade.
Mike Williams, Watson's favorite receiver, has a shot to be the top receiver selected and Alabama's defense figures to produce at least two and perhaps as many as four more first rounders, starting with Humphrey, among the top corners in the draft class.