We’re now four weeks into the college football season, which means we’ve had a decent sample size of games to evaluate and judge the sport’s top potential NFL prospects.
We’ve already seen highly touted preseason stars such as USC QB Matt Barkley, Virginia Tech QB Logan Thomas, Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson and Wisconsin running back Montee Ball all falter and disappoint.
However, we’ve also seen plenty of players such as West Virginia QB Geno Smith, Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell and Florida State defensive end Bjoern Werner step up and shine early in the season.
There's still a solid seven months before the actual 2013 NFL draft. A lot will surely change as the process unfolds and certain players see their stock rise and fall.
Already, though, it’s starting to become clear which players are destined to become high draft picks next April.
Here’s a look at how college football’s top 100 prospects for the 2013 NFL draft stack up after four weeks.