[UPDATE] 2018 NFL Draft 3-4 DE Rankings — Top 25

The NFL Draft Bible continues to roll out our 2018 Big Board rankings with a look at this year’s prospects who could project as 3-4 defensive ends at the next level. These players generally can fit into various schemes and play different positions. Raheem Green of USC projects as a top 50 overall selection, while James Looney of California is coming off a strong pro day showing and could climb up draft boards. Ferris State defensive lineman Zach Sieler, who declared early, has a chance be the first Bulldogs player drafted in school history. Stay tuned for the latest NFL Draft buzz @NFLDraftBible

POSITIONAL RANKINGS

OFFENSE

QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | OG | C

DEFENSE

DT | 3-4 DE | 4-3 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | ST

3-4 DEFENSIVE ENDS

RK FIRST LAST SCHOOL PROJ REPORT AUDIO
1 Rasheem Green* USC 2
2 Da’Shawn Hand Alabama 2 LINK
3 Trenton Thompson Georgia 3
4 Tyquan Lewis Ohio State 4
5 Breeland Speaks* Mississippi 4
6 RJ McIntosh* Miami 5
7 James Looney (DE) California 5
8 Jalyn Holmes Ohio State 6
9 Zach Sieler Ferris State 7
10 Andrew Trumbetti Notre Dame 7
11 John Franklin-Myers Stephen F Austin 7
12 Matt Dickerson* UCLA UDFA
13 Jamiyes Pittman UCF UDFA
14 Christian LaCouture LSU UDFA
15 Mat Boesen Northwestern UDFA
16 JoJo Wicker* Arizona State UDFA
17 Gelen Robinson Purdue UDFA
18 Alec James Wisconsin UDFA
19 Gaelin Elmore ECU/Minnesota UDFA LINK LINK
20 Mike Love South Florida UDFA LINK
21 Bunmi Rotini Old Dominion UDFA
22 Jordan Baskerville Wagner UDFA
23 Jalen Wilkerson** Florida State UDFA
24 Conor Sheehy (DE) Wisconsin UDFA
25 Chikwe Obasih Wisconsin UDFA