What is #CFBrank? #CFBrank is the Twitter hashtag to use if you want to get involved in the discussion or just follow along.How did we rank the players? We asked 32 of ESPNs college football writers, editors and analysts to rate players on a scale of 0-10 based on their expected contributions for the 2016 season.100-91 | 90-81 |?80-71 |?70-61 | 60-51 |50-41 | 40-31 |30-21 | 20-11 | 10-1Jalen Tabor Florida Gators Junior | Cornerback Score: 8.45Despite the attention All-American Vernon Hargreaves III received last season, there are some around Floridas program who thought Tabor was better and much more consistent all year. Tabor snatched four interceptions in 2015, with two going back for touchdowns, and tied for first in the SEC with 18 passes defended.Jourdan Lewis Michigan Wolverines Senior | Cornerback Score: 8.46The senior cornerback might have been a first-round draft pick this spring after setting a school record for pass break-ups (22). Instead, hes back for an encore and his ability to blanket receivers in coverage could be the key to making Michigans blitz-happy defensive scheme work.Jamal Adams LSU Tigers Junior | Safety Score: 8.52Yet another LSU underclassman whose potential has turned pro scouts heads, Adams looks like a future first-round pick as he enters his junior season. Adams led the Tigers with four interceptions and 10 pass breakups last season, and will once again be a centerpiece of one of the nations top secondaries.Raekwon McMillan Ohio State Buckeyes Junior | Linebacker Score: 8.53The Buckeyes already viewed McMillan as the prototype at middle linebacker as far back as his recruitment. Last season, he started living up to that billing in his first full-time spot in that role, piling up tackles, becoming a vocal leader and laying the foundation to go down as the latest in a long line of stud linebackers from Ohio State.Derwin James Florida State Seminoles Sophomore | Defensive Back Score: 8.66As a true sophomore, James has established himself as one of the countrys elite players. Labeling him simply as a safety is unfair considering his star quality at cornerback, linebacker and even rush defensive end, too. The five-star talent is expected to leave Florida State as one of its best defensive backs ever.Jonathan Allen Alabama Crimson Tide Senior | Defensive End Score: 8.76Talk about your ideal 3-4 defensive end. Allens 6-foot-3, 294-pound frame is perfect for stopping the run. But his quickness, which resulted in three sacks of Mississippi States Dak Prescott last season, is underrated. A potential first-round pick last season, Allen returned to spearhead a D-line that could be even better at sacking the quarterback this year.Calvin Ridley Alabama Crimson Tide Sophomore | Wide Receiver Score: 8.83And we all thought Alabama would miss Amari Cooper and his Heisman-caliber numbers in 2014. Little did we know that a clone of Cooper -- nearly identical in size, speed and style -- was waiting in the wings. Ridley, who grew up in the same area of South Florida, was an instant-impact freshman last season, breaking the 1,000-yard receiving mark.JuJu Smith-Schuster USC Trojans Junior | Wide Receiver Score: 8.86Hes built in the prototypical matchup nightmare size: At 6-foot-2, 220 pounds, Smith-Schuster has proven to be a physical terror for small cornerbacks -- his stiff-arm prowess fills many highlight reels. But Smith-Schuster is also a fast and smooth route runner, and that turned into 89 catches, 1,454 yards, and 10 touchdowns last year.J.T. Barrett Ohio State Buckeyes Junior | Quarterback Score: 8.87His sophomore season might not have gone entirely as planned, but by the end of it, the dual-threat weapon was once again firmly in control of Ohio States vaunted attack and piling up touchdowns. Healthy and freed from a quarterback battle, hes poised for another record-breaking campaign.Nick Chubb Georgia Bulldogs Junior | Running Back Score: 8.90Despite suffering a horrific knee injury in the middle of last season, Chubbs rehab is reportedly way ahead of schedule. In two seasons, Chubb has rushed for 2,294 yards and 21 touchdowns. Chubbs 9.5 yards per carry outside of the tackles in 2015 was the second most in the Power 5.100-91 | 90-81 |?80-71 |?70-61 | 60-51 |50-41 | 40-31 |30-21 | 20-11 | 10-1Voters: Andrea Adelson, Edward Aschoff, Brian Bennett, Kyle Bonagura, David Ching, Heather Dinich, Matt Fortuna, Kevin Gemmell, David Hale, Travis Haney, Brock Huard, Chantel Jennings, Sharon Katz, Sam Khan Jr., David Lombardi, Chris Low, Tom Luginbill, Ivan Maisel, Ryan McGee, Erik McKinney, Ted Miller, Dan Murphy, Max Olson, Greg Ostendorf, Adam Rittenberg, Alex Scarborough, Jared Shanker, Mitch Sherman, Phil Steele, Jake Trotter, Tom VanHaaren, Austin Ward DJ Moore Youth Jersey . -- Running backs Darren McFadden and Rashad Jennings were back at practice for the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday despite being hampered by hamstring injuries. DJ Moore Jersey . -- Edmontons Val Sweeting is two wins away from a trip to Winnipeg to play in Canadas Road of the Rings in December. http://www.shoppanthersonline.us/panthers-ryan-kalil-blue-jersey/ . Instead of dwelling on the negative, Oates focused on what was good about the clubs recent play. It worked. Christian Miller Youth Jersey . -- The proud fathers huddled near the Dallas Stars dressing room, smiling, laughing and telling stories while wearing replica green sweaters of their sons team. Donte Jackson Womens Jersey . -- Mike Smith never saw his first NHL goal go in. Money was flowing in on the favored Cubs at Las Vegas sportsbooks in the hours leading up to Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday night in Cleveland.The Cubs are listed as small favorites, around -115, at most sportsbooks, with the underdog Cleveland Indians sitting at +105.Late Wednesday morning at sportsbook operator CG Technology, more than three times as much money had been bet on the Cubs as had been bet on the Indians.The money was 2-1 in favor of Chicago at MGMs sportsbooks, despite a $40,000 bet on the Indians placed Wednesday morning. The MGM, which fares much better overall with an Indians Game 7 win than with a Cubs victory, bumped up Clevelands odds to attract the bet, assistant manager Jeff Stoneback said.We still need the Indians, Stoneback added.The sentiment was echoed across Las Vegas.We took quite a bit of money on the Cubs, but I wouldnt say it was professional money, Bob Scucci, director of race and sports for Boyd Gaming in Las Vegas, said in an email. At Cubs -120, we are seeing the well-respected action on Cleveland.The sportsbooks at the Westgate and the Wynn also took early action on the Cubs, but the larger bets were expected to show up closer to the first pitch.Weve been taking huge five-figure bets on both sides the last couple of games, Wynn executive director Johnny Avello said. So where wee are right now doesnt mean much.ddddddddddddrailing the Indians three games to one before the series shifted back to Cleveland on Tuesday, the Cubs were +320 underdogs to win the World Series. William Hills Nevada sportsbook took 97 bets on Chicago at that point, the largest a $2,200 wager that would net $7,040.Two large World Series futures bets on Cleveland are also on the line at William Hill.On Feb. 24, someone placed a $5,000 bet on Cleveland to win the World Series at 30-1 odds. The bettor would net $150,000 with an Indians victory Wednesday night. On June 18, someone bet $10,000 on the Indians at 14-1 odds. That bettor would net $140,000 if Cleveland wins.The over/under on Game 7 has attracted lopsided action.The total opened at 7 (-120 under) Tuesday night, but was quickly bet down to 6.5, where it sat Wednesday afternoon.We have taken $310 on the over, CG Technology vice president of race and sports Jason Simbal said. And we have taken just over five figures on the under.Wednesday nights game matches Indians ace Corey Kluber against Cubs right-hander Kyle Hendricks. If the line holds with the Cubs favored, this will be only the fourth game this season that Kluber has been an underdog. ' ' '