Fullbacks: Final Position Rankings

2019 NFL Draft:  Top Ranked FBs

Wisconsin Badgers fullback Alec Ingold (45) breaks a long run during an college football game against the New Mexico Lobos. Photo by Dan Sanger/Icon Sportswire

1. Alec Ingold, Indiana, 6-2/248

Jim Nagy, who is the executive director of the Senior Bowl and spent 18 years in the NFL as a scout, tweeted that event organizers polled more than half the NFL teams about Ingold during the roster building process for the game.  “Ingold had a draftable grade from every club,” Nagy said. “Which is rare these days at the fullback position.”

2. Trevon Wesco, West Virginia, 6-4/270

Played tight-end, so he can block, run routes, and catch the ball. Was a WV all-state basketball player at Inwood H.S.

3. George Aston, Pittsburgh, 6-2/250

Aston takes a lot of pride in this strength and blocking ability. Has a little Jon Ritchie in him.

4. Darnell Woolfolk, Army, 5-9/240

Woolfolk was a battering-ram in Army’s triple option attack. He rushed for 2,297 yards and scored 37 touchdowns in his Army career.

5. Joe Protheroe, Cal-Poly, 6-0/230

Rushed for 4,721 yards and 35 touchdowns in his career. Averaged 5.0 yards per carry. Will transition to fullback at the next level.


  1. Kendrick Igbinoba, Adams State, 6-2/245
  2. Trayone Gray, Miami, 6-1/240
  3. Chandler Cox, Auburn, 6-1/240
  4. Brad May, Weber State, 5-11/235
  5. Winston Dimel, UTEP, 6-0/35
  6. Andre Stoddard, Wofford, 5-10/240
  7. Sam Seonbuchner, Iowa State, 6-2/230
  8.  Cal Daniels, Stony Brook, 6-2/255
  9. Malik Morris, California, 5-11/290
  10. Johnathan Vickers Florida State 6-1/241


Team Needs:

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The 2019 NFL Draft will be held Thursday-Saturday, April 25-27 in Nashville, Tenn.

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