A Top X Per Position Ranking List allows you to easily create your own set of NFL Draft prospect rankings for any particular position you would like.
You are able to create an overall general description that will be posted at the top of your position rankings pages. This description can be up to 1,000 characters long. It is optional.
From there you may begin adding individual position lists. You start by selecting a position and a list of prospects for that position will be populated for you to manipulate.
To manipulate a ranking list, just drag the prospect you want to rank from the "Remaining Prospects" box on the left into the "Ranking Order" box on the right. The prospects will be listed in the order they appear, from top to bottom, first to last. Just drag them up and down to adjust their ranking position. Most prospects are listed under multiple positions.
Your rankings list can be as long as you want it. If you have only seen two players play at a specific position and want to rank just those two players, you can do that. You can rank as many prospects as you like, until the list of prospects available in the "Remaining Prospects" box runs out.
Each position ranking also has an optional description that will appear under your ranking list on the rankings pages. This may also be up to 1,000 characters in length at this time.
You can create many different types of position lists. Some may seem redundant. Would you like to do a specific position list or group position lists together? Try using just OLB for 43 outside linebackers in general. Want to be more specific? Try WLB (Weakside linebacker), SLB (Strongside linebacker) or both to represent OLB. You can also use both sets of lists at the same time. Try creating individual lists and supplement them with a combined overall.