Who could be the best candidates out of the rookie class from the 2015 NFL Draft for next year's version though?
"Dante Fowler Jr. going to the Jacksonville Jaguars is going to have a lot of opportunities to make plays like Khalil Mack did last year," NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah said. "Mack didn't put up big sack numbers but he dominated because he was a complete linebacker. I think we see the same thing from Dante Fowler Jr."
Fowler headlined a strong group of edge rushers in this year's draft class, and lands in a great spot to get after the quarterback in Jacksonville by playing for coach Gus Bradley and company. The former Florida star will likely get plenty of chances to make a play early on given that guys such as Sen'Derrick Marks and Jared Odrick will help take pressure off the blockers up front and allow Fowler to come in to go after the football.
That's not the only first-round pick who might wind up playing their way onto the "Top 100" list at year's end.
It's interesting that neither analyst went with an offensive player given how many quality prospects were drafted on that side of the ball. Either way, it will take quite a first-year campaign in order to crack the 2016 edition of the "Top 100" given just how stacked of a list it is each season.