#CFBRank 20-11

ESPN.com is ranking the top 100 players in college football. As the rankings are announced, you can also find them here on the pages of ESPN.com.

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 ESPN's college football writers and editors to rate players on a scale of 0-10 based on their expected contributions for this upcoming season.

20 Randy Gregory, Nebraska Cornhuskers

Score: 8.22

A freakish athlete, Gregory arrived out of junior college days before the start of practice last August and notched 10.5 sacks, the most ever by a first-year Nebraska defender. He played underweight but showed a burst from his position that was unmatched in the Big Ten.

19 Landon Collins, Alabama Crimson Tide

Score: 8.38

He didn't start out last season as a starter, but the former five-star prospect developed into a playmaking safety almost overnight, finishing his sophomore campaign with 69 tackles (four for loss), two interceptions, two quarterback hurries and two fumble recoveries.

18 Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M Aggies

Score: 8.41

After playing on the right side last season, Ogbuehi will follow in the footsteps of Jake Matthews and Luke Joeckel at Texas A&M, both first-round draft picks, and move to left tackle. Ogbuehi may be the most physically gifted of the three.

T-16 Andrus Peat, Stanford Cardinal

Score: 8.44

Peat has all the makings of a future NFL All-Pro left tackle and is the lone returning starter on the Cardinal's offensive line, which will feature five starters from the Class of 2012. The 6-foot-7, 312-pound junior will be one of the most physically dominant offensive linemen in the country.

T-16 Nelson Agholor, USC Trojans

Score: 8.44

Another in a long line of outstanding USC receivers, Agholor learned the game from Robert Woods and Marqise Lee. He was highly praised this past spring for his work ethic and should be in the hunt for the Biletnikoff Award by season's end. He is also a dangerous return man.

15 Myles Jack, UCLA Bruins

Score: 8.47

Jack's legend grew when he started running the football midway through the season, but he makes his living on the defensive side of the ball, where the Bruins plan on keeping him. Jack may see a few carries, but coach Jim Mora has insisted he's a linebacker through and through.

14 T.J. Yeldon, Alabama Crimson Tide

Score: 8.50

All the talk has been centered on his counterpart Derrick Henry this offseason, but Yeldon rushed for 1,235 yards last season and became the first back in school history to rush for at least 1,000 yards in his first two seasons.

13 Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida Gators

Score: 8.59

Only a sophomore, Hargreaves might be the nation's best cover corner. Last season, Hargreaves was an All-SEC and All-American performer after leading Florida with three interceptions and defending 14 passes, which ranked third in the SEC.

12 Brett Hundley, UCLA Bruins

Score: 8.69

Hundley passed on a chance at becoming a first-round pick to return to UCLA and has the potential to become the school's first Heisman Trophy winner since Gary Beban in 1967. His return also cemented the Bruins as a Pac-12 title contender.

11 Leonard Williams, USC Trojans

Score: 8.72

A dominant force on USC's defensive line, Williams is regarded by many as one of the top defensive linemen in the country and a likely first-round NFL draft pick. The 2013 All-American missed spring with a shoulder injury, but he should be 100 percent when the season starts.