Not sure if you guys check this site. It's a pretty good one and Scott's pretty well respected IMO, but I hate his mock drafts especially now because he has Stafford going to the Lions, but that hasn't been updated since Dec 15th.
Here's a recently updated draft ranking list.
It only list underclassmen that have declared. If you go to a specific position list, you can scroll down to the bottom to see underclassmen that have yet to declare or announce their return to school. Actually, I think they are all announced by now.
TOP 32 list, not a mock draft:
1. Matthew Stafford QB Georgia
Franchise signal caller with one of the strongest arms in football.
2. Aaron Curry OLB Wake Forest
Playmaker at the linebacker position with terrific size and speed.
3. Eugene Monroe OT Virginia
Follows Ferguson and Albert as the Cavs next great LT prospect.
4. Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio St.
Prototypical size and speed but will also hit and support the run.
5. Andre Smith OT Alabama
Very athletic and can be dominant but has some question marks.
6. Chris Wells RB Ohio St.
Big (6-1, 237), bruising runner with the ability to be a workhorse.
7. Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech
Prolific college pass catcher with all the tools except elite speed.
8. Mark Sanchez QB USC
Only started for one year but is more talented than Matt Leinart.
9. Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri
A explosive playmaker as a pass catcher, runner and return man.
10. Michael Oher OT Ole Miss
Terrific size along with great athleticism, quickness and strength.
11. Jason Smith OT Baylor
Athletic former tight end with the tools to protect the blind side.
12. Brian Orakpo DE Texas
Workout Warrior who could be a 4-3 DE or a 3-4 OLB in the pros.
13. Vontae Davis CB Illinois
Physical tools are first-rate but intangibles are a question mark.
14. Rey Maualuga ILB USC
Big, tough, nasty middle linebacker who can really lay the lumber.
15. James Laurinaitis ILB Ohio St.
Super instinctive and plays both the run and the pass effectively.
16. Knowshon Moreno RB Georgia
Average measurables but fantastic vision, patience and instincts.
17. Everette Brown DE Florida St.
Explosive pass rusher whose optimal fit may come as a 3-4 OLB.
18. Percy Harvin WR Florida
Undoubtedly a Top 10 talent but durability issues are a concern.
19. Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma St.
Timed speed's just average but an excellent all-around tight end.
20. Tyson Jackson DE L.S.U.
Isn't an elite pass rusher but will be a perfect fit in a 3-4 scheme.
21. B.J. Raji DT Boston College
Massive, powerful run-stuffer who will excel as a 3-4 nose tackle.
22. William Moore S Missouri
Big and extremely physical but also a ballhawk in the secondary.
23. LeSean McCoy RB Pittsburgh
Compact, productive runner with a burst who hits the hole hard.
24. Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland
Not many can match his amazing combination of size and speed.
25. Aaron Maybin DE Penn St.
Top pass rusher but vastly undersized and isn't ready physically.
26. D.J. Moore CB Vanderbilt
Athletic playmaker in the secondary and also a good return man.
27. Peria Jerry DT Ole Miss
Penetrator with top speed / quickness and outstanding strength.
28. Clint Sintim OLB Virginia
Big hitter who can rush the quarterback and drop into coverage.
29. Josh Freeman QB Kansas St.
Could move way up due to his size (6-6, 250) and arm strength.
30. Brandon LaFell WR L.S.U.
Another big, talented Tiger wideout in the mold of Dwayne Bowe.
31. Brian Cushing OLB USC
Tough, versatile 'backer but has really struggled to stay healthy.
32. Eben Britton OT Arizona
Emerging player who is effective as both a pass and run blocker.
My biggest fear is not only drafting a QB but drafting Mark Sanchez.