Todd McShay returned to ESPN on Wednesday for an appearance on “Get Up” for the first time since he had a leave of absence in September to “focus on my health and my family.”

McShay also released his top 32 NFL Draft prospects, and discussed them on the morning program. He had 14 SEC players among his top 32 prospects.

McShay initially discussed whether the Philadelphia Eagles would move on from Jalen Hurts to Liberty’s Malik Willis, “who has emerged as the No. 1 clear cut quarterback in this year’s class, coming out of Liberty, I think they have to make that pick. He’s a bigger, mobile version. … I think he creates more and he’s more dynamic throwing the ball on the run, and throwing the ball down the field than Hurts has been in his first couple of years with the Eagles.”

McShay noted on the web site story that there’s still a ways to go.

Of course, there is still a lot of road ahead until the draft. Two more months of college play will be followed by showcase events, the scouting combine, interviews and pro days. But we are starting to get an idea of the talent that will be available to NFL teams when the clock starts ticking on Round 1 in April.

Here they are and how he has them ranked:

2. Derek Stingley Jr., LSU CB
3. Evan Neal, Alabama OT
7. Charles Cross, Mississippi State OT
9. DeMarvin Leal, Texas A&M DT
11. Kaiir Elam, Florida CB
13. Jordan Davis, Georgia DT
14. Nakobe Dean, Georgia ILB
18. Treylon Burks, Arkansas WR
19. Jalen Wydermeyer, Texas A&M TE
21. Matt Corral, Ole Miss QB
26. John Metchie III, Alabama WR
28. Jameson Williams, Alabama WR
29. Adam Anderson, Georgia LB
31. Roger McCreary, Auburn CB