If you have a way to project - with a formula - how players are going to grow (yes, certain assumptions must be made), then you can take the guesswork out of the "who will be better during their SR season" question.
Of one thing I'm certain - if the WE are as poor as everyone is saying they are, those players won't rank like this in their SR seasons:
#2, 3, 4, & 5 OL;
#1 & 2 DL;
#1 & 4 WR;
#1, 2 & 3 DB;
#1, 3 & 4 LB;
That's because it's very rare that the Top 1-3 players AS RECRUITS end up being the Top 1-3 players AS JR/SR. Even fairly substantial leads can be overcome with the right mix of WE/potential/practice/games-played.