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    Haven't really posted too much draft stuff this year, thought I'd post all my rankings and such though. Feel free to comment on anything, or post your own rankings, etc. I'll expand the top 50 into a top 100 before the draft. Also have the top 5 seniors and juniors for next year.

    1. Matthew Stafford Georgia
    2. Mark Sanchez USC
    3. Josh Freeman Kansas State
    4. Nate Davis Ball State
    5. Chris Crane Boston College
    6. Pat White WVU
    7. Rhett Bomar Sam Houston State
    8. Hunter Cantwell Louisville
    9. Cullen Harper Clemson
    10. Stephen McGee TAMU
    11. Graham Harrell Texas Tech
    12. Brian Hoyer Michigan State
    13. Mike Reilly Central Washington
    14. Nathan Brown Central Arkansas
    15. Chase Daniels Missouri
    16. Tom Brandstater Fresno State
    17. John Parker Wilson Alabama
    18. Rudy Carpenter Arizona State
    19. Brian Johnson Utah
    20. Curtis Painter Purdue
    21. Todd Boeckman OSU
    22. Sean Glennon Virginia Tech
    23. Chase Holbrook NMSU

    After the top guys I really don’t like anyone, the reason Chris Crane is so high is because in his very limited time he showed great tools and improved through out the year. I wouldn’t look at Crane before the 6th though. White as a player is much higher than Crane, just not as a QB.

    1. Knowshon Moreno Georgia
    2. Chris Wells Ohio State
    3. Donald Brown Connecticut
    4. LeSean McCoy Pittsburgh
    5. Andre Brown NC State
    6. Shonn Greene Iowa
    7. Glen Coffee Alabama
    8. James Davis Clemson
    9. Mike Goodson TAMU
    10. Cedric Peerman Virginia
    11. Rashad Jennings Liberty
    12. Javarris Williams Tennessee State
    13. Javon Ringer Michigan State
    14. Jeremiah Johnson Oregon
    15. Aaron Brown TCU
    16. Kory Sheets Purdue
    17. PJ Hill Wisconsin
    18. Arian Foster Tennessee
    19. Marlon Lucky Nebraska
    20. Ian Johnson Boise State
    21. Devin Moore Wyoming
    22. Gartrell Johnson Colorado State
    23. Marcus Thigpen Indiana
    24. Antone Smith FSU
    25. Brad Lester Auburn
    26. Tyrell Sutton Northwestern
    27. Brandon Ore West Liberty State

    Moreno and Wells are very close for me, Wells just scares me too much. Donald Brown isn’t very far away either. Really like Glen Coffee, think he is being over looked. Don’t like McCoy much at all and if I thought any of the other backs in the class were legit he would be much lower.

    1. Quinn Johnson LSU
    2. Tony Fiammetta Syracuse
    3. Brannan Southerland Georgia
    4. Conredge Collins Pittsburgh
    5. Eric Kettani Navy
    6. Jason Cook Ole Miss

    Don’t really see the McClain stuff with Johnson but he is a very good lead blocker. Fought the ball a lot while he was at LSU though.

    1. Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
    2. Hakeem Nicks North Carolina
    3. Percy Harvin Florida
    4. Jeremy Maclin Missouri
    5. Derrius Heyward-Bey Maryland
    6. Kenny Britt Rutgers
    7. Brian Robiskie OSU
    8. Brandon Tate North Carolina
    9. Derrick Williams PSU
    10. Mohamed Massaquoi Georgia
    11. Juaquin Iglesias Oklahoma
    12. Sammie Stroughter Oregon State
    13. Jarrett Dillard Rice
    14. Brandon Gibson Washington State
    15. Ramsas Barden Cal Poly
    16. Demetrius Byrd LSU
    17. Kenny McKinley South Carolina
    18. Kevin Ogletree Virginia
    19. Brooks Foster North Carolina
    20. Louis Murphy Florida
    21. Marko Mitchall Nevada
    22. Mike Thomas Arizona
    23. Quan Cosby Texas
    24. Aaron Kelly Clemson
    25. Mike Wallace Ole Miss
    26. Manuel Johnson Oklahoma
    27. Deon Butler Penn State
    28. Patrick Turner USC
    29. Jaison Williams Oregon
    30. Jamarko Simmons Western Michigan
    31. Austin Collie BYU
    32. Johnny Knox Abilene Christian
    33. Tiquan Underwood Rutgers
    34. Demir Boldin Wake Forest
    35. Lucas Taylor Tennessee
    36. Greg Carr FSU
    37. Jordan Norwood Penn State
    38. Jeremy Childs Boise State
    39. Brian Hartline Ohio State
    40. Rod Smith Auburn
    41. Dicky Lyons Jr Kentucky
    42. George Smith Vanderbilt
    43. Jeremy Gilchrist Hampton

    Love Hakeem Nicks. Amazing hands and is very physical and has more explosiveness than he is given credit for. Maclin reminds me so much of Ted Ginn in a very bad way. Harvin has a lot of issues with health and such, but I love him on the field, underrated strength and is amazing in the open field. 8 to about 21 is pretty close for me, most of those guys could be switched around.

    1. Brandon Pettigrew Oklahoma State
    2. Shawn Nelson Southern Miss
    3. Jared Cook South Carolina
    4. James Casey Rice
    5. Travis Beckum Wisconsin
    6. Chase Coffman Missouri
    7. Cornelius Ingram Florida
    8. John Phillips Virginia
    9. Cameron Morrah Cal
    10. Ryan Purvis Boston College
    11. Richard Quinn North Carolina
    12. Darius Hill Ball State
    13. Anthony Hill North Carolina State
    14. Davon Drew East Carolina
    15. Bear Pascoe Fresno State
    16. Dan Gronkowski Maryland
    17. Travis McCall Alabama
    18. Andrew Davie Arkansas

    Really like this group as a whole and I wouldn’t be shocked if any of the top 15 guys contribute. Injuries probably made me put Beckum and Ingram lower than they should be, but there are a lot of guys like them this year that played this year.

    1. Jason Smith Baylor
    2. Eugene Monroe Virginia
    3. Michael Oher Mississippi
    4. William Beatty Connecticut
    5. Eben Britton Arizona
    6. Phil Loadholt Oklahoma
    7. Jason Watkins Florida
    8. Gerald Cadogan Penn State
    9. Andrew Gardner Georgia Tech
    10. Dan Gay Baylor
    11. Xavier Fulton Illinois
    12. Troy Kropog Tulane
    13. TJ Lang Eastern Michigan
    14. Garrett Reynolds North Carolina
    15. Fenuki Tupou Oregon
    16. Joel Bell Furman
    17. Alex Boone OSU
    18. Augustus Parrish Kent Stams
    19. Sebastian Vollmer Houston
    20. Ramon Foster Tennessee
    21. Lydon Murtha Nebraska

    Love the top 2 guys and have them very close, I give Smith the edge because of the nastiness and Monroe’s lack of it. I’m a lot more comfortable with Oher at RT and LT with the inconsistency. Beatty has crazy tools and is nasty but is going to needs tons of work. Gardner had a poor senior season with injuries and the new offense but he looked like a stud LT as a junior. Gay is a bit short but could have starting potential at RT or inside.

    1. Andre Smith Alabama
    2. Duke Robinson Oklahoma
    3. Jamon Merideth South Carolina
    4. Max Unger Oregon
    5. Andy Levitre Oregon State
    6. Tyronne Green Auburn
    7. Kraig Urbik Wisconsin
    8. Trevor Canfield Cincinnati
    9. Herman Johnson LSU
    10. Cornelius Lewis Tennessee State
    11. Greg Isdaner West Virginia
    12. Brandon Walker Oklahoma
    13. Seth Olsen Iowa
    14. Cedrick Dockery Texas
    15. Jaimie Thomas Maryland
    16. Mitch Petrus Arkansas
    17. Jeremy Perry Oregon State
    18. Anthony Parker Tennessee
    19. Steve Rehring OSU
    20. Matt Slauson Nebraska

    If Andre Smith if taken as a LT I don’t think there is much of a chance he does well. I think he’d be a pro bowl guard if he keeps his weight in check though. Merideth is another guy I have inside, I think he is overrated at tackle, but again, looks like he can be a very good guard. I have Unger at OG and not center because I think would be a much better fit there. Don’t see how he would be able to handle bigger DTs at center in the NFL. Amazing quickness, just don’t see the strength. Really like the top 8 guys and think all could start.

    1. Alex Mack California
    2. Eric Wood Louisville
    3. Jonathan Luigs Arkansas
    4. Antoine Caldwell Alabama
    5. AQ Shipley Penn State
    6. Edwin Williams Maryland
    7. Ryan Shuman Virginia Tech
    8. Jason Bosley Auburn
    9. Brett Helms LSU
    10. Jon Cooper Oklahoma
    11. Juan Garcia Washington

    Mack is one of my favorite players in the draft. Does everything you could ask of a center, great strength, can pull well and is a good pass blocker. Don’t see Wood as first round value but he is a great iso blocker.

    1. Everrette Brown FSU
    2. Brian Orakpo Texas
    3. Aaron Maybin Penn State
    4. Robert Ayers Tennessee
    5. Larry English Northern Illinois
    6. Michael Johnson GT
    7. Connor Barwin Cincinnati
    8. Cody Brown Connecticut
    9. Paul Kruger Utah
    10. Lawrence Sidbury Jr Richmond
    11. Brandon Williams Texas Tech
    12. Nick Reed Oregon
    13. Kyle Moore USC
    14. Victor Butler Oregon State
    15. Will Davis Illinois
    16. Matthew Shaughnessy Wisconsin
    17. Henry Melton Texas
    18. Tim Jamison Michigan
    19. Pannel Egboh Stanford
    20. Phillip Hunt Houston
    21. Stryker Sulak Mizzou
    22. Ian Campbell Kansas State
    23. Maurice Evans Penn State
    24. Michael Bennett TAMU
    25. David Veikune Hawai’i
    26. Willie Vandesteeg Minnesota
    27. Derek Walker Illinoiss
    28. Jamaal Westerman Rutgers

    I wasn’t a fan of Gholston last year and I like him tons more than Orakpo. No pass rush moves, doesn’t have great quickness, great athlete, just don’t see it with him. Love Brown, great quickness and his spin move is just scary. Nick Reed is a great pass rusher and had a pretty good work out. Like him later in the draft.

    1. BJ Raji Boston College
    2. Peria Jerry Ole Miss
    3. Ron Brace Boston College
    4. Ziggy Hood Mizzou
    5. Fili Moala USC
    6. Jarron Gilbert San Jose State
    7. Tyson Jackson LSU
    8. Sen’Derrick Marks Auburn
    9. Adrian Grady Louisville
    10. Vance Walker Georgia Tech
    11. Roy Miller Texas
    12. Terrance Taylor Michigan
    13. Myron Pryor Kentucky
    14. Alex Magee Purdue
    15. Chris Baker Hampton
    16. Ricky Jean-Francois LSU
    17. Darryl Richard Georgia Tech
    18. Mitch King Iowa
    19. Clinton McDonald Memphis
    20. Khalif Mitchell ECU
    21. Dorrell Scott Clemson
    22. Sammie Lee Hill Stillman
    23. Cory Irvin Georgia
    24. Terrill Byrd Cincinnati
    25. Demonte Bolden Tennessee
    26. Marlon Favorite LSU
    27. Antonio Dixon Miami

    I like Ziggy, but don’t see the first round hype, I think he is a good 2nd round pick though. Like Unger, I have Tyson Jackson at DT because I think that is his best position, and even then, I don’t like him that much. He’s nowhere near good enough against the run to warrant the hype he is getting at 3-4 DE. He stands up way too much on the edge and doesn’t get good pressure at all. When he moved inside his quickness was there and he got good pressure and was better against the run inside than outside. Adrian Grady has ok size and measureables but does a great job of getting into the backfield.

    1. Aaron Curry Wake Forest
    2. Brian Cushing USC
    3. Clint Sintim Virginia
    4. Clay Matthews USC
    5. Marcus Freeman OSU
    6. Zach Follett Cal
    7. Kaluka Maiava USC
    8. Gerald McRath Southern Miss
    9. Tyrone McKenzie USF
    10. Anthony Heygood Purdue
    11. Nic Harris Oklahoma
    12. Jason Williams Western Illinois
    13. DeAndre Levy Wisconsin
    14. Kevin Ellison USC
    15. Ashlee Palmer Ole Miss
    16. Moise Fokou Maryland
    17. Anthony Felder Cal
    18. Jonathan Casillas Wisconsin
    19. Chris Evans Auburn
    20. Kevin Akins Boston College
    21. Brian Toal Boston College
    22. Solomon Elimimian Hawai’i
    23. Joe Mortenson Kansas

    I think Clay Matthews is another guy getting too much hype. Good edge rusher, but Clint Sintim is a much better pass rusher and had a lot more experience. Love the top 3 guys, but not a big fan of the rest of the group (though I do think the other guys will contribute).

    1. Rey Maualuga USC
    2. James Laurinaitis OSU
    3. Jasper Brinkley South Carolina
    4. Darry Beckwith LSU
    5. Dannell Ellerbe Georgia
    6. Jason Phillips TCU
    7. Scott McKillop Pittsburgh
    8. Dave Philistin Maryland
    9. Antonio Appleby Virginia
    10. Frantz Joseph FAU
    11. Glenn Cook Miami
    12. Worrell Williams Cal
    13. Josh Mauga Nevada
    14. Stanley Arnoux Wake Forest
    15. Michael Tauiliili Duke
    16. Derek Nicholson Florida State
    17. Maurice Crum Notre Dame
    18. Tony Fein Ole Miss
    19. Ronnie Palmer Arizona
    20. Rashad Bobino Texas

    Don’t love Rey or Laurinaitis (would have had Spikes over both easily had he came out) but I like where their stocks have settled. Glad Brinkley is getting back to where he should be as well, he had a good senior season and great workouts. Don’t really like much after those guys.

    1. Malcolm Jenkins OSU
    2. Vontae Davis Illinois
    3. Alphonso Smith Wake Forest
    4. Darius Butler Connecticut
    5. DJ Moore Vanderbilt
    6. Sean Smith Utah
    7. Jairus Byrd Oregon
    8. Captain Munnerlyn South Carolina
    9. Asher Allen Georgia
    10. Macho Harris Virginia Tech
    11. Mike Mickens Cincinnati
    12. Joe Burnett UCF
    13. Sherrod Martin Troy
    14. Coye Francies San Jose State
    15. Donald Washington OSU
    16. Kevin Barnes Maryland
    17. Deangelo Smith Cincinnati
    18. Keenan Lewis Oregon State
    19. Bruce Johnson Miami
    20. Jerraud Powers Auburn
    21. Domonique Johnson Jackson State
    22. Lardarius Webb Nicholls State
    23. Mark Parson Ohio
    24. Cary Harris USC
    25. Jahi-Word Daniels Georgia Tech
    26. Brandon Underwood Cincinnati
    27. Bradley Fletcher Iowa
    28. Ellis Lankster West Virginia
    29. Morgan Trent Michigan
    30. Jacob Lacey Oklahoma State
    31. DeAndre Wright New Mexico
    32. Jackie Bates Hampton

    Vontae Davis gets a lot of hate, but watch the Missouri and Ohio State game and say he doesn’t have talent. Lot of issues with him, but he has top notch tools. Never really loved Malcolm Jenkins and might like him a bit more at FS, but he is a very good player and doesn’t have that much risk. Love DJ Moore but his size/speed combo scares me and takes him out of a lot of situations. Really deep group and I like the top 20 or so guys. 8-20 could be in any order for me really.

    1. Louis Delmas Western Michigan
    2. Rashad Johnson Alabama
    3. William Moore Mizzou
    4. Emanuel Cook South Carolina
    5. Patrick Chung Oregon
    6. David Bruton Notre Dame
    7. Chip Vaughn Wake Forest
    8. Derek Pegues Mississippi State
    9. Otis Wiley Michigan State
    10. Michael Hamlin Clemson
    11. Trimane Goddard North Carolina
    12. Darcel McBath Texas Tech
    13. Curtis Taylor LSU
    14. CJ Spillman Marshall
    15. Anthony Reddick Miami
    16. Carlton Williams USF
    17. Courtney Greene Rutgers
    18. Reshard Langford Vanderbilt

    Don’t like this group at all, Delmas should be a good player, but not a big fan of anyone else here. Loved Cook at South Carolina but he has had a horrendous end to the season/off season.

    Big Board
    1. Matthew Staffford QB Georgia
    2. Aaron Curry OLB Wake Forest
    3. Jason Smith OT Baylor
    4. Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech
    5. Eugene Monroe OT Virginia
    6. Mark Sanchez QB USC
    7. BJ Raji DT Boston College
    8. Everette Brown DE Florida State
    9. Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina
    10. Brian Cushing OLB USC
    11. Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State
    12. Clint Sintim OLB Virginia
    13. Knowshon Moreno Georgia
    14. Rey Maualuga MLB USC
    15. Brian Orakpo Texas
    16. Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma State
    17. Chris Wells RB Ohio State
    18. Aaron Maybin DE Penn State
    19. Alex Mack C Cal
    20. Vontae Davis CB Illinois
    21. Percy Harvin WR Florida
    22. Andre Smith OG Alabama
    23. Michael Oher OT Ole Miss
    24. Peria Jerry DT Ole Miss
    25. Robert Ayers DE Tennessee
    26. Jeremy Maclin WR Mizzou
    27. Louis Delmas S Western Michigan
    28. Derrius Heyward-Bey Maryland
    29. Larry English DE Northern Illinois
    30. William Beatty OT Connecticut
    31. Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest
    32. Donald Brown RB Connecticut
    33. James Laurinaitis MLB Ohio State
    34. Darius Butler CB Connecticut
    35. Clay Matthews OLB USC
    36. Josh Freeman QB Kansas State
    37. Eben Britton OT Arizona
    38. Eric Wood C Louisville
    39. DJ Moore CB Vanderbilt
    40. Kenny Britt WR Rutgers
    41. Shawn Nelson TE Southern Miss
    42. Brian Robiskie WR Ohio State
    43. Rashad Johnson S Alabama
    44. Ron Brace DT Boston College
    45. Duke Robinson OG Oklahoma
    46. Michael Johnson DE Georgia Tech
    47. LeSean McCoy RB Pittsburgh
    48. Jared Cook TE South Carolina
    49. Ziggy Hood DT Mizzou
    50. Connor Barwin DE Cincinnati
    51. Fili Moala DT USC
    52. Cody Brown DE Connecticut
    53. Brandon Tate WR North Carolina
    54. Phil Loadholt OT Oklahoma
    55. Jarron Gilbert DT San Jose State
    56. Derrick Williams WR PSU
    57. James Casey TE Rice
    58. Jamon Merideth OG South Carolina
    59. Jasper Brinkley MLB South Carolina
    60. Andre Brown RB NC State
    61. Mohamed Massaquoi WR Georgia
    62. Sean Smith CB Utah
    63. Tyson Jackson DT LSU
    64. Pat White QB WVU
    65. Shonn Greene RB Iowa
    66. Max Unger OG Oregon
    67. Captain Munnerlyn CB South Carolina
    68. Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
    69. Paul Kruger DE Utah
    70. Marcus Freeman OLB OSU
    71. Jason Watkins OT Florida
    72. Sen’Derrick Marks DT Auburn
    73. Lawrence Sidbury DE Jr Richmond
    74. Andy Levitre OG Oregon State
    75. Travis Beckum TE Wisconsin
    76. Glen Coffee RB Alabama
    77. Nate Davis QB Ball State
    78. Adrian Grady DT Louisville
    79. William Moore S Mizzou
    80. Sammie Stroughter WR Oregon State
    81. Brandon Williams DE Texas Tech
    82. Tyronne Green OG Auburn
    83. Chris Crane QB Boston College
    84. Kraig Urbik OG Wisconsin
    85. Jairus Byrd CB Oregon
    86. Jarrett Dillard WR Rice
    87. Zach Follett LB Cal
    88. Chase Coffman TE Missouri
    89. Brandon Gibson WR Washington State
    90. Asher Allen CB Georgia
    91. Jonathan Luigs C Arkansas
    92. Vance Walker DT Georgia Tech
    93. Ramsas Barden WR Cal Poly
    94. Cornelius Ingram TE Florida
    95. Kaluka Maiava OLB USC
    96. Nick Reed DE Oregon
    97. Roy Miller DT Texas
    98. Gerald Cadogan OT Penn State
    99. Gerald McRath OLB Southern Miss
    100. Quinn Johnson FB LSU

    1. Colt McCoy Texas
    2. Tim Tebow Florida
    3. Tim Hiller Western Michigan
    4. Daryll Clark Penn State
    5. Dan LeFevour Central Michigan

    1. Sam Bradford Oklahoma
    2. Jake Locker Washington
    3. Jevan Snead Ole Miss
    4. Jimmy Clausen Notre Dame
    5. Tyrod Taylor Virginia Tech

    1. Charles Scott LSU
    2. LaGarrette Blount Oregon
    3. CJ Spiller Clemson
    4. Chris Brown Oklahoma
    5. Stafon Johnson USC

    1. DeMarco Murray Oklahoma
    2. Jonathan Dwyer Georgia Tech
    3. Jahvid Best Cal
    4. Joe McKnight USC
    5. Graig Cooper Miami

    1. Brandon LaFell LSU
    2. Mardy Gilyard Cincinnati
    3. Eric Decker Minnesota
    4. Dexter McCluster Ole Miss
    5. Naaman Roosevelt Buffalo

    1. Arrelious Benn Illinois
    2. Dez Bryant Oklahoma State
    3. Damian Williams USC
    4. Demaryius Thomas Georgia Tech
    5. Golden Tate Notre Dame

    1. Jermaine Gresham Oklahoma
    2. Ed Dickson Oregon
    3. Dedrick Epps Miami
    4. Dennis Pitta BYU
    5. Anthony McCoy USC

    1. Rob Gronkowski Arizona
    2. Anthony Hernandez Florida
    3. Wesley Saunders South Carolina
    4. Bruce Figgins Georgia
    5. Brandon Warren Tennessee

    1. Russell Okung Oklahoma State
    2. Trent Williams Oklahoma
    3. Jason Fox Miami
    4. Adam Ulatoski Texas
    5. Ciron Black LSU

    1. Lee Ziemba Auburn
    2. Trinton Sturdivant Georgia
    3. Bryan Bulaga Iowa
    4. Anthony Davis Rutgers
    5. Anthony Castonzo Boston College

    1. Sergio Render Virginia Tech
    2. John Jerry Ole Miss
    3. Mike Johnson Alabama
    4. Brandon Carter Texas Tech
    5. Lyle Hitt LSU

    1. Mike Pouncey Florida
    2. Jason Kelce Cincinnati
    3. Orlando Franklin Miami
    4. Rodney Hudson FSU
    5. BJ Gabbell Virginia

    1. Josh McNeil Tennessee
    2. Thomas Austin Clemson
    3. John Estes Hawai’i
    4. Chris Hall Texas

    1. Kristofer O’Dowd USC
    2. Maurkice Pouncey Florida
    3. Dan Wenger Notre Dame

    1. Greg Hardy Ole Miss
    2. George Selvie USF
    3. Brandon Graham Michigan
    4. Corey Wootton Northwestern
    5. Antonio Coleman Auburn

    1. Jeremy Beal Oklahoma
    2. Everson Griffen USC
    3. Carlos Dunlap Florida
    4. Derrick Morgan Georgia Tech
    5. Greg Romeus Pittsburgh

    1. Ndamukong Suh Nebraska
    2. Vince Oghobaase Duke
    3. Geno Atkins Georgia
    4. Arthur Jones Syracuse
    5. Jared Odrick Penn State

    1. Gerald McCoy Oklahoma
    2. Marvin Austin North Carolina
    3. Allen Bailey Miami
    4. Brian Price UCLA
    5. Kendrick Ellis Hampton

    1. Mark Herzlich Boston College
    2. Sergio Kindle Texas
    3. Sean Weatherspoon Mizzou
    4. Eric Norwood South Carolina
    5. Sean Lee Penn State

    1. Navorro Bowman Penn State
    2. Nate Irving NC State
    3. Martez Wilson Illinois
    4. Greg Jones Michigan State
    5. Rennie Curran Georgia

    1. Brandon Spikes Florida
    2. Micah Johnson Kentucky
    3. Ryan Reynolds Oklahoma
    4. Joe Pawelek Baylor
    5. Darryl Sharpton Miami

    1. Rolando McClain Alabama
    2. Josh Bynes Auburn
    3. Obi Ezeh Michigan
    4. Alex Wujciak Maryland
    5. Darryl Gamble Georgia

    1. Syd’Quan Thompson Cal
    2. Brian Jackson Oklahoma
    3. Trevard Lindley Kentucky
    4. Javier Arenas Alabama
    5. Stephen Virgil Virginia Tech

    1. Joe Haden Florida
    2. Ras-I Dowling Virginia
    3. Donovan Warren Michigan
    4. Omar Bolden Arizona State
    5. Jai Eugene LSU

    1. Taylor Mays USC
    2. Darian Stewart South Carolina
    3. Myron Rolle Florida State
    4. Kam Chancellor Virginia Tech
    5. Andre Sexton Oklahoma State

    1. Eric Berry Tennessee
    2. Major Wright Florida
    3. Reshad Jones Georgia
    4. Morgan Burnett Georgia Tech
    5. Chad Jones LSU

    Top 10 Seniors
    1. Brandon Spikes MLB Florida
    2. Mark Herzlich OLB Boston College
    3. Taylor Mays S USC
    4. Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
    5. Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
    6. Sergio Kindle OLB Texas
    7. Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
    8. Greg Hardy DE Ole Miss
    9. George Selvie DE USF
    10. Trent Williams OT Oklahoma

    Top 10 Juniors
    1. Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
    2. Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
    3. Eric Berry S Tennessee
    4. Rolando McClain MLB Alabama
    5. DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma
    6. Arrelious Benn WR Illinois
    7. Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State
    8. Rob Gronkowski TE Arizona
    9. Lee Ziemba OT Auburn
    10. Jeremy Beal DE Oklahoma
    Last edited by draftguru151; 04-24-2009, 04:25 PM.

    That is correct comahan
    I ******* LOVE YOU DG
    <3 dg

  • #2
    Great job.
    aka KGB Chicken


    • #3
      Best Ive seen thus far!

      Finally someone who isnt completely buying the MAYS stock.

      Spikes is too high though. He certainly looks the part but he isnt all that flexible and has been known as a "glass figurine".

      /sig by BONEkRUSHER/


      • #4
        Major Wright and Morgan Burnett FTW!


        • #5
          Great job. I really like the Chris Crane mention, it seems that people have completely forgot about him since his shoulder injury. He was doing great for BC until he went down, then Dominick Davis sucked it up. Crane is big with an accurate arm and he is VERY mobile. I think he would be a very nice developmental guy.

          This may be the homer in me, but I think one guy who may suprise a lot of people when next season rolls around is Mike Wallace. He really put it together at the end of his senior year and was a big-time weapon for Snead, he has good size and is a flat out burner with suprisingly good hands. He could be a real nice deep threat/KR, he reminds me of Bernard Berrian.


          • #6
            Nice! Another Crane fan. I've been posting about this guy in just about every sleeper thread. I think he could really end up being a steal for someone.


            • #7
              Great job. I love the rankings. I like seeing the Miami love for next year.

              Sig by BoneKrusher


              • #8
                Great DG, way to make me feel lazy for not writing any draft stuff in months!

                I like what I saw for the most part, although a few things caught my eye...

                - I completely disagree on Maclin. Totally and utterly. You know I was no fan of Ginn coming out of Ohio State, but that was for one particular reason. He was wicked fast, but he had zero stop-start ability. He couldn't cut, he couldn't change direction, he couldn't juke. This meant he couldn't run crisp short routes and his hitch-and-go would be a disaster. In this vital aspect, Maclin is totally different. He changes direction easily and re-acclerates much better than Ginn did. He makes guys miss in the open field with tricks other than blistering speed. He has better hands and body control than Ginn.

                I have him as only a couple notches behind Crabtree (albeit because I think Crabtree runs the risk of being a high-profile bust).

                - I also disagree on Orakpo being worse than Gholston. I do think Orakpo is a bit overrated as a pass rusher, but he uses his strength well in the run game and is better balanced than he's given credit for. He's twice as smooth as Gholston could ever hope to be.

                I'd be interested in seeing you add an edge rushing category.

                - I don't like Ron Brace anywhere close to that high, but that's a gripe I have with most rankings, not just yours.

                Anyway, awesome stuff. Love the '10 stuff as well.


                • #9
                  Well, I like Maclin more than Ginn (a fair amount), I guess I'm just kinda shocked that it hasn't been mentioned more. Maclin can definitely change direction better than Ginn, but he's still a strider, and it's not that I don't like him, it's more of that he scares me, and why I have Harvin higher. (random comment about Ginn, kinda funny that at this point his body control and change of direction have been fine, he just hasn't figured out how to combine that with the top speed, which he has barely shown, if at all).

                  I'd take Orakpo at OLB over Gholston, never bought him at OLB, I just see Orakpo as a similiar player that just isn't as good. Again, like him, just think he is overrated. (tried to think of a legit argument for this but my brain doesn't want to function atm).

                  I really really like Brace, had him over Perry for a bit (before I watched Perry destroy LSU, kinda made me rethink that), and there were a few games where he looked better than Raji. I think his quickness is fairly underrated, his motor is pretty good, good strength, and I probably overrate him a bit because of the NT potential (and want him in Miami).

                  Always think about doing the 3-4 rankings and such, but bleh, maybe next year.

                  Kinda shocked at the Chris Crane love lol.

                  That is correct comahan
                  I ******* LOVE YOU DG
                  <3 dg


                  • #10
                    Originally posted by draftguru151 View Post
                    Well, I like Maclin more than Ginn (a fair amount), I guess I'm just kinda shocked that it hasn't been mentioned more. Maclin can definitely change direction better than Ginn, but he's still a strider, and it's not that I don't like him, it's more of that he scares me, and why I have Harvin higher. (random comment about Ginn, kinda funny that at this point his body control and change of direction have been fine, he just hasn't figured out how to combine that with the top speed, which he has barely shown, if at all).

                    I'd take Orakpo at OLB over Gholston, never bought him at OLB, I just see Orakpo as a similiar player that just isn't as good. Again, like him, just think he is overrated. (tried to think of a legit argument for this but my brain doesn't want to function atm).

                    I really really like Brace, had him over Perry for a bit (before I watched Perry destroy LSU, kinda made me rethink that), and there were a few games where he looked better than Raji. I think his quickness is fairly underrated, his motor is pretty good, good strength, and I probably overrate him a bit because of the NT potential (and want him in Miami).

                    Always think about doing the 3-4 rankings and such, but bleh, maybe next year.

                    Kinda shocked at the Chris Crane love lol.

                    Brace reminds me A LOT of Casey Hampton as a prospect.

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                    • #11
                      Definitely some very different rankings than what I'm going to have. +rep on a ton of work though!


                      • #12
                        Sergio Kindle wishes he was as good as Sean Weatherspoon. Very nice work though. That had to take some time.


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by draftguru151 View Post
                          (random comment about Ginn, kinda funny that at this point his body control and change of direction have been fine, he just hasn't figured out how to combine that with the top speed, which he has barely shown, if at all).
                          Right, that was the concern. Either he'd keep the speed and lose the ability to do things an NFL wide receiver needs to do, or he'd be forced to do the things a wideout needs to do and lose his speed. It was going to be either one or the other.

                          Just a guy being a long strider doesn't mean anything. DeSean Jackson was a long strider with great cutting ability of COD-skills. So was Randy Moss (who was arguably a longer strider than any of the more recently drafted long-striders). Ginn's concerns weren't just that he had a long stride, it was that his lateral movement was pretty much non-existant when he hit that stride. It was/is a unique problem, not one that's shared by all guys with a track running style. It doesn't help that his acceleration from a stand-still was way behind the other guys I mentioned, even if his top speed was better.

                          Simply being like Ginn in certain ways doesn't make Maclin all that worrisome to me, because he's not like Ginn in that one, most worrying way.



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