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AntoinCD 12-06-2012 11:59 AM

New Big Board
1. Luke Joeckel, OT Texas A&M – athletic blindside blocker who will be a franchise corner stone

2. Bjoern Werner, DE FSU – active, explosive DE who is only starting to scratch the surface

3. Star Lotulelei, DT Utah – huge, disruptive presence who can take over games

4. Jake Matthews, OT Texas A&M – balanced OT who will be a better pro than college player

5. Sheldon Richardson, DT Missouri – penetrating, quick player who can get after the QB from the 3

6. Chance Warmack, OG Alabama – mauling stud who dominates in the run game and is a great pass protector

7. Manti Te’o, LB Notre Dame – defensive leader and playmaker, can play inside or out

8. Damontre Moore, LB Texas A&M – explosive rusher who is comfortable in space

9. Barkevious Mingo, DE LSU – monumental upside who hasn’t had the stats but still made his presence known

10. Dion Jordan, LB Oregon – jack of all trades with ridiculous upside

11. Tyler Wilson, QB Arkansas – good leader with good arm and accuracy, offseason will be important

12. Jonathan Hankins, DT Ohio State – massive man with light feet, when on is the most dominant interior player in the country

13. Ezekiel Ansah, DE BYU – freak athlete with little experience but a surprisingly refined game already

14. Jarvis Jones, LB Georgia – explosive player with great production, injury concerns though

15. Jonathan Cooper, OG UNC – technician who would be the top interior lineman in most years

16. Eric Fisher, OT Central Michigan – underrated blocker at this point who will rise

17. CJ Mosley, LB Alabama – rangy ‘backer who makes the defensive calls in Saban’s system

18. Kevin Minter, LB LSU – playmaker in all phases, been more impressive than more highly regarded LSU DEs

19. Keenan Allen, WR Cal – injuries have derailed his season but an explosive player witht the ball in his hands

20. Johnthan Banks, CB Mississippi State – nice combination of size, speed and ball skills. Didn’t have a great year though

21. Dee Milliner, CB Alabama – more well rounded than Banks but maybe not as high upside

22. Khaseem Greene, LB Rutgers – athletic guy who can stay on the field in any situation

23. Tyler Eifert, TE Notre Dame – very good all round TE who can high point the ball and is a mismatch in coverage

24. Taylor Lewan, OT Michigan – powerful blocker who can be a good LT or a great RT

25. Larry Warford, OG Kentucky – massive OG who has had good games against top competition

26. Alec Ogletree, LB Georgia – athletic backer who can run, converted safety

27. Xavier Rhodes, CB FSU – prototypical size and good technique

28. Sam Montgomery, DE LSU – underwhelming season but still a top talent

29. Jordan Poyer, CB Oregon State – feisty player with good awareness

30. Tony Jefferson, S Oklahoma – versatile safety who can play in the box and in coverage

31. Justin Hunter, WR Tennessee – huge target with great body control

32. Tavon Austin, WR WVU – electrifying playmaker in both pass game and return game

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