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Old 04-25-2013, 09:56 AM    (permalink
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Quarterbacks
  1. Ryan Nassib – Syracuse
  2. E.J. Manuel – Florida State
  3. Geno Smith – West Virginia
  4. Landry Jones – Oklahoma
  5. Tyler Bray – Tennessee

Running Backs
  1. Eddie Lacy – Alabama
  2. Giovani Bernard – North Carolina
  3. Le’Veon Bell – Michigan State
  4. Latavius Murray – Central Florida
  5. Jonathan Franklin – UCLA

Fullbacks
  1. Lonnie Pryor – Florida State (RB)
  2. Kyle Juszczyk – Harvard (TE)
  3. Tommy Bohanon – Wake Forest
  4. Braden Wilson – Kansas State
  5. Richard Samuel – Georgia

Wide Receivers
  1. Tavon Austin – West Virginia (RB)
  2. Cordarrelle Patterson – Tennessee
  3. Justin Hunter – Tennessee
  4. DeAndre Hopkins – Clemson
  5. Robert Woods – USC

Tight Ends
  1. Tyler Eifert – Notre Dame
  2. Vance McDonald – Rice
  3. Zach Ertz – Stanford
  4. Jordan Reed – Florida
  5. Mychal Rivera – Tennessee (FB)

Offensive Tackles
  1. Luke Joeckel – Texas A&M
  2. Eric Fisher – Central Michigan
  3. Lane Johnson – Oklahoma
  4. D.J. Fluker – Alabama (OG)
  5. Xavier Nixon – Florida (OG)

Offensive Guards
  1. Chance Warmack – Alabama
  2. Jonathan Cooper – North Carolina ©
  3. Larry Warford – Kentucky
  4. Brian Winters – Kent State (OT)
  5. Dallas Thomas – Tennessee (OT)

Centers
  1. Travis Frederick – Wisconsin (OG)
  2. Barrett Jones – Alabama (OG)
  3. J.C. Tretter – Cornell (OG)
  4. Brian Schwenke – California
  5. Khaled Holmes – USC

4-3 Defensive Ends
  1. Cornellius “Tank” Carradine – Florida State (OLB)
  2. Barkevious Mingo – LSU (OLB)
  3. Ezekiel Ansah – BYU (OLB)
  4. Bjoern Werner – Florida State (OLB)
  5. Datone Jones – UCLA (DT)

3-4 Defensive Ends
  1. Kapron Lewis-Moore – Notre Dame
  2. Datone Jones – UCLA
  3. Sylvester Williams – North Carolina
  4. William Gholston – Michigan State
  5. Kwame Geathers – Georgia

Defensive Tackles
  1. Sheldon Richardson – Missouri
  2. Star Lotulelei – Utah
  3. Sharrif Floyd – Florida
  4. Sylvester Williams – North Carolina
  5. John Jenkins – Georgia

Nose Tackles
  1. Jesse Williams – Alabama
  2. John Jenkins – Georgia
  3. Jonathan Hankins – Ohio State
  4. Star Lotulelei – Utah
  5. Kwame Geathers – Georgia

4-3 Outside Linebackers
  1. Arthur Brown – Kansas State (ILB)
  2. Dion Jordan – Oregon (DE)
  3. Khaseem Greene – Rutgers
  4. Alec Ogletree – Georgia (ILB)
  5. Jamie Collins – Southern Mississippi

3-4 Outside Linebackers
  1. Dion Jordan – Oregon
  2. Jarvis Jones – Georgia
  3. Jamie Collins – Southern Mississippi
  4. Barkevious Mingo – LSU
  5. John Simon – Ohio State

Inside Linebackers
  1. Kevin Minter – LSU
  2. Manti Te’o – Notre Dame
  3. Alec Ogletree – Georgia (OLB)
  4. Jon Bostic – Florida (OLB)
  5. A.J. Klein – Iowa State

Cornerbacks
  1. Dee Milliner – Alabama
  2. Xavier Rhodes – Florida State
  3. D.J. Hayden – Houston
  4. B.W. Webb – William & Mary
  5. Robert Alford – Southeastern Louisiana

Safeties
  1. Kenny Vaccaro – Texas
  2. Jonathan Cyprien – Florida International
  3. Dayario “D.J.” Swearinger – South Carolina
  4. Phillip Thomas – Fresno State
  5. Eric Reid – LSU

Big Board
  1. DT Sheldon Richardson – Missouri
  2. OLB/DE Dion Jordan – Oregon
  3. OT Luke Joeckel – Texas A&M
  4. OT Eric Fisher – Central Michigan
  5. OG Chance Warmack – Alabama
  6. OG/C Jonathan Cooper – North Carolina
  7. CB Dee Milliner – Alabama
  8. DT Star Lotulelei – Utah
  9. DE Cornellius “Tank” Carradine – Florida State
  10. WR/RB Tavon Austin – West Virginia
  11. WR Cordarrelle Patterson – Tennessee
  12. DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo – LSU
  13. S Kenny Vacarro – Texas
  14. TE Tyler Eifert – Notre Dame
  15. OLB/ILB Arthur Brown – Kansas State
  16. CB Xavier Rhodes – Florida State
  17. WR Justin Hunter – Tennessee
  18. DE/OLB Ezekiel “Ziggy” Ansah – BYU
  19. DE/OLB Bjoern Werner – Florida State
  20. WR DeAndre Hopkins – Clemson
  21. DT Sharrif Floyd – Florida
  22. WR Robert Woods – USC
  23. RB Eddie Lacy – Alabama
  24. OLB Jarvis Jones – Georgia
  25. S Jonathan Cyprien – Florida International
  26. S Dayario “D.J.” Swearinger – South Carolina
  27. CB D.J. Hayden – Houston
  28. CB B.W. Webb – William & Mary
  29. QB Ryan Nassib – Syracuse
  30. OG Larry Warford – Kentucky
  31. DT Sylvester Williams – North Carolina
  32. DE/DT Datone Jones – UCLA
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I don't know about Murray as the 4th best RB but he is very underrated. i'm really surprised he hasn't been talked about more.
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I don't know about Murray as the 4th best RB but he is very underrated. i'm really surprised he hasn't been talked about more.
I love Murray. I think any of the top four running backs could end up being the best from this class.

"Tav" reminds me of DeMarco Murray. Tall running backs but with deceptively blazing speed, the ability to catch out of the backfield, and can bulldoze guys. Even after the leg injuries early in his career, he still ran in the 4.3's. That's insane. Tav is from a nearby high school so I've been following him for a long time. Always thought his potential was through the roof (I followed Murray since high school too, not that he was nearby, just heard about him). Ultimate team player too who was asked to switch linebacker early in his career.

I just have the same worries with Tav I did with DeMarco. Susceptible to lower body injuries, runs tall, vision is good, but not great (I catch him running into his lineman's backs at times). The combination of size, speed, and strength is insane though. Watch the Marshall game. The guy gets a crease or breaks one tackle, it leads to a big play.
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