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Old 01-15-2014, 08:17 AM    (permalink
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Default Bucky Brooks' top 5 at each position prior to the Senior Bowl

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap200...n-quarterbacks

Not a lot of surprises although I believe the order will change significantly after the post season, where they all compete on an equal playing field and it doesn't matter which school or conference you played in at college.
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SAFETIES

1. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Alabama

A balky knee limited Clinton-Dix this season, but scouts love his football IQ and overall awareness.

2. Calvin Pryor, Louisville

It's hard to find safeties capable of rattling teeth and snagging interceptions. Pryor fits the bill as a menacing rover for the Cardinals.


3. Dion Bailey, USC

Gritty player who thrived at his natural position in 2013. Bailey might experience a jump up the charts when scouts delve deeper into the game tape.

4. Deone Bucannon, Washington State

A tackling machine with a knack for finding the ball. Game is a little old school, but there is always a place for a tough guy in the backend.

5. Ahmad Dixon, Baylor

Active safety with sound instincts and awareness.

ILB
1. C.J. Mosley, Alabama

The ultra-versatile Mosley is a sideline-to-sideline playmaker with the skills to stand out against the run or pass.

2. Chris Borland, Wisconsin

Scouts around the NFL are split on Borland's prospects due to his diminutive size, but his supporters see him as a potential difference-maker in the mold of Zach Thomas.


3. Shayne Skov, Stanford

The effort and energy of Skov is infectious, but questions about his overall athleticism could limit his value in some draft rooms.

4. Christian Jones, Florida State

Active linebacker with instincts and athleticism. Not a polished playmaker, but shows intriguing upside and potential.

5. Yawin Smallwood, Connecticut

Disruptive defender with terrific instincts and awareness. Could play inside or outside in a 4-3 scheme.

TIGHT ENDS
1. Eric Ebron, North Carolina

Ultra-athletic playmaker with the size, speed and movement skills to create mismatches at the next level.

2. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington

Big-bodied tight end with strong hands and good ball skills. Can fill a traditional tight-end role but is versatile enough to be used on the move.

3. Jace Amaro, Texas Tech

Can't knock his production in the Red Raiders' offense, but he doesn't display elite speed, quickness or athleticism. Best described as a natural pass catcher with a great feel for posting up smaller defenders.

4. C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa

Overshadowed by the bigger names on this list but could rank high on the draft boards of teams looking for a traditional tight end with strong hands.

5. Troy Niklas, Notre Dame

A surprise entry into the draft, Niklas is one of the most intriguing prospects because of his extraordinary size (6-foot-7, 270 pounds) and sneaky athleticism. If he ever puts it all together on the field, he could be a dominant player at the position at the NFL level.


Give me those 3 guys, and I will give you straight cash homey.

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