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Write-ups are on the way, but figured I'd post it now


Final Rankings:

QB:

1. Andrew Luck QB/Stanford
2. Robert Griffin III QB/Baylor
3. Ryan Tannehill QB/Texas A&M
4. Brandon Weeden QB/Oklahoma State
5. Kirk Cousins QB/Michigan State
6. Nick Foles QB/Arizona
7. Brock Osweiler QB/Arizona State
8. BJ Coleman QB/Chattanooga
9. Ryan Lindley QB/San Diego State
10. Russell Wilson QB/Wisconsin
11. Aaron Corp QB/Richmond
12. Case Keenum QB/Houston
13. Chandler Harnish QB/Northern Illinois
14. Kellen Moore QB/Boise State
15. Darron Thomas QB/Oregon
16. Austin Davis QB/Southern Miss
17. GJ Kinne QB/Tulsa
18. Jordan Jefferson QB/LSU
19. Dominique Davis QB/ECU
20. Jacory Harris QB/Miami

RB:

1. Trent Richardson RB/Alabama
2. Lamar Miller RB/Miami (FL)
3. Doug Martin RB/Boise State
4. David Wilson RB/Virginia Tech
5. Lamichael James RB/Oregon
6. Chris Polk RB/Washington
7. Isaiah Pead RB/Cincinnati
8. Robert Turbin RB/Utah State
9. Edwin Baker RB/Michigan State
10. Cyrus Gray RB/Texas A&M
11. Bernard Pierce RB/Temple
12. Chris Rainey RB/Florida
13. Ronnie Hillman RB/San Diego State
14. Vick Ballard RB/Mississippi State
15. Terrence Ganaway RB/Baylor
16. Dan Herron RB/Ohio State
17. Jonathan Grimes RB/William & Mary
18. Michael Smith RB/Utah State
19. Jonas Gray RB/Notre Dame
20. Tauren Poole RB/Tenenssee
21. Brandon Bolden RB/Ole Miss
22. Lennon Creer RB/Louisiana Tech
23. Marc Tyler RB/USC
24. Davin Meggett RB/Maryland
25. Jewel Hampton RB/Southern Illinois


FB:

1. Bradie Ewing FB/Wisconsin
2. Chad Diehl FB/Clemson
3. Nick Provo FB/Syracuse
4. Joe MArtinek FB/Rutgers
5. Alfred Morris FB/FAU

WR:

1. Justin Blackmon WR/Oklahoma State
2. Michael Floyd WR/Notre Dame
3. Kendall Wright WR/Baylor
4. Stephen Hill WR/Georgia Tech
5. Mohamed Sanu WR/Rutgers
6. Alshon Jeffery WR/South Carolina
7. Rueben Randle WR/LSU
8. AJ Jenkins WR/Illinois
9. Chris Givens WR/Wake Forest
10. Juron Criner WR/Arizona State
11. Marvin Jones WR/Cal
12. Brian Quick WR/Appalachian State
13. Tommy Streeter WR/Miami
14. Marvin McNutt WR/Iowa
15. Ryan Broyles WR/Oklahoma
16. TY Hilton WR/FIU
17. Devon Wylie WR/Fresno State
18. Jarius Wright WR/Arkansas
19. TJ Graham WR/NC State
20. Rishard Matthews WR/Nevada
21. Dwight Jones WR/North Carolina
22. Nick Toon WR/Wisconsin
23. DeVier Posey WR/Ohio State
24. Greg Childs WR/Arkansas
25. Joe Adams WR/Arkansas
26. Chris Owusu WR/Stanford
27. Jeff Fuller Wr/Texas A&M
28. Gerell Robinson WR/Arizona State
29. Eric Page WR/Toledo
30. Keshawn Martin WR/Michigan State
31. Junior Hemingway WR/Michigan
32. Danny Coale WR/Virginia Tech
33. LaVon Brazill WR/Ohio
34. Marquis Maze WR/Alabama
35. Dale Moss WR/South Dakota State
36. Jarrett Boykin WR/Virginia Tech
37. BJ Cunningham WR/Michigan State
38. Jordan White WR/Western Michigan
39. Thomas Mayo WR/Cal (PA)
40. Tim Benford WR/Tennessee Tech
41. Julian Talley WR/UMass
42. Kashif Moore WR/UConn
43. Jerrell Jackson WR/Missouri
44. Tre Gray WR/Richmond
45. Da’Jon McKnight WR/Minnesota
46. Derek Moye WR/Penn State
47. Toney Clemons WR/Colorado
48. Devin Goda WR/Slippery Rock
49. Nelson Rosario WR/UCLA
50. Chris Summers WR/Liberty

TE:

1. Coby Fleener TE/Stanford
2. Dwayne Allen TE/Clemson
3. Orson Charles TE/Georgia
4. Ladarius Green TE/Louisiana-Lafayette
5. Taylor Thompson TE/SMU
6. Deangelo Peterson TE/LSU
7. Michael Egnew TE/Missouri
8. Evan Rodriguez TE/Temple
9. James Hanna TE/Oklahoma
10. Adrien Robinson TE/Cincinnati
11. Matt Veldman TE/North Dakota State
12. Corey Harkey TE/UCLA
13. Rhett Ellison TE/USC
14. Brian Linthicum TE/Michigan State
15. Chase Fore TE/Miami (FL)
16. Emil Igwenagu TE/UMass
17. David Paulson TE/Oregon
18. George Bryan TE/NC State
19. Derek Carrier TE/Beloit
20. Garrett Celek TE/Michigan State
21. Lamont Bryant TE/Morgan State
22. Kevin Koger TE/Michigan
23. Brad Smelley TE/Alabama
24. Anthony Miller TE/California
25. Drake Dunsmore TE/Northwestern

OT:

1. Matt Kalil OT/USC
2. Riley Reiff OT/Iowa
3. Bobby Massie OT/Ole Miss
4. Mike Adams OT/Ohio State
5. Jonathan Martin OT/Stanford
6. Jeff Allen OT/Illinois
7. James Brown OT/Troy
8. Mitchell Schwartz OT/California
9. Zebrie Sanders OT/Florida State
10. Donald Stephenson OT/Oklahoma
11. Tom Compton OT/South Dakota
12. Tony Bergstrom OT/Utah
13. Matt McCants OT/UAB
14. Andrew Datko OT/Florida State
15. Dustin Waldron OT/Portland State
16. Brandon Mosley OT/Auburn
17. Jeff Adams OT/Columbia
18. Nate Potter OT/Boise State
19. Levy Adcock OT/Oklahoma State
20. Matt Reynolds OT/BYU
21. Joe Long OT/Wayne State
22. Markus Zusevics OT/Iowa
23. Blake DeChristopher OT/Virginia Tech
24. Lamar Holmes OT/Southern Miss
25. Marcel Jones OT/Nebraska

OG:

1. David DeCastro OG/Stanford
2. Cordy Glenn OG/Georgia
3. Amini Silatolu OG/Midwestern State
4. Kevin Zeitler OG/Wisconsin
5. Kelechi Osemele OG/Iowa State
6. Brandon Washington OG/Miami (FL)
7. Senio Kelemte OG/Washington
8. Brandon Brooks OG/Miami (OH)
9. Adam Gettis OG/Iowa
10. Lucas Nix OG/Pitt
11. Ryan Miller OG/Colorado
12. Joe Looney OG/Wake Forest
13. Johnnie Troutman OG/Penn State
14. Kelvin Beachum OG/SMU
15. Rokevious Watkins OG/South Carolina
16. Desmond Wynn OG/Rutgers
17. Derek Dennis OG/Temple
18. Rishaw Johnson OG/Cal (PA)
19. Jaymes Brooks OG/Virginia Tech
20. Don Barclay OG/West Virginia
21. Andrew Tiller OG/Syracuse
22. Will Blackwell OG/LSU
23. Antoine McClain OG/Clemson
24. Robert Griffin OG/Baylor
25. Mark Asper OG/Oregon

C:

1. Peter Konz C/Wisconsin
2. Ben Jones C/Georgia
3. Michael Brewster C/Ohio State
4. Philip Blake C/Baylor
5. David Molk C/Michigan
6. Quentin Saulsberry C/Mississippi State
7. Garth Gerhart C/Arizona State
8. Moe Petrus C/UConn
9. William Vlachos C/Alabama
10. Chris Anzevino C/Kent State
11. Scott Wedige C/Northern Illinois
12. Grant Garner C/Oklahoma State
13. Tyler Horn C/Miami (FL)
14. Jason Slowey C/Western Oregon
15. Terence Brown C/BYU

DE:

1. Melvin Ingram DE/South Carolina
2. Quinton coples DE/North Carolina
3. Courtney Upshaw DE/Alabama
4. Shea McClellin DE/Boise State
5. Nick Perry DE/USC
6. Andre Branch DE/Clemson
7. Whitney Mercilus DE/Illinois
8. Andre Branch DE/Clemson
9. Chandler Jones DE/Syracuse
10. Vinny Curry DE/Marshall
11. Cam Johnson DE/Virginia
12. Jake Bequette DE/Arkansas
13. Jonathan Massaquoi DE/Troy
14. Olivier Vernon DE/Miami
15. Trevor Guyton DE/Cal
16. Tyrone Crawford DE/Boise State
17. Malik Jackson DE/Tennessee
18. Jared Crick DE/Nebraska
19. Frank Alexander DE/Oklahoma
20. Tim Fugger DE/Vanderbilt
21. Jack Crawford DE/Penn State
22. Julian Miller DE/West Virginia
23. Jacquies Smith DE/Missouri
24. Kourtnei Brown DE/Clemson
25. Josue Ortiz DE/Harvard
26. Jamie Blatnick DE/Oklahoma State
27. Kentrell Lockett DE/Ole Miss
28. Justin Francis DE/Rutgers
29. Donte Paige-Moss DE/North Carolina
30. Scot Solomon DE/Rice
31. Ernest Owusu DE/Cal
32. Louis Nzegwu DE/Wisconsin
33. Ben Martin DE/Tennessee
34. Kaelin Burnett DE/Nevada
35. Brian McNally DE/New Hampshire

DT:

1. Fletcher Cox DT/Mississippi State
2. Dontari Poe DT/Memphis
3. Michael Brockers DT/LSU
4. Devon Still DT/Penn State
5. Kendall Reyes DT/UConn
6. Jerel Worthy DT/Michigan State
7. Alameda Ta’amu DT/Washington
8. Brandon Thompson DT/Clemson
9. Josh Chapman DT/Alabama
10. Derek Wolfe DT/Cincinnati
11. Mike Martin DT/Michigan
12. Billy Winn DT/Boise State
13. Jaye Howard DT/Florida
14. Hebron Fangupo DT/BYU
15. DaJohn Harris DT/USC
16. Brett Roy DT/Nevada
17. Kheeston Randall DT/Texas
18. Akiem Hicks DT/Regina
19. Mike Daniels DT/Iowa
20. Dominique Hamilton DT/Missouri
21. Marcus Forston DT/Miami (FL)
22. Myles Wade DT/Portland State
23. Travian Robertson DT/South Carolina
24. Nicolas Jean-Baptiste DT/Baylor
25. Tony Jerod-Eddie DT/Texas A&M
26. Tydreke Powell DT/North Carolina
27. DeAngelo Tyson DT/Georgia
28. Chase Baker DT/Boise State
29. Ronnie Cameron DT/Old Dominion
30. Myles Caragein DT/Pitt

OLB:

1. Zach Brown LB/North Carolina
2. Audie Cole LB/North Carolina State
3. Lavonte David LB/Nebraska
4. Demario Davis LB/Arkansas State
5. Terrell Manning LB/NC State
6. Nigel Bradham LB/Florida State
7. Sean Spence LB/Miami (FL)
8. Keenan Robinson LB/Texas
9. Bruce Irvin LB/West Virginia
10. Kyle Wilber LB/Wake Forest
11. Brandon Lindsey LB/Pitt
12. Miles Burris LB/San Diego State
13. Jerell Harris LB/Alabama
14. Sammy Brown LB/Houston
15. Josh Kaddu LB/Oregon
16. Darius Fleming LB/Notre Dame
17. Danny Trevathan LB/Kentucky
18. Tyler Nielsen LB/Iowa
19. Donovan Richard LB/South Carolina State
20. Tahir Whitehead LB/Temple
21. Brandon Marshall LB/Nevada
22. DJ Bryant LB/James Madison
23. Donovan Robinson LB/Jackson State
24. Cameron Collins LB/Oregon State
25. Ryan Davis LB/Bethune-Cookman

ILB:

1. Luke Kuechly LB/Boston College
2. Mychal Kendricks LB/Cal
3. Bobby Wagner LB/Utah State
4. Dont’a Hightower LB/Alabama
5. Ronnell Lewis LB/Oklahoma
6. James Michael-Johnson LB/Nevada
7. Travis Lewis LB/Oklahoma
8. Vontaze Burfict LB/Arizona State
9. Jerry Franklin LB/Arkansas
10. Emmanuel Acho LB/Texas
11. Najee Goode LB/West Virginia
12. Adrien Cole LB/Louisiana Tech
13. Shawn Louiseau LB/Merrimack
14. Tank Carder LB/TCU
15. Chris Galippo LB/USC
16. Caleb McSturdy LB/Maine
17. DJ Holt LB/Cal
18. Marcus Dowtin LB/North Alabama
19. Chris Marve LB/Vanderbilt
20. Jake Trantin LB/William & Mary

CB:

1. Morris Claiborne CB/LSU
2. Stephen Gilmore CB/South Carolina
3. Dre Kirkpatrick CB/Alabama
4. Josh Robinson CB/UCF
5. Janoris Jenkins CB/North Alabama
6. Jamell Fleming CB/Oklahoma
7. Brandon Boykin CB/Georgia
8. Dwight Bentley CB/Louisiana-Lafayette
9. Casey Hayward CB/Vanderbilt
10. Leonard Johnson CB/Iowa State
11. Ryan Steed CB/Furman
12. Jayron Hosley CB/Virginia Tech
13. Alfonzo Dennard CB/Nebraska
14. Josh Norman CB/Coastal Carolina
15. Chase Minnifield CB/Virginia
16. Coryell Judie CB/Texas AM
17. Ron Brooks CB/LSU
18. Justin Bethel CB/Presbyterian
19. Mike Harris CB/Florida State
20. Chris Greenwood CB/Albion
21. Omar Bolden CB/Arizona State
22. Asa Jackson CB/Cal Poly
23. Donnie Fletcher CB/Boston College
24. Trevin Wade CB/Arizona
25. Shaun Prater CB/Iowa
26. Coty Sensabaugh CB/Clemson
27. Micah Pellerin CB/Hampton
28. Charles Brown CB/North Carolina
29. Cliff Harris CB/Oregon
30. Jeremy Lane CB/Northwestern State
31. Keith Tandy CB/West Virginia
32. Terrence Frederick CB/Texas A&M
33. DeAndre Presley CB/Appalachian State
34. Emanuel Davis CB/ECU
35. Buddy Jackson CB/Pitt
36. Lionel Smith CB/Texas A&M
37. Jeremy Caldwell CB/Eastern Kentucky
38. Antonio Fenelus CB/Wisconsin
39. Josh Bellamy CB/Louisville
40. Isaiah Frey CB/Nevada

S:

1. Mark Barron S/Alabama
2. Trumaine Johnson S/Montana
3. George Iloka S/Boise State
4. Markelle Martin S/Oklahoma State
5. Harrison Smith S/Notre Dame
6. Phillip Thomas S/Syracuse
7. Antonio Allen S/South Carolina
8. Brandon Taylor S/LSU
9. Brandon Hardin S/Oregon State
10. DeQuan Menzie S/Alabama
11. Trenton Robinson S/Michigan State
12. Christian Thompson S/South Carolina State
13. Janzen Jackson S/McNeese State
14. Aaron Henry S/Wisconsin
15. Winston Guy S/Kentucky
16. Jerron McMillian S/Maine
17. Tavon Wilson S/Illinois
18. Duke Ihenacho S/San Jose State
19. Kelcie McCray S/Arkansas State
20. Cyhl Quarles S/Wake Forest
21. Corey White S/Samford
22. Charles Mitchell S/Mississippi State
23. Chris Forcier S/Furman
24. Sean Richardson S/Vanderbilt
25. Eddie Pleasant S/Oregon

K:

1. Carson Wiggs K/Purdue
2. Greg Zuerlein K/Missouri Western State
3. Blair Walsh K/Georgia
4. Danny Hrapmann K/Southern Miss
5. Randy Bullock K/Texas A&M
6. Phillip Welch K/Wisconsin

P:
1. Bryan Anger P/Cal
2. Brian Stahovich P/San Diego State
3. Drew Butler P/Georgia
4. Brad Nortman P/Wisconsin
5. Shawn Powell P/Florida Stat
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Not a big Chandler Jones fan Shane? I've been hearing his stock is skyrocketing and could go top 20 on Thursday. What are your thoughts on him?
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I dont get the love for josh robinson
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Not a big Chandler Jones fan Shane? I've been hearing his stock is skyrocketing and could go top 20 on Thursday. What are your thoughts on him?
I've gone back and force. Thought he was underrated to start and now he has gotten overrated. More of a 2nd round pick to me, but he definitely has the physical attributes to be a dominant player, so this may look bad in a few years. I'd just rather take the chance on someone with better tape who has close to that type of physical ability (a la the guys I have rated over him). He probably will go Top 20, but not my cup of tea.
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I dont get the love for josh robinson
You see the potential when you rewatch him against AJ Green. He is crafty, tough, and fluid. He is willing to make plays on the ball and not let very good WRs just dominate. Add in that timed speed, there is major upside.
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If you ranked Cordy Glenn as a tackle where would he be.
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3rd for me.

I'm just not a big Hightower guy, misses tackles, doesn't shed blocks too well. He can rush the passer a bit, but I think he is overrated.
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Shane's dark horses creeping up the lists as draft day approaches:

Audie Cole ILB, NC St.
Bobby Wagner OLB, Utah St.
Josh Robinson CB, UCF

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You see the potential when you rewatch him against AJ Green. He is crafty, tough, and fluid. He is willing to make plays on the ball and not let very good WRs just dominate. Add in that timed speed, there is major upside.
Wagner is a real diamond in the rough from what I know about him, had an excellent Senior Bowl & was North squad's Most Outstanding Player, led the WAC with 115 tackles. Outstanding in Utah St's near-upset at Auburn in the opener & vs. Nevada.

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3rd for me.

I'm just not a big Hightower guy, misses tackles, doesn't shed blocks too well. He can rush the passer a bit, but I think he is overrated.
everything ive seen of him hes excellent at shedding blocks
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everything ive seen of him hes excellent at shedding blocks
I don't think so in the run game. I have seen him get run off the ball a lot against higher caliber linemen.
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Is it me or is WR extremely deep this year? You have a few guys ranked in the 30's who I love like Brazill, Cunningham, and White.
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Shane, was are your knocks on Sweezy and Kuhn to not have them listed as DT's? Just wondering. Thanks!
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Shane, was are your knocks on Sweezy and Kuhn to not have them listed as DT's? Just wondering. Thanks!
Didn't feel like Sweezy's combine showcased him well. He is average on tape and looks like PFA at best. Kuhn may have a draftable shot, but I see some glaring holes in his leverage game that won't allow him to see the field. Just don't see either cutting it in the NFL.
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EXTREMELY deep. Upwards of 35-40 WRs could be drafted this year
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