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2008

Quarterbacks
1. Brian Brohm – Louisville
2. Andre Woodson – Kentucky
3. Colt Brennan - Hawaii
4. Chad Henne – Michigan
5. John David Booty – USC
6. Erik Ainge – Tennessee
7. Matt Ryan – Boston College
8. Sam Keller – Nebraska
9. Anthony Morelli – Penn State
10. Josh Johnson – San Diego
11. Matt Flynn – LSU
12. Ricky Santos – New Hampshire
13. Blake Mitchell – South Carolina
14. Paul Smith – Tulsa
15. Omar Haugabook – Troy State
16. Kyle Wright - Miami
17. Dennis Dixon - Oregon
18. Brandon Cox - Auburn
19. Bret Meyer - Iowa State
20. Bernard Morris - Marshall
21. Caleb Hanie - Colorado State
22. Adam Tafralis – San Jose State
23. Martin Hankins - Memphis
24. Sedale Threatt – Lehigh
25. Alex Brink – Washington State
26. Eric Sanders - Northern Iowa
27. Kevin O’Connel – San Diego State
28. Joe Flacco - Delaware
29. Mike Kokal - Miami-Ohio
30. Liam O'Hagan - Harvard
31. Ben Mauk – Cincinnati
32. T.C. Ostrander – Stanford
33. Willie Copeland – Valdosta State
34. Jeremy Young – Southern Miss
35. Leon Jackson III – Utah State

Running Backs
1. Mike Hart – Michigan
2. Tashard Choice – Georgia Tech
3. Cory Boyd – South Carolina
4. Dantrell Savage – Oklahoma State
5. Rafael Little – Kentucky
6. Allen Patrick – Oklahoma
7. Yvenson Bernard – Oregon State
8. Albert Young – Iowa
9. Ryan Torain – Arizona State
10. Justin Forsett – California
11. Amir Pinnix – Minnesota
12. Chauncey Washington - USC
13. Micah Andrews – Wake Forest
14. Kalvin McCrae - Ohio
15. Lance Ball - Maryland
16. Chris Markey – UCLA
17. BenJarvus Green-Ellis – Ole Miss
18. Jamar Brittingham – Bloomsburg
19. Anthony Alridge – Houston (WR)
20. Xavier Omon – Northwest Missouri State
21. Austin Scott - Penn State
22. Alley Broussard – LSU
23. Kevin Richardson - Appalachian State
24. Jamario Thomas – North Texas
25. Hershel Dennis - USC
26. L.V. Whitworth - Boston College
27. Kregg Lumpkin – Georgia
28. Lynell Hamilton – San Diego State
29. Danny Woodhead - Chadron State
30. Thomas Brown – Georgia
31. Lex Hilliard - Montana
32. Marcus Thomas - UTEP
33. Omar Cuff - Deleware
34. Hugh Charles - Colroado
35. Yonus Davis - San Jose State
36. Jehuu Caulcrick – Michigan State
37. Calvin Dawson – Louisiana Monroe
38. Bobby Washington - Eastern Kentucky
39. Andre Callender – Boston College
40. Cassen Jackson-Garrison – Vanderbilt
41. Tony Temple – Missouri
42. Justin Beaver – Wisconsin Whitewater
43. Louis Rankin – Washington
44. Greg Moore – Cincinnati
45. Brandon Whitaker – Baylor

Fullbacks
1. Peyton Hillis - Arkansas
2. Owen Schmitt – West Virginia
3. Jacob Hester - LSU
4. Adam Ballard - Navy
5. Jerome Felton – Furman
6. Doug Jones – Cincinnati
7. Chris Pressley - Wisconsin
8. Mike Cox – Georgia Tech
9. Carl Stewart - Auburn
10. Lanard Stafford – South Carolina

Wide Receivers
1. Early Doucet - LSU
2. Adarius Bowman – Oklahoma State
3. Limas Sweed - Texas
4. Harry Douglas - Louisville
5. Keenan Burton - Kentucky
6. Andre Caldwell - Florida
7. D.J. Hall - Alabama
8. Marcus Monk – Arkansas
9. Dorien Bryant - Purdue
10. Amarri Jackson – South Florida
11. Sammie Stroughter – Oregon State
12. Lance Legget - Miami
13. Derek Kinder - PITT
14. Travis Brown - New Mexico
15. Shaheer McBride – Delaware State
16. Darius Reynaud – West Virginia
17. Jason Rivers – Hawaii
18. Rudy Burgess - Arizona State
19. William Franklin - Missouri
20. Todd Blythe – Iowa State
21. Keith Brown - Alabama
22. Cameron Colvin - Oregon
23. Eddie Royal – Virginia Tech
24. Mark Bradford – Stanford
25. DuVaughn Flagler – Gardner-Webb
26. Paul Hubbard – Wisconsin
27. Donnie Avery – Houston
28. Terrence Nunn - Nebraska
29. Decody Fagg – Florida State
30. Ernie Wheelwright - Minnesota
31. Marcel Reece – Washington
32. Pierre Garcon – Mount Union
33. Marcus Henry - Kansas
34. Jordy Nelson - Kansas State
35. Billy Pittman – Texas
36. Michael Bumpus – Washington State
37. Kevin Robinson – Utah State
38. Patrick Carter – Louisville
39. Robert Jordan - CAL
40. Sean Bailey – Georgia
41. Alex Watson - Northern Arizona
42. Kyle Ingraham - Purdue
43. Kevin Challenger – Boston College
44. Darrell Blackman – North Carolina State
45. Lavelle Hawkins – CAL
46. Jerome Simpson - Coastal Carolina
47. Tyrone Prothro – Alabama (injured)
48. Evan Moore - Stanford
49. Danny Amendola – Texas Tech
50. Micah Rucker - Eastern Illinois

Tight Ends
1. Fred Davis - USC
2. Martin Rucker - Missouri
3. John Carlson – Notre Dame
4. Kellen Davis – Michigan State
5. Tom Santi – Virginia
6. Dustin Keller - Purdue
7. Jacob Tamme - Kentucky
8. Joey Haynos - Maryland
9. Kory Sperry - Colorado State
10. Anthony Hill – North Carolina State
11. Chris Hopkins – Toledo
12. Chris Brown – Tennessee
13. Tate Casey - Florida
14. Gary Barnidge - Louisville
15. Darrell Strong - PITT
16. Derek Fine – Kansas
17. Ben Barkema - Iowa State
18. Cole Bennett - Auburn
19. Craig Stevens - CAL
20. Eric Butler – Mississippi State
21. Blake Martin – Sam Houston State
22. Blake Powers - Indiana
23. Andy Boyd – South Carolina
24. Marcel Frost – Jacksonville State
25. Ryan Thompson – Boston College
26. Joe Jon Finley - Oklahoma
27. John Tereshinski – Wake Forest
28. Bear Pascoe – Fresno State
29. Wade Betschart – Wyoming
30. Chris Wagner – South Dakota State
Offensive Tackles
1. Jake Long – Michigan
2. Sam Baker - USC
3. Tony Hills Jr. - Texas
4. Barry Richardson - Clemson
5. Kirk Barton - Ohio State
6. Gosder Cherilus – Boston College
7. King Dunlap - Auburn
8. Duane Brown – Virginia Tech
9. Heath Bennedict - Newberry
10. Chris Williams - Vanderbilt
11. Pedro Sosa – Rutgers
12. Eric Young - Tennessee
13. Carl Nicks - Nebraska
14. John Greco - Toledo
15. Akim Millington - Illinois
16. Shannon Boatman – Florida State
17. Jeremy Zuttah – Rutgers
18. Jeff Otah - PITT
19. Phil Trautwein - Florida
20. Dylan Thiry - Northwestern
21. Jason Boone - Utah
22. Brian Stamper - Vanderbilt
23. Cody Balogh - Montana
24. Mike Gyetavi – Michigan State
25. Brandon Rodd - Arizona State
26. Peter Graniello - Arizona
27. Chad Rinehart – Northern Iowa
28. Drew Radovich – USC
29. David Hale – Weber State
30. Corey Clark – Texas A&M

Interior Lineman
1. Will Arnold - LSU
2. John Sullivan – Notre Dame
3. Jordan Grimes - Purdue
4. Shannon Tevaga - UCLA
5. Roy Schuening – Oregon State
6. Robert Felton – Arkansas
7. Steve Justice - Wake Forest
8. Doug Legursky - Marshall
9. Andrew Crummey – Maryland
10. Kirk Elder - Texas A&M
11. Ryan Wendell – Fresno State
12. Korey Lichtensteiger – Bowling Green
13. Brandon Walker - Oklahoma
14. Adam Kraus - Micigan
15. Andrew Bain – Miami
16. Bobby Byrd – Washington State
17. Trevor Rees – Northwestern
18. Mike Fladell – Rutgers
19. Rocky Hanni – Eastern Washington
20. John Shaw – Penn State
21. Adam Speiker - Missouri
22. Chester Adams - Georgia
23. Tony Brinkhaus - Minnesota
24. Derrick Morse - Miami
25. Kalani Heppe – North Carolina State

Defensive Tackles
1. Glenn Dorsey - LSU
2. Frank Okam - Texas
3. Sedrick Ellis - USC
4. Marcus Harrison - Arkansas
5. Dre Moore - Maryland
6. DeMario Pressley – North Carolina State
7. Andre Fluellen – Florida State
8. Red Bryant – Texas A&M
9. Keilen Dykes - West Virginia
10. Nick Hayden – Wisconsin
11. Eric Foster - Rutgers
12. B.J. Raji – Boston College
13. Korey Robertson - Virginia Tech
14. Ropati Pitoitua – Washington State
15. James McClinton - Kansas
16. Paul Griffin – Florida State
17. Chris Norwell – Illinois
18. Carlton Powell – Virginia Tech
19. Gabe Long – Utah
20. Josh Thompson - Auburn
21. Tony Jenkins – Syracuse
22. Kevin Brown – UCLA
23. Michael Lafaele – Hawaii
24. Blake Smith – Colorado State
25. Chris Bradwell – Troy State
26. J.T. Mapu – Tennessee
27. Trevor Laws – Notre Dame
28. Martavius Prince – Southern Miss
29. Woody George – South Florida
30. Lorenzo Williams – Missouri

Defensive Ends
1. Chris Long - Virginia
2. Lawrence Jackson - USC
3. Tommy Blake - TCU (3-4 OLB)
4. Louis Holmes - Arizona
5. Bruce Davis - UCLA (3-4 OLB)
6. Quentin Groves - Auburn (3-4 OLB)
7. Kenny Iwebema - Iowa
8. Chris Ellis – Virginia Tech
9. Kendal Langford - Hampton
10. Wallace Gilberry - Alabama
11. Nathan Peterson – Oklahoma State
12. Jesse Nading – Colorado State
13. Darrell Robertson - Georgia Tech
14. Antonio Reynolds – Tennessee
15. Dorian Smith – Oregon State
16. Alex Boston – Florida State
17. Joe Clermond – PITT
18. Chase Ortiz – TCU
19. Jameel McClain – Syracuse
20. Jeff Van Orsow – Oregon State
21. Adamm Oliver – Georgia Tech
22. Nick Larkin – Boston College
23. Bryan Mattison – Iowa
24. Brian Johnston – Gardner Webb
25. Cliff Avril – Purdue
26. Ervin Baldwin – Michigan State
27. Greyson Gunheim – Washington
28. Greg Moore – Elizabeth City State College
29. Chris McKillop – PITT
30. Tyler Clutts – Fresno State
31. Chris Harrington – Texas A&M
32. Robert Henderson – Southern Miss
33. Curtis Gatewood – Vanderbilt
34. Sherman Logan – Richmond
35. Tavares Jones – Middle Tennessee State

Linebackers
1. Xavier Adibi – Virginia Tech
2. Keith Rivers - USC
3. Jasper Brinkley – South Carolina
4. Dan Connor – Penn State
5. Vince Hall – Virginia Tech
6. Shawn Crable – Michigan
7. J Leman – Illinois
8. Jonathan Goff - Vanderbilt
9. Phillip Wheeler – Georgia Tech
10. Brian Toal – Boston College
11. Malik Jackson – Louisville
12. Ali Highsmith - LSU
13. Mike Klinkenborg - Iowa
14. Beau Bell – UNLV
15. Jolonn Dunbar – Boston College
16. Bo Ruud - Nebraska
17. Wesley Woodyard – Kentucky
18. Corey McKeon – Nebraska
19. Tavares Gooden - Miami
20. Mike Humpal – Iowa
21. Brandon Miller - Georgia
22. Anthony Heygood - Purdue
23. Jeremy Jones - UTEP
24. Gian Villante - Hofstra
25. Ben Moffit - South Florida
26. Jordan Dizon – Colorado
27. Steve Octavien – Nebraska
28. Ezra Butler – Nevada
29. Trey Bennet – McNeese State
30. Thomas Keith – Central Michigan
31. Derrick Dogget – Oregon State
32. Mark Dodge – Texas A&M
33. Alvin Bowen – Iowa State
34. Spencer Larson - Arizona
35. Bobby Hathaway – West Virginia
36. Casper Brinkley – South Carolina
37. Robert Killibrew – Texas
38. Larry Grant – Ohio State
39. Maurice Crum – Notre Dame
40. Nick Watkins – Clemson

Cornerbacks
1. Antoine Cason - Arizona
2. Zackary Bowman - Nebraska
3. Dwight Lowery – San Jose State
4. Mike Jenkins – South Florida
5. DeJuan Tribble – Boston College
6. Simeon Castille – Alabama
7. Terrell Thomas - USC
8. Jack Williams - Kent State
9. Stanley Franks - Idaho
10. Trae Williams - South Florida
11. Jonathan Zenon - LSU
12. Wilrey Fontenot - Arizona
13. Terrence Wheatley – Colorado
14. Glenn Sharpe – Miami
15. Chevis Jackson - LSU
16. Brandon Carr – Grand Valley State
17. Tracy Porter - Indiana
18. Jonathan Wilhite - Auburn
19. Ambrose Wooden - Notre Dame
20. Morgan Trent –Michigan
21. Charles Godfrey – Iowa
22. Julius Stinson - Wyoming
23. Martel Van Zant – Oklahoma State
24. Ian Whittington - West Liberty State
25. Antonio Lewis - West Virginia
26. Alfred Phillips – Wagner
27. Matterral Richardson – Arkansas
28. Roy Lewis – Washington
29. Rodney Van – UCLA
30. Jimmy Wilson - Montana

Safeties
1. Jonathan Hefney - Tennessee
2. Quintin Demps – UTEP
3. Jamar Adams - Michigan
4. Tom Zbikowski – Notre Dame
5. Chris Horton – UCLA
6. Darien Williams - Oklahoma
7. Nehemiah Warrick – Michigan State
8. Tyrell Johnson - Arkansas State
9. Tierre Green - Nebraska
10. Jamal Lewis – Georgia Tech
11. Marcus Griffin – Texas
12. Christian Varner - Maryland
13. Roger Williams – Florida State
14. Japhus Brown – Texas A&M
15. Bobby Williams – Bethune Cookman
16. Tony Joiner – Florida
17. Kevin Mitchell - Illinois
18. Tony Lezotte – James Madison
19. Corey Lynch – Appalachian State
20. Kelin Johnson - Georgia
21. Ron Girault – Rutgers
22. Thomas Decoud – CAL
23. Dennis Keyes – UCLA
24. Reshard Langford – Vanderbilt
25. Eric Wicks – West Virginia
26. Jamie Silva – Boston College
27. Brandon Sumrall – Southern Miss
28. Donovan Woods – Oklahoma State
29. Marcus Watts - Kansas State
30. Dominique Barber - Minnesota
31. Dowayne Davis – Syracuse
32. Damon Nickson – Middle Tennessee State
33. Joe Garcia – Texas Tech
34. Haruki Nakamura – Cincinnati
35. Josh Barrett – Arizona State

Kickers
1. Alexis Serna – Oregon State
2. Brandon Coutu - Georgia
3. Art Carmody - Louisville
4. Jeremy Ito – Rutgers
5. Connor Barth – North Carolina

Punters
1. Ken Debauche - Wisconsin
2. Durant Brooks - Georgia Tech
3. Geoffrey Price – Notre Dame
4. Dave Brytus - PITT
5. Jared Armstrong – Purdue

2009

Quarterbacks
1. Bobby Reid – Oklahoma State
2. Chase Holbrook - New Mexico State
3. Nate Longshore – California
4. Chase Daniel - Missouri
5. Ben Olson – UCLA
6. Curtis Painter – Purdue
7. Xavier Lee – Florida State
8. Rudy Carpenter – Arizona State
9. Stephen McGee – Texas A&M
10. Hunter Cantwell - Louisville
11. Willie Tuitama - Arizona
12. Mike Teel - Rutgers
13. Graham Harrell - Texas Tech
14. Rhett Bomar - Sam Houston State
15. Brian Johnson – Utah
16. Taylor Bennet - Georgia Tech
17. John Parker Wilson - Alabama
18. Allan Everidge – Wisconsin
19. Sean Glennon – Virginia Tech
20. Chris Nickson - Vanderbilt
21. Patrick Cowan – UCLA
22. Rocky Hinds - UNLV
23. Kirby Freeman – Miami
24. Tyler Lorenzen - UCONN
25. Brian Hoyer - Michigan State

Running Backs
1. Darren McFadden – Arkansas
2. Jonathan Stewart - Oregon
3. Steve Slaton – West Virginia
4. Antone Smith – Florida State
5. Ray Rice – Rutgers
6. Felix Jones – Arkansas
7. James Davis - Clemson
8. Brandon Ore – Virginia Tech
9. Jamaal Charles – Texas
10. Rashard Mendenhall - Illinois
11. Andre Brown – North Carolina State
12. Ian Johnson- Boise State
13. Tyrell Sutton - Northwestern
14. Tyrell Fenroy – Louisiana Lafayette
15. Marlon Lucky - Nebraska
16. Toney Baker – North Carolina State
17. Brad Lester – Auburn
18. Javon Ringer – Michigan State
19. Ontario Sneed – Central Michigan
20. Kyle Bell - Colorado State
21. DeMyron Martin – Southern Methodist
22. Kevin Smith – Central Florida
23. Marcus Thigpen - Indiana
24. George Stripling – Louisville
25. Keshtan Moore – Florida
26. Matt Asiata – Utah
27. Jeremiah Johnson – Oregon
28. Patrick Jackson – Louisiana Tech
29. Jimmy Johns - Alabama
30. Mike Davis - South Carolina
31. Arian Foster – Tennessee
32. Devin Moore - Wyoming
33. Rashad Jennings - Liberty
34. Aaron Brown – TCU
35. Kahlil Bell – UCLA

Fullbacks
1. Jorvorskie Lane – Texas A&M
2. Brannan Southerland - Georgia
3. Fui Vakapunu – BYU
4. Asaph Schwapp –Notre Dame
5. Conredge Collins – PITT

Wide Receivers
1. Desean Jackson - CAL
2. Malcolm Kelly - Oklahoma
3. Mario Manningham - Michigan
4. Earl Bennet - Vanderbilt
5. Patrick Turner - USC
6. Jaison Williams - Oregon
7. Davone Bess – Hawaii
8. James Hardy - Indiana
9. Greg Carr – Florida State
10. Mario Urrutia - Louisville
11. Jarret Dillard - Rice
12. Derrick Williams – Penn State
13. Adrian Arrington – Michigan
14. Pat White – West Virginia
15. Brian Robiskie - Ohio State
16. Kenny McKinley – South Carolina
17. Mohamed Massaquoi – Georgia
18. Louis Murphy – Florida
19. Marcus Everett – UCLA
20. Selwyn Lymon - Purdue
21. Kayne Farquharson – Miami
22. Mike Wallace – Ole Miss
23. Andy Brodell – Iowa
24. Darius Passmore – Marshall
25. Juaquin Iglesias – Oklahoma
26. Aaron Kelly - Clemson
27. Michael Thomas – Arizona
28. Dante Love – Ball State
29. Dicky Lyons – Kentucky
30. Kenny O’Neal - Tennessee
31. A.J. Harris – New Mexico State
32. Deon Butler – Penn State
33. R.J. Sumrall – Iowa State
34. Richard Goodman – Florida State
35. Marcus Randle El - Wisconsin
36. Quan Crosby – Texas
37. Danny Oquendo – Maryland
38. Steven Black - Memphis
39. Brent Casteel – Utah
40. Nate Swift – Nebraska
41. Jordan Norwood – Penn State
42. James Johnson – Georgia Tech
43. Nikkita Stover - Alabama
44. David Richmond – San Jose State
45. Casey Flair - UNLV
46. Tiquan Underwood – Rutgers
47. Amp Hill – South Florida
48. Matt Wykes – Kansas State
49. Brandon Robinson – Boston College
50. Britt Davis – Northern Illinois


Tight Ends
1. Martellus Bennet – Texas A&M
2. Travis Beckum - Wisconsin
3. Cornelius Ingram - Florida
4. Chase Coffman - Missouri
5. DajLeon Farr – Miami
6. Shawn Nelson – Southern Miss
7. Tripp Chandler - Georgia
8. Tony Moeaki - Iowa
9. Rory Nichol - Ohio State
10. Jack Simmons – Minnesota
11. Darius Hill - Ball State
12. Brandon Pettigrew - Oklahoma State
13. Bear Pascoe – Fresno State
14. Tom Ferron – Syracuse
15. Dan Gronkowski – Maryland

Offensive Tackles
1. Ryan Clady – Boise State
2. Michael Oher – Ole Miss
3. Alex Boone - Ohio State
4. Lydon Murtha - Nebraska
5. Dace Richardson – Iowa
6. Reggie Youngblood – Miami
7. Max Unger - Oregon
8. Eugene Monroe - Virginia
9. Jason Smith – Baylor
10. Eric VandenHeuevel – Wisconsin
11. Phil Loadholt - Oklahoma
12. Sean Sester – Purdue
13. George Bussey – Louisville
14. Brandon Braxton - Oklahoma
15. Andrew Gardner – Georgia Tech
16. Yemi Babalola – Texas A&M
17. Andrew Hartline – Central Michigan
18. Dallas Reynolds – BYU
19. Jon Brost – Northern Illinois
20. Ryan Stanchek – West Virginia
21. Paul Duncan – Notre Dame
22. Mike Tepper – CAL
23. Jamon Merideth – South Carolina
24. Franklin Dunbar – Middle Tennessee State
25. Bradis McGriff – San Jose State

Interior Lineman
1. Antoine Caldwell - Alabama
2. Jeremy Perry – Oregon State
3. Herman Johnson - LSU
4. Jonathan Luigs – Arkansas
5. George Robinson - Oklahoma
6. Cedric Dockery - Texas
7. Kraig Urbik – Wisconsin
8. Ray Feinga - BYU
9. Jeff Byers – USC
10. Steve Rehring - Ohio State
11. Eric Wood - Louisville
12. Alex Mack - California
13. Ramon Foster – Tennessee
14. Jon Cooper – Oklahoma
15. Dumaka Atkins - Florida State
16. Brandon Albert – Virginia
17. Andy Kemp – Wisconsin
18. Matt Slauson – Nebraska
19. Curtis Crouch – North Carolina State
20. Roland Martin - Michigan State

Defensive Tackles
1. Jeff Owens - Georgia
2. Fili Moala – USC
3. Terrance Taylor - Michigan
4. Roy Miller - Texas
5. Marlon Favorite - LSU
6. Dwayne Hendricks – Miami
7. Daryl Richard – Georgia Tech
8. Mitch King - Iowa
9. Myron Pryor - Kentucky
10. Antonio Dixon - Miami
11. Demonte Bolden - Tennessee
12. Terrill Byrd – Cincinnati
13. Ryan Baker - Purdue
14. Chase Moline – UCLA
15. George Hypolite – Colorado
16. Dorrell Scott - Clemson
17. Matt Kroul – Iowa
18. Adrian Grady – Louisville
19. Peria Jerry – Ole Miss
20. Ell Ash – Houston
21. Marque Hall – South Carolina
22. Ernest Mitchell – Arkansas
23. Earl Heyman – Louisville
24. Jason Chapman - Wisconsin
25. John Gill – Northwestern

Defensive Ends
1. Calais Campbell - Miami
2. Tyson Jackson - LSU
3. Derrick Harvey - Florida (3-4 OLB)
4. Vernon Gholston – Ohio State
5. Phillip Merling - Clemson
6. Brian Orakpo – Texas
7. Michael Johnson – Georgia Tech
8. Antwain Robinson – Arkansas
9. Albert McClellan - Marshall
10. Ian Campbell – Kansas State
11. William VanDeSteeg - Minnesota
12. Barry Turner - Nebraska
13. Jamal Westerman – Rutgers
14. Lawrence Wilson – Ohio State
15. Matt Shaughnessy - Wisconsin
16. Josh Julmiste – South Florida
17. Larry English – Northern Illnois
18. Marcus Hands – East Carolina
19. Derek Walker – Illinois
20. Eric Moncur – Miami

Linebackers
1. Rey Maualuga - USC
2. James Laurinitis – Ohio State
3. Brian Cushing - USC
4. Geno Hayes – Florida State
5. Darry Beckwith – LSU
6. Erin Henderson - Maryland
7. Jerod Mayo – Tennessee
8. Worrell Williams - CAL
9. Clint Stintim – Virginia
10. Antonio Clay - Clemson
11. Curtis Lofton - Oklahoma
12. Steve Davis – Minnesota
13. Sean Lee – Penn State
14. Willie Williams - Louisville
15. Derek Nicholson – Florida State
16. Austin Panter - Michigan
17. Joey Hudson – Miami-Ohio
18. Corey Smith – Cincinnati
19. Jason Phillips – TCU
20. Aaron Curry – Wake Forest
21. Braxton Kelley – Kentucky
22. Rashad Bobino - Texas
23. Adam Leonard – Hawaii
24. Mike Rivera – Kansas
25. Reggie Walker – Kansas State

Cornerbacks
1. Justin King – Penn State
2. Malcom Jenkins – Ohio State
3. Aqib Talib - Kansas
4. Jack Ikegwuonu - Wisconsin
5. Brandon Flowers – Virginia Tech
6. Woodny Turrene - Louisville
7. Randy Phillips - Miami
8. Kevin Thomas - USC
9. Macho Harris - Virginia Tech
10. Reggie Smith - Oklahoma
11. Darius Butler - UCONN
12. Tony Carter - Florida State
12. Joe Burnett – Central Florida
13. Alphonso Smith – Wake Forest
14. Dominic Jones – Minnesota
15. Keenan Lewis – Oregon State
16. Brandon Jackson - Georgia Southern
17. Orlando Scandrick – Boise State
18. Jason McCourty – Rutgers
19. Allen Langford - Wisconsin
20. Mike Mickens – Cincinnati
21. DeAndre Wright – New Mexico
22. Rod Council - Louisville
23. Londen Fryar – Western Michigan
24. Isaiah Gardner – Maryland
25. Chris Cook – Virginia

Safeties
1. Kenny Phillips - Miami
2. Courtney Greene - Rutgers
3. Patrick Chung - Oregon
4. Nic Harris - Oklahoma
5. Michael Hamlin - Clemson
6. Anthony Scirrotto – Penn State
7. Kevin Ellison - USC
8. Derek Pegues – Mississippi State
9. Carlton Williams – South Florida
10. Otis Wiley – Michigan State
11. Josh Pinkard – USC
12. Jamarca Sanford – Ole Miss
13. Terry Mixon – Washington State
14. Torri Williams - Purdue
15. Lovon Ponder – Miami
16. Reshard Langford – Vanderbilt
17. Louis Delmas – Western Michigan
18. Anthony Reddick – Miami
19. Marcus McClinton - Kentucky
20. Gary Chandler – Kansas State

Kickers
1. Sam Swank – Wake Forest
2. Ryan Succop – South Carolina
3. Jeff Wolfert - Missouri
4. Pat McAfee – West Virginia
5. Austin Starr – Indiana

Punters
1. Britton Colquitt - Tennessee
2. Chris Miller – Ball State
3. Matt Fodge – Oklahoma State
4. Justin Brantly – Texas A&M
5. Louie Sakoda - Utah

2010

Quarterbacks
1. Matt Stafford – Georgia
2. Mark Sanchez - USC
3. Josh Freeman - Kansas State
4. Tim Tebow – Florida
5. Jake Locker - Washington
6. Jonathan Crompton - Tennessee
7. Nate Davis – Ball State
8. Kellen Lewis - Indiana
9. Colt McCoy - Texas
10. Isaiah Williams – Illinois
11. Dan Lefevour –Central Michigan
12. Matt Grothe – South Florida
13. Jameel Sewell – Virginia
14. Pat Devlin – Penn State
15. Justin Willis - SMU
16. Riley Skinner – Wake Forest
17. Kerry Meir - Kansas
18. Zac Robinson – Oklahoma State
19. Donavan Porterie – New Mexico
20. Sean Canfield – Oregon State
21. Kyle Reed – CAL
22. Ryan Perriloux – LSU
23. Harrison Beck – North Carolina State
24. Jarret Brown– West Virginia
25. Max Hall - BYU
26. Thaddeus Lewis – Duke
27. Armanti Edwards - Appalachian State
28. Karsten Sween – Wyoming
29. Rusty Smith – Florida Atlantic
30. Daniel Latorre – Bloomsburg

Running Backs
1. Chris Wells – Ohio State
2. C.J. Spiller - Clemson
3. Javarris James - Miami
4. Demarco Murray - Oklahoma
5. Mike Goodson – Texas A&M
6. Anthony Allen - Louisville
7. P.J. Hill – Wisconsin
8. Lamarcus Coker – Tennessee
9. C.J. Gable – USC
10. Keiland Williams -LSU
11. Damion Fletcher – Southern Miss
12. Knowshon Moreno - Georgia
13. Ben Tate – Auburn
14. Donald Brown – UCONN
15. Keith Toston – Oklahoma State
16. Jay Thomas - Minnesota
17. J.R. Hasty - Washington
18. Delone Carter - Syraceuse
19. Brandon Minor – Michigan
20. Cordera Eason – Ole Miss
21. Leon Patton – Kansas State
22. Anthony Dixon - Mississippi State
23. Leon Wright Jackson – Hawaii
24. Marcus Sims – Florida State
25. Emanuel Moody – USC
26. Roy Upchurch – Alabama
27. Chris Brown – Oklahoma
28. Stafon Johnson – USC
29. James Alridge – Notre Dame
30. Joique Bell – Wayne State
31. Reggie Arnold – Arkansas State
32. Jake Sharp – Kansas
33. Toby Gerhart – Stanford
34. Lonyae Miller – Fresno State
35. Richie Rich – North Carolina
36. Dwight Tardy – Washington State
37. Charles Scott – LSU
38. Mikell Simpson – Virginia
39. Kordell Young – Rutgers
40. Atiyahh Henderson – San Diego State
41. Jamelle Eugene – North Carolina State
42. Justin Anderson – Northern Illnois
43. William Ford - South Carolina State
44. Brandon Fragger – Nevada
45. James Starks – Buffalo

Wide Receivers
1. Percy Harvin - Florida
2. Darrius Heyward Bey - Maryland
3. Sam Shields - Miami
4. Hakeem Nicks – North Carolina
5. Kenny Britt - Rutgers
6. Greg Matthews – Michigan
7. Vidal Haezelton - USC
8. Jared Cook – South Carolina
9. Dominique Douglas – Iowa
10. Brandon LaFell – LSU
11. Fred Rouse – UTEP
12. Odderick Turner – PITT
13. Duke Calhoun - Memphis
14. Damian Williams – USC
15. Richard Sherman – Stanford
16. Mike Williams - Syracuse
17. Wes Lyons – West Virginia
18. Trindon Holiday – LSU
19. Ray Small – Ohio State
20. David Harvey – Akron
21. Ryan Wolfe – UNLV
22. Montez Billings – Auburn
23. Emmanuel Sanders – SMU
24. Tim Brown – Rutgers
25. Bryan Anderson – Central Michigan
26. Austin Collie – BYU
27. Jarred Fayson – Florida
28. Clarence Megwa – Boston College
29. Andrew Brewer – Northwestern
30. David Gettis - Baylor
31. D.J. Hord – Notre Dame
32. Jacoby Ford – Clemson
33. Brian Hartline – Ohio State
34. Jared Perry – Missouri
35. London Crawford – Arkansas
36. Kris Durham – Georgia
37. Ryan Hill – Miami
38. Adron Tennell – Oklahoma
39. Travon Patterson – USC
40. Chris Mitchell – LSU
41. LaTerryal Savoy - Michigan
42. TJ Williams – Michigan State
43. Eric Decker – Minnesota
44. Artrell Woods – Oklahoma State
45. Dustin Woods - Miami Ohio

Tight Ends
1. Jermichael Finley - Texas
2. Brandon Warren – Florida State/Tennessee
3. Andrew Quarless – Penn State
4. Richard Dickson - LSU
5. Jermaine Gresham - Oklahoma
6. Anthony McCoy - USC
7. Cody Slate – Marshall
8. Konrad Reuland – Notre Dame
9. Riar Greer – Colorado
10. Jim Dray – Stanford
11. Nate Byham – PITT
12. Sam Wheeler – Virginia Tech
13. Jeff Cumberland – Illinois
14. Jeron Mastrud – Kansas State
15. Tommy Trott – Auburn
16. Ben Cleveland – Arkansas
17. Jake Ballard – Ohio State
18. Ed Dickson – Oregon
19. Colin Peek – Georgia Tech
20. Craig McGovern - Rutgers

Offensive Tackles
1. Sam Young – Notre Dame
2. Andre Smith - Alabama
3. Ciron Black - LSU
4. Jason Fox - Miami
5. Adam Ulatoski – Texas
6. Will Barker – Virginia
7. Daron Rose – Florida State
8. Trent Williams – Oklahoma
9. Eben Britton – Arizona
10. Jake Bscherer – Wisconsin
11. J’Marcus Webb – Texas
12. Pat Brown – Central Florida
13. Aleksey Lanis – UCLA
14. Ben Ossai – Washington
15. Charles Brown – USC
16. Chris Scott – Tennessee
17. Mark Ortmann – Michigan
18. Tyler Blum – Iowa
19. Kurt Mattes - Northwestern
20. Micah Kia – UCLA
21. Julian Williams – North Carolina State
22. Dennis Landolt – Penn State
23. Jason Pinkston – PITT
24. Russell Okung – Oklahoma State
25. Cory Lambert - Clemson

Interior Lineman
1. Sergio Render - Virginia Tech
2. Rafael Eubanks - Iowa
3. Greg Isdaner - West Virgina
4. Josh McNeil – Tennessee
5. Matt Hardick – Florida State
6. Dan Doering – Iowa
7. John Jerry – Ole Miss
8. Justin Boren – Michigan
9. Matt Pipho – Miami
10. Joe Thomas – PITT
11. Jim Cordle – Ohio State
12. Eric Olsen - Notre Dame

Defensive Tackles
1. Ndamukong Suh – Nebraska
2. Sen’Derrick Marks - Auburn (4-3 DE)
3. Ekom Udofia – Stanford
4. DeMarcus Granger - Oklahoma
5. Al Woods – LSU
6. Vince Oghobaase - Duke
7. Kade Weston – Georgia
8. Marcus Tillman - Ole Miss
9. Adam Hahn – Northwestern
10. Kendrick Stewart – Florida State
11. Lorenzo Washington – Alabama
12. Kellen Heard – Texas A&M
13. Phillip Taylor – Penn State
14. Todd Denlinger – Ohio State
15.Corey Peters – Kentucky

Defensive Ends
1. Deantwan Whitehead - Louisville
2. Everette Brown – Florida State
3. Jeff Fitzgerald - Virginia
4. Willie Young – North Carolina State (3-4 OLB)
5. Brandon Graham - Michigan
6. Maurice Evans – Penn State
7. Ricky Sapp - Clemson
8. George Johnson – Rutgers
9. Ricky Jean-Francois - LSU
10. George Selvie – South Florida
11. Corey Wooten - Northwestern
12. Eric Norwood – South Carolina
13. Dexter Davis – Arizona State
14. Robert Rose – Ohio State
15. Broderick Stewart – Vanderbilt
16. Jermaine Cunningham – Florida
17. Brady Smith – Boston College
18. Jeff Schweiger – San Jose State
19. Raymond Henderson – Minnesota
20. Greg Hardy – Ole Miss
21. Jan Jorgensen – BYU
22. Roderick Battle – Georgia
23. Eric Hodge – Ohio
24. Jeremy Jarmon – Kentucky
25. Malcom Sheppard – Arkansas
26. Greg Terrell - Memphis
27. Larry Knight – Central Michigan
28. Doug Pilcher – Illinois
29. Jeff Wheeler – Kansas
30. Rashawn Parker – Iowa State

Linebackers
1. Marcus Ball – Florida State
2. Prince Hall - Alabama
3. Sergio Kindle – Texas
4. Rico McCoy – Tennessee
5. Micah Johnson - Kentucky
6. Brandon Spikes - Florida
7. Tray Blackmon – Auburn
8. Ross Homan – Ohio State
9. Patrick Lavine – Oklahoma State
10. Elijah Hodge – Wisconsin
11. Reggie Carter – UCLA
12. Dekoda Watson – Florida State
13. Joe Pawlek – Baylor
14. Wesley Flagg – North Carolina
15. Darryl Sharpton – Miami
16. Luther Brown – USC
17. Will Patterson - Indiana
18. Paul Igboeli – Utah State
19. Jacob Cutrera – LSU
20. Rodney Paulk – South Carolina
21. Phillip Dillard - Nebraska
22. Freddie Fairchild - Arkansas
23. Rodderick Muckelroy – Texas
24. Dorin Dickerson – PITT
25. Darius Dewberry – Georgia
26. Matt Herzlich – Boston College
27. Ryan Reynolds – Oklahoma
28. Jason Beauchamp – UNLV
29. Brandon Logan – Michigan
30. Patrick Trahan – Auburn

Cornerbacks
1. Vontae Davis - Illinois
2. Al Verner - UCLA
3. Trevard Lindley - Kentucky
4. Jairus Byrd – Oregon
5. Perrish Cox - Oklahoma State
6. A.J. Wallace - Penn State
7. Jamie Robinson – Florida State
8. Chris Chancellor – Clemson
9. Syd’Quan Thompson – CAL
10. Walter Thurmond – Oregon
11. Johnny Sears – Michigan
12. Jordan Peterson – Texas A&M
13. Captain Munnerlyn – South Carolina
14. Kyle Wilson – Boise State
15. Vic Hall – Virginia
16. Donald Washington – Ohio State
17. Bryan Evans – Georgia
18. Anthony Webb – Kansas
19. Darrin Walls – Notre Dame
20. Deon Beasley – Texas
21. Aaron Berry – PITT
22. Royce Adams – Purdue
23. Greg James – Louisiana Monroe
24. Devin Ross – Arizona
25. Nick Sanders – TCU

Safeties
1. Myron Rolle – Florida State
2. Taylor Mays - USC
3. Latarrius Thomas – Louisville
4. Andre Sexton – Oklahoma State
5. Airon Savage – Auburn
6. Quinton Andrews – West Virginia
7. Brandon Erwin – Purdue
8. Antwine Perez - Maryland
9. Barry Church - Toledo
10. Larry Asante – Nebraska
11. Emmanuel Cook – South Carolina
12. Stevie Brown – Michigan
13. Dorian Porch – Virginia Tech
14. Keenan Clayton – Oklahoma
15. Aaron Webster – Cincinnati
16. Austin Thomas - Indiana
17. Danny McCray – LSU
18. Anderson Russell – Ohio State
19. Aaron Ware – UCLA
20. Antonio Baker – Louisiana Tech

Kickers
1. Brett Swenson – Michigan State
2. Matt Reagan – Memphis
3. Joshua Shene – Ole Miss
4. Trevor Cook – Miami-Ohio
5. Josh Arauco – Arkansas State

Punters
1. Matt DiLallo – Colorado
2. Kyle Loomis – Oregon State
3. Mike Brandtner – Iowa State
4. Zoltan Mesko - Michigan
5. P.J. Fitzgerald – Alabama

underscore
06-05-2007, 07:25 AM
Well I have to say, that's a pretty good list. Nice job.

Con
06-05-2007, 07:29 AM
wow you have alot of time on your hands..

cardsalltheway
06-05-2007, 08:12 AM
http://209.85.48.9/8840/126/emo/77.gif

Space Ghost
06-05-2007, 08:40 AM
I'd like to see Mike Goodson and Martellus Bennett a little higher in the rankings, but I like that they are up there. If Bryant wasn't always injured I'd want him higher too probably.

Tubby
06-05-2007, 09:19 AM
I think that Jake Locker should be higher, but that may just be my inner homer speaking.

Addict
06-05-2007, 09:51 AM
http://209.85.48.9/8840/126/emo/77.gif

q...f...t...

you must have no life. But impressive, very impressive.

gstock05
06-05-2007, 10:06 AM
9. James Laurinitis LB Ohio State
-Got all the breaks with turnovers seemingly falling into his lap and isn’t the Top Tier LB prospect some are making him out to be. Doesn’t have the natural instincts that A.J. Hawk possessed and is not nearly as good of a tackler. He may not be physically able to dominate at the next level but will be a film/weight room junkie that will give his all to improve and help his team get Wins. A player like Posluszny that every NFL coach will want on his team.


Great analysis all in all. I gotta wonder tho, after your analysis of Laurinaitis, you make it sound like he should be a 2nd - 3rd rounder. Second, your comparing Laurainitis' sophomore season to Hawk's senior season. Laurinaitis was > Hawk as a sophomore, so I wouldn't say everything here about not being as sure a tackler, physically dominant etc. is true.

keylime_5
06-05-2007, 11:21 AM
right now there is no RB in the class of 2010 even close to the pro potential of Chris Wells. Spiller at #1? are you joking, he's like 185 lbs. Wells is 6-1/230 and runs a 4.45.

georgiafan
06-05-2007, 11:41 AM
very good job, I think Stafford should be higher then #4 but i'm biased.

DLS42
06-05-2007, 11:54 AM
Great list. but the part that made me most happy was at the bottom.

8. Matt Barkley QB Mater Dei High School/Santa Ana, California
Top Schools: USC, Colorado, CAL, Florida State, Stanford, UCLA, Notre Dame

CAL CONTENDING FOR A TOP RECUIT. its like christmas all over again.

draftguru151
06-05-2007, 11:55 AM
right now there is no RB in the class of 2010 even close to the pro potential of Chris Wells. Spiller at #1? are you joking, he's like 185 lbs. Wells is 6-1/230 and runs a 4.45.

Seriously, Wells has great pro potential but he hasn't shown to be a dominating college player yet. He has shown flashes, but Spiller played so much better last year and has amazing pro potenital himself. Wow he was a 190 pound true freshman and tore it up last year. I mean there is no way he puts on weight. Wells has great potential, but so does Spiller. And as of right now Spiller is a better prospect because what he did on the field.

jkpigskin
06-05-2007, 12:14 PM
props on doing this... havnt read it all yet, but will get to it

Go_Eagles77
06-05-2007, 12:19 PM
Nice job + rep

WarOnTheShore
06-05-2007, 12:51 PM
Chris Wells needs to learn how to hold onto the ball better. I've only seen the practices, but DeMarco Murray looks really good.

Nice work on this. Of course impossible to agree on all of it, but nice stuff - just watch some of that grammar.

Sveen
06-05-2007, 12:53 PM
Very impressive!

Hines
06-05-2007, 02:13 PM
u did a hella good job

Iamcanadian
06-05-2007, 02:30 PM
Lot of hard work there but full of huge mistakes as well. Predicting 2010 and 2011 is a joke at this time with practically nothing to base it on. Predicting 2007 at this time has about a 50% chance of being half right and 2008 is really pressing your luck. You would be far more substainable if you said your 2007/2008 rankings were a starting point from which begin.
Baker will be drafted top 5 in 2007, Long is not as good as him. Mike Hart will be very lucky to be drafted at all. He'll never be a pro, just another great college player who has no future as a pro. There is no contraversy, that's just a fact. Jackson WR, Cal is likely 5'10", 160lbs and his chances of going top 10 in any draft year is nil. Lawrence Jackson is a top 5 talent next year.
Finally, Nate Longshore will NEVER be a 1st rounder. The pro GM's will NEVER draft a Tedford QB in round 1 again, NEVER!

Noodles
06-05-2007, 02:40 PM
Lot of hard work there but full of huge mistakes as well. Predicting 2010 and 2011 is a joke at this time with practically nothing to base it on. Predicting 2007 at this time has about a 50% chance of being half right and 2008 is really pressing your luck. You would be far more substainable if you said your 2007/2008 rankings were a starting point from which begin.
Baker will be drafted top 5 in 2007, Long is not as good as him. Mike Hart will be very lucky to be drafted at all. He'll never be a pro, just another great college player who has no future as a pro. There is no contraversy, that's just a fact. Jackson WR, Cal is likely 5'10", 160lbs and his chances of going top 10 in any draft year is nil. Lawrence Jackson is a top 5 talent next year.
Finally, Nate Longshore will NEVER be a 1st rounder. The pro GM's will NEVER draft a Tedford QB in round 1 again, NEVER!

Those aren't so much mistakes as differing opinions. >.>

ironman4579
06-05-2007, 03:00 PM
Lot of hard work there but full of huge mistakes as well. Predicting 2010 and 2011 is a joke at this time with practically nothing to base it on. Predicting 2007 at this time has about a 50% chance of being half right and 2008 is really pressing your luck. You would be far more substainable if you said your 2007/2008 rankings were a starting point from which begin.
Baker will be drafted top 5 in 2007, Long is not as good as him. Mike Hart will be very lucky to be drafted at all. He'll never be a pro, just another great college player who has no future as a pro. There is no contraversy, that's just a fact. Jackson WR, Cal is likely 5'10", 160lbs and his chances of going top 10 in any draft year is nil. Lawrence Jackson is a top 5 talent next year.
Finally, Nate Longshore will NEVER be a 1st rounder. The pro GM's will NEVER draft a Tedford QB in round 1 again, NEVER!

Of course, Scott has Long listed as his #1 senior right now, and has Hart listed as the #1 senior back, so if nothing else, his rankings are somewhat in line with Scott's extremely early rankings.

jdcozart
06-05-2007, 03:04 PM
Have you seen this week's sporting news. It has a quote from an AFC scout that says Nate Davis (Ball State QB) is the next great MAC quarterback. You need to move him way up in your rankings as well as Freeman from KSU.

BUSTKUNTLAWL
06-05-2007, 03:43 PM
Mendehall should be higher in the '09 RB rankings.

Smokey Joe
06-05-2007, 04:34 PM
I applaud you by just putting together such a list...

+rep for you.

jbeans187
06-05-2007, 04:43 PM
Great Work!!

marks01234
06-05-2007, 06:14 PM
Seriously, Wells has great pro potential but he hasn't shown to be a dominating college player yet. He has shown flashes, but Spiller played so much better last year and has amazing pro potenital himself. Wow he was a 190 pound true freshman and tore it up last year. I mean there is no way he puts on weight. Wells has great potential, but so does Spiller. And as of right now Spiller is a better prospect because what he did on the field.

Eh, I'm not so sure about this. Wells looks like a lock for the first round with his athleticism. Scat backs like Spiller are a lot easier to find than 230 pound running backs with 4.5 speed.

Colt Brennan @ 6 is crazy. Way, way to high.

All of the 2010 and 2011 rankings are completely based on recruiting rankings. Nothing wrong with that but they aren't NFL draft rankings.

DorianSmith
06-05-2007, 06:14 PM
Great job love the rankings!!!!!But u missed some guys i thought should be on there such as:

LB,Alan Dralin Oregon State 08
LB,Joey Laqoue Oregon State 08
DE,Brain Mattison Iowa 08
DE,Dexter Manley Oregon 08
LB,AJ Tutellie Oregon 08
DE,Kyle Moore USC 09
WR,Brandon Powers Oregon State 08
WR,Anthony Brown Oregon State 08

Sorry Put Wrong Years!

Sniper
06-05-2007, 06:20 PM
Good job I skimmed the list and it looked pretty good.

WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY too much time on your hands though ;)

TheMikey10
06-05-2007, 07:52 PM
Great list. but the part that made me most happy was at the bottom.

8. Matt Barkley QB Mater Dei High School/Santa Ana, California
Top Schools: USC, Colorado, CAL, Florida State, Stanford, UCLA, Notre Dame

CAL CONTENDING FOR A TOP RECUIT. its like christmas all over again.

this happens about once a year almost, Desean, Marshawn

skinzzfan25
06-05-2007, 07:55 PM
Very impressive. I've found 3 ppl in 2010 that are really doing well.

My school played A.J. Wallace, he's the 4th corner in '10.

http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=162&p=8&c=1&nid=2302675

Seen him play live, he should be added to '11. He's like Tim Teebow, but can throw. Since Florida seems set at QB, I don't think he will be playing QB.

SuperKevin
06-05-2007, 07:55 PM
I am thourougly impressed

keylime_5
06-05-2007, 07:57 PM
Seriously, Wells has great pro potential but he hasn't shown to be a dominating college player yet. He has shown flashes, but Spiller played so much better last year and has amazing pro potenital himself. Wow he was a 190 pound true freshman and tore it up last year. I mean there is no way he puts on weight. Wells has great potential, but so does Spiller. And as of right now Spiller is a better prospect because what he did on the field.

Spiller played more. Wells had a couple 100 yard games and that one great game against Michigan featuring that 50 yard TD run where he burned the whole defense, but didn't get enough carries last year - but he did have 500 some yards. Wells is full time this year and it's safe to assume he is gonna do a lot more this year in that Spiller will since he's splitting carries, so that kinda cancels out your argument basing these guys rankings on production. Wells is a beast, he's far and away a much better pro prospect than Spiller. When's the last time a 190 lb. back went in the first? 1980s?

SuperKevin
06-05-2007, 08:03 PM
Spiller played more. Wells had a couple 100 yard games and that one great game against Michigan featuring that 50 yard TD run where he burned the whole defense, but didn't get enough carries last year - but he did have 500 some yards. Wells is full time this year and it's safe to assume he is gonna do a lot more this year in that Spiller will since he's splitting carries, so that kinda cancels out your argument basing these guys rankings on production. Wells is a beast, he's far and away a much better pro prospect than Spiller. When's the last time a 190 lb. back went in the first? 1980s?

Seeing how Spiller isn't even 20 years old yet I'd say he can probably add a few pounds to his frame

keylime_5
06-05-2007, 08:30 PM
I'm not denying that.....but he's still 190 lbs any way you look at it. He can't switch bodies, he can add weight but that still won't make him the ideal 210 lbs. or so. We can't assume he's gonna be 205 to 210 when he gets drafted any more than we can assume Beanie Wells is gonna have consecutive 1700+ yard seasons. Both might happen, but you can't use that as reason to why Spiller is better than Wells.

If you're 6-1/230 and good then the scouts automatically give you first advantage over 6-0/190 guys who both have great careers. As long as Wells has a good sophomore and junior year at tOSU, he will certainly be a higher pick than Spiller any way you look at it.

draftguru151
06-05-2007, 08:31 PM
Spiller played more. Wells had a couple 100 yard games and that one great game against Michigan featuring that 50 yard TD run where he burned the whole defense, but didn't get enough carries last year - but he did have 500 some yards. Wells is full time this year and it's safe to assume he is gonna do a lot more this year in that Spiller will since he's splitting carries, so that kinda cancels out your argument basing these guys rankings on production. Wells is a beast, he's far and away a much better pro prospect than Spiller. When's the last time a 190 lb. back went in the first? 1980s?

Can you explain to me when Wells already out rushed and outplayed Spiller? Oh wait he hasn't yet. I've already said Wells has amazing pro potential, but he hasn't proven to be better on the field than Spiller has yet. Spiller was a 190 pound freshman. There is no chance he gains 20-25 pounds in 4 years.

draftguru151
06-05-2007, 08:34 PM
I'm not denying that.....but he's still 190 lbs any way you look at it. He can't switch bodies, he can add weight but that still won't make him the ideal 210 lbs. or so. We can't assume he's gonna be 205 to 210 when he gets drafted any more than we can assume Beanie Wells is gonna have consecutive 1700+ yard seasons. Both might happen, but you can't use that as reason to why Spiller is better than Wells.

If you're 6-1/230 and good then the scouts automatically give you first advantage over 6-0/190 guys who both have great careers. As long as Wells has a good sophomore and junior year at tOSU, he will certainly be a higher pick than Spiller any way you look at it.

Do you really think college players don't gain weight? Yea Wells having 1,700 yards twice is much more realistic than a player gaining 20 pounds.

Two players, which one are you taking first?

6-1, 235, 1300 yards, 24 TDs.

6-0, 200, 1700 yards, 16 TDs.

PACKmanN
06-05-2007, 09:06 PM
q...f...t...

you must have no life. But impressive, very impressive.

http://gamestudies.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/1008_jenkins_3.jpg


he one of them!

Vikes99ej
06-05-2007, 09:15 PM
right now there is no RB in the class of 2010 even close to the pro potential of Chris Wells. Spiller at #1? are you joking, he's like 185 lbs. Wells is 6-1/230 and runs a 4.45.

Those little bursts of homerism are sometimes hard to contain.

DeathbyStat
06-05-2007, 10:13 PM
Limas Sweed will drop due to forty times

DorianSmith
06-05-2007, 10:27 PM
Limas isnt that fast but he will be a good WR in the NFL.

Vikes99ej
06-05-2007, 11:37 PM
Great job love the rankings!!!!!But u missed some guys i thought should be on there such as:

LB,Alan Dralin Oregon State 07
LB,Joey Laqoue Oregon State 07
DE,Brain Mattison Iowa 07
DE,Dexter Manley Oregon 07
LB,AJ Tutellie Oregon 07
DE,Kyle Moore USC 08
WR,Brandon Powers Oregon State 07
WR,Anthony Brown Oregon State 07

You find different ways to make me laugh everyday.

Hines
06-05-2007, 11:38 PM
wheres derrick williams?????

Sniper
06-05-2007, 11:54 PM
wheres derrick williams?????

Not there because he's overrated???????? Glorified return man, that's all.

Sniper
06-06-2007, 12:08 AM
Great job love the rankings!!!!!But u missed some guys i thought should be on there such as:

LB,Alan Dralin Oregon State 08
LB,Joey Laqoue Oregon State 08
DE,Brain Mattison Iowa 08
DE,Dexter Manley Oregon 08
LB,AJ Tutellie Oregon 08
DE,Kyle Moore USC 09
WR,Brandon Powers Oregon State 08
WR,Anthony Brown Oregon State 08

Sorry Put Wrong Years!

Do you expect every single Oregon State and Oregon player to get drafted?

DorianSmith
06-06-2007, 12:13 AM
No but they are underrated and Those ppl i named will likely be Freeagent pickups!

coCANES17
06-06-2007, 12:31 AM
wheres derrick williams?????

#9 in the Junior Wide Receivers

Caddy
06-06-2007, 03:26 AM
2. Calais Campbell DE Miami
-The best Defensive End prospect since Julius Peppers.

Mario Williams?

jbooshey
06-06-2007, 10:33 AM
This list is incredible...I thought I'd give you a little homer insight on some Wisconsin boys...
1) You have Andy Kemp ahead of Kraig Urbik in your 2009 interior lineman...that shouldn't be, Andy Kemp has struggled.
2)By next year (maybe this year) UW will have a top 5 nationally LB corp...Jonathan Casillas and DeAndre Levy at OLB will both be Juniors and Elijah Hodge in the middle will be a RsSO...these guys will be dominant and garner A LOT of attention.
3) Glad to see you have DeBauche at punter but our Kicker who is in the same class is also a pro prospect with one of the stronger legs in the nation (Taylor Melhaff)
4) A 2010 DE to look for would be Kirk DeCremer (6'5" 240lbs) he was raved about in camp last year.
5) In 2011 you have Lance Kendricks as the number 10 WR, but he has already been moved to TE in the mold of Travis Beckum. If you want to stay with Wisconsin in that spot I'd highly recommend Nick Toon an incoming frosh (6'2" 195lbs 4.5, Al Toons son, Wisconsin HS player of the year)
6) In 2011 you have Josh Oglesby as an interior lineman, at 6'8" he is destined for probably right tackle, but if good enough will shift Bscherer over to the right side, but he IS a tackle.

Great job on the list! It is quite a feat! Hope I was of help

MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
06-06-2007, 08:09 PM
That list is horrible.

Top 10 High School Juniors
1. Desmond Scott RB Hillside High School/Durham, North Carolina
Top Schools: Clemson, North Carolina State, North Carolina, Auburn, Penn State
2. Chris Garret QB Tupelo High School/Tupelo, Mississippi
Top Schools: Notre Dame, Tennessee, Mississippi State, Auburn, Alabama, LSU
3. Marquis Simmons LB Dominguez High School/Compton, California
Top Schools: Committed to USC
4. Fritz Rock WR Wayzata High School/Plymouth, Minnesota
Top Schools: Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Miami
5. Jeremy Simmons DT Clay County High School/Ashland, Alabama
Top Schools: Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisville
6. Deonte Flemings CB Cathedral Prep/Erie, Pennsylania
Top Schools: Alabama, Georgia, Penn State, Tennessee
7. Chris Davenport OT Mansfield High School/Mansfield, Louisiana
Top Schools: LSU, Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, Ole Miss
8. Matt Barkley QB Mater Dei High School/Santa Ana, California
Top Schools: USC, Colorado, CAL, Florida State, Stanford, UCLA, Notre Dame
9. Dalton Hilliard RB Punahou High School/Honolulu, Hawaii
Top Schools: Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, UCLA, Washington, USC
10. Prince Kent WR Norcross High School/Norcross, Georgia
Top Schools: Georgia, Ole Miss, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech

Why the Hell am I not there?!

afftbl10
06-06-2007, 10:21 PM
Im a Notre Dame fan but you overrated John Sullivan big time

reigle9
06-07-2007, 04:37 PM
Don't agree with a lot of the rankings, but that's one hell of a list. Good job.

HoopsDemon12
06-07-2007, 05:48 PM
i give you props cause that would take forever!!!

marks01234
06-07-2007, 08:45 PM
Mario Williams?

I noticed that too. Campbell may enter the draft more polished than Mario and Peppers but I'm not sure he will test the same athletically.

Draftguru,

I'm not sure Spiller has the body type too much bigger than he already is without losing his speed and quickness. Some guys have the body frame to hold a lot more weight and they are able to put on the 20-25 pounds easily over a college career. Spiller isn't going to be one of these guys.

-black
06-07-2007, 09:06 PM
wow......great effort

coCANES17
06-08-2007, 01:00 AM
Thanks for the feedback. There were a couple of sophomores that I thought I put in there that I must of missed Jared Cook WR South Carolina, Greg Matthews WR Michigan, and Elijah Hodge LB Wisconsin being the ones that stand out. It wan't as hard as you might of think. How I did it for the Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores was I knew probably the top 10-15 players at their position. Then I went through it team by team, position by position to check if I missed anyone. I broke out a lot of the tape I had of last season. I have probably every major conference team in at least one game for the bigger teams like USC and Michigan I have basically every game. For the lower classes I was just basing it off some of the film I've seen of theres on a few recruiting websites I frequent and seeing how they'll fit in at their school (ex. I don't have McKnight at the top RB spot because he's at USC). I probably missed a few players but I just picked up the new Phil Steele mag so I'll sort my way through that to see who I missed. One player that has grown on me since I went back and watched the games from last year is Chad Henne. I had knocks on him because he didn't win any big games but just watching him throw the ball he is no lower then my 3rd best QB and I could see him being at the top spot if takes the Wolverines to the promise land. Fr the mini Spiller-Wells debate that broke out in this thread: Looking back on the past top drafted RBs (AD, Marshawn, Mauroney, Steven Jackson, Larry Johnson) they're all bigger backs so I guess I would have to give Wells the advantage.

draftguru151
06-08-2007, 11:05 AM
And Reggie Bush was a higher rated prospect than everyone one of those guys. ;)

ToldLikeItIs
06-08-2007, 11:29 AM
Sam Young is way too high.

OhioState
06-08-2007, 01:51 PM
Spiller is Warrick Dunn. Wells is Larry Johnson

sweetness34
06-08-2007, 11:32 PM
Mendehall should be higher in the '09 RB rankings.

I'm going to disagree. Talent wise, yes no question but he hasn't done enough on the field to warrant being higher than #10. He has fumbling issues, he hasn't carried the load before, and he's been battling injuries all offseason. Rashard has the ability to be one of the best RB's in that draft class but right now he needs to prove it, and hopefully he does that this season.

FutureScout
06-09-2007, 12:46 AM
Kiper supposidly came out with his junior list, and Stephen McGee was #2 QB. I was very supprised but I dont know if its true or not.

coCANES17
06-09-2007, 03:36 AM
I'm glad somebody brought up Mendenhall. I do agree he should be much higher and the only 2 rbs in his class I would take over him are McFadden and Stewart. The main thing is he just hasn't shown off his stuff as the guys I put ahead of him have yet. I thought Illinois was a great choice for him as he could turn out to be one of the main building blocks for Zook to turn that program around. I think he would be wise, even with a strong year, to stay for his senior season and be a 1st rounder cause I think the floodgates are going to open up for junior RBs and WRs declaring this year. All the guys listed in front of him with the exception of Rice have a good shot at declaring depending on how there seasons go.

As for Kiper having McGee as 2nd best junior QB. I hope thats not true. I'm not even sure why people even listen to Kiper anymore. If I want a opinon from the so called "experts" I turn to Mayock or Brandt because they have shown they know there stuff. I've seen a couple A&M games and McGee is an extremely tough kid that has great mobility but as a Pro QB prospect he is just ehh. To have him over players like Bobby Reid, Chase Daniel, Ben Olson, Curtis Painter and Chase Holbrook is just assinine. I could make a case for him against Carpenter, Lee, and Longshore just based off production but not pro potential.

draftguru151
06-09-2007, 10:10 AM
Kiper supposidly came out with his junior list, and Stephen McGee was #2 QB. I was very supprised but I dont know if its true or not.

Not a very good QB group, the #1 guy on the list doesn't start yet.

coCANES17
06-09-2007, 02:37 PM
Just saw that his #1 QB was Hunter Cantwell from Louisville. That's a surprise. I know he played well when Brohm was hurt against some below average teams. The only game I saw of Cantwells' was the Gator Bowl against Virginia Tech and he looked good and showed he was tough. He didn't jump out as a first round talent though. Maybe Kiper has the inside track to what the scouts think of him.

goblue8888
06-10-2007, 10:52 AM
Mallett should be ranked higher than Clausen on pro potential. He is 6ft 7 255 and throws the ball 86 yards as high school senior.

FutureScout
06-10-2007, 06:21 PM
give mcgee time though. it was his first year as a starter. He wins games. In the end, thats all that matters about a football game.

draftguru151
06-10-2007, 08:31 PM
give mcgee time though. it was his first year as a starter. He wins games. In the end, thats all that matters about a football game.

Not for a pro prospect.

reigle9
06-12-2007, 08:30 AM
I really thought Dorsey was going to have a better career than he has. Maybe he'll get a couple starts this year before they throw Quinn to the lions.

ccB
06-14-2007, 09:29 PM
Best thread ever

ccB
06-15-2007, 12:29 PM
Ooooooooooooooooooooopsssssss

P-L
06-15-2007, 12:46 PM
I'd just like to say that Spiller is the same height and 10 lbs less than Reggie Bush was coming out. Bush went #2 overall. Spiller could probably put on 10 lbs in the next couple of years.

YAYareaRB
06-24-2007, 12:15 AM
So who can play D-Line in the 3-4?

Makaveli
06-24-2007, 02:17 AM
amazing +rep

HEISMANHERSCHEL
06-24-2007, 03:39 AM
That is a lot of work, +rep from me bro...

However, I know Henry Melton. He is big and has talent. But he cant keep his crap straight...

Just inside info.

ATLDirtyBirds
06-24-2007, 07:57 AM
That's incredible man.

+rep for the work put in.

coCANES17
07-10-2007, 04:26 PM
Edited my list. Moved a couple players around and added a bunch of younger guys. I guess I'll go with this as my "official" preseason rankings so to speak.

HoopsDemon12
07-10-2007, 04:28 PM
Mallett should be ranked higher than Clausen on pro potential. He is 6ft 7 255 and throws the ball 86 yards as high school senior.

not to mention isnt clausen a 20 year old freshman?

BamaFalcon59
07-10-2007, 06:16 PM
Spiller is Warrick Dunn. Wells is Larry Johnson

Warrick (12th) was a superior prospect than Larry (27th) coming out of college. But I don't like the Spiller- Warrick Dunn comparison. Spiller was 5'11 190 as a freshman, Dunn was 5'8 180 coming out. Spiller will be (easily) bigger than Dunn, and has a lot better pure speed. Dunn has the superior agility and is a better all around back, but Spiller is probably a better pure runner. The acceleration is roughly equal. Spiller has such great game speed and acceleration, and he should be a solid 5'11 205 coming to the NFL.

JMO.

fischbowl
07-10-2007, 06:24 PM
Excellent List CoCanes.

There are a few changes id make but good job.

elway777
07-10-2007, 09:26 PM
Mallet is so overated it's insane. He hasn't played one college down and didn't seem poised in the pocket in high school either. He has a great arm, WOO HOO, so does Jeff George.

Sniper
07-10-2007, 10:56 PM
Mallet is so overated it's insane. He hasn't played one college down and didn't seem poised in the pocket in high school either. He has a great arm, WOO HOO, so does Jeff George.

You shut your mouth Elway! That's quite enough out of you. ;) :) You don't hear me talking down on your boy Mark Sanchez do you? :)

Jags#7
07-11-2007, 11:02 AM
didn't Ben Olson Graduate from high school in like 2002?

neko4
07-11-2007, 07:10 PM
Colt Brennan @ 6 is crazy. Way, way to high.


WTF???? Brennan is a top 3 QB
You can say all you want about him being a system guy, but he's the real deal. He's taller than Chang and has a much better arm them him too.

I think that Sanchez is about 4 spots to high, and IMO McCoy should be higher

mqtirishfan
07-12-2007, 01:02 PM
No love at all for Reshad Jones? I know I'm being picky, but shouldn't he at least be a top 20 safety in '08?