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devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 03:41 PM
I am compiling a ranking of the College Quarterbacks and Runningbacks by class.

I will do Quarterbacks first. Here is a list of quarterbacks by class. Please let me know where you would rank them.


Here is the Class of 2008

Erik Ainge, QB, Sr. (6'6"/220 lbs.) Tennessee
John David Booty, QB, Sr. (6'3"/210 lbs.) USC
Colt Brennan, QB, Sr. (6'3"/190 lbs.) Hawaii
Alex Brink, QB, Sr. (6'3"/215 lbs.) Washington State
Brian Brohm, QB, Sr. (6'4"/224 lbs.) Louisville
Zac Champion, QB, Sr. (6'2"/202 lbs.) Louisiana Tech
Brandon Cox, QB, Sr. (6'2"/202 lbs.) Auburn
Dennis Dixon, QB, Sr. (6'4"/205 lbs.) Oregon
Tyler Donovan, QB, Sr. (6'1"/185 lbs.) Wisconsin
Luke Drone, QB, Sr. (6'2"/210 lbs.) Illinois State
Joe Flacco, QB, Sr. (6'6"/230 lbs.) Delaware
Matt Flynn, QB, Sr. (6'3"/228 lbs.) LSU
Caleb Haine, QB, Sr. (6'2"/236 lbs.) Colorado State
Omar Haugbrook, QB, Sr. (6'2"/220 lbs.) Troy
Chad Henne, QB, Sr. (6'2"/224 lbs.) Michigan
Nick Hill, QB, Sr. (6'3"/220 lbs.) Southern Illinois
Josh Johnson, QB, Sr. (6’3”/195 lbs.) San Diego
Sam Keller, QB, Sr. (6'4"/230 lbs.) Nebraska
Mike Kokal, QB, Sr. (6'2"/208 lbs.) Miami Ohio
Ben Mauk, QB, Sr. (6’1”/200 lbs.) Cincinnati
Bret Meyer, QB, Sr. (6'3"/204 lbs.) Iowa State
Anthony Morelli, QB, Sr. (6'4"/232 lbs.) Penn State
Bernard Morris, QB, Sr. (6'4"/211 lbs.) Marshall
T.C. Ostrander, QB, Sr. (6'3"/215 lbs.) Stanford
Matt Ryan, QB, Sr. (6'5"/218 lbs.) Boston College
Ricky Santos, QB, Sr. (6'2"/215 lbs.) New Hampshire
Paul Smith, QB, Sr. (6'2"/193 lbs.) Tulsa
Adam Tafralis, QB, Sr. (6'1"/219 lbs.) San Jose State
Taylor Tharp, QB, Sr. (6’2”/210 lbs.) Boise State
Willie Tuitama, QB, Sr. (6'3"/206 lbs.) Arizona
Steve Walker, QB, Sr. (6'1"/210 lbs.) North Dakota State
Andre Woodson, QB, Sr. (6'5"/230 lbs.) Kentucky
Kyle Wright, QB, Sr. (6'4"/225 lbs.) Miami
Tom Zetts, QB, Sr. (6'1"/215 lbs.) Youngstown State

Here is the class of 2009


C.J. Bacher, QB, Jr. (6’2”/210 lbs.) Northwestern
Taylor Bennett, QB, Jr. (6'3"/215 lbs.) Georgia Tech
Todd Boeckman, QB, Jr. (6’5”/243 lbs.) Ohio State
Rhett Bomar, QB, Jr. (6’2”/215 lbs.) Sam Houston State
Hunter Cantwell, QB, Jr. (6'4"/230 lbs.) Louisville
Rudy Carpenter, QB, Jr. (6'2"/199 lbs.) Arizona State
Liam Coen, QB, Jr. (6'2"/205 lbs.) Massachusetts
Patrick Cowan, QB, Jr. (6'5"/218 lbs.) UCLA
Joe Craddock, QB, Jr. (5'11"/200 lbs.) Middle Tennessee State
Chase Daniel, QB, Jr. (6'0"/225 lbs.) Missouri
Sean Glennon, QB, Jr. (6'4"/221 lbs.) Virginia Tech
Dustin Grutza, QB, Jr. (6'2"/195 lbs.) Cincinnati
Cullen Harper, QB, Jr. (6’4”/220 lbs.)
Graham Harrell, QB, Jr. (6'2"/196 lbs.) Texas Tech
Chase Holbrook, QB, Jr. (6'5"/235 lbs.) New Mexico State
Brian Hoyer, QB, Jr. (6’2”/212 lbs.) Michigan State
Nate Longshore, QB, Jr. (6'5"/233 lbs.) California
Tyler Lorenzen, QB, Jr. (6’5”/226 lbs.)
Stephen McGee, QB, Jr. (6'3"/208 lbs.) Texas A&M
Curtis Painter, QB, Jr. (6'4"/233 lbs.) Purdue
Dominic Randolph, QB, Jr. (6’3”/203 lbs.) Holy Cross
Sean Schaefer, QB, Jr. (6'1"/215 lbs.) Towson
Mike Teel, QB, Jr. (6'4"/215 lbs.) Rutgers
Drew Weatherford, QB, Jr. (6'3"/220 lbs.) Florida State
Pat White, QB, Jr. (6'2"/185 lbs.) West Virginia
Drew Willy, QB, Jr. (6'3"/209 lbs.) Buffalo
John Parker Wilson, QB, Jr. (6'2"/209 lbs.) Alabama

Here is the class of 2010

Jake Christensen, QB, Soph. (6’1”/215 lbs.) Iowa
Nate Davis, QB, Soph. (6’2”/214 lbs.) Ball State
Josh Freeman, QB, Soph. (6’6”/238 lbs.) Kansas State
Matt Grothe, QB, Soph. (6’0”/213 lbs.) South Florida
Dan LeFevour, QB, Soph. (6’3”/226 lbs.) Central Michigan
Kellen Lewis, QB, Soph. (6’1”/185 lbs.) Indiana
Thaddeus Lewis, QB, Soph. (6’2”/190 lbs.) Duke
Colt McCoy, QB, Soph. (6’3”/ 195 lbs.) Texas
Mitch Mustain, QB, Soph. (6’3”/205 lbs.) USC
Matt Nichols, QB, Soph. (6’2”/220 lbs.) Eastern Washington
Ryan Perrilloux, QB, Soph. (6’3”/227 lbs.) LSU
Josh Portis, QB, Soph. (6’4”/210 lbs.) Maryland
Todd Reesing, QB, Soph. (5’11”/200 lbs.) Kansas
Mark Sanchez, QB, Soph. (6’4”/215 lbs.) USC
Jameel Sewell, QB, Soph. (6’3”/226 lbs.) Virginia
Jevan Snead, QB, Soph. (6’3”/215 lbs.) Ole Miss
Matthew Stafford, QB, Soph. (6’3”/237 lbs.) Georgia
Tim Tebow, QB, Soph. (6’3”/235 lbs.) Florida
Juice Williams, QB, Soph. (6’2”/223 lbs.) Illinois
Justin Willis, QB, Soph. (6’1”/210 lbs.) SMU

Here is the class of 2011

Pat Bostick, QB, Frosh. (6’3”/220 lbs.) Pittsburgh
Sam Bradford, QB, Frosh. (6’4”/214 lbs.) Oklahoma
John Brantley, QB, Frosh. (6’3”/195 lbs.) Florida
Kodi Burns, QB, Frosh. (6’1”/191 lbs.) Auburn
Jimmy Clausen, QB, Frosh. (6’3”/207 lbs.) Notre Dame
Pat Devlin, QB, Frosh. (6’4”/212 lbs.) Penn State
Willy Korn, QB, Frosh. (6’2”/200 lbs.) Clemson
Jake Locker, QB, Frosh. (6’3”/210 lbs.) Washington
Ryan Mallett, QB, Frosh. (6’6”/220 lbs.) Michigan
Mike Paulus, QB, Frosh. (6’5”/220 lbs.) North Carolina
Jeremy Ricker, QB, Frosh. (6’2”/216 lbs.) Maryland
Tyrod Taylor, QB, Frosh. (6’1”/206 lbs.) Virginia Tech
Giovanni Vizza, QB, Frosh. (6’0”/190 lbs.) North Texas
T.J. Yates, QB, Frosh. (6’3”/205 lbs.) North Carolina

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 03:42 PM
Cleanup completed.

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 03:43 PM
Cleanup completed.

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 03:44 PM
Cleanup completed.

23trufant
12-05-2007, 04:09 PM
Nice to see tow UNC QBs on there.

Mike Paulus though did not get any playing time this year because he has alot of trouble taking snaps undercenter and getting back to make a nice pass. He played ina shotgun offense in highschool.

TJ Yates impressed me this year, he came out of nowhere. Football was his second option and has only played it acouple of years. He really liked basketball but didnt think he could get a scholarship in basketball so played football instead. He makes some mental mistakes sometimes but has a really good arm. He benefits from having great WRs to work with but I tink if he can keep the starting job away from Paulus he has a chance to make it to the NFL. I dont think he will be a starter but more a solid backup - way to early to tell but just a quick guess.

skinzzfan25
12-05-2007, 04:11 PM
Can't wait to see what Josh Portis can do.

Maryland needs reliability at the QB position so badly.

Michigan
12-05-2007, 04:14 PM
obviously very early, but i'd rank the top 5:

1. Stafford
2. Tebow
3. Perriloux
4. Sanchez
5. Freeman

stellar class here.

Michigan
12-05-2007, 04:18 PM
lol this is pretty much a stab in the dark but:

1. Bradford
2. Mallett
3. Clausen
4. Taylor
5. Brantley

Tampa 2 4 life
12-05-2007, 04:18 PM
1. Stafford
2. Mccoy
3. Grothe/Reesing
4. LeFevour
5. Tebow

etk
12-05-2007, 04:19 PM
obviously very early, but i'd rank the top 5:

1. Stafford
2. Tebow
3. Perriloux
4. Sanchez
5. Freeman

stellar class here.

If you're going to rank Tebow that high, you have to include Dan LeFevour. Put LeFevour behind center in Florida's offense and he would be a Heisman candidate too. Mustain & Sneed are technically rFr right now. Perrilloux is my favorite QB prospect, I think his potential is incredible, and none of those QBs are really proven passers anyway.

Travis 24
12-05-2007, 04:30 PM
1. Matt Stafford
2. Nate Davis
3. Dan Lefevour
4. Tim Tebow
5. Mark Sanchez
6. Ryan Perrilloux
7. Colt McCoy
8. Justin Willis
9. Matt Grothe
10. Todd Reesing

Xonraider
12-05-2007, 04:30 PM
Jake Christensen, QB, Soph. (61/215 lbs.) Iowa
Nate Davis, QB, Soph. (62/214 lbs.) Ball State
Josh Freeman, QB, Soph. (66/238 lbs.) Kansas State
Matt Grothe, QB, Soph. (60/213 lbs.) South Florida
Kellen Lewis, QB, Soph. (61/185 lbs.) Indiana
Thaddeus Lewis, QB, Soph. (62/190 lbs.) Duke
Colt McCoy, QB, Soph. (63/ 195 lbs.) Texas
Mitch Mustain, QB, Soph. (63/205 lbs.) USC
Matt Nichols, QB, Soph. (62/220 lbs.) Eastern Washington
Josh Portis, QB, Soph. (64/210 lbs.) Maryland
Jameel Sewell, QB, Soph. (63/226 lbs.) Virginia
Jevan Snead, QB, Soph. (63/215 lbs.) Ole Miss
Juice Williams, QB, Soph. (62/223 lbs.) Illinois
Justin Willis, QB, Soph. (61/210 lbs.) SMU

1. Matthew Stafford
2. Ryan Perriloux
3. Tim Tebow
4. Todd Reesing
5. Mark Sanchez
6. Dan LeFevour

The rest I am not so familiar with, except for Juice and McCoy, but I wouldn't know where to place them.

Travis 24
12-05-2007, 04:36 PM
I'm surprised no one thinks Davis is that good...He has been remarkable for Ball state...He just destroyed Nebraska and almost won the game

Turtlepower
12-05-2007, 04:41 PM
I'm surprised no one thinks Davis is that good...He has been remarkable for Ball state...He just destroyed Nebraska and almost won the game

FYI, everyone destroyed Nebraska. =D

Travis 24
12-05-2007, 04:43 PM
Brink is a senior

Eh..my top 10, just making it right now

1. Todd Boeckman
2. Hunter Cantwell
3. Curtis Painter
4. Cullen Harper
5. Chase Daniel
6. Graham Harrell
7. Rudy Carpenter
8. Rhett Bomar
9. Nate Longshore
10. J.P. Wilson

Travis 24
12-05-2007, 04:48 PM
1. Brian Brohm
2. Matt Ryan
3. Andre Woodson
4. Erik Ainge
5. Josh Johnson
6. Colt Brennan
7. Joe Flacco
8. Chad Henne
9. Paul Smith
10. Adam Tafralis

Xonraider
12-05-2007, 04:54 PM
Erik Ainge, QB, Sr. (6'6"/220 lbs.) Tennessee
John David Booty, QB, Sr. (6'3"/210 lbs.) USC
Colt Brennan, QB, Sr. (6'3"/190 lbs.) Hawaii
Brian Brohm, QB, Sr. (6'4"/224 lbs.) Louisville
Zac Champion, QB, Sr. (6'2"/202 lbs.) Louisiana Tech
Brandon Cox, QB, Sr. (6'2"/202 lbs.) Auburn
Dennis Dixon, QB, Sr. (6'4"/205 lbs.) Oregon
Tyler Donovan, QB, Sr. (6'1"/185 lbs.) Wisconsin
Luke Drone, QB, Sr. (6'2"/210 lbs.) Illinois State
Joe Flacco, QB, Sr. (6'6"/230 lbs.) Delaware
Matt Flynn, QB, Sr. (6'3"/228 lbs.) LSU
Caleb Haine, QB, Sr. (6'2"/236 lbs.) Colorado State
Omar Haugbrook, QB, Sr. (6'2"/220 lbs.) Troy
Chad Henne, QB, Sr. (6'2"/224 lbs.) Michigan
Nick Hill, QB, Sr. (6'3"/220 lbs.) Southern Illinois
Josh Johnson, QB, Sr. (63/195 lbs.) San Diego
Sam Keller, QB, Sr. (6'4"/230 lbs.) Nebraska
Mike Kokal, QB, Sr. (6'2"/208 lbs.) Miami Ohio
Ben Mauk, QB, Sr. (61/200 lbs.) Cincinnati
Bret Meyer, QB, Sr. (6'3"/204 lbs.) Iowa State
Anthony Morelli, QB, Sr. (6'4"/232 lbs.) Penn State
Bernard Morris, QB, Sr. (6'4"/211 lbs.) Marshall
T.C. Ostrander, QB, Sr. (6'3"/215 lbs.) Stanford
Matt Ryan, QB, Sr. (6'5"/218 lbs.) Boston College
Ricky Santos, QB, Sr. (6'2"/215 lbs.) New Hampshire
Paul Smith, QB, Sr. (6'2"/193 lbs.) Tulsa
Adam Tafralis, QB, Sr. (6'1"/219 lbs.) San Jose State
Taylor Tharp, QB, Sr. (62/210 lbs.) Boise State
Willie Tuitama, QB, Sr. (6'3"/206 lbs.) Arizona
Steve Walker, QB, Sr. (6'1"/210 lbs.) North Dakota State
Andre Woodson, QB, Sr. (6'5"/230 lbs.) Kentucky
Kyle Wright, QB, Sr. (6'4"/225 lbs.) Miami
Tom Zetts, QB, Sr. (6'1"/215 lbs.) Youngstown State

1. Brian Brohm
2. Andre Woodson
3. Matt Ryan
4. Erick Ainge
5. Colt Brennan
6. Chad Henne
7. Joe Flacco
8. Josh Johnson
9. Paul Smith
10. Dennis Dixon *imo, not really likely tho

Tampa 2 4 life
12-05-2007, 05:08 PM
1. Brohm
2. Ryan
3. Woodson
4. Brennan
5. Ainge/Flacco

Tampa 2 4 life
12-05-2007, 05:10 PM
1. Boeckman/Cantwell
2. Harper
3. Daniel
4. Carpenter
5. Harrell?

Matthew Jones
12-05-2007, 05:27 PM
1. Matt Ryan, Boston College
2. Brian Brohm, Louisville
3. Andre Woodson, Kentucky
4. Colt Brennan, Hawaii
5. Erik Ainge, Tennessee
6. Chad Henne, Michigan
7. John David Booty, Southern Cal
8. Sam Keller, Nebraska
9. Josh Jonhson, San Diego
10. Dennis Dixon, Oregon

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 06:56 PM
I am compiling a ranking of the College Running backs by class. They are organized by class.

Let me know how you would rank them.

Class of 2008

Anthony Alridge, RB, Sr. (5'9"/170 lbs.) Houston
Lance Ball, RB, Sr. (5'9"/223 lbs.) Maryland
Kyle Bell, RB, Sr. (6'2"/226 lbs.) Colorado State
Yvenson Bernard, RB, Sr. (5'9"/202 lbs.) Oregon State
Alley Broussard, RB Sr. (6’1”/235 lbs.) Missouri Southern
Cory Byrd, RB, Sr. (6'1"/214 lbs.) South Carolina
Andre Callender, RB, Sr. (5'11"/204 lbs.) Boston College
Hugh Charles, RB, Sr. (5'8"/190 lbs.) Colorado
Tashard Choice, RB, Sr. (6'1"/205 lbs.) Georgia Tech
Omar Cuff, RB, Sr. (5’10”/195 lbs.) Delaware
Calvin Dawson, RB, Sr. (5'10"/207 lbs.) Louisiana-Monroe
Justin Forsett, RB, Sr. (5'8"/186 lbs.) California
Matt Forte, RB, Sr. (6'1"/224 lbs.) Tulane
B.J. Green-Ellis, RB, Sr. (5'11"/225 lbs.) Ole Miss
Chad Hall, RB, Sr. (5'7"/180 lbs.) Air Force
Mike Hart, RB, Sr. (5'9"/196 lbs.) Michigan
Tim Hightower, RB, Sr. (6’1”/225 lbs.) Richmond
Lex Hilliard, RB, Sr. (6’0”/242 lbs.) Montana
Keon Lattimore, RB, Sr. (5'11"/223 lbs.) Maryland
Rafael Little, RB, Sr. (5'10"/195 lbs.) Kentucky
Kregg Lumpkin, RB, Sr. (6'1"/222 lbs.) Georgia
Chris Markey, RB, Sr. (5'11"/204 lbs.) UCLA
Kalvin McRae, RB, Sr. (5'11"/208 lbs.) Ohio
Jalen Parmele, RB, Sr. (6'0"/222 lbs.) Toledo
Allen Patrick, RB, Sr. (6'0"/191 lbs.) Oklahoma
Amir Pinnix, RB, Sr. (6'0"/205 lbs.) Minnesota
Louis Rankin, RB, Sr. (6’0”/205 lbs.) Washington
Dantrell Savage, RB, Sr. (5'9"/190 lbs.) Oklahoma State
Carl Stewart, RB, Sr. (6'2"/224 lbs.) Auburn
Tony Temple, RB, Sr. (5'9"/200 lbs.) Missouri
Jamario Thomas, RB, Sr. (5'11"/210 lbs.) North Texas
Marcus Thomas, RB, Sr. (6'1"/215 lbs.) UTEP
Ryan Torain, RB, Sr. (6'1"/213 lbs.) Arizona State
Chauncey Washington, RB, Sr. (6'1"/220 lbs.) USC
L.V. Whitworth, RB, Sr. (5'11"/216 lbs.) Boston College
Danny Woodhead, RB, Sr. (5’9”/200 lbs.) Chadron State
Albert Young, RB, Sr. (5'10"/209 lbs.) Iowa

Class of 2009

Toney Baker, RB, Jr. (5'10"/220 lbs.) North Carolina State
Khalil Bell, RB, Jr. (6'0"/219 lbs.) UCLA
Aaron Brown, RB, Jr. (6'1"/196 lbs.) TCU
Andre Brown, RB, Jr. (6'0"/232 lbs.) North Carolina State
Jamaal Charles, RB, Jr. (6'1"/200 lbs.) Texas
James Davis, RB, Jr. (5'11"/205 lbs.) Clemson
Tyrell Fenroy, RB, Jr. (5'10"/180 lbs.) Louisiana-Lafayette
Arian Foster, RB, Jr. (6'1"/225 lbs.) Tennessee
Ian Johnson, RB, Jr. (5'11"/194 lbs.) Boise State
Jeremiah Johnson, RB, Jr. (5'9"/205 lbs.) Oregon
Felix Jones, RB, Jr. (6'0"/200 lbs.) Arkansas
Luke Lippincott, RB, Jr. (6’2”/215 lbs.) Nevada
Marlon Lucky, RB, Jr. (6'0"/210 lbs.) Nebraska
Darren McFadden, RB, Jr. (6'2"/205 lbs.) Arkansas
Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Jr. (5'11"/224 lbs.) Illinois
Kesthan Moore, RB, Jr. (5'10"/208 lbs.) Florida
Branden Ore, RB, Jr. (5'11"/202 lbs.) Virginia Tech
Ray Rice, RB, Jr. (5'9"/200 lbs.) Rutgers
Javon Ringer, RB, Jr. (5'9"/198 lbs.) Michigan State
Steve Slaton, RB, Jr. (5'10"/195 lbs.) West Virginia
Antone Smith, RB, Jr. (5'9"/188 lbs.) Florida State
Kevin Smith, RB, Jr. (6'1"/211 lbs.) Central Florida
LaRod Stephens-Howling, RB, Jr. (5'7"/175 lbs.) Pittsburgh
Jonathan Stewart, RB, Jr. (5'11"/230 lbs.) Oregon
Tyrell Sutton, RB, Jr. (5'9"/190 lbs.) Northwestern
Shannon Woods, RB, Jr. (5'11"/195 lbs.) Texas Tech

Class of 2010

Anthony Allen, RB, Soph. (6’1”/232 lbs.) Louisville
Donald Brown, RB, Soph. (5’11”/214 lbs.) Connecticut
Daniel Dufrene, RB, Soph. (5’11”/195 lbs.) Illinois
Damion Fletcher, RB, Soph. (5’10”/175 lbs.) Southern Mississippi
C.J. Gable, RB, Soph. (6’1”/190 lbs.) USC
P.J. Hill, RB, Soph. (5’11”/227 lbs.) Wisconsin
Javarris James, RB, Soph. (6’0”/211 lbs.) Miami
Eugene Jarvis, RB, Soph. (5’5”/170 lbs.) Kent State
Stafon Johnson, RB, Soph. (6’1”/210 lbs.) USC
Brandon Minor, RB, Soph. (6’0”/212 lbs.) Michigan
Emmanuel Moody, RB, Soph. (5’11”/205 lbs.) Florida
Jake Sharp, RB, Soph. (5’10”/190 lbs.) Kansas
C.J. Spiller, RB, Soph. (5’11”/190 lbs.) Clemson
Ben Tate, RB, Soph. (5’11”/211 lbs.) Auburn
Chris Wells, RB, Soph. (6’1”/235 lbs.) Ohio State
Keiland Williams, RB, Soph. (6’0”/226 lbs.) LSU

Class of 2011

Josh Adams, RB, Frosh. (6’0”/180 lbs.) Wake Forest
Zach Brown, RB, Frosh. (5’11”/198 lbs.) Wisconsin
John Clay, RB, Frosh. (6’2”/222 lbs.) Wisconsin
Graig Cooper, RB, Frosh. (6’0”/195 lbs.) Miami
Lennon Creer, RB, Frosh. (6’1”/202 lbs.) Tennessee
Noel Devine, RB, Frosh. (5’8”/170 lbs.) West Virginia
Terry Grant, RB, Frosh. (5’10”/188 lbs.) Alabama
Nick Grigsby, RB, Frosh. (5’10”/187 lbs.) Arizona
Robert Hughes, RB, Frosh. (5’11”/238 lbs.) Notre Dame
LeSean McCoy, RB, Frosh. (5’11”/210 lbs.) Pittsburgh
Joe McKnight, RB, Frosh. (6’0”/180 lbs.) USC
Knowshon Moreno, RB, Frosh. (5’11”/207 lbs.) Georgia
DeMarco Murray, RB, Frosh. (6’0”/191 lbs.) Oklahoma
Brandon Saine, RB, Frosh. (6’1”/220 lbs.) Ohio State
Marc Tyler, RB, Frosh. (6’0”/215 lbs.) USC

BamaFalcon59
12-05-2007, 06:57 PM
1. Todd Boeckman, QB Ohio State
2. Hunter Cantwell, QB Louisville
3. Chase Holbrook, QB New Mexico State
4. Nate Longshore, QB California
5. Cullen Harper, QB Clemson
6. Curtis Painter, QB Purdue
7. Rudy Carpenter, QB Arizona State
8. Mike Teel, QB Rutgers
9. Sean Glennon, QB Virginia Tech.
10. Pat White, QB West Virginia

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 06:58 PM
Cleanup completed.

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 06:59 PM
Cleanup completed.

BamaFalcon59
12-05-2007, 07:00 PM
Great class. Hard to rank.

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 07:00 PM
Cleanup completed

BamaFalcon59
12-05-2007, 07:03 PM
1. Tyrod Taylor, QB Virginia Tech.
2. Sam Bradford, QB Oklahoma
3. Ryan Mallett, QB Michigan
4. Jake Locker, QB Washington
5. Jimmy Clausen, QB Notre Dame

BamaFalcon59
12-05-2007, 07:09 PM
1. Chris Wells, RB Ohio State
2. CJ Spiller, RB Clemson
3. Javarris James, RB Miami
4. Keiland Williams, RB LSU
5. Emmanuel Moody, RB Florida

But too many threads.

P-L
12-05-2007, 07:11 PM
1. Sam Bradford
2. Jake Locker
3. Tyrod Taylor
4. Ryan Mallett
5. Jimmy Clausen
6. Pat Bostick

It's really early, but these are the only guys who I've seen play a significant amount of time.

BamaFalcon59
12-05-2007, 07:15 PM
1. LeSean McCoy, RB Pittsburgh
2. Knowshon Moreno, RB Georgia
3. DeMarco Murray, RB Oklahoma
4. Robert Hughes, RB Notre Dame
5. Noel Devine, RB West Virginia
6. Graig Cooper, RB Miami (Fl.)
7. Joe McKnight, RB USC
8. Brandon Saine, RB Ohio State
9. John Clay, RB Wisconsin
10. Terry Grant, RB Alabama

Nice 'small back' class. Not really scat backs most of them though.

DChess
12-05-2007, 07:15 PM
i think mallot will end up being the number one guy, he just has to fix the pitching windup he has for a delivery

BamaFalcon59
12-05-2007, 07:16 PM
Ryan Mallett is like a less acurate (could change), more durable (could change), Byron Leftwich.

Babylon
12-05-2007, 07:17 PM
Any list would have to start with Jake Locker,although technically he can be drafted in 09.

619
12-05-2007, 07:18 PM
1. jake locker
2. tyrod taylor
3. sam bradford
4. ryan mallet
5. john brantley

YAYareaRB
12-05-2007, 07:21 PM
Stanley Havili, RB BYU

1000+ yards rushing and 600+ yards receiving.

Billingsley26
12-05-2007, 07:21 PM
1. Bradford
2. Locker
3. Paulus

Im_a_Romosexual
12-05-2007, 07:22 PM
I'm surprised no one thinks Davis is that good...He has been remarkable for Ball state...He just destroyed Nebraska and almost won the game

He is Amazing. Strong Arm good height, just needs to increase his completion percentage, but it may be low due to the numerous deep balls he throws. Watch him Destroy Rutgers in the International Bowl, if you have a chance

ncst8fan83
12-05-2007, 07:23 PM
coughcoughjamelleeugenecoughcough

Jamelle Eugene 5'10" 200lbs, NCSU

kid is legit

diabsoule
12-05-2007, 07:26 PM
Too many threads.

619
12-05-2007, 07:28 PM
1. noel devine
2. lesean mccoy
3. demarco murray
4. knowshon moreno
5. joe mcknight
6. marc tyler
7. graig cooper
8. terry grant
9. robert hughes
10. brandon saine

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 08:04 PM
I am compiling a ranking of the College Wide Receivers by class. These are the wide receivers that are available to be selected in the 2008 NFL Draft. I am asking for anyones input on how they should be ranked. Please feel free to give comments about prospects or add a guy that I may have missed.

Class of 2008

Danny Amendola, WR, Sr. (5'11"/181 lbs.) Texas Tech
Jabari Arthur, WR, Sr. (6'4"/225 lbs.) Akron
Donnie Avery, WR, Sr. (5'11"/190 lbs.) Houston
Todd Blythe, WR, Sr. (6'5"/209 lbs.) Iowa State
Adarius Bowman, WR, Sr. (6'4"/220 lbs.) Oklahoma State
Mark Bradford, WR, Sr. (6'2"/210 lbs.) Stanford
Brandon Breazell, WR, Sr. (6'0"/155 lbs.) UCLA
Keith Brown, WR, Sr. (6'3"/204 lbs.) Alabama
Dorien Bryant, WR, Sr. (5'10"/175 lbs.) Purdue
Rudy Burgess, WR, Sr. (5'10"/188 lbs.) Arizona State
Tony Burks, WR, Sr. (6'4"/217 lbs.) Mississippi State
Keenan Burton, WR, Sr. (6'2"/190 lbs.) Kentucky
Andre Caldwell, WR, Sr. (6'0"/198 lbs.) Florida
Patrick Carter, WR, Sr. (6'3"/215 lbs.) Louisville
Cameron Colvin, WR, Sr. (6'2"/207 lbs.) Oregon
Early Doucet, WR, Sr. (6'0"/207 lbs.) LSU
Harry Douglas, WR, Sr. (5'11"/170lbs.) Louisville
De'Cody Fagg, WR, Sr. (6'3"/221 lbs.) Florida State
Casey Flair, WR, Sr. (6'1"/190 lbs.) UNLV
Will Franklin, WR, Sr. (6'2"/205 lbs.) Missouri
D.J. Hall, WR, Sr. (6'3"/186 lbs.) Alabama
Josh Hyman, WR, Sr. (5'11"/193 lbs.) Virginia Tech
Amarri Jackson, WR, Sr. (6'5"/195 lbs.) South Florida
Darnell Jenkins, WR, Sr. (5'10"/190 lbs.) Miami
Jaymar Johnson, WR, Sr. (6'1"/180 lbs.) Jackson State
Steve Johnson, WR, Sr. (6'3"/198 lbs.) Kentucky
Derek Kinder, WR, Sr. (6'1"/205 lbs.) Pittsburgh
Lance Leggett, WR, Sr. (6'3"/188 lbs.) Miami
Marcus Monk, WR, Sr. (6'6"/217 lbs.) Arkansas
Kenneth Moore, WR, Sr. (6'0"/204 lbs.) Wake Forest
Josh Morgan, WR, Sr. (6'1"/216 lbs.) Virginia Tech
Jordy Nelson, WR, Sr. (6'3"/217 lbs.) Kansas State
Brandon Powers, WR, Sr. (6'2"/218 lbs.) Oregon State
Maurice Purify, WR, Sr. (6'4"/220 lbs.) Nebraska
Darius Reynaud, WR, Sr. (5'10"/200 lbs.) West Virginia
Jason Rivers, WR, Sr. (6'2"/186 lbs.) Hawaii
Kevin Robinson, WR, Sr. (6'0"/192 lbs.) Utah State
Eddie Royal, WR, Sr. (5'10"/181 lbs.) Virginia Tech
Jerome Simpson, WR, Sr. (6'3"/190 lbs.) Coastal Carolina
Sammie Stroughter, WR, Sr. (6'0"/180 lbs.) Oregon State
Brett Swain, WR, Sr. (6'1"/200 lbs.) San Diego State
Luke Swan, WR, Sr. (6'0"/196 lbs.) Wisconsin
Limas Sweed, WR, Sr. (6'5"/219 lbs.) Texas
Earvin Taylor, WR, Sr. (6'3"/228 lbs.) Texas A&M
Ernie Wheelwright, WR, Sr. (6'5"/215 lbs.) Minnesota

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 08:05 PM
I am compiling a ranking of the College Wide Receivers by class. These are the wide receivers that are available to be selected in the 200 NFL Draft. I am asking for anyones input on how they should be ranked. Please feel free to give comments about prospects or add a guy that I may have missed.

Class of 2009

Adrian Arrington, WR, Jr. (6'3"/190 lbs.) Michigan
Ramses Barden, WR, Jr. (66/228 lbs.) Cal Poly
Earl Bennett, WR, Jr. (6'1"/200 lbs.) Vanderbilt
Davone Bess, WR, Jr. (5'10"/187 lbs.) Hawaii
Greg Carr, WR, Jr. (6'6"/203 lbs.) Florida State
Brent Casteel, WR, Jr. (5'10"/193 lbs.) Utah
Quan Cosby, WR, Jr. (5'11"/200 lbs.) Texas
Jarrett Dillard, WR, Jr. (5'11"/160 lbs.) Rice
Dexton Fields, WR, Jr. (6'0"/180 lbs.) Kansas
Casey Fitzgerald, WR, Jr. (511/186 lbs.) North Texas
Ryan Grice-Mullen, WR, Jr. (5'10"/174 lbs.) Hawaii
James Hardy, WR, Jr. (6'7"/220 lbs.) Indiana
Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Jr. (6'1"/201 lbs.) Oklahoma
DeSean Jackson, WR, Jr. (6'0"/166 lbs.) California
Aaron Kelly, WR, Jr. (65/180 lbs.) Clemson
Malcom Kelly, WR, Jr. (6'4 "/217 lbs.) Oklahoma
Dante Love, WR, Jr. (5'10"/176 lbs.) Ball State
Cameron Luke, WR, Jr. (62/211 lbs.) Texas State
Selwyn Lymon, WR, Jr. (6'4"/215 lbs.) Purdue
Dicky Lyons, WR, Jr. (5'11"/190 lbs.) Kentucky
Mario Manningham, WR, Jr. (6'0"/181 lbs.) Michigan
Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Jr. (6'2"/189 lbs.) Georgia
Marko Mitchell, WR, Jr. (6'4"/195 lbs.) Nevada
Kevin Ogletree, WR, Jr. (6'2"/189 lbs.) Virginia
Eric Peterman, WR, Jr. (61/200 lbs.) Northwestern
Eron Riley, WR, Jr. (63/200 lbs.) Duke
Brian Robiskie, WR, Jr. (6'3"/195 lbs.) Ohio State
Jamarko Simmons, WR, Jr. (6'2"/231 lbs.) Western Michigan
Devin Thomas, WR, Jr. (62/218 lbs.) Michigan State
Mike Thomas, WR, Jr. (5'8"/195 lbs.) Arizona
Patrick Turner, WR, Jr. (6'5"/220 lbs.) USC
Tiquan Underwood, WR, Jr. (6'2"/180 lbs.) Rutgers
Mario Urrutia, WR, Jr. (6'6"/220 lbs.) Louisville
Derrick Williams, WR, Jr. (6'0"/203 lbs.) Penn State
Jaison Williams, WR, Jr. (6'5"/240 lbs.) Oregon

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 08:06 PM
I am compiling a ranking of the College Wide Receivers by class. These are the wide receivers that are available to be selected in the 2010 NFL Draft. I am asking for anyones input on how they should be ranked. Please feel free to give comments about prospects or add a guy that I may have missed.

Class of 2010

Bryan Anderson, WR, Soph. (65/205 lbs.) Central Michigan
Freddie Barnes, WR, Soph. (62/212 lbs.) Bowling Green
Kenny Britt, WR, Soph. (64/205 lbs.) Rutgers
Cortez Gent, WR, Soph. (62/170 lbs.) Florida Atlantic
Brian Hartline, WR, Soph. (6'3"/180 lbs.) Ohio State
Percy Harvin, WR, Soph. (511/181 lbs.) Florida
Vidal Hazelton, WR, Soph. (63/210 lbs.) USC
Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Soph. (6'2"/206 lbs.) Maryland
Terrell Hudgins, WR, Soph. (63/226 lbs.) Elon
Jeff Moturi, WR, Soph. (60/180 lbs.) UTEP
Hakeem Nicks, WR, Soph. (61/215 lbs.) North Carolina
Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Soph. (61/180 lbs.) SMU
Oderick Turner, WR, Soph. (6'3"/200 lbs.) Pittsburgh

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
12-05-2007, 08:07 PM
I am compiling a ranking of the College Wide Receivers by class. These are the wide receivers that are available to be selected in the 2011 NFL Draft. I am asking for anyones input on how they should be ranked. Please feel free to give comments about prospects or add a guy that I may have missed.

Class of 2011

Arrelious Benn, WR, Frosh. (62/215 lbs.) Illinois
Marcus Bennett, WR, Frosh. (61/165 lbs.) Cincinnati
Dezmon Briscoe, WR, Frosh. (63/200 lbs.) Kansas
Michael Crabtree, WR, Frosh. (63/222 lbs.) Texas Tech
Dion Lecorn, WR, Frosh. (511/208 lbs.) South Carolina
Greg Little, WR, Frosh. (63/210 lbs.) North Carolina
Jeremy Maclin, WR, Frosh. (61/185 lbs.) Missouri
Brennan Marion, WR, Frosh. (61/185 lbs.) Tulsa
Jock Sanders, WR, Frosh. (58/185 lbs.) West Virginia
Demaryius Thomas, WR, Frosh. (63/220 lbs.) Georgia Tech
Terrance Tolivar, WR, Frosh. (65/190 lbs.) LSU

jayceheathman
12-05-2007, 08:16 PM
Chase Holbrook > Peyton Manning.

etk
12-05-2007, 09:27 PM
Josh Adams, RB, Frosh. (60/180 lbs.) Wake Forest
Zach Brown, RB, Frosh. (511/198 lbs.) Wisconsin
John Clay, RB, Frosh. (62/222 lbs.) Wisconsin
Graig Cooper, RB, Frosh. (60/195 lbs.) Miami
Lennon Creer, RB, Frosh. (61/202 lbs.) Tennessee
Noel Devine, RB, Frosh. (58/170 lbs.) West Virginia
Terry Grant, RB, Frosh. (510/188 lbs.) Alabama
Nick Grigsby, RB, Frosh. (510/187 lbs.) Arizona
Robert Hughes, RB, Frosh. (511/238 lbs.) Notre Dame
LeSean McCoy, RB, Frosh. (511/210 lbs.) Pittsburgh
Joe McKnight, RB, Frosh. (60/180 lbs.) USC
Knowshon Moreno, RB, Frosh. (511/207 lbs.) Georgia
DeMarco Murray, RB, Frosh. (60/191 lbs.) Oklahoma
Brandon Saine, RB, Frosh. (61/220 lbs.) Ohio State
Marc Tyler, RB, Frosh. (60/215 lbs.) USC

1. Moreno
2. Cooper
3. Murray
4. Saine
5. Tyler
6. McCoy
7. Brown
8. Adams
9. Grant
10. McKnight

scottyboy
12-05-2007, 09:35 PM
I am compiling a ranking of the College Wide Receivers by class. These are the wide receivers that are available to be selected in the 2010 NFL Draft. I am asking for anyones input on how they should be ranked. Please feel free to give comments about prospects or add a guy that I may have missed.

Class of 2010

Bryan Anderson, WR, Soph. (65/205 lbs.) Central Michigan
Freddie Barnes, WR, Soph. (62/212 lbs.) Bowling Green
Kenny Britt, WR, Soph. (64/205 lbs.) Rutgers
Cortez Gent, WR, Soph. (62/170 lbs.) Florida Atlantic
Brian Hartline, WR, Soph. (6'3"/180 lbs.) Ohio State
Percy Harvin, WR, Soph. (511/181 lbs.) Florida
Vidal Hazelton, WR, Soph. (63/210 lbs.) USC
Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Soph. (6'2"/206 lbs.) Maryland
Terrell Hudgins, WR, Soph. (63/226 lbs.) Elon
Jeff Moturi, WR, Soph. (60/180 lbs.) UTEP
Hakeem Nicks, WR, Soph. (61/215 lbs.) North Carolina
Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Soph. (61/180 lbs.) SMU
Oderick Turner, WR, Soph. (6'3"/200 lbs.) Pittsburgh

overall talent, Harvin may top the list. As NFL WR's?

1. Britt
2: Heyward-Bey

Harvin, i dont know where he's gonna line up in the NFL honestly.

etk
12-05-2007, 09:37 PM
There is no way Bryan Anderson weighs 205. He's a toothpick. Britt, Hazelton & Heyward-Bey are the top 3. Turner, Nicks & Harvin are also up there.

Primetime21
12-05-2007, 09:39 PM
I am compiling a ranking of the College Wide Receivers by class. These are the wide receivers that are available to be selected in the 2010 NFL Draft. I am asking for anyones input on how they should be ranked. Please feel free to give comments about prospects or add a guy that I may have missed.

Class of 2010

Bryan Anderson, WR, Soph. (65/205 lbs.) Central Michigan
Freddie Barnes, WR, Soph. (62/212 lbs.) Bowling Green
Kenny Britt, WR, Soph. (64/205 lbs.) Rutgers
Cortez Gent, WR, Soph. (62/170 lbs.) Florida Atlantic
Brian Hartline, WR, Soph. (6'3"/180 lbs.) Ohio State
Percy Harvin, WR, Soph. (511/181 lbs.) Florida
Vidal Hazelton, WR, Soph. (63/210 lbs.) USC
Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Soph. (6'2"/206 lbs.) Maryland
Terrell Hudgins, WR, Soph. (63/226 lbs.) Elon
Jeff Moturi, WR, Soph. (60/180 lbs.) UTEP
Hakeem Nicks, WR, Soph. (61/215 lbs.) North Carolina
Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Soph. (61/180 lbs.) SMU
Oderick Turner, WR, Soph. (6'3"/200 lbs.) Pittsburgh


Jeremy Childs of BSU needs to be on this list.
Stats: http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/player/profile?playerId=174748

One of the hardest workers at BSU. Should be the best route runner of his class.

BuddyCHRIST
12-05-2007, 09:44 PM
Cullen Harper looks like the real deal to me

Billingsley26
12-05-2007, 10:19 PM
WOW! This entire thread has become an entire mess!

diabsoule
12-05-2007, 10:55 PM
WOW! This entire thread has become an entire mess!

I probably could have made it a little nicer when I cleaned it up. Oh well. You can still tell what's what.

steelernation77
12-06-2007, 01:47 AM
Jake Christensen is probably the best pro prospect for the next 10 years.

M.O.T.H.
12-06-2007, 02:33 PM
Seems like you forgot about, Gamecocks Juniors, Mike Davis and Kenny Mckinley.

art vandelay
12-06-2007, 06:21 PM
What about Mike Williams from Syracuse for the Class of '10? He's a stud...

doingthisinsteadofwork
12-07-2007, 07:32 PM
Take Nate Longshore out of there.He doesnt deserve to be ranked.

Zyro_1014
12-07-2007, 10:50 PM
Stanley Havili, RB BYU

1000+ yards rushing and 600+ yards receiving.

Havili goes to USC man