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princefielder28
04-09-2008, 12:44 PM
Quarterbacks
1. Brian Brohm, Louisville
2. Matt Ryan, Boston College
3. Joe Flacco, Delaware
4. Andre Woodson, Kentucky
5. John David Booty, USC
6. Colt Brennan, Hawaii
7. Chad Henne, Michigan
8. Josh Johnson, San Diego
9. Dennis Dixon, Oregon
10. Kevin O’Connell, San Diego State
11. Sam Keller, Nebraska
12. Erik Ainge, Tennessee
13. Matt Flynn, LSU
14. Paul Smith, Tulsa
15. Anthony Morelli, Penn State

Running Backs
1. Darren McFadden, Arkanas
2. Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois
3. Jonathan Stewart, Oregon
4. Chris Johnson, East Carolina
5. Ray Rice, Rutgers
6. Felix Jones, Arkansas
7. Matt Forte, Tulane
8. Jamaal Charles, Texas
9. Steve Slaton, West Virginia
10. Kevin Smith, Central Florida
11. Tashard Choice, Georgia Tech
12. Cory Boyd, South Carolina
13. Anthony Alridge, Houston
14. Mike Hart, Michigan
15. Jalen Parmele, Toledo

Fullbacks
1. Peyton Hillis, Arkansas
2. Owen Schmitt, West Virginia
3. Jacob Hester, LSU
4. Jerome Felton, Furman
5. Carl Stewart, Auburn

Wide Receivers
1. Devin Thomas, Michigan State
2. DeSean Jackson, California
3. James Hardy, Indiana
4. Limas Sweed, Texas
5. Mario Manningham, Michigan
6. Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina
7. Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma
8. Earl Bennett, Vanderbilt
9. Donnie Avery, Houston
10. Early Doucet, LSU
11. Jordy Nelson, Kansas State
12. Andre Caldwell, Florida
13. Lavelle Hawkins, California
14. William Franklin, Missouri
15. Dexter Jackson, Appalachian State

Tight Ends
1. Dustin Keller, Purdue
2. John Carlson, Notre Dame
3. Martellus Bennett, Texas A&M
4. Fred Davis, USC
5. Brad Cottam, Tennessee
6. Craig Stevens, California
7. Jermichael Finley, Texas
8. Martin Rucker, Missouri
9. Kellen Davis, Michigan State
10. Jacob Tamme, Kentucky

Offensive Tackles
1. Jake Long, Michigan
2. Chris Williams, Vanderbilt
3. Ryan Clady, Boise State
4. Gosder Cherilus, Boston College
5. Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh
6. Sam Baker, USC
7. Carl Nicks, Nebraska
8. Oniel Cousins, UTEP
9. Anthony Collins, Kansas
10. Duane Brown, Virginia Tech
11. Tony Hills, Texas
12. Geoff Schwartz, Oregon
13. Kirk Barton, Ohio State
14. King Dunlap, Auburn
15. Brandon Keith, Northern Iowa

Guards
1. Branden Albert, Virginia
2. Chilo Rachal, USC
3. Roy Schuening, Oregon State
4. Jeremy Zuttah, Rutgers
5. John Greco, Toledo
6. Michael McGlynn, Pittsburgh
7. Chad Rinehart, Northern Iowa
8. Eric Young, Tennessee
9. Donald Thomas, Connecticut
10. Drew Radovich, USC
11. Kerry Brown, Appalachian State
12. Robert Felton, Arkansas
13. Pedro Sosa, Rutgers
14. Mike Gibson, California
15. Shannon Tevaga, UCLA

Centers
1. Mike Pollak, Arizona State
2. John Sullivan, Notre Dame
3. Steve Justice, Wake Forest
4. Jamey Richard, Buffalo
5. Kory Lichtensteiger, Bowling Green
6. Cody Wallace, Texas A&M
7. Matt Spanos, USC
8. Eric Scott, Kentucky
9. Drew Miller, Florida
10. Fernando Velasco, Georgia

Defensive Ends
1. Chris Long, Virginia
2. Vernon Gholston, Ohio State
3. Philip Merling, Clemson
4. Derrick Harvey, Florida
5. Quentin Groves, Auburn
6. Calais Campbell, Miami(FL)
7. Lawrence Jackson, USC
8. Jason Jones, Eastern Michigan
9. Jeremy Thompson, Wake Forest
10. Darrell Robertson, Georgia Tech
11. Kendall Langford, Hampton
12. Chris Ellis, Virginia Tech
13. Tommy Blake, TCU
14. Wallace Gilberry, Alabama
15. Johnny Dingle, West Virginia

Defensive Tackles
1. Glenn Dorsey, LSU
2. Sedrick Ellis, USC
3. Trevor Laws, Notre Dame
4. Kentwan Balmer, North Carolina
5. Dre Moore, Maryland
6. Pat Sims, Auburn
7. Ahtyba Rubin, Iowa State
8. Marcus Harrison, Arkansas
9. Red Bryant, Texas A&M
10. Frank Okam, Texas
11. Letroy Guion, Florida State
12. DeMario Pressley, North Carolina State
13. Andre Fluellen, Florida State
14. Nick Hayden, Wisconsin
15. Lionel Dotson, Arizona

Outside Linebackers
1. Keith Rivers, USC
2. Erin Henderson, Maryland
3. Cliff Avril, Purdue
4. Xavier Adibi, Virginia Tech
5. Tavares Gooden, Miami(FL)
6. Philip Wheeler, Georgia Tech
7. Shawn Crable, Michigan
8. Geno Hayes, Florida State
9. Marcus Howard, Georgia
10. Wesley Woodyard, Kentucky
11. Ali Highsmith, LSU
12. Jordon Dizon, Colorado
13. Stanford Keglar, Purdue
14. Bruce Davis, UCLA
15. Erza Butler, Nevada

Inside Linebackers
1. Dan Connor, Penn State
2. Curtis Lofton, Oklahoma
3. Jerod Mayo, Tennessee
4. Beau Bell, UNLV
5. Jonathan Goff, Vanderbilt
6. Ben Moffitt, South Florida
7. J Leman, Illinois

Cornerbacks
1. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee
2. Mike Jenkins, South Florida
3. Leodis McKelvin, Troy
4. Antoine Cason, Arizona
5. Aqib Talib, Kansas
6. Brandon Flowers, Virginia Tech
7. Tracy Porter, Indiana
8. Justin King, Penn State
9. Antwaun Molden, Eastern Kentucky
10. Patrick Lee, Auburn
11. Charles Godfrey, Iowa
12. Terrell Thomas, USC
13. Orlando Scandrick, Boise State
14. Chevis Jackson, LSU
15. Tyvon Branch, Connecticut
16. Jack Ikegwuonu, Wisconsin
17. Trae Williams, South Florida
18. Dwight Lowery, San Jose State
19. Jack Williams, Kent State
20. Jonathan Zenon, LSU

Safeties
1. Kenny Phillips, Miami(FL)
2. DaJuan Morgan, North Carolina State
3. Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State
4. Reggie Smith, Oklahoma
5. Josh Barrett, Arizona State
6. Thomas DeCoud, California
7. Quintin Demps, UTEP
8. Tom Zbikowski, Notre Dame
9. Jamar Adams, Michigan
10. Craig Steltz, LSU

Matthew Jones
04-09-2008, 01:21 PM
Don't like the QB rankings and WRs are kind of odd, but nice work. Looking forward to the defense! +rep for the effort.

Gay Ork Wang
04-09-2008, 01:27 PM
no one likes Chad Henne :D

princefielder28
04-09-2008, 05:07 PM
The defensive rankings have just been added to the first post!

Michigan
04-09-2008, 06:03 PM
no one likes Chad Henne :D

I've come to the conclusion that the 3 least popular players in this draft (among NFLDC'ers) are 1. Matt Ryan 2. Chad Henne 3. Jeff Otah. Anytime you mock them to a team, the team's fans will complain.

holt_bruce81
04-09-2008, 06:06 PM
How can you have Sam Keller over Erik Ainge?

Keller is the worst QB I have ever seen.

terribletowel39
04-09-2008, 06:09 PM
I think most have forgotten to watch tape on Highsmith and have let his slow 40's do his talking. He was talked about as sneaking into the 1st round before the combine and now I don't think I have seen him in the Top 10 of LBers. If NFL teams have him ranked the same as us forum goers, someone is getting a steal, the guy flies to the ball and is a really reliable tackler.

lordquas
04-09-2008, 08:08 PM
henne, brennan,and j johnson are all above booty in real life

princefielder28
04-09-2008, 09:01 PM
henne, brennan,and j johnson are all above booty in real life

what's that suppose to mean???

AtariBigby
04-09-2008, 10:59 PM
Good effort, and I like Brohm ahead of Ryan. People forget that Dan Marino had a bad senior season at Pitt, and then some BS rumors.... and suddenly 5 QBs were taken ahead of him.
Brian Brohm was a top 5 or top 10 pick LAST YEAR, and maybe even the year before. Matt Ryan was not on anyone's top ten radar a year ago. Remember the one-year wonders like Ryan Leaf and Alex Smith, and Akili Smith?

But I guarantee you that Chad Henne is better than the 7th best QB of this class !
Unless he gets stuck in Atlanta..... then who knows.

HEISMANHERSCHEL
04-09-2008, 11:09 PM
I like it, cause it is outside the box, brotha!!! I get bored seeing the same positional rankings by everyone. I say, "Good Job"

holt_bruce81
04-09-2008, 11:49 PM
what's that suppose to mean???

I think he just means NFL teams would have them a head of Booty.