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Tampa 2 4 life
04-30-2008, 06:54 PM
Note: Most of these are personal preference, I'm willing to explain most of these.
Note(2): I only included Junior's/rSO who I think have a realistic chance of coming out next year.

QB
1: Cullen Harper
2: Curtis Painter
3: Matthew Stafford
4: Sam Bradford
5: Tim Tebow
6: Hunter Cantwell
7: Todd Boeckman
8: Rudy Carpenter
9: Chase Daniels
10: Mike Teel

RB
1: Beanie Wells
2: LeSean Mccoy
3: Knowshon Moreno
4: James Davis
5: C.J. Spiller
6: Javarris James
7: Marlon Lucky
8: Javon Ringer
9: Keiland Williams
10: P.J. Hill

WR
1: Michael Crabtree
2: Darius Heyward-Bay
3: Brandon Lafell
4: Percy Harvin
5: Jeremy Maclin
6: Jaison Williams
7: Brian Robiskie
8: Oderick Turner
9: Patrick Turner
10: Aaron Kelly

TE
1: Andrew Quarless
2: Chase Coffman
3: Travis Beckum
4: Cornelius Ingram
5: Cody Slate
6: Brandon Pettigrew
7: Ryan purvis
8: Logan paulsen
9: Scott Sicko
10: Shawn Nelson

(Won't do O-Lineman because I don't really know many past 5)

DE
1: Tyson jackson
2: George Selvie(He'll be #1 as soon as I see how much Bulk he's supposedly put on)
3: Michael johnson
4: Lawrence Wilson
5: Brian Orakpo
6: Kyle Moore
7: Ian Campbell
8: Tim Jamison
9: Matt Shaughnessy
10: Eric Moncur

DT:
1: Al Woods
2: Fili Moala
3: DeMarecus Granger
4: Sen'Derrick Marks
5: Roy Miller
6: Demonte Bolden(Assuming he's Healthy)
7: Marlon Favorite
8: Jason Chapman
9. B.J. Raji
10: Jeff Owens

LB:
1: Rey Maualuga
2: James Laurinitis
3. Brian Cushing
4. Sean lee
5: Anthony Heywood
6: Brandon Spikes
7: Darryl Sharpton
8: Tyrell Sales
9: Maurice Crum Jr.
10: Joe Pawelek

CB:
1. Malcolm Jenkins
2: Vontae Davis
3: Wapamo Osaisai
4: Joe Burnett
5: Victor Harris
6: Chris Owens
7: Trevard Lindley
8: Donald Washington
9: Tony Carter
10: Monterio Jones(This Year's DII Late Riser)

S:
1: Taylor Mays
2: Williams Moore
3: Nic Harris
4: Myron Rolle
5: Patrick Chung
6: Chris Clemons
7: Kam Chancellor
8: Dwain Crawford
9: Courtney Greene
10: Derek Pegues

Constructive Criticism Welcome.

scottyboy
04-30-2008, 06:59 PM
WTF?

No Mike Teel? no Underwood or Britt? Greene at 9? pshhhha stupid USF fans, go back to kissing little boys on the mouth just a lil' big east rivalry, no personal attack here

Tampa 2 4 life
04-30-2008, 07:00 PM
WTF?

No Mike Teel? no Underwood or Britt? Greene at 9? pshhhha stupid USF fans, go back to kissing little boys on the mouth just a lil' big east rivalry, no personal attack here

Teel Would be like, 12.

Underwood would be in the teens, And it's a strong Safety year so don't get mad at me :(

MaxV
04-30-2008, 07:00 PM
Sean Lee is out for the year and will take a redshirt this season.

Caddy
04-30-2008, 07:01 PM
I'm really interested in seeing Hunter Cantwell being the full-time QB at Lousiville. I think he has an opportunity to be a real wildcard this year who could be either a borderline first rounder, or UDFA depending on his play.

Tampa 2 4 life
04-30-2008, 07:02 PM
Sean Lee is out for the year and will take a redshirt this season.

...****.

Ten Characters

BeerBaron
04-30-2008, 07:04 PM
Sean Lee is out for the year and will take a redshirt this season.

sadly.......

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
04-30-2008, 07:08 PM
For some reason I can't stop thinking of Ron Dayne when I see P.J. Hill. Are they a good comparison? Are there styles similar?

foozball
04-30-2008, 08:14 PM
greg hardy- doesnt get along with the coaches at ole miss
greg middleton- led nation in sacks last year
maurice evans

maurice evans may not come out, but i believe the other 2 will

and RB Andre Brown from NC State is missing as well...6'0 230lbs and with speed and POWER

Cigaro
04-30-2008, 08:17 PM
No Jasper Brinkley, Captain Munnerlyn, Emmanuel Cook, or Kenny McKinnley on the list? Not saying they are number one, but each is definitely in the top ten at each of its position.

princefielder28
04-30-2008, 08:24 PM
FYI, you have Carpenter ranked twice

Tampa 2 4 life
04-30-2008, 08:30 PM
FYI, you have Carpenter ranked twice

Thanks, Fixed it.

BaLLiN
04-30-2008, 08:36 PM
you really think Osaisai and Burnett are better CB's than Macho Harris? Idk, Macho looks like 1st round talent to me.

BamaFalcon59
04-30-2008, 08:45 PM
CB:
1. Malcolm Jenkins
2: Vontae Davis
3: Wapamo Osaisai
4: Joe Burnett
5: Victor Harris
6: Chris Owens
7: Trevard Lindley
8: Donald Washington
9: Tony Carter
10: Monterio Jones(This Year's DII Late Riser)

S:
1: Taylor Mays
2: Williams Moore
3: Nic Harris
4: Myron Rolle
5: Patrick Chung
6: Chris Clemons
7: Kam Chancellor
8: Dwain Crawford
9: Courtney Greene
10: Derek Pegues

To quote a friends of mine...ur sick as fuk.

Harris, in my opinion, will be the third cornerback at worst with the potential to be number one.

Chancellor is so underrated. He is 6'3" 225, raw but productive, amazing hitter, great athlete. Going to be a great prospect, although I think he comes out as a senior, because right now the hype on him is low.

Ozzy
04-30-2008, 09:00 PM
What is with all of this Curtis Painter crap? The guy is not that good, he is ok but not elite by any means. He does not have great arm strength, is a product of the system basically. No way is he even close to being better than Brees was in college. Painter is not a great leader and really is a second tear QB IMO. Stafford is worlds ahead of him. And Tebow does one consider him at safety? Who knows, he will be a very interesting prospect indeed, hope he improves his passing a little because he is such a great leader. John Parker Wilson has to be included as well.
QB
1: Cullen Harper
2: Curtis Painter
3: Matthew Stafford
4: Sam Bradford
5: Tim Tebow
6: Hunter Cantwell
7: Todd Boeckman
8: Rudy Carpenter
9: Chase Daniels
10: Mike Teel

I agree here, most of the SR RB's are not very elite at all and just like this year highly ranked JR's or SOPH's can easily come out and get drafted very high. Ringer could have a huge year though potentially I would have him a little higher.
RB
1: Beanie Wells
2: LeSean Mccoy
3: Knowshon Moreno
4: James Davis
5: C.J. Spiller
6: Javarris James
7: Marlon Lucky
8: Javon Ringer
9: Keiland Williams
10: P.J. Hill

WR
1: Michael Crabtree
2: Darius Heyward-Bay
3: Brandon Lafell
4: Percy Harvin
5: Jeremy Maclin
6: Jaison Williams
7: Brian Robiskie
8: Oderick Turner
9: Patrick Turner
10: Aaron Kelly

TE
1: Andrew Quarless
2: Chase Coffman
3: Travis Beckum
4: Cornelius Ingram
5: Cody Slate
6: Brandon Pettigrew
7: Ryan purvis
8: Logan paulsen
9: Scott Sicko
10: Shawn Nelson



Here are some OL's, all seniors also. Quite a sweet group I must say
OT
Michael Oher Mississippi
Alex Boone Ohio St.
Philip Loadholt Oklahoma
Jose Valdez Arkansas
Andrew Gardner Georgia Tech
Eugene Monroe Virginia
Ryan Stanchek West Virginia
Eric VandenHeuvel Wisconsin
Dace Richardson Iowa
Matt Slauson Nebraska
Yemi Babalola Texas A&M
Max Unger Oregon
Jake Figner West Virginia
Sean Sester Purdue
Reggie Youngblood Miami FL
Lyndon Murtha Nebraska

OG
Brandon Walker Oklahoma
Herman Johnson LSU
George Robinson Oklahoma
Chris DeGeare Wake Forest
Jeremy Perry Oregon St
Steve Rehring Ohio St.
Kraig Urbik Wisconsin
CJ Davis Pitt
Andy Kemp Wisconsin
BJ Stabler Alabama
Cedric Dockery Texas

C
Jonathan Luigs Arkansas
Antoine Caldwell Alabama
Brett Helms LSU
Eric Wood Louisville
Ryan Schmidt Kansas St.
Dumaka Atkins Florida St.
Robby Felix UTEP


I love Johnson's potential as much as anyone but seriously we need to see him produce, last year he was not always that productive and did not play a great deal. Plus he will never be a freak athlete, he is quick and fast but not very strong, he has to get bigger.
DE
1: Tyson jackson
2: George Selvie
3: Michael johnson
4: Lawrence Wilson
5: Brian Orakpo
6: Kyle Moore
7: Ian Campbell
8: Tim Jamison
9: Matt Shaughnessy
10: Eric Moncur

DT:
1: Al Woods
2: Fili Moala
3: DeMarecus Granger
4: Sen'Derrick Marks
5: Roy Miller
6: Demonte Bolden
7: Marlon Favorite
8: Jason Chapman
9. B.J. Raji
10: Jeff Owens

Miss a lot of players at LB, almost too many to count, there are a lot of quality players at ILB and OLB
LB:
1: Rey Maualuga
2: James Laurinitis
3. Brian Cushing
4. Sean lee
5: Anthony Heywood
6: Brandon Spikes
7: Darryl Sharpton
8: Tyrell Sales
9: Maurice Crum Jr.
10: Joe Pawelek

Where is Alphonso Smith, Darius Butler, DeAngelo Smith and Mike Mickens? All of these guys are better than some on this list. Butler is better than Branch was from UCONN who got drafted this year.

CB:
1. Malcolm Jenkins
2: Vontae Davis
3: Wapamo Osaisai
4: Joe Burnett
5: Victor Harris
6: Chris Owens
7: Trevard Lindley
8: Donald Washington
9: Tony Carter
10: Monterio Jones


With the season Pegues had last year he should be a lot higher, he will be even better this season. Rolle is better than Mays I feel and Reshard Langford I would include as well.
S:
1: Taylor Mays
2: Williams Moore
3: Nic Harris
4: Myron Rolle
5: Patrick Chung
6: Chris Clemons
7: Kam Chancellor
8: Dwain Crawford
9: Courtney Greene
10: Derek Pegues

foozball
04-30-2008, 09:03 PM
im wondering why lawrence wilson is ranked so high. he hasnt done anything yet. if he were to come out, he'd be a one year wonder. he was injured last year as a soph in the first game. i believe he has 4 career sacks so far.

fischbowl
04-30-2008, 09:10 PM
no Alex Mack, Ozzy?

Jonny
04-30-2008, 09:12 PM
You honestly think Oderick Turner is better than Britt?

coCANES17
04-30-2008, 09:13 PM
Oh man I can't wait for the Michael Crabtree bandwagon to crash and burn. I'm predicting mid October as the official crash time. Also no Captain Munnerlyn. Tisk Tisk. No Jermaine Gresham even on the list? No Mike Mickens?

doingthisinsteadofwork
04-30-2008, 09:50 PM
People really are underating Sydquan Thompson.

Xiomera
04-30-2008, 09:55 PM
Terrance Taylor has to be among the top DT's. He is a stud.

BaLLiN
04-30-2008, 10:10 PM
Where is Alphonso Smith, Darius Butler, DeAngelo Smith and Mike Mickens? All of these guys are better than some on this list. Butler is better than Branch was from UCONN who got drafted this year.

yea, i like Alphonso smith but he is short and not physical, but he really knows how to play the ball. Mickens should definitely be on there, Alphonso maybe one of the 5 spots at the end. other smith i know nothing about

Unbiased
04-30-2008, 10:15 PM
Rolle is better than Mays I feel
S:
1: Taylor Mays
2: Williams Moore
3: Nic Harris
4: Myron Rolle
5: Patrick Chung
6: Chris Clemons
7: Kam Chancellor
8: Dwain Crawford
9: Courtney Greene
10: Derek Pegues

What has Rolle done to put him ahead of Mays?

BaLLiN
04-30-2008, 10:17 PM
i feel like Rolle is where he should be, but Kam should be right behind him or maybe one infront

Ozzy
04-30-2008, 11:53 PM
It could be argued that Ellison on USC has made more plays than Rolle. Rolle is just such a high character guy and physically he is just built, not much he cannot do on the field and his character and intelligence puts him over the top.

And yes I agree Munnerlyn is absolutely outstanding.

weezer1195
05-01-2008, 01:17 AM
DeGeare (Guard WF) was ruled academicaly ineligible for this upcoming season and will take a redshirt year so he can play the next year. He is a pretty good guard prospect with massive size. Needs to keep his weight down.

A good Wake prospect to pay attention to is Aaron Curry outside linebacker. Prototype size at a legit 6'3 250 and athletic runs around a 4.5-4.6. I work in the weight room so I can vouch for his numbers. He is a beast of a pass rusher and sometimes plays a hybrid LB/DE role. He is a good prospect at olb and could maybe bulk up further like another Wake guy Calvin Pace and play 3-4 rush LB.b

weezer1195
05-01-2008, 01:19 AM
Forgot to mention Alphonso Smith (DB from Wake Forest). Small at 5'9 but a Dre Bly type playmaker. Led the NCAA in interceptions last year and returned a few for TDs. Also returns punts and played offense in wake's bowl game.

thebow305
05-01-2008, 01:28 AM
Macho should be at least number 3 on the CB rankings, I would take him a million times over those other guys.

holt_bruce81
05-01-2008, 01:59 AM
It's CHASE DANIEL

DiG
05-01-2008, 08:03 AM
dhb > pro prospect than crabtree.

rockio42
05-01-2008, 08:38 AM
Im loving the attention Williams Moore is getting, hes a beast

Sportsfan486
05-01-2008, 08:42 AM
For some reason I can't stop thinking of Ron Dayne when I see P.J. Hill. Are they a good comparison? Are there styles similar?

No, not really. P.J. is more of a Jerome Bettis-type big guy, ala shifty with a decent burst and good hands out of the backfield. Ron Dayne was expected to be strong and fast.. he turned out to be neither.

Sniper
05-01-2008, 08:45 AM
I kin haz Terrance Taylor plz in da DT renkyngs? kthxbai

Sniper
05-01-2008, 08:46 AM
And Andrew Quarless has NO BUSINESS at all being ahead of Travis Beckum.

draftguru151
05-01-2008, 09:55 AM
Oh man I can't wait for the Michael Crabtree bandwagon to crash and burn. I'm predicting mid October as the official crash time. Also no Captain Munnerlyn. Tisk Tisk. No Jermaine Gresham even on the list? No Mike Mickens?

Care to explain that?

619
05-01-2008, 10:00 AM
Oh man I can't wait for the Michael Crabtree bandwagon to crash and burn. I'm predicting mid October as the official crash time. Also no Captain Munnerlyn. Tisk Tisk. No Jermaine Gresham even on the list? No Mike Mickens?

Sorry, Crabtree won't crash and burn as long as he's in that offense.

kmartin575
05-01-2008, 10:16 AM
Im loving the attention Williams Moore is getting, hes a beast

Yep, it's pretty exciting to see some Mizzou prospects atop the rankings for a change. It would do alot for our recruiting if both Coffman and Moore turn out to be 1st round picks.

Sniper
05-01-2008, 12:14 PM
dhb > pro prospect than crabtree.

Um no, but thanks for coming.

fischbowl
05-01-2008, 12:58 PM
People really are underating Sydquan Thompson.

i really like sydquan

Unbiased
05-01-2008, 01:30 PM
And Andrew Quarless has NO BUSINESS at all being ahead of Travis Beckum.

Quarless isn't close to the player Beckum is, but Beckum will be a WR anyway in the pros if he still can't add some bulk.

Unbiased
05-01-2008, 01:31 PM
Um no, but thanks for coming.

That's what she said. Okay I'll stop.

Sniper
05-01-2008, 01:49 PM
Quarless isn't close to the player Beckum is, but Beckum will be a WR anyway in the pros if he still can't add some bulk.

Beckum will be a better version of Dustin Keller.

Michigan
05-01-2008, 04:04 PM
This thread seriously lacks Morgan Trent.

BaLLiN
05-01-2008, 04:17 PM
No, not really. P.J. is more of a Jerome Bettis-type big guy, ala shifty with a decent burst and good hands out of the backfield. Ron Dayne was expected to be strong and fast.. he turned out to be neither.

no Dayne just stopped his feet at contact, thats why he turned out bad

Sniper
05-01-2008, 04:45 PM
This thread seriously lacks Morgan Trent.

Your love for Morgan Trent amuses me. Morgan has the POTENTIAL to be one of the top 10 corners, but he isn't one of them right now. Who would have thought we'd ever see those words after the Jarrett Bowl?

lordquas
05-01-2008, 05:34 PM
WHAT!!??! I'd rank my man Tebow ahead of Painter and Harper I have no idea why hes #5.
Tebow has a better completion percentage. Just as good of size. Is more athletic than both of them put together. He was also sacked only 13 times while Harper (32) and Painter (25).
AND HE WON THE FRIGGIN HEISMAN

Sniper
05-01-2008, 05:45 PM
AND HE WON THE FRIGGIN HEISMAN

Because the Heisman is such a good indicator of pro success. I mean, DAMN! Look at Troy Smith tearing up the NFL! Chris Weinke=STUD! Rashaan Salaam is a BEAST! Jason White is leading his team to a Super Bowl next year! Charles Woodson is, well, never mind he's a stud.

lordquas
05-01-2008, 05:48 PM
Because the Heisman is such a good indicator of pro success. I mean, DAMN! Look at Troy Smith tearing up the NFL! Chris Weinke=STUD! Rashaan Salaam is a BEAST! Jason White is leading his team to a Super Bowl next year! Charles Woodson is, well, never mind he's a stud.

i knew someone was gunna jump on the fact that i said that.look at everything else i said smarty. all the measurables, potential, and stats.

BamaFalcon59
05-01-2008, 06:15 PM
What is Morgan Trent's forty? He hawked Percy Harvin like Harvin was jogging. Vontae Davis hawked Joe McKnight, but McKnight really is not that fast.

Tampa 2 4 life
05-01-2008, 06:24 PM
i knew someone was gunna jump on the fact that i said that.look at everything else i said smarty. all the measurables, potential, and stats.

Don't forget his polished QB skills in that NFL-Ready Offense he ran!

Oh wait...

Turtlepower
05-01-2008, 06:26 PM
Don't forget his polished QB skills in that NFL-Ready Offense he ran!

Oh wait...

What are you getting at? Alex Smith flourished in that offense and look at where he is now!

Oh wait...

Sniper
05-01-2008, 06:47 PM
What is Morgan Trent's forty? He hawked Percy Harvin like Harvin was jogging. Vontae Davis hawked Joe McKnight, but McKnight really is not that fast.

Supposed to be a 4.4 I think, but I guess he's gotten used to trying to catch up to receivers :) Game speed probably a 4.3 unless he's chasing someone, then it's a 4.1 :)

Re: McKnight. McKnight also appeared to be jogging and not expecting anyone to catch him

P-L
05-01-2008, 07:47 PM
Trent is probably a high 4.3 or low 4.4, I'd guess. He has better long speed than he does short speed, so I can't say for sure.