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Yatta!
05-05-2009, 06:48 AM
The list is focused on seniors and the only underclassmen listed are the guys that I would expect Scott to include when the site is relaunched, there are obviously loads more that I could have listed. Also the rankings are very loose, this is supposed to be more of a watch list than a definitive set of rankings.

Still tell me who else needs to be on the list.

QB
Tim Tebow, Florida, 6’3”, 240, 4.60
Colt McCoy, Texas, 6’3”, 215, 4.65
Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 6’3”, 230, 4.80
Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State, 6’3”, 210, 4.70
Tim Hiller, Western Michigan, 6’5”, 230, 4.95
Tony Pike, Cincinnati, 6’6”, 215, 4.85
Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic, 6’5”, 230, 4.80
Juice Williams, Illinois, 6’2”, 230, 4.70
Max Hall, BYU, 6’1”, 200, 4.75
Jarrett Brown, West Virginia, 6’4”, 220, 4.60
Daryll Clark, Penn State, 6’2”, 230, 4.80
Joe Webb, UAB, 6’4”, 220, 4.65
Billy Cundiff, Ashland, 6’2”, 210, 4.80
Joe Cox, Georgia, 6’1”, 210, 4.75
Ryan Perriloux, Jacksonville State, 6’3”, 220, 4.60
Matt Grothe, South Florida, 6’0”, 210, 4.60
Thaddeus Lewis, Duke, 6’2”, 195, 4.80
Curtis Pulley, Florida A&M, 6’4”, 205, 4.65
Kyle Reed, San Jose State, 6’3”, 215, 4.70
Todd Reesing, Kansas, 5’11”, 205, 4.75
Andy Schmitt, Eastern Michigan, 6’4”, 240, 4.90
Chris Turner, Maryland, 6’4”, 210, 4.85
Jameel Sewell, Virginia, 6’3”, 220, 4.85
Matt Nichols, Eastern Washington, 6’2”, 220, 4.80
Brian Babin, Southeast Louisiana, 6’5”, 225, 4.95
Riley Skinner, Wake Forest, 6’1”, 205, 4.80
Bryant Lee, Southern, 6’2”, 195, 4.65
Tyler Sheehan, Bowling Green, 6’3”, 225, 4.80
Corey Leonard, Arkansas State, 6’1”, 205, 4.60
Sebastian Trujillo, San Diego, 6’3”, 225, 4.80
John Skelton, Fordham, 6’5”, 225, 4.85
Patrick Pinkney, East Carolina, 6’0”, 200, 4.60
Dominic Randolph, Holy Cross, 6’2”, 220, 4.90
Greg Alexander, Hawaii, 6’3”, 240, 4.85
Mike Kafka, Northwestern, 6’3”, 215, 4.80
Lyle Moevao, Oregon State, 5’11”, 220, 4.85
Bradley George, Texas State, 6’6”, 230, 4.90
Levi Brown, Troy, 6’4”, 225, 4.90
Mackenzi Adams, Vanderbilt, 6’3”, 215, 4.75
Daniel Raudabaugh, Miami (Oh.), 6'4", 220, 4.85
Jonathan Crompton, Tennessee, 6'4", 225, 4.75

Notable Underclassmen
Sam Bradford, Oklahoma, 6’4”, 220, 4.70
Jevan Snead, Ole Miss, 6’3”, 215, 4.65
Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame, 6’3”, 215, 4.75

RB
C.J. Spiller, Clemson, 5’11”, 195, 4.40
Charles Scott, LSU, 5’11”, 235, 4.60
LeGarrette Blount, Oregon, 6’2”, 240, 4.60
Chris Brown, Oklahoma, 5’11”, 210, 4.50
Stafon Johnson, USC, 5’11”, 215, 4.45
Keiland Williams, LSU, 5’11”, 230, 4.50
Javarris James, Miami (Fla.), 6’0”, 215, 4.60
Ben Tate, Auburn, 5’11”, 215, 4.45
James Starks, Buffalo, 6’2”, 210, 4.60
Andre Dixon, Connecticut, 6’1”, 210, 4.50
Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss, 5’10”, 180, 4.55
Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State, 6’1”, 240, 4.60
Michael Smith, Arkansas, 5’7”, 175, 4.40
Mikell Simpson, Virginia, 6’1”, 200, 4.40
Cordera Eason, Ole Miss, 5’10”, 225, 4.60
Toby Gerhart, Stanford, 6’1”, 230, 4.55
Brandon Minor, Michigan, 6’0”, 215, 4.60
Toney Baker, North Carolina State, 5’10”, 225, 4.55
Andre Anderson, Tulane, 6’0”, 215, 4.55
Joique Bell, Wayne State, 5’11”, 210, 4.55
Keith Toston, Oklahoma State, 6’1”, 210, 4.55
Alfonso Smith, Kentucky, 6’1”, 205, 4.40
Montario Hardesty, Tennessee, 6’0”, 210, 4.55
LaMarcus Coker, Hampton, 5’11”, 205, 4.40
James Alridge, Notre Dame, 6’0”, 225, 4.50
Roy Upchurch, Alabama, 6’0”, 200, 4.55
Brandon James, Florida, 5’7”, 185, 4.40
Dimitri Nance, Arizona State, 5’10”, 220, 4.55
Jake Sharp, Kansas, 5’10”, 190, 4.55
MiQuale Lewis, Ball State, 5’6”, 185, 4.45
LaRod Council, Northwest Missouri State, 5’10”, 210, 4.60
Luke Lippincott, Nevada, 6’1”, 215, 4.70
Daniel Dufrene, Illinois, 5’11”, 200, 4.45
Eugene Jarvis, Kent State, 5’5”, 175, 4.45
Jamelle Eugene, North Carolina State, 5’10”, 195, 4.60
Trevyn Smith, Weber State, 5’9”, 205, 4.55
Justin Anderson, Northern Illinois, 6’0”, 225, 4.60
Curtis Steele, Memphis, 6’0”, 185, 4.50
Reggie Arnold, Arkansas State, 5’9”, 220, 4.55
William Ford, South Carolina State, 5’11”, 185, 4.50
DaJuane Collins, Toledo, 5’10”, 210, 4.55
Brandon West, Western Michigan, 5’10”, 190, 4.45
Jared Hawkins, Vanderbilt, 5’10”, 205, 4.50
David McCarty, Albany, 6’0”, 190, 4.45
David Sinisi, Monmouth, 5’10”, 205, 4.65
Matt Asiata, Utah, 5’11”, 235, 4.60
Jaycen Taylor, Purdue, 5’10”, 180, 4.50
Leon Wright-Jackson, Hawaii, 6’1”, 215, 4.55
Joseph Turner, TCU, 6’1”, 225, 4.60
Daniel Porter, Louisiana Tech, 5’9”, 190, 4.55
Toddrick Pendleton, McNeese State, 5’9”, 180, 4.50

Notable Underclassmen
Jahvid Best, California, 5’10”, 195, 4.40
Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech, 5’11”, 230, 4.50
DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma, 6’0”, 205, 4.45
Joe McKnight, USC, 6’0”, 200, 4.40
Evan Royster, Penn State, 6’1”, 215, 4.55

FB
Richard Dickson, LSU, 6’3”, 245, 4.80
Matt Clapp, Oklahoma, 6’3”, 235, 4.75
Cory Jackson, Maryland, 6’1”, 245, 4.75
Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh, 6’2”, 230, 4.60
Allen Bradford, USC, 5’11”, 225, 4.60
Richie Brockel, Boise State, 6’2”, 250, 4.75
Chase Moline, UCLA, 6’1”, 235, 4.75
Rashawn Jackson, Virginia, 6’1”, 250, 4.75
Anthony Harding, Fresno State, 6’0”, 215, 4.60
Kazeem Ali, Cincinnati, 6’2”, 255, 4.75
William Rose, Florida Atlantic, 6’1”, 230, 4.70
Bobby McClintock, Portland State, 5’10”, 235, 4.80
Andrew Hawken, Michigan State, 6’2”, 235, 4.70
Paul Homer, Washington, 6’1”, 240, 4.85
Bobby Rome, North Carolina, 5’11”, 250, 4.75
John Conner, Kentucky, 5’11”, 230, 4.65
Asaph Schwapp, Notre Dame, 6'0", 255, 4.70
Seddrick Holloway, Florida State, 5’10”, 250, 4.75
Derrick Catlett, Iowa State, 6’4”, 245, 4.80
Dre Gibbs, Western Illinois, 5’10”, 225, 4.70

WR
Brandon LaFell, LSU, 6’3”, 210, 4.55
Marshawn Gilyard, Cincinnati, 6’0”, 185, 4.50
Jordan Shipley, Texas, 6’0”, 190, 4.45
Eric Decker, Minnesota, 6’2”, 215, 4.55
Naaman Roosevelt, Buffalo, 6’0”, 185, 4.55
Jacoby Ford, Clemson, 5’10”, 190, 4.35
Mike Williams, Syracuse, 6’2”, 205, 4.50
David Gettis, Baylor, 6’4”, 210, 4.45
Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss, 5’8”, 170, 4.40
Michael Moore, Georgia, 6’2”, 200, 4.55
Bryan Anderson, Central Michigan, 6’5”, 215, 4.55
Kerry Meier, Kansas, 6’3”, 215, 4.65
David Nelson, Florida, 6’5”, 215, 4.55
Emmanuel Sanders, Southern Methodist, 6’1”, 175, 4.45
Oderick Turner, Pittsburgh, 6’3”, 205, 4.55
Terrell Hudgins, Elon, 6’3”, 235, 4.65
Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State, 6’0”, 180, 4.50
Stephen Williams, Toledo, 6’5”, 200, 4.65
Chris McGaha, Arizona State, 6’1”, 195, 4.55
Dion Morton, Colorado State, 5’10”, 170, 4.40
Greg Matthews, Michigan, 6’3”, 205, 4.60
Ryan Wolfe, UNLV, 6’1”, 210, 4.55
Jeff Moturi, UTEP, 6’0”, 185, 4.45
Duke Calhoun, Memphis, 6’4”, 200, 4.50
Nyan Boateng, California, 6’2”, 210, 4.55
Jarred Fayson, Illinois, 6’0”, 210, 4.50
Ray Small, Ohio State, 5’11”, 180, 4.45
Cortez Gent, Florida Atlantic, 6’2”, 185, 4.55
Andre Roberts, Citadel, 5’11”, 175, 4.50
Seyi Ajirotutu, Fresno State, 6’3”, 210, 4.55
Cecil Shorts, Mount Union, 6’0”, 180, 4.40
Carl Moore, Florida, 6’3”, 225, 4.50
Kyle Williams, Arizona State, 5’10”, 185, 4.45
Brandon Banks, Kansas State, 5’7, 160, 4.40
Preston Parker, Florida State, 6’0”, 195, 4.50
Kris Durham, Georgia, 6’5”, 210, 4.60
Austin Rogers, Tennessee, 6’2”, 185, 4.50
Rashaun Greer, Colorado State, 6’1”, 200, 4.55
Marc Mariani, Montana, 6’0”, 175, 4.50
Adron Tennell, Oklahoma, 6’4”, 190, 4.45
Aaron Boyce, Eastern Washington, 6’2”, 205, 4.55
Riley Cooper, Florida, 6’3”, 215, 4.50
Mike McCoy, Alabama, 6’2”, 205, 4.55
Johnny Spevak, Central Washington, 6’3”, 200, 4.60
Danario Alexander, Missouri, 6’5”, 210, 4.55
Brandon McRae, Mississippi State, 6’4”, 205, 4.65
Jamar Bryant, East Carolina, 6’2”, 210, 4.55
Jessie Hester, South Florida, 6’0”, 180, 4.50
Edward Britton, Texas Tech, 6’0”, 180, 4.50
Richard Sherman, Stanford, 6’3”, 190, 4.60
Carlos Singleton, Memphis, 6’8”, 225, 4.60
Matt Luft, Harvard, 6’6”, 225, 4.60
Freddie Brown, Bowling Green, 6’1”, 210, 4.60
Terrence Austin, UCLA, 5’10”, 170, 4.45
Cedric Jones, Valdosta State, 6’0”, 180, 4.55
Lavar Lobdell, Syracuse, 6’3”, 205, 4.55
Shay Hodge, Ole Miss, 6’1”, 210, 4.65
Wes Lyons, West Virginia, 6’8”, 225, 4.65
Jeremy Williams, Tulane, 6’1”, 200, 4.55
Sam Shields, Miami (Fla.), 6’0”, 185, 4.40
Tim Brown, Rutgers, 5’8”, 170, 4.40
Kevin Jurovich, San Jose State, 6’0”, 185, 4.55
Ray Fisher, Indiana, 5’9”, 180, 4.45
Deon Murphy, Kansas State, 5’9”, 175, 4.45
Rich Gunnell, Boston College, 5’11”, 200, 4.55
Roren Thomas, Tennessee-Martin, 6’0”, 175, 4.50
Juamorris Stewart, Southern, 6’3”, 195, 4.60
Terrell Turner, Arizona, 6’2”, 190, 4.55
Bobby Sewall, Brown, 6’1”, 200, 4.50
Moe Brown, South Carolina, 6’0”, 185, 4.45
Pat Simonds, Colgate, 6’6”, 210, 4.60
Lucas Miller, Arkansas, 6’3”, 205, 4.60
Brad Kanuch, Connecticut, 6’0”, 195, 4.50
Shawn Leonard, Rhode Island, 6’1”, 200, 4.50
Trindon Holliday, LSU, 5’5”, 165, 4.25

Notable Underclassmen
Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State, 6’2”, 210, 4.55
Arrelious Benn, Illinois, 6’2”, 215, 4.45
Damian Williams, USC, 6’1”, 190, 4.50
Golden Tate, Notre Dame, 5’11”, 195, 4.45
Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas, 6’3”, 200, 4.60

TE
Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma, 6’6”, 260, 4.75
Dennis Pitta, BYU, 6’5”, 250, 4.70
Ed Dickson, Oregon, 6’5”, 245, 4.70
Garrett Graham, Wisconsin, 6’4”, 240, 4.80
Anthony McCoy, USC, 6’5”, 255, 4.70
Nate Byham, Pittsburgh, 6’3”, 255, 4.70
Cody Slate, Marshall, 6’4”, 230, 4.65
Mickey Shuler, Penn State, 6’4”, 250, 4.85
Michael Hoomanawanui, Illinois, 6’5”, 270, 4.75
Andrew Quarless, Penn State, 6’5”, 250, 4.65
Ryan Moya, UCLA, 6’4”, 240, 4.70
Jeff Cottam, Tennessee, 6’8”, 260, 4.70
Scott Sicko, New Hampshire, 6’4”, 240, 4.75
Colin Peek, Alabama, 6’6”, 255, 4.85
Riar Geer, Colorado, 6’4”, 250, 4.80
Ben Wooster, Wake Forest, 6’5”, 235, 4.85
Jeff Cumberland, Illinois, 6’5”, 250, 4.65
Tony Moeaki, Iowa, 6’4”, 255, 4.85
Greg Boone, Virginia Tech, 6'3", 275, 4.80
Dedrick Epps, Miami (Fla.), 6’4”, 255, 4.70
Jeron Mastrud, Kansas State, 6’6”, 255, 4.95
Jake Ballard, Ohio State, 6’6”, 255, 4.85
Gabe McKenzie, Auburn, 6’4”, 250, 4.80
Brody Eldridge, Oklahoma, 6'5", 265, 4.80
Gerald Harris, Ole Miss, 6’5”, 250, 4.85
Andrew George, BYU, 6’5”, 245, 4.80
Tommy Trott, Auburn, 6’5”, 240, 4.80
Caz Piurowski, Iowa State, 6’7”, 275, 4.95
Clay Harbour, Missouri State, 6’4”, 235, 4.75
Jamari Grant, Florida Atlantic, 6’5”, 220, 4.70
Justin Akers, Baylor, 6’5”, 235, 4.75
Bobby Elridge, Oklahoma, 6’5”, 265, 4.80
Jim Dray, Stanford, 6’5”, 255, 4.75
Mike Owen, Syracuse, 6’4”, 255, 4.80
Sam Wheeler, Virginia Tech, 6’3”, 270, 4.75
Richard Gordon, Miami (Fla.), 6’4”, 260, 4.70
Rob Housler, Florida Atlantic, 6’5”, 220, 4.70
Logan Paulsen, UCLA, 6’4”, 260, 4.85
T.C. Drake, Kentucky, 6’6”, 245, 4.85
Troy Wagner, Indiana, 6’5”, 255, 4.80
Jamie McCoy, Texas A&M, 6’3”, 225, 4.65

Notable Underclassmen
Rob Gronkowski, Arizona, 6’6”, 260, 4.75
Aaron Hernandez, Florida, 6’3”, 255, 4.60

OT
Russell Okung, Oklahoma State, 6’5”, 300, 5.25
Trent Williams, Oklahoma, 6’5”, 310, 5.35
Ciron Black, LSU, 6’5”, 330, 5.30
Adam Ulatsoki, Texas, 6’8”, 310, 5.25
Sam Young, Notre Dame, 6’8”, 330, 5.30
Zane Beadles, Utah, 6’4”, 310, 5.30
Jason Fox, Miami (Fla.), 6’7”, 305, 5.10
Charles Brown, USC, 6’6”, 300, 5.10
Ed Wang, Virginia Tech, 6’5”, 310, 5.00
Selvish Capers, West Virginia, 6’6”, 290, 4.95
Chris Marinelli, Stanford, 6’7”, 305, 5.15
Dennis Landolt, Penn State, 6’4”, 310, 5.15
Alonzo Durham, Nevada, 6’4”, 290, 5.10
Chris Scott, Tennessee, 6’5”, 310, 5.15
Drew Davis, Alabama, 6’7”, 305, 5.20
Joe Thomas, Pittsburgh, 6’5”, 305, 5.35
Mike Tepper, California, 6’6”, 325, 5.35
Ben Ossai, Washington, 6’6”, 330, 5.15
James Williams, Harvard, 6’5”, 300, 5.05
Keith Buckman, North Dakota State, 6’5”, 305, 5.30
Will Barker, Virginia, 6’7”, 315, 5.30
Marlon Winn, Texas Tech, 6’6”, 325, 5.30
Kyle Calloway, Iowa, 6’7”, 320, 5.25
Micah Kia, UCLA, 6’6”, 305, 5.30
Mike Aguayo, UTEP, 6’4”, 290, 5.15
Cory Lambert, Clemson, 6’6”, 310, 5.15
Rodger Safford, Indiana, 6’5”, 305, 5.25
Brady Bond, Oklahoma State, 6’6”, 295, 5.20
Calvin Wilson, Southern Miss, 6’6”, 350, 5.55
Rocco Cironi, Michigan State, 6’6”, 310, 5.25
Robbie Frost, Texas A&M, 6’6”, 305, 5.30
Marshall Newhouse, TCU, 6’3”, 320, 5.25
J’Marcus Webb, Arizona, 6’7”, 310, 5.15
Jake Bscherer, Wisconsin, 6’7”, 300, 5.15
Jeff Linkenbach, Cincinnati, 6’6”, 310, 5.15
Nick Stringer, Kansas State, 6’6”, 285, 5.05
Alejandro Villanueva, Army, 6’10”, 305, 5.20
Kyle Jolly, North Carolina, 6’6”, 305, 5.10
Jerail McCuller, North Carolina State, 6’7”, 330, 5.30
Lane Freiwald, Central Arkansas, 6’7”, 320, 5.35
Daniel Balridge, Marshall, 6’9”, 310, 5.25
Derek Hardman, Eastern Kentucky, 6’6”, 290, 5.10
Vladimir Ducasse, Massachusetts, 6’5”, 320, 5.30
Mark Ortman, Michigan, 6'7", 295, 5.15
Julian Williams, North Carolina State, 6’5”, 305, 5.10
Austin Howard, Northern Iowa, 6’7”, 300, 5.10
Thomas Welch, Vanderbilt, 6’7”, 305, 5.15
Tony Washington, Abilene-Christian, 6’7”, 305, 5.15
Desmond Taylor, Northwestern, 6'3", 290, 5.10
Dain Wise, Missouri, 6’5”, 305, 5.15
Edward Prince, Kansas State, 6’5”, 290, 4.95
Nic Richmond, TCU, 6’8”, 300, 5.35
Phillip Freeman, Mississippi State, 6’6”, 300, 5.10
Jeff Hansen, Montana State, 6’4”, 290, 5.05
Devin Tyler, Temple, 6’7”, 290, 5.00
Jared Veldheer, Hillsdale, 6’8”, 320, 5.00

Notable Underclassmen
Bryan Bulaga, Iowa, 6’6”, 305, 4.95
Anthony Davis, Rutgers, 6’6”, 330, 5.30

OG
Sergio Render, Virginia Tech, 6’3”, 315, 5.20
John Jerry, Ole Miss, 6’5”, 350, 5.45
Mike Johnson, Alabama, 6’6”, 305, 5.20
Brandon Carter, Texas Tech, 6’7”, 355, 5.55
Dan Doering, Iowa, 6’6”, 300, 5.10
Eric Olsen, Notre Dame, 6’5”, 305, 5.20
Jeff Byers, USC, 6’3”, 290, 5.20
Doug Palmer, East Carolina, 6’3”, 305, 5.25
Jacques McClendon, Tennessee, 6’3”, 320, 5.25
Charlie Tanner, Texas, 6’4”, 305, 5.10
Shelley Smith, Colorado State, 6’4”, 295, 5.15
Lyle Hitt, LSU, 6’2”, 290, 5.05
Shawn Luavo, Arizona State, 6’3”, 310, 5.30
Cord Howard, Georgia Tech, 6’5”, 310, 5.15
Matt McCracken, Richmond, 6’4”, 295, 5.20
Kevin Haslam, Rutgers, 6’7”, 300, 5.05
Kurtis Gregory, Missouri, 6’5”, 305, 5.35
Reid Neely, Ole Miss, 6’6”, 310, 5.20
Jon Asamoah, Illinois, 6’5”, 310, 5.35
Reggie Stephens, Iowa State, 6’4”, 320, 5.25
Zipp Duncan, Kentucky, 6’5”, 295, 5.05
Alex Parsons, USC, 6’4”, 300, 4.95
Lemuel Jeanpierre, South Carolina, 6’3”, 305, 5.20
Vladimir Richard, Tennessee, 6’4”, 300, 5.15
Vince Vance, Georgia, 6’8”, 320, 5.30
Mitch Petrus, Arkansas, 6’4”, 305, 5.00
Lee Grimes, Texas A&M, 6’6”, 330, 5.45
John Malecki, Pittsburgh, 6’3”, 285, 4.90
Phil Costa, Maryland, 6’3”, 305, 5.20
Michael Shurmard, Texas A&M, 6’5”, 305, 5.10
Pete Saxon, Indiana, 6’6”, 315, 5.25
Brad Bustle, Louisiana-Lafayette, 6’3”, 300, 5.15
Brendon Moss, Michigan State, 6’6”, 290, 5.20
Cameron Raschke, UTEP, 6’4”, 320, 5.40
Thomas Herring, USC, 6’6”, 330, 5.15
Chris DeGeare, Wake Forest, 6'4", 350, 5.50
Tim McEvoy, Michigan, 6’6”, 290, 5.05
Chaz Millard, Eastern Illinois, 6’3”, 305, 5.15
Andrew Lewis, Oklahoma State, 6’5”, 295, 5.15
Nedward Tavale, Minnesota, 6’2”, 330, 5.30
Mike Iupati, Idaho, 6’6”, 330, 5.40
Dace Richardson, Iowa, 6'6", 305, 5.20
Jason Onyebuagu, Northern Illinois, 6’2”, 315, 5.25
Christian Johnson, Kentucky, 6’4”, 325, 5.30
Matt Pipho, Miami (Fla.), 6’7”, 310, 5.25
Jake Seitz, UAB, 6’3”, 290, 5.20
Andy Kuempel, Iowa, 6’7”, 300, 5.30
Terrence Crosby, Catawba, 6’2”, 300, 5.10

C
Josh McNeil, Tennessee, 6’4”, 285, 5.10
John Estes, Hawaii, 6’2”, 295, 5.15
Austin Thomas, Clemson, 6’3”, 315, 5.15
Chris Hall, Texas, 6’4”, 300, 5.10
Matt Tennant, Boston College, 6’4”, 295, 4.95
Erik Cook, New Mexico, 6’6”, 315, 5.25
Rafael Eubanks, Iowa, 6’3”, 285, 5.20
Jim Cordle, Ohio State, 6’4”, 300, 5.10
Kenny Alfred, Washington State, 6’2”, 300, 5.05
Dan Voss, Georgia Tech, 6’4”, 300, 5.10
Chris Fisher, Louisiana-Lafayette, 6’3”, 290, 5.10
Jacob Hickman, Nebraska, 6’4”, 290, 5.05
Jody Whaley, Tulsa, 6’4”, 310, 5.25
Joel Nitchman, Michigan State, 6’3”, 300, 5.30
Shawn Byrnes, Texas Tech, 6’4”, 300, 5.25
Rob Houser, Pittsburgh, 6’2”, 290, 5.15
Garrett Anderson, South Carolina, 6’4”, 310, 5.10
Carl Barnett, Houston, 6’2”, 290, 5.00
Sean Allen, East Carolina, 6’3”, 310, 5.15
David Moosman, Michigan, 6’5”, 305, 5.05
Trey Bailey, Wake Forest, 6’2”, 290, 5.15
Eddie Adamski, Northern Illinois, 6’2”, 285, 5.10
J.D. Walton, Baylor, 6’3”, 300, 5.20
Daverin Geralds, Ole Miss, 6’2”, 310, 5.25
Ryan Blaszczyk, Rutgers, 6’4”, 300, 5.35
Kyle Mutcher, Weber State, 6’3”, 295, 5.10
Blake Kerley, Arizona, 6'2", 290, 5.30

DE
Greg Hardy, Ole Miss, 6’4”, 265, 4.75
George Selvie, South Florida, 6’4”, 250, 4.70
Brandon Graham, Michigan, 6’2”, 270, 4.75
Corey Wootton, Northwestern, 6’7”, 270, 4.90
Jermaine Cunningham, Florida, 6’3”, 250, 4.70
Ricky Sapp, Clemson, 6’4”, 240, 4.60
Auston English, Oklahoma, 6’3”, 255, 4.65
Brandon Lang, Troy, 6’4”, 250, 4.70
Rahim Alem, LSU, 6’3”, 255, 4.75
Willie Young, North Carolina State, 6’5”, 245, 4.70
C.J. Wilson, East Carolina, 6’4”, 270, 4.85
Jeremy Jarmon, Kentucky, 6’3”, 280, 4.80
Greg Middleton, Indiana, 6’3”, 275, 4.85
Jeffrey Fitzgerald, Kansas State, 6’3”, 280, 4.85
Will Tukuafu, Oregon, 6’4”, 280, 480
Dexter Davis, Arizona State, 6’2”, 250, 4.80
Jan Jorgenson, BYU, 6’3”, 270, 4.65
Tyson Alualu, California, 6’3”, 290, 4.95
Eric Moncur, Miami (Fla.), 6’2”, 250, 4.80
Robert Rose, Ohio State, 6’5”, 285, 4.85
Lamarr Houston, Texas, 6’2”, 290, 4.90
Daniel Teo-Nesheim, Washington, 6’4”, 260, 4.75
Alex Carrington, Arkansas State, 6’5”, 280, 4.90
Malcolm Shepherd, Arkansas, 6’3”, 280, 4.75
Jamie Kirlew, Indiana, 6’3”, 265, 4.85
Roderick Battle, Georgia, 6’4”, 260, 4.75
Koa Misi, Utah, 6’3”, 265, 4.80
E.J. Wilson, North Carolina, 6’2”, 275, 4.75
John Fletcher, Wyoming, 6’6”, 280, 4.85
Carl Ihenacho, San Jose State, 6’3”, 245, 4.75
Frank Zombo, Central Michigan, 6’4”, 260, 4.80
Lawrence Wilson, Ohio State, 6’5”, 275, 4.70
Eugene Germany, Arizona State, 6’4”, 270, 4.80
Wes Brown, Tennessee, 6’4”, 255, 4.85
Markus White, Florida State, 6’4”, 255, 4.65
Marcus Tillman, Ole Miss, 6’4”, 260, 4.75
McKinner Dixon, Texas Tech, 6’3”, 255, 4.85
Andy Mattingly, Washington State, 6’4”, 240, 4.70
James Ruffin, Northern Iowa, 6’4”, 265, 4.85
John Ryan, Notre Dame, 6’5”, 265, 4.75
Jarrett Crittenton, Middle Tennessee State, 6’6”, 280, 4.85
Jason Lamb, Baylor, 6’6”, 265, 4.85
Broderick Stewart, Vanderbilt, 6’5”, 235, 4.75
Kevin Alexander, Clemson, 6’3”, 245, 4.70
Mitch Unrein, Wyoming, 6’4”, 270, 4.85
O'Brein Schofield, Wisconsin, 6'3", 235, 4.85
Doug Pilcher, Illinois, 6’5”, 265, 4.85
Christian Anthony, Grambling State, 6’4”, 245, 4.70
Steven Stone, Vanderbilt, 6’5”, 270, 4.85
Adrian Tracy, William & Mary, 6’4”, 245, 4.75
Erik Lorig, Stanford, 6’4”, 255, 4.85
Matt Marcorelle, Delaware, 6’2”, 250, 4.80
Tim Knicky, Stephen F Austin, 6’4”, 240
Brandon Sesay, Texas Tech, 6’6”, 280, 4.75
Lindsey Witten, Connecticut, 6’4”, 250, 4.70
Junior Gallette, Temple, 6’2”, 250, 4.65

Notable Underclassmen
Carlos Dunlap, Florida, 6’6”, 285, 4.80
Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech, 6’4”, 270, 4.80
Everson Griffen, USC, 6’3”, 265, 4.65
Allen Bailey, Miami (Fla.), 6’4”, 290, 4.75

DT
Ndamkong Suh, Nebraska, 6’4”, 305, 5.05
Vince Oghobaase, Duke, 6’6”, 310, 5.10
Terrence Cody, Alabama, 6’5”, 365, 5.55
DeMarcus Granger, Oklahoma, 6’3”, 305, 4.90
Geno Atkins, Georgia, 6’1”, 290, 4.90
Arthur Jones, Syracuse, 6’4”, 295, 5.10
Jeff Owens, Georgia, 6’1”, 300, 5.00
Jared Odrick, Penn State, 6’5”, 310, 5.10
Dan Williams, Tennessee, 6’3”, 310, 5.25
Ekom Udofia, Stanford, 6’2”, 310, 5.20
Al Woods, LSU, 6’4”, 325, 5.15
Mick Williams, Pittsburgh, 6’1”, 285, 4.95
Alan-Michael Cash, North Carolina State, 6’1”, 285, 5.05
Doug Worthington, Ohio State, 6’6”, 275, 4.80
Boo Robinson, Wake Forest, 6’2”, 325, 5.25
Averell Spicer, USC, 6’2”, 295, 4.85
D’Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech, 6’2”, 295, 5.10
Andre Neblett, Temple, 6’2”, 285, 4.95
Jay Ross, East Carolina, 6’3”, 305, 5.15
Todd Denlinger, Ohio State, 6’2”, 290, 4.90
Charles Alexander, LSU, 6’3”, 310, 5.25
Budd Thacker, Florida State, 6’2”, 290, 4.95
Cameron Elisara, Washington, 6’3”, 290, 5.05
Rajon Henley, Texas Tech, 6’3”, 275, 4.85
Lorenzo Washington, Alabama, 6’5”, 280, 5.05
Torrell Troup, Central Florida, 6’3”, 320, 5.30
Justin Mincey, Florida State, 6’5”, 285, 4.85
Greg Billenger, Vanderbilt, 6’3”, 290, 5.15
Michael Jordan, Michigan State, 6’5”, 285, 4.80
Swanson Miller, Oklahoma State, 6’4”, 305, 5.30
Anthony Williams, Appalachian State, 6’1”, 290, 5.15
Nathan Pepper, South Carolina, 6’1”, 290, 5.00
Trey Bryant, Baylor, 6’3”, 315, 5.15
Kade Weston, Georgia, 6’5”, 315, 5.10
Kellen Heard, Texas A&M, 6'6", 345, 5.40
Corey Peters, Kentucky, 6’3”, 290, 5.15
Kinney Rucker, Duke, 6’2”, 305, 5.15
Fred Givens, Wyoming, 6’0”, 300, 5.15
Jaron Baston, Missouri, 6’1”, 300, 4.95
Ben Alexander, Texas, 6’0”, 310, 5.10
Mike Neal, Purdue, 6’4”, 295, 4.90
Joe Joseph, Miami (Fla.), 6’3”, 300, 4.95
Jermarcus Ricks, Auburn, 6’4”, 305, 5.15
Cody Cielenski, Western Michigan, 6’2”, 285, 5.30
Nate Collins, Virginia, 6’2”, 285, 4.95
Travis Timmons, Central Florida, 6’4”, 290, 5.30
Khari Mays, Arkansas State, 6’2”, 290, 5.15
Ryan Bain, Akron, 6'2", 305, 5.05

Notable Underclassmen
Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma, 6’4”, 295, 5.05
Marvin Austin, North Carolina, 6’3”, 305, 4.95
Brian Price, UCLA, 6’1”, 295, 5.10

ILB
Brandon Spikes, Florida, 6’3”, 245, 4.70
Sean Lee, Penn State, 6’2”, 235, 4.65
Joe Pawelek, Baylor, 6’3”, 235, 4.75
Micah Johnson, Kentucky, 6’2”, 250, 4.75
Reggie Carter, UCLA, 6’1”, 225, 4.65
Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State, 6’1”, 240, 4.55
Ryan D’Imperio, Rutgers, 6’3”, 240, 4.70
Pat Angerer, Iowa, 6’1”, 235, 4.70
Reed Williams, West Virginia, 6’1”, 230, 4.75
Austin Spitler, Ohio State, 6’3”, 235, 4.70
Josh Hull, Penn State, 6’3”, 230, 4.75
Daryl Sharpton, Miami (Fla.), 5’11”, 235, 4.55
Phillip Dillard, Nebraska, 6’1”, 240, 4.75
Ryan Reynolds, Oklahoma, 6’1”, 240, 4.70
Boris Lee, Troy, 6’0”, 230, 4.75
Mike Nixon, Arizona State, 6’3”, 230, 4.75
Daryl Washington, TCU, 6’3”, 230, 4.65
Patrick Benoist, Vanderbilt, 6’0”, 225, 4.65
Jared Norton, Texas, 6’3”, 240, 4.70
Mike McLaughlin, Boston College, 6’0”, 250, 4.85
Luke Laolagi, San Diego State, 6’1”, 230, 4.65
Cardia Jackson, Louisiana-Monroe, 6’2”, 240, 4.80
Orie Lemon, Oklahoma State, 6’1”, 240, 4.75
Matt Featherstone, Texas A&M, 6’2”, 235, 4.75
Jacque Roman, Appalachian State, 6’1”, 240, 4.75
Prince Hall, Alabama, 5’11”, 240, 4.75
Jeff Smart, Colorado, 6’0”, 225, 4.65
Gerald Munns, Arizona State, 6'4", 240, 4.70

Notable Underclassmen
Rolando McClain, Alabama, 6’4”, 250, 4.70

OLB
Sergio Kindle, Texas, 6’4”, 255, 4.55
Mark Herzlich, Boston College, 6’4”, 240, 4.70
Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri, 6’1”, 235, 4.55
Antonio Coleman, Auburn, 6’2”, 250, 4.75
Rico McCoy, Tennessee, 6’1”, 225, 4.60
Eric Norwood, South Carolina, 6’0”, 265, 4.75
Jerry Hughes, TCU, 6’2”, 250, 4.65
Stevenson Sylvester, Utah, 6’2”, 225, 4.65
Luther Brown, USC, 6’2”, 235, 4.65
Keenan Clayton, Oklahoma, 6’2”, 220, 4.55
Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas, 6’2”, 235, 4.65
E.J. Savannah, Washington, 6’1”, 225, 4.65
Clinton Snyder, Stanford, 6’4”, 235, 4.75
Perry Riley, LSU, 6’1”, 225, 4.55
Patrick Trahan, Ole Miss, 6’3”, 230, 4.60
Albert McClellan, Marshall, 6’2”, 255, 4.75
Jason Beauchamp, UNLV, 6’3”, 230, 4.65
Andre Sexton, Oklahoma State, 6’1”, 220, 4.55
Cam Martin, Virginia Tech, 6’1”, 215, 4.65
Patrick Lavine, Oklahoma State, 6’3”, 230, 4.65
Dustin Doe, Florida, 6’0”, 230, 4.65
Cameron Sheffield, Troy, 6’2”, 240, 4.65
Vincent Rey, Duke, 6’0”, 255, 4.85
Chris Brown, Sam Houston State, 6’2”, 220, 4.55
J.T. Gilmore, Western Oregon, 6’4”, 255, 4.80
Caleb Bostic, Miami (Oh.), 6’3”, 230, 4.60
Jacob Cutrera, LSU, 6’4”, 240, 4.70
Travis Goethel, Arizona State, 6’3”, 235, 4.80
Will Patterson, Indiana, 6’1”, 235, 4.65
Dekoda Watson, Florida State, 6’2”, 225, 4.65
Korey Bosworth, UCLA, 6’1”, 230, 4.75
Colin McCarthy, Miami (Fla.), 6’3”, 235, 4.60
Ryan Stamper, Florida, 6’2”, 235, 4.60
Chauncey Mixon, Southern Illinois, 6’1”, 220, 4.60
Olu Hall, Kansas State, 6’3”, 230, 4.75
Keaton Kristick, Oregon State, 6’3”, 230, 4.75
A.J. Edds, Iowa, 6’4”, 245, 4.75
Darius Dewberry, Georgia, 6’3”, 235, 4.65
Kyle Bosworth, UCLA, 6’1”, 235, 4.75
Austin Pritchard, Western Michigan, 6’4”, 235, 4.80
Ryan Shotwell, Cal Poly, 6’3”, 250, 4.85
Larry Hart, Central Arkansas, 6’1”, 245, 4.70
Sterling Lewis, Arizona, 5’11”, 230, 4.65
Nekos Brown, Virginia Tech, 6’2”, 250, 4.80
J.R. Bryant, Oklahoma, 6’3”, 230, 4.55
Sam Williams, Central Michigan, 6’3”, 240, 4.65
Logan Kelley, Tulane, 6’2”, 240, 4.75
Shane Murray, Pittsburgh, 6’1”, 220, 4.65
Paul Igboeli, Utah State, 6’0”, 215, 4.65
Shane Bowen, Georgia Tech, 6’1”, 225, 4.70
Jarvis Geathers, Central Florida, 6’2”, 220, 4.65
Vuna Thihalamaka, Arizona, 6’2”, 240, 4.70
Simoni Lawrence, Minnesota, 6'1", 220, 4.50
Marlon Williams, Texas Tech, 6’0”, 225, 4.60
Bear Woods, Troy, 6’0”, 230, 4.75
Eric Childs, Kansas State, 6’3”, 240, 4.75
Osayi Osunde, Villanova, 6’1”, 235, 4.75
Mario Harvey, Marshall, 6’0”, 245, 4.75

Notable Underclassmen
Navarro Bowman, Penn State, 6’1”, 230, 4.70
Rennie Curran, Georgia, 5’11”, 220, 4.55

CB
Trevard Lindley, Kentucky, 6’0”, 180, 4.45
Kyle Wilson, Boise State, 5’10”, 190, 4.50
Javier Arenas, Alabama, 5’9”, 200, 4.45
Crezdon Butler, Clemson, 6’0”, 185, 4.40
Syd’quan Thompson, California, 5’9”, 185, 4.50
Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest, 6’0”, 190, 4.45
Myron Lewis, Vanderbilt, 6’2”, 200, 4.55
Walter Thurmond, Oregon, 6’0”, 185, 4.50
Alterraun Verner, UCLA, 5’10”, 190, 4,50
Patrick Robinson, Florida State, 5’11”, 190, 4.45
Stephan Virgil, Virginia Tech, 5’11”, 185, 4.50
Sharacee Wright, USC, 6’0”, 185, 4.55
Perish Cox, Oklahoma State, 6’1”, 195, 4.55
Aairon Savage, Auburn, 5’11”, 190, 4.50
Chris Chancellor, Clemson, 5’10”, 175, 4.45
Patrick Stoudamire, Western Illinois, 5’11”, 185, 4.45
Brian Jackson, Oklahoma, 6’1”, 200, 4.55
A.J. Wallace, Penn State, 6’1”, 190, 4.40
Brandon Brinkley, Houston, 5’11”, 180, 4.50
LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, 5’9”, 185, 4.45
Sherrick McManis, Northwestern, 6’1”, 185, 4.45
Traye Simmons, Minnesota, 5’11”, 180, 4.40
Devin Ross, Arizona, 5’11”, 180, 4.45
Jerome Murphy, South Florida, 6’1”, 185, 4.40
Vic Hall, Virginia Tech, 5’9”, 190, 4.45
Jerell Norton, Arkansas, 6’0”, 190, 4.45
Chris Hawkins, LSU, 6’1”, 185, 4.50
Deon Beasley, Texas, 5’10”, 180, 4.50
Aaron Berry, Pittsburgh, 5’11”, 180, 4.50
Markee Hamlin, South Carolina State, 6’0”, 180, 4.50
Jordan Pugh, Texas A&M, 5’11”, 190, 4.50
Rafael Priest, TCU, 5’10”, 170, 4.45
A.J. Jefferson, Fresno State, 6’0”, 190, 4.45
Devin McCourty, Rutgers, 5’11”, 185, 4.45
Kevin Thomas, USC, 6’1”, 190, 4.50
Eddie Calvin, Southeast Missouri State, 6’1”, 175, 4.50
Kris Evans, Stanford, 6’0”, 180, 4.50
Walter McFadden, Auburn, 6’0”, 180, 4.45
Terrance McGhee, Albany State, 5’10”, 170, 4.55
Bryan McCann, Southern Methodist, 6’0”, 175, 4.50
Cortez Gilbert, Appalachian State, 5’11”, 175, 4.45
Scotty McGee, James Madison, 5’9”, 185, 4.50
David Pender, Purdue, 6’1”, 180, 4.50
Anthony Wiseman, Maryland, 5’10”, 185, 4.40
Wondy Pierre-Louis, Florida, 6’1”, 185, 4.40
Josh Morris, Weber State, 6’0”, 185, 4.55
Jordan Peterson, Texas A&M, 5’10”, 185, 4.45
Nick Sanders, TCU, 5’10”, 175, 4.45
Raeshon McNeil, Notre Dame, 6’0”, 190, 4.45
Allen Bell, Iowa State, 6’1”, 190, 4.50
Willie Glasper, Oregon, 5’11”, 190, 4.45
Markihe Anderson, Florida, 5’10”, 185, 4.50
Prince Miller, Georgia, 5’8”, 190, 4.45
Al Donaldsen, Alabama A&M, 5’10”, 175, 4.60
Korey Mangum, Florida State, 6'0", 195, 4.50
Kelvin Rodgers, Minnesota State, 6’1”, 175, 4.45
Marsalous Johnson, Tennessee, 5’9”, 185, 4.45
Kevis Buckley, Austin Peay, 5’10”, 185, 4.55
Darrin Walls, Notre Dame, 6'0", 185, 4.45
Chavez Grant, Miami (Fla.), 5’11”, 180, 4.55
Chris Richards, Stony Brook, 6’0”, 180, 4.45
Phillip Ashley, Charleston Southern, 5’10”, 185, 4.55
Josh Gordy, Central Michigan, 5’11”, 190, 4.55
Chapelle Brown, Colorado, 5’7”, 180, 4.50
Walter Atkins, Toledo, 6’1”, 190, 4.50
Kendric Hawkins, Buffalo, 5’10”, 185, 4.50
Royce Adams, Purdue, 6'0", 190, 4.60

Notable Underclassmen
Joe Haden, Florida, 5’11”, 185, 4.40
Donovan Warren, Michigan, 6’0”, 180, 4.40
Ras-I Dowling, Virginia, 6’2”, 200, 4.55

S
Taylor Mays, USC, 6’3”, 230, 4.40
Kam Chancellor, Virginia Tech, 6’4”, 225, 4.55
Darrell Stuckey, Kansas, 6’1”, 205, 4.55
Nate Allen, South Florida, 6’2”, 205, 4.55
Myron Rolle, Ex-Florida State, 6’2”, 220, 4.55
Kurt Coleman, Ohio State, 5’11”, 190, 4.45
Justin Woodall, Alabama, 6’2”, 220, 4.55
Quinton Andrews, North Alabama, 5’11”, 210, 4.50
Anderson Russell, Ohio State, 6’0”, 205, 4.55
Jordan Lake, Baylor, 6’2”, 205, 4.60
Barry Church, Toledo, 6’2”, 220, 4.65
Bo McNally, Stanford, 6’0”, 210, 4.65
Danny McCray, LSU, 6’1”, 210, 4.55
Van Eskridge, East Carolina, 6’0”, 200, 4.55
Robert Vaughn, Connecticut, 6’0”, 200, 4.50
Larry Asante, Nebraska, 6’1”, 210, 4.55
Antonio Baker, Louisiana Tech, 5’11”, 200, 4.50
Domonique Harris, Temple, 6’3”, 220, 4.60
T.J. Ward, Oregon, 5’11”, 190, 4.55
Kyle McCarthy, Notre Dame, 6’1”, 205, 4.60
Shane Carter, Wisconsin, 6’2”, 205, 4.50
Josh Pinkard, USC, 6’2”, 210, 4.55
Demetrice Morley, Ex-Tennessee, 6’2”, 195, 4.50
Cam Nelson, Arizona, 6’1”, 200, 4.50
Will Harris, USC, 6'1", 205, 4.60
Aaron Ware, UCLA, 6’0”, 195, 4.55
Stevie Brown, Michigan, 6’0”, 210, 4.50
Cody Grimm, Virginia Tech, 5’11”, 205, 4.60
Myles Burnsides, Northwest Missouri State, 5’11”, 195, 4.60
Klint Kubiak, Colorado State, 6’0”, 200, 4.50
Ricky Thenarse, Nebraska, 6’0”, 195, 4.55
P.J. Mahone, Bowling Green, 5’11”, 200, 4.50
Robert Johnson, Utah, 6’2”, 195, 4.50
Harry Coleman, LSU, 6'2", 205, 4.60
Alex Knipp, Ball State, 6’0”, 195, 4.60
Randy Phillips, Miami (Fla.), 6’0”, 205, 4.55
Andrew Sendejo, Rice, 6’1”, 210, 4.60
Donsay Hardeman, Illinois, 6'2", 220, 4.55
Ishie Oduegwu, Texas, 5’10”, 235, 4.55
Jamie Robinson, Florida State, 6'2", 190, 4.50
Jermony Miles, Massachusetts, 6’2”, 205, 4.55
Justin Thornton, Kansas, 6’1”, 210, 4.65
Ryan Hamilton, Vanderbilt, 6’2”, 210, 4.60
Bryan Evans, Georgia, 5’11”, 195, 4.45
Darrian Stewart, South Carolina, 5'11", 220, 4.60
Trimaine Brock, Minnesota, 5’10”, 195, 4.50
Austin Thomas, Indiana, 6’2”, 205, 4.60
Eddie Hicks, Southern Miss, 6'2", 185, 4.45
Da'Mon Cromartie-Smith, UTEP, 6'2", 205, 4.55
Dorian Porch, Virginia Tech, 5'11", 210, 4.55
Jordan Gafford, Miami (Oh.), 6'0", 205, 4.55

Notable Underclassmen
Eric Berry, Tennessee, 5’11”, 195, 4.40
Reshad Jones, Georgia, 6’2”, 205, 4.55
Major Wright, Florida, 6’0”, 205, 4.55

K
Brett Swenson, Michigan State, 5’8”, 160
Josh Arauco, Arkansas State, 5’9”, 210
Lawrence Hunter, Texas, 6’0”, 185
Joshua Shene, Ole Miss, 5’8”, 175
Leigh Tiffin, Alabama, 6’1”, 200
Aaron Pettrey, Ohio State, 6’2”, 200
Dustin Keys, Virginia Tech, 6’2”, 210
Jordan Congdon, USC, 5’9”, 175
Alex Steigerwald, Toledo, 5’11”, 180
Mike Salerno, Northern Illinois, 5’11”, 165
Sam Glusman, Troy, 5’10”, 170
Ben Hartman, East Carolina, 5’11”, 210
Lones Seiber, Kentucky, 5’9”, 185
Chris Summers, Purdue, 6’1”, 180
Andrew Aquila, Central Michigan, 5’11”, 175
Dustin Rivest, Florida International, 5’8”, 175
Brian Pate, William & Mary, 5’9”, 175
Nate Reed, Kent State, 5’8”, 180

P
Zoltan Mesko, Michigan, 6’5”, 235
Matt Dodge, East Carolina, 6’2”, 220
Brent Bowden, Virginia Tech, 6’3”, 205
Anthony Hartz, Colorado State, 6’0”, 185
Jeremy Boone, Penn State, 5’9”, 185
Ross Thevenot, Tulane, 6’0”, 180
Mike Brandtner, Iowa State, 6’1”, 205
Scott Love, Louisiana-Monroe, 6’0”, 205
Scott Ravenesi, Southern Illinois, 6’1”, 195
P.J. Fitzgerald, Alabama, 5’11”, 195
Alonso Rojas, Kansas, 6’3”, 220
Carlos Munera, Florida International, 6’2”, 230
Brett Upson, Vanderbilt, 5’10”, 185
Zach Johnson, Eastern Michigan, 6’0”, 185
Eric Maust, Notre Dame, 6’2”, 180
Matt DiLallo, Colorado, 6’1”, 190
Desi Cullen, Connecticut, 6’0”, 200

wicket
05-05-2009, 07:18 AM
great job, I'd move Aldridge over to the FB ranking since he will be playing there. Overall you have the right ND players (what I know best).
I wouldn even have John Ryan ranked though. He isnt gonna start in his senior year. Paul Duncan could be an option though.

superman
05-05-2009, 09:36 AM
did you make up all the 40 times? they seem pretty realistic instead of exaggerated like you usually see

Matthew Jones
05-05-2009, 10:14 AM
Absolutely ridiculous amount of work here. +rep.

Yatta!
05-05-2009, 10:18 AM
did you make up all the 40 times? they seem pretty realistic instead of exaggerated like you usually see

No, just used the most reliable sources that I could find.

Don Vito
05-05-2009, 10:37 AM
Great job, that's a lot of work right there.

Shane P. Hallam
05-05-2009, 10:43 AM
Yeah, big thanks Yatta

Ozzy
05-05-2009, 11:19 AM
If it is just a list fine, but if these are rankings I have some issues with how you rank the quarterbacks. Grothe is flat out trash, sure he is a leader but the kid has a horrible arm, he will have to have a flat out amazing year to be even drafted. Tebow the top QB I still question, he is clearly a great athlete and a wonderful leader. Still Florida rarely threw the football last year, and that offense is just not a pro offense, no idea what Tebow would look like or play like in a pro offense. Needs to work on that throw of his also, and maybe he is, if so yeah of course but he still needs work. But Sanchez improved night and day over one year, maybe he will do the same.


Where are you getting these 40 times from? Just make them up or estimate? CJ Gable has to be on this list, then again not sure he is a senior or not technically. Where is Trindon Holliday of LSU? At WR? He is in a way much better than James as an offensive threat and potentially as a punt and kick return guy, no way he is that low on any list. Even if he had a suspect year last season.


Where is Brody Eldridge of Oklahoma? I thought he was the only FB worth while as a elite blocker?

All of this Marshawn Gilyard hype, the kid is good and fast but still needs to prove a lot as a WR. Seyi Ajirotutu should be higher up in my book. Have most of the good players though, Banks from Kansas State and Murphy will be interesting to see how they do without Freeman.

Corey Surrency should be mentioned, even if he is a dog and does not get much out of his talent. And Kerry Meier could really come into his own this year and move up quite a bit.


Greg Boone has to be on this list, he is a freak athlete for a man his size, can do a lot and is probably a top 10 talent at the tight end position on a list like this.



Some names at OT that could be added are Jarriel King of South Carolina, talented but very raw. Desmond Taylor of Northwestern is a damn good player, very good solid base on him physically. Steve Schilling and Aleksey Lanis are two other ok prospects.

Got most of the defensive ends on the list, but missing O'Brien Schofield of Wisconsin, he will be a monster pass rusher for them.

Simoni Lawrence of Minnesota should be on the OLB list without question, he had a standout season last year as a speed linebacker/ pass rusher. Tray Blackmon is another one that should be on the OLB list. Then you have Ross Homan of Ohio State should be on there, he has played for awhile and finally will get his chance this year and should do quite well.


Korey Mangum of FSU is a name to keep any eye on, moves well and has good hips as a corner. TJ Williams if he is even alive anymore is a good project corner. Darrin Walls is ok and Royce Adams is talented but honestly did not do much last year, showed a lot of promise as a younger player on Purdue.

I am surprised how high you have Stuckey from Kansas ranked, and Morely is by far way too long on that safety list, that kid can play, but yes has a past history. Robert Johnson is a very good player as well and should be higher I think.


Where is Will Harris of USC? He should be almost top 10 at safety ranking wise. Others would be Donsay Hardeman of Illinois has ability and Terrell Skinner of Maryland is very talented. Long shot Darian Stewart of South Carolina has ability and good size as well. Cody Grimm Virginia Tec oddly enough seems more of a small linebacker but we will see if he can play safety this year.

Jamie Robinson of Florida St should be included and so should Harry Coleman of LSU.



Overall pretty complete list though, however ranking so many is hard because over 60% of these players cannot play. Hard to rank so many at said position when maybe half or one third of them get drafted if they are lucky.

CashmoneyDrew
05-05-2009, 11:44 AM
The only problem I really had was a lack of Greg Boone. He impressed the hell out of me last season.
Good work though.

CC.SD
05-05-2009, 12:01 PM
God, I am so in love with this DT class.

badgerbacker
05-05-2009, 12:42 PM
Great work putting in a lot of effort. Just a note on a couple of the Wisconsin players you have: Elijah Hodge is no longer playing football, and Shane Carter at the moment isn't even scheduled to be a starter.

Michigan
05-05-2009, 01:55 PM
You included some really random Michigan players as prospects (OG Tim McAvoy and C David Moosman) and left out two likely mid-rounders (RB Carlos Brown and OT Mark Ortmann). Can't fault the great effort though.

lordquas
05-05-2009, 04:27 PM
did Sam Bradford die???

Yatta!
05-05-2009, 04:33 PM
Just updated the list, added some players that were mentioned. Thanks for the feedback.

And please read the part at the top before you comment on the underclassmen/rankings.

nikkayeah
05-05-2009, 04:39 PM
did Sam Bradford die???

is he a senior?

Cigaro
05-05-2009, 05:24 PM
Why's Richard Dixon listed as a fullback? I've seen him there on so many lists, despite great production from the tight end spot, where he actually plays.

Why's Eric Norwood listed at defensive end? He hasn't played there since 2007. He played quite well at linebacker last year. He's lost weight and is down to about 250 which helps his athleticism standing up, and at 6'0, he'd be an extremely short defensive end, where as an average to slightly below average, in height, linebacker.

thebow305
05-05-2009, 05:28 PM
Great work on the list man! Thanks a ton!!

Brent
05-05-2009, 07:12 PM
Great work, this is a tremendous task.

Don't for get Daniel Raudabaugh, QB, Miami (OH)

jth1331
05-05-2009, 09:29 PM
Where is Brody Eldridge of Oklahoma? I thought he was the only FB worth while as a elite blocker?


Eldridge is a TE, not a FB. Matt Clapp is the FB for OU who is an awesome blocker.

Eldridge is a solid TE prospect I'd imagine too, he doesn't get involved much due to being behind Gresham, but he has solid hands and blocks very well.

bearsfan_51
05-05-2009, 09:37 PM
I can tell you with absolute certainty that I've seen Simoni Lawrence timed at a 4.41, much faster than 4.55. He's a huge sleeper IMO and the fastest OLB in the draft, assuming he can put on some weight (he's 220, not 210) and not have to move to SS.

Traye Simmons is faster than listed as well. I know you have to adjust for home town inflation, but still.

art vandelay
05-05-2009, 09:53 PM
For Syracuse -

Andrew Robinson got moved to TE because he sucked so hard at QB. He's no kind of NFL prospect right now at either position. Cameron Dantley is a much better prospect at QB but probably won't even start this year. It's funny that Lavar Lobdell is on there since he has hands of stone but I guess he's justified as a height/weight/speed prospect.

YAYareaRB
05-05-2009, 10:03 PM
How Matt Asiata is ahead of Harvey Unga is completely beyond me.

ToldLikeItIs
05-05-2009, 11:50 PM
Iowa's Dace Richardson is back from injury at LG.

He's 6'6 320, and was a former LT, he'll be starting LG next to Bulaga next year.

Doering is probably ranked a little high at #5.

tjsunstein
05-06-2009, 12:33 AM
Underclassmen Note:
QB Pat Devlin from Delaware might be a name to watch after he transferred from Penn State because Daryll Clark stayed another year. He would be under notable underclassmen but he could be someone on the rise.
** I know it's just seniors and big name underclassmen but I think he warrants being checked on throughout the season.

Also, I like how you included the 5'6 RB from Ball State, MiQuale Lewis. lol

Nice list. +rep

CashmoneyDrew
05-06-2009, 12:48 AM
How Matt Asiata is ahead of Harvey Unga is completely beyond me.

Harvey Unga will still only be a junior this year won't he?

underscore
05-06-2009, 05:58 AM
PSU LB Josh Hull isn't even expected to start this year now that Sean Lee is back. I'd be very surprised if he ends up as anything more than training camp fodder next year as an UDFA