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DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 03:39 PM
Hey guys, new to these boards. Been working on expanding a draft list for the 2010 draft. This is a very early top 100, and I'll expand it to 150-200 following the 15th.

1. Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska- 6’4 300
2. Gerald McCoy*, DT, Oklahoma- 6’4 297
3. Eric Berry*, S, Tennessee- 5’11 203
4. Jimmy Clausen*, QB, Notre Dame- 6’3 224
5. Rolando McClain*, LB, Alabama- 6’4 260
6. Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State- 6’5 305
7. Joe Haden*, CB, Florida- 5’11 190
8. Derrick Morgan*, DE, Georgia Tech- 6’4 270
9. Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma- 6’5 315
10. Dez Bryant*, WR, Oklahoma State- 6’2 220
11. Carlos Dunlap*, DE, Florida- 6’6 290
12. Brian Price*, DT, UCLA- 6’2 300
13. C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson- 5’11 195
14. Terrence Cody, DT, Alabama- 6’5 360
15. Jerry Hughes, DE, TCU- 6’3 257
16. Anthony Davis*, OT, Rutgers- 6’6 325
17. Earl Thomas*, S, Texas- 5’10 195
18. Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee- 6’3 325
19. Bryan Baluga, OT, Iowa- 6’6 312
20. Jason Pierre-Paul*, DE, South Florida- 6’5 262
21. Sam Bradford*, QB, Oklahoma- 6’4 225
22. Everson Griffen*, DE, USC- 6’4 280
23. Johnathan Dwyer*, RB, Georgia Tech- 6’0 230
24. Arrelious Benn*, WR, Illinois- 6’2 220
25. Sergio Kindle, LB, Texas- 6’4 255
26. Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma- 6’6 258
27. Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri- 6’2 246
28. Taylor Mays, S, USC- 6’4 225
29. Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan- 6’2 260
30. Aaron Hernandez, TE, Florida- 6’2 250
31. Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati- 6’1 189
32. Jared Odrick, DT, Penn State- 6’5 295
33. Brandon Spikes, LB, Florida- 6’3 251
34. Golden Tate*, WR, Notre Dame- 5’11 195
35. Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State- 5’11 193
36. Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho- 6’6 330
37. Bruce Campbell*, OT, Maryland- 6’7 310
38. Brandon LaFell, WR, LSU- 6’3 210
39. Navorro Bowman*, LB, Penn State- 6’1 230
40. Nate Allen, S, South Florida- 6’2 205
41. Vladimir Ducasse, OG, Massachusetts- 6’5 330
42. Daryl Washington, ILB, TCU- 6’3 235
43. Bruce Carter*, LB, North Carolina- 6’2 225
44. Rickey Sapp, DE, Clemson- 6’6 240
45. Arthur Jones, DT, Syracuse- 6’4 293
46. Jon Asomoah, OG, Illinois- 6’6 315
47. Eric Norwood, LB, South Carolina- 6’1 253
48. Kris O’Dowd*, C, USC- 6’5 305
49. Darrell Stuckey, S, Kansas- 6’1 205
50. Damian Williams*, WR, USC- 6’1 210
51. Javhid Best*, RB, California- 5’9 200
52. Anthony McCoy, TE, USC- 6’5 245
53. Charles Brown, OT, USC- 6’6 290
54. Brandon Ghee, CB, Wake Forest- 6’0 190
55. Trevard Lindley, CB, Kentucky- 6’1 185
56. Dexter McCluster, RB, Ole Miss- 5’8 170
57. Maurkice Pouncey, OG, Florida- 6’5 318
58. Marvin Austin*, DT, North Carolina- 6’3 305
59. Anthony Dixon, RB, Miss St.- 6’1 235
60. Greg Hardy, DE, Ole Miss- 6’5 240
61. Colt McCoy, QB, Texas- 6’2 215
62. Jordan Shipley, WR, Texas- 6’0 190
63. Jermaine Cunningham, DE, Florida- 6’3 251
64. Tim Tebow, QB, Florida- 6’3 245
65. O’Brien Schofield, OLB, Wisconsin- 6’3 243
66. Javier Arenas, CB, Alabama- 5’9 195
67. Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford- 6’1 244
68. Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa- 6’3 284
69. Von Miller, DE, Texas A&M- 6’3 240
70. Donovan Warren, CB, Michigan- 6’0 190
71. Reshad Jones, S, Georgia- 6’2 212
72. Kai Forbath, K, UCLA- 6’1 192
73. Sean Canfield, QB, Oregon State- 6’4 214
74. Ryan Mathews, RB, Fresno State- 5’11 220
75. Danario Alexander, WR, Missouri- 6’5 215
76. Dennis Pitta, TE, BYU- 6’5 248
77. Tony Washington, OT, Abilene Christian- 6’7 205
78. Sean Lee, LB, Penn State- 6’2 236
79. Darryl Sharpton, ILB, Miami (Fl.)- 6’1 235
80. Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State- 5’10 190
81. Harry Coleman, S, LSU- 6’2 205
82. Ed Dickson, TE, Oregon- 6’5 243
83. Kyle Calloway, OT, Iowa- 6’7 315
84. Barry Church, S, UCLA- 6’1 220
85. J.D. Walton, C, Baylor- 6’3 304
86. Mike Johnson, OG, Alabama- 6’3 305
87. Colin Peek, TE, Alabama- 6’6 255
88. Eric Decker, WR, Minnesota- 6’2 215
89. Rashawn Jackson, FB, Virginia- 6’1 245
90. James Starks, RB, Buffalo- 6’2 210
91. Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati- 6’6 225
92. Toby Gerhart, RB, Stanford- 6’1 235
93. Stanley Havili, FB, USC- 6’1 225
94. Dezmon Briscoe, WR, Kansas- 6’3 200
95. Anthony Costanzo, OT, Boston College- 6’7 290
96. Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida- 6’5 320
97. Jarvis Jenkins, DT, Clemson- 6’4 305
98. Quan Sturdivant, LB, North Carolina- 6’2 235
99. Thaddeus Gibson, DE, Ohio State- 6’2 245
100. Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia- 6’2 200

RealityCheck
01-10-2010, 03:42 PM
Dunlap and Austin are staying.
Good job whtasoever.

CashmoneyDrew
01-10-2010, 03:44 PM
Not enough Montario Hardesty. :p

DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 03:44 PM
Great. Thanks for the info. I'll make sure that's in the next edit.

DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 03:46 PM
Not enough Montario Hardesty. :p


I like Hardesty, I'm just not sure if his lack of production will get him drafted in the first 3-4 rounds. I think he's a pretty good back, however, and I could easily see him slip into the top 100.

These are very early, obviously. But I wanted to get a list put together for some names for all you Mock Drafters. :D

BaLLiN
01-10-2010, 03:48 PM
Dowling and the NC DL and LB are staying also

DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 03:48 PM
Dowling and the NC DL and LB are staying also

Carter or Sturdivant?

CashmoneyDrew
01-10-2010, 03:52 PM
Both are staying.

RealityCheck
01-10-2010, 03:53 PM
Everybody in UNC is staying.

BaLLiN
01-10-2010, 03:54 PM
Carter or Sturdivant?

Yeah what voodoomonkey said^^^

Sniper
01-10-2010, 03:54 PM
Dunlap at 11? Seriously?

RealityCheck
01-10-2010, 03:55 PM
Iowa DE Clayborn is staying too.

DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 03:58 PM
Dunlap at 11? Seriously?

Dunlap is a very, very good player. He'll be able to step into a 34 or 43 defense and make an immediate impact.

Sniper
01-10-2010, 03:59 PM
Dunlap is a very, very good player. He'll be able to step into a 34 or 43 defense and make an immediate impact.

By "very, very good player", do you mean one-dimensional player who's not even that good at his one dimension and gets all of his sacks when he gets in unblocked or because of the great secondary's coverage?

He's an absolutely atrocious run defender with no discipline, doesn't understand leverage, and has zero football IQ. There were six or seven Big 10 DEs this year that are better football players than Dunlap.

DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 04:02 PM
By "very, very good player", do you mean one-dimensional player who's not even that good at his one dimension and gets all of his sacks when he gets in unblocked or because of the great secondary's coverage?

So you're just opposed to taking any player that's on a great defense?

Should Rolando McClain not be a top 10 player because of all the talent around him, and because of Dareus, Washington, Cody and Deaderick all playing in front of him?

Should you not take Haden because Florida's front 7 is one of the best in the nation, or are they just great because of Haden, Wright, and Co.?

He's a great lateral player, gets a good push at the defensive end position, and is versatile. He's pretty athletic for being 290 pounds as well. He's a very talented player, and most draft scouts would agree.

Unbiased
01-10-2010, 04:03 PM
Dunlap is a very, very good player. He'll be able to step into a 34 or 43 defense and make an immediate impact.

What's he gonna be in a 3-4 defense? Too weak to play end and too big to be effective in space.

DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 04:06 PM
What's he gonna be in a 3-4 defense? Too weak to play end and too big to be effective in space.

He will build strength in an NFL strength and conditioning system, and he actually plays well in space. And it doesn't make sense to be "too big", considering 34 DE's are usually around 6'5-6'6 290-310 pounds.

RealityCheck
01-10-2010, 04:07 PM
I really don't see Dunlap playing 3-4 DE.

Sniper
01-10-2010, 04:08 PM
So you're just opposed to taking any player that's on a great defense?

Not at all. Dunlap's just not good.

Should Rolando McClain not be a top 10 player because of all the talent around him, and because of Dareus, Washington, Cody and Deaderick all playing in front of him?

Should you not take Haden because Florida's front 7 is one of the best in the nation, or are they just great because of Haden, Wright, and Co.?

When I watch 'Bama/Florida play, McClain and Haden stand out (Haden less, obviously, because he's a corner). Dunlap is just another guy on the field. ON UF's D, guys like Brandon Spikes, Joe Haden, Major Wright, Will Hill, Ahmad Black and Jermaine Cunningham all stand out significantly more.

He's a great lateral player, gets a good push at the defensive end position, and is versatile. He's pretty athletic for being 290 pounds as well. He's a very talented player, and most draft scouts would agree.

He's a liability against the run and is very inconsistent. A sure-fire bust. Look at his production this year. Dunlap benefited from an amazing secondary, not the other way around.

Anywhoo, since neither of us will convince the other of our viewpoint, could you explain for having Brandon Graham so low?

Sniper
01-10-2010, 04:08 PM
He will build strength in an NFL strength and conditioning system, and he actually plays well in space. And it doesn't make sense to be "too big", considering 34 DE's are usually around 6'5-6'6 290-310 pounds.

"To play in space" in a 3-4 defense = 3-4 OLB.

DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 04:13 PM
Anywhoo, since neither of us will convince the other of our viewpoint, could you explain for having Brandon Graham so low?

I like Graham a lot. He looks just like Woodley, who is having a very successful start to his career in Pittsburgh.

He'll most likely move up in my list, but looking at all the talent in the first round of this draft, it's not hard to see why he's so low.

I think when all is said and done, he'll be around 17-20 on my final big board, but as of right now, I'm a big higher on some of those guys, like Pierre-Paul, Hughes, and Morgan.

DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 04:14 PM
Edit.......

Unbiased
01-10-2010, 04:31 PM
He will build strength in an NFL strength and conditioning system, and he actually plays well in space. And it doesn't make sense to be "too big", considering 34 DE's are usually around 6'5-6'6 290-310 pounds.

I meant he's too big to play OLB.

There's no way he can play 3-4 end. He's way too weak and soft for the position.

DaBrowns41
01-10-2010, 04:46 PM
I meant he's too big to play OLB.

There's no way he can play 3-4 end. He's way too weak and soft for the position.

They said the same thing about Calais Campbell, and he has started all season at 34 DE for the Cards and registered 7 sacks this year.

RaiderNation
01-10-2010, 05:22 PM
By the time of the draft Anthony Davis will be in the top 10

Babylon
01-10-2010, 05:25 PM
Owen Marecic with his 8 carries for 15 yds over Toby Gerhart. Is that a typo or just the most rediculous thing i've ever seen?

Unbiased
01-10-2010, 05:37 PM
They said the same thing about Calais Campbell, and he has started all season at 34 DE for the Cards and registered 7 sacks this year.

I didn't say that about Campbell.

Unbiased
01-10-2010, 05:38 PM
Owen Marecic with his 8 carries for 15 yds over Toby Gerhart. Is that a typo or just the most rediculous thing i've ever seen?

Your basis of comparison between a running back and a full back is carries and yards? Seriously?

Babylon
01-10-2010, 05:52 PM
Your basis of comparison between a running back and a full back is carries and yards? Seriously?

Marecic is a decent blocking fullback, that's about it. I was so stunned by the prediction of the guy that made the thread, i wasnt thinking anyone would actually agree with him.

iowatreat54
01-10-2010, 06:10 PM
Adrian Clayborn is staying so you should prolly take him off your list.

DaBrowns41
01-11-2010, 03:08 AM
By the time of the draft Anthony Davis will be in the top 10

I agree. I think Davis will end up being the 2nd OT off next to Okung. Williams will slide.

DaBrowns41
01-11-2010, 03:12 AM
Owen Marecic with his 8 carries for 15 yds over Toby Gerhart. Is that a typo or just the most rediculous thing i've ever seen?

Gerhart is a straight N/S runner. He's not a guy that can be on the field in 3rd downs because he's not a good receiver out of the backfield and his pass blocking is mediocre.

He's not going to outrun people at the next level, despite breaking off some nice runs against some of those Pac-10 defenses.

He also runs too tall for my liking as well.

In a game where speedy RB's dominate, there's just little room for him to be a #1 back. He'd be a great goal line, short yardage guy, but those guys don't get drafted in the first 2-3 rounds.

DaBrowns41
01-12-2010, 09:16 AM
FYI, Carlos Dunlap said that he was going to enter the NFL Draft.

iowatreat54
01-12-2010, 01:03 PM
FYI, Carlos Dunlap said that he was going to enter the NFL Draft.

fyi, Adrian Clayborn is still not entering the draft.

DaBrowns41
01-12-2010, 01:06 PM
fyi, Adrian Clayborn is still not entering the draft.

You said that already....

iowatreat54
01-12-2010, 01:11 PM
You said that already....

Yet you still have him ranked in the top 100 draft prospects. Doesn't really make sense now does it...

DaBrowns41
01-12-2010, 01:16 PM
Yet you still have him ranked in the top 100 draft prospects. Doesn't really make sense now does it...

I thought it was quite obvious that I had not edited it yet.

I'm waiting until the 15th, when everything is final, before I go through all the changes.

Hopefully that's ok with you, sir.

DaBrowns41
01-12-2010, 01:19 PM
Not to mention, it's not final. Just because he said it live after they won the Orange Bowl doesn't make it official.

Unless I see a link or so, I'm not going to be editing anything, especially considering X amount of people told me Dunlap was definitely staying, and he obviously wasn't.