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Don Vito
02-25-2010, 11:36 PM
Figured it's never too early.

Ole Miss Rebels

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/img/v3/01-01-2010.ns_01Kentrell_Lockett.GFB2OCU51.1.jpg

DE Kentrell Lockett 6-5 250 SR
-Everyone knows about Hardy and his injury issues, well this is the guy who has been playing in his spot for the better part of two seasons. Lockett is a lanky guy but is very athletic and tough against the run for his size. He is the emotional leader of our defense and really can get to the QB. Many feel he has been the most consistent player on our very talented defense over the last two years, and has played without his hands in the dirt at times. Possible 3-4 OLB candidate.

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/02JtaLadAz2lH/610x.jpg

DT Jerrell Powe 6-2 330 SR
-A potential Vince Wilfork type NT prospect. His learning disabilities are well documented, but Powe has emerged into a force and extremely hard worker. His talent is unquestioned, he can do things a man his size should not be able to do. Is extremely explosive off the ball and commands double teams, and has really benefited from dropping around 50 pounds in a year. This guy is not limited to a 3-4 though he may have the most value, certainly a guy to watch. Was the #2 recruit in the country at one point before word got around that his intelligence would raise red flags. When the coaches thought he was ready they turned him lose and he has been a force ever since, could be dominant next year.

http://cdn.bleacherreport.com/images_root/galleries/191/191257/display_image_GYI0058607285.jpg

RB Brandon Bolden 6-0 225 JR
-Bolden had an outstanding true freshman year, but with the early season focus on the passing game and the late season emergence of McCluster in the backfield he became sort of a forgotten man. Bolden is a terrific talent with ideal size and great athleticism, he is also a threat out of the backfield as a receiver. With McCluster gone and question marks at quarterback, Bolden should have a big role next year. During the beginning of our loss to South Carolina last year he busted a long TD run breaking several tackles and broke away from everyone else, but it was called back and many felt that was the turning point of his season as well as the Rebs as a whole. We have some talent at RB but I hope to see a lot of Bolden and fellow talented junior EnriqueDavis.

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/09QYe2maDy6vZ/610x.jpg

WR Markeith Summers 6-2 200 SR
-Summers has decent size and probably won't blow anyone away with his timed speed, but he is a great athlete with big play ability and big ups. Has been an outstanding blocker for us and his hands have been improving as well. Next year will be huge for him with Hodge and Dex gone, but he has great talent and with the recent success of some Rebel wideouts he is one to watch. He doesn't have Mike Wallace speed, but like Wallace has been steadily improving and could be poised for a big senior year if has someone throwing it to him.

http://cdn1.sbnation.com/entry_photo_images/114031/32384_mississippi_memphis_football.jpg

SS Johnny Brown 5-11 210 SR
-Brown is a talented athlete who developed into a very good all around safety for us last year. He is a playmaker and very solid in the run game. Brown looked like a potential all-SEC player early on but battled some injuries as well as swine flu as the season progressed, he will need to step it up next year with Kendrick Lewis gone opposite him at FS.

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DT Lawon Scott 6-1 330 SR
-Scott is a big body and has some pretty good athleticism. He is very tough and stout against the run, could be a potential 3-4 NT candidate.

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0fCM3LQg4A88V/610x.jpg

DT Ted Laurent 6-0 305
-Ted rounds out what looks to be another tough Ole Miss DL. He doesn't have the size of Powe or Scott, but is a pentrator with great quickness. He came to Ole Miss with high expectations and has been a solid performer; but he has had Peria Jerry, Scott, and Powe to battle for time with constatnly. Will be a 4-3 guy and probably projects best to a 3 technique there.

TitansCJftw
02-25-2010, 11:51 PM
DWAYNE HARRIS WR ECU

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underscore
02-26-2010, 04:51 AM
Penn State is pretty light for 2011...Evan Royster and Stefan Wisniewski are about it. Not many seniors anyway.

SenorGato
02-26-2010, 06:18 AM
Love me some Ole Miss...Powe and Lockett are already two of my favorite prospects for next year. I wish Powe had come out this year...

phlysac
02-26-2010, 09:52 AM
Pittsburgh Panthers

Jonathan Baldwin - Wide Receiver - Jr.
Greg Romeus - Defensive End - RS Sr.
Jason Pinkston - Offensive Tackle - RS Sr.
Jabaal Sheard - Defensive End - Sr.

Grizzlegom
02-26-2010, 10:16 AM
Penn State is pretty light for 2011...Evan Royster and Stefan Wisniewski are about it. Not many seniors anyway.

This. We have a few other guys that are going to be juniors/sophomores and such but those are the two big guys. Other seniors with chances to get drafted: WR Graham Zug, WR/TE Brett Brackett, DT Ollie Ogbu, OL Lou Eliades, and LBs Chris Colasanti and Bani Gbadyu

gonzo1105
02-26-2010, 01:21 PM
Florida State Seminoles:

Christian Ponder QB
Jarmon Fortson WR(Junior)
Ryan McMahon OC
Rodney Hudson OG
Nigel Bradham LB ( Tho I think he needs to improve a ton but his size and athleticism would get him drafted)

wicket
02-26-2010, 01:31 PM
ND Fighting Irish

Kyle Rudolph (jr)
Michael Floyd (jr)
Trevor Robinson (jr)
Ethan Johnson (jr)
Chris Stewart
Armando Allen


ND has some serious issues if all the good juniors go pro, would seriously set them back a LOT

Gchu83
02-26-2010, 05:59 PM
Texas:

Sam Acho - DE
Curtis Brown - CB
Chyckie Brown - CB
Aaron Williams - CB (Jr).
Christian Scott - S
Jared Norton - LB

Malcolm Williams - WR
Kyle Hix- OL
Michael Huey - OL

JHL6719
02-26-2010, 06:05 PM
THE NATIONAL CHAMPION.....ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE....ROLL TIDE

Marcel Dareus - DT

Dont'a Hightower - LB

Mark Ingram - RB

Julio Jones - WR

William Vlachos - C

Mark Barron - FS

James Carpenter - OT

Marquis Maze - WR

CashmoneyDrew
02-26-2010, 06:36 PM
Tennessee Vols
- Nick Stephens, QB, 6'4" 227 lbs.
http://papasmoustache.files.wordpress.com/2009/08/nick-stephens.jpg
- Kevin Cooper, FB, 6'0" 247 lbs.
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/tenn/sports/m-footbl/auto_action/2257044.jpeg
- Luke Stocker, TE, 6'6" 245 lbs.
http://media.govolsxtra.com/media/img/photos/2009/10/03/utauburn4_jh_12171_t300.jpg
- Gerald Jones WR, 6'0" 200 lbs.
http://blog.al.com/chatter/2009/08/large_gerald%20jones.jpg
- Denarius Moore WR, 6'1" 190 lbs.
http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0aS852q86KfT8/340x.jpg
- Aaron Douglas* (RS Soph), LT, 6'6" 285 lbs.
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/tenn/sports/m-footbl/auto_action/3845976.jpeg
- Jarrod Shaw, OG, 6'4" 330 lbs.
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/tenn/sports/m-footbl/auto_action/3612329.jpeg
- Chris Walker, DE/OLB, 6'3" 235 lbs.
http://norcalvol.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/vol-de-chris-walker-returns-his-interception-for-a-td-to-put-the-vols-ahead-for-good-ap-photo-by-wade-payne.jpg
- Ben Martin, DE/OLB, 6'3" 240 lbs.
http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2010/0112/ncf_u_bmartin_200.jpg
- Gerald Williams, DE/OLB, 6'4" 250 lbs.
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/tenn/sports/m-footbl/auto_action/3662682.jpeg
- LaMarcus Thompson, OLB, 6'1" 225 lbs.
http://media.al.com/press-register-sports/photo/alabama-1024jpg-014d5965fa048de5_large.jpg
- Savion Frazier, LB, 6'2" 220 lbs.
http://tnjn.com/content/storyimage/2009/10/04/auburn_game_850.box.JPG
- Art Evans, CB, 6'1" 175 lbs.
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2452/3999643195_4086e90c8d.jpg

I realize all of these guys won't get drafted, but they all have a chance depending on how they do the upcoming season. I'll probably update this post a little later with a short blurb on each guy and projected draft spot.

Bengals78
02-26-2010, 06:42 PM
THE NATIONAL CHAMPION.....ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE....ROLL TIDE

Marcel Dareus - DT

Dont'a Hightower - LB

Mark Ingram - RB

Julio Jones - WR

William Vlachos - C

Mark Barron - FS

James Carpenter - OT

Marquis Maze - WR

If they declare those guys should be first rounders.

thenewfeature06
02-26-2010, 07:05 PM
North Carolina Tarheels Returners

Kendrick Burney - 2nd round
Marvin Austin - 1st
Quan Sturdivant - 2-3rd
Duenta Williams - 1st
Bruce Carter - 1st
Robert Quinn - Top 10 pick

Shaun Droughn - 3-5

RyanBraun8
02-26-2010, 10:35 PM
Wisconsin:

LT Gabe Carimi Sr. rd 1
-Will be one of the top LT prospects in next years draft

RB John Clay Jr. rd 1-2
- think he compares best to Brandon Jacobs, big powerful back who once he gets going he is miserable to bring down

C John Moffitt Sr. rd 2-3
-A top center who can play guard. Could be a very good pro.

WR Nick Toon Jr. rd 2-3
-loaded WR group hurts him a bit and think he would stay for senior year. Showed brillant flashes this season with a horrible QB. Tolzien is aweful

DE J.J. Watt Jr. rd 2-3
If he stays til his senior year may be a first round pick. Caused havoc all season and is extremely athletic for his 6'6 290 and is only going to get better and more distruptive

TE Lance Kendricks Sr. rd 4-5
-typical UW TE very athletic, great hands but still needs to improve blocking and add bulk (236 lbs)

RT Josh Oglesby Jr. rd 4-5
- pontential but still needs a lot of work, 4-5 is being nice, needs to stay for senior year.

SS Jay Valai Sr. rd 5-6
-Alright SS, very good tackler and can lay the lumber. Not top notch in coverage

WR/RT David Gilreath Sr. rd 6
-Had a down year but over his 2 seasons was an elite Kick/Punt returner. could be a okay slot wr

keylime_5
02-27-2010, 09:52 AM
Cameron Heyward-DE (6'5"/290) first round pick right now

DeVier Posey-WR (6'2"/205) JR mid-late first/early second round pick right now

Terrelle Pryor-QB (6'5"/235) JR first or second rounder as an athlete alone (not expected to leave early since he's a raw QB)

Ross Homan-LB (6'0"/230) probably a second or third rounder. scouts like him apparently

Chimdi Chekwa-CB (6'0"/185) third or fourth rounder

Devon Torrence-CB (6'0"/200) third or fourth rounder with late first-second round potential with a big senior year

Justin Boren-OG (6'3"/320) probably third round

Brandon Saine-RB (6'1"/215) likely between rounds 5 and 7


I expect 7 guys drafted (Heyward, Posey, Chekwa, Torrence, Saine, Homan, and Boren) with Pryor coming back and Posey leaving early

ToldLikeItIs
02-27-2010, 02:52 PM
Iowa

Adrian Clayborn, Christian Ballard, Derrell-Johnson Koulianos, Allen Reisner, Julian Vandervelde, Jeremiha Hunter, Ryan Donahue

Tyler Sash and/or Marvin McNutt could leave early

I expect Clayborn and Ballard to be first rounders. Hunter could move up draft boards.

703SKINS202
02-27-2010, 03:32 PM
Noel Devine(RB/KR)-Late 1st/Early 2nd
http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2006/08/15/magazine/20devine.large1.jpg

Robert Sands(FS)-3rd Round
http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2009/1203/ncf_g_sands1_sw_400.jpg

Brandon Hogan(CB)-6th Round
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M.O.T.H.
02-27-2010, 05:39 PM
GAMECOCKS

Ladi Ajiboye DT SR.

Chris Culliver S SR.

Jarriel King OT SR.

Spencer Lanning K SR.

Cliff Matthews DE SR.

Travian Robertson DT/DE SR.

Weslye Saunders TE SR.


Not a terrible class, Culliver should go in the 1st. Matthews could potentially get in there as well. Saunders needs work, but he should be a fairly high pick. Ajiboye, Robertson, and King can improve their stocks considerably. I just said in another thread that I think Ajiboye is a very underrated DT. And Lanning is just an NFL quality kicker, their are certainly better power kickers out there, but Lanning is as accurate as they come.

thenewfeature06
02-27-2010, 05:43 PM
GAMECOCKS

Ladi Ajiboye DT SR.

Chris Culliver S SR.

Jarriel King OT SR.

Spencer Lanning K SR.

Cliff Matthews DE SR.

Travian Robertson DT/DE SR.

Weslye Saunders TE SR.


Love these two prospects, not sure where they will be drafted but Wesley reminds me of a Bo Scaife type which is decent praise Id say and Matthews has great size and is pretty balanced DE.

TitanHope
02-27-2010, 06:11 PM
Tennessee Vols
- Luke Stocker, TE
- Gerald Jones WR
- Denarius Moore WR
- Aaron Douglas, LT
- Chris Walker, DE/OLB
- Ben Martin, DE/OLB

I'll add more to this later.

I'll add

- OLB LaMarcus Thompson, who is one of my pet players next year.
- FB Kevin Cooper, a big (6'0, 247), veteran FB.

Guys who can improve their stocks with good seasons and get drafted:

- DE/OLB Gerald Williams - Athletic 6'4, 248 lbs. who can play DE or OLB.
- OT/OG Jarrod Shaw - Big OL (6'4, 332) who saw playing time last year, and will have to step in this year either at OG or RT.

M.O.T.H.
02-27-2010, 07:54 PM
Cliff Matthews DE SR.

Weslye Saunders TE SR.


Love these two prospects, not sure where they will be drafted but Wesley reminds me of a Bo Scaife type which is decent praise Id say and Matthews has great size and is pretty balanced DE.

Mel Kiper actually has Saunders as his #1 rated Senior TE going into next year. Which would certainly surprise a lot of Gamecocks' fans. He's pretty well rounded but, he's also a little over weight and if you dont get him involved early, he tends to disappear. He has the hands and the body but, the blocking isnt there yet and the player attitude isnt great. Unless he really breaks out, I couldnt imagine Saunders staying the top ranked TE on his list up until next year's draft. Talk about your surprise rankings. I think he's extremely overrated at the moment and I'm a fan as well. I would just like to see a more consistent return out of him.

As for Cliff Matthews. Sky is the limit for Cliff. He's got that prototypical 3-4 OLB size, he's got great power, a non-stop motor, and he's probably running in the 4.6's these days. His sack/TFL numbers were very comparable to Norwood's this year. But Matthews looks like the better talent. As for where Matthews stands...I'd say he's a top 5 DE/OLB in next year's class. But that could certainly be improved upon. He has a lot to gain from a good year. I wouldnt be completely shocked to see him sneak into the 1st with another good season but, 2nd-3rd is more likely.

Texas Homer
02-27-2010, 09:21 PM
TEXAS

CB-Curtis Brown (Sr.)

Brown is an athletic freak and a really talented cover CB. Curtis has good size 6'0". His frame isn't as big as other big time prospects, but I think that Brown will probably be a 2nd round pick. He is a pretty good tackler too which can come as a surprise to some given his frame.

CB-Aaron Williams (Jr.)

Williams oozes talent and athleticism. 6-1 and 192. He is a pretty good hitter/tackler. If he comes out early, then I think that he is a 1st round pick.

CB-Chykie Brown (Sr.)

Interesting prospect. He is listed at 6-0 and 187, but when you see him on the field he looks much taller than that (Think Antonio Cromartie). Brown has good athleticism and is a plus defender at CB because of his size. I think that Brown needs to work on tackling and being more consistent at CB. If I had to guess then I'd say 3rd or 4th round pick. He has really good measureables for a CB.

OL-Kyle Hix (Sr.)

This kid is a MOUNTAIN. He is listed at 6-7.5 at 320 and I think that his size and measureables are legit. He played as a Freshman at Texas and has started since he was a Sophomore at RT. Hix has A LOT of the "P" word-in potential. I think he is a pretty good run blocker. I think Hix is supposed to be sliding over to LT for Texas next season. If he can get stronger and be more consistent, then I think that he can work his way into the 1st round. He reminds me of Texans RT Eric Winston some. Hix has the size and potential, but he needs to put it together. Anywhere between the 1st and the 3rd is my guess.

OL-Michael Huey (Sr.)

He is listed at 6-5" and 310. He already looks like he has an NFL body on the field, but he needs to work on his play on the field and getting stronger. I have no idea what his draft stock is.

DE-Sam Acho (Sr.)

6'3" and 260. He moves well for a kid his size and in my opinion is pretty good using his hands. He had 10 sacks as a Jr. He has a good motor on the field. Another guy that I really have no idea where his draft stock may be, but I'll say 2nd round.

*****SLEEPER ALERT***** DE-Eddie Jones (Sr.)

Jones is listed at 6'3" 260. This guy has a non-stop motor and hits like a TRUCK. He has had a lot of trouble staying healthy, but is a play maker when he is on the field. He had 5 sacks as a Jr. If he can stay healthy as a Sr., then I think that he can have a HUGE season. His health history may play into his draft stock even if he has a HUGE season so I'll guess 3rd round.

WR-Malcolm Williams (Jr.)

He looks like TO with the ball in his hands, but he needs to work on consistency catching the ball. He is listed at 6-3 and 225. He is a Big-Time Athlete and can run. I doubt that he will leave after his Jr. season, but it is possible if he has a HUGE season(which he is capable of) I'm not going to make a draft round guess though.

LB-Keenan Robinson (Jr.).........Listed at 6-3 and 232

I really doubt that he will leave after his Jr. year, but he is Big, can run and loves to hit. I like him a lot as a prospect.

WR-John Chiles (Sr.)

He is listed at 6-2 and 210. He is pretty athletic. No idea on draft stock. He had 34 receptions for 319 yds. and 3 TD's as a Jr.

OG-Tray Allen (Sr.)

Big, strong and pretty athletic for a big guy. Next season he will be competing for a starting job. He is listed at 6-4 and 305. He was very highly recruited. I'm excited to see what he can do on the field.

MLB-Jared Norton (Sr.)

Big LB listed at 6-3 248. He has had some trouble staying healthy, but he has played a lot for Texas. Good tackler.

SINCE1978
02-27-2010, 09:38 PM
Figured it's never too early.

Ole Miss Rebels

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/img/v3/01-01-2010.ns_01Kentrell_Lockett.GFB2OCU51.1.jpg

DE Kentrell Lockett 6-5 250 SR
-Everyone knows about Hardy and his injury issues, well this is the guy who has been playing in his spot for the better part of two seasons. Lockett is a lanky guy but is very athletic and tough against the run for his size. He is the emotional leader of our defense and really can get to the QB. Many feel he has been the most consistent player on our very talented defense over the last two years, and has played without his hands in the dirt at times. Possible 3-4 OLB candidate.

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/02JtaLadAz2lH/610x.jpg

DT Jerrell Powe 6-2 330 SR
-A potential Vince Wilfork type NT prospect. His learning disabilities are well documented, but Powe has emerged into a force and extremely hard worker. His talent is unquestioned, he can do things a man his size should not be able to do. Is extremely explosive off the ball and commands double teams, and has really benefited from dropping around 50 pounds in a year. This guy is not limited to a 3-4 though he may have the most value, certainly a guy to watch. Was the #2 recruit in the country at one point before word got around that his intelligence would raise red flags. When the coaches thought he was ready they turned him lose and he has been a force ever since, could be dominant next year.

http://cdn.bleacherreport.com/images_root/galleries/191/191257/display_image_GYI0058607285.jpg

RB Brandon Bolden 6-0 225 JR
-Bolden had an outstanding true freshman year, but with the early season focus on the passing game and the late season emergence of McCluster in the backfield he became sort of a forgotten man. Bolden is a terrific talent with ideal size and great athleticism, he is also a threat out of the backfield as a receiver. With McCluster gone and question marks at quarterback, Bolden should have a big role next year. During the beginning of our loss to South Carolina last year he busted a long TD run breaking several tackles and broke away from everyone else, but it was called back and many felt that was the turning point of his season as well as the Rebs as a whole. We have some talent at RB but I hope to see a lot of Bolden and fellow talented junior EnriqueDavis.

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/09QYe2maDy6vZ/610x.jpg

WR Markeith Summers 6-2 200 SR
-Summers has decent size and probably won't blow anyone away with his timed speed, but he is a great athlete with big play ability and big ups. Has been an outstanding blocker for us and his hands have been improving as well. Next year will be huge for him with Hodge and Dex gone, but he has great talent and with the recent success of some Rebel wideouts he is one to watch. He doesn't have Mike Wallace speed, but like Wallace has been steadily improving and could be poised for a big senior year if has someone throwing it to him.

http://cdn1.sbnation.com/entry_photo_images/114031/32384_mississippi_memphis_football.jpg

SS Johnny Brown 5-11 210 SR
-Brown is a talented athlete who developed into a very good all around safety for us last year. He is a playmaker and very solid in the run game. Brown looked like a potential all-SEC player early on but battled some injuries as well as swine flu as the season progressed, he will need to step it up next year with Kendrick Lewis gone opposite him at FS.

http://image.cdnl3.xosnetwork.com/pics10/200/HZ/HZVVSGKPEYNEIFZ.20090428200134.jpg

DT Lawon Scott 6-1 330 SR
-Scott is a big body and has some pretty good athleticism. He is very tough and stout against the run, could be a potential 3-4 NT candidate.

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0fCM3LQg4A88V/610x.jpg

DT Ted Laurent 6-0 305
-Ted rounds out what looks to be another tough Ole Miss DL. He doesn't have the size of Powe or Scott, but is a pentrator with great quickness. He came to Ole Miss with high expectations and has been a solid performer; but he has had Peria Jerry, Scott, and Powe to battle for time with constatnly. Will be a 4-3 guy and probably projects best to a 3 technique there.

Seriously ... Ol Miss has 2 330 lb DT plugging the middle?! Holy crap.

Greg Jones ILB Michigan State (would have been a top 50 pick this year)