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TACKLE
06-26-2010, 10:06 PM
Things have been kind of slow around here in the draft section lately. It's still early but the college season is approaching quickly and people should be getting a better idea of their rankings heading into the season.

Top 10, top 20, top 32, top 252, whatever you want. Post your current big board here.

princefielder28
06-26-2010, 10:47 PM
Top 20
1. Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
2. Patrick Peterson, CB, Louisiana State
3. AJ Green, WR, Georgia
4. Ryan Mallet, QB, Arkansas
5. Marcell Dareus, DL, Alabama
6. Jake Locker, QB, Washington
7. Cameron Heyward, DL, Ohio State
8. Rahim Moore, S, UCLA
9. Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama
10. Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
11. Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa
12. Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech
13. Jason Pinkston, OL, Pittsburgh
14. Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh
15. Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh
16. Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College
17. Jurrell Casey, DT, USC
18. Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M
19. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
20. Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame

RealityCheck
06-27-2010, 09:20 AM
1. Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
19. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
20. Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
I want reasons, and I want them now.

wonderbredd24
06-27-2010, 09:33 AM
1. Jake Locker, QB Washington
2. AJ Green, WR Georgia
3. Patrick Peterson, CB LSU
4. Cameron Heyward, DE Ohio State
5. Michael Floyd, WR Notre Dame
6. Richard Quinn, DE North Carolina
7. Adrian Clayborn, DE Iowa
8. Dont'a Hightower, ILB Alabama
9. Marcel Dareus, DT/DE Alabama
10. Ryan Mallett, QB Arkansas

roscoesdad27
06-27-2010, 10:36 AM
1) r. quinn d.e. unc
just needs to add 1 or 2 moves to become the best 3-4 olb prospect since LAWRENCE TAYLOR!

2) j. locker q.b. washington
i said it before and i'll say it again...a bigger, stronger, faster steve young

3) r. mallet q.b. arkansas
one of the strongest arms ever on one of the best frames ever and is poised for a huge season.

4) p. peterson c.b. lsu
mel blount 2.0

5) a.j. green w.r. georgia
best w.r. prospect since megatron...rare mix of size, speed, quickness, hands and production.

6) c. heyward 3-4 d.e. ohio state
most complete and THE cant miss prospect of this draft.

7) j. baldwin w.r. pitt
larry fitzgerald clone

8) m. dareus 3-4 d.e. alabama
flashed brilliance in the national championship game

9) g. jones mlb michigan state
great all around game, natural leader and vicous hitter, true 4-3 mike.

10) a. ayers olb/mlb ucla
versatile ballhawk can play any position in any scheme.

tenorx
06-27-2010, 11:23 AM
I love Hightowers play, but really, 2xtop10? He is overrated, he must have a great season to be a first round pick. For me, he is a mid-2nd round player right now.

wonderbredd24
06-27-2010, 11:59 AM
I love Hightowers play, but really, 2xtop10? He is overrated, he must have a great season to be a first round pick. For me, he is a mid-2nd round player right now.

Hightower was a great player along side McClain until he got hurt. He's got the size at around 6'4" 255... he just needs to prove he's healthy and continue playing well.

He is coached by Saban, and plays in an NFL-style 3-4 which help his case and with guys like Dareus in front of him, he should have a great season.

JFLO
06-27-2010, 12:11 PM
I think I have to agree with the overrated team on Hightower at this point. His athleticism is being waaay overhyped and he has his obvious health concerns. His size is impeccable, but I think people are buying too much into his stock at the moment.

tenorx
06-27-2010, 12:15 PM
Hightower was a great player along side McClain until he got hurt. He's got the size at around 6'4" 255... he just needs to prove he's healthy and continue playing well.

He is coached by Saban, and plays in an NFL-style 3-4 which help his case and with guys like Dareus in front of him, he should have a great season.

Yes, he did good next to McClain, but now he has to play good with Nico Johnson. Not to mention size and athletism isn't everything, he needs to prove much to me so i can consider him a 1st round talent.
P.s.: I'm a big fan of Alabama, and Hightower :) At the hungarian nfl forum I'll even try to draft him in our GM game, but only in the 2nd round :)

Sniper
06-27-2010, 12:16 PM
9) g. jones mlb michigan state
true 4-3 mike.

At 235 pounds? No way.

princefielder28
06-27-2010, 12:30 PM
I want reasons, and I want them now.

If you want my reasoning towards Luck and Quinn then just look through other threads in this part of the forum because right now I'm too lazy to type all that out again. And when it comes to Michael Floyd, I like him as a prospect but he's not an elite talent, fourth best receiver in this class, and he doesn't play a premium position. Also, in both of his first two years at Notre Dame he's faced injuries and that is somewhat troubling as well. And the injuries haven't been a freak accident but re-occuring injuries involving his knees and feet.

wonderbredd24
06-27-2010, 12:40 PM
I want reasons, and I want them now.
He values hype and potential over production, so I don't know how Quinn isn't higher.

AntoinCD
06-27-2010, 12:40 PM
1. Patrick Peterson, CB LSU
2. AJ Green, WR Georgia
3. Robert Quinn, DE UNC
4. Cameron Heyward, DE Ohio State
5. Marcel Dareus, DE/DT Alabama
6. Ryan Mallet, QB Arkansas
7. Julio Jones. WR Alabama
8. Aaron Williams, CB Texas
9. Jake Locker, QB Washington
10. Jonathan Baldwin, WR Pittsburgh
11. Adrian Clayborn, DE Iowa
12. Rahim Moore, S UCLA
13. Von Miller, DE/OLB Texas A&M
14. Michael Floyd, WR Notre Dame
15. Prince Amakamura, CB Nebraska

princefielder28
06-27-2010, 12:59 PM
He values hype and potential over production, so I don't know how Quinn isn't higher.

Haha why is that because I have Luck and Mallet over Locker???

wonderbredd24
06-27-2010, 01:03 PM
Haha why is that because I have Luck and Mallet over Locker???
You have a QB who hasn't really done anything as the #1 prospect in the entire country.

princefielder28
06-27-2010, 01:13 PM
You have a QB who hasn't really done anything as the #1 prospect in the entire country.

I simple yes would've worked...there's clearly a difference in opinion between our views on the quarterback prospects because you have Locker at the #1 prospect and the next quarterback is Mallet at 10. Just curious, where do you have Luck slotted?

wonderbredd24
06-27-2010, 01:18 PM
I simple yes would've worked...there's clearly a difference in opinion between our views on the quarterback prospects because you have Locker at the #1 prospect and the next quarterback is Mallet at 10. Just curious, where do you have Luck slotted?
I don't get into these long, drawn out rankings, but as it pertains to Luck, he's nothing but physical tools until he proves it on the field, so I don't really concern myself with slotting him. He could be the best quarterback in his class or be an UDFA at this point. Let's see what he does this season and then worry about where to put him.

TACKLE
06-27-2010, 02:47 PM
TOP 20

1. Ryan Mallett - QB - Arkansas
2. Jake Locker - QB - Washington
3. Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU
4. Michael Floyd - WR - Notre Dame
5. AJ Green - WR - Georgia
6. Cam Heyward - DE/DT - Ohio State
7. Robert Quinn - DE - North Carolina
8. Prince Amukamara - CB - Nebraska
9. Dont'a Hightower - ILB - Alabama
10. Marcell Dareus - DE/DT - Alabama
11. DeAndre McDaniel - S - Clemson
12. Allen Bailey - DE - Miami
13. Jonathan Baldwin - WR - Pittsburgh
14. Adrian Clayborn - DE - Iowa
15. Ryan Williams - RB - Mark Ingram
16. Mark Ingram - RB - Alabama
17. Aaron Williams - CB - Texas
18. Greg Little - WR - North Carolina
19. Janoris Jenkins - CB - Florida
20. Christian Ponder - QB - Florida State

Sniper
06-27-2010, 02:55 PM
Janoris Jenkins is a corner, not a quarterback.

TACKLE
06-27-2010, 02:56 PM
Janoris Jenkins is a corner, not a quarterback.

Really? Hmmm....




lol thanks for pointing that out. Fixed it.

Texas Homer
06-27-2010, 03:46 PM
Top 5

1. QB Ryan Mallett
2. WR AJ Green
3. QB Andrew Luck
4. CB Patrick Peterson
5. QB Jake Locker

Top 5 CB

1. Patrick Peterson LSU
2. Aaron Williams Texas
3. Prince Amukamara Nebraska
4. Curtis Brown Texas
5. Brandon Harris Miami

Hurricanes25
06-27-2010, 04:02 PM
Top 15

1. Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU
2. Ryan Mallett - QB - Arkansas
3. AJ Green - WR - Georgia
4. Robert Quinn - DE - North Carolina
5. Jake Locker - QB - Washington
6. Michael Floyd - WR - Notre Dame
7. Andrew Luck - QB - Stanford
8. Julio Jones - WR - Alabama
9. Cameron Heyward - DL - Ohio State
10. Dont'a Hightower - ILB - Alabama
11. Jonathan Baldwin - WR - Pitttsburgh
12. Ryan Williams - RB - Virginia Tech
13. Marcell Dareus - DL - Alabama
14. Rahim Moore - S - UCLA
15. Allen Bailey - DL - Miami

Michigan
06-27-2010, 04:26 PM
Yay passing game. =\

1. Ryan Mallett, QB Arkansas
2. A.J. Green, WR Georgia
3. Jake Locker, QB Washington
4. Patrick Peterson, CB LSU
5. Michael Floyd, WR Notre Dame
6. Julio Jones, WR Alabama
7. Robert Quinn, DE North Carolina
8. Adrian Clayborn, DE Iowa
9. Cameron Heyward, DL Ohio State
10. Andrew Luck, QB Stanford

TACKLE
06-28-2010, 02:32 AM
I notice almost everybody has Rahim Moore over DeAndre McDaniel. Why is that? I like Moore and he is a terrific ball hawk but Deandre is every bit the playmaker and has better size and is probably a bit better athlete.

RealityCheck
06-28-2010, 07:49 PM
Seniors

Ovr. Pos. Player Position School
1 1 Jake Locker QB Washington
2 1 Cameron Heyward DE Ohio State
3 1 Marvin Austin DT North Carolina
4 2 Allen Bailey DE Miami (FL)
5 3 Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa
6 1 Bruce Carter OLB North Carolina
7 1 Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin
8 1 Prince Amukamara CB Nebraska
9 1 DeAndre McDaniel S Clemson
10 2 Anthony Castonzo OT Boston College
11 1 Kristofer O'Dowd C USC
12 4 Greg Romeus DE Pittsburgh
13 2 Von Miller OLB Texas A&M
14 2 Deunta Williams S North Carolina
15 2 Jerrod Johnson QB Texas A&M
16 1 Greg Jones ILB Michigan State
17 3 Christian Ponder QB Florida State
18 2 Ras-I Dowling CB Virginia
19 2 Jerrell Powe DT Ole Miss
20 3 Jason Pinkston OT Pittsburgh
21 1 Mike Pouncey OG Florida
22 1 DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma
23 4 Nate Solder OT Colorado
24 3 Stephen Paea DT Oregon State
25 3 Kendric Burney CB North Carolina
26 5 Jeremy Beal DE Oklahoma
27 3 Mark Herzlich OLB Boston College
28 1 Greg Little WR North Carolina
29 2 Thomas Claiborne OG Boston College
30 2 Quan Sturdivant ILB North Carolina
31 2 Stefen Wisniewski C Penn State
32 6 Christian Anthony DE Grambling State

Juniors

Ovr. Pos. Player Position School
1 1 Robert Quinn DE North Carolina
2 1 A.J. Green WR Georgia
3 1 Patrick Peterson CB LSU
4 2 Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
5 1 Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas
6 3 Jonathan Baldwin WR Pittsburgh
7 1 Mark Ingram RB Alabama
8 2 Aaron Williams CB Texas
9 2 Marcell Dareus DE Alabama
10 4 Julio Jones WR Alabama
11 1 Matt Reynolds OT BYU
12 1 Rahim Moore S UCLA
13 1 Travis Lewis OLB Oklahoma
14 3 Da'Quan Bowers DE Clemson
15 1 Jared Crick DT Nebraska
16 2 Akeem Ayers OLB UCLA
17 1 Dont'a Hightower ILB Alabama
18 5 Ryan Broyles WR Oklahoma
19 2 Jacquizz Rodgers RB Oregon State
20 2 Will Hill S Florida
21 2 Jurrell Casey DT USC
22 3 Brandon Harris CB Miami (FL)
23 2 Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri
24 4 Janoris Jenkins CB Florida
25 2 Chris Galippo ILB USC
26 1 Mike Brewster C Ohio State
27 3 Zach Brown OLB North Carolina
28 2 Nate Potter OT Boise State
29 1 Kyle Rudolph TE Notre Dame
30 3 Mark Barron S Alabama
31 4 Adrian Robinson OLB Temple
32 4 Robert Sands S West Virginia

Sophomores

1 1 Andrew Luck QB Stanford
2 1 Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina
3 1 Luke Kuechly ILB Boston College
4 1 Ryan Williams RB Virginia Tech
5 1 Ray Ray Armstrong S Miami (FL)
6 2 Vontaze Burfict ILB Arizona State
7 2 Trent Richardson RB Alabama
8 1 Aldon Smith DE Missouri
9 3 Christine Michael RB Texas A&M
10 2 Vaughn Telemaque S Miami (FL)
11 1 Manti Te'o OLB Notre Dame
12 2 Alex Okafor DE Texas
13 4 Bernard Pierce RB Temple
14 1 Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina
15 3 Nick Perry DE USC
16 5 Dion Lewis RB Pittsburgh
17 2 Reuben Randle WR LSU
18 2 Nico Johnson OLB Alabama
19 2 Greg Reid CB Florida State
20 1 Riley Reiff OT Iowa
21 1 Jerel Worthy DT Michigan State
22 3 Desmond Trufant CB Washington
23 3 Devon Kennard OLB USC
24 2 Robert Griffin QB Baylor
25 3 Erik Highsmith WR North Carolina
26 3 Matt Barkley QB USC
27 4 Demetrius Hartsfield OLB Maryland
28 2 Matt Kalil OT USC
29 4 Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
30 4 Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers
31 3 Rashard Hall S Clemson
32 1 Brandon Washington OG Miami (FL)

JFLO
06-30-2010, 09:20 PM
Alshon Jeffery at 2 is pretty intriguing...I don't like getting into the rankings of sophomores, but if I were to make a list off the top of my head it would be:

1. Andrew Luck // Quarterback // Stanford
2. Vontaze Burfict // Linebacker // Arizona State
3. Aldon Smith // Defensive End // Missouri
4. Stephon Gilmore // Cornerback // South Carolina
5. Trent Richardson // Running Back // Alabama
6. Ryan Williams // Running Back // Virginia Tech
7. Alex Okafor // Defensive End // Texas
8. Ray Ray Armstrong // Safety // Miami (FL)
9. Luke Kuechly // Linebacker // Boston College
10. Alshon Jeffery // Wide Receiver // South Carolina

I'm higher on Aldon Smith than most people, but dude is a freak and if he can put up big numbers this season, then he could be a 1st round choice this year. I think some teams are scared of R/s Sophomore DE's because of Aaron Maybin, but Smith is a beast.

TuckNole
07-07-2010, 01:14 PM
1.) Ryan Mallett - QB
2.) Robert Quinn - DE
3.) Allen Bailey - DE
4.) Patrick Peterson - CB
5.) Marvin Austin - DT
6.) Jake Locker - QB
7.) Christian Ponder - QB
8.) Prince Amukamara - CB
9.) AJ Green - WR
10.) Cameron Heyward - DE

tjsunstein
07-07-2010, 01:21 PM
1) r. quinn d.e. unc
just needs to add 1 or 2 moves to become the best 3-4 olb prospect since LAWRENCE TAYLOR!

2) j. locker q.b. washington
i said it before and i'll say it again...a bigger, stronger, faster steve young

3) r. mallet q.b. arkansas
one of the strongest arms ever on one of the best frames ever and is poised for a huge season.

4) p. peterson c.b. lsu
mel blount 2.0

5) a.j. green w.r. georgia
best w.r. prospect since megatron...rare mix of size, speed, quickness, hands and production.

6) c. heyward 3-4 d.e. ohio state
most complete and THE cant miss prospect of this draft.

7) j. baldwin w.r. pitt
larry fitzgerald clone

8) m. dareus 3-4 d.e. alabama
flashed brilliance in the national championship game

9) g. jones mlb michigan state
great all around game, natural leader and vicous hitter, true 4-3 mike.

10) a. ayers olb/mlb ucla
versatile ballhawk can play any position in any scheme.

So with all the brave statements you made, Cameron Heyward is the can't miss prospect? Does that mean he will be the greatest player ever?

prock
07-07-2010, 01:26 PM
After a few more weeks of looking at the top guys, this is my fluid big board.

1. Ryan Mallet, QB, Arkansas
2. Jake Locker, QB, Washington
3. Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
4. AJ Green, WR, Georgia
5. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
6. Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State
7. Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
8. Marcel Dareus, DE/DT, Alabama
9. Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska
10. Allen Bailey, DE, Miami
11. Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh
12. DeAndre McDaniel, S, Clemson
12. Aaron Williams, CB, Texas
13. Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
14. Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama
15. Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State

As I said, very fluid. The list will become more set in stone as the college season moves on.

JFLO
07-07-2010, 03:40 PM
Current Top 25

01. Patrick Peterson - - Cornerback - - Louisiana State
02. A.J. Green - - Wide Receiver - - Georgia
03. Ryan Mallett - - Quarterback - - Arkansas
04. Robert Quinn - - Defensive End - - North Carolina
05. Marcel Dareus - - Defensive Lineman - - Alabama
06. Jake Locker - - Quarterback - - Washington
07. Jonathan Baldwin - - Wide Receiver - - Pittsburgh
08. Adrian Clayborn - - Defensive End - - Iowa
09. Andrew Luck - - Quarterback - - Stanford
10. Mark Ingram - - Running Back - - Alabama
11. Aaron Williams - - Cornerback - - Texas
12. Anthony Castonzo - - Offensive Tackle - - Boston College
13. Cameron Heyward - - Defensive Lineman - - Ohio State
14. Allen Bailey - - Defensive Lineman - - Miami (FL)
15. Ryan Williams - - Running Back - - Virginia Tech
16. Akeem Ayers - - Outside Linebacker - - UCLA
17. Michael Floyd - - Wide Receiver - - Notre Dame
18. Prince Amukamara - - Cornerback - - Nebraska
19. Julio Jones - - Wide Receiver - - Alabama
20. Von Miller - - Outside Linebacker - - Texas A&M
21. Dont’a Hightower - - Linebacker - - Alabama
22. Gabe Carimi - - Offensive Tackle - - Wisconsin
23. Greg Romeus - - Defensive End - - Pittsburgh
24. DeAndre McDaniel - - Safety - - Clemson
25. Christian Ponder - - Quarterback - - Florida State

I plan on doing a Top 100 sometime before the season starts in September.

bce
07-07-2010, 07:35 PM
Current Top 25

01. Patrick Peterson - - Cornerback - - Louisiana State
02. A.J. Green - - Wide Receiver - - Georgia
03. Ryan Mallett - - Quarterback - - Arkansas
04. Robert Quinn - - Defensive End - - North Carolina
05. Marcel Dareus - - Defensive Lineman - - Alabama
06. Jake Locker - - Quarterback - - Washington
07. Jonathan Baldwin - - Wide Receiver - - Pittsburgh
08. Adrian Clayborn - - Defensive End - - Iowa
09. Andrew Luck - - Quarterback - - Stanford
10. Mark Ingram - - Running Back - - Alabama
11. Aaron Williams - - Cornerback - - Texas
12. Anthony Castonzo - - Offensive Tackle - - Boston College
13. Cameron Heyward - - Defensive Lineman - - Ohio State
14. Allen Bailey - - Defensive Lineman - - Miami (FL)
15. Ryan Williams - - Running Back - - Virginia Tech
16. Akeem Ayers - - Outside Linebacker - - UCLA
17. Michael Floyd - - Wide Receiver - - Notre Dame
18. Prince Amukamara - - Cornerback - - Nebraska
19. Julio Jones - - Wide Receiver - - Alabama
20. Von Miller - - Outside Linebacker - - Texas A&M
21. Dont’a Hightower - - Linebacker - - Alabama
22. Gabe Carimi - - Offensive Tackle - - Wisconsin
23. Greg Romeus - - Defensive End - - Pittsburgh
24. DeAndre McDaniel - - Safety - - Clemson
25. Christian Ponder - - Quarterback - - Florida State

I plan on doing a Top 100 sometime before the season starts in September.


Enjoy your copying. Are you really going to subject us to a slight reordering of scouts incs top 100?

JFLO
07-07-2010, 07:53 PM
Enjoy your copying. Are you really going to subject us to a slight reordering of scouts incs top 100?

Maybe I should look to someone who had Dion ******* Lewis in their rankings, right?

Oh wait, that's right, he's not even ******* eligible you tard.

bce
07-07-2010, 07:58 PM
I'm not so sure about that. He did go to prep school, although it may not have been the "extra year" of prep school, ive been researching and I cant find it anywhere not on the website for pitt or any other source whether or not he went for the "extra year". If he is eligible, hes certainly one of the top talents.

I dont know is there anything more brainless than taking socuts incs top 100 shuffling a couple spots and then it calling your own top 100?

JFLO
07-07-2010, 08:08 PM
I'm not so sure about that. He did go to prep school, although it may not have been the "extra year" of prep school, ive been researching and I cant find it anywhere not on the website for pitt or any other source whether or not he went for the "extra year". If he is eligible, hes certainly one of the top talents.

I dont know is there anything more brainless than taking socuts incs top 100 shuffling a couple spots and then it calling your own top 100?

So you agree? You have no idea what the **** your talking about?

There is not a single person here that takes anything you say seriously because you are a worthless poster. You honestly believe that Robert Griffin, a track star turned decent college football player who missed an entire essential season of football last season on a horrible team is really the third best player in the entire class?

There is a difference between players like Patrick Peterson and Robert Griffin...it's called talent and experience. Peterson has been the starting cornerback on one the of the best teams since his freshman year, in the toughest conference in the nation. Not to mention the fact that he has essentially shut down both Julio Jones and A.J. Green last season.

The only reason I don't bash you as much as other people is because after reading some of your posts it seems that you might honestly have a mental disorder and it would be a dick move of me to make fun of a tard.

Also, bro...

Scouts Inc. hasn't even come out with anything regarding their Top 100 players or their Top 25 or top anything for that matter, so before you try to look cool with your "clever" lines, like Dion Lewis being a Top 5 pick after his sophomore year or Scouts Inc. Top 100 in the year 2049, check your facts.

JFLO
07-07-2010, 08:10 PM
Dion Lewis graduated HS in 2009, in December...

Here is your proof, Oh Holy One:

http://rivals.yahoo.com/bostoncollege/football/recruiting/player-Dion-Lewis-73239

bce
07-07-2010, 08:12 PM
Im a "worthless poster" because i dont repeat what every media source says? Because i dont repeat what espn.com says. I think its pretty worthless to do that because someones already done itr so why should i hear the same thing from you. What am I going to gain from someone repeating mel kipers big board when I could just go to espn.com and see it for myself from the horses mouth.

To me anyway thats "worthless posting". Its just a repeat of what someone else has already said.

bce
07-07-2010, 08:17 PM
Ok if hes not eligible hes not eligible. Ill just move him out and move someone else in. No worries about it at all when people say dion lewis went to prep school i thought it meant he went to the extra year.

You got me. Im going to run and hide i dont know anything ive been shamed into submission because i got a guys graduating class year wrong and put an ineligible on my board.

JFLO
07-07-2010, 08:18 PM
Ok if hes not eligible hes not eligible. Ill just move him out and move someone else in. No worries about it at all when people say dion lewis went to prep school i thought it meant he went to the extra year.

You got me. Im going to run and hide i dont know anything ive been shamed into submission because i got a guys graduating class year wrong and put an ineligible on my board.

I would quit while your ahead if I were you.

If that were the case, you would have stopped posting here awhile ago.

bce
07-07-2010, 08:23 PM
Why should i quit when im way ahead of everyone?

Is being ahead rehashing mel kipers big board and calling it your own?

Youre always going to lose, because youre out of your universe along with the rest of the herd.

I'll give credit and respect to the original thinkers and authors of their own work.

The mel kiper plagiarizers, well i mean youre going to say the same thing as mel kiper, youre going repeat what youre fed. To me thats 'worthless" as you say.

JFLO
07-07-2010, 08:26 PM
We're finished here, I've already made you my *****. Now fetch me a glass of water.

bce
07-07-2010, 08:33 PM
actually i made you mine when i exposed the fact that you stole mel kipers big board and made it your own. your just mel kipers whatever

Getting a high school graduation class wrong and then you pointing it out makes me neither embarrassed or your whatever.

Now go get me a glass of water. since mel kiper is my whatever and your his whatever you can get me a glass of water.

JFLO
07-07-2010, 08:35 PM
actually i made you mine when i exposed the fact that you stole mel kipers big board and made it your own. your just mel kipers whatever

Getting a high school graduation class wrong and then you pointing it out makes me neither embarrassed or your whatever.

Now go get me a glass of water. since mel kiper is my whatever and your his whatever you can get me a glass of water.

lolzzz, we're finished here, thanks though, it's been fun.

bce
07-07-2010, 08:36 PM
thats what i figured

prock
07-08-2010, 02:22 AM
What proof that he is rehashing Mel Kiper's board? Where is that proof? You saying it? What is the proof that JFLO actually watches all the prospects and makes decisions for himself, and him having maybe a few similar rankings as the everyone else means everyone else is right and you are wrong? What is your proof that you aren't drawing names on your big board out of a hat when you rank?

TACKLE
07-08-2010, 02:29 AM
What proof that he is rehashing Mel Kiper's board? Where is that proof? You saying it? What is the proof that JFLO actually watches all the prospects and makes decisions for himself, and him having maybe a few similar rankings as the everyone else means everyone else is right and you are wrong? What is your proof that you aren't drawing names on your big board out of a hat when you rank?

The same place it always is....in the pudding.

prock
07-08-2010, 02:32 AM
The same place it always is....in the pudding.

Whenever I eat pudding I never can manage to find said proof... It must be just hiding really well.

djp
07-08-2010, 02:36 AM
Top 10 for me really really quick

1 Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
2 AJ Green, WR, UGA
3 Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama
4 Jake Locker, QB, Washington
5 Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin
6 Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas
7 Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
8 Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
9 Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska
10 Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa

TACKLE
07-08-2010, 02:39 AM
Hightower at 3? Interesting.

djp
07-08-2010, 02:44 AM
Hightower at 3? Interesting.

I liked McClain a lot, but Hightower was the best player on that defense before he got hurt. I think he's a better prospect, and really hope he can come back at the same level and continue to get better this season.

TACKLE
07-08-2010, 02:45 AM
I liked McClain a lot, but Hightower was the best player on that defense before he got hurt. I think he's a better prospect, and really hope he can come back at the same level and continue to get better this season.

I'm a big Hightower fan and have him ranked at #8 or #9 on my board. I was just surprised to see him in the top 3.

djp
07-08-2010, 02:48 AM
I'm a big Hightower fan and have him ranked at #8 or #9 on my board. I was just surprised to see him in the top 3.

Yeah, it's not like he's going to go top 3 or anything. Just a big board. It's probably a little high, but he was on my radar big time last year pre injury.

TACKLE
07-08-2010, 02:50 AM
Yeah, it's not like he's going to go top 3 or anything. Just a big board. It's probably a little high, but he was on my radar big time last year pre injury.

I am really intrigued by his upside as a possible 3-4 OLB. Saban uses him quite often in that role in passing situations and in nickel and Hightower really thrived coming off the edge. He has ideal size to go with great power and explosiveness. I don't know if NFL teams will look at him as an OLB but I'd love to see him get a chance there.

LizardState
07-08-2010, 05:38 PM
Ever notice there are no obvious standouts for the crucial OLT spot in the very early preseason next yr's draft lists? I believe D'Brickashaw Ferguson was the last can't-miss, lead pipe cinch sure thing OT I saw regaled as such in early listing & he was awhile back. Jake Long & Joe Thomas both garnered early buzz & preseason 1st team AA lists but didn't draw the scouts' superlative descriptions like The Brick did.

Is it Anthony Castonzo (6-7, 295) in 2011? Is he the real deal at OLT or plain generic OT who can play either spot or be counted on to protect an either right- or left-handed QB's blind side? Is Costonzo the product of the immaculate reputation of Boston College interior linemen, especially Italo-American BC O-Linemen (a la Marc Columbo)?

Here's what Phil Steele's mag says, he's ranked as the #1 OT:

1st "true" frosh to start on the BC OL since '97, started every game of his BC career including 14 starts at RT, 28 starts in 2 yrs. ('08-09) at LT for 41 total starts.....

From nfldraftbible.com:
At 6’7” Castonzo is blessed with ideal length and a perfect frame for an NFL tackle. He has the ability to dominate against both the run and the pass thanks to his athletic prowess. The Illinois native possesses the agility to get to the second level of the defense to make blocks on linebackers, with the footwork and lateral quickness to handle speed pass rushers coming off the edge. Castonzo is “only” 295 pounds, a bit light in the pants for a man of size—he will need to bulk up and get stronger to be dominant at the next level. The all-ACC performer is among the most experienced and durable players in all of college football regardless of position, with 41 starts already under his belt, including 27 straight at left tackle. If Castonzo continues to improve as a senior the BC product has a chance to be the top tackle in the 2011 NFL Draft and is a potential top-10 selection.

A "bit light in the pants," love the euphemism, lol.

Or is it Reynolds from BYU? He also comes from a program noted for producing OL who excel in pass protection b/c of their freewheeling, throw on every down offense.

TACKLE
07-08-2010, 05:50 PM
Castonzo is clearly the top guy at this point. I've really come around on him lately and the more I watch, the more impressed I am. He doesn't have quite the physical upside that guys like D'Brickashaw and Joe Thomas had but he's certainly has the physical tools to warrant a top 10-15 selection. He is the best O-Line prospect ever to come out of BC. Like all BC lineman, he's a tough, smart technician. He possess the natural ability to be a LT and is the most well rounded OT in this draft.

Or is it Reynolds from BYU? He also comes from a program noted for producing OL who excel in pass protection b/c of their freewheeling, throw on every down offense.

Matt Reynolds may play in a pass heavy offense, but that does not make him a good pass protector. If you watched the game against TCU he got abused all game by Wayne Daniels. People see great size in a pass heavy offense together but in reality he definitely does not have the feet to play LT. Some people have him as their top guy but I just don't see it. I'm not sure he'd make my Top 5 OT's at this point.