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princefielder28
01-17-2011, 08:50 AM
QB

1. Ryan Mallet :: Arkansas*
2. Ricky Stanzi :: Iowa
3. Jake Locker :: Washington
4. Blaine Gabbert :: Missouri*
5. Pat Devlin :: Delaware
6. Andy Dalton :: TCU
7. Cam Newton :: Auburn*
8. Christian Ponder :: Florida State
9. Nathan Enderle :: Idaho
10. Colin Kaepernick :: Nevada
11. Ben Chappell :: Indiana
12. Scott Tolzien :: Wisconsin
13. Tyrod Taylor :: Virginia Tech
14. Greg McElroy :: Alabama
15. TJ Yates :: North Carolina

RB

1. Mikel Leshoure :: Illinois*
2. Mark Ingram :: Alabama*
3. DeMarco Murray :: Oklahoma
4. Taiwan Jones :: Eastern Washington*
5. Shane Vereen :: California*
6. Jordan Todman :: UCONN*
7. Ryan Williams :: Virginia Tech*
8. Bilal Powell :: Louisville
9. Delone Carter :: Syracuse
10. Derrick Locke :: Kentucky
11. Jamie Harper :: Clemson*
12. Quizz Rodgers :: Oregon State*
13. Kendall Hunter :: Oklahoma State
14. Noel Devine :: West Virginia
15. Daniel Thomas :: Kansas State

WR

1. AJ Green :: Georgia*
2. Julio Jones :: Alabama*
3. Jerrel Jernigan :: Troy
4. Torrey Smith :: Maryland*
5. Jonathan Baldwin :: Pittsburgh*
6. Randall Cobb :: Kentucky*
7. Matt Szczur :: Villanova
8. Edmund Gates :: Abilene Christian
9. Titus Young :: Boise State
10. Leonard Hankerson :: Miami(FL)
11. Vincent Brown :: San Diego State
12. Ronald Johnson :: USC
13. Tandon Doss :: Indiana*
14. Greg Salas :: Hawaii*
15. Terrance Toliver :: Louisiana State
16. DeAndre Brown :: Southern Miss*
17. Austin Pettis :: Boise State
18. Greg Little :: North Carolina
19. Jordan White :: Western Michigan
20. Cecil Shorts III :: Mount Union

TE

1. Lance Kendricks :: Wisconsin
2. Kyle Rudolph :: Notre Dame*
3. DJ Williams :: Arkansas
4. Luke Stocker :: Tennessee
5. Lee Smith :: Marshall
6. Mike McNeil :: Nebraska
7. Virgil Green :: Nevada
8. Julius Thomas :: Portland State
9. Charlie Gantt :: Michigan State
10. Rob Housler :: Florida Atlantic

OT

1. Derek Sherrod :: Mississippi State
2. Gabe Carimi :: Wisconsin
3. Tyron Smith :: USC*
4. Anthony Costanzo :: Boston College
5. Nate Solder :: Colorado
6. Danny Watkins :: Baylor
7. Lee Ziemba :: Auburn
8. DeMarcus Love :: Arkansas
9. Derek Newton :: Arkansas State
10. Marcus Gilbert :: Florida
11. Jah Reid :: UCF
12. James Brewer :: Indiana
13. James Carpenter :: Alabama
14. Joseph Barksdale :: Louisiana State
15. Darius Morris :: Temple

OG

1. John Moffitt :: Wisconsin
2. Marcus Cannon :: TCU
3. Mike Pouncey :: Florida
4. Ben Ijalana :: Villanova
5. Orlando Franklin :: Miami (FL)
6. Jason Pinkston :: Pittsburgh
7. Zach Hurd :: UCONN
8. Rodney Hudson :: Florida State
9. Justin Boren :: Ohio State
10. Stephen Schilling :: Michigan
11. Clint Boling :: Georgia
12. Keith Williams :: Nebraska

C

1. Kris O’Dowd :: USC
2. Stefen Wisniewski :: Penn State
3. Alex Linnenkohl :: Oregon State
4. Jake Kirkpatrick :: TCU
5. Brandon Fusco :: Slippery Rock

DE

1. Cameron Jordan :: California
2. Ryan Kerrigan :: Purdue
3. Da’Quan Bowers :: Clemson*
4. JJ Watt :: Wisconsin*
5. Robert Quinn :: North Carolina*
6. Adrian Clayborn :: Iowa
7. Cameron Heyward :: Ohio State
8. Allen Bailey :: Miami(FL)
9. Jeremy Beal :: Oklahoma
10. Christian Ballard :: Iowa
11. Jabaal Sheard :: Pittsburgh
12. Pernell McPhee :: Mississippi State
13. Ricky Elmore :: Arizona
14. Sam Acho :: Texas
15. Cliff Matthews :: South Carolina

DT

1. Nick Fairley :: Auburn*
2. Stephen Paea :: Oregon State
3. Marcell Dareus :: Alabama*
4. Corey Luiget :: Illinois*
5. Drake Nevis :: Louisiana State
6. Muhammad Wilkerson :: Temple*
7. Sione Fua :: Stanford
8. Phil Taylor :: Baylor
9. Jurrell Casey :: USC*
10. Jarvis Jenkins :: Clemson
11. Kendrick Ellis :: Hampton
12. Cedric Thornton :: Southern Arkansas
13. Martin Parker :: Richmond
14. Jerrell Powe :: Mississippi
15. Marvin Austin :: North Carolina

ILB

1. Martez Wilson :: Illinois*
2. Greg Jones :: Michigan State
3. Quan Sturdivant :: North Carolina
4. Kelvin Sheppard :: Louisiana State
5. Colin McCarthy :: Miami(FL)
6. Nate Irving :: North Carolina State
7. Casey Matthews :: Oregon
8. Mario Harvey :: Marshall
9. Josh Bynes :: Auburn
10. Alex Wujciak :: Maryland

OLB

1. Von Miller :: Texas A&M
2. Akeem Ayers :: UCLA*
3. Justin Houston :: Georgia*
4. Lawrence Wilson :: UCONN
5. Aldon Smith :: Missouri*
6. Bruce Carter :: North Carolina
7. Mason Foster :: Washington
8. Dontay Moch :: Nevada
9. Mark Herzlich :: Boston College
10. Chris Carter :: Fresno State
11. KJ Wright :: Mississippi State
12. Doug Houge :: Syracuse
13. Jabara Williams :: Stephen F Austin
14. Brooks Reed :: Arizona
15. Bruce Miller :: Central Florida

CB

1. Patrick Peterson :: Louisiana State*
2. Prince Amukamara :: Nebraska
3. Jimmy Smith :: Colorado
4. Brandon Harris :: Miami(FL)*
5. Aaron Williams :: Texas*
6. Brandon Burton :: Utah*
7. Johnny Patrick :: Louisville
8. Davon House :: New Mexico State
9. Curtis Brown :: Texas
10. Korey Lindsey :: Southern Illinois
11. Ras-I Dowling :: Virginia
12. Brandon Hogan :: West Virginia
13. Rashad Carmichael :: Virginia Tech
14. Justin Rogers :: Richmond
15. Jalil Brown :: Colorado

S

1. Rahim Moore :: UCLA*
2. Quinton Carter :: Oklahoma
3. Jeron Johnson :: Boise State
4. Ahmad Black :: Florida
5. DeAndre McDaniel :: Clemson
6. Tyler Sash :: Iowa*
7. Jaiquawn Jarrett :: Temple
8. Jerrad Tarrant :: Georgia Tech*
9. Deunta Williams :: North Carolina
10. Eugene Clifford :: Tennessee State
11. Chris Conte :: California
12. Nate Williams :: Washington
13. Robert Sands :: West Virginia*
14. Shiloh Keo :: Idaho
15. Marcus Gilchrist :: Clemson

Top 25

1. Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn
2. AJ Green, WR, Georgia
3. Patrick Peterson, CB, Louisiana State
4. Cameron Jordan, DE, California
5. Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State
6. Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue
7. Marcell Dareus, DL, Alabama
8. Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska
9. Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State
10. Da’Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson
11. JJ Watt, DE, Wisconsin
12. Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado
13. Ryan Mallet, QB, Arkansas
14. Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin
15. Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M
16. Tyron Smith, OT, USC
17. Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
18. Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA
19. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
20. Justin Houston, OLB, Georgia
21. Mikel LeShoure, RB, Illinois
22. Brandon Harris, CB, Miami(FL)
23. Corey Luiget, DT, Illinois
24. Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy
25. Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama

Day One Pick
01-17-2011, 09:10 AM
I really don't get the QB ratings at all, and really don't get Da’Quan Bowers all the way at #10 or Stephen Paea all the way at #5.

PTPaQ
01-17-2011, 09:14 AM
Good work, nice to see Korey Lindsey getting some recognition he is an interesting prospect, same thing with Edmund Gates. Also good to see someone putting Sherrod at the top tackle spot. I see a lot of rankings with him as the 3rd or 4th OT which I'm not so sure about.

Kenny Tate not in your top 15 safeties huh?

Thx for the read.

princefielder28
01-17-2011, 10:10 AM
I really don't get the QB ratings at all, and really don't get Da’Quan Bowers all the way at #10 or Stephen Paea all the way at #5.

QB Ratings

1. Ryan Mallet :: He's got the size, arm, and has shown good accuracy while playing in the speed of the SEC. His footwork needs quite a bit of work but given his size it's not impossible to fix. The mental part is the biggest question mark I have with him and the part that makes my #1 ranking on him so hesitant.

2. Ricky Stanzi :: A quarterback who is good at everything but great at nothing. A smart, experienced kid who is probably most ready to contribute if asked to. Upside isn't the greatest either but he could be slightly better than a game manager, in the mold of a Matt Ryan.

3. Jake Locker :: His senior year at UW didn't go like he planned but he's still got some skills to work with and the talent around him was always a question mark. Accuracy has always been an issue for him but he also has the mobility that very few offer at the position.

4. Blaine Gabbert :: The flavor the week when it comes to the overhype train. The skills are there, no doubt, but he has no pocket presence and plenty of work needs to be done on his game to get him to a playable level.

Bowers had a very impressive year at Clemson but I think it's a case where Kerrigan and Jordan are better players, not necessarily on a knock on Bowers.

shylo3716
01-17-2011, 10:37 AM
You are the first person I've seen put Tyrod Taylor in the QB rankings.

armageddon
01-17-2011, 11:41 AM
Where's Aldon Smith ?

princefielder28
01-17-2011, 12:01 PM
Where's Aldon Smith ?

OLB

1. Von Miller :: Texas A&M
2. Akeem Ayers :: UCLA*
3. Justin Houston :: Georgia*
4. Lawrence Wilson :: UCONN
5. Aldon Smith :: Missouri*

armageddon
01-17-2011, 01:40 PM
OLB

1. Von Miller :: Texas A&M
2. Akeem Ayers :: UCLA*
3. Justin Houston :: Georgia*
4. Lawrence Wilson :: UCONN
5. Aldon Smith :: Missouri*


ahh, thanks.

TACKLE
01-17-2011, 02:02 PM
Nice work Prince. You're rankings are always a bit different which I can appreciate because I know you put the time in watching these guys.

Also, I love the Taiwan Jones love. I got to watch him a bit throughout the FBS playoffs and on some highlight videos. The guy has an unreal burst and athleticism. We've seen plenty of quality RB's come out of non-FCS/Division 1-A (though EWU could beat several FBS teams) so it that big of a concern. This guy can be a dynamic back in a RBC.

49erNation85
01-17-2011, 06:18 PM
just wow at the QB rankings .

JaxJag_1
01-17-2011, 06:31 PM
Ryan Mallett number 1? No sirry bob.

umphrey
01-17-2011, 07:07 PM
QB

1. Ryan Mallet :: Arkansas*
2. Ricky Stanzi :: Iowa
3. Jake Locker :: Washington
4. Blaine Gabbert :: Missouri*
5. Pat Devlin :: Delaware
6. Andy Dalton :: TCU
7. Cam Newton :: Auburn*
8. Christian Ponder :: Florida State
9. Nathan Enderle :: Idaho
10. Colin Kaepernick :: Nevada
11. Ben Chappell :: Indiana
12. Scott Tolzien :: Wisconsin
13. Tyrod Taylor :: Virginia Tech
14. Greg McElroy :: Alabama
15. TJ Yates :: North Carolina

I really like these. Mallett will translate very well into an NFL offense. He has limitted upside, not the usual lack of height or arm strength, but the fact that you have to pass block really well because he's slow as hell and doesn't do anything well when he has to move. I thought Stanzi was high initially, but I'd take him over Gabbert, and after that there is a drop off. I like Dalton over Devlin, but it's close and that's nit picking. It's refreshing to see Cam Newton in a reasonable ranking spot where I think he should be instead of 1 of 2 opinions, all over his nuts or wouldn't even draft him. Ponder at 8 is good too, he's been overrated where I've seen him at 4 or 5, but he's a gamble I might take and should be good value as long as no one reaches.
QB
OT

1. Derek Sherrod :: Mississippi State
2. Gabe Carimi :: Wisconsin
3. Tyron Smith :: USC*
4. Anthony Costanzo :: Boston College
5. Nate Solder :: Colorado
6. Danny Watkins :: Baylor
7. Lee Ziemba :: Auburn
8. DeMarcus Love :: Arkansas
9. Derek Newton :: Arkansas State
10. Marcus Gilbert :: Florida
11. Jah Reid :: UCF
12. James Brewer :: Indiana
13. James Carpenter :: Alabama
14. Joseph Barksdale :: Louisiana State
15. Darius Morris :: Temple

I quoted these because I like them too. 1-5 is perfect. I love Carimi the beast but he's got some limitations and questions in areas that, if valid, aren't correctable. I don't think it will be an issue but I'm not sure, and that's why I drop him 1 slot. On second thought, I might move Tyron Smith down a few. He projects to LT but played RT and needs to change his playing weight quite a bit. Lots of changes, lots of chance for failure. Costanzo hasn't impressed me and when I see him at 1 or 2 I wonder what player those people are watching ... but it's a weak class so 4 is good. I like Solder a lot but as a RT he's a second class prospect. Don't know much about Watkins so I'll skip him, and Ziemba would be my next choice.
QB
DE

1. Cameron Jordan :: California
2. Ryan Kerrigan :: Purdue
3. Da’Quan Bowers :: Clemson*
4. JJ Watt :: Wisconsin*
5. Robert Quinn :: North Carolina*
6. Adrian Clayborn :: Iowa
7. Cameron Heyward :: Ohio State
8. Allen Bailey :: Miami(FL)
9. Jeremy Beal :: Oklahoma
10. Christian Ballard :: Iowa
11. Jabaal Sheard :: Pittsburgh
12. Pernell McPhee :: Mississippi State
13. Ricky Elmore :: Arizona
14. Sam Acho :: Texas
15. Cliff Matthews :: South Carolina


I quoted these because I don't like them. I thought I was a Ryan Kerrigan fan, but give me Bowers or Watt instead every time. Maybe Quinn. Besides that I like the spot you put Quinn in. Clayborn and Heyward are in good spots. I was thinking about them a lot the other day, where they fit. Both 3-4 players. If I'm the Packers, I take Clayborn if I'm drafting the left side but Heyward for the right where Jenkins plays. Similiar with the Steelers, if I was going to replace Smith I'd take Clayborn, on the other side Heyward. Dallas, Heyward either side. Hybrid defense or any defense that moves around lineman, has formations with 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 down lineman would want Heyward, especially teams like Baltimore who play a 3-4/4-3 hybrid or Cleveland that will use 1 down lineman and 6 guys in a 2 point stance once in awhile.

DBNYDP
01-17-2011, 08:22 PM
Someone else who thinks Ricki Stanzi will be more successful than certain QBs who will not be named in this draft!

JaxJag_1
01-17-2011, 08:42 PM
Taiwan Jones is a stud

descendency
01-17-2011, 08:46 PM
I love the originality, even if I don't agree with most of it.

OzTitan
01-17-2011, 10:31 PM
I'd be shocked if draft boards didn't end up with vastly different QB rankings from team to team, so I don't think Mallet @ 1 is that big a shock.