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  • My 2008 rankings

    I'm pretty bored and I wanted to do a mock draft but this early in the year they all seem to look the same so to ease my boredom I'm going to post my positional rankings. Feel free to comment and provide CONSTRUCTIVE criticism.

    Quarterbacks
    1. Brian Brohm Louisville
    2. Matt Ryan Boston College
    3. Andre Woodson Kentucky
    4. Colt Brennan Hawaii
    5. Erik Ainge Tennessee
    6. Sam Keller Nebraska
    7. John David Booty USC
    8. Chad Henne Michigan
    9. Kyle Wright Miami (even though he lost the starting spot i still think he has some NFL potential)
    10. Paul Smith Tulsa

    Running Backs
    1. Darren McFadden Arkansas
    2. Steve Slaton West Virginia
    3. Felix Jones Arkansas
    4. Jonathan Stewart Oregon
    5. Tashard Choice Georgia Tech
    6. Ray Rice Rutgers
    7. Mike Hart Michigan
    8. Yvenson Bernard Oregon State
    9. Ian Johnson Boise State
    10. Ryan Torain Arizona State

    Fullbacks
    1. Peyton Hillis Arkansas
    2. Owen Schmidt West Virginia
    3. Mike Cox Georgia Tech
    4. Michael Pitre UCLA
    5. Jacob Hester LSU

    Wide Recievers
    1. Desean Jackson California
    2. Limas Sweed Texas
    3. Earl Bennett Vanderbilt
    4. Early Doucet LSU
    5. Harry Douglas Louisville
    6. Adarius Bowman Oklahoma State
    7. Keenan Burton Kentucky
    8. Malcolm Kelly Oklahoma
    9. Marcus Monk Arkansas
    10. William Franklin Missouri

    Tight Ends
    1. Martin Rucker Missouri
    2. Dustin Keller Purdue
    3. Chase Coffman Missouri
    4. Fred Davis USC
    5. John Carlson Notre Dame
    6. Gary Barnridge Louisville
    7. Jacob Tamme Kentucky
    8. Craig Stevens Cal
    9. Kellen Davis Michigan State
    10. Anthony Moeaki Iowa

    Offensive Tackles
    1. Sam Baker USC
    2. Jake Long Michigan
    3. Barry Richardson Clemson
    4. Ryan Clady Boise State
    5. Michael Oher Ole Miss
    6. Tony Hills Texas
    7. Gosder Cherilus Boston College
    8. Chris Williams Vanderbilt
    9. Max Unger Oregon
    10. Pedro Sosa Rutgers

    Offensive Guards
    1. Shannon Tevaga UCLA
    2. Jordan Grimes Purdue
    3. Andrew Crummey Maryland
    4. Will Arnold LSU
    5. Hermann Johnson LSU
    6. Roy Schuenning Oregon State
    7. Drew Radovich USC
    8. Adam Kraus Michigan
    9. Andrew Bain Miami
    10. Bobby Byrd Wash St

    Centers
    1. Jonathan Luigs Arkansas
    2. Steve Justice Wake Forest
    3. Doug Legursky Marshall
    4. John Sullivan Notre Dame
    5. Kory Lichtensteiger Bowling Green

    Defensive Ends
    1. Calais Campbell Miami
    2. Tyson Jackson LSU
    3. Derrick Harvey Florida
    4. Chris Long Virginia
    5. Vernon Gholston Ohio State
    6. Quentin Groves Auburn
    7. Lawrence Jackson USC
    8. Tommy Blake Texas Christian
    9. Bruce Davis UCLA
    10. Chris Ellis Virginia Tech

    Defensive Tackles
    1. Glenn Dorsey LSU
    2. Frank Okam Texas
    3. Dre Moore Maryland
    4. Red Bryant Texas A&M
    5. Sedrick Ellis USC
    6. BJ Raji Boston College
    7. Andre Fluellen Florida State
    8. DeMario Pressley NC State
    9. Marcus Harrison Arkansas
    10. Keilien Dykes West Virginia

    Outside Linebackers
    1. Brian Cushing USC
    2. Dan Connor Penn State
    3. Keith Rivers USC
    4. Xavier Adibi Virginia Tech
    5. Phillip Wheeler Georgia Tech

    Inside Linebackers
    1. James Laurinatis Ohio State
    2. Rey Mauluaga USC
    3. J Leman Illinois
    4. Jasper Brinkley South Carolina
    5. Jonathan Goff Vanderbilt

    Cornerbacks
    1. Malcolm Jenkins Ohio State
    2. Jack Iwakegenu(sp?) Wisconsin
    3. DeJuan Tribble Boston College
    4. Justin King Penn State
    5. Antoine Cason Arizona
    6. Terrell Thomas USC
    7. Mike Jenkins South Florida
    8. Dwight Lowery San Jose State
    9. Aqib Talib Kansas
    10. Zack Bowman Nebraska

    Safeties
    1. Kenny Phillips Miami
    2. Josh Barrett Arizona State
    3. Josh Pinkard USC
    4. Chris Horton UCLA
    5. Tom Zbikowski Notre Dame
    Last edited by SuperKevin; 09-03-2007, 01:48 AM.

  • #2
    I like what I saw out of Ryan physically but he made too many bonehead throws yesterday. I really like him (have him at #3) but until I see his decision making improve I don't get him over Woodson.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by draftguru151 View Post
      I like what I saw out of Ryan physically but he made too many bonehead throws yesterday. I really like him (have him at #3) but until I see his decision making improve I don't get him over Woodson.
      I think Ryan and Woodson is really close and I just prefer the pocket presence of Matt Ryan to the athleticism of Andre Woodson. it's essentially a coin flip however

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      • #4
        I dig the TE ratings. Coffman and Rucker both looked great yesterday. Rucker had around 10 catches.


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        • #5
          ryan torain needs to be higher

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          • #6
            Originally posted by asu2100 View Post
            ryan torain needs to be higher
            I feel he's fairly one dimensional as a runner and is strictly a power back. I'd like to see him add some elusiveness and become a more complete runner before I put him ahead of some of these other guys

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            • #7
              Added offense and defense. Special teams don't really matter
              Last edited by SuperKevin; 09-03-2007, 01:48 AM.

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              • #8
                Quarterbacks
                Ryan is awfully high for me. Wright I don't think deserves to be in the top 10. Great physical tools, not so much mentally. I can live with your others, considering how bad Henne was.

                Running Backs
                We all know I'm a huge Hart guy, so he's a little low for me. Then again, he doesn't project well with his size/speed ratio, but he does all the little things well and he's very shifty. #3 is surprising for Jones, but I can live with it. I was really impressed with Tashard Choice though

                Fullbacks
                Good job. 1 and 2 are interchangeable IMO.

                Wide Recievers
                Not a big Manningham fan I assume? I'd take Bennett, Doucet, Manningham and Bowman before Sweed. Looks good though

                Tight Ends
                You have Carlson very low. Can you explain why? Not saying it's bad, I have him higher I'm just curious as to what your reasoning is. And where is Martellus Bennett?

                Offensive Tackles
                Baker and Long are in a dead heat, so that's fine. Rest looks good.

                Offensive Guards
                Good job

                Centers
                Good job

                Defensive Ends
                This is one sick DE class. I'd put Harvey, Gholston and L.Jackson ahead of T. Jackson, but it's pretty good.

                Defensive Tackles
                No love for Terrance Taylor? Fili Moala from USC should crack your list as well. Dorsey is a MAN! He's excellent

                Outside Linebackers

                Cushing at #1 surprised me, because I don't think he's as good as his own teammate. Connor is at MLB this year, but he can play either. Wheeler is dirty too, I like him a lot. I like this OLB class.

                Inside Linebackers
                I can't have James L. at #1, and it's not because he's a Buckeye. He gets blown off the ball too easily. I'd probably put him at 5th on that list. Maualuga is probably the best blitzing LB besides Cushing this year and Leman is very underappreciated. You could put Connor at ILB too.

                Cornerbacks
                1 and 2 are interchangeable for me. Ikegwuonu is probably the most physical corner in the country and I like him a lot. Jenkins is terrific too. King just eliminates his half of the field, but he needs better ball skills. Where's Johnny Sears on that list? ;) just kidding


                Safeties
                Zbikowski needs a big year to crack the top 5. He had a very poor year last year and needs a big bounce back.

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                • #9
                  I think John Carlson deserves to be better then 5th. He was the only bright spot last game against G Tech. I kind of feel bad that he has to go through with this season with the QB situation they are in.
                  Originally posted by nvot9
                  I'm going to personally PM you when the Mets win the NL East and the Phillies don't even make the playoffs.

                  Phillies 2007 NL East Champions & Back to Back MVP Award Winners.
                  Indianapolis Colts 13-3
                  Philadelphia Flyers 19-14-4 = 42 points
                  Philadelphia 76ers 14-18
                  Coach Bob Huggins 10-2

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                  • #10
                    Quarterbacks
                    1. Brian Brohm Louisville
                    2. Matt Ryan Boston College
                    3. Andre Woodson Kentucky
                    4. Colt Brennan Hawaii
                    5. Erik Ainge Tennessee
                    6. Sam Keller Nebraska
                    7. John David Booty USC
                    8. Chad Henne Michigan
                    9. Kyle Wright Miami (even though he lost the starting spot i still think he has some NFL potential)
                    10. Paul Smith Tulsa
                    Out of curiousity, did you make this list after the Appalachian catastrophe? Seems awfully low for Henne.
                    R.I.P. L.E.F.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Xiomera View Post
                      Out of curiousity, did you make this list after the Appalachian catastrophe? Seems awfully low for Henne.
                      he doesn't like booty either ... no ****.

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                      • #12
                        Matt Ryan seems to be some people's rising star, but I still don't put him ahead of Brohm, Woodson, or Brennan


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                        • #13
                          Jack Ikegwuonu. :p I get good as spelling the names most of the time but I don't think I'm gonna be able to get his all year, he needs a nick name. I couldn't figure out Samardveuntgiunf all year so I just used "the shark" all the time.

                          Not a big fan of the LB rankings. Talib is too low on the CBs IMO. Don't like Pinkard that high (I don't think he's starting) and Hefney not being there.

                          That is correct comahan
                          I ******* LOVE YOU DG
                          <3 dg

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by draftguru151 View Post
                            Jack Ikegwuonu. :p I get good as spelling the names most of the time but I don't think I'm gonna be able to get his all year, he needs a nick name. I couldn't figure out Samardveuntgiunf all year so I just used "the shark" all the time.

                            Not a big fan of the LB rankings. Talib is too low on the CBs IMO. Don't like Pinkard that high (I don't think he's starting) and Hefney not being there.
                            call him Jack "Mike & Ike"


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                            • #15
                              I don't like Henne's mechanics at all

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