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Early 2010 Offensive Senior Rankings (not too many)

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  • Early 2010 Offensive Senior Rankings (not too many)


    1. Colt McCoy, TEXAS
    2. Tim Tebow, FLORIDA
    3. Rusty Smith, FL. ATLANTIC
    4. Tim Hiller, W. MICHIGAN
    5. Zac Robinson, OKLAHOMA STATE
    6. Dan LeFevour, C. MICHIGAN
    7. Tony Pike, CINCINNATI
    8. Matt Nichols, E. WASHINGTON
    9. Daryll Clark, PENN STATE
    10. Juice Williams, ILLINOIS


    1. CJ Spiller, CLEMSON
    2. LeGarrette Blount, OREGON
    3. Stafon Johnson, USC
    4. Chris Brown, OKLAHOMA
    5. James Starks, BUFFALO
    6. Charles Scott, LOUISIANA STATE
    7. Anthony Dixon, MISSISSIPPI STATE
    8. Mikell Simpson, VIRGINIA
    9. Andre Anderson, TULANE
    10. Ben Tate, AUBURN


    1. Brandon LaFell, LOUISIANA STATE
    2. Marshawn Gilyard, CINCINNATI
    3. Eric Decker, MINNESOTA
    4. Terrell Hudgins, ELON
    5. Naaman Roosevelt, BUFFALO
    6. Bryan Anderson, CENTRAL MICHIGAN
    7. Jacoby Ford, CLEMSON
    8. Jordan Shipley, TEXAS
    9. Emmanuel Sanders, SMU
    10. David Nelson, FLORIDA


    1. Jermaine Gresham, OKLAHOMA
    2. Garrett Graham, WISCONSIN
    3. Dennis Pitta, BRIGHAM YOUNG
    4. Ed Dickson, OREGON
    5. Nate Byham, PITTSBURGH


    1. Russell Okung, OKLAHOMA STATE
    2. Trent Williams, OKLAHOMA
    3. Ciron Black, LOUISIANA STATE
    4. Ed Wang, VIRGINIA TECH
    5. Adam Ulatoski, TEXAS
    6. Sergio Render, VIRGINIA TECH
    7. John Jerry, OLE MISS
    8. Sam Young, NOTRE DAME
    9. Mike Johnson, ALABAMA
    10. Selvish Capers, WEST VIRGINIA


    1. Greg Hardy, OLE MISS
    2. Brandon Graham, MICHIGAN
    3. George Selvie, SOUTH FLORIDA
    4. Eric Norwood, SOUTH CAROLINA
    5. CJ Wilson, EAST CAROLINA
    6. Rahim Alem, LOUISIANA STATE
    7. Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, WASHINGTON
    8. Corey Wootton, NORTHWESTERN
    9. Greg Middleton, INDIANA
    10. Auston English, OKLAHOMA


    1. Ndamukong Suh, NEBRASKA
    2. Vince Oghobaase, DUKE
    3. Arthur Jones, SYRACUSE
    4. Boo Robinson, WAKE FOREST
    5. Terrence Cody, ALABAMA
    6. Geno Atkins, GEORGIA
    7. DeMarcus Granger, OKLAHOMA
    8. Dan Williams, TENNESSEE
    9. Jared Odrick, PENN STATE
    10. D’Anthony Smith, LOUISIANA TECH


    1. Sergio Kindle, TEXAS
    2. Sean Weatherspoon, MISSOURI
    3. Mark Herzlich, BOSTON COLLEGE
    4. Stevenson Sylvester, UTAH
    5. Dexter Davis, ARIZONA STATE
    6. Roddrick Muckelroy, TEXAS
    7. Perry Riley, LOUISIANA STATE
    8. Rico McCoy, TENNESSEE
    9. Reggie Carter, UCLA
    10. Antonio Coleman, AUBURN


    1. Brandon Spikes, FLORIDA
    2. Joe Pawelek, BAYLOR
    3. Sean Lee, PENN STATE
    4. Micah Johnson, KENTUCKY
    5. Ryan D’Imperio, RUTGERS


    1. Trevard Lindley, KENTUCKY
    2. Crezdon Butler, CLEMSON
    3. Javier Arenas, ALABAMA
    4. Kyle Wilson, BOISE STATE
    5. Brandon Brinkley, HOUSTON
    6. Syd’Quan Thompson, CALIFORNIA
    7. Walter Thurmond, OREGON
    8. Alterraun Verner, UCLA
    9. Brandon Ghee, WAKE FOREST
    10. Stephan Virgil, VIRGINIA TECH


    1. Taylor Mays, USC
    2. Myron Lewis, VANDERBILT
    3. Kam Chancellor, VIRGINIA TECH
    4. Justin Woodall, ALABAMA
    5. Myron Rolle, FLORIDA STATE (?)
    Last edited by princefielder28; 05-02-2009, 01:20 PM.

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  • #2
    One of the better groups of senior HBs in a while.
    Credit to BoneKrusher for the Sig
    RIP themaninblack


    • #3
      Max Hall I think should get included on the QB list, guys like Clark and Williams are not as polished as hall.

      As for the RB list, Charles Scott being below Blount I do not see. Blount is a good player, but honestly him being that good, I do not see it. Still has potential I guess however. CJ Gable is better than some of the backs on the list and Damion Fletcher and Keiland Williams maybe as well. Fletcher had some off the field things this year but still a talented player.

      At receiver I do not see how guys like Preston Parker, Greg Matthews, Dexter McCluster are not on the list. And to a lesser extent Danario Alexander, Kerry Meier and Nyan Boateng, all big athletic kids that make plays.

      Anthony McCoy should be included on the tight end list and Graham should not be that high, he has potential but even last year was nothing amazing.

      Then the Offensive line I think should include guys like Zane Beadles, Jason Fox, and Kyle Calloway.


      • #4
        Blount is 10x better than Spiller.

        Sig by Matthew Jones


        • #5
          Brandon Minor is missing from your top 10 RB's.
          I'm a state.


          • #6
            Originally posted by Michigan View Post
            Brandon Minor is missing from your top 10 RB's.
            I know. If he was deserving of mention he would've been included in the rankings. He hasn't been overly productive at Michigan and lacks speed.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Cigaro View Post
              Blount is 10x better than Spiller.
              I do understand the attraction with Spiller, and I think he could have a really good year and vault himself back into the first round conversation, but I have to agree with this.

              Blount figures to make one hell of an NFL prospect, much more so than Spiller.


              • #8
                no U running backs.


                • #9
                  Good list.


                  • #10
                    You put Brandon Minor in your RB rankings and do it now!


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
                      At receiver I do not see how Greg Matthews isn't on the list.
                      Because he's not even a top 5 WR in the Big 10. Hell, on talent alone, he's probably Michigan's third best WR.


                      • #12
                        It'll be like Drew Willy x100 with how excited I'll be over Starks and Naaman. Hiller, too, I've been big on him.


                        • #13
                          Ed Wang is ******* terrible.
                          Originally posted by Scott Wright
                          I honestly believe Reggie Bush has turned into exactly the type of player I envisioned.
                          Originally posted by PossibleCabbage
                          I would like it if there were more successful black Quarterbacks in the NFL...
                          Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                          iamcandian lives in a cabin in the Yukon Territory and writes letters to railroad barons about the price of hard tack.
                          Originally posted by GatorsBullsFan
                          I could possibly see Matthew Stafford Dropping out of the 1st round
                          Originally posted by GoRavens
                          Tahj Boyd has the best fundamentals of any QB in this class, I think his game translates great to the NFL.


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
                            I know. If he was deserving of mention he would've been included in the rankings. He hasn't been overly productive at Michigan and lacks speed.
                            Fair enough on the production issue, but I kind of disagree with the "lacks speed" assertion. While he will never sniff the 4.3 barrier in the 40, Minor is the type of player that is plays faster than he times. He has terrific big-play potential, as evidenced by his nine carries of 20+ yards on just 103 carries, good enough to tie for 6th in the Big 10 (for 20+ yard rushes) with Kory Sheets, who logged 131 more carries than Minor. He also had one 25+ yard receiving play on just five catches. The timed speed isn't elite, but the big-play potential is certainly there.


                            • #15
                              Let's see... Dan LeFevour, Rusty Smith, Zac Robinson, Tim Hiller and Daniel Raudabaugh (my old HS QB) = year of too many QBs I like.

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