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  • The Bow's STUPID-Early 2010 Draft Position Player Rankings!!!

    Well, here are my VERY Preliminary 2010 Draft-Eligible Player Rankings by Position:


    Quarterbacks:

    1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
    2. Jevan Snead, Mississippi
    3. Colt McCoy, Texas
    4. Tim Tebow, Florida
    5. Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
    6. Tony Pike, Cincinnati
    7. Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
    8. Jake Locker, Washington
    9. Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic
    10. Tim Hiller, Western Michigan

    Running Backs:

    1. LaGarrette Blount, Oregon
    2. C.J. Spiller, Clemson
    3. Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech
    4. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma
    5. Jahvid Best, California
    6. Stafon Johnson, Souther California
    7. Joe McKnight, Southern California
    8. Evan Royster, Penn State
    9. Chris Brown, Oklahoma
    10. Charles Scott, Louisiana State

    Fullbacks:

    1. Stanley Havili, Southern California
    2. Richard Dickson, Louisiana State
    3. Matt Clapp, Oklahoma
    4. Cory Jackson, Maryland
    5. Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh
    6. Bobby McClintock, Portland State
    7. William Rose, Florida Atlantic
    8. Rashawn Jackson, Virginia
    9. Bobby Rome, North Carolina
    10. Patrick DiMarco, South Carolina

    Wide Receivers:

    1. Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
    2. Damaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech
    3. Arrelious Benn, Illinois
    4. Damian Williams, Southern California
    5. Brandon LaFell, Louisiana State
    6. Marshawn Gilyard, Cincinnati
    7. Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas
    8. Greg Matthews, Michigan
    9. Jacoby Ford, Clemson
    10. Eric Decker, Minnesota

    Tight Ends:

    1. Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma
    2. Rob Gronkowski, Arizona
    3. Aaron Hernandez, Florida
    4. Dennis Pitta, Brigham Young
    5. Ed Dickson, Oregon
    6. Anthony McCoy, Southern California
    7. Nate Byham, Pittsburgh
    8. Garrett Graham, Wisconsin
    9. Weslye Saunders, South Carolina
    10. Andrew Quarless, Penn State

    Offensive Tackles:

    1. Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
    2. Trent Williams, Oklahoma
    3. Ciron Black, Louisiana State
    4. Bryan Bulaga, Iowa
    5. Trinton Sturdivant, Georgia
    6. Adam Ulatoski, Texas
    7. Sam Young, Notre Dame
    8. Anthony Davis, Rutgers
    9. Lee Ziemba, Auburn
    10. Jason Fox, Miami (Fla.)

    Offensive Guards:

    1. Sergio Render, Virginia Tech
    2. John Jerry, Mississippi
    3. Michael Pouncey, Florida
    4. Rodney Hudson, Florida State
    5. Jim Cordle, Ohio State
    6. Mike Johnson, Alabama
    7. Brandon Carter, Texas Tech
    8. Dan Doering, Iowa
    9. Orlando Franklin, Miami (Fla.)
    10. Eric Olsen, Notre Dame

    Offensive Centers:

    1. Kristofer O'Dowd, Southern California
    2. Maurkice Pouncey, Florida
    3. Josh McNeil, Tennessee
    4. Thomas Austin, Clemson
    5. John Estes, Hawaii
    6. Chris Hall, Texas
    7. Ryan McMahon, Florida State
    8. Matt Tennant, Boston College
    9. Eric Cook, New Mexico
    10. Daniel Wenger, Notre Dame

    Defensive Ends:

    1. Carlos Dunlap, Florida
    2. Greg Hardy, Mississippi
    3. Everson Griffen, Southern California
    4. George Selvie, South Florida
    5. Brandon Graham, Michigan
    6. Jerry Hughes, Texas Christian
    7. Greg Romeus, Pittsburgh
    8. Brandon Lang, Troy
    9. Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma
    10. Ricky Sapp, Clemson

    Defensive Tackles:

    1. Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma
    2. Terrence Cody, Alabama
    3. Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska
    4. Geno Atkins, Georgia
    5. Vince Oghobaase, Duke
    6. Allen Bailey, Miami (Fla.)
    7. Marvin Austin, North Carolina
    8. DeMarcus Granger, Oklahoma
    9. Al Woods, Louisiana State
    10. Jeff Owens, Georgia

    Outside Linebackers:

    1. Sergio Kindle, Texas
    2. Mark Herzlich, Boston College
    3. Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri
    4. Martez Wilson, Illinois
    5. Eric Norwood, South Carolina
    6. Rico McCoy, Tennessee
    7. Rennie Curran, Georgia
    8. Navarro Bowman, Penn State
    9. Travis Lewis, Oklahoma
    10. Stevenson Sylvestre, Utah

    Inside Linebackers:

    1. Rolando McClain, Alabama
    2. Brandon Spikes, Florida
    3. Sean Lee, Penn State
    4. Micah Johnson, Kentucky
    5. Joe Pawalek, Baylor
    6. Obi Ezeh, Michigan
    7. Darryl Sharpton, Miami (Fla.)
    8. Phillip Dillard, Nebraska
    9. Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State
    10. Ryan D'Imperio, Rutgers

    Cornerbacks:

    1. Donovan Warren, Michigan
    2. Patrick Robinson, Florida State
    3. Trevard Lindley, Kentucky
    4. Joe Haden, Florida
    5. Syd'Quan Thompson, California
    6. Javier Arenas, Alabama
    7. Crezdon Butler, Clemson
    8. Kyle Wilson, Boise State
    9. Walter Thurmond, Oregon
    10. Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest

    Safeties:

    1. Eric Berry, Tennessee
    2. Taylor Mays, Southern California
    3. Kam Chancellor, Virginia Tech
    4. Major Wright, Florida
    5. Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech
    6. Myron Rolle, Florida State
    7. Reshad Jones, Georgia
    8. Chad Jones, Louisiana State
    9. Nate Allen, South Florida
    10. Antwine Perez, Maryland


    Needless to say, there is some SERIOUS talent in next year's class! Let the debate begin!!! :)
    Last edited by thebow305; 05-01-2009, 09:37 PM.

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  • #2
    Great work. I have some disagreements with some minor things, but overall it looks good. Just a few of my disagreements: Benn at 3(I'd say 1 or 2 for sure), Charles Scott is a little low, Spikes at 2, Atkins a little high and Granger a little low, and I'd switch up several things at CB, but overall that looks excellent and is probably the best 2010 rankings I have seen yet.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by marshallb View Post
      Great work. I have some disagreements with some minor things, but overall it looks good. Just a few of my disagreements: Benn at 3(I'd say 1 or 2 for sure), Charles Scott is a little low, Spikes at 2, Atkins a little high and Granger a little low, and I'd switch up several things at CB, but overall that looks excellent and is probably the best 2010 rankings I have seen yet.
      Thanks for your input and kind words! :)

      Scott is a little low because he had a down year this past year and I have even heard talk of him moving to fullback some, so I am being cautious with his ranking.

      Atkins may be a little high for some, but I happen to know him personally and if he plays to his potential, he could easily be higher than that. The kid has freakish ability and if the desire is there, he can be a BEAST. Granger is also coming off an injury, which is why I have him so low, other than the fact that this is an absolutely LOADED Defensive Tackle class.

      And as far as Benn goes, I think he's another guy that doesn't always play to his potential. But it's not like I have him dropping out of the Top 5. He's still a Top 3 guy, it's just that I have a greater love for Damaryius Thomas than most. I think Thomas is going to be a MONSTER this year and possibly emerge as the top WR available for the 2010 draft.

      Once again, I appreciate the input. As I said, these are still VERY preliminary and a LOT will change.

      Keep the comments coming though guys!

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      • #4
        I agre with marshall, great job. I would move Navorro up to #4 or 5 on the OLB list but great job nonetheless.

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        • #5
          Where's Arthur Jones????


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          • #6
            WR and Defense in general is absolutely stacked next year. I think Cody is a little high, I figure Suh and Oghobasse will end up higher. If Cody leans down a little and has a monster season, he could end up that high.

            IMO, Travis Lewis should be higher. I'm not sure if he will come out, he is only a (RS) Soph. But if he did come out, I could see him as a definate first round guy, probably even over Witherspoon.

            Also, I personally view Lindley as the top corner, but I don't know much about the others except for Haden and Arenas tbh.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
              Where's Arthur Jones????
              He just missed out. He would probably be #11 or 12 on my DT rankings, but there are just WAY too many talented DT's in next year's class. As it seems right now, these would be more than a dozen gone by the end of the 2nd and he would probably be one of them.

              Of course much will change in a year, but I just felt that there were way too many more talented guys than Jones in the Top 10.

              Based solely on performance, he would have easily made the list over Bailey and Woods, but those guys have much more potential and will be much more attractive come draft time. I am also counting on Owens coming back in 2009 and regaining his previous 1st Round-calibre form.
              Last edited by thebow305; 05-01-2009, 09:42 PM.

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              • #8
                damn is Walter Thurmond that good?

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                • #9
                  I'm a homer, but I'd have Brandon Graham higher. Everson Griffen is very overrated at this point IMO. His size right now is not overly impressive at 6'3" 265 (compared to 6'2" 270 for Graham). Athletically, I don't see much difference there. Griffen really didn't have a fantastic Soph year IMO (Graham's soph seasons was quite a bit better). We'll see this year with Griffen I guess, but right now I think he's being overrated.

                  I kind of think Graham should be ahead of Selvie as well. I think Selvie's living off his 2007 season right now. Personally, I'd have Graham #3, Selvie #4, Greg Romeus #5, and Griffen #6 at this point.



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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ironman4579 View Post
                    I'm a homer, but I'd have Brandon Graham higher. Everson Griffen is very overrated at this point IMO. His size right now is not overly impressive at 6'3" 265 (compared to 6'2" 270 for Graham). Athletically, I don't see much difference there. Griffen really didn't have a fantastic Soph year IMO (Graham's soph seasons was quite a bit better). We'll see this year with Griffen I guess, but right now I think he's being overrated.

                    I kind of think Graham should be ahead of Selvie as well. I think Selvie's living off his 2007 season right now. Personally, I'd have Graham #3, Selvie #4, Greg Romeus #5, and Griffen #6 at this point.
                    Griffen IS being extremely overrated at the moment, but it is for good reason. He has an amazing Size/Speed ratio and looks to be one of the more physically gifted players at USC coming into the 2009-2010 season. He ran a 4.56 coming out of high school at 6'4" 266 lbs and hasn't done anything but become stronger, leaner, and faster since arriving at SC. Most believe this will be a break out year for him and one that will vaunt him into the Top 15 of next year's draft.

                    I do agree though that Graham is VERY talented as well and ranks right up there with Griffen in that category. What also makes Graham so special is his versatility. I think come draft time that could help him out tremendously. Coming out of high school, he ranked as one of the Top ILB prospects. Since, he has moved to DE at Michigan, as you know, and has excelled at the new position. This position-flexibility will make him very intriguing to the 3-4 teams in a year as he looks to be a superior fit inside and outside in that scheme. He reminds me a TON of Jasper Brinkley, the ILB from South Carolina. And obviously the Woodley comparrison is one I see often that seems to fit quite well.
                    Last edited by thebow305; 05-01-2009, 10:15 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ironman4579 View Post
                      I'm a homer, but I'd have Brandon Graham higher. Everson Griffen is very overrated at this point IMO. His size right now is not overly impressive at 6'3" 265 (compared to 6'2" 270 for Graham). Athletically, I don't see much difference there. Griffen really didn't have a fantastic Soph year IMO (Graham's soph seasons was quite a bit better). We'll see this year with Griffen I guess, but right now I think he's being overrated.

                      I kind of think Graham should be ahead of Selvie as well. I think Selvie's living off his 2007 season right now. Personally, I'd have Graham #3, Selvie #4, Greg Romeus #5, and Griffen #6 at this point.
                      Although I agree that Graham has been more productive and has proven more on the field, he is not close to Griffen athletically. Griffen is an absolute freak. I know you have to take high school forties with a skeptical eye but he was clocked at a 4.4 and 265lbs. Just insane.

                      I think Griffen should have a breakout year in 09. Last season, USC ran a lot of 3-4 with Cushing and Matthews on the outside with Rey and Kaluka inside. Everson was not a good fit in that defense. This year, because their personnel, they will be running a lot more 4-3 so Griffen will have more opportunities to rush the passer.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by TACKLE View Post
                        Although I agree that Graham has been more productive and has proven more on the field, he is not close to Griffen athletically. Griffen is an absolute freak. I know you have to take high school forties with a skeptical eye but he was clocked at a 4.4 and 265lbs. Just insane.

                        I think Griffen should have a breakout year in 09. Last season, USC ran a lot of 3-4 with Cushing and Matthews on the outside with Rey and Kaluka inside. Everson was not a good fit in that defense. This year, because their personnel, they will be running a lot more 4-3 so Griffen will have more opportunities to rush the passer.
                        I don't know. In the MSU game I saw him gaining on Javon Ringer in the open field on a long TD run. Not that Ringer is incredibly fast, but it wouldn't surprise me in the least to see Graham run in the high 4.5's or better at some point, whether combine or pro day. I'm not saying that would compete with a 4.4, but I've seen plenty of guys that ran supposed 4.3's in high school then run 4.5+ at the combine.



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                        • #13
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                          • #14
                            Good work. A couple of points though:

                            Al Woods has really done nothing up to this point. If he deserves a spot then Robert Rose and Vidal Hazelton probably do as well. I'd rather have someone like Brian Price or Arthor Jones in the top 10 myself.

                            Likewise Donovan Warren certainly has the physical tools to belong on that list but I'm not sure he deserves to be #1 quite yet. It doesn't look like the strongest year for corners though so who knows.

                            I really think Greg Jones of Michigan State is going to emerge as a first day prospect when all is said and done. Really reminds me of Ernie Sims. Projects as an OLB at the next level.

                            Also the defensive end class looks stacked so I understand if a few top guys didn't get included but I'll still throw out their names:

                            Oklahoma's Auston English: Yep OU has yet another top D-Linemen. English has been productive the last two seasons and when healthy is a beast off the edge.

                            Georgia Tech's Derrick Morgan: Morgan has great size and the intangibles and motor that Michael Johnson lacked. It'll be interesting to see how he performs this year without the rest of his 2008 Yellow Jacket linemates who are all in the NFL.

                            Northwestern's Corey Wootton: He'll have an uphill battle recovering from knee surgery but previously he was a force against the run and the pass.

                            LSU's Rahim Alem: A top prospect out of high school, Alem is starting to live up to the hype. He was a first team All-SEC selection last year.

                            Virginia Tech's Jason Worilds: The next Hokie defensive star, Worilds should improve on his 18.5 TFL and 8 sacks since he notched them while playing through injuries in 2008.

                            Arizona State's Dexter Davis: The most underappreciated end in the country probably projects best as an OLB in the pros. He has racked up more than 10 sacks in each of the past 2 years and had 6 sacks and 10.5 TFL as a freshman.
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                            • #15
                              This list lacks a serious UB presence

                              Starks, Davonte, Naaman are all top 10 talents this year



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