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    1.LaMarcus Coker, RB Hampton- Will probably run a mid 4.3 at 5'11 205. If he was stll at Tennessee where he rushed for close to 700 yards as a freshmen he would be a first round pick.

    2. Perrish Cox, CB Oklahoma St.- all he has done is held Jordan Shipley and A.J. Green to under 70 yards while also being one of the best returners in college. What if he had florida d-line helping him??

    3. Carlos Brown, RB Michigan- Never produced like he should've at UM but he still has talent with his size and speed. Could be a steal like James Davis was last year.

    4. James Starks, RB Buffalo- A poor mans AP? With his size 6'2 218lbs and I believe mid 4.4 speed. Really has been forgotten bc he missed senior year.

    5. Rafael Priest CB TCU- He has been the lockdown corner for one of the nations best defenses. Has great man skills with sub 4.4 speed, only lacking size at 5'10 185.

  • #2
    James Starks FTW.

    BK

    Originally posted by AcheTen
    JPP is a better and more productive player than Brandon Graham
    Originally posted by abaddon41_80
    Is Shaun Hill a top 10 QB? Definitely not. Is he a top 20 one? Almost certainly.
    Originally posted by JBCX
    Most misleading 10+ sack season EVER.

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    • #3
      Coker definitely has the talent but the several drug test he's failed will hurt him on draft day. A team may take a chance on him late in the 7th but that's the highest I could see him.
      The Denver Broncos Select...



      ...Hopefully

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      • #4
        Donovan Warren - Really like this CB prospect.

        Vince Oghobaase - Mediocre senior year has many people forgetting he's going to be a really good pro.

        Kam Chancellor - Same as Oghobaase. Awesome size.

        John Jerry - Big, big SEC road grader on the OL.

        Eric Olsen - Solid OL from ND.

        Colin Peek - Like John Phillips or Kevin Boss he'll be a solid late, late TE pickup.

        Anthony McCoy - IMO the best TE propsect in this draft.

        Antonio Coleman - Like Oghobaase and Chancellor, got his hype as an underclassmen and since has been forgotten for shinier, newer, younger toys.

        Ben Tate - Reminds me alot of Thomas Jones.

        Keiland Williams - Fresh legged RB with size, power, and speed. Will be a steal.

        Priest is a really good call.

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        • #5
          Ben Tate RB Auburn - I'm not sold on him being a starter at the next level but a consistent contributor nonetheless.

          Keith Toston RB Oklahoma State - Based more on potential, but he has the ability to be a great back at the next level.

          Jon Asamoah OG Illinois - Iupati has a better future ahead of him (from a prospective standpoint) but Asamoah has the ability to pull and lock down his opponent very well. A definite starter at the next level.

          Mike Neal DT Purdue - Very versatile and tenacious, will be a steal to whichever team selects him.

          Daryl Washington ILB Texas Christian - Has the ability of a 1st round pick but won't be selected due to lack of exposure.

          Nolan Carrol CB Maryland - Lacks the preferred mental aspect of the game but if coached well, he can be an excellent corner at the next level, Pro-Bowl type.

          Those are just seniors...

          BoneKruser with the DOPE sig

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Rosebud View Post
            James Starks FTW.


            Naaman for the ultimate win however



            <+fenikz> "**** the Police, ride my fischstache bitches"

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            • #7
              Brandon Minor is the michigan RB to watch. He is a great talent but is made of glass. If he can stay healthy, he can be a starter in the nfl. Carlos Brown has speed and that is about it.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by goblue8888 View Post
                Brandon Minor is the michigan RB to watch. He is a great talent but is made of glass. If he can stay healthy, he can be a starter in the nfl. Carlos Brown has speed and that is about it.
                I thought Carlos Brown improved alot this year in his limited time he played. Although he never played To the level he should've. He averaged almost 6 yards a carry. He also has pretty good size to go along with that speed, I could see him at 215lbs and keep his speed. Will do great at the combine.

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                • #9
                  Ben Tate- There's two guys that could be extremely productive backs after round one this year. Tate is one of them. Really good, balanced back.

                  Montario Hardesty- The other back who I think could be extremely productive in the NFL after the first round. Again, even balance between speed and power, runs hard all the time, and is capable of really getting pumped carries.

                  Anthony McCoy- He was stuck behind a few people early in his career, but 20 yards a catch as a Pac 10 tight end is nothing to sneeze at. He's got a good size/athleticism combo going for him too. Blocks pretty well.

                  Ed Dickson- Possibly my favorite tight end prospect in the draft. Big, natural receiver with good speed. Doesn't always block well, but he's a potential starter for his receiving abilities.

                  Riley Cooper- Had the speed to get behind SEC defenses and has really good size at 6'3 215. His hands don't always wow me, but he still has a lot of upside. Reminds me of Sam Aiken a lot from a physical perspective.

                  Vladimir Ducasse- I think he has enough athleticism to stick as a RT in the NFL. I've seen quite a bit of him recently. Absolute mauler in the run game. Early second round talent.

                  Brandon Deaderick- Potential rotational player, maybe a starter, in a 3-4 defense. Not a guy who will wow you, but he's effective at stuffing the run and has the size and skillset to play 3-4 DE.

                  Arthur Jones- Perhaps the most criminally underrated player in the draft. He battled through injuries this year, but last year he was easily one of the top defensive tackles in his class. He's really good at getting into the backfield. First round talent, in my opinion.

                  R.I.P. Junior Seau

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Mr.KnowItAll View Post
                    I thought Carlos Brown improved alot this year in his limited time he played. Although he never played To the level he should've. He averaged almost 6 yards a carry. He also has pretty good size to go along with that speed, I could see him at 215lbs and keep his speed. Will do great at the combine.
                    I thought he had a lot of minor injuries to deal with and they just really never healed. I really thought he was going to be the standout RB the Wolverines used this year to make up for the young QBs.

                    I could really see him as a very good change of pace back at the next level.


                    Brandon Minor was injury prone as well and didn't live up to the hype that was expected out of him this year. We really could've used that bruising downhill running style out of him all year. If Brown and Minor stayed healthy the entire year, I think they'd be gearing up for a bowl game right now.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ElectricEye View Post
                      Arthur Jones- Perhaps the most criminally underrated player in the draft. He battled through injuries this year, but last year he was easily one of the top defensive tackles in his class. He's really good at getting into the backfield. First round talent, in my opinion.
                      Most had Jones as a first rounder before his injury and many still do.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Todd Bertuzzi View Post
                        Most had Jones as a first rounder before his injury and many still do.
                        Haven't seen him there lately, and even still, he doesn't get the attention his talent demands. He played like a top fifteen player last year, not a fringe first rounder like most have him.

                        R.I.P. Junior Seau

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                        • #13
                          I feel the same way you feel about Jones about Brian Price.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Todd Bertuzzi View Post
                            I feel the same way you feel about Jones about Brian Price.
                            I feel the same way about Brian Price too. I was just going on Seniors. If we include underclassmen, Price is underrated and under the radar more so than Arthur Jones even.

                            R.I.P. Junior Seau

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                            • #15
                              Namaan and Starks! Buffalo FTW!

                              sig by BoneKrusher

                              Originally posted by Lions WMD
                              None of you will be alive to see who gets picked at #3 if the Lions don't pick Suh at #2. I'll blow up the whole world.

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