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    1) R. Quinn d.e. unc....the gem on the best defense in the nation, quinn is an explosive edge rusher with ideal size and exceptional athelticism....could be a demarcus ware type 3-4 olb.

    2) J. Locker q.b. washington....quite simply a bigger, faster, stronger steve young.

    3) C. Heyward 3-4 d.e. ohio state ...powerful at the point of attack, quick off the snap, attacks the backfield, great motor, great production, vicous hitter...not a ton of upside but he's without a doubt the most complete and cant miss pure 3-4 d.e. prospect ive ever seen.

    4) R. Mallet q.b. arkansas....has jamarcs russsell/jeff george/john elway type arm strength on a 6'7 frame....very nimble for his size...is poised for a HUGE year and a run at the heisman.

    5) P. Peterson c.b. lsu ....tall, intimidating c.b. in the mel blount mold....could move all the way up to #1 with a good 40 time (i'd like to see a low 4.4 to move him up, if he runs a 4.3 then he immediatly goes to #1)...but for now its too hard for me to guess his speed.

    6) A.J. Green w.r. georgia ....great blend of size, speed and production...runs crisp routes and attacks the ball in the air...could be the best w.r. prospect since calvin johnson...crabtrees a beast too thou.

    7) M. Dareus 3-4 d.e. alabama....not quite the complete package that heyward is but dareus has more upside and has a better chance of moving inside to d.t. as well.

    8) M. Ingram r.b. alabama...extremely passionate r.b. runs with a noted mean streak and never comes down on first contact....complete and ultra productive r.b. that has the size, speed, balance, vision and hands to make an immediate impact in the nfl....reminds me of a bigger ray rice but with a noted mean streak.

    9) A. Luck q.b. stanford....ideal size, great production, rocket arm and leadership makes luck a franchise caliber q.b.

    10) J. Jones w.r. alabama ....ideal size mixed with tremednous atheleticism perhaps gives jones the most upside in the entire draft....will fly up draft boards with a productive year.

  • #2
    I personally don't think Luck is going to come out short of him having a ridiculous season, but if he does, this looks like a 2004 kind of QB situation with 3 franchise caliber guys available.

    Somehow I think Buffalo might still miss out on all 3 and end up with someone like Ponder...and I will laugh at them as they enter another decade of futility.

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    • #3
      I have to agree with BeerBaron here. I don't think Luck will come out next year, regardless. At this point my top ten looks like:

      1. AJ Green, WR, Georgia
      Randy Moss without the speed. I expect something in between 4.4 and 4.45 from him, but as we've all seen he has plenty of game speed. Amazingly talented player.

      2. Robert Quinn, DE, UNC
      Easily the best defensive player in the country.

      3. Ryan Mallet, QB, Arkansas
      I have Mallet above Locker at this point. The tools, the talent, it's all there. I think he's going to have a huge year and come out as the number one QB.

      4. Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
      A bit hyped at the moment, but it's not even close right know. He's the best CB eligible for next years draft right now. Watch out for Aaron Williams though.

      5. Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
      If he stays healthy he might be the number one receiver when the season is over.

      6. Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State
      Probably a bit overrated right now, but still a great talent at a very valuable position.

      7. Jake Locker, QB, Washington
      Not that high on Locker right now, I'll have to watch a few more games before I move him up my big board.

      8. Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa
      Pure 4-3 DE imo, but could turn out to be an elite NFL pass rusher in that system. Great size and excellent motor.

      9. Greg Romeus, DE, Pitt
      I probably like him more than most people do, but I stand by my conviction. Romeus looks poised for a monster year and being drafted in the top ten possibly.

      10. Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pitt
      Compares to Andre Johnson imo, which should lead to: "Nuff said."

      Just missed out:
      Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State
      Aaron Williams, CB, Texas
      Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M
      Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
      Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech
      Marcel Dareus, DE, Alabama

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Razor View Post
        Just missed out:
        Aaron Williams, CB, Texas
        You think so?

        1. Jake Locker, QB, Washington
        2. Julio Jones, WR, Alabama
        3. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
        4. Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
        5. AJ Green, WR, Georgia
        6. Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas
        7. Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
        8. Cameron Heyward, DE/DT, Ohio State
        9. Jonathan Baldwin, WR Pittsburgh
        10. Greg Romeus, DE Pittsburgh

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        • #5
          This is my current Top 10 and I'll be coming out with my initial Top 100 sometime within the next two weeks...tons of analysis, so look out for that.

          1. Robert Quinn // Defensive End // North Carolina*
          2. Jake Locker // Quarterback // Washington
          3. A.J. Green // Wide Receiver // Georgia*
          4. Cameron Heyward // Defensive Lineman // Ohio State
          5. Ryan Mallett // Quarterback // Arkansas*
          6. Patrick Peterson // Defensive Back // Louisiana State*
          7. Jonathan Baldwin // Wide Receiver // Pittsburgh*
          8. Andrew Luck // Quarterback // Stanford**
          9. Julio Jones // Wide Receiver // Alabama*
          10. Matt Reynolds // Offensive Tackle // Brigham Young*

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          • #6
            1. Jake Locker
            2. AJ Green
            3. Patrick Peterson
            4. Robert Quinn
            5. Julio Jones
            6. Cameron Heyward
            7. Michael Floyd
            8. Adrian Clayborn
            9. Marcel Dareus
            10. Ryan Mallett

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            • #7
              1. Andrew Luck : QB : Stanford
              2. Ryan Mallet : QB : Arkansas
              3. Robert Quinn : DE : North Carolina
              4. Patrick Peterson : CB : Loiusiana State
              5. AJ Green : WR : Georgia
              6. Jake Locker : QB : Washington
              7. Dont'a Hightower : ILB : Alabama
              8. Adrian Clayborn : DE : Iowa
              9. Julio Jones : WR : Alabama
              10. Cameron Heyward : DL : Ohio State


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              • #8
                i really dont get the love for Julio Jones. Hes a 1st round talent, but hes not going top 10. He still to this day is coasting off his athletic abilities and high school hype.

                I think hes a 15-20 guy myself if not even a little later. If I was a drafting he'd probably be the 4th WR off the board. I think what will hurt his stock to is the fact that the WR class this year is going to be stacked. If you are looking at a wide receiver, i'd try to take one of the handful of elite defensive linemen in the top 10 than pick up say a DeAndre Brown WR out of SoMiss in the early second. As long as his leg is alright, hes just as big of an athlete as Jones.

                Green
                Baldwin
                Floyd
                Jones IMO

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                • #9
                  im nearly *** for heyward, but i dont think hes quite the prospect seymour was


                  i personally have peterson as my #1 player
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                  • #10
                    1. Jake Locker, QB, Washington
                    2. Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas
                    3. Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
                    4. Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
                    5. AJ Green, WR, Georgia
                    6. Cameron Heyward, DE/DT, Ohio State
                    7. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
                    8. Marcel Dareus, DT, Alabama
                    9. Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsubrugh
                    10. Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama

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                    • #11
                      1 Jake Locker QB Washington
                      2 Cameron Heyward DL Ohio State
                      3 AJ Green WR Georgia
                      4 Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa
                      5 Robert Quinn DE UNC
                      6 Patrick Peterson CB LSU
                      7 Andrew Luck QB Stanford
                      8 Julio Jones WR Alabama
                      9 Marcel Dareus DL Alabama
                      10 Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas


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                      • #12
                        Julio Jones is the best WR or fourth best depending on who you ask.

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                        • #13
                          for me:

                          1 Jake Locker
                          2 Patrick Peterson
                          3 Robert Quinn
                          4 Andrew Luck
                          5 AJ Green
                          6 Michael Floyd
                          7 Adrian Clayborn
                          8 Cameron Hayward
                          9 Greg Romeus
                          10 Ryan Williams


                          Saints 2014 draft wish list:
                          - No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
                          - Corner or Wideout in the first
                          - No reaching
                          - No Kelvin Benjamin

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by tjsunstein View Post
                            Julio Jones is the best WR or fourth best depending on who you ask.
                            I think it has to do with what was said above in that while he's an amazing talent, he's just been getting by on his amazing athleticism and has really been developing his game.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by JFLO View Post
                              This is my current Top 10 and I'll be coming out with my initial Top 100 sometime within the next two weeks...tons of analysis, so look out for that.

                              1. Robert Quinn // Defensive End // North Carolina*
                              2. Jake Locker // Quarterback // Washington
                              3. A.J. Green // Wide Receiver // Georgia*
                              4. Cameron Heyward // Defensive Lineman // Ohio State
                              5. Ryan Mallett // Quarterback // Arkansas*
                              6. Patrick Peterson // Defensive Back // Louisiana State*
                              7. Jonathan Baldwin // Wide Receiver // Pittsburgh*
                              8. Andrew Luck // Quarterback // Stanford**
                              9. Julio Jones // Wide Receiver // Alabama*
                              10. Matt Reynolds // Offensive Tackle // Brigham Young*
                              This is one that stood out to me...Reynolds projects to right tackle in the NFL, how can he be considered a top 10 prospect? on top of that, I see him as a mid 2nd rounder so the thought of top 10 is out there for me


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