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  • #16
    most of those players are still underclassmen so they all have to declare for it to be that ridiculous


    • #17
      Leman is a beast.
      "The liberator who destroys my property, is fighting to save my spirit. The teacher who clears all possessions from my path will set me free."-Tyler Durden


      • #18
        Originally posted by fenikz View Post
        Andre Woodson 2008 Heisman winner
        i second that

        sig by me
        Go buckeyes,steelers, cavs

        PM me for jersey transfers


        • #19
          Originally posted by Axl Rose View Post
          TE-John Carlson
          S-Tom Zibikowski
          LB-Maurice Crum
          OC-John Sullivan
          Is someone a fighting irish fan? :P


          • #20
            take rice off any list, he's not entering. he's gonna play out his senior year. you can put money on that
            We ALL bleed scarlet
            New York Giants Super Bowl 46 Champs
            UNITED: I actually attend the college I root for
            Originally posted by PalmerToCJ
            BTW, if it's 3rd and 97... I'm throwing a screen pass to Brian Leonard and he will convert.


            • #21
              Bit of a long read, but these are my early top ten rankings for next year without the kickers and punters, some positions have honorable mentions as well below dotted lines. Just some guys to look out for really. And my number #1 small school sleeper is Hampton junior DE Kendall Langford who got 15.5 TFL and 8 sacks playing in a 3-4 last year. He's big at 6-6, 290lbs and comes from a school that produces a few NFL draft picks.

              Brian Brohm, Louisville
              Andre Woodson, Kentucky
              Chad Henne, Michigan
              Colt Brennan, Hawaii
              Eric Ainge, Tennessee
              John David Booty, USC
              Matt Ryan, Boston
              Sam Keller, Nebraska
              Nate Longshore, California (Jr)
              Alex Brink, Washington State

              Darren McFadden, Arkansas (Jr)
              Jon Stewart, Oregon (Jr)
              James Davis, Clemson (Jr)
              Andre Brown, North Carolina State (Jr)
              Jamaal Charles, Texas (Jr)
              Steve Slaton, West Virginia (Jr)
              Mike Hart, Michigan
              Tashard Choice, Georgia Tech
              Ray Rice, Rutgers (Jr)
              Amir Pinnix, Wisconsin
              Allen Patrick, Oklahoma
              Ryan Torain, Arizona
              Ian Johnson Boise, State (Jr)
              Marlon Lucky, Nebraska
              Ben Jarvis Green Ellis, Missisippi

              Peyton Hillis, Arkansas
              Owen Schmidt, West Virginia
              Jacob Hester, LSU

              Earl Bennett, Vanderbilt (Jr)
              Mario Manningham, Michigan (Jr)
              Desean Jackson, California (Jr)
              Early Doucet, LSU
              Adarius Bowman, Oklahoma State
              Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma (Jr)
              Limas Sweed, Texas
              James Hardy, Indiana (Jr)
              Marcus Monk, Arkansas
              Mario Urrutia, Louisville
              Keenan Burton, Kentucky
              Darrius Howard-Bey, Maryland (Jr)
              Dorien Bryant, Purdue
              Todd Blythe, Iowa State

              Martellus Bennett, Texas A&M (Jr)
              Chase Coffman, Mizzu (Jr)
              Martin Rucker, Mizzu
              John Carlson, Notre Dame
              Fred Davis, USC
              Anthony Hill, North Carolina State
              Craig Stevens, Cal
              Chris Hopkins, Toledo
              Kory Sperry, Colorado State
              Tom Santi, Virginia

              Jake Long, Michigan
              Sam Baker, USC
              Jared Gaither, Maryland (Jr)
              Mike Oher, Ole Miss (Jr)
              Barry Richardson, Clemson
              Gosder Cherilus, Boston
              King Dunlap, Auburn
              Kirk Barton, Ohio State
              John Greco, Toledo
              Tony Hills, Texas
              Alex Boone, Ohio State (Jr)
              Reggie Youngblood, Miami (Jr)
              Akim Millington, Illinois

              Will Arnold, LSU
              Jeremy Perry, Oregon (Jr)
              Shannon Tevaga, UCLA
              Jordan Grimes, Purdue
              Kirk Elder, Texas A&M
              Roy Schuenning, Oregon State
              SirVincent Rogers, Houston
              Andrew Crummey, Maryland
              Eric Tunney, Cenral Michigan
              Tad Miller, Boise State
              Brenden Albert, V Tech (Jr)
              Dallas Reynolds, BYU (Jr)
              Duke Robinson, Oklahoma (Jr)

              John Sullivan, Notre Dame
              Adam Spieker, Mizzu
              Antoine Caldwell, Alabama (Jr)
              Mike Pollak, Arizona State
              Jon Luigs, Arkansas (Jr)
              Tony Brinkhaus, Minnesota
              Alex Mack, California (Jr)
              Robbie Krutilla, Western Michigan
              Kory Lichtensteiger, Bowling Green
              Steve Justice, Wake Forest

              Calais Campbell, Miami (Jr)
              Derrick Harvey, Florida (Jr)
              Lawrence Jackson, USC
              Vernon Gholston (Jr)
              Louis Holmes, Arizona
              Chris Long, Virginia
              Quentin Groves, Auburn
              Kenny Iwebema, Iowa
              Tyson Jackson, LSU (Jr)
              Chris Ellis, Virginia Tech

              Dre Moore, Maryland
              BJ Raji, Boston
              Terrence Taylor, Michigan (Jr)
              Red Bryant, Texas A&M
              Jason Shirley, Fresno

              Glenn Dorsey, LSU
              Frank Okam, Texas
              Andre Fluellen, FSU
              Demarrio Pressley, North Carolina State
              Sedrick Ellis, USC
              Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska (Jr)
              Marcus Harrison, Arkansas
              Nick Hayden, Wisconsin
              Keilen Dykes, West Virginia
              George Hypolite, Colorado

              Dan Connor, Penn State
              Keith Rivers, USC
              James Laurinitis, Ohio State (Jr)
              Xavier Adibi, Virginia Tech
              Jerod Mayo, Tenn (Jr)
              Philip Wheeler, Georgia Tech
              Brian Toal, Boston
              Ali Highsmith, LSU
              Nick Watkins, Clemson
              Maurice Crum, ND

              Rey Maualuga, USC (Jr)
              Vince Hall, Virgina Tech
              Jonathan Goff, Vanderbilt
              J Leman, Illinois
              Jasper Brinkley, South Carolina
              Erin Henderson, Maryland (Jr)
              Beau Bell, UNLV
              Nelson Coleman, Tulsa
              Worrell Williams, Cal (Jr)
              Josh Williams, Arkansas State

              Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State (Jr)
              Aquib Talib, Kansas (Jr)
              Jack Ikegwuonu, Wisc (Jr)
              Justin King, PSU (Jr)
              Antoine Cason, Arizona State
              Brandon Flowers, Virginia Tech (Jr)
              Zack Bowman, Nebraska
              Paul Oliver, UGA
              Dwight Lowery, San Jose State
              Simeon Castille, Alabama

              Kenny Phillips, Miami (Jr)
              Courtney Greene, Rutgers (Jr)
              Josh Pinkard, USC
              Jonathan Hefney, Tennessee
              Tom Zbidowski
              Roger Williams, FSU
              Craig Steltz, LSU
              Jamar Adams, Michigan
              Nic Harris, Oklahoma (Jr)
              Otis Wiley, Michigan State (Jr)
              Last edited by Solomon; 04-29-2007, 09:34 AM.
              10 Favourite prospects for 2010: Colt McCoy, Dez Bryant, Golden Tate, Noel Devine, Ndamukong Suh, Greg Hardy, Eric Norwood, Travis Lewis, Eric Berry, Trevard Lindley


              • #22
                There's gonna be crazy LB's and RB's next year


                • #23
                  Penn State Guys :

                  Anthony Morelli, QB - Senior - Huge armed quarterback, with a strong year might be able to see round 1.
                  Dan Connor, LB - Senior - Switching to ILB and that might hurt him, he's more of a natural at weak side OLB. Should garner first round consideration also.
                  Austin Scott, RB - Senior - A very shifty runner kind of a Kenneth Irons type. With a big year he should see the 2nd or 3rd round.
                  Justin King, CB - Junior - Probably the preseason cornerback prospect that everyone is pegging as elite, tremendous balance and speed and should be a lock for round 1 if he declares.
                  Derrick Williams, WR - Junior - If he has a huge year and decides to come out, expect him to receive Ted Ginn Jr. like hype. An elite athlete that is unmatched on the field, 6'0" 200 lbs and a flat 4.3 burn.. if he can snap out of his funk and they start throwing him the ball, I wouldn't be surprised to see him come out early. IF he has a huge year, lottery lock. If he has a subpar year, expect him to return for his senior season or he's looking at possibly a 2nd or 3rd round pick on measureables alone.


                  • #24
                    There is absolutely no possible way that Morelli goes round 1. He may see it while watching the Draft, but no friggin way he gets drafted in round 1. I'm thinking 3-4


                    • #25
                      Derrick Williams would have to have a Heisman year to receiver Tedd Ginn hype. I'm not totally knocking him, I like him, but just saying he's not on Ginn's level yet.


                      • #26
                        i'm not im pressed by next year's crop of WR's AT ALL.


                        • #27
                          Crazy RB and DB draft class.
                          Watch out for Kenny Philips.

                          Faithful Niner Fan


                          • #28
                            Originally posted by doingthisinsteadofwork View Post
                            Leman is a beast.

                            Might be one of the most underrated players in the country defensively. The guy single handedly took over against Ohio State. I can see him as a first rounder personally if he does what he did last year.

                            Kinda sucks that he's injured right now though.

                            Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

                            Originally posted by JBCX
                            Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.


                            • #29
                              Originally posted by songofthesword View Post
                              i'm not im pressed by next year's crop of WR's AT ALL.
                              There may be no Calvin Johnson but look at the guys there. Outside of CJ next years group matches up fairly well with this year's.


                              • #30
                                RB-Yvenson Bernard
                                WR-Sammie Straughter
                                LB-Derrick Doggett



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