Top 5 Positional Rankings & Top 28 Overall
1. Andrew Luck : STANFORD*
2. Robert Griffin III : BAYLOR*
3. Kirk Cousins : MICHIGAN STATE
4. Ryan Tannehill : TEXAS A&M
5. Ryan Lindley : SAN DIEGO STATE
1. Trent Richardson : ALABMA*
2. David Wilson : VIRGINIA TECH*
3. Lamar Miller : MIAMI(FL)*
4. Chris Polk : WASHINGTON*
5. Doug Martin : BOISE STATE*
1. Justin Blackmon : OKLAHOMA STATE*
2. Dwight Jones : NORTH CAROLINA
3. Michael Floyd : NOTRE DAME
4. Kendall Wright : BAYLOR
5. Alshon Jeffery : SOUTH CAROLINA*
1. Coby Fleener : STANFORD
2. Ladarius Green : LOUSIANA-LAFAYETTE
3. Dwayne Allen : CLEMSON*
4. Michael Egnew : MISSOURI
5. Brian Linthicum : MICHIGAN STATE
1. Matt Kalil : USC*
2. Riley Reiff : IOWA*
3. Jonathan Martin : STANFORD*
4. Mike Adams : OHIO STATE
5. Matt McCants : UAB
1. David DeCastro : STANFORD*
2. Kevin Zeitler : WISCONSIN
3. Amini Silatolu : NORTHWESTERN STATE
4. Cordy Glenn : GOERGIA
5. Joe Looney : WAKE FOREST
1. Peter Konz : WISCONSIN*
2. Mike Brewster : OHIO STATE
3. Philip Blake : BAYLOR
4. Ben Jones : GEORGIA
5. William Vlachos : ALABAMA
1. Quinton Coples : NORTH CAROLINA
2. Cam Johnson : VIRGINIA
3. Vinny Curry : MARSHALL
4. Andre Branch : CLEMSON
5. Nick Perry : USC*
1. Jerel Worthy : MICHIGAN STATE*
2. Devon Still : PENN STATE
3. Fletcher Cox : MISSISSIPPI STATE*
4. Billy Wynn : BOISE STATE
5. Derek Wolfe : CINCINNATI
1. Courtney Upshaw : ALABAMA
2. Zach Brown : NORTH CAROLINA
3. Shea McClellin : BOISE STATE
4. Lavonte David : NEBRSAKA
5. Bruce Irvin : WEST VIRGINIA
1. Luke Kuechly : BOSTON COLLEGE*
2. Don’t’a Hightower : ALABAMA*
3. Vontaze Burfict : ARIZONA STATE*
4. Audie Cole : NORTH CAROLINA STATE
5. Mychal Hendricks : CALIFORNIA
1. Morris Claiborne : LOUISIANA STATE*
2. Dre Kirkpatrick : ALABAMA*
3. Casey Hayward : VANDERBILT
4. Leonard Johnson : IOWA STATE
5. Alfonzo Dennard : NEBRASKA
1. Mark Barron : ALABAMA
2. Winston Guy Jr. : KENTUCKY
3. Markelle Martin : OKLAHOMA STATE
4. Harrison Smith : NOTRE DAME
5. George Iloka : BOISE STATE
1. Andrew Luck : STANFORD
2. Trent Richardson : ALABAMA
3. Matt Kalil : USC
4. Morris Claiborne : LOUISIANA STATE
5. Luke Kuechly : BOSTON COLLEGE
6. David DeCastro : STANFORD
7. Riley Reiff : IOWA
8. Robert Griffin : BAYLOR
9. Justin Blackmon : OKLAHOMA STATE
10. Peter Konz : WISCONSIN
11. Courtney Upshaw : ALABAMA
12. Zach Brown : NORTH CAROLINA
13. Dwight Jones : NORTH CAROLINA
14. Jonathan Martin : STANFORD
15. Quinton Coples : NORTH CAROLINA
16. Dre Kirkpatrick : ALABAMA
17. Cam Johnson : VIRGINIA
18. Michael Floyd : NOTRE DAME
19. Dont’a Hightower : ALABAMA
20. Casey Hayward : VANDERBILT
21. Kevin Zeitler : WISCONSIN
22. Vontaze Burfict : ARIZONA STATE
23. Vinny Curry : MARSHALL
24. Mark Barron : ALABAMA
25. David Wilson : VIRGINIA TECH
26. Mike Adams : OHIO STATE
27. Shea McClellin : BOISE STATE
28. Winston Guy Jr. : KENTUCKY
Good stuff as always PF. I'm glad you have Leonard Johnson up there as he's very underrated. And I see you're higher on Kirk Cousins than most.
Lamar Miller isn't a top 5 RB in this draft? Since when?
Not bad, just a few things though:
1. I will second Tack here, where is Lamar Miller?
2. I think Dontari Poe and Ta'amu deserve to be ahead of guys like Wynn and Wolfe.
3. Is this purely talent based? If so I would argue Taze over Hightower. I know Taze has struggled this year and there are concerns but I still think he is a first round guy whereas Hightower is more of a second rounder.
4. I'd have T.J. McDonald in my top 5 safeties
2. I thought about Poe because his potential is extremely high but once Ta'amu can't completely shut down by DeCastro it was going to take an extraordinary effort to get into the top 5 at the position (his stock is based moreso on potential as well)
3. My rankings take into consideration everything...Taze is certainly more naturally gifted than Hightower but there are question marks with him than weigh heavily
4. McDonald is staying at USC
No Orson Charles?
What keeps David Molk out of your top 5 centers if you don't mind me asking...I have him as the #3 behind Brewster. Also I love your inclusion of Derek Wolfe, very underrated prospect in my opinion, so consistently productive.
I'm all for bold predictions, but I'm an MSU fan.
Kirk Cousins is not the third best QB in this draft, like he can't be...............
he's an experienced signal caller with a quality arm, good mechanics and is extremely efficient in the short to intermediate passing attack...doesn't have a high ceiling but I think he's got a good shot of being a starter at some point
I like him as a project behind a very good QB, but he just hasn't put it all together and to label him as the 3rd best is way too high of expectations for Kirk. He did gradually improve throughout the year though (Outback Bowl aside).
2. Fair enough, I would put Poe higher just because I think that with his potential he could be far better than any of the other DTs in this class. Ta'amu hasn't been great but is still possibly my #1 NT prospect but I can see leaving him off a list including everyone
3. This explains it and I don't blame you. I just was wondering if it was a purely talent based list that you put Hightower ahead of Taze on
4. I was not aware :)
Again, great list though
Brewster has a lot of hype, but he had a pretty poor season, IMO.
I'm not a huge draftnik like you guys, so I don't know how he'd rack and stack vs other centers, but he's a 3rd or 4th round talent, IMO.
No Alameda Ta'amu or Dontarri Poe in your top 5 DTs. Tell me about that.
edit: didn't see that you already addressed it.
I think people are sleeping on Alshon Jeffery. I know he had a dip in production, but he had nobody throwing him the ball.
He has all of the physical tools to be an elite WR. It's just that the boom bust potential is high on him.
Jeffery probably goes no later than than the 2nd, but if ends up being Malcolm Kelly/Mike Williams 2.0, can't say I'd be surprised.
Kirk Cousins, is he really barely 200#?? He hasn't be a spectacular QB at Michigan State or in the Big 10. Hard to imagine he's rated the 3rd best QB prospect in this draft.
Chase Minnefield should be among the top five corners.
He will be once he busts out a sub 4.4 at Indy.
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