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Quarterbacks

01 Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville
02 John David Booty, QB, Southern California
03 Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii
04 Chad Henne, QB, Michigan
05 Andre Woodson, QB, Kentucky
06 Erik Ainge, QB, Tennessee
07 Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College
08 Chase Holbrook QB, New Mexico State
09 Sam Keller, QB, Nebraska
10 Riley Skinner, QB, Wake Forest
11 Ricky Santos, QB, New Hampshire
12 Ben Olson, QB, UCLA
13 Josh Johnson, QB, San Diego
14 Brandon Cox, QB, Auburn
15 Xavier Lee, QB, Florida State*
16 Nate Longshore, QB, California
17 Brett Meyer, QB, Iowa State
18 Matt Flynn, QB, Louisiana State
19 Luke Drone, QB, Illinois State
20 Dennis Dixon, QB, Oregon
21 Paul Smith, QB, Tulsa
22 Anthony Morrelli, QB, Penn State
23 Bobby Reid, QB, Oklahoma State*
24 Martin Hankins, QB, Memphis
25 Tyler Donovan, QB, Wisconsin
26 Chase Daniel, QB, Missouri*
27 Rudy Carpenter, QB, Arizona State*
28 Curtis Painter, QB, Purdue*
29 Kyle Wright, QB, Miami
30 Drew Weatherford, QB, Florida State
31 Blake Mitchell, QB, South Carolina
32 Kevin O’Connell, QB, San Diego State
33 Alex Brink, QB, Washington State
34 Stephen McGee, QB, Texas A&M*
35 Omar Haugabook, QB, Troy State
36 Adam Tafralis, QB, San Jose State
37 Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
38 Caleb Hanie, QB, Colorado State
39 Joe Flacco, QB, Deleware
40 Brent Schaeffer, QB, Mississippi
41 Pat White, QB, West Virginia*
42 T.C. Ostrander, QB, Stanford*
43 Dustin Grutza, QB, Cincinnatti*
44 Jeremy Young, QB, Southern Mississippi
45 Brady Leaf, QB, Oregon

Running Backs

01 Darren McFadden, HB, Arkansas*
02 Steve Slaton, HB, West Virginia*
03 Jonathan Stewert, HB, Oregon*
04 Allen Patrick, HB, Oklahoma*
05 Ray Rice, HB, Rutgers*
06 Albert Young, HB, Iowa
07 Tashard Choice, HB, Georgia Tech
08 Jamaal Charles, HB, Texas
09 Andre Brown, HB, N.C. State*
10 James Davis, HB, Clemson*
11 Yvenson Bernard, HB, Oregon State*
12 Mike Hart, HB, Michigan
13 Rafeal Little, HB, Kentucky
14 Amir Pinnix, HB, Minnesota
15 Arian Foster, HB, Tennessee*
16 Ryan Torain, HB, Arizona State
17 Felix Jones, HB, Arkansas
18 Cory Boyd, HB, South Carolina
19 BenJarvis Green-Ellis, HB, Mississippi
20 Marlon Lucky, HB, Nebraska
21 Ian Johnson, HB, Boise State*
22 Lynell Hamilton, HB, San Diego State
23 Alley Brousard, HB, Louisiana State
24 Branden Ore, HB, Virginia Tech
25 Chauncey Washington, HB, Southern California
26 Chris Markey, HB, UCLA
27 Lance Ball, HB, Maryland
28 Jamario Thomas, HB, North Texas
29 Tyrell Sutton HB, Northwestern*
30 Dantrell Savage, HB, Oklahoma State*
31 Kregg Lumpkin, HB, Georgia
32 Marcus Thomas, HB, Texas El-Paso
33 Rashard Mendenhall, HB, Illinois*
34 L.V. Whitworth, HB, Boston College
35 Antone Smith, HB, Florida State
36 Thomas Brown, HB, Georgia*
37 Keon Lattimore, HB, Maryland
38 Javon Ringer, HB, Michigan State*
39 Jamar Brittingham, HB, Bloomsburg
40 Kevin Smith, HB, Central Florida*
41 Brad Lester, HB, Auburn
42 Justin Forsett, HB, California
43 Andre Callender, HB, Boston College
44 Kalvin McRae, HB, Ohio
45 P.J. Hill, HB, Wisconsin*
46 Tyrell Fenroy, HB, Louisiana-Lafayette*
47 Kyle Bell, HB, Colorado State
48 Marcus Cross, HB, Texas A&M
49 Micah Andrews, HB, Wake Forest
50 Jehuu Caulcrick, HB, Michigan State
51 DeMyron Martin, HB, Southern Methodist*
52 Hugh Charles, HB, Colorado
53 Tony Temple, HB, Missouri
54 Brandon Whitaker, HB, Baylor
55 Kory Sheets, HB, Purdue
56 Anthony Alridge, HB, Houston
57 Matt Forte, HB, Tulane
58 Yonus Davis, HB, San Jose State
59 Reggie Campbell, HB, Navy
60 Chad Hall, HB, Air force
61 Joe Doss, HB, Memphis

Full Backs

01 Peyton Hillis, FB, Arkansas
02 Owen Schmidt, FB, West Virginia
03 Jacob Hester, FB, Louisiana State
04 Javorskie Lane, FB, Texas A&M
05 James Bryant, FB, Miami
06 Emeka Nnoli, FB, Stanford
07 John Kinzer, FB, Virginia Tech
08 Chris Pressley, FB, Wisconsin
09 Michael Pitre, FB, UCLA
10 Doug Jones, FB, Cincinnatti

Wide Receivers

01 DeSean Jackson, WR, California*
02 Mario Manningham, WR, Michigan*
03 Limas Sweed, WR, Texas
04 Early Doucet, WR, Louisiana State
05 Malcom Kelly, WR, Oklahoma*
06 Adraius Bowman, WR, Oklahoma State
07 Marcus Monk, WR, Arkansas*
08 Dorien Bryant, WR, Purdue
09 D.J. Hall, WR, Alabama
10 Earl Bennett, WR, Vanderbilt
11 Mario Urrutia, WR, Louisville*
12 James Hardy, WR, Indiana
13 Jarrett Dillard, WR, Rice
14 Davone Bess, WR, Hawaii
15 Harry Douglas, WR, Louisville
16 Andre Caldwell, WR, Florida
17 Keenan Burton, WR, Kentucky
18 Derek Kinder, WR, Pitt
19 Derrick Williams, WR, Penn State*
20 Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland*
21 Billy Pittman, WR, Texas
22 Jaison Williams, WR, Oregon*
23 Lance Leggett, WR, Miami
24 Patrick Turner, WR, Southern California*
25 Todd Blythe, WR, Iowa State
26 Mark Bradford, WR, Stanford
27 Jason Rivers, WR, Hawaii
28 Darrell Blackmon, WR, North Carolina State
29 Sammie Stroughter, WR, Oregon State
30 Greg Carr, WR, Florida State*
31 Keith Brown, WR, Alabama
32 Oderrick Turner, WR, Pittsburgh*
33 Eddie Royal, WR, Virginia Tech
34 James Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech*
35 Jordan Norwood, WR, Penn State*
36 Adrian Arrington, WR, Michigan
37 Ernie Wheelwright, WR, Minnesota
38 Brian Paysinger, WR, Oregon
39 Josh Hyman, WR, Virginia Tech
40 Deon Butler, WR, Penn State*
41 Michael Bumpus, WR, Washington State
42 William Franklin, WR, Missouri
43 Earvin Taylor, WR, Texas A&M
44 Tony Burks, WR, Mississippi State
45 Terrence Nunn, WR, Nebraska
46 De'Cody Fagg, WR, Florida State
47 Josh Morgan, WR, Virginia Tech
48 Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Georgia*
49 Robert Jordan, WR, California
50 Tyrone Prothro, WR, Alabama
51 Maurice Purify, WR, Nebraska
52 Rudy Burgess, WR, Arizona State
53 Darius Reynaud, WR, West Virginia
54 Kevin Challenger, WR, Boston College
55 Eron Riley, WR, Duke*
56 Sean Bailey, WR, Georgia*
57 Brandon Breazell, WR, UCLA
58 Marcus Everett, WR, UCLA
59 Lavelle Hawkins, WR, California
60 Jeron Harvey, WR, Houston
61 Kevin Robinson, WR, Utah State
62 Jordy Nelson, WR, Kansas State
63 Austin Miller, WR, Geneva

Tight Ends

01 Fred Davis, TE, Southern California
02 John Carlson, TE, Notre Dame
03 Martin Rucker, TE, Missouri
04 Tom Santi TE, Virginia
05 Cornelius Ingram TE, Florida
06 Martellus Bennett, TE, Texas A&M*
07 Chase Coffman, TE, Missouri*
08 Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin*
09 Kellen Davis, TE, Michigan State
10 Jacob Tamme TE, Kentucky
11 Tate Casey, TE, Florida
12 Korry Sperry TE, Colorado State
13 Anthony Hill, TE, North Carolina State
14 Jonathan Stupar, TE, Virginia
15 Shawn Nelson, TE, Southern Mississippi*
16 Eric Butler TE, Mississippi State
17 Joey Haynos, TE, Maryland
18 Darrell Strong, TE, Pittsburgh
19 Rashaad Norwood, TE, Kansas State
20 Darius Hill, TE, Ball State
21 Robbie AGnone, TE, Deleware
22 Gary Barnidge, TE, Louisville
23 Craig Stevens, TE, California

Tackles

01 Sam Baker, OT, Southern California
02 Jake Long, OT, Michigan
03 Barry Richardson, OT, Clemson
04 Gosder Cherilus, OT, Boston College
05 Ryan Clady, OT, Boise State*
06 Tony Hills, OT, Texas
07 Jared Gaither, OT, Maryland*
08 Kirk Barton, OT, Ohio State
09 Alex Boone, OT, Ohio State*
10 Phil Trautwein, OT, Florida
11 Chris Williams, OT, Vanderbilt
12 Bobby Byrd, OT, Washington State
13 Yemi Babalola, OT, Texas A&M*
14 Heath Benedict, OT, Newberry
15 John Greco, OT, Toledo
16 Akim Millington OT, Illinois
17 Drew Miller, OT, Florida
18 Rocky Hanni, OT, Eastern Washington
19 Branden Albert, OT, Virginia*
20 Andrew Gardner, OT, Georgia Tech
21 Duane Brown, OT, Virginia
22 Reggie Youngblood, OT, Miami*
23 Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia*
24 Max Unger, OT, Oregon*
25 Sean Sester OT, Purdue*
26 Geoff Schwartz, OT, Oregon
27 Mike McGlynn, OT, Pitt
28 Branndon Braxton, OT, Oklahoma*
29 Tyler Luellen, OT, Missouri
30 Edwin Harrison OT, Colorado

Guards

01 Michael Oher, OG, Mississippi*
02 Jordan Grimes. OG, Purdue
03 Will Arnold, OG, Louisiana State
04 Shannon Tevaga, OG, UCLA
05 Jeremy Zuttah, OG/OT, Rutgers
06 Kirk Elder, OG, Texas A&M
07 Herman Johnson, OG, Louisiana State
08 Adam Kraus, OG, Michigan
09 George Bussey, OG/OT, Louisville*
10 Jacky Claude, OG Florida State
11 Brandon Rodd, OG. Arizona State
12 Charleston Gray, OG, North Carolina
13 Jeremy Perry, OG, Oregon State*
14 Chris Yoder, OG, Texas A&M
15 Roy Schuening, OG, Oregon State
16 Andrew Crummey, OG, Maryland
17 Andrew Bain, OG, Miami
18 Jeff Byers, OG, Southern California*
19 Mike Galassi, OG, Kent State
20 Mike Fladell, OG, Rutgers
21 Ryan Wendell, OG, Fresno State
22 Leon Hart, OG, Auburn
23 Tad Miller, OG, Boise State
24 Robert Felton, OG, Arkansas
25 Derrick Morse, OG, Miami
26 Micah Jones, OG, Kentucky

Centers

01 Adam Spieker, C, Missouri
02 Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas*
03 Dallas Griffin, C, Texas*
04 Cody Wallace, C, Texas A&M
05 John Sullivan, C, Notre Dame
06 Trevor Rees, C, Northwestern
07 Alex Mack, C, California*
08 Doug Legursky, C, Marshall
09 Kory Lichtensteiger C, Bowling Green
10 Tony Brinkhaus C, Minnesota
11 Scott Lenehan, C, North Carolina
12 Robbie Powell, C, Purdue
13 Eric Wood, C, Louisville*
14 Robbie Krutilla, C, Western Michigan
15 Steve Justice, C, Wake Forest
16 Jordy Lipsey, C, Virginia
17 Nick Allotta, C, Colorado State
18 Mike Pollack, C, Arizona State
19 Jeff Cavender, C, Boise State
20 Kevin Tuminello, C, Georgia Tech

Defensive Ends

01 Calais Campbell, DE/OLB, Miami
02 Lawrence Jackson, DE/OLB, Southern California
03 Chris Ellis, DE/OLB, Virginia Tech
04 Chris Long, DE/DT, Virginia
05 Derrick Harvey, DE/OLB, Florida
06 Quentin Groves, DE/OLB, Auburn
07 Phillip Merling, DE/DT, Clemson*
08 Tyson Jackson, DE, Louisiana State*
09 Tommy Blake, DE, Texas Christian
10 Eric Foster, DE/DT, Rutgers
11 Louis Holmes, DE/OLB, Arizona
12 Bruce Davis, DE/OLB, UCLA
13 Vernon Gholston, DE, Ohio State*
14 Matt Schaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin*
15 Kendall Langford, DE, Hampton
16 Ian Campbell, DE/OLB, Kansas State*
17 Kenny Iwebema, DE, Iowa
18 Chris Harrington, DE, Texas A&M
19 Chase Ortiz, DE, Texas Christian
20 Adamm Oliver, DE, Georgia Tech
21 Derek Walker, DE, Illinois*
22 Nathan Peterson, DE, Oklahoma State
23 Wallace Gilberry, DE, Alabama
24 Phillip Mbakogu, DE, California
25 Mitch King, DE/DT, Iowa
26 Danny Muir, DE, Kent State
27 Marcus Hands, DE, East Carolina
28 Jeff Schweiger, DE, Southern California
29 Matt Robinson, DE, Wake Forest
30 Jameel McClain, DE, Syracuse
31 Matt Kroul, DE, Iowa
32 Neefy Moffett, DE, Florida State*
33 Blake Smith, DE/OLB, Colorado State
34 Tyler Clutts, DE/OLB, Fresno State

Defensive Tackles

01 Glenn Dorsey, DT, Louisiana State
02 DeMario Pressley, DT, North Carolina State
03 Frank Okam, DT, Texas
04 Sedrick Ellis, DT, Southern California
05 Andre Fluellen, DT, Florida State
06 Red Bryant, DT, Texas A&M
07 Dre Moore, DT, Maryland
08 Nick Hayden, DT, Wisconsin
09 Paul Griffen. DT, Florida State
10 B.J. Raji DT, Boston College
11 DeMarcus Granger DT, Oklahoma*
12 Chris Norwell, DT, Illinois
13 Martrel Brown, DT, North Carolina State
14 Fili Maola, DT, Southern California
15 Roy Miller, DT, Texas*
16 Terrance Taylor, DT, Michigan*
17 Trevor Laws, DT, Notre Dame
18 Brigham Harwell, DT, UCLA
19 Keilein Dykes, DT, West Virginia
20 Marcus Harrison, DT, Arkansas
21 Delmonte Bolden, DT, Tennessee*
22 Jeff Owens, DT, Georgia*
23 Marques Hall, DT, South Carolina
24 Sean Merrill, DT, Southern Mississippi
25 Khalif Mitchell, DT, North Carolina
26 Dorian Smith, DT/DE, Oregon State
27 Tony Jenkins , DT, Syracuse
28 Darryl Richard DT, Georgia Tech
29 Keith Shologan, DT, Central Florida
30 Brian Soi, DT, Utah State*
31 Bryan Mattison, DT, Iowa

Outside Linebackers

01 Xavier Adibi, OLB, Virginia Tech
02 Keith Rivers, OLB/ILB, Southern California
03 Dan Connor, OLB, Penn State
04 Brian Toal, OLB/ILB, Boston College
05 Darry Beckwith, OLB, Louisiana State
06 Erin Henderson, OLB, Maryland
07 Shawn Crable, OLB, Michigan
08 Geno Hayes, OLB, Florida State
09 Ali Highsmith, OLB, Louisiana State
10 Marcus Freeman, OLB, Ohio State*
11 Brian Cushing, OLB, Southern California
12 Sean Lee, OLB, Penn State
13 Malik Jackson, OLB, Louisville
14 Clint Sintim, OLB, Virginia*
15 SirDarean Adams, OLB, Michigan State
16 Jerod Mayo, OLB, Tennessee*
17 Brandon Miller, OLB, Georgia
18 Willie Williams, OLB, n/a
19 Jordon Dizon, OLB, Colorado
20 Spencer Larsen, OLB, Arizona
21 Derrick Doggett, OLB/ILB, Oregon State
22 Beau Bell, OLB, Nevada-Las Vegas
23 DeMario Pleasant, OLB, Oklahoma
24 Josh Williams, OLB, Arkansas State
25 Thomas Keith, OLB, Central Michigan
26 Bryan Smith, OLB, McNeese State
27 Nick Watkins, OLB/S, Syracuse

Inside Linebackers

01 Rey Maualuga, ILB/OLB, Southern California*
02 Vince Hall, ILB, Virginia Tech
03 James Laurinaitis, ILB, Ohio State*
04 Jasper Brinkley, ILB, South Carolina
05 Corey McKeon, ILB, Nebraska
06 Jonathan Goff, ILB, Vanderbilt
07 Jeremy Leman, ILB, Illinois
08 Phillip Wheeler, ILB, Georgia Tech
09 Bo Ruud, ILB, Nebraska
10 Romeo Davis, ILB/OLB, Miami
11 Trey Bennett, ILB, McNeese State
12 Ben Moffitt, ILB, South Florida
13 Robert Killebrew, ILB, Texas
14 Curtis Lofton, ILB, Oklahoma
15 Nelson Coleman, ILB, Tulsa
16 Rashad Bobino, ILB, Texas*
17 Maurice Crum, ILB, Notre Dame
18 Jeremy Jones, ILB, Texas-El Paso
19 Jolonn Dunbar, ILB, Boston College
20 Ronnie Palmer, ILB, Arizona*
21 Chris Graham, ILB, Michigan
22 Michael Tauilili, ILB, Duke
23 Jason Phillips, ILB, Texas Christian*
24 Rodrick Johnson, ILB, Oklahoma State
25 Luke Sanders, ILB, Louisiana State
26 Mike Klinkenborg, ILB, Iowa
27 Brannon Jackson, ILB, Louisiana Tech
28 Brandon Monroe, ILB, North Texas
29 Josh Williams, ILB, Arkansas State
30 Red Keith, ILB, Central Michigan
31 Ezra Butler, ILB, Nevada

Cornerbacks

01 Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona
02 Justin King, CB, Penn State*
03 DeJuan Tribble, CB, Boston College
04 Zach Bowman, CB, Nebraska
05 Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State*
06 Aquib Talib, CB, Kansas*
07 Dwight Lowry, CB, San Jose State
08 Chevis Jackson, CB, Louisiana State
09 Jack Ikegwuonu, CB, Wisconsin
10 Simeon Castille, CB, Alabama
11 J.R. Bryant, CB, Florida State
12 Terrell Thomas, CB, Southern California
13 Brandon Flowers, CB, Virginia Tech*
14 Ambros Wooden, CB, Notre Dame
15 Glenn Sharpe, CB, Miami
16 Roland Minor, CB, Virginia Tech
17 Jonathan Zenon, CB, Louisiana State
18 D.J. Wolfe, CB, Oklahoma
19 Tony Carter, CB, Florida State*
20 Roshaun Fellows, CB, Tennessee
21 Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
22 Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
23 Reggie Smith, CB, Oklahoma
24 Joe Burnett, CB, Central Florida*
25 Trae Williams, CB, South Florida
26 Marcus Walker, CB, Oklahoma
27 Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State*
28 Brandon Carr, CB, Grand Valley State
29 Jackie Bates, CB, Oregon
30 Jonathan Wilhite, CB, Auburn
31 Tracy Porter, CB, Indiana
32 Nigel Norris, CB, Toledo
33 Wilrey Fontenot, CB, Arizona

Safety's

01 Kenny Phillips, S, Miami*
02 Tom Zbikowski, S, Notre Dame
03 Jonathan Hefney, S, Tennessee
04 Chris Horton, S, UCLA
05 Josh Pinkard, S, Southern California
06 Japhus Brown, S, Texas A&M
07 Tyrell Johnson, S, Arkansas State
08 Courtney Greene, S, Rutgers*
09 Anthony Reddick, S, Miami*
10 Jamal Lewis, S, Georgia Tech
11 Wesley Woodyard, S/LB, Kentucky
12 Eric Wicks, S, West Virginia
13 Anthony Scirrotto, S, Penn State*
14 Darian Williams, S, Oklahoma
15 Jamar Adams, S, Michigan
16 Jamario O'Neal, S, Ohio State*
17 Quintin Demps, S, Texas-El Paso
18 Kelin Johnson, S, Georgia
19 Marcus Griffin, S, Texas
20 Nic Harris, S, Oklahoma*
21 D.J. Parker, S, Virginia Tech
22 Craig Steltz, S, Louisiana State
23 Dennis Keyes, S, UCLA
24 Otis Wiley, S, Michigan State*
25 Michael Hamlin, S, Clemson
26 Bobbie Williams, S, Bethune-Cookman
27 Thomas DeCoud, S, California
28 Tierre Green, S, Nebraska
29 Eric Brock, S, Auburn
30 Sherrod Martin, S, Troy State
31 Reggie McPherson, S, Northwestern
32 Tony Cade, S, Nevada-Las Vegas
33 Darren Schilling, S, Robert Morris
34 Joey Sturdivant, S, Southern Methodist
35 Ron Girault, S, Rutgers
36 Joe Fields S, Syracuse
37 Dowayne Davis, S, Syracuse
38 Jeramie Johnson, S, Mississippi State
39 James Silva, S, Boston college
40 Kyle Jackson, S, Florida

Kickers/Punters

01 Jeremy Ito, K, Rutgers
02 Brandon Coutu, K, Georgia
03 Mike Hughes, P, San Diego State
04 Alexis Serna, K, Oregon State
05 Ken DeBauche, P, Wisconsin
06 Michael Gibson, P, Memphis
07 Sergio Aguayo, K, Nevada-Las Vegas
08 Art Carmody, K, Louisville
09 Jay Ottovegio, P, Stanford

Top 100

001 Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville
002 Darren McFadden, HB, Arkansas*
003 Sam Baker, OT, Southern California
004 Glenn Dorsey, DT, Louisiana State
005 Jake Long, OT, Michigan
006 DeSean Jackson, WR, California*
007 Kenny Phillips, S, Miami*
008 Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona
009 Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii
010 Calais Campbell, DE/OLB, Miami
011 Mario Manningham, WR, Michigan*
012 John David Booty, QB, Southern California
013 DeMario Pressley, DT, North Carolina State
014 Limas Sweed, WR, Texas
015 Steve Slaton, HB, West Virginia*
016 Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii
017 Lawrence Jackson, DE/OLB, Southern California
018 Rey Maualuga, ILB/OLB, Southern California*
019 Frank Okam, DT, Texas
020 Justin King, CB, Penn State*
021 Xavier Adibi, OLB, Virginia Tech
022 Early Doucet, WR, Louisiana State
023 Michael Oher, OG. Mississippi*
024 Vince Hall, ILB, Virginia Tech
025 Keith Rivers, OLB/ILB, Southern California
026 Malcom Kelly, WR, Oklahoma*
027 DeJuan Tribble, CB, Boston College
028 James Laurinaitis, ILB, Ohio State*
029 Chad Henne, QB, Michigan
030 Chris Ellis, DE/OLB, Virginia Tech
031 Derrick Harvey, DE, Florida
032 Andre Woodson, QB, Kentucky
033 Jonathan Stewert, HB, Oregon*
034 Dan Connor, OLB, Penn State
035 Chris Long, DE/DT, Virginia
036 Sedrick Ellis, DT, Southern California
037 Adraius Bowman, WR, Oklahoma State
038 Zach Bowman, CB, Nebraska
039 Quentin Groves, DE/OLB, Auburn
040 Erik Ainge, QB, Tennessee
041 Marcus Monk, WR, Arkansas*
042 Brian Toal, OLB/ILB, Boston College
043 Allen Patrick, HB, Oklahoma*
044 Barry Richardson, OT, Clemson
045 Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State*
046 Tom Zbikowski, S, Notre Dame
047 Dorien Bryant, WR, Purdue
048 Ray Rice, HB, Rutgers*
049 Gosder Cherilus, OT, Boston College
050 Andre Fluellen, DT, Florida State
051 Jasper Brinkley, ILB, South Carolina
052 D.J. Hall, WR, Alabama
053 Aquib Talib, CB, Kansas*
054 Albert Young, HB, Iowa
055 Earl Bennett, WR, Vanderbilt
056 Ryan Clady, OT, Boise State*
057 Tashard Choice, HB, Georgia Tech
058 Dwight Lowry, CB, San Jose State
059 Jordan Grimes. OG. Purdue
060 Fred Davis, TE, Southern California
061 Red Bryant, DT, Texas A&M
062 Will Arnold, OG. Louisiana State
063 Jamaal Charles, HB, Texas
064 Chevis Jackson, CB, Louisiana State
065 Tony Hills, OT, Texas
066 Darry Beckwith, OLB, Louisiana State
067 Andre Brown, HB, N.C. State*
068 Erin Henderson, OLB, Maryland
069 John Carlson, TE, Notre Dame
070 Jared Gaither, OT, Maryland*
071 Dre Moore, DT, Maryland
072 James Davis, HB, Clemson*
073 Adam Spieker, C, Missouri
074 Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College
075 Yvenson Bernard, HB, Oregon State*
076 Peyton Hillis, FB, Arkansas
077 Shawn Crable, OLB, Michigan
078 Mario Urrutia, WR, Louisville*
079 Geno Hayes, OLB, Florida State
080 Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas*
081 Mike Hart, HB, Michigan
082 Shannon Tevaga, OG. UCLA
083 James Hardy, WR, Indiana
084 Corey McKeon, ILB, Nebraska
085 Jack Ikegwuonu, CB, Wisconsin
086 Kirk Barton, OT, Ohio State
087 Jarrett Dillard, WR, Rice
088 Jonathan Goff, ILB, Vanderbilt
089 Simeon Castille, CB, Alabama
090 Alex Boone, OT, Ohio State*
091 Chase Holbrook QB, New Mexico State
092 J.R. Bryant, CB, Florida State
093 Ali Highsmith, OLB, Louisiana State
094 Martin Rucker, TE, Missouri
095 Terrell Thomas, CB, Southern California
096 Phil Trautwein, OT, Florida
097 Corey McKeon, ILB, Nebraska
098 Jonathan Goff, ILB, Vanderbilt
099 Brandon Flowers, CB, Virginia Tech*
100 Jonathan Hefney, S, Tennessee

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i would have EB ahead of all three... Marcus Monk,Dorien Bryant and D.J. Hall
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Sam Baker? Why?

Also, explain Adrian Arrington @36 for WR's.
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Sam Baker? Why?

Also, explain Adrian Arrington @36 for WR's.
theres prolly a good explanation.. like typo for instance
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Sam Baker? Why?

Also, explain Adrian Arrington @36 for WR's.
Sam Baker and Jake Long are so very, very close in my book. I expect those tow to be one of the bigger debates of the draft. Right now Sam Baker is more polished and will probably have better measurables which should give him a very slight edge over Long.

Arrington...just look at all the WR's ahead of him. This WR class could be better than this past years.
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good job, sure it took alot of work....although some I can see are based on HS rankings or perception from a few years ago

take JR Bryant off the list completely. He is now a 4th string CB for FSU an hasnt started a game in a long time.

and how is Trae Williams over Mike Jenkins for USF? I love Trae, but Jenkins is EASILY the better corner and better pro prospect...and he is not even listed?

great effort though, although i'd love if you'd offer some analysis on the top prospects...it would make this even more impressive
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Campbell would be a funny lookin OLB....
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Wow, for WR i've got Early Doucet, Malcolm Kelly, Adraius Bowman, and Marcus Monk ahead of Limas Sweed..
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What the hell, JR Bryant over Tony Carter? Carter is atleast top 10.
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Zbikowski is a horrible S.
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McKeon over both Goff and Leman? ummmmmm
A couple the guys on the list either graduated (Charlston Gray), suspended (Adrian Arrington, Maurice Purify) or don't start(JR Bryant) or don't even play anymore. And for the Baker/Long debate that will likely ensue in this thread I'll just my 2 cents in that Baker is nowhere near as polished as Long. I just rewatched the Rose Bowl 2 nights ago and Woodley took Baker to the woodshed throughout the game. Long was pretty much flawless. And what are the stars supposed to mean? If they mean underclassmen then there are a whole bunch of mistakes.
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It surprises me that you don't have Alabama C Antoine Caldwell listed.
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Most of the stuff looks good, but your corners are abominable.

King is most definitely NOT the #2 CB. He isn't ahead of Jenkins, Flowers, Talib, Ikegwuonu. For the love of God do not put Morgan Trent on any list, 22 makes him sound respectable. Ambrose Wooden at #14? ARE YOU KIDDING? He is worse than Trent, and that's saying a ton.

Other gripes:

Albert Young #6 RB? Um, no.
Earl Bennett the #10 WR? Way too low
Derrick Williams #19 WR? Too high. He's not even the best wideout on his team.
Long over Baker for #1 OT, but it's not that bad.
John Sullivan over Alex Mack at center? Doubtful.
Cushing should be higher than #11 OLB.
TOM ZBIKOWSKI AS THE #2 SAFETY?!?!?!?!?! Wow, your sense of humor is amazing.
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Seems like everyone is Notre Dame hater.
People tend to forgot that Zbikowski has no talent around him for support.
Anyway my top 3 QB rankings are a bit different...
1-Brian Brohm
2-Colt Brennan
3-Andre Woodson

I think depending on how well JD Booty does will decide if hes even worth a 1st day pick. The guy had Smith/Jarrett. Life cant get much worse can it?
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Seems like everyone is Notre Dame hater.
People tend to forgot that Zbikowski has no talent around him for support.
Anyway my top 3 QB rankings are a bit different...
1-Brian Brohm
2-Colt Brennan
3-Andre Woodson

I think depending on how well JD Booty does will decide if hes even worth a 1st day pick. The guy had Smith/Jarrett. Life cant get much worse can it?
Sorry man, Zbikowski isn't a player that, when you watch the film, really stands out. He's a homeless man's Roy Williams, which isn't a good thing.
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Most of the stuff looks good, but your corners are abominable.

King is most definitely NOT the #2 CB. He isn't ahead of Jenkins, Flowers, Talib, Ikegwuonu. For the love of God do not put Morgan Trent on any list, 22 makes him sound respectable. Ambrose Wooden at #14? ARE YOU KIDDING? He is worse than Trent, and that's saying a ton.

Other gripes:

Albert Young #6 RB? Um, no.
Earl Bennett the #10 WR? Way too low
Derrick Williams #19 WR? Too high. He's not even the best wideout on his team.
Long over Baker for #1 OT, but it's not that bad.
John Sullivan over Alex Mack at center? Doubtful.
Cushing should be higher than #11 OLB.
TOM ZBIKOWSKI AS THE #2 SAFETY?!?!?!?!?! Wow, your sense of humor is amazing.
I personally think King will be better this year than all of those corners....certainly Jenkins and Ikegwuonu. King is already a fantastic cover corner, now all he has to do is start making more "impact" plays in the secondary (i.e more INT's and ball jaring hits)
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For the love of God do not put Morgan Trent on any list, 22 makes him sound respectable. Ambrose Wooden at #14? ARE YOU KIDDING? He is worse than Trent, and that's saying a ton.
Trent has the measurables of an NFL corner (6'1 192 sub 4.4 speed) but sorely lacks instincts. The 22nd corner usually gets drafted in the 6th or 7th round if at all, and thats about right for a guy like Trent.

Wooden at #14 and Zibikowski at #2 are a humorous though.
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01 DeSean Jackson, WR, California*
02 Mario Manningham, WR, Michigan*
03 Limas Sweed, WR, Texas
04 Early Doucet, WR, Louisiana State
05 Malcom Kelly, WR, Oklahoma*
06 Adraius Bowman, WR, Oklahoma State
07 Marcus Monk, WR, Arkansas*
08 Dorien Bryant, WR, Purdue
09 D.J. Hall, WR, Alabama
10 Earl Bennett, WR, Vanderbilt
11 Mario Urrutia, WR, Louisville*
12 James Hardy, WR, Indiana
13 Jarrett Dillard, WR, Rice
14 Davone Bess, WR, Hawaii
15 Harry Douglas, WR, Louisville
16 Andre Caldwell, WR, Florida
17 Keenan Burton, WR, Kentucky
18 Derek Kinder, WR, Pitt
19 Derrick Williams, WR, Penn State*
20 Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland*
21 Billy Pittman, WR, Texas
22 Jaison Williams, WR, Oregon*
23 Lance Leggett, WR, Miami
24 Patrick Turner, WR, Southern California*
25 Todd Blythe, WR, Iowa State
26 Mark Bradford, WR, Stanford
27 Jason Rivers, WR, Hawaii
28 Darrell Blackmon, WR, North Carolina State
29 Sammie Stroughter, WR, Oregon State
30 Greg Carr, WR, Florida State*
31 Keith Brown, WR, Alabama
32 Oderrick Turner, WR, Pittsburgh*
33 Eddie Royal, WR, Virginia Tech
34 James Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech*
35 Jordan Norwood, WR, Penn State*
36 Adrian Arrington, WR, Michigan
The guys in bold shouldnt be mentioned in the same breath as Adrian Arrington in terms of measurables/production/talent/potential. To not include a guy who scored 9 td's as a #3 reciever for a big time program and whose measurables are 6'3 195 4.45 38"+ vert in the top 20 (resume/measurables almost identical to Early Doucet, the best WR in next year's draft) is just foolish. I'd go as far to say that he could be a better pro than Manningham. Only thing holding Arrington back from a top 10 spot are his off the field issues and inconsistency.

BTW- Arrington is a RS Junior.
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it's darrell blackmAn, not blackmOn. But it's nice to see him on a list. you
might want to check out dajuan morgan and miguel scott at safety though.
they're both extremely athletic and both lay the wood ala adrian wilson.
definite top 20 safties. I must say, I was surprised to see martrel brown
listed. He'd be better suited to a 34 defense at DE though, in my opinion.
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Sorry, but there arent 12 better defensive ends than Vernon Gholston...
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Riley Skinnner will only be a RS soph therefore premature to have him in any discussion.
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Note that Dan Connor is a MLB for 2007.

And Arrington should be much higher than that.
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