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Old 04-23-2013, 11:48 PM    (permalink
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I've had some time so I figured figured I would do this for the first time in a few years. I pretty much ranked top 10 or 15 at each position. I wouldn't be be comfortable ranking any more players as I would be just listing names at that point. Well, here they are.


Quarterback
1. Tyler Wilson – Arkansas
2. Geno Smith – West Virginia
3. Tyler Bray – Tennessee
4. Matt Barkley- USC
5. Ryan Nassib – Syracuse
6. Mike Glennon – NC State
7. EJ Manuel – Florida State
8. Zac Dysert – Miami (OH)
9. Landry Jones – Oklahoma
10. Matt Scott – Arizona
11. Sean Renfree – Duke
12. Ryan Griffin – Tulane
13. Brad Sorensen – Southern Utah
14. Colby Cameron – Louisiana Tech
15. Jordan Rodgers - Vanderbilt

Running Back
1. Giovanni Bernard – North Carolina
2. Eddie Lacy – Alabama
3. Jonathan Franklin – UCLA
4. Marcus Lattimore – South Carolina*
5. Mike Gillislee – Florida
6. Christine Michael – Texas A&M
7. Le’Veon Bell – Michigan State
8. Montee Ball – Wisconsin
9. Jawan Jamison – Rutgers
10. Andre Ellington – Clemson
11. Zac Stacy – Vanderbilt
12. Joseph Randle – Oklahoma St.
13. Stepfan Taylor - Stanford
14. Miguel Maysonet – Stony Brook
15. Latavius Murray – Central Florida

*If Lattimore wasn't hurt, he'd be ranked #1.

Wide Receiver
1. Cordarrelle Patterson – Tennessee
2. Justin Hunter – Tennessee
3. Tavon Austin – West Virginia
4. DeAndre Hopkins – Clemson
5. Robert Woods – USC
6. Keenan Allen – California
7. Da’Rick Rogers – Tennessee Tech
8. Markus Wheaton – Oregon St.
9. Terrance Williams – Baylor
10. Quinton Patton – Louisiana Tech
11. Steadman Bailey – West Virginia
12. Aaron Dobson - Marshall
13. Kenny Stills – Oklahoma
14. Ryan Swope – Texas A&M
15. Marquess Wilson - Washington St.

Tight End
1. Tyler Eifert – Notre Dame
2. Gavin Escobar – San Diego St.
3. Zach Ertz – Stanford
4. Travis Kelce – Cincinnatti
5. Vance McDonald – Rice
6. Jordan Reed – Florida
7. Chris Gragg – Arkansas
8. Dion Sims – Michigan St.
9. Ryan Otten – San Jose St.
10. Joseph Fauria - UCLA


Offensive Tackle
1. Eric Fisher – Central Michigan
2. Luke Joeckel – Texas A&M
3. Lane Johnson – Oklahoma
4. DJ Fluker – Alabama
5. Menelik Watson – Florida St.
6. Terron Armstead- Arkansas- Pine Bluff
7. Justin Pugh – Syracuse
8. Dallas Thomas – Tennessee
9. David Bakhtiari - Colorado
10. Brennan Williams – North Carolina


Offensive Guard
1. Chance Warmack - Alabama
2. Jonathan Cooper – North Carolina
3. Kyle Long – Oregon
4. Larry Warford – Kentucky
5. Brian Winters – Kent State
6. David Quessenberry – San Jose St.
7. Hugh Thortnon- Illionis
8. Alvin Bailey – Arkansas
9. Eric Herman - Ohio
10. Earl Watford – James Madison


Center
1. Barrett Jones – Alabama
2. Travis Frederick – Wisconsin
3. Brian Schwenke – Califonia
4. Khaled Homes – USC
5. Braxton Cave – Notre Dame
6. Mario Benavides – Louisville
7. P.J. Lonergan – LSU
8. Matt Stankiewitch – Penn St.
9. Dalton Freeman – Clemson
10. Graham Pocic - Illinois

Interior DL
1. Star Lotulelei – Utah
2. Shariff Floyd – Florida
3. Sheldon Richardson – Missouri
4. Kawaan Short – Purdue
5. Sylvester Williams – North Carolina
6. Datone Jones - UCLA
7. Jesse Williams – Alabama
8. Margus Hunt - SMU
9. Johnatan Hankins – Ohio St.
10. Brandon Williams – Missouri Southern St.
11. William Gholston – Michigan St.
12. Kwame Geathers - Georgia
13. John Jenkins – Georigia
14. Bennie Logan – LSU
15. Montori Hughes – Tennessee-Martin

Pass Rusher (43 DE & 34 OLB)
1. Barkevious Mingo – LSU
2. Dion Jordan – Oregon
3. Ezekiel Ansah – BYU
4. Jarvis Jones – Georgia
5. Tank Carradine – Florida State
6. Bjoern Werner – Florida State
7. Cornelius Washington – Georgia
8. Damontre Moore – Texas A&M
9. Jamie Collins – Southern Miss
10. Sam Montgomery – LSU
11. Corey Lemonier – Auburn
12. Alex Okafor – Texas
13. Michael Buchanan – Illionis
14. Treavardo Williams - UCONN
15. Quanterus Smith – Western Kentucky


“Traditional” Linebackers (43 LB's and 34 ILB)
1. Arthur Brown – Kansas St.
2. Alec Ogletree – Georgia
3. Kevin Minter – LSU
4. Khaseem Greene - Rutgers
5. Manti Te’o – Notre Dame
6. Sio Moore - Connecticut
7. Zaviar Gooden – Missouri
8. Devonte Holloman – South Carolina
9. Kevin Reddick – North Carolina
10. Michael Mauti – Penn St.
11. John Bostic - Florida
12. Steve Beauharnais – Rutgers
13. Kiko Alonso - Oregon
14. Gerald Hodges – Penn St.
15. Nico Johnson – Alabama


Cornerback
1. Dee Milliner – Alabama
2. Xavier Rhodes – Florida St.
3. Desmond Trufant – Washington
4. Jonathan Banks – Mississippi St.
5. Logan Ryan – Rutgers
6. D.J. Hayden – Houston
7. Robert Alford – Southeastern Louisiana
8. Jordan Poyer – Oregon St.
9. Jamar Taylor – Boise St.
10. Leon McFadden – San Diego St.
11. Darius Slay – Mississippi St.
12. David Amerson – North Carolina St.
13. B.W. Webb – William & Mary
14. Blidi Wreh-Wilson – Connecticut
15. Terry Hawthorne – Illinois

Safety
1. Jonathan Cyprien – Florida International
2. D.J. Swearinger – South Carolina
3. Eric Reid – LSU
4. Kenny Vaccaro – Texas
5. Matt Elam – Florida
6. Shamarko Thomas – Syracuse
7. Josh Evans – Florida
8. Bacarri Rambo – Georgia
9. Philip Thomas – Fresno St.
10. Duke Williams – Nevada
11. Shawn Williams – Georgia
12. Earl Wolff – North Carolina St.
13. Tony Jefferson – Oklahoma
14. TJ McDonald – USC
15. JJ Wilcox – Georgia Southern
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GREAT WORK... but explain to me Lattimore at #4. Are you betting he's better than all those other RBs behind him, as an NFL player?
I love Marcus, but his legs, his body, is never going to be more than a fraction of what it was....
Injuries to legs have RUINED so many RB's before... we all think Adrian Peterson but he's the big exception.

I would take a lot of RB's ahead of Lattimore.

Luv you having Arthur Brown and Cyprien at #1.
I think Matt Barkley will have you regretting him below 3 other QB's.

But nobody knows.... nice work.
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Wilson with so much love ? Dang. I don't see how he is a number Qb pick. Oh well.
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GREAT WORK... but explain to me Lattimore at #4. Are you betting he's better than all those other RBs behind him, as an NFL player?
I love Marcus, but his legs, his body, is never going to be more than a fraction of what it was....
Injuries to legs have RUINED so many RB's before... we all think Adrian Peterson but he's the big exception.

I would take a lot of RB's ahead of Lattimore.

Luv you having Arthur Brown and Cyprien at #1.
I think Matt Barkley will have you regretting him below 3 other QB's.

But nobody knows.... nice work.
Like i said, if Lattimore wasn't injured he'd be #1. But since he is and it's a serious injury and we don't know how he bounces back, I just just knocked him a few pegs down. Playing that one conservatively.

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Wilson with so much love ? Dang. I don't see how he is a number Qb pick. Oh well.
I'm 100% sold on Wilson. He's a competitor and I love that about him. He has faced adversity/pressure both literally and figuratively and I want to see QB's prove that they can overcome adversity. He has proved that to me. I also love his intermediate passing game.
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How has Wilson overcome adversity exactly? He crumbled to adversity last year if anything lol. So much unjustified love for Wilson on these boards it makes absolutely no sense. Don't get me wrong I'd still take him over Nassib or Glennon, but he's not even close to the best qb in this class.
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How has Wilson overcome adversity exactly? He crumbled to adversity last year if anything lol. So much unjustified love for Wilson on these boards it makes absolutely no sense. Don't get me wrong I'd still take him over Nassib or Glennon, but he's not even close to the best qb in this class.
His offensive line sucked last year. He was constantly under pressure yet he stuck in there and made all the throws. Not to mention, he lost his 3 of his top receivers from his junior year. he still played pretty well. I know Arkansas only won 4 games which could be a knock on Wilson but that D was incredibly bad last season. Their D took them out of a lot of games.
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Nice work man, I like your safety rankings. but I disagree with some of the others, to me Patton is to low, Darius Slay is to low and there's no way Greene is a better LB than Te'o.
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His offensive line sucked last year. He was constantly under pressure yet he stuck in there and made all the throws. Not to mention, he lost his 3 of his top receivers from his junior year. he still played pretty well. I know Arkansas only won 4 games which could be a knock on Wilson but that D was incredibly bad last season. Their D took them out of a lot of games.
Same can be said of Barkley minus the losing of receivers. His D was horrendously bad, and his o-line was horrific (watch the blatant missed assignment by the LT on the play against UCLA that got him injured) so the worlds smallest violin is playing for Wilson from me. Wilson didnt overcome anything if he could only muster up 4 wins.
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Same can be said of Barkley minus the losing of receivers. His D was horrendously bad, and his o-line was horrific (watch the blatant missed assignment by the LT on the play against UCLA that got him injured) so the worlds smallest violin is playing for Wilson from me. Wilson didnt overcome anything if he could only muster up 4 wins.
Yeah, no doubt about that. I'm a little concerned with Barkley's arm strength. When he has the time to plant, his arm is more than adequate. When he doesn't have the time, the ball floats. With that being said, he would be a great fit in the WCO.
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Yeah, no doubt about that. I'm a little concerned with Barkley's arm strength. When he has the time to plant, his arm is more than adequate. When he doesn't have the time, the ball floats. With that being said, he would be a great fit in the WCO.
Nailed it with the last statement. Considering the jets move to WCO, it's why he's my #1 rated qb.
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Im with you with almost everything in your ranking, id jump kick patterson down a good bit
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Im with you with almost everything in your ranking, id jump kick patterson down a good bit
Patterson is a bit of a project but he has so much upside that I couldn't resist. But yeah, I understand why people don't have him at the top of their rankings. He's so raw and a few of the prospects below him are much more polished.
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Patterson is a bit of a project but he has so much upside that I couldn't resist. But yeah, I understand why people don't have him at the top of their rankings. He's so raw and a few of the prospects below him are much more polished.
One of the simple reasons, his own teammate also has great upside and was way more productive whilst he was coming of a severe knee injury. Also the stories about him not being able to learn the (relatively easy) UT playbook and him apparently/allegedly coming across like the cerebral issues of the position could be issues in interviews make me even more suspect.

give me hunter (amongst others) over patterson
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