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lamberts-lost-tooth
02-15-2009, 05:32 AM
QUARTERBACKS
1. Matthew Stafford, Georgia (6-3, 236)
2. Mark Sanchez, USC (6-3, 225)
3. Josh Freeman, Kansas State (6-6, 248)
4. Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State (6-2, 216)
5. Nate Davis, Ball State (6-2, 218)
6. Graham Harrell, Texas Tech (6-2, 205)
7. Stephen McGee, Texas A&M (6-3, 216)
8. Pat White, West Virginia (6-0, 192)
9. Nathan Brown, Central Arkansas (6-1, 214)
10. Rudy Carpenter, Arizona State (6-2, 222)

RUNNING BACKS
1. Knowshon Moreno, Georgia (5-11, 208)
2. Chris Wells, Ohio State (6-1, 237)
3. LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh (5-11, 210)
4. Shonn Greene, Iowa (5-11, 235)
5. Donald Brown, Connecticut (5-10, 210)
6. Javon Ringer, Michigan State (5-9, 205)
7. Jeremiah Johnson, Oregon (5-9, 208)
8. Andre Brown, N.C. State (6-0 224)
9. Rashad Jennings, Liberty (6-1, 232)
10. James Davis, Clemson (5-11, 207

THIRD-DOWN BACKS
1. Devin Moore, Wyoming (5-9, 191)
2. Mike Goodson, Texas A&M (6-0, 198)
3. Tyrell Sutton, Northwestern (5-8, 210)
4. Kory Sheets, Purdue (5-11, 203)
5. Marcus Thigpen, Indiana (5-8, 198)

FULLBACKS
1. Quinn Johnson, LSU (6-1, 260)
2. Conredge Collins, Pittsburgh (5-11, 232)
3. Brannan Southerland, Georgia (6-0, 245)
4. Tony Fiammetta, Syracuse (6-0, 238)
5. Travis McCall, Alabama (6-2, 276)
6. Eric Kettani, Navy (6-0, 242)
7. Mark Hafner, Houston (6-2, 235)
8. Marquez Branson, Central Arkansas (6-2, 248)
9. David Johnson, Arkansas State (6-2, 250)
10. Jorvorskie Lane, Texas A&M (6-0, 278)

WIDE RECEIVERS
1. Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech (6-3. 214)
2. Jeremy Maclin, Missouri (6-1, 200)
3. Percy Harvin, Florida (5-11,195)
4. Darrius Heyward-Bey, Maryland (6-2, 206)
5. Hakeem Nicks, North Carolina (6-1, 210)
6. Kenny Britt, Rutgers (6-4, 215)
7. Derrick Williams, Penn State (6-0, 200)
8. Juaquin Iglesias, Oklahoma (6-0 204)
9. Brian Robiskie, Ohio State (6-2, 200)
10. Louis Murphy, Florida (6-2, 205)

SLOT RECEIVERS
1. Mike Thomas, Arizona (5-8 187)
2. Quan Cosby, Texas (5-9, 191)
3. Deon Butler, Penn State (5-11, 168)
4. Sammie Stroughter, Oregon State (6-0, 189)
5. Jordan Norwood, Penn State (5-10, 174)

POSSESSION RECEIVERS
1. Patrick Turner, USC (6-5, 221)
2. Ramses Barden, Cal Poly (6-6, 227)
3. Jamarko Simmons, Western Michigan (6-2, 241)
4. Aaron Kelly, Clemson (6-5, 193)
5. Greg Orton, Purdue (6-3, 210)

TIGHT ENDS
1. Brandon Pettigrew, Oklahoma State (6-6, 260)
2. Shawn Nelson, Southern Mississippi (6-5, 242)
3. Chase Coffman, Missouri (6-6, 252)
4. James Casey, Rice (6-4, 235)
5. Jared Cook, South Carolina (6-5, 242)
6. Travis Beckum, Wisconsin (6-3, 237)
7. Cornelius Ingram, Florida (6-4, 245)
8. Brian Mandeville, Northeastern (6-6, 255)
9. Davon Drew, East Carolina (6-4, 258)
10. Ryan Purvis, Boston College (6-4, 255)

OFFENSIVE TACKLES
1. Andre Smith, Alabama (6-4, 340)
2. Eugene Monroe, Virginia (6-5, 315)
3. Jason Smith, Baylor (6-5, 300)
4. Michael Oher, Mississippi (6-5, 320)
5. Eben Britton, Arizona (6-6, 310)
6. William Beatty, Connecticut (6-6, 310)
7. Jamon Meredith, South Carolina (6-5, 289)
8. Fenuki Tupou, Oregon (6-5, 332)
9. Troy Kropog, Tulane (6-6, 316)
10. Augustus Parrish, Kent State (6-5, 300)

OFFENSIVE GUARDS
1. Duke Robinson, Oklahoma (6-5, 335)
2. Herman Johnson, LSU (6-7, 335)
3. Trevor Canfield, Cincinnati (6-5, 305)
4. Kraig Urbik, Wisconsin (6-6, 323)
5. Andy Levitre, Oregon State (6-2, 318)
6. Tyronne Green, Auburn (6-2, 309)
7. Andy Kemp, Wisconsin (6-5 318)
8. Seth Olsen, Iowa (6-5, 304)
9. Cornelius Lewis, Tennessee State (6-4, 324)
10. T.J. Lang, Eastern Michigan (6-4, 312)

CENTERS
1. Alex Mack, California (6-4, 314)
2. Max Unger, Oregon (6-5, 305)
3. Eric Wood, Louisville (6-5, 308)
4. Antoine Caldwell, Alabama (6-5, 305)
5. Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas (6-5, 314)
6. Cecil Newton, Tennessee State (6-2, 295)
7. A.Q. Shipley, Penn State (6-1, 297)
8. Alex Fletcher, Stanford (6-3, 302)
9. Brett Helms, LSU (6-2, 282)
10. Jon Cooper, Oklahoma (6-2, 292)

4-3 DEFENSIVE ENDS
1. Brian Orakpo, Texas (6-4, 260)
2. Robert Ayers, Tennessee (6-3, 273)
3. Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech (6-7, 260)
4. Paul Kruger, Utah (6-5, 265)
5. Connor Barwin, Cincinnati (6-4, 255)
6. David Veikune, Hawaii (6-2, 255)
7. Phillip Hunt, Houston (6-1, 261)
8. Michael Bennett, Texas A&M (6-4, 271)
9. Brandon Williams, Texas Tech (6-5, 252)
10. Lawrence Sidbury Jr., Richmond (6-3, 267)

3-4 DEFENSIVE ENDS
1. Jarron Gilbert, San Jose State (6-5, 287)
2. Tyson Jackson, LSU (6-4, 295)
3. Everette Pedescleaux, Northern Iowa (6-6, 305)
4. Ra’Shon Harris, Oregon (6-4, 300)
5. Kyle Moore, USC (6-5, 273)
6. Zach Potter, Nebraska (6-7, 277)
7. Pannel Egboh, Stanford (6-6, 272)
8. Khalif Mitchell, East Carolina (6-5, 317)
9. Jeremy Navarre, Maryland (6-3, 285)
10. Bobby Greenwood, Alabama (6-5, 280)

NOSE TACKLES
1. B.J. Raji, Boston College (6-1, 325)
2. Ron Brace, Boston College (6-3, 326)
3. Fili Moala, USC (6-5, 305) ...can play 3-4 DE
4. Dorell Scott, Clemson (6-3, 310)
5. Terrance Taylor, Michigan (6-1, 314)
6. Sammie Lee Hill, Stillman (6-4, 331)
7. Terrance Knighton, Temple (6-3, 324)
8. Myron Pryor, Kentucky (6-0 310)
9. Marlon Favorite, LSU (6-1, 208)
10. Louis Ellis, Shaw (6-2, 315)

THREE-TECHNIQUE TACKLES
1. Peria Jerry, Mississippi (6-3, 295)
2. Sen’Derrick Marks, Auburn (6-1, 295)
3. Evander Hood, Missouri (6-3, 295)
4. Ricky Jean-Francois, LSU (6-3, 290)
5. Mitch King, Iowa (6-2, 275)
6. Corvey Irvin, Georgia (6-3, 289)
7. Alex Magee, Purdue (6-3, 295)
8. Vance Walker, Georgia Tech (6-2, 295)
9. Chris Baker, Hampton (6-2, 308)
10. Clinton McDonald, Memphis (6-2, 289)

4-3 OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
1. Aaron Curry, Wake Forest (6-2, 246)
2. Brian Cushing, USC (6-4, 243)
3. Tyrone McKenzie, South Florida (6-2, 235)
4. Marcus Freeman, Ohio State (6-1, 238)
5. Zack Follett, California (6-2, 238)
6. Mortty Ivy, West Virginia (6-1, 236)
7. Nic Harris, Oklahoma (6-3, 233)
8. Lee Robinson, Alcorn State (6-2, 249)
9. Jonathan Casillas, Wisconsin (6-1, 226)
10. Brian Toal, Boston College (6-1, 238)

3-4 OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
1. Everette Brown, Florida State (6-4, 252)
2. Aaron Maybin, Penn State (6-4, 238)
3. Clay Matthews, USC (6-3, 246)
4. Larry English, Northern Illinois (6-2, 254)
5. Clint Sintim, Virginia (6-3, 249)
6. Cody Brown, Connecticut (6-2, 242)
7. Orion Martin, Virginia Tech (6-2, 248)
8. Victor Butler, Oregon State (6-2 241)
9. Moise Fokou, Maryland (6-2, 233)
10. Matt Shaughnessy, Wisconsin (6-5, 253)

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
1. Rey Maualuga, USC (6-2, 260)
2. James Laurinaitis, Ohio State (6-2, 240)
3. Darry Beckwith, LSU (6-1, 235)
4. Scott McKillop, Pittsburgh (6-1, 240)
5. Frantz Joseph, Florida Atlantic (6-2, 243)
6. Worrell Williams, California (6-0, 250)
7. Gerald McRath, Southern Miss (6-3, 220)
8. Dannell Ellerbe, Georgia (6-1, 236)
9. Jason Phillips, TCU (6-1, 235)
10. Jasper Brinkley, South Carolina (6-2, 265)

CORNERBACKS
1. Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State (6-0, 200)
2. Vontae Davis, Illinois (6-0, 205)
3. Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest (5-9. 190)
4. D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt (5-10, 184)
5. Sean Smith, Utah (6-3, 215)
6. Coye Francies, San Jose State (6-0 179)
7. Asher Allen, Georgia (5-10, 198)
8. Jairus Byrd, Oregon (6-0 200)
9. Darius Butler, Connecticut (5-11, 187)
10. Victor Harris, Virginia Tech (5-11, 195)

FREE SAFETIES
1. Louis Delmas, Western Michigan (6-0, 196)
2. William Moore, Missouri (6-1, 226)
3. Rashad Johnson, Alabama (6-0, 190)
4. Derek Pegues, Mississippi State (5-10, 195)
5. Sherrod Martin, Troy (6-1, 193)
6. Brandon Underwood, Cincinnati (6-1, 192)
7. David Bruton, Notre Dame (6-2, 210)
8. Darcel McBath, Texas Tech (6-1, 198)
9. Troy Nolan, Arizona State (6-1, 207)
10. Curtis Taylor, LSU (6-2, 208)

STRONG SAFETIES
1. Patrick Chung, Oregon (5-11, 210)
2. Chip Vaughn, Wake Forest (6-2, 214)
3. Kevin Ellison, USC (6-1, 228)
4. Emanuel Cook, South Carolina (5-10, 205)
5. Michael Hamlin, Clemson (6-3, 206)
6. Stephen Hodge, TCU (6-0 214)
7. Trimane Goddard, North Carolina (5-11, 195)
8. Otis Wiley, Michigan State (6-2, 210)
9. Courtney Greene, Rutgers, (6-1, 211)
10. Kevin Akins, Boston College (6-2, 224)

SPECIALISTS
1. K/P Louie Sakoda, Utah (5-9, 171)
2. K/P Graham Gano, Florida State (6-1, 192)
3. LS Jake Ingram, Hawaii (6-3 235)
4. K Jose Martinez, UTEP (5-9, 200)
5. P Thomas Morstead, Southern Methodist (6-4, 228)
6. P Kevin Huber, Cincinnati (6-1, 224)
7. K Pat McAfee, West Virginia (6-0 228)
8. K Ryan Succop, South Carolina (6-2, 224)
9. K Sam Swank, Wake Forest (6-0 202)
10. LS Mark Estermyer, Pittsburgh (6-1, 247)

meelanova
02-15-2009, 06:51 AM
I went to HS with Eugene Monroe and hope he's there late in the 1st. I highly doubt it though. But Colon has got to go. Either make him second string or move to guard.

El-Gonzo Jackson
02-15-2009, 09:14 AM
I'm starting to like the prospects of Augustus Parrish as a round 3-4 OT. Also curious to see the arm length of Jamon Meridith.

Garrett Reynolds might also be a later round option at RT. Hacksaw Reynolds kid cant help but be a tough player on the line!!

Where is my guy Antonio Dixon from Miami as a NT??? :wink:

lamberts-lost-tooth
02-15-2009, 09:37 AM
I'm starting to like the prospects of Augustus Parrish as a round 3-4 OT. Also curious to see the arm length of Jamon Meridith.

Garrett Reynolds might also be a later round option at RT. Hacksaw Reynolds kid cant help but be a tough player on the line!!

Where is my guy Antonio Dixon from Miami as a NT??? :wink:

Dixon dtruggled this year because of the knee injury...he could be a steal late in the draft if he clears a medical check.

lilyoder6
02-15-2009, 10:49 AM
Qb's
3. Josh Freeman, Kansas State (6-6, 248)
i think he will be a good qb after he gets his feet wet.. i laugh b/c i played him in HS when i was a soph, and he was the qb and the S..

TIGHT ENDS
3. Chase Coffman, Missouri (6-6, 252) i like him personally, but i effing hate him,derrick washington and there whole damn HS team... 4 w/e reason my HS team could not beat them.. caused me 2 miss out on 3 state championship rings.. my freshman-jr yr.. very very upset.. :crying01:

KeiselPower99
02-15-2009, 11:19 AM
I think Mitch King could play De in a 3-4. The DE from Northern Iowa sounds promising.

El-Gonzo Jackson
02-15-2009, 11:44 AM
I think Mitch King could play De in a 3-4. The DE from Northern Iowa sounds promising.

I think at 6'2", King doesn't have the frame to bulk up and play a DE in the 3-4. In the Senior Bowl he tried bull rushing linemen in pass rush drills and showed that he isnt strong enough to do that. King is all about effort and quickness. I love that, but he cant play DE in our system if his greatest asset is speed and quickness, but lacks strength.

I am more intrigued by Fili Moala, Jarron Gilbert, Kyle Moore and LLT's guy Egboh(sp?) as DE prospects for our system. Maybe even Ziggy Hood.

El-Gonzo Jackson
02-15-2009, 11:45 AM
Dixon dtruggled this year because of the knee injury...he could be a steal late in the draft if he clears a medical check.

To me he is the same if not better than Dorel Scott as a NT.

Texasteel
02-15-2009, 12:57 PM
I watched Robert Ayers during the Senior Bowl practices, and he look to me like he could pick up a few pounds. Do you think he might be able to bulk up enough to play DE for us.

lamberts-lost-tooth
02-15-2009, 01:17 PM
To me he is the same if not better than Dorel Scott as a NT.

I think he was considered a late 2nd early 3rd before the injury.

Texasteel
02-15-2009, 03:29 PM
I started looking at players that had been rated fairly high but have dropped to the bottom of the draft because of injury's. I found some pretty interesting names. These players figure to go in the 6th, 7th, or as a FA.

Jeremy Perry, OG, Oregon St. I believe he broke his leg and just could not get back to what he was. I can remember some thinking he would be a 2nd round prospect.

Steve Rehring, OG, Ohio St. Steve broke his foot and again just could not work his way back. I think I saw him as a 3rd or 4th rounder.

Eric VandenHeuvel, OT, Wisconsin. Hurt his leg and was out for most of the year I believe. This is a guy I was interested in early in the years. I think he was rated a 3rd or 4th round pick.

Sean Sester, OT, Purdue, He has been in and out all year with a variety of injury's. At one time I say him listed a 3rd round pick.

Jamaal Westerman, DE/OLB, Rutgers, I believe he was having a pretty decent year but tore his bicep in Dec. Can't remember for sure, but I think I saw him listed as a 4th rounder.

Antoinio Dixon, DT, Miami. Knee injury. Figured to be a 2nd or 3rd round pick. Antionio is drawing a bit of interest here, and will probably pick up a few more fans before draft day.

Are there any on this list that you might take a chance on, or is there anyone you would add to the list you would like to watch for?

MasterOfPuppets
02-15-2009, 03:41 PM
jasper brinkley

El-Gonzo Jackson
02-15-2009, 06:14 PM
I watched Robert Ayers during the Senior Bowl practices, and he look to me like he could pick up a few pounds. Do you think he might be able to bulk up enough to play DE for us. I dont. I think Ayers is a 4-3 DE prospect. The UT website has him at 6'3" 270lbs and what I saw of him in the Senior Bowl didnt say anything that he could be a decent run stuffer as a 3-4 DE.

El-Gonzo Jackson
02-15-2009, 06:17 PM
jasper brinkley

Big fan of Jasper Brinkley. If we could get him and Dixon in later rounds that would be cool. I have also pimped Gerald Cadogin OT at Penn St and Garrett Reynolds OT of UNC as later round picks.

MasterOfPuppets
02-15-2009, 06:46 PM
Big fan of Jasper Brinkley. If we could get him and Dixon in later rounds that would be cool. I have also pimped Gerald Cadogin OT at Penn St and Garrett Reynolds OT of UNC as later round picks.yeah i was pimpin him last year, even after his injury,till he decided to go back to school.....it would be nice if he slimed down to about 250, and maybe picked up a little speed. i don't know if he'd have the speed / range, for what the steelers expect from thier lber's....:noidea:

El-Gonzo Jackson
02-15-2009, 07:30 PM
yeah i was pimpin him last year, even after his injury,till he decided to go back to school.....it would be nice if he slimed down to about 250, and maybe picked up a little speed. i don't know if he'd have the speed / range, for what the steelers expect from thier lber's....:noidea:

I think he would be a throwback a bit to what Earl Holmes was. I think a big strongside guy like Brinkley coupled with a faster weak side ILB like Timmons would be awesome!!!

St33lersguy
02-15-2009, 07:36 PM
I just hope that a solid lineman will be on the board when the Steelers are on the clock. I swear to god if they draft another RB then the entire front office shoulu get a head examination

KeiselPower99
02-15-2009, 08:36 PM
I think at 6'2", King doesn't have the frame to bulk up and play a DE in the 3-4. In the Senior Bowl he tried bull rushing linemen in pass rush drills and showed that he isnt strong enough to do that. King is all about effort and quickness. I love that, but he cant play DE in our system if his greatest asset is speed and quickness, but lacks strength.

I am more intrigued by Fili Moala, Jarron Gilbert, Kyle Moore and LLT's guy Egboh(sp?) as DE prospects for our system. Maybe even Ziggy Hood.

What about the other Iowa DT?? Kroul?? I might be thinking of him.

Texasteel
02-15-2009, 09:08 PM
What about the other Iowa DT?? Kroul?? I might be thinking of him.

Kroul is about the same size and speed but not as good. A very good collage player that most likely will not have much of a pro game.

Steelcitygal87
02-16-2009, 08:46 AM
I am trying to learn more about the ins and outs, and get more in-depth with the workings of the draft. So I was wondering what you guys thought of......

Xavier Fulton, OT Illinois


http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?Prospect_ID=1684

lamberts-lost-tooth
02-16-2009, 09:29 AM
I am trying to learn more about the ins and outs, and get more in-depth with the workings of the draft. So I was wondering what you guys thought of......

Xavier Fulton, OT Illinois


http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?Prospect_ID=1684

Too light for our system...may be an adequete backup OT for a zone blocking team like Denver.

El-Gonzo Jackson
02-16-2009, 10:51 AM
I am trying to learn more about the ins and outs, and get more in-depth with the workings of the draft. So I was wondering what you guys thought of......

Xavier Fulton, OT Illinois


http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?Prospect_ID=1684
Yeah, Fulton looked to not hold up against the guys with a heavy bull rush in the week of practice at senior bowl. He also got beat several times at RT by allowing the DE to rush inside on him. I understand that some pass rushers are faster to the edge............but you gotta be able to shut down the inside pass rush. Fulton did not.

Steelcitygal87
02-16-2009, 10:54 AM
Yeah, Fulton looked to not hold up against the guys with a heavy bull rush in the week of practice at senior bowl. He also got beat several times at RT by allowing the DE to rush inside on him. I understand that some pass rushers are faster to the edge............but you gotta be able to shut down the inside pass rush. Fulton did not.

Okay, thank you for letting me know what your thoughts were.