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JerseySTEEL
03-13-2005, 02:06 AM
1

OLB Derrick Johnson
Texas
XVAL= 101.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
230
4.50
Top10
Pros:Has everything that you look for physically in a LB, makes plays all over the field. Has his own strip/fumble swat when tackling.
Cons:Sometimes tries to do too much, and as a result gets caught out of position.

2

RB Ronnie Brown
Auburn
XVAL= 100.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
225
4.45
Top10
Pros:He can do it all. Great size and speed, runs people over and can get outside as a ballcarrier. Great receiver out of the backfield, good blocker.
Cons:None - he is simply the best RB in the draft, and the most complete prospect at the position that I have seen in years.

3

RB Cedric Benson
Texas
XVAL= 99.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
220
4.5
Top10
Pros:Great size, powerful runner who can break for big gainers too. Has all of the physical tools and abilities to be a Pro Bowl back.
Cons:Character counts, and he is sorely lacking. Is of the "there's no I in team but there is a me" philosophy. May be the first RB taken, but is a risk.

4

WR Mike Williams*
Southern California
XVAL= 99.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
228
4.56
Top10
Pros:All of the size and skills that you could ask for, throw the ball up there and he will take it away from everyone else. The sky is the limit.
Cons:Has not played for a year, lacks blazing speed.

5

WR Braylon Edwards
Michigan
XVAL= 98.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
206
4.45
Top10
Pros:The man can run, and when the big play calls, he answers. Good size, good hands, amazing athlete.
Cons:Has had some drops with easy passes, needs to be more consistent in his effort.

6

CB Antrel Rolle
Miami
XVAL= 98.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
205
4.45
Top10
Pros:Great cover corner, also knows how to step up and stop the run. Good blitzer, fundamentally sound.
Cons:Had an off-field brush with the law last off-season, but it appears to be behind him.

7

QB Aaron Rodgers*
California
XVAL= 97.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
220
4.47
Top10
Pros:Very accurate, with a strong arm, can make any throw asked of him. Good athletic ability, very sound mechanically. Good leader and mentality, has the ability AND desire to be a franchise QB.
Cons:Size is only average, has only played 2 seasons of college ball. That said, if he declares he should be one of the top picks, if not #1 overall, come draft day.

8

DE David Pollack
Georgia
XVAL= 97.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
280
4.75
Top10
Pros:Great motor, can do it all at DE. Great against the run, great against the pass, has a knack for making big plays. Team captain, quality leader.
Cons:A little undersized when compared to the prototypical DE, could get a little stronger. Neither issue is all that important.

9

RB Carnell Williams
Auburn
XVAL= 96.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
205
4.50
Top10
Pros:Amazing athletic ability, makes cuts that look impossible. Tough runner despite small size, great balance, can make people miss.
Cons:Not a great blocker, his hands need work as well.

10

OT Alex Barron
Florida State
XVAL= 96.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'6"
315
5.1
Top10
Pros:Plays the coveted left tackle, and is the best OT prospect available. Great pass protector, good height and quick feet.
Cons:Will need some more technique work, won't be an all-world level LT, but will be upper-tier.

11

FS Thomas Davis*
Georgia
XVAL= 95.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
220
4.5
Top20
Pros:Great size and range, very strong. Solid tackler, great for run support. Best S available in draft by far.
Cons:Not too many picks, still developing at the spot.

12

WR Mark Clayton
Oklahoma
XVAL= 95.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'10"
187
4.47
Top20
Pros:Great speed and hands, tough player, big YAC threat. Runs good routes, is very willing to help out in the run, fundamentally strong, understands his position well.
Cons:Undersized compared to the big WR's of today, but will do just fine.

13

CB Carlos Rogers
Auburn
XVAL= 94.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
195
4.45
Top20
Pros:Great athlete, is a playmaker. Good size and speed, natural talent.
Cons:Needs to refine his techniques, be more stout against the run.

14

DE Marcus Spears
Louisiana State
XVAL= 94.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
300
4.8
Top20
Pros:Has played and produced against top competition. Great size, solid against the run, and a deceptively productive pass rusher.
Cons:Lacks top notch speed, but will be a quality player in the league. Won't be a superstar, but a great starter is not out of the question.

15

CB Brandon Browner*
Oregon St.
XVAL= 93.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
202
4.4
Top20
Pros:Rare size and speed combo. Is a playmaker, 6 INT's as a freshman, very physical corner.
Cons:Has only played 2 years at the college level, is still a little raw.

16

MLB Channing Crowder*
Florida
XVAL= 93.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
235
4.6
Top20
Pros:He has good size and speed, is very athletic and a great tackler. Will make plays all over the field.
Cons:Lack of experience (sophomore) and past injuries are cause for concern.

17

TE Heath Miller*
Virginia
XVAL= 92.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
255
4.60
Top20
Pros:By far the best TE if he declares, a big threat as a receiver, will create mis-matches all over the field.
Cons:Not as good a blocker as he could be, that part of his game needs to be refined.

18

QB Alex Smith*
Utah
XVAL= 92.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
212
4.75
Top20
Pros:Amazing TD:INT ratio, completion percentage the last two years is also great. Takes very few sacks, doesn't throw many picks either. Extraordinarily smart, got his bachelors degree at age 20 and is currently working on a masters.
Cons:Plays in a pass happy offense, mostly from the shotgun. Will need some time to become a more comfortable pocket passer in the NFL, takes off and runs a bit too much at Utah.

19

DT Travis Johnson
Florida State
XVAL= 91.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
290
4.70
Top20
Pros:Good size, great speed for his position. Had a dominant senior year.
Cons:Character issues off the field may come into play, has also had shoulder problems in the past.

20

OT Jammal Brown
Oklahoma
XVAL= 91.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
310
4.9
Top20
Pros:Very athletic, should be able to play LT. Good size and quickness, good against both the pass and the run.
Cons:Needs to get stronger, needs some work on run blocking technique.



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JerseySTEEL
03-13-2005, 02:07 AM
21

DE Matt Roth
Iowa
XVAL= 85.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
265
4.75
Top32
Pros:Great motor, has all of the measureables you look for at DE. Very intense, always gives 110%. Great potential, will get better.
Cons:Moved from LB to DE in college, has not played the position for long - needs to refine his mechanics and add more pass rushing techniques.

22

CB Justin Miller*
Clemson
XVAL= 84.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
180
4.40
Top32
Pros:Very good cover corner, has return capabilities. Great speed, has not hit his peak yet.
Cons:Just needs more work to improve his game, shore up the run D a bit too.

23

DT Anttaj Hawthorne
Wisconsin
XVAL= 84.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
300
4.9
Top32
Pros:Great size, very strong in the middle. Solid against the run, often drew double teams.
Cons:Doesn't have great speed, could use some work on his technique. Was overshadowed by James this season.

24

WR Troy Williamson*
South Carolina
XVAL= 83.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
200
4.4
Top32
Pros:Great speed, good size. Has produced, 19.4 yards per catch this season. Big play threat.
Cons:Inexperienced, hasn't played in a pass heavy offense. Needs to develop his game further.

25

DE Shawne Merriman*
Maryland
XVAL= 83.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
245
n/a
Top32
Pros:Has good speed, has produced as a leading pass rusher at Maryland the last two years. Consistently improving.
Cons:Needs to bulk up and get stronger, could use some more work on his run D.

26

CB Adam Jones*
West Virginia
XVAL= 82.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
185
4.4
Top32
Pros:Great athlete who has great speed, also can really lay out the opponent with a big hit. Great kick returner as well.
Cons:If he bulked up a little more it would help him against some of the bigger receivers he is going to face in the NFL.

27

OLB Kevin Burnett
Tennessee
XVAL= 82.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
235
4.55
Top32
Pros:Knows all the intricacies of his position, and plays it very well. Solid all-around guy, may sneak into middle part of the first round.
Cons:Had a knee injury in the past.

28

DT Shaun Cody
Southern California
XVAL= 81.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
285
4.75
Top32
Pros:Good speed, great pass rusher inside. Played DT for 3 years at USC before going outside to DE this year.
Cons:He'll play either DT or DE, depending on which team he goes to, could go either way.

29

DE Erasmus James
Wisconsin
XVAL= 81.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
263
n/a
Top32
Pros:Another great pass rusher, good size and instincts on the field. Tons of potential.
Cons:Has the ability to do a lot more than he has done so far, he'll be a boom or bust player.

30

CB Marlin Jackson
Michigan
XVAL= 80.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
200
4.40
Top32
Pros:Great size, physical coverage techniques. Good recovery speed when he needs it.
Cons:Was switched to S as a junior, back to CB as a senior and has improved drastically there.

31

SS Ernest Shazor*
Michigan
XVAL= 80.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
225
4.45
Top32
Pros:Perfect size and great speed for safety. Very physical, will hit you in the mouth. Stuffs the run well, good in coverage.
Cons:Doesn't make a lot of interceptions, would rather level a guy with the big hit than go for the pick. Sometimes has mental lapses.

32

OG Elton Brown
Virginia
XVAL= 79.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'6"
335
5.05
Top32
Pros:Team captain, very athletic for his size. Great run blocker, very powerful. Consistently improving, will only get better.
Cons:Could use a little work against the pass.

33

DE Dan Cody
Oklahoma
XVAL= 77.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
265
4.75
Round2
Pros:Has had great production with a great program, has the right size and speed for the spot.
Cons:Left the team for mental health reasons in '01, fainted in a game at the end of this year. Were his great stats him or the supporting cast? That will have to be answered.

34

DT C.J. Mosley
Missouri
XVAL= 77.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
305
4.95
Round2
Pros:Good speed for the position, great size with room to grow. Has produced early and often, is a disrupting force on the line.
Cons:Is a junior declaration and has some finer points to sharpen in his game.

35

RB Marion Barber*
Minnesota
XVAL= 76.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
215
4.48 e
Round2
Pros:Nice combination of power and speed. Marion's running style is cross between Curtis Martin and Shaun Alexander.
Cons:Had carries taken from him by a very productive teammate that stole a little of Marion's thunder. Needs to work on receiving skills part of that is the system but 3 receptions for the year seems awefully low.

36

MLB Odell Thurman*
Georgia
XVAL= 76.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
230
4.70
Round2
Pros:Strong, makes good tackles. Atheltic, has good, but not great, speed. Declared early for financial reasons to support his family, driven to succeed.
Cons:A little short for the spot and has only 3 years of experience, will need a little time to acclimate to the NFL, but will make an impact.

37

WR Roddy White
UAB
XVAL= 76.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
205
4.4
Round2
Pros:Is a great deep threat, has good size and speed. Is able to create separation, tough guy. Not afraid to go over the middle.
Cons:Needs to work on the little things, improving his routes and his blocking.

38

OT Adam Terry
Syracuse
XVAL= 76.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'7"
324
5.2
Round2
Pros:Very tall, has a good frame to work with. Technically solid, has good feet, plenty of starting experience. Projects to LT.
Cons:Needs to get stronger, and at 6'7'' he has the frame to do so.

39

OLB Darryl Blackstock*
Virginia
XVAL= 75.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
230
4.7
Round2
Pros:Great size and good speed for outside backer, excellent pass rusher.
Cons:Played with another great in Ahmad Brooks, needs to improve his run D.

40

OG David Baas
Michigan
XVAL= 75.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
320
5.1
Round2
Pros:Very strong, has a mean streak. Technically sound, will start on opening day.
Cons:Could use a little more work in pass protection.

JerseySTEEL
03-13-2005, 02:08 AM
41

QB Andrew Walter
Arizona St.
XVAL= 75.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
221
4.85
Round2
Pros:Great size and arm strength, good leader on the field. TD-INT ratio improved consitently, 28-15 to 24-10 to 30-9.
Cons:Major shoulder injury at the end of this season, will likely undergo surgery, miss workouts, and slip in the draft from a first round spot which he was otherwise assured of.

42

CB Eric Green
Virginia Tech
XVAL= 75.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
200
4.50
Round2
Pros:Great athlete who makes big picks, experienced against strong competition.
Cons:Torn ACL in 2002, just now getting to the point of being fully recovered.

43

TE Alex Smith
Stanford
XVAL= 74.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
245
4.80
Round2
Pros:Has good size, is a solid route runner, doesn't drop many balls. Can do damage after the catch.
Cons:Needs to toughen up and become a better blocker.

44

MLB Lance Mitchell
Oklahoma
XVAL= 74.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
240
4.55
Round2
Pros:Very talented, makes big hits, rarely fails to being down his man. Productive in a strong defensive unit.
Cons:Torn ACL in 2003, and is not completely recovered from it yet.

45

QB Jason Campbell
Auburn
XVAL= 74.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
228
n/a
Round2
Pros:Rising player on the draft boards... Quietly had the third best collegiate passer rating in 2004. Great size and physical tools, has decent mobility, can make all of the throws. Had a great supporting cast with RB's Williams and Brown. Leaders with his
Cons:Had a great supporting cast - many feel that is behind more of his sucess, and not vice-versa. Wasn't great early in his college career, really pulled it together this year.

46

DT Luis Castillo
Northwestern
XVAL= 74.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
305
n/a
Round2
Pros:Good size and quickness, great strength. Used to be a wrestler, that has been credited by many top defenders, especially DT's, as having helped their game.
Cons:Not much bad to say about him, he just needs more exposure to the scouting community.

47

OT Wesley Britt
Alabama
XVAL= 73.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'7"
315
5.0
Round2
Pros:Great height and feet, should be able to play LT. Already good against the run, as well as improving against the pass.
Cons:With that height he needs to bulk up, more strength and he could be a monster.

48

DE Justin Tuck
Notre Dame
XVAL= 73.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
245
4.56
Round2
Pros:Another great speed rusher, very long arms to get good leverage. Has played against top teams at ND and still produced.
Cons:Needs to add bulk and get stronger, in addition to just refining his techniques as a whole.

49

QB Charlie Frye
Akron
XVAL= 73.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
215
4.6
Round2
Pros:Good size, average arm strength. Strong leader, good atheltic ability.
Cons:Has not shown significant year to year improvement in my opinion. Has not played against top competition, and has not elevated his team to any great heights. Over-hyped prospect, will go day 1, but is just a developmental player.

50

FS Brodney Pool*
Oklahoma
XVAL= 73.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
208
4.5
Round2
Pros:Ballhawk, playmaker in the secondary. Good size and speed. Consistently gives 100%.
Cons:Needs to improve against the run.

51

OLB Rian Wallace*
Temple
XVAL= 72.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
245
4.65
Round2
Pros:Has good size and is a vocal leader on the defense. Makes plays all over the field, expects the best from himself and those around him.
Cons:Sometimes expects a little too much, punched out a teammate. Will also need to work on his coverage skills, its not his strength.

52

RB Ciatrick Fason*
Florida
XVAL= 72.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
215
4.4
Round2
Pros:Had a big year as a junior and declared. Has all-world speed and good size, no injury concerns.
Cons:Not a great blocker, still has room to improve all-around but has great potential.

53

WR Chris Henry*
West Virginia
XVAL= 72.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
200
4.5
Round2
Pros:Has great size and speed, all the tools you look for. Great punt returner, makes big plays there and on offense.
Cons:Has some character issues, needs to grow up a bit, take more responsibility and work harder at football.

54

CB Bryant McFadden
Florida State
XVAL= 72.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
185
4.5
Round2
Pros:Very athletic, plenty of experience against strong competition.
Cons:Needs to get stronger, more physical in his coverage. Speed isn't great either, just average.

55

MLB Kirk Morrison
San Diego State
XVAL= 71.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
240
4.65
Round2
Pros:Team leader, captain. Plenty of experience, great motor, always around the ball.
Cons:Hasn't played against the strongest opposition, needs to hone his coverage technique.

56

C Chris Spencer*
Mississippi
XVAL= 71.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
310
5.10
Round2
Pros:Great size and athleticism. Student of the game, very knowledgeable and eager to learn more. Leader of the line.
Cons:A junior declaration, so he doesn't have as much experience as some of the others at the position.

57

SS Donte Nicholson
Oklahoma
XVAL= 71.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
210
4.48
Round2
Pros:Finishes his tackles, is very good supporting the run. Good size, tough player, makes big plays when his team needs them.
Cons:His coverage skills could use some improvement.

58

OT Michael Munoz
Tennessee
XVAL= 71.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
315
5.2
Round2
Pros:Knows the position very well, technically sound. Has good size, is very mature, 2 time captain. Knows the details, works hard.
Cons:Look past the name, he is not his father. I see him as a good to great RT, but not LT in the NFL.

59

WR Reggie Brown
Georgia
XVAL= 70.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
197
4.5
Round2
Pros:Has great natural talent, decent size, good speed. Knows how to go up and take the ball away from a defender.
Cons:Doesn't seem to always give 100%, concentration must improve. Needs to commit himself to being the best, if a coach can get in his head he'd be great.

60

OG Marcus Johnson
Mississippi
XVAL= 70.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
330
4.90
Round2
Pros:Good in pass protection, great size, technically sound. Some project him to tackle, I think he'll be a much better guard.
Cons:Needs to hit the gym and get stronger.

JerseySTEEL
03-13-2005, 02:08 AM
61

TE Kevin Everett
Miami (FL)
XVAL= 70.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
250
4.77
Round2
Pros:Good size, a natural talent at the position. Good speed, coachable, tons of potential.
Cons:Doesn't have much experience, needs to get stronger, work on his blocking.

62

DE Bill Swancutt
Oregon State
XVAL= 70.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
260
4.70
Round2
Pros:Tenacious player, won't be the star of the defense but will be the guy who allows everyone else to suceed by getting his job done and then some.
Cons:Needs to add some more bulk, get stronger.

63

CB Corey Webster
Louisiana State
XVAL= 69.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
200
4.38
Round2
Pros:Blazing speed, good size, a great athlete. Tons of potential.
Cons:Converted WR, just needs more time to learn all of the details of the position.

64

FS Josh Bullocks*
Nebraska
XVAL= 69.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
195
4.55
Round2
Pros:Ballhawk with cover skills, average speed. Understands the defense well, which allows him to make big plays.
Cons:Needs to improve against the run, could bulk up a bit too.

65

RB Vernand Morency*
Oklahoma State
XVAL= 67.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'10"
215
4.45
Round3
Pros:Has great speed, is a threat to go the distance at any time. Burst onto the scene this year with great performances.
Cons:Played in the minors for 3 years, is a little older than others as a result. Has only been starting and playing a full load for 1 year.

66

OT Khalif Barnes
Washington
XVAL= 67.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
310
4.8
Round3
Pros:Very fast for OT, great frame, very strong. Vocal leader on the line, has a ton of upside.
Cons:Could use some more size, needs to work some on his run blocking technique.

67

OG Chris Kemoeatu
Utah
XVAL= 67.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
335
5.2
Round3
Pros:Big, intense, dominating force. Will knock you flat and keep you down, great run blocker.
Cons:Sometimes goes a little to far, has been disiplined for kicking defenders in the face. Just needs to control that anger a bit better.

68

DT Mike Patterson
Southern California
XVAL= 67.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
290
5.1
Round3
Pros:Decent size, is very competitive and has been a key component of the National Champs.
Cons:Other stars along that line (Cody, Udeze '03) have out-performed him, but he is a good player in his own right.

69

WR Fred Gibson
Georgia
XVAL= 66.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
200
4.5
Round3
Pros:Outstanding physical specimen, has experience returning as well, has been a playmaker. Lots of potential
Cons:Doesn't use his size enough, not as physical as he should be, needs to work on the details of his game. Could be really good, or a total bomb.

70

K Mike Nugent
Ohio State
XVAL= 66.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'10"
170
4.7
Round3
Pros:Strong leg, very accurate. Can do his own kickoffs. Makes the long field goals, as a senior went 7/9 40+ and 5/6 50+ yard FGs.
Cons:Small, but he's a kicker - its not that big a deal.

71

CB Fabian Washington*
Nebraska
XVAL= 66.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
180
4.40
Round3
Pros:Has posted good numbers, 3 year starter. Good speed, playmaker.
Cons:Still needs to refine his coverage techniques, has a lot of potential to be better than he is.

72

FS James Butler
Georgia Tech
XVAL= 66.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
210
4.50
Round3
Pros:Good size, strong and athletic, has great upside.
Cons:Needs to work on the basics of the position more, just needs game experience and good coaching, has room to improve.

73

SS Jamaal Brimmer
UNLV
XVAL= 65.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
205
4.60
Round3
Pros:Has made plays in college, puts up good numbers. Strong against the run, knows the position well.
Cons:Speed is a big issue with him, lack thereof causes problems in coverage.

74

MLB Barrett Ruud
Nebraska
XVAL= 65.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
240
4.65
Round3
Pros:Has the size and speed you look for, and a fiery demeanor and great knowledge of the game to go with it. Has the ability to step in and start on opening day.
Cons:Doesn't have the raw talent of Crowder, but will be very good.

75

RB Frank Gore*
Miami
XVAL= 65.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'10"
220
n/a
Round3
Pros:Has all of the talent in the world, just needs to get more time on the field.
Cons:Injuries are the big concern here, as well as lack of experience.

76

DT Atiyyah Ellison
Missouri
XVAL= 65.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
305
4.95
Round3
Pros:Has good size and speed for a DT, capable of being an every-down player. Solid day 2 pick.
Cons:Hasn't faced heavy competition, still needs a lot of work on the mechanics of the position.

77

QB David Greene
Georgia
XVAL= 64.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
225
4.8
Round3
Pros:Very accurate, has won a ton of games against upper level competition. Great leader, student of the game. He threw only 2 interceptions his entire senior season. He knows how to get the job done, great competitor.
Cons:Not the most physically gifted player available, only average size and arm strength. Under-rated by pro scouts, may slip into the third round.

78

CB Antonio Perkins
Oklahoma
XVAL= 64.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
195
4.35
Round3
Pros:Amazing speed, good size, heck of an athlete. Great kick returner too.
Cons:Needs to get stronger, not a really physical corner, relies on his speed.

79

OLB Michael Boley
Southern Mississippi
XVAL= 64.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
228
4.58
Round3
Pros:Solid pass rusher, better defending the run. Has put up good numbers, improved in his senior year.
Cons:Needs to bulk up and get stronger, if a pulling lineman gets their hands on him he will have trouble getting off blocks in the NFL at that size.

80

RB Eric Shelton
Louisville
XVAL= 64.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
245
n/a
Round3
Pros:
Cons:

JerseySTEEL
03-13-2005, 02:09 AM
81

OLB Ryan Claridge
UNLV
XVAL= 63.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
250
4.71
Round3
Pros:Has been productive in college, has good football knowledge and the drive to succeed.
Cons:Has had numerous injury problems, and his speed may be an issue.

82

MLB Robert McCune
Louisville
XVAL= 63.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
240
4.42
Round3
Pros:Very fast for MLB, uses that to make plays all over the field. Tough, has served overseas in the military.
Cons:Still learning the position, lots of potential - will need time to fully develop.

83

OLB Demarcus Ware
Troy State
XVAL= 63.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
247
4.68
Round3
Pros:Great pass rusher, has been very productive at Troy State. Doesn't have track speed, but has the quickness to make plays.
Cons:Converted DE, still needs to refine his LB skills, especially in pass coverage. Also played against weaker opponents, will need time to adjust to NFL.

84

DE Chris Canty
Virginia
XVAL= 63.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'6"
290
5.0
Round3
Pros:Great size, quick, great as a run stopper. Improving against the pass.
Cons:Injuries are the big concern, status may rise or fall at workouts depending upon what his knee can handle.

85

DE Jovan Haye*
Vanderbilt
XVAL= 62.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
280
4.78
Round3
Pros:All-around DE with good size and speed, can play the run and pass effectively.
Cons:Is coming out early off a year where his sack production dropped from 8.5 as a sophomore to 1 as a junior.

86

FS Mitch Meeuwsen
Oregon State
XVAL= 62.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
210
n/a
Round3
Pros:Great ability to adjust to the ball, very intelligent, knows the details of his position.
Cons:Overshadowed by Browner, who has been his partner in crime at OSU.

87

SS Junior Rosegreen
Auburn
XVAL= 62.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
196
4.57
Round3
Pros:Safety who excels in coming up to stop the run, big hitter.
Cons:A little undersized, has some problems in coverage.

88

C Ben Wilkerson
Louisiana State
XVAL= 62.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
300
5.0
Round3
Pros:Four year starter, has decent speed, knows the details of the position very well. Good run blocker, improving against the pass.
Cons:Needs to get stronger, has had some injury problems that may drop his status a bit.

89

MLB Boomer Grigsby
Illinois State
XVAL= 61.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
250
4.47
Round3
Pros:Has good speed for the position, makes a ton of plays, solid tackler, leader on the field.
Cons:Undersized, but strives to overcome that. Could also get a little stronger. Small school DI-AA player.

90

FS Oshiomogho Atogwe
Stanford
XVAL= 61.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
215
4.52
Round3
Pros:Team captain, has played both safety spots. Big hitter, solid run supporter, and always around the ball.
Cons:Isn't great in coverage and needs to hone his game in that area to be more complete.

91

WR Craphonso Thorpe
Florida State
XVAL= 61.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
195
4.37
Round3
Pros:He's the sort who might be a workout warrior and climb the charts. Has great speed and has produced consistently at a top school.
Cons:Broke his leg in the recent past, that slowed him down a bit this year.

92

OT Chris Colmer
NC State
XVAL= 61.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
305
n/a
Round3
Pros:Technically sound, good height. Strong, aggressive player, knows the position well.
Cons:Health is a big concern. Was afflicted with Parsonage-Turner Syndrome, causing numbness in his arm.

93

TE Joel Dreessen
Colorado State
XVAL= 60.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
260
4.79
Round3
Pros:Has good size and speed, works hard to finish his blocks. Is a solid receiving threat, improving in all aspects of his game.
Cons:Needs to keep improving all-around, doesn't have the polish some of the others ahead of him do.

94

RB Ryan Moats*
LA Tech
XVAL= 60.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'9"
209
4.5
Round3
Pros:Has very good moves, puts up great numbers. Good leader on the field, makes big plays.
Cons:Short, isn't a great blocker. Needs to work more on catching the ball as well.

95

QB Kyle Orton
Purdue
XVAL= 60.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
226
4.9
Round3
Pros:Prototypical QB size, and has the toughness to match it. A fiery leader, demands that those around him step up their game. Very strong arm, accurate, doesn't throw many interceptions.
Cons:Some see him as a system QB, had a poor showing at the Senior Bowl.

96

WR Vincent Jackson
Northern Colorado
XVAL= 60.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'6"
235
4.53
Round3
Pros:The man is TALL. He uses that to his advantage, and is a dominating physical receiver who makes big plays. #1 receiver potential.
Cons:Didn't exactly face elite competition at N Colorado, needs to work on the little things to get better.

97

WR Terrence Murphy
Texas A&M
XVAL= 59.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
195
4.4
Round3
Pros:Fast, tough, smart player. Knows the game - runs good, clean routes. Also a great KO returner, among best in conference.
Cons:Needs to work on his hands a bit, doesn't seem to have the talent of a #1 receiver, but would be a great #2 guy.

98

C Jason Brown
North Carolina
XVAL= 59.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
330
5.25
Round3
Pros:Strength is beyond belief, puts others to shame in the weight room. Tons of potential, just will take time.
Cons:Slow, inexperienced at center, converted there from tackle. Raw.

99

CB Darrent Williams
Oklahoma State
XVAL= 59.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'9"
175
4.4
Round3
Pros:Good kick returner, great speed with good burst. 3 year starter with plenty of experience.
Cons:Lacks ideal size and strength, he will struggle against bigger receivers in the NFL. Seems to be relegated in pros to a nickel role.

100

DE George Gause
South Carolina
XVAL= 59.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
270
4.85
Round3
Pros:Consistently improving, has put up good numbers. Is very strong, has good size.
Cons:Has split time between LB and DE, needs more time at the position, will improve. Speed is average, not great.

clevestinks
03-13-2005, 07:32 AM
Jersey what do you do for a living that you have this much time?lol You keep us updated as well as entertained

JerseySTEEL
03-13-2005, 08:24 AM
right know i dotn havce a full time job lol only parttime and iama part tiem college student.

ironcitychef
03-13-2005, 09:45 AM
Please tell me you are majoring in draft preparation, anything else would be a waste of talent.

JerseySTEEL
03-13-2005, 08:44 PM
lol no iam going pc programming lol.

BlitzburghRockCity
03-13-2005, 11:45 PM
Now we know where Mel Kiper gets his info ! :D Great stuff!

ironcitychef
03-15-2005, 01:02 AM
# 83 Demarcus Ware - that fits right into our slot area if some drop. Any news on him recently?

JerseySTEEL
03-15-2005, 12:22 PM
Ravens | Scouting Ware
Thu, 10 Mar 2005 19:55:17 -0800

The Baltimore Ravens have dispatched linebackers coach Jeff FitzGerald to Troy State to check out LB DeMarcus Ware in preparation for the NFL Draft.


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Titans | Interviewed Ware at Combine
Sat, 5 Mar 2005 10:39:16 -0800

Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, reports the Tennessee Titans conducted an interview with Troy State's LB DeMarcus Ware at the NFL Scouting Combine.


only info i could find on him.

BlitzburghRockCity
03-15-2005, 12:29 PM
Looking for a replacement for lewis huh :toofunny:

JerseySTEEL
03-15-2005, 01:01 PM
lol he is getting older :busted:

BlitzburghRockCity
03-15-2005, 01:06 PM
and slower.. u could see last year, he wasnt nearly as explosive or on top of his game week in and week out like years past.

JerseySTEEL
03-15-2005, 11:02 PM
ya very true alot of teams agreed to run stright at ray to wear him out.

BlitzburghRockCity
03-15-2005, 11:05 PM
thats how you defend great players.. LB's, DE's etc. you run straight at them w/ a pulling guard or FB. Its when you try to avoid them that they make the big plays.

JerseySTEEL
03-15-2005, 11:31 PM
was great the ravnes game vs the cheifs this year ay was saying he got double teamed all the tiem but we only say a couple times he just got blocked by the same guy no one new lol.

HinesWard4Life8682
03-18-2005, 10:35 PM
damn jersey i am impressed.... an example of a true dedicated steelers fan

HinesWard4Life8682
03-18-2005, 10:38 PM
i still think zach thomas wiithout a doubt is in the top 3 MLB's today

i look at it like

1. Zach Thomas
2. James Farrior
3. Brian Urlacher (amazing when healthy and i hate when ppl say he is overrated)

HinesWard4Life8682
03-18-2005, 10:39 PM
and for the draft... Maybe getting heath miller at TE? But i still see us getting a DE with how much talented ones there are and maybe even a CB

BlitzburghRockCity
03-18-2005, 10:51 PM
with only tuman and kranchik as our TE's, full time ones atleast, on the roster, it's safe to say we'll grab one at some point in the draft.

ironcitychef
03-18-2005, 11:50 PM
Couple things in catching up...

1) As for Lewis, he is only slower in getting to the sidelines. He used to be able to come back all the way against the grain, not now. If he guesses wrong at the snap, then he is out tof the play. As for other areas, I think he misses his D-line. I saw more FB's getting through and sticking Ray 5-7 yards up field. Heck look what Krieder did against him. That will make anyone look human.

2) As for the draft, thanks for the Ware update. I saw a mock draft where is is going in teh top 30, once to us, once to Philly. So keep your ears on. I think with TE's and OT's stopping in and us not signing, shows we think there is plenty of value in the draft.

JerseySTEEL
03-19-2005, 03:34 PM
well know u now why i flip otu when non steeelrs fans show up! go steelers

JerseySTEEL
03-30-2005, 06:13 AM
up date on top 100

JerseySTEEL
03-30-2005, 06:14 AM
1

OLB Derrick Johnson
Texas
XVAL= 101.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
230
4.50
Top10
Pros:Has everything that you look for physically in a LB, makes plays all over the field. Has his own strip/fumble swat when tackling.
Cons:Sometimes tries to do too much, and as a result gets caught out of position.

2

RB Ronnie Brown
Auburn
XVAL= 100.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
225
4.45
Top10
Pros:He can do it all. Great size and speed, runs people over and can get outside as a ballcarrier. Great receiver out of the backfield, good blocker.
Cons:None - he is simply the best RB in the draft, and the most complete prospect at the position that I have seen in years.

3

WR Mike Williams*
Southern California
XVAL= 99.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
228
4.56
Top10
Pros:All of the size and skills that you could ask for, throw the ball up there and he will take it away from everyone else. The sky is the limit.
Cons:Has not played for a year, lacks blazing speed.

4

QB Aaron Rodgers*
California
XVAL= 99.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
220
4.47
Top10
Pros:Very accurate, with a strong arm, can make any throw asked of him. Good athletic ability, very sound mechanically. Good leader and mentality, has the ability AND desire to be a franchise QB.
Cons:Size is only average, has only played 2 seasons of college ball. That said, if he declares he should be one of the top picks, if not #1 overall, come draft day.

5

RB Carnell Williams
Auburn
XVAL= 98.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
205
4.50
Top10
Pros:Amazing athletic ability, makes cuts that look impossible. Tough runner despite small size, great balance, can make people miss.
Cons:Not a great blocker, his hands need work as well.

6

CB Antrel Rolle
Miami
XVAL= 98.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
205
4.45
Top10
Pros:Great cover corner, also knows how to step up and stop the run. Good blitzer, fundamentally sound.
Cons:Had an off-field brush with the law last off-season, but it appears to be behind him.

7

WR Braylon Edwards
Michigan
XVAL= 97.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
206
4.45
Top10
Pros:The man can run, and when the big play calls, he answers. Good size, good hands, amazing athlete.
Cons:Has had some drops with easy passes, needs to be more consistent in his effort.

8

CB Carlos Rogers
Auburn
XVAL= 97.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
195
4.45
Top10
Pros:Great athlete, is a playmaker. Good size and speed, natural talent.
Cons:Needs to refine his techniques, be more stout against the run.

9

DE Marcus Spears
Louisiana State
XVAL= 96.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
300
4.8
Top10
Pros:Has played and produced against top competition. Great size, solid against the run, and a deceptively productive pass rusher.
Cons:Lacks top notch speed, but will be a quality player in the league. Won't be a superstar, but a great starter is not out of the question.

10

QB Alex Smith*
Utah
XVAL= 96.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
212
4.75
Top10
Pros:Amazing TD:INT ratio, completion percentage the last two years is also great. Takes very few sacks, doesn't throw many picks either. Extraordinarily smart, got his bachelors degree at age 20 and is currently working on a masters.
Cons:Plays in a pass happy offense, mostly from the shotgun. Will need some time to become a more comfortable pocket passer in the NFL, takes off and runs a bit too much at Utah.

11

DE Shawne Merriman*
Maryland
XVAL= 95.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
245
n/a
Top20
Pros:Has good speed, has produced as a leading pass rusher at Maryland the last two years. Consistently improving.
Cons:Needs to bulk up and get stronger, could use some more work on his run D.

12

OT Alex Barron
Florida State
XVAL= 95.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'6"
315
4.8
Top20
Pros:Plays the coveted left tackle, and is the best OT prospect available. Great pass protector, good height and quick feet.
Cons:Will need some more technique work, won't be an all-world level LT, but will be upper-tier.

13

WR Mark Clayton
Oklahoma
XVAL= 94.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'10"
187
4.47
Top20
Pros:Great speed and hands, tough player, big YAC threat. Runs good routes, is very willing to help out in the run, fundamentally strong, understands his position well.
Cons:Undersized compared to the big WR's of today, but will do just fine.

14

DE David Pollack
Georgia
XVAL= 94.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
280
4.75
Top20
Pros:Great motor, can do it all at DE. Great against the run, great against the pass, has a knack for making big plays. Team captain, quality leader.
Cons:A little undersized when compared to the prototypical DE, could get a little stronger. Neither issue is all that important.

15

RB Cedric Benson
Texas
XVAL= 93.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
220
4.5
Top20
Pros:Great size, powerful runner who can break for big gainers too. Has all of the physical tools and abilities to be a Pro Bowl back.
Cons:Character counts, and he is sorely lacking. Is of the "there's no I in team but there is a me" philosophy. May be the first RB taken, but is a risk.

16

CB Adam Jones*
West Virginia
XVAL= 93.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
185
4.4
Top20
Pros:Great athlete who has great speed, also can really lay out the opponent with a big hit. Great kick returner as well.
Cons:If he bulked up a little more it would help him against some of the bigger receivers he is going to face in the NFL.

17

DT Travis Johnson
Florida State
XVAL= 92.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
290
4.70
Top20
Pros:Good size, great speed for his position. Had a dominant senior year.
Cons:Character issues off the field may come into play, has also had shoulder problems in the past.

18

WR Troy Williamson*
South Carolina
XVAL= 92.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
200
4.4
Top20
Pros:Great speed, good size. Has produced, 19.4 yards per catch this season. Big play threat.
Cons:Inexperienced, hasn't played in a pass heavy offense. Needs to develop his game further.

19

DT Shaun Cody
Southern California
XVAL= 91.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
285
4.75
Top20
Pros:Good speed, great pass rusher inside. Played DT for 3 years at USC before going outside to DE this year.
Cons:He'll play either DT or DE, depending on which team he goes to, could go either way.

20

CB Justin Miller*
Clemson
XVAL= 91.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
180
4.40
Top20
Pros:Very good cover corner, has return capabilities. Great speed, has not hit his peak yet.
Cons:Just needs more work to improve his game, shore up the run D a bit too.

JerseySTEEL
03-30-2005, 06:14 AM
21

SS Thomas Davis*
Georgia
XVAL= 85.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
220
4.5
Top32
Pros:Great size and range, very strong. Solid tackler, great for run support. Best S available in draft by far.
Cons:Not too many picks, still developing at the spot.

22

OT Jammal Brown
Oklahoma
XVAL= 84.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
310
4.9
Top32
Pros:Very athletic, should be able to play LT. Good size and quickness, good against both the pass and the run.
Cons:Needs to get stronger, needs some work on run blocking technique.

23

OT Khalif Barnes
Washington
XVAL= 84.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
310
4.8
Top32
Pros:Very fast for OT, great frame, very strong. Vocal leader on the line, has a ton of upside.
Cons:Could use some more size, needs to work some on his run blocking technique.

24

DE Matt Roth
Iowa
XVAL= 83.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
265
4.75
Top32
Pros:Great motor, has all of the measureables you look for at DE. Very intense, always gives 110%. Great potential, will get better.
Cons:Moved from LB to DE in college, has not played the position for long - needs to refine his mechanics and add more pass rushing techniques.

25

TE Heath Miller*
Virginia
XVAL= 83.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
255
4.60
Top32
Pros:By far the best TE if he declares, a big threat as a receiver, will create mis-matches all over the field.
Cons:Not as good a blocker as he could be, that part of his game needs to be refined.

26

FS Brodney Pool*
Oklahoma
XVAL= 82.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
208
4.5
Top32
Pros:Ballhawk, playmaker in the secondary. Good size and speed. Consistently gives 100%.
Cons:Needs to improve against the run.

27

MLB Channing Crowder*
Florida
XVAL= 82.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
235
4.6
Top32
Pros:He has good size and speed, is very athletic and a great tackler. Will make plays all over the field.
Cons:Lack of experience (sophomore) and past injuries are cause for concern.

28

OG David Baas
Michigan
XVAL= 81.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
320
5.1
Top32
Pros:Very strong, has a mean streak. Technically sound, will start on opening day.
Cons:Could use a little more work in pass protection.

29

DE Dan Cody
Oklahoma
XVAL= 81.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
265
4.75
Top32
Pros:Has had great production with a great program, has the right size and speed for the spot.
Cons:Left the team for mental health reasons in '01, fainted in a game at the end of this year. Were his great stats him or the supporting cast? That will have to be answered.

30

DT Luis Castillo
Northwestern
XVAL= 80.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
305
n/a
Top32
Pros:Good size and quickness, great strength. Used to be a wrestler, that has been credited by many top defenders, especially DT's, as having helped their game.
Cons:Not much bad to say about him, he just needs more exposure to the scouting community.

31

DE Erasmus James
Wisconsin
XVAL= 80.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
263
n/a
Top32
Pros:Another great pass rusher, good size and instincts on the field. Tons of potential.
Cons:Has the ability to do a lot more than he has done so far, he'll be a boom or bust player.

32

OLB Kevin Burnett
Tennessee
XVAL= 79.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
235
4.55
Top32
Pros:Knows all the intricacies of his position, and plays it very well. Solid all-around guy, may sneak into middle part of the first round.
Cons:Had a knee injury in the past.

33

WR Reggie Brown
Georgia
XVAL= 77.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
197
4.5
Round2
Pros:Has great natural talent, decent size, good speed. Knows how to go up and take the ball away from a defender.
Cons:Doesn't seem to always give 100%, concentration must improve. Needs to commit himself to being the best, if a coach can get in his head he'd be great.

34

OLB Darryl Blackstock*
Virginia
XVAL= 77.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
230
4.7
Round2
Pros:Great size and good speed for outside backer, excellent pass rusher.
Cons:Played with another great in Ahmad Brooks, needs to improve his run D.

35

QB Jason Campbell
Auburn
XVAL= 76.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
228
n/a
Round2
Pros:Rising player on the draft boards... Quietly had the third best collegiate passer rating in 2004. Great size and physical tools, has decent mobility, can make all of the throws. Had a great supporting cast with RB's Williams and Brown. Leaders with his
Cons:Had a great supporting cast - many feel that is behind more of his sucess, and not vice-versa. Wasn't great early in his college career, really pulled it together this year.

36

RB Marion Barber*
Minnesota
XVAL= 76.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
215
4.48 e
Round2
Pros:Nice combination of power and speed. Marion's running style is cross between Curtis Martin and Shaun Alexander.
Cons:Had carries taken from him by a very productive teammate that stole a little of Marion's thunder. Needs to work on receiving skills part of that is the system but 3 receptions for the year seems awefully low.

37

OLB Demarcus Ware
Troy State
XVAL= 76.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
247
4.68
Round2
Pros:Great pass rusher, has been very productive at Troy State. Doesn't have track speed, but has the quickness to make plays.
Cons:Converted DE, still needs to refine his LB skills, especially in pass coverage. Also played against weaker opponents, will need time to adjust to NFL.

38

WR Roddy White
UAB
XVAL= 76.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
205
4.4
Round2
Pros:Is a great deep threat, has good size and speed. Is able to create separation, tough guy. Not afraid to go over the middle.
Cons:Needs to work on the little things, improving his routes and his blocking.

39

OT Adam Terry
Syracuse
XVAL= 75.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'7"
324
5.2
Round2
Pros:Very tall, has a good frame to work with. Technically solid, has good feet, plenty of starting experience. Projects to LT.
Cons:Needs to get stronger, and at 6'7'' he has the frame to do so.

40

MLB Odell Thurman*
Georgia
XVAL= 75.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
230
4.70
Round2
Pros:Strong, makes good tackles. Atheltic, has good, but not great, speed. Declared early for financial reasons to support his family, driven to succeed.
Cons:A little short for the spot and has only 3 years of experience, will need a little time to acclimate to the NFL, but will make an impact.

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03-30-2005, 06:15 AM
41

CB Fabian Washington*
Nebraska
XVAL= 75.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
180
4.40
Round2
Pros:Has posted good numbers, 3 year starter. Good speed, playmaker.
Cons:Still needs to refine his coverage techniques, has a lot of potential to be better than he is.

42

DT C.J. Mosley
Missouri
XVAL= 75.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
305
4.95
Round2
Pros:Good speed for the position, great size with room to grow. Has produced early and often, is a disrupting force on the line.
Cons:Is a junior declaration and has some finer points to sharpen in his game.

43

DE Justin Tuck
Notre Dame
XVAL= 74.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
245
4.56
Round2
Pros:Another great speed rusher, very long arms to get good leverage. Has played against top teams at ND and still produced.
Cons:Needs to add bulk and get stronger, in addition to just refining his techniques as a whole.

44

CB Bryant McFadden
Florida State
XVAL= 74.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
185
4.5
Round2
Pros:Very athletic, plenty of experience against strong competition.
Cons:Needs to get stronger, more physical in his coverage. Speed isn't great either, just average.

45

CB Brandon Browner*
Oregon St.
XVAL= 74.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
202
4.4
Round2
Pros:Rare size and speed combo. Is a playmaker, 6 INT's as a freshman, very physical corner.
Cons:Has only played 2 years at the college level, is still a little raw.

46

SS Donte Nicholson
Oklahoma
XVAL= 74.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
210
4.48
Round2
Pros:Finishes his tackles, is very good supporting the run. Good size, tough player, makes big plays when his team needs them.
Cons:His coverage skills could use some improvement.

47

RB Ciatrick Fason*
Florida
XVAL= 73.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
215
4.4
Round2
Pros:Had a big year as a junior and declared. Has all-world speed and good size, no injury concerns.
Cons:Not a great blocker, still has room to improve all-around but has great potential.

48

K Mike Nugent
Ohio State
XVAL= 73.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'10"
170
4.7
Round2
Pros:Strong leg, very accurate. Can do his own kickoffs. Makes the long field goals, as a senior went 7/9 40+ and 5/6 50+ yard FGs.
Cons:Small, but he's a kicker - its not that big a deal.

49

DE Jovan Haye*
Vanderbilt
XVAL= 73.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
280
4.78
Round2
Pros:All-around DE with good size and speed, can play the run and pass effectively.
Cons:Is coming out early off a year where his sack production dropped from 8.5 as a sophomore to 1 as a junior.

50

MLB Lance Mitchell
Oklahoma
XVAL= 73.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
240
4.55
Round2
Pros:Very talented, makes big hits, rarely fails to being down his man. Productive in a strong defensive unit.
Cons:Torn ACL in 2003, and is not completely recovered from it yet.

51

OG Elton Brown
Virginia
XVAL= 72.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'6"
335
5.05
Round2
Pros:Team captain, very athletic for his size. Great run blocker, very powerful. Consistently improving, will only get better.
Cons:Could use a little work against the pass.

52

SS Ernest Shazor*
Michigan
XVAL= 72.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
225
4.45
Round2
Pros:Perfect size and great speed for safety. Very physical, will hit you in the mouth. Stuffs the run well, good in coverage.
Cons:Doesn't make a lot of interceptions, would rather level a guy with the big hit than go for the pick. Sometimes has mental lapses.

53

OG Chris Kemoeatu
Utah
XVAL= 72.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
335
5.2
Round2
Pros:Big, intense, dominating force. Will knock you flat and keep you down, great run blocker.
Cons:Sometimes goes a little to far, has been disiplined for kicking defenders in the face. Just needs to control that anger a bit better.

54

FS Josh Bullocks*
Nebraska
XVAL= 72.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
195
4.55
Round2
Pros:Ballhawk with cover skills, average speed. Understands the defense well, which allows him to make big plays.
Cons:Needs to improve against the run, could bulk up a bit too.

55

OT Wesley Britt
Alabama
XVAL= 71.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'7"
315
5.0
Round2
Pros:Great height and feet, should be able to play LT. Already good against the run, as well as improving against the pass.
Cons:With that height he needs to bulk up, more strength and he could be a monster.

56

DT Anttaj Hawthorne
Wisconsin
XVAL= 71.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
300
4.9
Round2
Pros:Great size, very strong in the middle. Solid against the run, often drew double teams.
Cons:Doesn't have great speed, could use some work on his technique. Was overshadowed by James this season.

57

QB Charlie Frye
Akron
XVAL= 71.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
215
4.6
Round2
Pros:Good size, average arm strength. Strong leader, good atheltic ability.
Cons:Has not shown significant year to year improvement in my opinion. Has not played against top competition, and has not elevated his team to any great heights. Over-hyped prospect, will go day 1, but is just a developmental player.

58

WR Matt Jones
Arkansas
XVAL= 71.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'6"
230
4.4
Round2
Pros:Extremely athletic, great runner. All out competitor, wants to win.
Cons:Has switched position from QB to WR this offseason, still very raw at the position.

59

MLB Robert McCune
Louisville
XVAL= 70.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
240
4.42
Round2
Pros:Very fast for MLB, uses that to make plays all over the field. Tough, has served overseas in the military.
Cons:Still learning the position, lots of potential - will need time to fully develop.

60

TE Alex Smith
Stanford
XVAL= 70.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
245
4.80
Round2
Pros:Has good size, is a solid route runner, doesn't drop many balls. Can do damage after the catch.
Cons:Needs to toughen up and become a better blocker.

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03-30-2005, 06:16 AM
61

CB Marlin Jackson
Michigan
XVAL= 70.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
200
4.40
Round2
Pros:Great size, physical coverage techniques. Good recovery speed when he needs it.
Cons:Was switched to S as a junior, back to CB as a senior and has improved drastically there.

62

C Chris Spencer*
Mississippi
XVAL= 70.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
310
5.10
Round2
Pros:Great size and athleticism. Student of the game, very knowledgeable and eager to learn more. Leader of the line.
Cons:A junior declaration, so he doesn't have as much experience as some of the others at the position.

63

SS Andre Maddox
North Carolina State
XVAL= 69.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
200
4.52
Round2
Pros:Another great run stopper. Dishes out big hits early and often, always gets in on the play.
Cons:Not great in coverage, will be on the sideline for passing downs.

64

SS Gerald Sensabaugh
North Carolina/ETSU
XVAL= 69.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
217
4.55
Round2
Pros:Great special teamer. Good size, makes plays and puts up big tackle numbers.
Cons:Only had 1 year at high level competition, was D-IAA before that. Will need more time to learn the details of the position at the higher level.

65

WR Chris Henry*
West Virginia
XVAL= 67.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
200
4.5
Round3
Pros:Has great size and speed, all the tools you look for. Great punt returner, makes big plays there and on offense.
Cons:Has some character issues, needs to grow up a bit, take more responsibility and work harder at football.

66

DT Atiyyah Ellison
Missouri
XVAL= 67.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
305
4.95
Round3
Pros:Has good size and speed for a DT, capable of being an every-down player.
Cons:Hasn't faced heavy competition, still needs a lot of work on the mechanics of the position.

67

OLB Derek Wake
Penn St.
XVAL= 67.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
241
4.75
Round3
Pros:Very athletic, converted DE who knows how to get to the QB. Very strong, has a ton of potential.
Cons:Inexperienced at LB, as he has only played there for a year. COuld line up at rush DE early on, just needs time to develop.

68

CB Stanley Wilson
Stanford
XVAL= 67.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
185
4.40
Round3
Pros:
Cons:

69

QB Andrew Walter
Arizona St.
XVAL= 66.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
221
4.85
Round3
Pros:Great size and arm strength, good leader on the field. TD-INT ratio improved consitently, 28-15 to 24-10 to 30-9.
Cons:Major shoulder injury at the end of this season, will likely undergo surgery, miss workouts, and slip in the draft from a first round spot which he was otherwise assured of.

70

OT Chris Colmer
NC State
XVAL= 66.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
305
n/a
Round3
Pros:Technically sound, good height. Strong, aggressive player, knows the position well.
Cons:Health is a big concern. Was afflicted with Parsonage-Turner Syndrome, causing numbness in his arm.

71

QB Adrian McPherson
Nashville - AFL
XVAL= 66.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
220
4.51
Round3
Pros:He has all of the physical talent in the world, came in and dominated the AFL this past season. He is trying to show his maturity via his AFL results, and that move looks like it may pay off.
Cons:Character issues abound here, gambling is taboo in the NFL. The NCAA refused to let him back in, even at a minor program.

72

RB J.J. Arrington
California
XVAL= 66.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'8"
208
4.45
Round3
Pros:Had a huge senior year, has consistently put up good numbers. has good speed and burst, good hands for a receiver out of the backfield, runs strong, can break the long one at anytime or anywhere on the field.
Cons:A little undersized, needs to improve his blocking, hold onto the rock better, durability.

73

OLB Michael Boley
Southern Mississippi
XVAL= 65.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
228
4.58
Round3
Pros:Solid pass rusher, better defending the run. Has put up good numbers, improved in his senior year.
Cons:Needs to bulk up and get stronger, if a pulling lineman gets their hands on him he will have trouble getting off blocks in the NFL at that size.

74

RB Eric Shelton
Louisville
XVAL= 65.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
245
n/a
Round3
Pros:
Cons:

75

DT Mike Patterson
Southern California
XVAL= 65.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
290
5.1
Round3
Pros:Decent size, is very competitive and has been a key component of the National Champs.
Cons:Other stars along that line (Cody, Udeze '03) have out-performed him, but he is a good player in his own right.

76

WR Fred Gibson
Georgia
XVAL= 65.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
200
4.5
Round3
Pros:Outstanding physical specimen, has experience returning as well, has been a playmaker. Lots of potential
Cons:Doesn't use his size enough, not as physical as he should be, needs to work on the details of his game. Could be really good, or a total bomb.

77

RB Vernand Morency*
Oklahoma State
XVAL= 64.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'10"
215
4.45
Round3
Pros:Has great speed, is a threat to go the distance at any time. Burst onto the scene this year with great performances.
Cons:Played in the minors for 3 years, is a little older than others as a result. Has only been starting and playing a full load for 1 year.

78

CB Eric Green
Virginia Tech
XVAL= 64.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
200
4.50
Round3
Pros:Great athlete who makes big picks, experienced against strong competition.
Cons:Torn ACL in 2002, just now getting to the point of being fully recovered.

79

FS James Butler
Georgia Tech
XVAL= 64.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
210
4.50
Round3
Pros:Good size, strong and athletic, has great upside.
Cons:Needs to work on the basics of the position more, just needs game experience and good coaching, has room to improve.

80

MLB Kirk Morrison
San Diego State
XVAL= 64.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
240
4.65
Round3
Pros:Team leader, captain. Plenty of experience, great motor, always around the ball.
Cons:Hasn't played against the strongest opposition, needs to hone his coverage technique.

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03-30-2005, 06:16 AM
81

WR Terrence Murphy
Texas A&M
XVAL= 63.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'1"
195
4.4
Round3
Pros:Fast, tough, smart player. Knows the game - runs good, clean routes. Also a great KO returner, among best in conference.
Cons:Needs to work on his hands a bit, doesn't seem to have the talent of a #1 receiver, but would be a great #2 guy.

82

OT Michael Munoz
Tennessee
XVAL= 63.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
315
5.2
Round3
Pros:Knows the position very well, technically sound. Has good size, is very mature, 2 time captain. Knows the details, works hard.
Cons:Look past the name, he is not his father. I see him as a good to great RT, but not LT in the NFL.

83

QB David Greene
Georgia
XVAL= 63.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'3"
225
4.8
Round3
Pros:Very accurate, has won a ton of games against upper level competition. Great leader, student of the game. He threw only 2 interceptions his entire senior season. He knows how to get the job done, great competitor.
Cons:Not the most physically gifted player available, only average size and arm strength. Under-rated by pro scouts, may slip into the third round.

84

WR Courtney Roby
Indiana
XVAL= 63.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
185
4.38
Round3
Pros:Fast, quick, good hands, hard worker, deep threat.
Cons:Needs to get bigger and stronger.

85

CB Corey Webster
Louisiana State
XVAL= 62.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
200
4.38
Round3
Pros:Blazing speed, good size, a great athlete. Tons of potential.
Cons:Converted WR, just needs more time to learn all of the details of the position.

86

DE George Gause
South Carolina
XVAL= 62.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
270
4.85
Round3
Pros:Consistently improving, has put up good numbers. Is very strong, has good size.
Cons:Has split time between LB and DE, needs more time at the position, will improve. Speed is average, not great.

87

OG Logan Mankins
Fresno St.
XVAL= 62.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
320
5.3
Round3
Pros:Strong, agressive, quick feet, plays hard every play
Cons:Torn ACL in 2003, experience.

88

DT Jonathan Babineaux
Iowa
XVAL= 62.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
280
4.75
Round3
Pros:Tenaciouos player, great pass rusher, has gotten better as the year went on, climbing on draft boards.
Cons:History of major leg injuries is cause for concern, needs to bulk up.

89

DE Chris Canty
Virginia
XVAL= 61.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'6"
290
5.0
Round3
Pros:Great size, quick, great as a run stopper. Improving against the pass.
Cons:Injuries are the big concern, status may rise or fall at workouts depending upon what his knee can handle.

90

MLB Barrett Ruud
Nebraska
XVAL= 61.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
240
4.65
Round3
Pros:Has the size and speed you look for, and a fiery demeanor and great knowledge of the game to go with it. Has the ability to step in and start on opening day.
Cons:Doesn't have the raw talent of Crowder, but will be very good.

91

TE Joel Dreessen
Colorado State
XVAL= 61.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
260
4.79
Round3
Pros:Has good size and speed, works hard to finish his blocks. Is a solid receiving threat, improving in all aspects of his game.
Cons:Needs to keep improving all-around, doesn't have the polish some of the others ahead of him do.

92

DE Bill Swancutt
Oregon State
XVAL= 61.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
260
4.70
Round3
Pros:Tenacious player, won't be the star of the defense but will be the guy who allows everyone else to suceed by getting his job done and then some.
Cons:Needs to add some more bulk, get stronger.

93

SS Junior Rosegreen
Auburn
XVAL= 60.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'0"
196
4.57
Round3
Pros:Safety who excels in coming up to stop the run, big hitter.
Cons:A little undersized, has some problems in coverage.

94

OG Marcus Johnson
Mississippi
XVAL= 60.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'5"
330
4.90
Round3
Pros:Good in pass protection, great size, technically sound. Some project him to tackle, I think he'll be a much better guard.
Cons:Needs to hit the gym and get stronger.

95

C Ben Wilkerson
Louisiana State
XVAL= 60.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
300
5.0
Round3
Pros:Four year starter, has decent speed, knows the details of the position very well. Good run blocker, improving against the pass.
Cons:Needs to get stronger, has had some injury problems that may drop his status a bit.

96

OLB Rian Wallace*
Temple
XVAL= 60.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
245
4.65
Round3
Pros:Has good size and is a vocal leader on the defense. Makes plays all over the field, expects the best from himself and those around him.
Cons:Sometimes expects a little too much, punched out a teammate. Will also need to work on his coverage skills, its not his strength.

97

OT Anthony Alabi
Texas Christian
XVAL= 59.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'6"
323
5.3
Round3
Pros:Great size, long arms, has all of the measureables to be a good OT. Very strong, has a desire to improve.
Cons:Slow, even for a big ugly. Needs to do a lot of work on technique.

98

FS Oshiomogho Atogwe
Stanford
XVAL= 59.5 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 5'11"
215
4.52
Round3
Pros:Team captain, has played both safety spots. Big hitter, solid run supporter, and always around the ball.
Cons:Isn't great in coverage and needs to hone his game in that area to be more complete.

99

QB Kyle Orton
Purdue
XVAL= 59.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'4"
226
5.1
Round3
Pros:Prototypical QB size, and has the toughness to match it. A fiery leader, demands that those around him step up their game. Very strong arm, accurate, doesn't throw many interceptions.
Cons:Some see him as a system QB, had a poor showing at the Senior Bowl.

100

WR Craphonso Thorpe
Florida State
XVAL= 59.0 HEIGHT
WEIGHT
40 TIME
Projected 6'2"
195
4.37
Round3
Pros:He's the sort who might be a workout warrior and climb the charts. Has great speed and has produced consistently at a top school.
Cons:Broke his leg in the recent past, that slowed him down a bit this year.