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tony hipchest
04-23-2010, 12:03 AM
i'll just use gil brandts hot "100" being that he's got about a 95% success rate.

Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame (ranked top 10)
6-2 5/8, 222
A very accurate passer. He threw only four interceptions in 2009 -- and one of those was a fluke that bounced off a player's back. He can work under center or in the shotgun. Well coached by Charlie Weis.

Sergio Kindle, DE/OLB, Texas (ranked top 20)
6-2 7/8, 250
(UP FROM TIER 3) Outstanding athlete who was named high school player of the year for both offense (as a running back) and defense, something that had never been done in modern history. He can rush the passer or drop into space. Was outstanding vs. Alabama in the BCS title game.



Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida (ranked top 30)
6-5 , 277
Very athletic to go with good quickness. Plays well vs. the run, but needs to mature and learn better pass rush moves.

Colt McCoy, QB, Texas (ranked top 30)
6-1 1/8, 216
(UP FROM TIER 4) The winningest quarterback in college history. Moves well and has a high release point. He is very accurate and can throw on the move. Had a great pro day.

Rodger Saffold, LT, Indiana (ranked top 30)
6-4 5/8, 315
Has started four years at left tackle for Indiana, a good pass protector and a big effort player on a mediocre team. Needs to add strength.

Ranked top 40-

Charles Brown, OT, USC
6-5 3/8, 303
Has very good athletic ability. Former tight end who has been coached well by Pat Ruel. Needs to add strength. Plays like Duane Brown of the Texans.

Everson Griffen, DE, USC
6-3 5/8, 303
Outstanding pass rusher. Great first-step quickness. Needs to be better versus the run. Has unlimited potential.

Linval Joseph, DT, East Carolina
6-4 , 328
Has really come on as the draft approaches. Has strength, size, speed and power. His best days are ahead.

Taylor Mays, S, USC
6-3 1/8, 230
(UP FROM TIER 5) Four-year starter at USC with great speed and athletic ability. Might be a better linebacker than safety at the pro level. His father, Stafford, played nine years in the NFL.

Brian Price, DT, UCLA
6-1 1/8, 303
Not as tall as you would like, but he makes up for it with quickness and explosiveness. Good athletic ability. Was the Pac-10 player of the year in 2009. Competes hard every play.

Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame
5-10 , 199
Former running back is still learning the position. Lined up all over the place for Notre Dame. Has return ability and catlike quickness.

ranked top 50- (cb's robinson and mcourtey were both in this group

Nate Allen, S, South Florida
(UP FROM TIER 8) Outstanding athlete who can also play corner because he has very good man coverage skills.

Navorro Bowman, LB, Penn State
6-0 1/2, 242
Smart player who has very good instincts. Can play in space.

Terrence Cody, DT, Alabama
6-3 5/8, 354
Wide-bodied player, most likely a two-down player. Has worked hard to lose weight -- going from 370 at the end of the '09 season to 346. Will be a very good run stopper.

Vlad Ducasse, OT, Massachusetts
6-4 5/8, 332
Moved from Haiti at age 14. Did just average at the Senior Bowl and needs to work on his technique, but he has lots of upside and is a hard worker.

Rob Gronkowski, TE, Arizona

(UP FROM TIER 6) Lots of upside; good blocker and receiver. Look at tape of 2008 game vs. Oregon and you will become a big fan.

Lamarr Houston, DL, Texas
6-2 3/4, 305
Has showed great improvement. He's a former running back with good quickness and strength. Made a lot of money for himself by staying in school an extra year.

Koa Misi, DE, Utah
6-2 5/8, 251
College defensive end that will be a very good 3-4 linebacker. Has top talent, just lacks linebacker experience.

Daryl Washington, LB, TCU
6-1 3/4, 230
Can play inside or outside. Has speed and is aggressive. Will bulk up to 250 pounds. Lacks good hands.

we are assured to get one of the above, and have a shot at any listed below (assuming raiders dont reach-



Tier Six (51-60 listed alphabetically)

Tyson Alualu, DE, Cal; Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois; Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland (down from Tier 1); Eric Decker, WR, Minnesota (up from Tier 7); Sean Lee, OLB, Penn State (down from tier 5); Tony Moeaki, TE, Iowa; Eric Norwood, ILB, South Carolina (up from Tier 7); Brandon Spikes, LB, Florida; Al Woods, DL, LSU; Jason Worilds, DL/LB, Virginia Tech.
Tier Seven (61-70)

Zane Beadles, OT, Utah (new to Hot 100); Morgan Burnett, S, Georgia Tech; Perrish Cox, CB, Oklahoma State (up from Tier 9); Montario Hardesty, RB, Tennessee; Aaron Hernandez, TE, Florida (new to Hot 100); Carlton Mitchell, WR, South Florida (new to Hot 100); Jerome Murphy, CB, South Florida (down from Tier 6); Ricky Sapp, LB/DE, Clemson; Ben Tate, RB, Auburn (up from Tier 8); Damian Williams, WR, USC (up from Tier 8)
Tier Eight (71-80)

Alex Carrington, DE, Arkansas State; Chris Cook, CB, Virginia (up from Tier 9); Ed Dickson, TE, Oregon (up from Tier 9); Thaddeus Gibson, DE/OLB, Ohio State (down from Tier 6); A.J. Jefferson, CB, Fresno State (new to Hot 100); Brandon Ghee, CB, Wake Forest; John Jerry, G, Mississippi; Jordan Shipley, WR, Texas (up from Tier 9); Cam Thomas, DL, North Carolina (down from Tier 7); Torell Troup, DL, Central Florida (down from Tier 6); Corey Wooton, DE, Northwestern.
Tier Nine (81-90)

Jon Asamoah, G, Illinois (down from Tier 8); Donald Butler, LB, Washington (new to Hot 100); Selvish Capers, OT, West Virginia; Anthony Dixon, RB, Mississippi State; Toby Gerhart, RB, Stanford; Dexter McCluster, RB, Mississippi; Joe McKnight, RB, USC (up from Tier 10); Dennis Pitta, TE, BYU (new to Hot 100); D'Anthony Smith, DT, Louisiana Tech (up from Tier 10); Jared Veldheer, OT, Hillsdale College..
Tier Ten (91-100)

Javier Arenas, CB, Alabama; Rennie Curran, LB, Georgia (new to Hot 100); Jacoby Ford, WR, Clemson; Dominique Franks, CB, Oklahoma (down from Tier 7); Chad Jones, S, LSU; Myron Lewis, CB, Vanderbilt (new to Hot 100); Roddrick Muckelroy, ILB, Texas; Corey Peters, DT, Kentucky (new to Hot 100); Walter Thurmond, CB, Oregon; T.J. Ward, S, Oregon (new to Hot 100).

so who do you want? a DT or S is looking pretty good for round 2. im thinking 5 of the 1st 10 picks will be traded away tomorrow. personally, i would like brian price, but he will be long gone by the time we go. s. kindle was regarded by some as the top 3-4 olb available. sure would be nice to move up 10 spots.

our two 5ths and 2nd could move us up to the 13th selection tomorrow. might be best to sit tight, and look to move up for someone who drops in the 3rd.

MasterOfPuppets
04-23-2010, 12:15 AM
actually the pickens are pretty slim out of those options...Tyson Alualu went to jville in the first....
Sergio Kindle
Nate Allen
Golden Tate
Rob Gronkowski

jollyrob68
04-23-2010, 12:28 AM
Cant wait to see what happens In round 2 & 3. So Glad we went with the not so sexy pick but dam if it wasnt needed. We can get depth at tackles later in the draft. Its Defense time unless Golden Tate is there.

tony hipchest
04-23-2010, 12:35 AM
ah... i didnt even notiece tyson in tier 50.

this draft is deep. theres gonna be more than 36 good players selected.

i'd love price and could live with any of the OT, mays, or mount cody, s. lee or spikes.

if we have a hard on for a cb jerome murphy may be the pick.

taztroy43
04-23-2010, 01:11 AM
I want S Taylor Mays or NT L. Joseph or T. Cody.....also WR Damian Williams or CB Chris Cook.....

atlee731
04-23-2010, 01:20 AM
I'd go with:

Kindle
Saffold
Joseph
Lee
Cook

Cmdurand21
04-23-2010, 02:12 AM
GO GET GOLDEN TATE!

Aussie_steeler
04-23-2010, 04:59 AM
1. Sergio Kindle
2. Roger Saffold
3. Charles Brown
4. Golden Tate
5. Nate Allen
6. Linval Joseph
7. Taylor Mays
8. Morgan Burnett
9. Koa Misi
10. Mount Cody

May have to trade up if we want any of them. I would like Joseph.

mulldog24
04-23-2010, 10:43 AM
1. Sergio Kindle
2. Roger Saffold
3. Charles Brown
4. Golden Tate
5. Nate Allen
6. Linval Joseph
7. Taylor Mays
8. Morgan Burnett
9. Koa Misi
10. Mount Cody

May have to trade up if we want any of them. I would like Joseph.

I like these guys as well and would like to add Cam Thomas or C. Houston to the list.:popcorn:

tony hipchest
04-23-2010, 11:18 AM
pat kirwan has done the draft for 6 years now with brandt. he says he consistantly nails 47-48 of the top 50.

we draft #52 today. we can assume of the 19 players left in the top 50, 18 will be gone, leaving us 1st crack at these guys-

Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois; Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland (down from Tier 1); Eric Decker, WR, Minnesota (up from Tier 7); Sean Lee, OLB, Penn State (down from tier 5); Tony Moeaki, TE, Iowa; Eric Norwood, ILB, South Carolina (up from Tier 7); Brandon Spikes, LB, Florida; Al Woods, DL, LSU; Jason Worilds, DL/LB, Virginia Tech.
Tier Seven (61-70)

Zane Beadles, OT, Utah (new to Hot 100); Morgan Burnett, S, Georgia Tech; Perrish Cox, CB, Oklahoma State (up from Tier 9); Montario Hardesty, RB, Tennessee; Aaron Hernandez, TE, Florida (new to Hot 100); Carlton Mitchell, WR, South Florida (new to Hot 100); Jerome Murphy, CB, South Florida (down from Tier 6); Ricky Sapp, LB/DE, Clemson; Ben Tate, RB, Auburn (up from Tier 8); Damian Williams, WR, USC (up from Tier 8)
Tier Eight (71-80)

so who do you want?

steelcityman75
04-23-2010, 11:52 AM
GO GET GOLDEN TATE!

IF he is there when we pick then yes by all means take him, but I think we should definitely try to get another third rd pick by trading away OUR 4 and 5 to a team short on picks. Then we could get a CB and a DT or OL!

Fire Haley
04-23-2010, 12:32 PM
You might want to take Kindle off your list

In the case of Texas LB Sergio Kindle a top 15-20 prospect who is still on the board heading into the second round, there is a report from Chip Brown of the Texas site on rivals.com as noted in the Boston Herald that Kindle has a knee issue that he played with in 2009, but may require microfracture surgery to properly heal. Not surprisingly given the tricky nature of that type of operation, many teams have either dramatically downgraded Kindle or taken him off their board entirely.

http://www.gbnreport.com/