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Old 02-15-2009, 04:32 AM   #1
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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)
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Old 02-15-2009, 05:51 AM   #2
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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.
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Old 02-15-2009, 08:14 AM   #3
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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???
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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???
Dixon dtruggled this year because of the knee injury...he could be a steal late in the draft if he clears a medical check.
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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..

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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..
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I think Mitch King could play De in a 3-4. The DE from Northern Iowa sounds promising.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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