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My Early 2010 Draft Positional Rankings/Watch List

2010 NFL Draft:
Jason’s Positional Rankings/Watch List:
Quarterbacks:
1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma, Junior
2. Jevan Snead, Ole Miss, Junior
3. Colt McCoy, Texas, Junior
4. Tim Tebow, Florida, Senior
5. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame, Junior
6. Pat Devlin, Delaware, Junior
7. Tim Hiller, Western Michigan, Senior
8. Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State, Senior
9. Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, Senior
10. Juice Williams, Illinois, Senior
11. Jarrett Brown, West Virginia, Senior
12. Jake Locker, Washington, Junior
13. Darryl Clark, Penn State, Senior
14. Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic, Senior
15. Tony Pike, Cincinnati, Senior
16. Max Hall, BYU, Senior

Running Backs:
1. Jahvid Best, California, Junior
2. Jonathan Dywer, Georgia Tech, Junior
3. C.J. Spiller, Clemson, Senior
4. Joe McKnight, USC, Junior
5. LaGarrette Blount, Oregon, Senior
6. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma, Junior
7. Charles Scott, LSU, Senior
8. Evan Royster, Penn State, Junior
9. Stafon Johnson, USC, Senior
10. Noel Devine, West Virginia, Junior
11. Caleb King, Georgia, Junior
12. Ben Tate, Auburn, Senior
13. Brandon James, Florida, Senior
14. James Starks, Buffalo, Senior
15. Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State, Senior
16. Michael Smith, Arkansas, Senior

Fullbacks:
1. Richard Dickinson, LSU, Senior
2. Cory Jackson, Maryland, Senior
3. Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh, Senior
4. Matt Clapp, Oklahoma, Senior
5. Richie Brockel, Boise State, Senior

Wide Receivers:
1. Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State, Junior
2. Arrelious Benn, Illinois, Junior
3. Brandon LaFell, LSU, Senior
4. Golden Tate, Notre Dame, Junior
5. Marshawn Gilyard, Cincinnati, Senior
6. Damian Williams, USC, Junior
7. Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas, Junior
8. Demarylius Thomas, Georgia Tech, Junior
9. Eric Decker, Minnesota, Senior
10. Mark Dell, Michigan State, Junior
11. Carlton Mitchell, South Florida, Junior
12. Jacoby Ford, Clemson, Senior
13. Terrell Hudgins, Elon, Senior
14. Naaman Roosevelt, Buffalo, Senior
15. Bryan Anderson, Central Michigan, Senior
16. Jordan Shipley, Texas, Senior
17. Carl Moore, Florida, Senior
18. David Nelson, Florida, Senior

Tight Ends:
1. Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma, Senior
2. Rob Gronkowski, Arizona, Junior
3. Dennis Pitta, BYU, Senior
4. Aaron Hernandez, Florida, Junior
5. Robert Gantt, Michigan State, 3rd Year Sophmore
6. Ed Dickinson, Oregon, Senior
7. Weslye Saunders, South Carolina, Junior
8. Garrett Graham, Wisconsin, Senior
9. Ryan Moya, UCLA, Senior
10. Cody Slate, Marshall, Senior
11. Nate Byham, Pittsburgh, Senior
12. Michael Hooomanauwanui, Illinois, Senior
13. Andrew Quarles, Penn State, Senior
14. Mickey Shuler, Penn State, Senior

Centers:
1. Josh McNeil, Tennessee, Senior
2. John Estes, Hawaii, Senior
3. Erik Cook, New Mexico, Senior
4. Chris Hall, Texas, Senior
5. Matt Tennant, Boston College, Senior
6. Kenny Alfred, Washington State, Senior
7. Chris Fisher, Louisiana-Lafayette, Senior
8. Jacob Hickman, Nebraska, Senior

Offensive Guards:
1. Rodney Hudson, Florida State, Junior
2. Mike Pouncey, Florida, Junior
3. Sergio Render, Virginia Tech, Senior
4. John Jerry, Ole Miss., Senior
5. Stefan Wisniewski, Penn State, Junior
6. Mike Johnson, Alabama, Senior
7. Brandon Carter, Texas Tech, Senior
8. Shelley Smith, Colorado State, Senior
9. Eric Olsen, Notre Dame, Senior
10. Dan Doering, Iowa, Senior
11. Joe Thomas, Pittsburgh, Senior
12. Matt McKracken, Richmond, Senior
13. Kurtis Gregory, Missouri, Senior

Offensive Tackles:
1. Russelll Okung, Oklahoma State, Senior
2. Trent Williams, Oklahoma, Senior
3. Bryan Bulaga, Iowa, Junior
4. Ciron Black, LSU, Senior
5. Adam Ulatoski, Texas, Senior
6. Sam Young, Notre Dame, Senior
7. Anthony Davis, Rutgers, Junior
8. Matt Reynolds, BYU, Junior
9. Lee Zeimba, Auburn, Junior
10. Zane Beadles, Utah, Senior
11. Ed Wang, Virginia Tech, Senior
12. Chris Scott, Tennessee, Senior
13. Jason Fox, Miami(Fla.), Senior
14. Selvish Capers, West Virginia, Senior

Defensive Ends:
1. Carlos Dunlap, Florida, Junior
2. George Selvie, South Florida, Senior (OLB)
3. Jermaine Cunningham, Florida, Senior (OLB)
4. Greg Hardy, Ole Miss., Senior (OLB)
5. Brandon Lang, Troy, Senior (OLB)
6. Greg Rosmesus, Pittsburgh, Junior (OLB)
7. Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech, Junior
8. Brandon Graham, Michigan, Senior
9. Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech, Junior (OLB)
10. Everson Griffen, USC, Junior (OLB)
11. Jamie Kirlew, Indiana, Senior
12. Willie Young, N.C. State, Senior (OLB)
13. Auston English, Oklahoma, Senior
14. Corey Wooton, Northwestern, Senior
15. C.J. Wilson, East Carolina, Senior

Defensive Tackles:
1. Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma, Junior
2. Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska, Senior
3. Terrence Cody, Alabama, Senior
4. Marvin Austin, North Carolina, Junior
5. Lawrence Marsh, Florida, Junior
6. Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson, Junior
7. Geno Atkins, Georgia, Senior
8. DeMarcus Granger, Oklahoma, Senior
9. Boo Robinson, Wake Forest, Senior
10. Arthur Jones, Syracuse, Senior
11. Vince Oghobaase, Duke, Senior
12. Jared Odrick, Penn State, Senior
13. Ernest Williams, Pittsburgh, Senior
14. Ekom Udofia, Stanford, Senior

Outside Linebackers:
1. Sergio Kindle, Texas, Senior
2. Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri, Senior
3. Jerry Hughes, TCU, Senior
4. Mark Herzlich, Boston College, Senior
5. Rennie Curran, Georgia, Junior
6. Navorro Bowman, Penn State, Junior
7. Greg Jones, Michigan State, Junior
8. Travis Lewis, Texas, Junior
9. Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina, Junior
10. Rico Murray, Tennessee, Senior
11. Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas, Senior
12. Stevenson Sylvester, Utah, Senior
13. Dexter Davis, Arizona State, Senior
14. Eric Norwood, South Carolina, Senior
15. Clinton Snyder, Stanford, Senior

Inside Linebackers:
1. Brandon Spikes, Florida, Senior
2. Rolondo McClain, Alabama, 3rd Year Sophmore
3. Micah Johnson, Kentucky, Senior
4. Obi Ezeh, Michigan, Junior
5. Sean Lee, Penn State, Senior
6. Josh Bynes, Auburn, Junior
7. Scott Lutrus, Connecticut, Junior
8. Joe Pawelek, Baylor, Senior
9. Reggie Carter, UCLA, Senior
10. Darryl Sharpton, Miami(Fla.), Senior
11. Ryan D’Imperio, Rutgers, Senior
12. Pat Angerer, Iowa, Senior
13. Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State, Senior
14. Boris Lee, Troy, Senior

Cornerbacks:
1. Joe Haden, Florida, Junior
2. Trevard Lindley, Kentucky, Senior
3. Javier Arenas, Alabama, Senior
4. Kyle Wilson, Boise State, Senior
5. Syd’Quan Thompson, California, Senior
6. Donovan Warren, Michigan, Junior
7. Myron Lewis, Vanderbilt, Senior
8. Stephan Virgil, Virginia Tech, Senior
9. Ras-I Dowling, Virginia, Senior
10. Kareem Jackson, Alabama, Junior
11. Crezdon Butler, Clemson, Senior
12. Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest, Senior
13. Patrick Robinson, Florida State, Senior
Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State, Senior
Shareece Wright, USC, Senior
Patrick Stoudamire, Western Illinois, Senior
Alterrau Verner, UCLA, Senior
Traye Simmons, Minnesota, Senior
LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, Senior

Safeties:
1. Eric Berry, Tennessee, Junior
2. Taylor Mays, USC, Senior
3. Major Wright, Florida, Junior
4. Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech, Junior
5. Reshad Jones, Georgia, Junior
6. Earl Thomas, Texas, Junior
7. Chad Jones, LSU, Junior
8. Deunta Williams, North Carolina, Junior
9. Darrell Stuckey, Kansas, Senior
10. Kam Chancellor, Virginia Tech, Senior
11. Antonio Baker, Louisiana Tech, Senior
12. Van Eskridge, East Carolina, Senior
13. Quinton Andrews, West Virginia, Senior
14. Myron Rolle, Florida State, Senior
15. Justin Woodall, Alabama, Senior
16. Jordan Lake, Baylor, Senior

[ Edited by AB83Rules on Jun 7, 2009 at 13:41:22 ]
you dont like brian price from UCLA?
that guy is a monster.

great run stuffer.




i want this guy.

[ Edited by bigmike55 on May 31, 2009 at 21:54:06 ]
Originally posted by bigmike55:




i want this guy.

He will be a great NFL Safety, most people think Eric Berry will be a better NFL Safety, idk about that, but we'll see.

Both have tons of talent tho.
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Mays is not close to Berry, Berry is a once in a decade player. Yeah Mays may look the part but the numbers just don't back up his hype. Berry is about to break records as a Jr that haven't been broken in decades. Mays plays in a pass happy league and has 4 INT is his career, Berry has 12 already and over 400 yards in returns.
Wow - someone actually agrees with me on ranking Snead over McCoy. Im also glad to see Ndamukong Suh above Mount Cody (who I feel might fall out of the 1st round due to his inability to stay on the field for all four downs).

Well done AB83.

[ Edited by abowers1984 on Jun 3, 2009 at 23:04:29 ]
Originally posted by bigmike55:




i want this guy.


lmao You WOULD want Taylor Mays, especially when you can have Eric Berry.

Berry>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Mays and it's not close.
Originally posted by abowers1984:
Wow - someone actually agrees with me on ranking Snead over McCoy. Im also glad to see Ndamukong Suh above Mount Cody (who I feel might fall out of the 1st round due to his inability to stay on the field for all four downs).

Well done AB83.

thx man, yeah, i love Snead's potential, heck he might be the the 1st QB if he has a great Season.

And I love Suh, and yeah unless he gets motivated and loses weight, then Cody wont see the top 20 picks IMO.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by abowers1984:
Wow - someone actually agrees with me on ranking Snead over McCoy. Im also glad to see Ndamukong Suh above Mount Cody (who I feel might fall out of the 1st round due to his inability to stay on the field for all four downs).

Well done AB83.

thx man, yeah, i love Snead's potential, heck he might be the the 1st QB if he has a great Season.

And I love Suh, and yeah unless he gets motivated and loses weight, then Cody wont see the top 20 picks IMO.


I like Snead better than Bradford. Bradford plays out of a spread O and has a ton of NFL prospects around him last year. Don't get me wrong, Ole Miss has talent but Snead has done more with less IMO than Bradford has. Then again we are pretty set in some spots so there is a lot more for a potential #1 QB to work with than there was when we drafted Smith.
i wouldnt be surprised if Snead gets ahead of Bradford, on most boards and mine.
Just wanted to bump this

Look at all the players we originally thought were 1st rounders
Wow that is crazy.
lol at guards who the hell is hudson and no iupati
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
lol at guards who the hell is hudson and no iupati

Rodney Hudson, FSU OG Junior, didnt declare.

And I knew not alot of Iupati.

Ill be updating later with my last rankings before the april 22nd draft.
Great list - haven't gone through it all yet but Tony Pike at #15 huh?
Did he screw your girlfriend or something?
:) JK

But seriously, I know a lot of pundits have him going reatively early (although personally I think he's worthy of mid round consideration). Why #15?