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My 1st Top 15 by Position of the season for 2010 draft

Quarterbacks:

1. Jevan Snead(Ole Miss.)
2. Colt McCoy(Texas)
3. Sam Bradford(Oklahoma)
4. Jimmy Claussen(Notre Dame)
5. Dan LeFevour(Central Michigan)
6. Tim Tebow(Florida)
7. Jake Locker(Washington)
8. Tim Hiller(Western Michigan)
9. Tony Pike(Cincinnati)
10. Pat Devlin(Delaware)
11. Colin Kaepernick(Nevada)

Running Backs:

1. Jahvid Best(California)
2. Jonathan Dwyer(Georgia Tech)
3. C.J. Spiller(Clemson)
4. Evan Royster(Penn State)
5. Joe McKnight(USC)
6. DeMarco Murray(Oklahoma)
7. Stafon Johnson(USC)
8. Charles Scott(LSU)
9. Kendell Hunter(Oklahoma State)
10. Noel Devine(West Virginia)
11. Chris Brown(Oklahoma)
12. Ben Tate(Auburn)
13. MiQuale Lewis(Ball State)
14. James Starks(Buffalo)
15. Brandon James(Florida)

Fullbacks:

1. Richard Dickson(LSU)
2. Corey Jackson(Maryland)
3. Doruin Dickerson(Pittsburgh)
4. Matt Clapp(Oklahoma)
5. Richie Brockel(Boise State)

Wide Receivers:

1. Dez Bryant(Oklahoma State)
2. Arrelious Benn(Illinois)
3. Damian Williams(USC)
4. Brandon LaFell(LSU)
5. Marshawn Gilyard(Cincinnati)
6. Eric Decker(Minnesota)
7. Golden Tate(Notre Dame)
8. Mark Dell(Michigan State)
9. Jordan Shipley(Texas)
10. Dezmon Briscoe(Kansas)
11. Demarylius Thomas(Georgia Tech)
12. Bryan Anderson(Central Michigan)
13. Naaman Roosevelt(Buffalo)
14. Jacoby Ford(Clemson)
15. Mike Williams(Syracuse)

Tight Ends:

1. Jermaine Gresham(Oklahoma)
2. Dennis Pitta(BYU)
3. Rob Gonkowski(Arizona)
4. Anthony McCoy(USC)
5. Garrett Graham(Wisconsin)
6. Ed Dickinson(Oregon)
7. Aaron Hernandez(Florida)
8. Weslye Saunders(South Carolina)
9. Cody Slate(Marshall)
10. Robert Gantt(Michigan State)
11. Bruce Figgins(Georgia)
12. Ryan Moya(UCLA)
13. Michael Hoomanawanui(Illinois)
14. Scott Sicko(New Hampshire)
15. Andrew Quarles(Penn State)

Centers:

1. Josh McNeil(Tennessee)
2. John Estes(Hawaii)
3. Erik Cook(New Mexico)
4. Chris Hall(Texas)
5. Matt Tennant(Boston College)

Offensive Guards:

1. Rodney Hudson(Florida State)
2. Mike Pouncey(Florida)
3. Sergio Render(Virginia Tech)
4. John Jerry(Ole Miss.)
5. Mike Johnson(Alabama)
6. Brandon Carter(Texas Tech)
7. Stefan Wisniewski(Penn State)
8. Eric Olsen(Notre Dame)
9. Shelley Smith(Colorado State)
10. Dan Doering(Iowa)
11. Joe Thomas(Pittsburgh)
12. Matt McKracken(Richmond)
13. Kurtis Gregory(Missouri)
14. Charlie Tanner(Texas)
15. Jacques McClendon(Tennessee)

Offensive Tackles:

1. Russell Okung(Oklahoma State)
2. Trent Williams(Oklahoma)
3. Bryan Bulaga(Iowa)
4. Ciron Black(LSU)
5. Sam Young(Notre Dame)
6. Charlie Brown(USC)
7. Adam Ulatoski(Texas)
8. Matt Reynolds(BYU)
9. Anthony Davis(Rutgers)
10. Ed Wang(Virginia Tech)
11. Selvish Capers(West Virginia)
12. Zane Beadles(Utah)
13. Tray Allen(Texas)
14. Chris Marinelli(Stanford)
15. Dennis Landholt(Penn State)

Defensive Ends:

1. Carlos Dunlap(Florida)
2. Brandon Graham(Michigan)
3. Corey Wooton(Northwestern)
4. Derrick Morgan(Georgia Tech)
5. Everson Griffen(USC)
6. Jimmie Kerlew(Indiana)
7. C.J. WIlson(East Carolina)
8. Jan Jorgensen(BYU)
9. Tyson Alualu(California)
10. Greg Middleton(Indiana)
11. Jammie Kirlew(Indiana)
12. Will Tukuafu(Oregon)
13. John Fletcher(Wyoming)
14. Alex Carrington(Arkansas State)
15. Jeffrey Fitzgerald(Kansas State)

DE/3-4 OLB:

1. Greg Hardy(Ole Miss.)
2. Ricky Sapp(Clemson)
3. George Selvie(South Florida)
4. Brandon Lang(Troy)
5. Jermaine Cunningham(Florida)
6. Willie Young(N.C. State)
7. Rahim Allen(LSU)
8. Austin English(Oklahoma)
9. Jason Worilds(Virginia Tech)
10. Ugo Chinasa(Oklahoma State)
11. Roderick Battle(Georgia)
12. Koa Misi(Utah)
13. Frank Zombo(Central Michigan)
14. Carl Inhenacho(San Jose State)

Defensive Tackles:

1. Ndamunkong Suh(Nebraska)
2. Gerald McCoy(Oklahoma)
3. Terrance Cody(Alabama)
4. Marvin Austin(North Carolina)
5. Arthur Jones(Syracuse)
6. Vince Oghobaase(Duke)
7. Lawrence Marsh(Florida)
8.DeMarcus Granger(Oklahoma)
9.Brian Price(UCLA)
10. Geno Atkins(Georgia)
11. Boo Robinson(Wake Forest)
12. Jared Odrick(Penn State)
13. Ernest Williams(Pittsburgh)
14. Dan Williams(Tennessee)
15. Alan-Michael Cash(N.C. State)

Outside Linebackers:

1. Sergio Kindle(Texas)
2. Jerry Hughes(TCU)
3. Sean Weatherspoon(Missouri)
4. Rodderick Muckelroy(Texas)
5. Eric Norwood(South Carolina)
6. Dexter Davis(Arizona State)
7. Navvoro Bowman(Penn State)
8. Rennie Curran(Georgia)
9. Travis Lewis(Oklahoma)
10. Stevenon Sylvester(Utah)
11. Quan Sturvidant(North Carolina)
12. Rico McCoy(Tennessee)
13. Antonio Coleman(Auburn)
14. Stevenson Sylvester(Utah)
15. Clinton Snyder(Stanford)

Inside Linebackers:

1. Rolondo McClain(Alabama)
2. Brandon Spikes(Florida)
3. Sean Lee(Penn State)
4. Obi Ezeh(Michigan)
5. Greg Jones(Michigan State)
6. Micah Johnson(Kentucky)
7. Reggie Carter(UCLA)
8. Joe Pawelek(Baylor)
9. Darryl Sharpton(Miami Fla)
10. Ryan D'Impario(Rutgers)
11. Pat Angerer(Iowa)
12. Phillip Dillard(Nebraska)
13. Boris Lee(Troy)
14. Josh Bynes(Auburn)
15. Scott Lutrus(Connecticut)

Cornerbacks:

1. Patrick Robinson(Florida State)
2. Joe Haden(Florida)
3. Trevard Lindley(Kentucky)
4. Javier Arenas(Alabama)
5. Kyle Wilson(Boise State)
6. Donovan Warren(Michigan)
7. Kareem Jackson(Alabama)
8. Syd'Quan Thompson(California)
9. Walter Thurmond(Oregon)
10. Ras-I Dowling(Virginia)
11. Crezdon Butler(Clemson)
12. Brandon Ghee(Wake Forest)
13. Shareece Wright(USC)
14. Myron Lewis(Vanderbilt)
15. LeRoy Vann(Florida A&M)

Safeties:

1. Eric Berry(Tennessee)
2. Taylor Mays(USC)
3. Darrell Stuckey(Kansas)
4. Kam Chancellor(Virginia Tech)
5. Morgan Burnett(Georgia Tech)
6. Reshad Jones(Georgia)
7. Major Wright(Florida)
8. Earl Thomas(Texas)
9. Deunta Williams(North Carolina)
10. Justin Woodall(Alabama)
11. Nate Allen(South Florida)
12. Van Eskridge(East Carolina)
13. Chad Jones(LSU)
14. Antonio Baker(Louisiana Tech)
15. Myron Rolle(Florida State)

[ Edited by AB83Rules on Sep 24, 2009 at 16:38:55 ]
I agree that in terms of projecting to the next level, Snead has the necessary arm strength and quick release to succeed as opposed to the other qbs.
Originally posted by JDeezy:
I agree that in terms of projecting to the next level, Snead has the necessary arm strength and quick release to succeed as opposed to the other qbs.

exactly, if this was whos the best QB in college, then its Tebow, but as far as projecting to the next level, i dont see Tebow as a great or even good QB prospect.
Why is Dexter Davis listed as an OLB and not DE/OLB?

Is that because you think he projects to a 4-3 OLB rather then a 3-4 OLB?
Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:
Why is Dexter Davis listed as an OLB and not DE/OLB?

Is that because you think he projects to a 4-3 OLB rather then a 3-4 OLB?

the OLB pos really isnt specific to the 3-4 or 4-3, the DE/LB is DE's IMO who are tweeners.
If Nate Davis is our QB of the future that allows us to proceed for the Oline, Safety, OLB, NT, WR. I think we need to get the best players available for our needs.
AB how many wide recievers do you see as 1rst rounders or more to the point, does anyone other than dez bryant look to be a better prospect than crabs? do you see him as still a top 10 pick next year just on talent not counting the diva part?
Im glad to see that our opinions are starting to converge in several areas - specifically: (1) Jevan Snead as the most projectable QB (2) Ndamukong Suh is an absolute beast and (3) Jerry Hughes as a future 1st rounder.
Originally posted by Kezar1965:
AB how many wide recievers do you see as 1rst rounders or more to the point, does anyone other than dez bryant look to be a better prospect than crabs? do you see him as still a top 10 pick next year just on talent not counting the diva part?

i see 4 1st rd WR's(Bryant, Benn, Williams & LaFell).

Im not counting Crabtree yet, he would make 5.
I see an OT named Selvish. We already have a Selfish that we drafted so may not need another one.[/left]
Great list AB83. I think we get our RT & OLB in the first three picks. We will also be able to fill other needs after we see who steps up this year.
Originally posted by nvninerfan1:
I see an OT named Selvish. We already have a Selfish that we drafted so may not need another one.[/left]

Zing!
the defensive tackles are very deep in this draft. Marvin Austin is a beast
updated, with top 15 now for most positions.
  • BobS
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Looks like you watch a lot of college football. I really would like to see the 49ers get Colt McCoy, a lot of so-called experts only rank him as 3rd or 4th best QB. Does that make him a late 1st rounder? Can't believe a lot of people have Tebow higher that him.