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My Big Boards for 2010 Draft

Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
HAving Seniors and Juniors on separate lists is not good. What you should do is combine them and then rank the players.

Oh.. Colt McCoy as the 4th rated Senior is laughable. He will be seriously lucky to be drafted before round 3.

working on combining them into 1 list.

and for McCoy, i see him as the best Senior QB, and one of the top players in the draft, better than Bradford IMO, but not better than Locker and Clausen.

Well... you are certainly entitled to your opinion but it would be in the minority regarding McCoy. There is not a chance in hell that he will be drafted before Bradford.

i agree with that, this isnt neccessarly where i think they will be drafted, just my rankings.

I actually see McCoy being a mid 1st rd pick, but i think he is by far a better pro prospect than Bradford, who is also Injury prone, and i wouldnt touch him.

Thats funny because I see just the opposite. I think Bradford is a top 15 pick who would have been #1 or #2 last year because of his amazing accuracy. I see McCoy as a 3rd-4th rd prospect who will struggle at the next level because of a weak arm.
Heres my Top 100, feel free to disect.

Overall: Player: Position: College:
1 Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
2 Eric Berry S Tennessee
3 Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
4 Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
5 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
6 Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
7 Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State
8 Joe Haden CB Florida
9 Jake Locker QB Washington
10 Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
11 Colt McCoy QB Texas
12 Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
13 Greg Hardy DE/OLB Ole Miss.
14 C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
15 Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
16 Terrence Cody DT Alabama
17 Arrelious Benn WR Illinois
19 Golden Tate WR Notre Dame
19 Sergio Kindle OLB Texas
20 Jerry Hughes OLB TCU
21 Taylor Mays S USC
22 Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
23 Jahvid Best RB California
24 Rolondo McClain ILB Alabama
25 Brandon Spikes ILB Florida
26 Brandon Graham DE Michigan
27 Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
28 Jason Pierre-Paul DE/OLB South Florida
29 Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa
30 Ciron Black OT LSU
31 Patrick Robinson CB Florida State
32 Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri
33 Brandon LaFell WR LSU
34 Ricky Sapp DE/OLB Clemson
35 Damian Williams WR USC
36 Marvin Austin DT North Carolina
37 Sam Young OT Notre Dame
38 Earl Thomas S Texas
39 Jason Worilds DE/OLB Virginia Tech
40 Greg Romeus DE/OLB Pittsburgh
41 Everson Griffen DE USC
42 Brian Price DT UCLA
43 Rodderick Muckelroy OLB Texas
44 George Selvie DE/OLB South Florida
45 Dan Williams DT Tennessee
46 Arthur Jones DT Syracuse
47 Eric Norwood OLB South Carolina
48 Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati
49 Brandon Lang DE/OLB Troy
50 Corey Wooton DE Northwestern
51 Ed Dickson TE Oregon
52 Jevan Snead QB Ole Miss.
53 Lawrence Marsh DT Florida
54 Evan Royster RB Penn State
55 Joe McKnight RB USC
56 Obi Ezeh ILB Michigan
57 Greg Jones ILB Michigan State
58 Dan LeFevour QB Central Michigan
59 Jermaine Cunningham DE/OLB Florida
60 Dexter Davis OLB Arizona State
61 Nate Allen S South Florida
62 Jared Odrick DT Penn State
63 Sean Lee ILB Penn State
64 Vince Oghobaase DT Duke
65 Trevard Lindley CB Kentucky
66 Rodney Hudson OG Florida State
67 Mike Pouncey OG Florida
68 Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
69 Bruce Carter OLB North Carolina
70 Von Miller OLB Texas A&M
71 Dennis Pitta TE BYU
72 Demarcus Granger DT Oklahoma
73 Kyle Wilson CB Boise State
74 Syd'Quan Thompson CB California
75 Rob Gronkowski TE Arizona
76 Mark Dell WR Michigan State
77 Javier Arenas CB Alabama
78 Donavan Warren CB Michigan
79 Navorro Bowman OLB Penn State
80 Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
81 Darrell Stuckey S Kansas
82 Kam Chancellor S Virginia Tech
83 Rennie Curran OLB Georgia
84 Morgan Burnett S Georgia Tech
85 Reshad Jones S Georgia
86 Major Wright S Florida
87 Matt Reynolds OT BYU
88 Willie Young DE/OLB N.C. State
89 Rahim Alem DE/OLB LSU
90 Anthony McCoy TE USC
91 Chase Keenum QB Houston
92 Anthony Davis OT Rutgers
93 Noel Devine RB West Virginia
94 Charles Brown OT USC
95 Adam Ulatoski OT Texas
96 Dexter McCluster WR Ole Miss.
97 Eric Decker WR Minnesota
98 Garrett Graham TE Wisconsin
99 Jon Asamoah OG Illinois
100 DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma

[ Edited by AB83Rules on Dec 7, 2009 at 12:29:40 ]
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Heres my Top 100, feel free to disect.

Overall: Player: Position: College:
1 Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
2 Eric Berry S Tennessee
3 Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
4 Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
5 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
6 Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
7 Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State
8 Joe Haden CB Florida
9 Jake Locker QB Washington
10 Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
11 Colt McCoy QB Texas
12 Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
13 Greg Hardy DE/OLB Ole Miss.
14 C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
15 Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
16 Terrence Cody DT Alabama
17 Arrelious Benn WR Illinois
19 Golden Tate WR Notre Dame
19 Sergio Kindle OLB Texas
20 Jerry Hughes OLB TCU
21 Taylor Mays S USC
22 Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
23 Jahvid Best RB California
24 Rolondo McClain ILB Alabama
25 Brandon Spikes ILB Florida
26 Brandon Graham DE Michigan
27 Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
28 Jason Pierre-Paul DE/OLB South Florida
29 Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa
30 Ciron Black OT LSU
31 Patrick Robinson CB Florida State
32 Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri
33 Brandon LaFell WR LSU
34 Ricky Sapp DE/OLB Clemson
35 Damian Williams WR USC
36 Marvin Austin DT North Carolina
37 Sam Young OT Notre Dame
38 Earl Thomas S Texas
39 Jason Worilds DE/OLB Virginia Tech
40 Greg Romeus DE/OLB Pittsburgh
41 Everson Griffen DE USC
42 Brian Price DT UCLA
43 Rodderick Muckelroy OLB Texas
44 George Selvie DE/OLB South Florida
45 Dan Williams DT Tennessee
46 Arthur Jones DT Syracuse
47 Eric Norwood OLB South Carolina
48 Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati

49 Brandon Lang DE/OLB Troy
50 Corey Wooton DE Northwestern
51 Ed Dickson TE Oregon
52 Jevan Snead QB Ole Miss.
53 Lawrence Marsh DT Florida
54 Evan Royster RB Penn State
55 Joe McKnight RB USC
56 Obi Ezeh ILB Michigan
57 Greg Jones ILB Michigan State
58 Dan LeFevour QB Central Michigan
59 Jermaine Cunningham DE/OLB Florida
60 Dexter Davis OLB Arizona State
61 Nate Allen S South Florida
62 Jared Odrick DT Penn State
63 Sean Lee ILB Penn State
64 Vince Oghobaase DT Duke
65 Trevard Lindley CB Kentucky
66 Rodney Hudson OG Florida State
67 Mike Pouncey OG Florida
68 Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
69 Bruce Carter OLB North Carolina
70 Von Miller OLB Texas
71 Dennis Pitta TE BYU
72 Demarcus Granger DT Oklahoma
73 Kyle Wilson CB Boise State
74 Syd'Quan Thompson CB California
75 Rob Gronkowski TE Arizona
76 Mark Dell WR Michigan State
77 Javier Arenas CB Alabama
78 Donavan Warren CB Michigan
79 Navorro Bowman OLB Penn State
80 Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
81 Darrell Stuckey S Kansas
82 Kam Chancellor S Virginia Tech
83 Rennie Curran OLB Georgia
84 Morgan Burnett S Georgia Tech
85 Reshad Jones S Georgia
86 Major Wright S Florida
87 Matt Reynolds OT BYU
88 Willie Young DE/OLB N.C. State
89 Rahim Alem DE/OLB LSU
90 Anthony McCoy TE USC
91 Chase Keenum QB Houston
92 Anthony Davis OT Rutgers
93 Noel Devine RB West Virginia
94 Charles Brown OT USC
95 Adam Ulatoski OT Texas
96 Dexter McCluster WR Ole Miss.
97 Eric Decker WR Minnesota

98 Garrett Graham TE Wisconsin
99 Jon Asamoah OG Illinois
100 DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma

Some of my fav's!!
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Quick correction, Von Miller plays for A&M, to list him as a Longhorn is blasphemous to both programs.
I actually agree with you on McCoy, easily the best Sr QB, but technically he's the only one right? I can see him going to Minny, sitting behind Favre for a year and then having a dominant cast to have a nice career.
Originally posted by TX9R:
Quick correction, Von Miller plays for A&M, to list him as a Longhorn is blasphemous to both programs.
I actually agree with you on McCoy, easily the best Sr QB, but technically he's the only one right? I can see him going to Minny, sitting behind Favre for a year and then having a dominant cast to have a nice career.

your right, he is A&M, i have it correct on draftwatchers, messed up on my excel sheet, ill change that now.
oopps, forgot someone who everyone is high on, Idaho OG Mike Iupati.
Ok.. since you asked..........

Players you have too high:
1) Trent Williams #5 - prob a top 15 but #5??????
2) Colt McCoy #11 - I will be shocked if he goes top 25. I think he goes 2rd/3rd
3) Terrence COdy #16 - ok some team may reach but he isnt the 16th best player
4) Sergio Kindle #19 - personally think he is a bit overrated; 2nd rd talent
5) Javid Best #23 = really??? the 23rd best player in all of college FB?
6) George Selvie #44 - lack of productivity - i see bust
7) Dan Lefevour #58 - your ranking would make him a 3rd rd pick - i see 6th or 7th

Players you have too low
1) Rolando McClain #24- have you been watching Bama games? He is top 10-15
2) Bryan Bullaga #29 the 2nd best OT in draft will be higher than 29
3) Earl Thomas #38 - poor mans Eric Berry is better than 38. 1st rd talent
4) Mardy Gilyard #48 - I think too low here based on potential - borderline 1st
5) Charles Brown #94 WOW.. 94th????? I think you are off by about 60-65 spots
I think Colt McCoy got exposed a little bit by Nebraska in the big 12 championship game. They took away alot of the shorter stuff and he really struggled to adapt.

He might have played himself down into at least the 2nd round, depending on how he looks against AL in the national championship game.

[ Edited by Overkill on Dec 7, 2009 at 13:13:26 ]
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Ok.. since you asked..........

Players you have too high:
1) Trent Williams #5 - prob a top 15 but #5??????
2) Colt McCoy #11 - I will be shocked if he goes top 25. I think he goes 2rd/3rd
3) Terrence COdy #16 - ok some team may reach but he isnt the 16th best player
4) Sergio Kindle #19 - personally think he is a bit overrated; 2nd rd talent
5) Javid Best #23 = really??? the 23rd best player in all of college FB?
6) George Selvie #44 - lack of productivity - i see bust
7) Dan Lefevour #58 - your ranking would make him a 3rd rd pick - i see 6th or 7th

Players you have too low
1) Rolando McClain #24- have you been watching Bama games? He is top 10-15
2) Bryan Bullaga #29 the 2nd best OT in draft will be higher than 29
3) Earl Thomas #38 - poor mans Eric Berry is better than 38. 1st rd talent
4) Mardy Gilyard #48 - I think too low here based on potential - borderline 1st
5) Charles Brown #94 WOW.. 94th????? I think you are off by about 60-65 spots

I think you're underrating Jahvid Best. Just cause he got injured doesn't mean he sucks. Before everyone realized Kevin Reilly sucks and the Bears season fell apart for the most part, everyone was on Best's nuts as a heisman candidate. He's a real explosive player with breakaway speed. I'd take him for sure.
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Ok.. since you asked..........

Players you have too high:
1) Trent Williams #5 - prob a top 15 but #5??????
2) Colt McCoy #11 - I will be shocked if he goes top 25. I think he goes 2rd/3rd
3) Terrence COdy #16 - ok some team may reach but he isnt the 16th best player
4) Sergio Kindle #19 - personally think he is a bit overrated; 2nd rd talent
5) Javid Best #23 = really??? the 23rd best player in all of college FB?
6) George Selvie #44 - lack of productivity - i see bust
7) Dan Lefevour #58 - your ranking would make him a 3rd rd pick - i see 6th or 7th

Players you have too low
1) Rolando McClain #24- have you been watching Bama games? He is top 10-15
2) Bryan Bullaga #29 the 2nd best OT in draft will be higher than 29
3) Earl Thomas #38 - poor mans Eric Berry is better than 38. 1st rd talent
4) Mardy Gilyard #48 - I think too low here based on potential - borderline 1st
5) Charles Brown #94 WOW.. 94th????? I think you are off by about 60-65 spots

I think you're underrating Jahvid Best. Just cause he got injured doesn't mean he sucks. Before everyone realized Kevin Reilly sucks and the Bears season fell apart for the most part, everyone was on Best's nuts as a heisman candidate. He's a real explosive player with breakaway speed. I'd take him for sure.

I really dont think I said he sucked. LOL I just dont think he is the 23rd best player in the draft. I see him as an early 2nd rd pick which would put him in the mid 30s to early 40s. Just my humble opinion
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Heres my Top 100, feel free to disect.

Overall: Player: Position: College:
1 Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
2 Eric Berry S Tennessee
3 Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
4 Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
5 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
6 Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
7 Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State
8 Joe Haden CB Florida
9 Jake Locker QB Washington
10 Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
11 Colt McCoy QB Texas
12 Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
13 Greg Hardy DE/OLB Ole Miss.
14 C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
15 Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
16 Terrence Cody DT Alabama
17 Arrelious Benn WR Illinois
19 Golden Tate WR Notre Dame
19 Sergio Kindle OLB Texas
20 Jerry Hughes OLB TCU
21 Taylor Mays S USC
22 Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
23 Jahvid Best RB California
24 Rolondo McClain ILB Alabama
25 Brandon Spikes ILB Florida
26 Brandon Graham DE Michigan
27 Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
28 Jason Pierre-Paul DE/OLB South Florida
29 Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa
30 Ciron Black OT LSU
31 Patrick Robinson CB Florida State
32 Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri
33 Brandon LaFell WR LSU
34 Ricky Sapp DE/OLB Clemson
35 Damian Williams WR USC
36 Marvin Austin DT North Carolina
37 Sam Young OT Notre Dame
38 Earl Thomas S Texas
39 Jason Worilds DE/OLB Virginia Tech
40 Greg Romeus DE/OLB Pittsburgh
41 Everson Griffen DE USC
42 Brian Price DT UCLA
43 Rodderick Muckelroy OLB Texas
44 George Selvie DE/OLB South Florida
45 Dan Williams DT Tennessee
46 Arthur Jones DT Syracuse
47 Eric Norwood OLB South Carolina
48 Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati
49 Brandon Lang DE/OLB Troy
50 Corey Wooton DE Northwestern
51 Ed Dickson TE Oregon
52 Jevan Snead QB Ole Miss.
53 Lawrence Marsh DT Florida
54 Evan Royster RB Penn State
55 Joe McKnight RB USC
56 Obi Ezeh ILB Michigan
57 Greg Jones ILB Michigan State
58 Dan LeFevour QB Central Michigan
59 Jermaine Cunningham DE/OLB Florida
60 Dexter Davis OLB Arizona State
61 Nate Allen S South Florida
62 Jared Odrick DT Penn State
63 Sean Lee ILB Penn State
64 Vince Oghobaase DT Duke
65 Trevard Lindley CB Kentucky
66 Rodney Hudson OG Florida State
67 Mike Pouncey OG Florida
68 Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
69 Bruce Carter OLB North Carolina
70 Von Miller OLB Texas A&M
71 Dennis Pitta TE BYU
72 Demarcus Granger DT Oklahoma
73 Kyle Wilson CB Boise State
74 Syd'Quan Thompson CB California
75 Rob Gronkowski TE Arizona
76 Mark Dell WR Michigan State
77 Javier Arenas CB Alabama
78 Donavan Warren CB Michigan
79 Navorro Bowman OLB Penn State
80 Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
81 Darrell Stuckey S Kansas
82 Kam Chancellor S Virginia Tech
83 Rennie Curran OLB Georgia
84 Morgan Burnett S Georgia Tech
85 Reshad Jones S Georgia
86 Major Wright S Florida
87 Matt Reynolds OT BYU
88 Willie Young DE/OLB N.C. State
89 Rahim Alem DE/OLB LSU
90 Anthony McCoy TE USC
91 Chase Keenum QB Houston
92 Anthony Davis OT Rutgers
93 Noel Devine RB West Virginia
94 Charles Brown OT USC
95 Adam Ulatoski OT Texas
96 Dexter McCluster WR Ole Miss.
97 Eric Decker WR Minnesota
98 Garrett Graham TE Wisconsin
99 Jon Asamoah OG Illinois
100 DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma


Great job overall, this is helpful for me to help follow players.

One thing I will say: I think Clausen, even though he seems pretty douchey, will be a top3 pick. He is just a really really good QB that I can see immediately excelling in an NFL offense. To me, he seems light years ahead of the others.
One thing while I remember: I don't know players too much, but I do watch all the VT games. Worilds deserves to be where he is, but K.Chancellor should be lower. He hasn't shown any consistency from game to game.
thanks to everyone who left a response, i missed a few players, notebly Iuptai and Jason Fox.
Great list AB83. This helps on seeing who we have a chance to get in the first few rounds.
good job. keep bring them.

can not wait until April next year. My X-Mas