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*smileyman*.

I haven't seen this done here, so I thought we could talk about the best players at each position. I know several posters have their big boards, but this topic (and the ones to come) will take a given position and focus on that.

Now these rankings are not necessarily in any order, nor are they reflective of how well they'll do in the draft or the NFL--merely how they performed in college.

**Sam Bradford, OK****2009 stats:**

39/69 attempts for 562 yards. Completion percentage of 56.5%. 8.15 yards per attempt. 2 TDs

**2008 stats:**

328/483 for 4720 yards. Completion percentage of 67.9%. 9.77 yards per attempt. 50 TDs, 8 INTs.

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**Jimmy Clausen, ND****2009 stats:**

289/425 for 3722. Completion percentage of 68.0. 8.76 yards per attempt. 28 TDs, 4 INTs.

**2008 stats:**

268/440 for 3172 yards. Completion percentage of 60.9. 7.21 yards per attempt. 25 TDs, 17 INTs.

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**Tony Pike, Cincinatti****2009 stats:**

211/338 for 2520 yards. Completion percentage of 62.4. 7.46 yards per attempt. 29 TDs, 6 INTs.

**2008 stats:**

199/324 for 2407 yards. Completion percentage of 61.4% 7.43 yards per attempt. 19 TDs, 11 INTs

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**Tim Tebow, Florida****2009 stats:**

213/314 for 2895 yards. Completion percentage of 67.8%. 9.22 yards per attempt. 21 TDs, 5 INTs.

**2008 stats:**

192/298 for 2746 yards. Completion percentage of 64.4% 9.22 yards per attempt. 30 TDs, 4 INTs

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**Jevan Snead, Mississippi****2009 stats:**

191/351 for 2632 yards. Completion percentage of 54.4% 7.50 yards per attempt. 20 TDs, 20 INTs

**2008 stats:**

184/327 for 2762 yards. Completion percentage of 56.3% 8.45 yards per attempt. 26 TDs, 13 INTs.

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Possible sleepers. Dan LeFevour, Sean Canfield, Max Hall.

[ Edited by smileyman on Jan 20, 2010 at 16:50:20 ]