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AB's 1st Big Board of the Season

# Player Pos College ht wt 40
1 Luck, Andrew QB Stanford 6'3 236 4.8
2 Green, A.J. WR Georgia 6'4 207 4.48
3 Peterson, Patrick CB LSU 6'1 211 4.47
4 Clayborn, Adrian 4-3 DE Iowa 6'3 282 4.84
5 Bowers, Da'Quan 4-3 DE Clemson 6'4 275 4.6
6 Amukamara, Prince CB Nebraska 6'1 200 4.49
7 Carimi, Gabe OT Wisconsin 6'8 313 5.01
8 Dareus, Marcel 3-4 DE Alabama 6'4 296 4.9
9 Jones, Julio WR Alabama 6'4 211 4.42
10 Locker, Jake QB Washington 6'3 226 4.59
11 Quinn, Robert 4-3 DE North Carolina 6'5 270 4.6
12 Baldwin, Jonathan WR Pittsburgh 6'5 225 4.5
13 Dowling, Ras-I CB Virginia 6'2 200 4.52
14 Floyd, Michael WR Notre Dame 6'3 220 4.49
15 Austin, Marvin 3-4 DE North Carolina 6'3 305 4.88
16 Beal, Jeremy OLB Oklahoma 6'3 263 4.75
17 Mallett, Ryan QB Arkansas 6'7 238 5.05
18 Ingram, Mark RB Alabama 5'10 212 4.44
19 Carter, Bruce OLB North Carolina 6'3 230 4.55
20 Powe, Jerrell NT Ole Miss. 6'2 340 5.35
21 Castonzo, Anthony OT Boston College 6'7 287 4.96
22 Tolliver, Terrance WR LSU 6'5 206 4.5
23 Fairley, Nick NT Auburn 6'4 296 4.92
24 Williams, Aaron CB Texas 6'1 189 4.44
25 Heyward, Cameron 3-4 DE Ohio State 6'6 287 4.93
26 Sherrod, Derek OT Mississippi State 6'6 305 5.05
27 Moore, Rahim S UCLA 6'1 197 4.48
28 Pouncey, Mike C Florida 6'5 320 5.23
29 Solder, Nate OT Colorado 6'9 305 4.84
30 Miller, Von OLB Texas A&M 6'3 240 4.58
31 Hudson, Rodney OG Florida State 6'2 283 5.21
32 Jenkins, Janoris CB Florida 5'10 188 4.56
33 Crawford, Jack OLB Penn State 6'5 256 4.66
34 Ayers, Akeem OLB UCLA 6'4 252 4.64
35 Bailey, Allen 3-4 DE Miami(Fla.) 6'6 288 4.8
36 Blackmon, Justin WR Oklahoma State
37 Jones, Greg ILB Michigan State 6'1 228 4.61
38 Kerrigan, Ryan 4-3 DE Purdue 6'4 263 4.82
39 Romeus, Greg 4-3 DE Pittsburgh 6'6 270 4.7
40 McDaniel, DeAndre S Clemson 6'1 210 4.43
41 Murray, DeMarco RB Oklahoma 6'1 214 4.44
42 Rudolph, Kyle TE Notre Dame 6'6 260 4.6
43 Jordan, Cameron 4-3 DE California
44 Paea, Stephen DT Oregon State 6'1 285 5.05
45 Devlin, Pat QB Delaware 6'4 220 4.84
46 Nevis, Drake DT LSU 6'1 292 5
47 Williams, Deunta S North Carolina 6'2 210 4.45
48 Ponder, Christian QB Florida State 6'2 219 4.72
49 Devine, Noel RB West Virginia 5'8 176 4.31
50 Wujciak, Alex ILB Maryland 6'3 255 4.84
51 Stanzi, Ricky QB Iowa 6'4 225 4.84
52 Wisniewski, Stefan C Penn State 6'3 302
53 Hill, Will S Florida 6'1 202 4.53
54 Williams, D.J. TE Arkansas 6'2 251 4.7
55 Williams, Ryan RB Virginia Tech 5'10 206 4.43
56 Jenkins, Jarvis DT Clemson 6'4 305 4.93
57 Little, Greg WR North Carolina
58 Childs, Greg WR Arkansas
59 Burton, Brandon CB Utah
60 Brown, Curtis CB Texas 6'0 180 4.37
61 Cannon, Marcus OT TCU 6'6 350 5.4
62 Black, Ahmad S Florida 5'9 185 4.48
63 Houston, Justin OLB Georgia 6'3 257 4.65
64 Crick, Jared 3-4 DE Nebraska 6'6 285 4.88
65 Barron, Mark S Alabama
66 Newton, Cam QB Auburn
67 Ellis, Kendrick NT Hampton 6'4 340 5.41
68 Gabbert, Blaine QB Missouri
69 Hightower, Don'Ta ILB Alabama 6'4 250 4.76
70 Chekwa, Chimdi CB Ohio State 6'1 188 4.56
71 Galippo, Chris ILB USC 6'2 250 4.78
72 Carter, Quinton S Oklahoma
73 Herzlich, Mark OLB Boston College 6'4 241 4.67
74 Morgan, Michael OLB USC 6'4 220 4.58
75 Royster, Evan RB Penn State 6'1 209 4.49
76 Johnson, Jerrod QB Texas A&M 6'5 229 4.64
77 Posey, DeVier WR Ohio State
78 Irving, Nate OLB N.C. State 6'1 235 4.82
79 Moffitt, John OG Wisconsin 6'2 300 5.13
80 Mohamed, Mike ILB California 6'3 237 4.73
81 Holman, Ross OLB Ohio State 6'1 229 4.77
82 O'Dowd, Kristofer C USC 6'5 300 5.07
83 Binns, Armon WR Cincinnati 6'4 200 4.58
84 Saunders, Weslye TE South Carolina 6'5 280 4.76
85 Love, DeMarcus OT Arkansas
86 Boling, Clint OT Georgia 6'5 297 5.05
87 Stocker, Luke TE Tennessee 6'6 240 4.71
88 Etheridge, Zac S Auburn 6'0 212
89 Boren, Justin OG Ohio State 6'3 315 5.17
90 Carmichael, Rashard CB Virginia Tech 5'11 186 4.45
91 Sturvidant, Quan ILB North Carolina 6'2 235 4.62
92 Smith, Brian ILB Notre Dame 6'3 240 4.7
93 Watt, J.J. 4-3 DE Wisconsin
94 Taylor, Adrian DT Oklahoma 6'1 291 4.94
95 Taylor, Phil NT Baylor 6'4 355 5.5
96 James, LaMichael RB Oregon
97 Vereen, Shane RB California 5'10 198 4.45
98 Anderson, Jeffery TE UAB 6'3 255 4.73
99 Thomas, Daniel RB Kansas State 6'2 227 4.6
101 Sheppard, Kelvin ILB LSU 6'3 240 4.62
102 Carpenter, James OT Alabama 6'7 300 5.04
103 Lewis, Dion RB Pittsburgh
104 Hunter, Kendall RB Oklahoma State 5'8 190 4.42
105 Allen, Armando RB Notre Dame 6'0 200 4.42
106 McCarthy, Colin OLB Miami(Fla.) 6'3 242 4.61
107 Williams, Ian NT Notre Dame 6'2 307 5.27
108 Lewis, Travis OLB Oklahoma 6'2 232 4.5
109 Marsh, Lawrence DT Florida 6'5 305 4.91
110 Casey, Jurell 3-4 DE USC 6'1 295 5.04
110 Gray, Anthony DT Southern Miss. 6'0 314 5.22
111 Scott, Lawton DT Ole Miss. 6'2 322 5.35
112 Worthy, Jerell 3-4 DE Michigan State 6'3 292 4.99
113 Schilling, Stephen OG Michigan 6'5 304 5.02
114 Franklin, Orlando OG Miami(Fla.) 6'7 318 5.28
115 Jackson, Andrew OG Fresno State 6'5 295 5.16
116 Johnson, Carl OG Florida 6'5 342 5.45
117 Pianalto, Zach TE North Carolina 6'4 255
118 Gantt, Charlie TE Michigan State 6'5 248 4.8
119 Paul, Niles WR Nebraska 6'1 215 4.42
120 Hankerson, Leonard WR Miami(Fla.) 6'3 215 4.57
121 Brown, Vincent WR San Diego State 6'0 180 4.46
122 Pettis, Austin WR Boise State 6'3 201 4.56
123 Broyles, Ryan WR Oklahoma 5'11 175 4.41
124 Rodgers, Jacquizz RB Oregon State 5'7 191 4.45
125 Allen, Anthony RB Georgia Tech 6'0 231 4.61
126 Helu, Roy RB Nebraska 6'0 215 4.54
127 King, Caleb RB Georgia 5'22 210 4.4
128 McMahon, Ryan C Florida State 6'3 282
129 Baxter, Colin C Arizona
130 Sands, Robert S West Virginia
131 Harris, Brandon CB Miami(Fla.) 5'10 195 4.41
132 McNeil, Mike TE Nebraska 6'4 240 4.75
133 Brown, DeAndre WR Southern Miss. 6'6 228 4.48
134 Owusu, Chris WR Stanford 6'2 201 4.46
135 Burney, Kendric CB North Carolina 5'9 182 4.4
136 Culliver, Chris S South Carolina 6'1 190 4.45
137 Shannon, Devonte S Buffalo 6'1 205 4.64
138 Smith, Jimmy CB Colorado
139 Boykin, Brandon CB Georgia
140 Hurd, Zach OG Connecticut 6'7 315 5.24
141 Claiborne, Thomas OG Boston College 6'3 325 5.27
142 Pinkston, Jason OT Pittsburgh 6'4 305 4.96
143 Reynolds, Matt OT BYU 6'6 325 5.1
144 Keenum, Case QB Houston 6'2 210 4.83
145 Rodgers, James WR Oregon State 5'7 185 4.38
146 Young, Titus WR Boise State
147 Kendricks, Lance TE Wisconsin
148 Zeimba, Lee OT Auburn 6'8 310 5.15
149 Clay, John RB Wisconsin
150 Havili, Stanley FB USC

NOTE: Height and Weight are listed as listed on various media sites, same with 40 times.

Feel free to discuss, and as always this is not a projection of where they will be picked, but more how I feel about them as players. Some likely would be picked higher and lower if draft was today.

[ Edited by AB83Rules on Nov 28, 2010 at 18:23:39 ]
Isn't dion lewis a true sophomore?

And of course kolb-12 mil-lol-
Originally posted by jojomellon:
Isn't dion lewis a true sophomore?

And of course kolb-12 mil-lol-

Yes, the Salary Cap know-it-all and expert failed to own up to his mistake after you trounced him in the other thread.
Hey, AB. I will take a look at it but right off the bat you're missing JJ Watt.

He has so many plays that don't make the stats and he's been bringing it all year but this is what he did today:

Seven tackles, three tackles for loss, a sack, two forced fumbles, three quarterback hurries and a blocked extra-point attempt. Also, had a tipped ball that lead to an INT returned to around Northwestern's 30 and one of his QB hurries lead to a pick 6.

He had a tip that he intercepted last week against Michigan. The guy started out at Central Michigan as a TE so you know he is athletic. I see him as a Justin Smith guy but maybe more athletic. He brings it every play, causes fumbles, tips balls, ints, tackles for loss, etc. If you look at his stats for the year like I said it doesn't say it all plus he was hurt most of the year. He's the type of guy who gets pissed when he gets injured. Usually just shakes it off and comes back in.

Also, the type of guy with great intangibles. Does the off the field charity work and visits childern's hospitals. He also started his own foundation.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1174342/index.htm

From the above article
The advice Watt extends often echoes the quote you'll see under his picture in the '07 Pewaukee (Wis.) High yearbook: "Dream Big, Work Hard." He is currently producing wristbands featuring the slogan and his number (99) that he will distribute when he visits kids like Jaxson, who has been showing signs of improvement over the last year. And Watt is not afraid to dream big with his foundation, which should be approved as a federally recognized nonprofit organization within the year. "I'd [like to] expand it and make it grow throughout the country," he says. "Hopefully, if I make the NFL, I can make it really big."
Originally posted by GoGiantsHumBaby:
Originally posted by jojomellon:
Isn't dion lewis a true sophomore?

And of course kolb-12 mil-lol-

Yes, the Salary Cap know-it-all and expert failed to own up to his mistake after you trounced him in the other thread.

Anyone who's been on this forum longer than a month knows what AB has contributed to this forum. Nobody is right 100% of the time but he puts a lot of effort into keeping up with the salary cap, draft and makes good smart posts about the 9ers.

jojomellon, you seem like a knowledgeable poster yourself which is welcomed on these boards but not sure if anyone will respect your opinion if you're an ass about it.

[ Edited by Gore_21 on Nov 28, 2010 at 02:11:44 ]
Gore_21, thanks bud.

I knew i was missing someone important, lol.

Anyway, as for JoJo, no where does it say Kolb is making that 10.7M in 2010, but If i am wrong than I apologize, but no need to blast me in another thread.

As for Dion Lewis, I believe he is a 3rd yr so or JR, not 100% sure. I cant remember.
43 Jordan, Cameron 4-3 DE California
44 Paea, Stephen DT Oregon State 6'1 285 5.05

I think these guys could move into the first round.

Titus Young from Boise State looks like a guy who someone will grab in the first 3 rounds for WR/KR. The guy just makes big plays.
Wow Locker #10? I understand that it's not necessarily where they will be picked but... I guess I'm asking where do you think he'll be picked. I was thinking he may be available in the 2nd or even early 3rd after a (by many accounts) rough senior year.

Also thanks for the Board it's a great reference
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Wow Locker #10? I understand that it's not necessarily where they will be picked but... I guess I'm asking where do you think he'll be picked. I was thinking he may be available in the 2nd or even early 3rd after a (by many accounts) rough senior year.

Also thanks for the Board it's a great reference

I think he will go higher than where people may think he will. He is the 2nd best QB, and QBs always go high.

And no prob on the board, I may not be like MD or OTC or as knowledgable but I try, lol.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Wow Locker #10? I understand that it's not necessarily where they will be picked but... I guess I'm asking where do you think he'll be picked. I was thinking he may be available in the 2nd or even early 3rd after a (by many accounts) rough senior year.

Also thanks for the Board it's a great reference

I think he will go higher than where people may think he will. He is the 2nd best QB, and QBs always go high.

And no prob on the board, I may not be like MD or OTC or as knowledgable but I try, lol.

AB, you are probably the hardest working poster on this board (no offense to MD, OTC, or oldman49er) b/c not only do you run DraftWatchers, but you constantly try to put up detailed posts like this, and it shows man

As for Prince Amamkurma, havent seen much of Nebraska play, but I'm worried due to his numbers (size and speed) that he may be another Mike Rumph. Can you tell me any noticeable differences that make him better than Rumph when he came out of Miami?
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Wow Locker #10? I understand that it's not necessarily where they will be picked but... I guess I'm asking where do you think he'll be picked. I was thinking he may be available in the 2nd or even early 3rd after a (by many accounts) rough senior year.

Also thanks for the Board it's a great reference

I think he will go higher than where people may think he will. He is the 2nd best QB, and QBs always go high.

And no prob on the board, I may not be like MD or OTC or as knowledgable but I try, lol.

AB, you are probably the hardest working poster on this board (no offense to MD, OTC, or oldman49er) b/c not only do you run DraftWatchers, but you constantly try to put up detailed posts like this, and it shows man

As for Prince Amamkurma, havent seen much of Nebraska play, but I'm worried due to his numbers (size and speed) that he may be another Mike Rumph. Can you tell me any noticeable differences that make him better than Rumph when he came out of Miami?

thanks man, i try my best.

As for Prince Amukamara. I too worry about his size. he is on the small size and tends to be burned a bit, but In the right system, and a right coaches I feel he will succeed.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Wow Locker #10? I understand that it's not necessarily where they will be picked but... I guess I'm asking where do you think he'll be picked. I was thinking he may be available in the 2nd or even early 3rd after a (by many accounts) rough senior year.

Also thanks for the Board it's a great reference

I think he will go higher than where people may think he will. He is the 2nd best QB, and QBs always go high.

And no prob on the board, I may not be like MD or OTC or as knowledgable but I try, lol.

AB, you are probably the hardest working poster on this board (no offense to MD, OTC, or oldman49er) b/c not only do you run DraftWatchers, but you constantly try to put up detailed posts like this, and it shows man

As for Prince Amamkurma, havent seen much of Nebraska play, but I'm worried due to his numbers (size and speed) that he may be another Mike Rumph. Can you tell me any noticeable differences that make him better than Rumph when he came out of Miami?

thanks man, i try my best.

As for Prince Amukamara. I too worry about his size. he is on the small size and tends to be burned a bit, but In the right system, and a right coaches I feel he will succeed.

So he's basically a Tampa-2 corner?
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Wow Locker #10? I understand that it's not necessarily where they will be picked but... I guess I'm asking where do you think he'll be picked. I was thinking he may be available in the 2nd or even early 3rd after a (by many accounts) rough senior year.

Also thanks for the Board it's a great reference

I think he will go higher than where people may think he will. He is the 2nd best QB, and QBs always go high.

And no prob on the board, I may not be like MD or OTC or as knowledgable but I try, lol.

AB, you are probably the hardest working poster on this board (no offense to MD, OTC, or oldman49er) b/c not only do you run DraftWatchers, but you constantly try to put up detailed posts like this, and it shows man

As for Prince Amamkurma, havent seen much of Nebraska play, but I'm worried due to his numbers (size and speed) that he may be another Mike Rumph. Can you tell me any noticeable differences that make him better than Rumph when he came out of Miami?

thanks man, i try my best.

As for Prince Amukamara. I too worry about his size. he is on the small size and tends to be burned a bit, but In the right system, and a right coaches I feel he will succeed.

So he's basically a Tampa-2 corner?

i think he can suceed in any system, but i doubt he would under our DB Coaches, who are terrible, hence, Goldson, Nate, etc.... So, he might be best suited as a tampa 2 CB, but idk for sure, Ive been having Amuakamra to us in many mocks, but at 8th, and Ill be doing another mock after monday night, so we'll see where he falls or lands.
I know ppl may hate me, but for us, unless we can get Luck or Peterson, I wouldn't mind trading back (if we can), pick up Mallett (if we can) and let him sit a year to learn under the OC and Troy Smith to learn the offense and come in the next year.

As much as QB is important, we need secondary help and OLB/DE help (and this draft is deep in both). I'll be posting a mock draft after PhD applications are over, so thanks for the board, will def be using it to help with my picks
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
I know ppl may hate me, but for us, unless we can get Luck or Peterson, I wouldn't mind trading back (if we can), pick up Mallett (if we can) and let him sit a year to learn under the OC and Troy Smith to learn the offense and come in the next year.

As much as QB is important, we need secondary help and OLB/DE help (and this draft is deep in both). I'll be posting a mock draft after PhD applications are over, so thanks for the board, will def be using it to help with my picks

very cool.

I also want either Luck or Peterson, if not then trade down, get an extra 2nd or 3rd, and pick up a QB like Locker, Mallet or a Pass Rusher like Kerrigan, Beal or Quinn.