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2013 Prospect Watch List

OT:
1. *Taylor Lewan, Michigan, 6-8/302
2. *D.J. Fluker, Alabama, 6-6/335
3. *Jake Matthews, Texas A&M, 6-5/305
4. *Chris Faulk, LSU, 6-6/325
5. Ricky Wagner, Wisconsin, 6-6/322

TE:
1. *Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame, 6-6/251
2. Joseph Fauria, UCLA ,6-7/258
3. *Zach Ertz, Stanford, 6-6/249
4. Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State, 6-5/245
5. Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn, 6-5/250

WR:
1. *Robert Woods, USC, 6-1/190
2. *Keenan Allen, California, 6-3/206
3. *Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee, 6-3/208
4. Terrance Williams, Baylor, 6-3/205
5. Keenan Davis, Iowa, 6-3/215

Center:
1. Khaled Holmes, USC, 6-3 310
2. Graham Pocic, Illinois, 6-5 308

DE:
1. *Margus Hunt, DE, Southern Methodist, 6-7, 288
2.*Bjoern Werner, Florida State, 6-4/272
3. Alex Okafor, Texas, 6-4/260
4. *William Gholston, Michigan State, 6-7/275

DT:
1. *Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State, 6-4/317
2. Star Lotulelei, Utah, 6-4/325
3. *Sharrif Floyd, Florida, 6-3/305
4. Jesse Williams, Alabama, 6-4/320
5. Sheldon Richardson, Missouri, 6-4/295

OLB:
1. *Jarvis Jones, Georgia, 6-3/241
2. *Barkevious Mingo, LSU, 6-5/240
3. *Sam Montgomery, LSU, 6-4/245
4. Brandon Jenkins, Florida State, 6-3/260
5. Gerald Hodges, Penn State, 6-2/233

ILB:
1. *C.J. Mosley, Alabama, 6-2/232
2. Manti Te'o, Notre Dame, 6-2/255
3. Kevin Reddick, North Carolina, 6-3/240
4. Shayne Skov, Stanford, 6-3/251
5. *Kevin Minter, LSU, 6-2/242

CB:
1. *David Amerson, North Carolina State, 6-3/194
2. *Tyrann Mathieu, LSU, 5-9/175
3. Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State, 6-2/185
4. Johnny Adams, Michigan State, 5-11/175
5. Jordan Poyer, Oregon State, 6-0/190

FS/SS:
1. *Eric Reid, LSU, 6-2/208
2. T.J. McDonald, USC, 6-3/205
3. Robert Lester, Alabama, 6-2/210
4. *Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma, 5-10/199
5. Bacarri Rambo, Georgia, 6-0/218
Originally posted by Sacborn49ersfan:
OT:
1. *Taylor Lewan, Michigan, 6-8/302
2. *D.J. Fluker, Alabama, 6-6/335
3. *Jake Matthews, Texas A&M, 6-5/305
4. *Chris Faulk, LSU, 6-6/325
5. Ricky Wagner, Wisconsin, 6-6/322

TE:
1. *Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame, 6-6/251
2. Joseph Fauria, UCLA ,6-7/258
3. *Zach Ertz, Stanford, 6-6/249
4. Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State, 6-5/245
5. Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn, 6-5/250

WR:
1. *Robert Woods, USC, 6-1/190
2. *Keenan Allen, California, 6-3/206
3. *Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee, 6-3/208
4. Terrance Williams, Baylor, 6-3/205
5. Keenan Davis, Iowa, 6-3/215

Center:
1. Khaled Holmes, USC, 6-3 310
2. Graham Pocic, Illinois, 6-5 308

DE:
1. *Margus Hunt, DE, Southern Methodist, 6-7, 288
2.*Bjoern Werner, Florida State, 6-4/272
3. Alex Okafor, Texas, 6-4/260
4. *William Gholston, Michigan State, 6-7/275

DT:
1. *Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State, 6-4/317
2. Star Lotulelei, Utah, 6-4/325
3. *Sharrif Floyd, Florida, 6-3/305
4. Jesse Williams, Alabama, 6-4/320
5. Sheldon Richardson, Missouri, 6-4/295

OLB:
1. *Jarvis Jones, Georgia, 6-3/241
2. *Barkevious Mingo, LSU, 6-5/240
3. *Sam Montgomery, LSU, 6-4/245
4. Brandon Jenkins, Florida State, 6-3/260
5. Gerald Hodges, Penn State, 6-2/233

ILB:
1. *C.J. Mosley, Alabama, 6-2/232
2. Manti Te'o, Notre Dame, 6-2/255
3. Kevin Reddick, North Carolina, 6-3/240
4. Shayne Skov, Stanford, 6-3/251
5. *Kevin Minter, LSU, 6-2/242

CB:
1. *David Amerson, North Carolina State, 6-3/194
2. *Tyrann Mathieu, LSU, 5-9/175
3. Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State, 6-2/185
4. Johnny Adams, Michigan State, 5-11/175
5. Jordan Poyer, Oregon State, 6-0/190

FS/SS:
1. *Eric Reid, LSU, 6-2/208
2. T.J. McDonald, USC, 6-3/205
3. Robert Lester, Alabama, 6-2/210
4. *Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma, 5-10/199
5. Bacarri Rambo, Georgia, 6-0/218

Good list to start the year off.

But Hankins over Star? Count me as skeptical of that. Same with Mosley over Te'o. I think Mathieu has a good chance of falling outside of the 1st due to his limited size.

On safeties, I'm not buying the TJ McDonald hype. I saw him a lot in games and he is definately going to be in the NFL, but I don't see 1st round material.
A.J. Jenkins
LaMichael James

Any Justin Smith type clones?
remember to add guys who stand out

draft eligible please
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
Any Justin Smith type clones?

People always ask this.

Here is what Justin Smith looked like in college:
-Started as a true freshman
-Junior year he posted 11 sacks and 24 TFL to set school records, First-Team All American Honors as a Junior
-he was drafted number four overall.
-People always seem to think Justin Smith was some hidden gem, he was not. He was the top rated DE of his class
-out of college he was 6-4, 267 lbs, ran a 4.64 40 time, 26 bench presses, 34 inch vertical leap
-Justin Smith was only a "hidden gem" because he played on the Bengals, otherwise the guy has been a stud at every point of his career.

A guy that could emerge as a comparison is Justin Gayle of Virginia Tech. As a sophmore he was named 2nd team ACC and picked up 12.5 TFL and 7 sacks, so if he is able to have a monster junior year he could put up similar stats to Justin Smith. He has roughly the same build as Justin Smith. Gayle won VT's workour warrior award in spring (reportedly posting a 4.44 40). But really its way to early to compare a prospect to Justin Smith, we gotta see how they play this year.
Can go ahead and move Da'Rick Rogers from Tennessee down the list. Kicked off the team this year. And had to transfer to Tennessee Tech.
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Originally posted by Travisty13:
Can go ahead and move Da'Rick Rogers from Tennessee down the list. Kicked off the team this year. And had to transfer to Tennessee Tech.

was pissed to hear this one, I love this kids game but if your moron, you cant be helped. Hopefully he gets his life in order because he has a shot to be big.
Draft Scout rankings

RB
1. *Marcus Lattimore6-0, 220, South Carolina
2. Montee Ball5-11, 215, Wisconsin
3. *Knile Davis6-0, 226, Arkansas
4. *Le'Veon Bell6-2, 244, Michigan State
5. *Eddie Lacy5-10, 220, Alabama

WR
1. *Keenan Allen6-3, 210, California
2. *Justin Hunter6-4, 200, Tennessee
3. *Robert Woods6-1, 190, Southern California
4. Terrance Williams6-2, 205, Baylor
5. *Da'Rick Rogers6-3, 206, Tennessee Tech

TE
1. *Tyler Eifert6-5, 252, Notre Dame
2. *Dion Sims6-5, 285, Michigan State
3. *C.J. Fiedorowicz6-6, 265, Iowa
4. Michael Williams6-5, 272, Alabama
5. *Jordan Reed6-3, 243, Florida

OT
1. *Luke Joeckel6-6, 310, Texas A&M
2. *Taylor Lewan6-7, 310, Michigan
3. *Chris Faulk6-5, 323, LSU
4. *D.J. Fluker6-6, 335, Alabama
5. *Jake Matthews6-5, 305, Texas A&M

DE
1. *Sam Montgomery6-5, 260, LSU
2. *Bjoern Werner6-4, 256, Florida State
3. *Jackson Jeffcoat6-5, 245, Texas
4. *Corey Lemonier6-3, 242, Auburn
5. Alex Okafor6-5, 265, Texas

DT
1. Star Lotulelei6-3, 320, Utah
2. *Johnathon Hankins6-3, 320, Ohio State
3. Jesse Williams6-3, 320, Alabama
4. Kawann Short6-3, 315, Purdue
5. Sylvester Williams6-3, 320, North Carolina

ILB
1. Manti Te'o6-2, 255, Notre Dame
2. Shayne Skov6-3, 242, Stanford
3. Kevin Reddick6-2, 240, North Carolina
4. Arthur Brown6-1, 228, Kansas State
5. Nico Johnson6-2, 245, Alabama

OLB
1. *Barkevious Mingo6-4, 240, LSU
2. *Jarvis Jones6-2, 242, Georgia
3. Sean Porter6-2, 230, Texas A&M
4. *C.J. Mosley6-2, 232, Alabama
5. Chase Thomas6-4, 248, Stanford

CB
1. *David Amerson6-2, 194, North Carolina State
2. *Dee Milliner6-1, 198, Alabama
3. Johnthan Banks6-1, 185, Mississippi State
4. *Xavier Rhodes6-1, 217, Florida State
5. *Tyrann Mathieu5-09, 178, LSU

FS
1. *Eric Reid6-2, 212, LSU
2. T.J. McDonald6-2, 205, Southern California
3. *Tony Jefferson5-11, 212, Oklahoma
4. John Boyett5-10, 205, Oregon
5. Bacarri Rambo6-0, 210, Georgia

SS
1. Kenny Vaccaro6-1, 218, Texas
2. Robert Lester6-2, 212, Alabama
3. Shawn Williams6-1, 218, Georgia
4. *Matt Elam5-10, 202, Florida
5. Jordan Kovacs5-11, 202, Michigan
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
Any Justin Smith type clones?
I watched Sheldon Richardson this past weekend and he pursues down field like Smith. Didn't always get the push up front the same way but was in the face of the QB on the first interception of the game.
LT Chris Faulk, Junior, LSU - injured knee in practice, will be out long term and need surgery....
S Boyett on Oregon is out for the year due to knee injury
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Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:
S Boyett on Oregon is out for the year due to knee injury


Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:
LT Chris Faulk, Junior, LSU - injured knee in practice, will be out long term and need surgery....

lots of big name prospects going down for count this season.....
Tyler Eifert will replace Walker on our squad unless Baalke screws the pooch again. That kid is the real deal.
Originally posted by bigwads:
Tyler Eifert will replace Walker on our squad unless Baalke screws the pooch again. That kid is the real deal.

bigger needs for us....Eifert will go prior anyways