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The list of people who's opinion I will listen to in the media about the draft is small. About 5 people long.

Gil Brandt
Mike Mayock
Rick Gosselin
Nolan Nawrocki
Bob McGinn

Lets take a peek at the boards of these people, we'll cut short at the end of the top 5 prospects.

1 Aaron Curry LB Wake Forest
2 Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech
3 Jason Smith OT Baylor
4 Brian Orakpo DE/LB Texas
5 Eugene Monroe OT Virginia

1. OLB 59 Aaron Curry Wake Forest 6.75 6016 250 4.61 ILB
2. QB 7 Matthew Stafford Georgia 6.65 6020e 235e 4.8e Jr.
3. OT 72 Jason Smith Baylor 6.60 6044e 300e 5.05e X, TE
4. WR 5 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech 6.55 6024e 215e 4.55e Soph.-3, Ch.
5. CB 2 Malcolm Jenkins Ohio State 6.50 6000e 195e 4.5e FS

1. Aaron Curry OLB, Wake Forest
2. Michael Crabtree WR, Texas Tech
3. Matthew Stafford QB, Georgia
4. Jason Smith OT, Baylor
5. B.J. Raji DT, Boston College

[url=]Gil Brandt
I've got what I call "plateaus." My first plateau, in no particular order, consists of:

Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
Michael Oher, OT, Mississippi
Brian Orapko, DE/LB, Texas
Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
One who could slip into the first plateau: Jason Smith, OT, Baylor

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