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I disagree that BPA is out the window after the 2nd round. The 3rd and 4th always supply quality players who slipped thru. Wether it be a bad 40 time or character issues etc


Because the third and fourth round are full of players that slipped, its highly debatable on who the best one is.

When the Lions took CJ in 2007 with the 2nd pick, no one was debating that he was the BPA.

But, in the third and rounds thereafter, the rankings become more subjective. While there is generally a consensus over who the best player available is with the 2nd pick, there is typically consensus no conses BPA in third+ rounds.

So the Lions could use their 3rd round pick on some LB and say he was the BPA, but everyone else could disagree and they wouldn't necessarily be wrong.


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No offense, but I hate Top 50 Boards that only include Seniors. That's one of the reasons why I never pay any attention to Mel Kiper's Big Board before he adds the underclassmen. Guys that seem to be ranked highly really aren't after the Juniors are added and it distorts their worth.

Here's one that includes Juniors that was updated yesterday:
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College football has reached the midway point of the 2009 regular season and a number of players have already left positive impressions on league scouts. As we move towards the second half of the campaign here is a ranking of the top 50 prospects eligible for the 2010 NFL Draft. (*denotes underclassmen)

1) Ndamukong Suh/DT/Nebraska: Suh is not only dominant but also plays a smart brand of football with a non-stop motor. He's the type of player opponents must game plan around weekly.

2) Eric Berry*/S/Tennessee: The Volunteers top player lacks the size of a classic safety yet is a complete defensive back in every way.

3) Gerald McCoy*/DL/Oklahoma: McCoy has been dominant since stepping on the field as a freshman. He offers potential at a variety of defensive line spots in a number of different schemes.

4) Russell Okung/T/Oklahoma State: Okung is a complete offensive tackle with a large upside. The left tackle stands out in pass protection while also dominating as a run blocker.

5) Taylor Mays/S/USC: The Trojans senior would've been a top 15 pick in last April's draft and now moves towards 2010 with a top ten ranking.

6) Dez Bryant*/WR/Oklahoma State: Bryant is big, dominant and flashes the ability to break games open. He's disappeared against top competition in the past. It's important for him to return to the field if the NCAA lifts his suspension.

7) Anthony Davis*/T/Rutgers: The Rutgers junior is rated by many as the best pass-protecting left tackle in the nation. Davis is a terrific athlete who'll improve as he physically matures. He is expected to enter the draft.

8 ) Sam Bradford*/QB/Oklahoma: Bradford's recent injury woes are a setback but he's still a quality signal caller with the ability to lead a franchise at the next level.

9) Jonathan Dwyer*/RB/Georgia Tech: Dwyer offers a tremendous combination of size, speed and strength. The junior has the necessary skill set to be a franchise back in the NFL.

10) Greg Hardy/DE/Mississippi: Hardy ranks with any player in this draft but has been unable to stay healthy the past two seasons. He offers tremendous upside, which will be met should he stay away from the injury bug.

11) Damian Williams*/WR/USC: The Trojans wideout offers home-run hitting speed, breaking games open as a receiver and return specialist. He's developing a complete game and is a special talent.

12) Jerry Hughes/OLB-DE/TCU: Hughes, highly rated entering the season, has elevated his game as a senior. He moves towards April ranked as one of the top 3-4 outside linebackers on the draft board.

13) Arthur Jones/DT/Syracuse: Jones has been the bright spot in what has been a dreary chapter in Syracuse football. He's another prospect with a great motor and the versatility to be used at several defensive line spots.

14) Brandon Spikes/LB/Florida: Florida's defensive leader is one of the fiercest linebackers available in next April's draft. Spikes dominates as a run defender and also terrorizes quarterbacks on the blitz.

15) Jahvid Best*/RB/California: Best is one of the most complete backs in the nation and a ball carrier who creates his own yardage while also being a legitimate receiving threat out of the backfield.

16) Trent Williams/T/Oklahoma: Williams has the strength to play right tackle but also possesses the athleticism to develop on the left side. He has as much upside as any lineman in the nation but his game needs a lot of development.

17) Joe Haden*/CB/Florida: The Gators' shutdown corner is turning into a complete defensive back. His ball skills and ability in coverage are complimented by the toughness he displays in run defense.

18 ) Rolando McClain*/LB/Alabama: McClain's ability to stack against the run is tremendous. He offers a great combination of toughness and intelligence.

19) Ricky Sapp/OLB-DE/Clemson: When healthy, Sapp is a difference-maker. He can make plays behind the line and possesses the athleticism necessary to stand up over tackle.

20) Terrence Cody/NT/Alabama: Mount Cody is the premier nose tackle prospect in the nation. His 375-pound frame controls the middle of the field, though scouts are concerned about his weight and conditioning.

21) Arrileous Benn*/WR/Illinois: Benn is a big, strong, possession wideout with the ability to control contests. The lack of speed and quickness in his game will push him out of the draft's top 15 slots.

22) Corey Wootton/DL/Northwestern: Wootton has top ten potential but has struggled to return to form nine months after his injured knee was surgically repaired.

23) Jevan Snead*/QB/Mississippi: Snead has the makings of an early first-round pick but has been playing more like a mid-round selection in 2009.

24) Sergio Kindle/DE-OLB/Texas: Kindle is a forceful athlete with NFL-type size/speed numbers. He's adept at creating havoc up the field but must expand his game and learn to make plays moving in reverse at the next level.

25) Bryan Bulaga*/T/Iowa: The Hawkeyes left tackle has the size and footwork necessary to be a first-round pick and blindside protector in the NFL.

26) Eric Norwood/LB/South Carolina: Norwood withdrew his initial decision to enter the '09 draft after receiving a fourth-round grade. His play this season has been stellar and Norwood now ranks as a first-round pick.

27) Jermaine Gresham/TE/Oklahoma: Gresham is a true downfield receiving threat and a tight end with NFL size and speed. The knee injury that sidelined him this season will be costly next April.

28 ) Marvin Austin*/DT/North Carolina: Austin is a difference-maker when his motor's running. His game comes with a large amount of upside potential.

29) Brandon Ghee/CB/Wake Forest: Ghee has been a shutdown cornerback the three seasons he's played at Wake. He offers terrific size with the ball skills to match.

30) C.J. Spiller/RB/Clemson: The Tigers top skill player breaks games open at running back and as a return specialist. Scouts are split whether Spiller is a feature ball carrier or situational specialist for the next level.

31) Jared Odrick/DL/Penn State: The Nittany Lions versatile lineman plays hard until the whistle blows and is getting looks as a conventional defensive tackle and two-gap end.

32) Marshwan Gilyard/WR/Cincinnati: Gilyard is turning into a reliable game breaker and can help a team in a variety of ways.

33) Greg Romeus*/DE-OLB/Pittsburgh: He has the ability to destroy plays at will. He possesses the size and athleticism to get consideration as a rush linebacker.

34) Sean Weatherspoon/OLB/Missouri: Weatherspoon has been a tackling machine for Missouri since his sophomore season. He combines the athleticism and speed necessary to be a starting outside linebacker in the NFL.

35) Brandon LaFell/WR/LSU: LaFell has rewrote the pass catching records at LSU and rates as the top senior receiver in April's draft. Forty times in March will dictate how early he is selected.

36) Roddrick Muckelroy/LB/Texas: Muckelroy is a three-down linebacker with the versatility to be used in a number of defensive systems.

37) Carlos Dunlap*/DL/Florida: Dunlap has all-world ability but only plays to it a fraction of the time. There's enough time for Dunlap to elevate his game but he comes with a bit of risk.

38 ) Bruce Carter*/OLB/North Carolina: Carter is a terrific linebacker special teams player with a record number of blocked punts/kicks to his credit.

39) Vince Oghobaase/DL/Duke: Oghobaase has the skill set necessary to be used as a two-gap end in a 34 alignment.

40) Tim Tebow/QB/Florida: The former Heisman Trophy winner needs work on his passing fundamentals yet will bring large returns for a team patient with his development.

41) Brandon Graham/DE/Michigan: Graham is a difference maker on the college level yet his size (6-foot, ½-inch/274 pounds) makes scouts wonder where to place him in the NFL.

42) Tyson Aluala/DL/California: Aluala is building a buzz for himself in scouting circles. He's a rough and tumble lineman who can play defensive tackle or be used as a two-gap end.

43) Mike Iupati/G/Idaho: Iupati is one of the nation's most dominant and complete blockers. He possesses the size, strength and athleticism to start in the NFL.

44) Derrick Morgan*/DE/Georgia Tech: Morgan is a fierce pass rusher who will only improve as he adds size and strength to his frame.

45) Jimmy Clausen*/QB/Notre Dame: The starting signal caller for the Irish draws a variety of opinion amongst NFL scouts. He has the physical skills to play in the NFL but his ability to make the proper decision in the tough spot is questioned. Clausen's best course of action is to return to Notre Dame for his senior season.

46) Bruce Campbell*/T/Maryland: Campbell's skills in pass protection stand out and the Maryland junior offers starting potential in the NFL in due time.

47) Colt McCoy/QB/Texas: The Heisman Trophy candidate has tremendous quarterback intangibles and football smarts. Questions surround his arm strength, so pre-draft workouts will ultimately determine how high McCoy is selected in April.

48 ) Dominique Franks*/CB/Oklahoma: Franks combines size and athleticism to shut opponents down. He has big-time ability but is prone to costly lapses in concentration, which concerns scouts.

49) Eric Decker/WR/Minnesota: Decker does not possess elite speed but makes up for it with smart, tough, reliable play. He has the makings of a dependable second receiver on the NFL level.

50) Gabe Carimi*/T/Wisconsin: Carimi is the next great offensive lineman to come from the Badger program. He's a terrific pass-protecting left tackle with the size necessary to grow into a dominant run blocker.



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October 23rd, 2009, 10:28 am
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I disagree that BPA is out the window after the 2nd round. The 3rd and 4th always supply quality players who slipped thru. Wether it be a bad 40 time or character issues etc


Because the third and fourth round are full of players that slipped, its highly debatable on who the best one is.

When the Lions took CJ in 2007 with the 2nd pick, no one was debating that he was the BPA.

But, in the third and rounds thereafter, the rankings become more subjective. While there is generally a consensus over who the best player available is with the 2nd pick, there is typically consensus no conses BPA in third+ rounds.

So the Lions could use their 3rd round pick on some LB and say he was the BPA, but everyone else could disagree and they wouldn't necessarily be wrong.


I agree.....by the time you get to different teams boards for late second round picks, their ratings are going to be as much about how much that player can help the team based on their position, as much as their talent. Every draft has players that dropped from the first round, some team takes a chance on them and they turn out to be really good. But at the same time, there are players that drop and turn out to be worthless. You take a chance. The first two rounds are usually much better defined in regards to who is a better talent than who, regardless of position. But any team making a selection is going to take position into account. If Cleveland would have had the first overall pick this past April, I doubt they would have selected Stafford, even if he was the top player on their board.

Best Player Available must be tempered with Best Player for the Team. Regardless of what round the selection is made.


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I saw people mention the USC LT before, I thought potentiallya s a 1st round pick, but unless I missed it, he is not even in their top 50 list?


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DJ-B wrote:
I saw people mention the USC LT before, I thought potentiallya s a 1st round pick, but unless I missed it, he is not even in their top 50 list?


It's nice that this top 50 list includes juniors, but there are some players in that list I simply can't agree being there.

Wooton, Dunlap and Snead are not in the top 50 of players in college football this season. I've watched all three of these guys in some games. Snead has been horrible, and if any team takes him higher than the third round they're crazy. Dunlap is lazy, pure and simple. He could be dominant, if he tries hard. Otherwise, he's a waste. I wouldn't want the Lions to take him higher than third round. Michael Johnson fell to round three last season based on the same character issues. Wooton.....it's a shame, but it seems like he hasn't fully recovered. One wonders if he ever will....Charles Brown could be included in that top 50.


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I wish there was some way for us to get an extra second round pick or two in this draft. We would be able to fill huge holes with some legitimate looking NFL talent. Unfortunately, teams don't look to be willing to part with picks in such a deep draft.

If we can somehow come away with a Dlineman, LT and a CB from the first three rounds I'll be happy.


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I wish there was some way for us to get an extra second round pick or two in this draft. We would be able to fill huge holes with some legitimate looking NFL talent. Unfortunately, teams don't look to be willing to part with picks in such a deep draft.

If we can somehow come away with a Dlineman, LT and a CB from the first three rounds I'll be happy.


It isn't just other teams unwillingness to trade picks...the Lions just don't really have much in the way of trade bait.

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Hey we can alwys hope for a Clevland type deal; drop 2 spots in the first round get a second rounder in return!


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Hey we can alwys hope for a Clevland type deal; drop 2 spots in the first round get a second rounder in return!


Actually, we only dropped one spot, from sixth to seventh. We should have gotten no more than a fourth rounder for a move like that, that early in the draft. It was highway robbery.


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Great Blue North Draft Report just updated their Top 100 list:
GBNDR wrote:
1 Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
2 *Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
3 *Eric Berry FS Tennessee
4 *Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
5 *Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma (X)
6 Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
7 Taylor Mays FS Southern California
8 *Jake Locker QB Washington
9 Brian Bulaga OT Iowa (X)
10 *Arrelious Benn WR Illinois (X)
11 Greg Hardy DE Mississippi (X)
12 *Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State (O)
13 Colt McCoy QB Texas
14 *Joe Haden CB Florida
15 *Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
16 *Russell Davis OT Rutgers
17 *Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
18 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
19 Patrick Robinson CB Florida State
20 *Marvin Austin DT North Carolina
21 Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma (X)
22 *Desmon Briscoe WR Kansas
23 Arthur Jones DT Syracuse
24 *Damian Williams WR Southern California
25 Terrence Cody DT Alabama
26 *Greg Jones LB Michigan State
27 Corey Wooten DE Northwestern
28 *Rolando McLain LB Alabama
29 Patrick Sapp DE Clemson
30 *Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
31 Jerry Hughes DE Texas Christian
32 Brandon Spikes LB Florida
33 Brandon Graham DE Michigan
34 *Jahvid Best RB California
35 *Allen Bailey DT Miami
36 Brandon LaFell WR LSU
37 George Selvie DE South Florida
38 *Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
39 *Chad Jones FS LSU
40 Tim Tebow QB Florida (X)
41 *Joe McKnight RB Southern California
42 *Bruce Carter LB North Carolina
43 Sergio Kindle LB Texas
44 *Brian Price DT UCLA
45 C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
46 *Greg Romeus DE Pittsburgh
47 *Jevan Snead QB Mississippi
48 Jared Odrick DT Penn State
49 Selvish Capers OT West Virginia
50 *Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
51 Ciron Black OT LSU
52 *Mike Williams WR Syracuse
53 Sean Weatherspoon LB Missouri
54 *Navorro Bowman LB Penn State
55 Eric Norwood LB South Carolina
56 Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati
57 *Ryan Matthews RB Fresno State
58 *Von Miller LB Texas A&M
59 Darrell Stuckey FS Kansas
60 *Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin
61 Tyson Aluaha DT California
62 *Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
63 Brandon Ghee CB Wake Forest
64 Charles Brown OT Southern California
65 Sean Lee LB Penn State (X)
66 *Ras-I Dowling CB Virginia
67 *Lawrence Marsh DT Florida
68 *Morgan Burnett FS Georgia Tech
69 Tony Pike QB Cincinnati
70 Eric Decker WR Minnesota
71 Vince Oghobaase DT Duke
72 *Donovan Warren CB Michigan
73 *Kyle Hix OT Texas
74 *John Clay RB Wisconsin
75 Mike Iupati OG Idaho
76 Nate Allen FS South Florida
77 *Phil Taylor DT Baylor
78 Perrish Cox CB Oklahoma State
79 *Rennie Curran LB Georgia
80 Jeremy Williams WR Tulane
81 Jordan Shipley WR Texas
82 Sam Young OT Notre Dame
83 *Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
84 Mike Johnson OG Alabama
85 *Demarco Murray RB Oklahoma
86 Roddrick Muckelroy LB Texas
87 *Weslye Saunders TE South Carolina
88 Jacoby Ford WR Clemson
89 Trevard Lyndley CB Kentucky
90 *Mike Pouncey OG Florida
91 Kyle Wilson CB Boise State
92 Brandon Lang DE Troy
93 Ed Dickson TE Oregon
94 Jerome Murphy CB South Florida
95 O'Brien Schofield LB Wisconsin
96 Syd'Quan Thompson CB California
97 Geno Atkins DT Georgia
98 *Maurkice Pouncey C Florida
99 Graham Garrett TE Wisconsin
100 A.J. Edds LB Iowa

Notice how this one is a lot different from the others? They're all going to be like that at this time of the year, and they're going to keep changing up until the draft.

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slybri19 wrote:
Great Blue North Draft Report just updated their Top 100 list:
GBNDR wrote:
1 Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
2 *Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
3 *Eric Berry FS Tennessee
4 *Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
5 *Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma (X)
6 Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
7 Taylor Mays FS Southern California
8 *Jake Locker QB Washington
9 Brian Bulaga OT Iowa (X)
10 *Arrelious Benn WR Illinois (X)
11 Greg Hardy DE Mississippi (X)
12 *Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State (O)
13 Colt McCoy QB Texas
14 *Joe Haden CB Florida
15 *Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
16 *Russell Davis OT Rutgers
17 *Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
18 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
19 Patrick Robinson CB Florida State
20 *Marvin Austin DT North Carolina
21 Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma (X)
22 *Desmon Briscoe WR Kansas
23 Arthur Jones DT Syracuse
24 *Damian Williams WR Southern California
25 Terrence Cody DT Alabama
26 *Greg Jones LB Michigan State
27 Corey Wooten DE Northwestern
28 *Rolando McLain LB Alabama
29 Patrick Sapp DE Clemson
30 *Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
31 Jerry Hughes DE Texas Christian
32 Brandon Spikes LB Florida
33 Brandon Graham DE Michigan
34 *Jahvid Best RB California
35 *Allen Bailey DT Miami
36 Brandon LaFell WR LSU
37 George Selvie DE South Florida
38 *Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
39 *Chad Jones FS LSU
40 Tim Tebow QB Florida (X)
41 *Joe McKnight RB Southern California
42 *Bruce Carter LB North Carolina
43 Sergio Kindle LB Texas
44 *Brian Price DT UCLA
45 C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
46 *Greg Romeus DE Pittsburgh
47 *Jevan Snead QB Mississippi
48 Jared Odrick DT Penn State
49 Selvish Capers OT West Virginia
50 *Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
51 Ciron Black OT LSU
52 *Mike Williams WR Syracuse
53 Sean Weatherspoon LB Missouri
54 *Navorro Bowman LB Penn State
55 Eric Norwood LB South Carolina
56 Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati
57 *Ryan Matthews RB Fresno State
58 *Von Miller LB Texas A&M
59 Darrell Stuckey FS Kansas
60 *Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin
61 Tyson Aluaha DT California
62 *Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
63 Brandon Ghee CB Wake Forest
64 Charles Brown OT Southern California
65 Sean Lee LB Penn State (X)
66 *Ras-I Dowling CB Virginia
67 *Lawrence Marsh DT Florida
68 *Morgan Burnett FS Georgia Tech
69 Tony Pike QB Cincinnati
70 Eric Decker WR Minnesota
71 Vince Oghobaase DT Duke
72 *Donovan Warren CB Michigan
73 *Kyle Hix OT Texas
74 *John Clay RB Wisconsin
75 Mike Iupati OG Idaho
76 Nate Allen FS South Florida
77 *Phil Taylor DT Baylor
78 Perrish Cox CB Oklahoma State
79 *Rennie Curran LB Georgia
80 Jeremy Williams WR Tulane
81 Jordan Shipley WR Texas
82 Sam Young OT Notre Dame
83 *Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
84 Mike Johnson OG Alabama
85 *Demarco Murray RB Oklahoma
86 Roddrick Muckelroy LB Texas
87 *Weslye Saunders TE South Carolina
88 Jacoby Ford WR Clemson
89 Trevard Lyndley CB Kentucky
90 *Mike Pouncey OG Florida
91 Kyle Wilson CB Boise State
92 Brandon Lang DE Troy
93 Ed Dickson TE Oregon
94 Jerome Murphy CB South Florida
95 O'Brien Schofield LB Wisconsin
96 Syd'Quan Thompson CB California
97 Geno Atkins DT Georgia
98 *Maurkice Pouncey C Florida
99 Graham Garrett TE Wisconsin
100 A.J. Edds LB Iowa

Notice how this one is a lot different from the others? They're all going to be like that at this time of the year, and they're going to keep changing up until the draft.


I don't know how you can have Spiller all the way down at 45... He is quietly one of the most dynamic players in college football... Speed, balance, change of direction, vision, hands, strength and some serious return ability... The guy has it all... I strongly disagree with that ranking...

Not a fan of Dunlap being ranked that high...

Dez Bryant is the best WR in this group even with the suspension...

I watched Bulaga when MICH played them and Graham owned him... I think 10 is too high...

I don't get the obsession with Arthur Jones... Maybe I'm wrong but everything I've seen has been very mediocre...

Thats just my first impression... All I have time for right now...


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slybri19 wrote:
Great Blue North Draft Report just updated their Top 100 list:
GBNDR wrote:
1 Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
2 *Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
3 *Eric Berry FS Tennessee
4 *Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
5 *Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma (X)
6 Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
7 Taylor Mays FS Southern California
8 *Jake Locker QB Washington
9 Brian Bulaga OT Iowa (X)
10 *Arrelious Benn WR Illinois (X)
11 Greg Hardy DE Mississippi (X)
12 *Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State (O)
13 Colt McCoy QB Texas
14 *Joe Haden CB Florida
15 *Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
16 *Russell Davis OT Rutgers
17 *Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
18 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
19 Patrick Robinson CB Florida State
20 *Marvin Austin DT North Carolina
21 Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma (X)
22 *Desmon Briscoe WR Kansas
23 Arthur Jones DT Syracuse
24 *Damian Williams WR Southern California
25 Terrence Cody DT Alabama
26 *Greg Jones LB Michigan State
27 Corey Wooten DE Northwestern
28 *Rolando McLain LB Alabama
29 Patrick Sapp DE Clemson
30 *Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
31 Jerry Hughes DE Texas Christian
32 Brandon Spikes LB Florida
33 Brandon Graham DE Michigan
34 *Jahvid Best RB California
35 *Allen Bailey DT Miami
36 Brandon LaFell WR LSU
37 George Selvie DE South Florida
38 *Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
39 *Chad Jones FS LSU
40 Tim Tebow QB Florida (X)
41 *Joe McKnight RB Southern California
42 *Bruce Carter LB North Carolina
43 Sergio Kindle LB Texas
44 *Brian Price DT UCLA
45 C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
46 *Greg Romeus DE Pittsburgh
47 *Jevan Snead QB Mississippi
48 Jared Odrick DT Penn State
49 Selvish Capers OT West Virginia
50 *Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
51 Ciron Black OT LSU
52 *Mike Williams WR Syracuse
53 Sean Weatherspoon LB Missouri
54 *Navorro Bowman LB Penn State
55 Eric Norwood LB South Carolina
56 Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati
57 *Ryan Matthews RB Fresno State
58 *Von Miller LB Texas A&M
59 Darrell Stuckey FS Kansas
60 *Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin
61 Tyson Aluaha DT California
62 *Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
63 Brandon Ghee CB Wake Forest
64 Charles Brown OT Southern California
65 Sean Lee LB Penn State (X)
66 *Ras-I Dowling CB Virginia
67 *Lawrence Marsh DT Florida
68 *Morgan Burnett FS Georgia Tech
69 Tony Pike QB Cincinnati
70 Eric Decker WR Minnesota
71 Vince Oghobaase DT Duke
72 *Donovan Warren CB Michigan
73 *Kyle Hix OT Texas
74 *John Clay RB Wisconsin
75 Mike Iupati OG Idaho
76 Nate Allen FS South Florida
77 *Phil Taylor DT Baylor
78 Perrish Cox CB Oklahoma State
79 *Rennie Curran LB Georgia
80 Jeremy Williams WR Tulane
81 Jordan Shipley WR Texas
82 Sam Young OT Notre Dame
83 *Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
84 Mike Johnson OG Alabama
85 *Demarco Murray RB Oklahoma
86 Roddrick Muckelroy LB Texas
87 *Weslye Saunders TE South Carolina
88 Jacoby Ford WR Clemson
89 Trevard Lyndley CB Kentucky
90 *Mike Pouncey OG Florida
91 Kyle Wilson CB Boise State
92 Brandon Lang DE Troy
93 Ed Dickson TE Oregon
94 Jerome Murphy CB South Florida
95 O'Brien Schofield LB Wisconsin
96 Syd'Quan Thompson CB California
97 Geno Atkins DT Georgia
98 *Maurkice Pouncey C Florida
99 Graham Garrett TE Wisconsin
100 A.J. Edds LB Iowa

Notice how this one is a lot different from the others? They're all going to be like that at this time of the year, and they're going to keep changing up until the draft.


Where the Hell is Anthony Davis, the LT from Rutgers? He should be on here.


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M2K, it looks like they screwed up his name. There's an OT Russell Davis from Rutgers ranked at #16.

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Not to mention Dunlap at #2? Hes not even the top DE anymore by most experts accounts that I've read. Thats a pretty dissapointing list.


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Suh's not that big. Wikipedia says, "Suh is seen as a perfect fit for the defensive end spot in a 3-4 defense in the NFL." My impression reading this and other sites was that he was Sean Rogers-esque. Can someone explain the discrepancy?

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