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RealDriscoll
03-09-2009, 08:11 PM
http://www.finheaven.com/clear.gifHola All. Here is my top 5 for each position as the draft nears this list could change off of Pro-Days but as of right now I go....

QB
1. Matthew Stafford-Georgia
2. Mark Sanchez-USC
3. Josh Freeman-Kansas State
4. Pat White-West Virginia
5. Nate Davis-Ball State

RB
1. Knowshon Moreno-Georgia
2. Chris Wells-Ohio State
3. Donald Brown-Connecticut
4. LeSean McCoy-Pittsburgh
5. Andre Brown-NC State

FB
1. Tony Fiammetta-Syracuse
2. Quinn Johnson-LSU
3. Brannan Southerland-Georgia
4. Eric Kettani-Navy
5. Javorskie Lane-Texas A&M

WR
1. Michael Crabtree-Texas Tech
2. Hakeem Nicks-North Carolina
3. Jeremy Maclin-Missouri
4. Darrius Heyward Bey-Maryland
5. Brian Robiskie-Ohio State

TE
1. James Casey-Rice
2. Brandon Pettigrew-Oklahoma State
3. Jared Cook-South Carolina
4. Shawn Nelson-Southern Mississippi
5. Travis Beckum-Wisconsin

OT
1. Jason Smith-Baylor
2. Eugene Monroe-Virginia
3. Michael Oher-Mississippi
4. Andre Smith-Alabama
5. Eben Britton-Arizona

OG
1. Duke Robinson-Oklahoma
2. Kraig Ubrik-Wisconsin
3. Herman Johnson-LSU
4. Andy Levitre-Oregon State
5. Trevor Canfield-Cincinnatti

C
1. Max Unger-Oregon
2. alex Mack-California
3. Eric Wood-Louisville
4. Antoine Caldwell-Alabama
5. Jonatha Luigs-Arkansas

DE
1. Tyson Jackson-LSU
2. Michael Johnson-Georgia Tech
3. Robert Ayers-Tennessee
4. Paul Krugar-Utah
5. Jarron Gilbert-San Jose State

DT
1. BJ Raji-Boston College
2. Peria Jerry-Mississippi
3. Ron Brace-Boston College
4. Evander Hood-Missouri
5. Sen'Derrick Marks-Auburn

OLB
1. Aaron Curry-Wake Forest
2. Brian Orakpo-Texas
3. Larry English-Northern Illinois
4. Everette Brown-Florida State
5. Brian Cushing-USC
6. Connor Barwin-Cincinnati
7. Clay Matthews Jr.-USC
8. Aaron Maybin-Penn State
9. Clint Sintim-Virginia
10. Cody Brown-Connecticut

ILB
1. Rey Maualuga-USC
2. James Laurinaitis-Ohio State
3. Scott McKillop-Pittsburgh
4. Darry Beckwith-LSU
5. Jasper Brinkley-South Carolina

CB
1. Darius Butler-Connecticut
2. Sean Smith-Utah
3. Vontae Davis-Illinois
4. DJ Moore-Vanderbilt
5. Malcolm Jenkins-Ohio State

S
1. Louis Delmas-Western Michigan
2. William Moore-Missouri
3. Rashad Johnson-Alabama
4. Darcel mcBath-Texas Tech
5. Patrick Chung-Oregon

54dolfan9923
03-09-2009, 08:12 PM
Wow Malcom Jenkins as your number 5 corner.. that seems low.

RealDriscoll
03-09-2009, 08:15 PM
Nothing against him just some people have stepped their game up and surpassed him. He ran a 4.55 forty and could be better suited as a safety. He is lucky he is at 5 b/c Alphonso Smith was really close to taking that spot!

RealDriscoll
03-09-2009, 08:16 PM
I truely belive Parcells breaks the streak and goes Corner in Round1. Darius Butler!

showstopper
03-09-2009, 08:43 PM
Harvin? Britt? No top 5, damn you're tough! Explain?

RealDriscoll
03-10-2009, 09:38 AM
Harvin-#6, Britt #7.

-Crabtree and Maclin do no need explination but..

*Heyward-Bey was the all-star of the combine who make plays at receiver. I am not saying that Harvin doesn't but he makes more plays when being handed the ball. I think Harvin's small frame will effect him on the nexl level. Hakeem Nicks I have rated over him and over Maclin as this guy is in a class of his own when it comes to running routes. Nicks' hands are simply superior to Harvin and his forty time at the combine mirrors Harvins'. Robiskie is a guy who's stock has just soared and that is due to his NFL pedigree.

RoninFin4
03-10-2009, 09:47 AM
I guess game-film wasn't heavily involved with Malcolm Jenkins' evaluation?

RealDriscoll
03-10-2009, 10:06 AM
Game film eh? What corner above him is he btter than my man? In college you can get buy with average speed but in the NFL everyone is fast. Ted Ginn just blew by everyone in college but in the NFL is as fast as him. Darius Butler and Sean Smith are light years better than Jenkins.