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RealDriscoll
10-14-2009, 10:33 AM
1. Gerald McCoy-DT-Oklahoma
2. Ndamukong Suh-DT-Nebraska
3. Eric Berry-S-Tennessee
4. Brandon Spikes-MLB-Florida
5. Russell Okung-OT-Oklahoma State
6. Dez Bryant-WR-Oklahoma State
7. Sam Bradford-QB-Oklahoma
8. Joe Haden-CB-Florida
9. Trent Williams-OT-Oklahoma
10. Greg Hardy-DE-Mississippi
11. Sergio Kindle-OLB-Texas
12. Damien Williams-WR-USC
13. Jonathan Dwyer-RB-Georgia Tech
14. Arthur Jones-DT-Syracuse
15. Colt McCoy-QB-Texas
16. Rolando McClain-MLB-Alabama
17. Taylor Mays-S-USC
18. Morgan Burnett-S-Georgia Tech
19. Jerry Hughes-OLB-TCU
20. Arrelious Benn-WR-Illinois
21. Sean Weatherspoon-OLB-Missouri
22. Terrence Cody-DT-Alabama
23. Tony Pike-QB-Cincinnati
24. JErmaine Gresham-TE-Oklahoma
25. Jimmy Clausen-QB-Notre Dame
26. Brandon Lang-OLB-Troy
27. Brandon Graham-DE-Michigan
28. Derrick Morgan-DE-Georgia Tech
29. Eric Decker-WR-Minnesota
30. Patrick Robinson-CB-Florida State
31. Charles Brown-OT-USC
32. Jake Locker-QB-Washington

RealDriscoll
10-14-2009, 10:41 AM
*Gerald McCoy headlines my list because this guy gets instant penetration and can really get to the ball well for a Defensive Tackle. He has strong technique include great lateral movement.

*Ndamukong Suh remind me of Haloti Ngata. In a 4-3 Defense he would obviously be a Defensive Tackle but in a 3-4 you could move him in differnt spots to really utilize his abilities.

* Eric Berry is the class of the secondary in this draft as he is the cloest thing to Ed Reed we have seen in a very long time. Great ball-hawking ability and solid in run support.

*Brandon Spikes is exaclty what our defense needs. Great tackler, above average blitzer, and plays with a mean streak. Spikes can also lay the lumber.

*Okung is the Premier Left Tackle in this draft. Great feet, strong punch, and we know how important Offensive Tackles are in this league

*Dez Bryant's draft stock could fall due to his recent NCAA violation which is bogus but this guy is hands down the best receiver in this draft. Also a good return weapon.

*Bradford was the best Quarterback in last years' draft and this will carry over. If he plays well coming back from this injury the Rams will take him with the 1st pick in this draft

*Joe Haden started for the Gators as a true freshman and hasn't lost his spot since. He has great ball skills and can game-changing plays

* Trent Williams stock will rise because here are a lot of teams' lacking a quality Left Tackle.

*Greg Hardy is going to be a better pro than collegiate players as this guy has an endless toolset; he does come with some off-field baggage but in the right system this guy will flourish.

RealDriscoll
10-14-2009, 10:50 AM
*Sergio Kindle is an Elite pass-rusher. Starting to live up to his potential

*Damien Williams is an Arkansas transfer who has become a big-play receiver for the Trojans. Great work ethic and a great route runner with good speed.

*Jonathan Dwyer is a work-horse back who runs with power. Also makees some big runs for a Power Back. Guy can handle 25-30 carrier a game

*Arthur Jones makes a lot of big plays in the backfield. Good size.

*Colt McCoy is athletic, mobile, accurate, intelligent and will be a very good pro for somebody. Lacks deep arm strength but can make good plays with his legs.

*Another play making Inside Linebacker who should be high on the Fins radar

*Taylor Mays is a guy who I think carrier an over-rated tag but will be a solid pro. He will be a terror at the combine which should land him as a Top 10 Draft selection

*Morgan Burnett is a guy who will fall under the radar but end up being the best Safety not named Eric Berry

*Jerry Hughes-Great Pas-Rush ability who would flourish as an 3-4 Outside Linebacker. Must have a solid Senior season to avoid the tag of a one-year wonder

*Arrelious Benn Runs solid routes and can get yards after the catch

GeauxFinns3705
10-14-2009, 09:55 PM
I think that Rolando McClain is better than Brandon Spikes.

CW_McGraw
10-14-2009, 10:31 PM
What does Colt McCoy have on Jake Locker? Jake Locker has all the physical tools including great mobility, plays in a pro style offense, and has to carry an absolutely terrible team. McCoy has a very average arm, plays in a spread offense, plays mediocre defenses, and has been privileged enough to be on a competitive team. Locker could very well be the first overall pick after combine.

Oraclepz
10-15-2009, 01:33 AM
1. Gerald McCoy-DT-Oklahoma
2. Ndamukong Suh-DT-Nebraska
3. Eric Berry-S-Tennessee
4. Brandon Spikes-MLB-Florida
5. Russell Okung-OT-Oklahoma State
6. Dez Bryant-WR-Oklahoma State
7. Sam Bradford-QB-Oklahoma
8. Joe Haden-CB-Florida
9. Trent Williams-OT-Oklahoma
10. Greg Hardy-DE-Mississippi
11. Sergio Kindle-OLB-Texas
12. Damien Williams-WR-USC
13. Jonathan Dwyer-RB-Georgia Tech
14. Arthur Jones-DT-Syracuse
15. Colt McCoy-QB-Texas
16. Rolando McClain-MLB-Alabama
17. Taylor Mays-S-USC
18. Morgan Burnett-S-Georgia Tech
19. Jerry Hughes-OLB-TCU
20. Arrelious Benn-WR-Illinois
21. Sean Weatherspoon-OLB-Missouri
22. Terrence Cody-DT-Alabama
23. Tony Pike-QB-Cincinnati
24. JErmaine Gresham-TE-Oklahoma
25. Jimmy Clausen-QB-Notre Dame
26. Brandon Lang-OLB-Troy
27. Brandon Graham-DE-Michigan
28. Derrick Morgan-DE-Georgia Tech
29. Eric Decker-WR-Minnesota
30. Patrick Robinson-CB-Florida State
31. Charles Brown-OT-USC
32. Jake Locker-QB-Washington


Highlighted are the guys im very intrigued by

CedarPhin
10-15-2009, 02:21 AM
Greg Hardy is a guy I wouldn't mind looking at.

InsideNation
10-15-2009, 07:04 AM
I think its gonna be G McCoy for me dudes, like his style

RealDriscoll
10-15-2009, 10:45 AM
Colt McCoy is very accurate in comparison to Jake Locker and is more mobile; Mccoy's arm strength is above average and he plays average defenses? Someone tell me how Oklahoma with Demarcus Granger, Gerald Mccoy, Auston Englis, Domonique Franks, Keenan Clayton, Ryan Reynolds, and Travis Lewis is average?

RealDriscoll
10-15-2009, 10:46 AM
Also Locker hasn't committed himself to the NFL Draft; he actually prefers baseball over football and was looking at signing a contract with the Angels. I doubt very much that Jake Locker is going to be the #1 pick in this draft.

GeauxFinns3705
10-16-2009, 09:37 PM
Also Locker hasn't committed himself to the NFL Draft; he actually prefers baseball over football and was looking at signing a contract with the Angels. I doubt very much that Jake Locker is going to be the #1 pick in this draft.

Hes just a JR. If he stays another year, he will be the first pick if he wants to play football.

Talent wise, CM has nothing on him. Experience wise, he has alot on him.

PhinsTD
10-17-2009, 09:57 AM
Jake Locker is not playing baseball over football fellas.

The rest of the Big 12 has very average defenses, on a whole, Colt McCoy plays average defense's in a worse than expected Big 12 this year.

There are a bunch of players I disagree with where you have them currently, but so much is going to change between now and the time the draft gets here, I'm not going to fret.