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Thread: Chances of Drafting QB with top picks: How they rank

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    Chances of Drafting QB with top picks: How they rank

    Here's an early glimpse of our chances of drafting the QB we so badly need/want.
    Luck has a perfect grade of 9.0 at the moment.

    Who do we have a chance of getting & in what round?? Alot of players ranked higher than most QBs, so QBs can fall a "little", but they always go fast!! Any hidden gems you like in the list of 25??

    QB Grades from National Football Post:
    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/...ml&position=qb
    Rank Player, Pos, Team........................Height Weight Grade
    01 Andrew Luck QB, Stanford 6-4 235 9.0 Full Scouting Report
    02 Robert Griffin III QB, Baylor 6-2 220 7.5 J Full Scouting Report
    03 Ryan Tannehill QB, Texas A&M 6-4 222 6.9 D Full Scouting Report
    04 Brandon Weeden QB, Oklahoma State 6-4 218 6.5 Full Scouting Report
    05 Nick Foles QB, Arizona 6-5 240 6.3 Full Scouting Report
    06 Brock Osweiler QB, Arizona State 6-8 240 6.1 D J M Full Scouting Report
    07 B.J Coleman QB, Tennessee-Chattanooga 6-4 220 6.1 D Full Scouting Report
    08 Kirk Cousins QB, Michigan State 6-3 205 5.9 Full Scouting Report
    09 Aaron Corp QB, Richmond 6-4 215 5.9 Full Scouting Report
    10 Russell Wilson QB, Wisconsin 5-11 210 5.8 F Full Scouting Report
    11 Ryan Lindley QB, San Diego State 6-4 230 5.8 D Full Scouting Report
    12 G.J. Kinne QB, Tulsa 6-2 234 5.8 Full Scouting Report
    13 Kellen Moore QB, Boise State 6-0 191 5.7 O Full Scouting Report
    14 Chandler Harnish QB, Northern Illinois 6-2 220 5.7 Full Scouting Report
    15 Case Keenum QB, Houston 6-2 210 5.7 Full Scouting Report
    16 Darron Thomas QB, Oregon 6-3 215 5.6 D J Full Scouting Report
    17 Jordan Jefferson QB, Louisiana State 6-5 224 5.6 C Full Scouting Report
    18 Alex Tanney QB, Monmouth 6-3 216 5.6 Full Scouting Report
    19 Jacory Harris QB, Miami 6-4 195 5.5 D F Full Scouting Report
    20 John Brantley QB, Florida 6-3 219 5.5 D Full Scouting Report
    21 Dominique Davis QB, East Carolina 6-3 210 5.5 D Full Scouting Report
    22 Patrick Witt QB, Yale 6-4 230 5.5 Full Scouting Report
    23 Dan Persa QB, Northwestern 6-1 210 5.3 Z X Full Scouting Report
    24 Zach Collaros QB, Cincinnati 6-0 218 5.3 Z Full Scouting Report
    25 Tyler Hansen QB, Colorado 6-1 215 5.3 Z Full Scouting Report

    ALL POSITIONS Grades from National Football Post:
    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/college_big_board_rankings.html?sct=hp_bf3_a3
    Rank Player, Pos, Team....................Height Weight Grade
    01 Andrew Luck QB, Stanford 6-4 235 9.0 Full Scouting Report
    02 Morris Claiborne CB, Louisiana State 6-0 185 8.5 J Full Scouting Report
    03 David DeCastro OG, Stanford 6-5 310 8.5 Full Scouting Report
    04 Trent Richardson RB, Alabama 5-11 224 8.5 Full Scouting Report
    05 Michael Brockers DT, Louisiana State 6-6 306 8.0 D J Full Scouting Report
    06 Matt Kalil OT, Southern California 6-7 295 8.0 B J Full Scouting Report
    07 Robert Griffin III QB, Baylor 6-2 220 7.5 J Full Scouting Report
    08 Quinton Coples DE, North Carolina 6-6 285 7.5 C U Full Scouting Report
    09 Devon Still DT, Penn State 6-5 310 7.5 C Full Scouting Report
    10 Justin Blackmon WR, Oklahoma State 6-1 215 7.5 C Full Scouting Report
    11 Cordy Glenn OG, Georgia 6-5 348 7.5 Full Scouting Report
    12 Alameda Ta'amu DT, Washington 6-3 337 7.5 Full Scouting Report
    13 Kendall Wright WR, Baylor 5-10 190 7.5 Full Scouting Report
    14 Orson Charles TE, Georgia 6-3 241 7.5 Full Scouting Report
    15 Mark Barron SS, Alabama 6-2 218 7.0 T Full Scouting Report
    16 Dont'a Hightower ILB, Alabama 6-4 260 7.0 J X Full Scouting Report
    17 Dre Kirkpatrick CB, Alabama 6-3 192 7.0 J Full Scouting Report
    18 Peter Konz C, Wisconsin 6-5 315 7.0 J Full Scouting Report
    19 Luke Kuechly ILB, Boston College 6-3 237 7.0 J Full Scouting Report
    20 Mike Adams OT, Ohio State 6-8 320 7.0 C Full Scouting Report
    21 Michael Floyd WR, Notre Dame 6-3 224 7.0 C Full Scouting Report
    22 Janoris Jenkins CB, North Alabama 5-10 182 7.0 C Full Scouting Report
    23 Coby Fleener TE, Stanford 6-6 244 7.0 Full Scouting Report
    24 Melvin Ingram OLB, South Carolina 6-2 276 7.0 Full Scouting Report
    25 Brandon Thompson DT, Clemson 6-2 310 7.0 Full Scouting Report




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    Not sure I agree with their rankings
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    I like the top 4 guys....I hope we come away with one of them.
    Jay Fiedler can take his'n and lose to your'n.....or take your'n and lose to his'n.

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    They just had McShay and Kiper on ESPN's NFL32....Kiper said he could see Osweiler going in the late first or early second round. His sleeper pick at QB is BJ Coleman of Chattanooga.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman529 View Post
    They just had McShay and Kiper on ESPN's NFL32....Kiper said he could see Osweiler going in the late first or early second round. His sleeper pick at QB is BJ Coleman of Chattanooga.
    I thought your comment said "BJ Coleman or Chattanooga."

    I was thinking "Who the heck is Chattanooga?"
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    How is Alshon Jeffery not in the top 25? If he drops to us in the second round I hope we get him in a heartbeat.
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    There is no chance Alshon Jeffry lasts to the second round. Absolutely NONE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CallMeDaddy View Post
    How is Alshon Jeffery not in the top 25? If he drops to us in the second round I hope we get him in a heartbeat.
    Look on the list ... those are grades ... we all know that different groups/teams grade/value differently ....

    That's why I posted these lists & the links ... more realistic to speculate objectively (rather than the wild perceptive speculation) .... grades change & vary between experts & teams, but they'll still be within an 'objective' range ... and grades rise & fall like the tides even by the SAME Experts/Teams.

    Alshon Jeffrey is there on page 2, 59th highest grade of 6.6 ...
    59 Alshon Jeffery WR, South Carolina 6-4 229 6.6 S J Full Scouting Report

    And we all know, reality is quite different than all this rating/drafting ... once they strap on the pads & play in the NFL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phin-Phan 66 View Post
    There is no chance Alshon Jeffry lasts to the second round. Absolutely NONE.
    People were wanting Ryan Mallet last year in the 1st round so you never know.
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    Reilly Reiff, a guy who they say could start at left tackle in the NFL is not in the 25? amazing.
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