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    Scouts Inc. Top 32

    Had a chance to look at Scouts Inc. top 32, which I thought was pretty interesting. Lists Chance Warmack #2 and saying that he's the best guard prospect since Steve Hutchinson. Also have Justin Hunter (#7) as the top receiver prospect over Keenan Allen (#18). Here's the list for discussion.
    SCOUTS INC.'S TOP 32

    Player Pos. School Grade
    1. Matt Barkley QB USC 94
    2. Chance Warmack G Alabama 94
    3. David Amerson CB N.C. State 94
    4. Barkevious Mingo DE LSU 94
    5. Johnathan Jenkins DT Georgia 94
    6. Star Lotulelei DT Utah 94
    7. Justin Hunter WR Tennessee 93
    8. Sylvester Williams DT N. Carolina 93
    9. Manti Te'o ILB Notre Dame 93
    10. Jonathan Cooper OG N. Carolina 92
    11. Logan Thomas QB Va. Tech 92
    12. Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State 92
    13. Marcus Lattimore RB S. Carolina 92
    14. Sam Montgomery DE LSU 92
    15. Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia 91
    16. Corey Lemonier DE Auburn 91
    17. Brennan Williams OT N. Carolina 91
    18. Keenan Allen WR California 91
    19. Kenny Vaccaro S Texas 90
    20. Alec Ogletree ILB Georgia 90
    21. Marquess Wilson WR Wash. St. 90
    22. Desmond Trufant CB Washington 90
    23. Shawn Williams S Georgia 89
    24. Landry Jones QB Oklahoma 89
    25. Brandon Jenkins OLB Fla. St. 89
    26. William Gholston DE Mich. St. 89
    27. Bennie Logan DT LSU 89
    28. Dallas Thomas OT Tennessee 89
    29. Kawann Short DT Purdue 88
    30. Johnthan Banks CB Miss. St. 88
    31. Luke Joeckyl OT Texas A&M 88
    32. Robert Woods WR USC 88
    * Denotes draft-eligible non-senior
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    I thought Decastro was the best guard prospect since Hutchinson?

    Good list to keep an eye on
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    Interesting that they have Justin Hunter as the top receiver. Durability is the only concern I have with him. His talent and ability certainly warrant being thought of this highly. He's a player.

    I think Amerson is too high there until he shows the ability to match up in pure man coverage and displays fluid hips and the ability to transition. I have Justin Gilbert as my top CB. I know he can do it.

    Alec Ogletree is a little high here too. Great looking linebacker but off field issues. He's facing a potential suspension although Coach Richt hasn't exactly addressed it publicly yet.

    A notable omission at the tackle spot is Taylor Lewan. He absolutely destroyed William Gholston, who they have at #26 here. I like Lewan a little better than Joeckel and/or Dallas Thomas (who's moving to guard this season).
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    Quote Originally Posted by TedSlimmJr View Post
    Interesting that they have Justin Hunter as the top receiver. Durability is the only concern I have with him. His talent and ability certainly warrant being thought of this highly. He's a player.

    I think Amerson is too high there until he shows the ability to match up in pure man coverage and displays fluid hips and the ability to transition. I have Justin Gilbert as my top CB. I know he can do it.

    Alec Ogletree is a little high here too. Great looking linebacker but off field issues. He's facing a potential suspension although Coach Richt hasn't exactly addressed it publicly yet.

    A notable omission at the tackle spot is Taylor Lewan. He absolutely destroyed William Gholston, who they have at #26 here. I like Lewan a little better than Joeckel and/or Dallas Thomas (who's moving to guard this season).
    I am very high on Hunter. I saw a mock draft that had him going #2 to Miami. If he can stay healthy, I guess top 10 for him is a possibility. I'd love to see Miami come out of this draft with two elite players, something that could happen if the team packages some of it's picks in a trade up. What's your take on Jarvis Jones? Is he someone who would fit the Dolphins system and provide the kind of pass rush we need? I know you are high on Chase Thomas (so am I) and looks like he could be a 2nd rounder.
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    Hunter tore the ACL in his left knee this past September. That certainly is cause for concern. I know an ACL tear doesn't mean what it used to mean, but still ...
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    thanks for posting need 3 more posts untill i can see the link
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    Am I reading that correctly, they have two guards in the top 10?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJay View Post
    Hunter tore the ACL in his left knee this past September. That certainly is cause for concern. I know an ACL tear doesn't mean what it used to mean, but still ...
    Yeah, that will have to be looked into for sure. If healthy, though, I wouldn't be at all surprised to see him as the first receiver off the board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zounds View Post
    Am I reading that correctly, they have two guards in the top 10?!
    That's definitely surprising. I know with an influx of really good defensive tackles over the past few years and more teams going with the 4-3, the guard position is becoming more important. But top 10 still seems high, especially considering where David DeCastro ending up going.
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    There's a lot of flaws here with their grades, but the 2 guards aren't. I felt I had already pointed out one that stuck out to me with Amerson in the top 10.... he substantiated that by going out and displaying the exact flaws that I knew he had.

    You cannot grade a DB that high based on nothing but INT's on a stat sheet...which is exactly what they did. If you can't display elite hip fluidity and ability to transition to play out on an island in man coverage techniques, you're not a top 10 pick. Amerson's flaws were kept camoflauged by the scheme, until last weekend. He's not an elite cornerback prospect that belongs inside the top 10 in the mold of a Morris Claiborne, Champ Bailey, Bryant Westbrook, Shawn Springs, etc...

    He's either a pure zone corner in a C2 scheme, or a safety.
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