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    Slimm's 2013 Position Rankings

    Grade (round) and an additional group of priority UDFA's who may not hear their name called for each position will be included.




    Quarterback

    1. Geno Smith - 1st round

    2. Matt Barkley - 1st round

    3. Mike Glennon - 3rd round

    4. Ryan Nassib - 3rd round

    5. Sean Renfree - 4th round

    6. E.J. Manuel - 4th round

    7. Tyler Bray* - 4th round

    8. Brad Sorensen - 4th round

    9. Tyler Wilson - 4th round

    10. Landry Jones - 5th round

    11. Zac Dysert - 6th round

    12. Matt Scott - 6th round

    13. Colby Cameron - 7th round

    14. Jordan Rodgers - UDFA
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    Runningback

    1. Eddie Lacy* - 2nd round

    2. Giovani Bernard** - 2nd round

    3. Zac Stacy - 3rd round

    4. Christine Michael / Montee Ball - 3rd round

    5. Michael Ford* - 3rd round

    6. Le'Veon Bell* - 3rd round

    7. Knile Davis* - 3rd round

    8. Marcus Lattimore* - 4th round

    9. Johnathan Franklin - 4th round

    10. Cierre Wood* - 4th round

    11. Kenjon Barner - 4th round

    12. Joseph Randle* - 4th round

    13. Latavius Murray - 4th round

    14. Stepfan Taylor - 4th round

    15. Rex Burkhead - 4th round

    16. Mike Gillislee - 4th round

    17. Dennis Johnson - 4th round

    18. Andre Ellington - 4th round

    19. Miguel Maysonet - 5th round

    20. Denard Robinson - 5th round

    21. Lonnie Pryor - 5th round

    22. Mike James - 5th round

    23. Kerwynn Williams - 5th round

    24. Montel Harris - 6th round

    25. Ray Graham - 6th round

    26. Spencer Ware* - 6th round

    27. Onterio McCalebb - 6th round

    28. Robbie Rouse - 6th round

    29. D.J. Monroe - 7th round

    30. Zach Line - 7th round

    31. D.J. Harper - 7th round

    32. Benny Cunningham - UDFA

    33. Shawne Alston - UDFA

    34. Richard Samuel - UDFA

    35. Curtis McNeal - UDFA

    36. Orwin Smith - UDFA

    37. Stefphon Jefferson* - UDFA

    38. Marcus Curry - UDFA
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    Landry Jones and Barkley sure lost some money staying another year didn't they? And to think some wanted us to bypass last years impressive QB draft to wait for a shot at Barkley.
    Jay Fiedler can take his'n and lose to your'n.....or take your'n and lose to his'n.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFin View Post
    Landry Jones and Barkley sure lost some money staying another year didn't they? And to think some wanted us to bypass last years impressive QB draft to wait for a shot at Barkley.
    I'm not sure some wanted to bypass last year's QB class as much as they would've preferred Miami just stop winning meaningless games in order to secure a legitimately elite quarterback in Andrew Luck. As it was, Miami could've had the DROY at #8.

    Barkley certainly lost money by coming back, but he's still the same quarterback, which is pretty damn good. He should have no problem coming in and throwing more INT's than TD's inbetween batted down passes if that's the standard you're insinuating he live up to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TedSlimmJr View Post
    I'm not sure some wanted to bypass last year's QB class as much as they would've preferred Miami just stop winning meaningless games in order to secure a legitimately elite quarterback in Andrew Luck. As it was, Miami could've had the DROY at #8.

    Barkley certainly lost money by coming back, but he's still the same quarterback, which is pretty damn good. He should have no problem coming in and throwing more INT's than TD's inbetween batted down passes if that's the standard you're insinuating he live up to.
    I think most had him top 5 or so last year (Barkley)...I doubt he'll go top ten now, which is what I was referring too. Many on this site wanted us to bypass Tannehill to "Bite for Barkley" this year...I'm glad we didn't.

    I don't see Ertz slipping to round 3 in today's NFL, the demand for tight ends has never been higher.
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    Ray Graham in the 6th would be a steal!
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    Tight End

    1. Tyler Eifert* - 1st round

    2. Travis Kelce - 2nd round

    3. Chris Gragg - 3rd round

    4. Zach Ertz* - 3rd round

    5. Joe Fauria - 3rd round

    6. Dion Sims* - 3rd round

    7. Gavin Escobar* - 3rd round

    8. Jake Stoneburner - 3rd round

    9. Vance McDonald - 4th round

    10. Levine Toilolo* - 4th round

    11. Jordan Reed* - 4th round

    12. Zach Sudfeld - 5th round

    13. Nick Kasa - 5th round

    14. Matt Furstenburg - 5th round

    15. Phillip Lutzenkirchen - 6th round

    16. Ryan Otten - 6th round

    17. Justice Cunningham - 6th round

    18. Jack Doyle - 7th round

    19. Michael Williams - 7th round

    20. Ryan Griffin - UDFA

    21. Kyler Reed - UDFA

    22. Brandon Ford - UDFA

    23. Chase Harper - UDFA
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    Slimm, thought you'd be a guy who likes Montee Ball.
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    Interesting where you see Ertz and Escobar. Would you consider Eifert at 12?
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    i pretty much echo his rb ratings...i don't see a round 1 worthy guy...although there seems to be a lot of buzz about the pack and eddie lacy in round 1...that though doesn't fit the way the pack goes about the position so i think it's unlikely...they like later round picks on backs

    giovani bernard came in too small to go in round 1 imo...i hear a lot of ray rice type comparisons are being thrown around in nfl front offices though there...i think he's more than just a 3rd down back...

    christine michael if not for the acl i'd have a 2nd round grade...i think he's very good value in the 3rd round...love the size and speed

    i got tyler wilson higher than that but his tape in 2012 was pretty underwhelming and his throwing motion went to crap at times...more side arm...small hands...i think he's a solid 2nd round value...off his 2011 stuff

    wow ertz at #8 at the te position...that shocks me a little...love the vance mcdonald in round 3...i think he's a sleeper and he's a willing blocker...not a disaster there...good stuff

    gragg comes across to me as a workout warrior...

    i'm also with twitches on ray graham...there's something about that kid i like with a late round pick

    i think stoneburners interesting also...in a mid round pick way
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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