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    Russ Lande's top ten at each position

    For those who don't know about him, Russ is a former scout for the Browns, who has put out a huge draft book prior to that, and did again this year.
    I'm sure some will vehemently disagree with parts of his rankings, but do remember and take into consideration that he studies multiple game films of every player he ranks, learned about scouting from Bucko Kilroy and worked three years for the Browns.
    Here is how he ranks the players at each position:
    QB
    1. Alex Smith Utah
    2. Stefan LaFlors Louisville
    3. Jason Campbell Auburn
    4. Aaron Rodgers Cal
    5. Lang Campbell William&Mary
    6. Charlie Frye Akron
    7. Andrew Walter Az State
    8. Charlie Friehauf Colorado School of Mines
    9. David Greene Georgia
    10. Ryan Fitzpatrick Harvard

    RB
    1. Carnell Williams Auburn
    2. Ronnie Brown Auburn
    3. Cedric Benson Texas
    4. Ryan Moats La Tech
    5. Frank Gore Miami
    6. Ciatrick Fason Florida
    7. Marion Barber III Minnesota
    8. Maurice Clarett Ohio St
    9. Manuel White UCLA
    10. Vernand Mornency Okla St

    FB
    1. Keith Joseph Texas A&M
    2. Manuel White UCLA
    3. Matthew Tant Vanderbilt
    4. Nehemiah Broughton The Citadel
    5. Jeremy Thomas Georgia
    6. Will Matthews Texas
    7. Jon Goldsberry Purdue
    8. Madison Hedgecock North Carolina
    9. Kyle Eckel Navy
    10. Talib Humphrey Miami

    WR
    1. Braylon Edwards Michigan
    2. Mark Clayton Oklahoma
    3. Mike Williams USC
    4. Vincent Jackson N.Colorado
    5. Reggie Brown Georgia
    6. Jerome Mathis Hampton
    7. Troy Williamson South Carolina
    8. Mark Bradley Oklahoma
    9. Airese Currie Clemson
    10. Terrence Murphy Texas A&M

    TE
    1. Heath Miller Virginia
    2. Alex Smith Stanford
    3. Kevin Everett Miami
    4. Joel Dressen Colorado St
    5. Victor Sesay Missouri
    6. Jerome Collins Notre Dame
    7. Adam Bergen Lehigh
    8. Neal Philpot Pittsburg State
    9. Cody McCarty TCU
    10. Willie Walden Montana

    OT
    1. Alex Barron FSU
    2. Richie Incognito Nebraska
    3. Khalif Barnes Washington
    4. Jamaal Brown Oklahoma
    5. Marcus Johnson Ole Miss
    6. Nick Kaczur Toledo
    7. Todd Herremans Saginaw Valley State
    8. Trai Essex Northwestern
    9. Jeremy Parquet Southern Miss
    10. Michael Roos Eastern Washington

    OG
    1. Richie Incognito Nebraska
    2. David Baas Michigan
    3. Jamaal Brown Oklahoma
    4. Elton Brown Virginia
    5. Dan Buenning Wisconsin
    6. Marcus Johnson Ole Miss
    7. Claude Terrell New Mexico
    8. Nick Kaczur Toldeo
    9. Chris Kemoeatu Utah
    10. Evan Mathis Alabama

    OC
    1. Richie Incognito Nebraska
    2. Chris Spencer Ole Miss
    3. Nick Kaczur Toledo
    4. Jason Brown North Carolina
    5. Blake Lingruen Wake Forest
    6. Dylan Gandy Texas Tech
    7. Scott Mruczkowski Bowling Green
    8. Eric Ghiaciuc Central Michigan
    9. Robert Hunt North Dakota State
    10. Ben Wilkerson LSU

    DE
    1. Erasmus James Wisconsin
    2. Shawne Merriman Maryland
    3. Chris Canty Virginia
    4. Justin Tuck Notre Dame
    5. David Pollack Georgia
    6. Matt Roth Iowa
    7. Dan Cody Oklahoma
    8. Jovan Haye Vanderbilt
    9. Trent Cole Cincinnati
    10. Demarcus Ware Troy State

    DT
    1. Travis Johnson FSU
    2. Jonathan Babineaux Iowa
    3. Marcus Spears LSU
    4. Luis Castillo Northwestern
    5. Antajj Hawthorne Wisconsin
    6. Mike Patterson USC
    7. Shaun Cody USC
    8. Lynn McGruder Oklahoma
    9. Ronald Fields Miss State
    10. Anthony Bryant Alabama

    OLB
    1. Shawne Merriman Maryland
    2. Derrick Johnson Texas
    3. Ryan Claridge UNLV
    4. Rian Wallace Temple
    5. Matt McCoy San Diego St
    6. Darryl Blackstock Virginia
    7. Bryant Brown Houston
    8. Kevin Burnett Tennessee
    9. Jordan Beck Cal Poly
    10. Ernest Shazor Michigan

    ILB
    1. Odell Thurman Georgia
    2. Lofa Tatupu USC
    3. Channing Crowder Florida
    4. Barrett Ruud Nebraska
    5. Albert Fincher Connecticut
    6. Nigel Eldridge UAB
    7. Lance Mitchell Oklahoma
    8. Adam Seward UNLV
    9. Marcus Lawrence South Carolina
    10. Robert McCune Louisville

    S
    1. Josh Bullocks Nebraska
    2. Thomas Davis Georgia
    3. Vincent Fuller Va Tech
    4. Nick Collins Bethune-Cookman
    5. Marlon Jackson Michigan
    6. Jim Leonhard Wisconsin
    7. O.J. Atogwe Stanford
    8. James Butler Georgia Tech
    9. James Sanders Fresno St
    10. Matt Pusateri Miami (Ohio)

    CB
    1. Antrel Rolle Miami
    2. Carlos Rogers Auburn
    3. Adam "Pac-Man" Jones West Va
    4. Justin Miller Clemson
    5. Darrant Williams Okla State
    6. Eric Green Va Tech
    7. Bryant McFadden FSU
    8. Fabian Washington Nebraska
    9. Ronald Bartell Howard
    10. Karl Paymah Washington St

    If anyone wants to order a copy of his draft guide,
    go to: www.gmjr.com
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    Wait this is in order of how he likes them and the success they'll have? Or is it in actual draft worth.
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    lol thats funny sorry
    1-Santonio Holmes
    2-Omar Jacobs
    3-Devin Hester
    Draft the 3 guys from Palm Beach County!!!
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    He really likes Richie Incognito, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaj
    Wait this is in order of how he likes them and the success they'll have? Or is it in actual draft worth.
    I'd say it is how he thinks they rank ability wise, not how they'll go in the draft. Remember, back in the Couch draft, he went against everyone and ranked Couch about 36th overall. Now it appears even he was generous.
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    I saw J J Arington was not in the top 10 RB and stopped reading. I do not agree with much of what this guy says.
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    oo ok So it is based on talent it isnt all that bad then I thought it was his draft board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BocaHighQB
    oo ok So it is based on talent it isnt all that bad then I thought it was his draft board.
    If it was I'd say the guy needs to taken to a ward
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    He has a very detailed rating system for each position and for a players athletic ability. I would recommend the book to anyone interested in the draft. Just don't make it (or anything else for that matter) your only source of draft information.
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    It all depends, Lefors was one of the top QBs last year but he wont have success in the NFL I don't know how this Lande guy works. Is he a college guy or an NFL guy?
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