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2006 DRAFT - PLAYER RANKINGS

 updated 04/20/06

 
Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Late Round Value
1. Young
2. Leinart
3. Cutler
4. Croyle
5. Jacobs
6. Whitehurst
7. McNeal (WR)
8. Clemens

9. Gradkowski
10. B Smith (WR)
11. Hackney
12. Robinson (WR/RB)
13. Lulay
14. Jackson
Betts
Bramlet
Clemens
Elliot
Martin
Meyer
Olson
Porter
Shockley
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Young Texas 6'5", 229 4.57                 15
Leinart USC 6'4.7"                   35
Cutler Vanderbilt 6'3.2", 226 4.77 1.61 2.79 4.31   7.10 23     26
Croyle Alabama 6'2.4", 204 4.87 1.68 2.86 4.25   7.36   30.5" 8'8" 24
Jacobs Bowling Green 6'3.4", 231 4.83 1.74 2.86 4.31   7.87   32.5" 9'0"  
Whitehurst Clemson 6'4.6", 224 4.70 1.67 2.76 4.11   7.00   33" 9'4" 33
McNeal Texas A&M 6'2", 198 4.35 1.61 2.73 4.27   6.96   32" 10'1" 19
Clemens Oregon 6'1.5", 225 4.98     4.58           35
Gradkowski Toledo 6'1.3", 217 4.59 1.58 2.70 4.16   7.12   34" 8'11' 19
Smith, B Missouri 6'2.1", 213 4.46 1.59 2.65 4.33   7.00   39.5" 10'8"  
Hackney UAB 5'11.5", 239 4.76 1.73 2.84 4.69   7.62   33" 9'2"  
Robinson Penn State 6'1", 219 4.56     4.41   6.95 12 32.5" 9'11"  
Lulay Montana St 6'2.1", 213 4.69 1.57 2.56 4.07   6.82   37.5" 9'7" 37
Jackson Alabama St 6'2", 226 4.68 1.63 2.78 4.40   7.71   31.5" 8'11" 19
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Betts Miami (OH) 6'1.7", 217 4.70     4.21   6.69   33" 9'4" 33
Bramlet Wyoming 6'4.2", 222 4.71     4.21   7.43   31" 9'8"  
Elliot Linfield 6'3", 210 5.13     4.59   7.68   29" 9'0"  
Martin Furman 6'2.2", 220 4.65 1.73 2.82 4.17   7.13   36" 9'3"  
Meyer Eastern Wash 6'1.1", 210 4.66 1.59 2.72 4.12   6.83   36" 9'6" 18
Olson UCLA 6'1.5", 222 5.06 1.75 2.93 4.44       23" 8'1"  
Porter Boston Col 6'4.5", 233 4.60 1.65 2.75 4.10   6.76   34.5" 9'8"  
Shockley Georgia 6'1", 214 4.56 1.64 2.72 4.17   7.08   37.5" 10'1" 19
                         

QB Rankings - 01/28

1 Young Texas Is much more than just a running quarterback.  Young can throw from the pocket and on the move, is a leader, has a big-time arm, and is smart.  If I was a GM, I would make Young the top pick in the draft.
2 Leinart USC From an ability standpoint, Leinart is more like Eli Manning than fellow USC alum Carson Palmer.  Leinart is a heady quarterback who wins.  Forget about the arm strength questions, he'll be able to make all the throws in the NFL.  However, just like in the Roethlisberger-Manning draft, where I had Big Ben rated hire than Eli, I prefer Young over Leinart.
3 Cutler Vanderbilt An interesting prospect, Cutler put up some big numbers down the stretch against some pretty good competition with little help around him.  With good workouts, the big-two could become the big-three.
4 Croyle Alabama No quarterback helped himself more during Senior Bowl week than Croyle.  He showed a live arm, the ability to move around in the pocket, and made some excellent throws.
5 Jacobs Bowling Green A player flying under the radar because he was better in his sophomore year than he was last year (as a junior).  In his sophomore year, he threw for 40 TDs and had only 4 ints.  Jacobs is a very good athlete as well as a very good quarterback.
6 Whitehurst Clemson Was considered a top prospect earlier in his career, injuries set him back, but he had a good Senior Bowl week and could move up the draft board.
7 Gradkowski Toledo A quarterback with good pocket poise and awareness, as well as a good arm.  Gradkowski is another accurate quarterback with running ability.

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RB

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Late Round Value
1. Bush
2. Williams
3. Maroney
4. Addai
5. White
6. Harrison
7. Norwood
8. Lundy
9. Calhoun
10. Washington
11. Bell
12. Henderson
13. An Hall
14. Howard
15. Barclay
16. Drew
17. Vickers (FB)
Bagwell
Bernstein (FB)
Daniels
Ebell
Ganther
Ah Hall (FB/RB)
G Harris (FB)
Humes
Kennedy (FB)
Kirtman (FB)
Mathis
Merrills
Moore
Powers-Neal (FB)
Pope
Riggs
D. Ross
Tahi (FB)
Whitehead
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Bush USC 5'10.7",201 4.33           25 40.5" 10'9"  
Williams Memphis 5'9", 214 4.40     4.10 10.61 6.57 25 35.5" 10'9"  
Maroney Minnesota 6'0.1", 215 4.47           21 35.5" 10'3"  
Addai LSU 5'11.2", 214 4.40 1.52 2.48 4.48   7.10 18 38.5" 10'5"  
White USC 6'0.6", 244             15      
Harrison Wash State 5'9.2", 201 4.47 1.55 2.62 4.07   6.77 19 34.5" 10'4"  
Norwood Mississippi St 5'11.6", 206 4.40 1.55 2.62 4.25 11.52 6.81 18 36.5" 10'2"  
Lundy Virginia 5'10.7", 220 4.45 1.61 2.67 4.36 11.27 6.98 18 35" 9'3"  
Calhoun Wisconsin 5'9.4", 202 4.38 1.59 2.70 4.04 11.03 6.83 18 31.5" 10'4"  
Bell Arizona 6'0.2", 221 4.56 1.60 2.73 4.16 11.48 6.91 21 33" 9'6"  
Henderson Texas Tech 5'9.4", 204 4.58 1.63 2.72 4.40   7.01   32.5" 9'4"  
Hall, An South Florida 5'8.4", 208 4.42 1.54 2.64 4.20 11.22 7.39 18 33" 9'5"  
Howard Arkansas 5'10.4", 229 4.47     4.20   6.98 20 36" 9'11"  
Barclay Wake Forest 5'8.3", 180 4.35     4.09   6.65 16 42" 10'6"  
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Drew UCLA 5'6.6", 207 4.39 1.58 2.66 4.41 11.39 7.08 18 36" 9'8"  
Vickers (FB) Colorado St 6'0.2", 245 4.76 1.74 2.88 4.64   7.75 21 31.5" 8'8"  
Bagwell California (Pa)                      
Bernstein (FB) Wisconsin 6'0.3", 260 4.80 1.72 2.91 4.37 12.26 7.25 25 33.5" 9'2"  
Daniels Georgia Tech 5'10.1", 214 4.64 1.60 2.75 4.40   7.13 21 35" 9'11"  
Ebell UTEP 5'8.3", 182 4.57     4.16 12.03 7.37 15 34.5" 10'1"  
Ganther Utah 5'9.4", 218 4.50 1.59 2.70 4.32   7.21 29 35" 9'11"  
Hall, Ah Texas 5'10.6", 232 4.49     4.22   7.22 24      
Harris, G (FB) Arizona 6'1.5", 235 4.73 1.71 2.86 4.06 11.72 7.00 20 39" 10'5"  
Humes Virginia Tech 6'0.3", 224 4.59 1.64 2.75 4.23   6.78 18 32" 9'3"  
Kennedy (FB) Arkansas 5'11.1", 244 4.82     4.25   6.89   35" 9'5"  
Kirtman (FB) USC 5'11.4", 233 4.65 1.63 2.78 4.09   6.85 26 34.5" 8'10"  
Mathis Fresno St 5'11.3", 210 4.51 1.59 2.62 4.17 11.25 6.82 20 36.5" 9'11"  
Merrills Maryland 5'9.7", 193 4.43     4.31   6.89 27 39" 10'6"  
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Moore New Mexico 5'10", 210 4.63 1.66 2.76 4.32 11.68 7.10 18 33" 9'11"  
Powers-Neal (FB) Notre Dame 6'2.2", 240 4.61     4.25   6.96 19 31.5" 9'8"  
Pope Bowling Green 5'9.4", 218 4.49     4.06   6.69 22 36.5" 9'9"  
Rhodes Syracuse 5'11.5", 212 4.49     4.37   6.54 21 37.5" 10'3"  
Riggs Tennessee 5'10.6", 229 4.59     4.25   7.15 17 36.5" 9'7"  
Ross, D Tarleton St 5'10.4", 226 4.52 1.61 2.72 4.37   7.01 20 35" 9'4"  
Tahi (FB) BYU 5'11.7", 254 4.85 1.68 2.72 4.70   7.74 35 29" 8'5"  
Whitehead Oregon 5'10.1", 201 4.62 1.70 2.79 4.27   7.16   30.5" 9'0"  
                         

RB Rankings - 01/28

1 Bush USC Can do it all.  Appears to be a bigger, faster Brain Westbrook.  Bush has a real chance to be the first player picked in the draft.
2 Williams Memphis Only question is his ability to block in pass protection, but he is a tough kid, so that will come.  Williams is a lightning quick back, who can catch the ball out of the backfield.  Of the three second tier backs (Williams, Maroney, White), Williams workout numbers will mean the least.  He is more quick than fast and it shows on the football field regardless of how he times.
3 Maroney Minnesota Williams, Maroney, and White rankings will be fluid throughout the process as more information (primarily workout numbers) is obtained.  Maroney needs good forty and short shuttle times to keep up with, and possibly pass Williams.
4 White USC If White puts up Jamal Lewis forty times (4.33) he could move into the top five of the draft.  He he runs 4.5 or so, he'll stay in the pack with Williams and Maroney, and where they are drafted will depend upon a team's system and needs.  White is the best power back of the three (Williams, Maroney, White).
5 Henderson Texas Tech I absolutely love this kid.  Last year, I had Barber as the best back outside of the top three.  This year I have Henderson after Bush and the second group of three.  He played in a spread offense in college and showed quickness, cutting ability, and the ability to catch.  At the East West Shrine game he lined up in pro sets and ran tough between the tackles.  Henderson will be a steal for some team.
6 Bell Arizona Not asked to do it all at Arizona, Bell showed he could catch at Senior Bowl week.  Bell has speed and toughness, and good cutting ability.
7 Calhoun Wisconsin Calhoun is an all-purpose-type back who may be a little too small for a big-time NFL workload.  However, he is an exciting player with home-run potential.

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WR

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Late Round Value
1. Jackson
2. Holmes
3. Moss
4. D Williams
5. G Jennings
6. Hagan
7. Marshall
8. Stovall
9. Webb
10. Watkins
11. B Williams
12. Nance
13. Bouknight
14. Baskett
15. Aromashodu
16. Lee
17. Blackmon (CB)
18. Orr
19. Wilson
Anderson
Austin
Avant
Bloom
Brazell
Colston
Denney
Fenner
Green
Hannon
Haas
Hinkel
Hixon
A Jennings
Johnson
McClover
Mix
Mobley
Obomanu
Reid
J Russell
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Jackson, C Florida 6'0.7", 213 4.32 1.51 2.56 3.97 11.19 6.73   38.5" 10'2"  
Holmes Ohio State 5'10.4", 189 4.34     4.26   6.83   38" 10'6"  
Moss Miami 5'8", 185 4.38 1.48 2.53         42" 10'3"  
Williams, D Oregon 6'1.6", 197 4.46     4.08 11.40 6.86   38" 10'7"  
Jennings, G Western Mich 5'11.1", 197 4.41 1.57 2.69 4.18 11.15 6.68   36.5" 9'9"  
Hagan Arizona State 6'1.6", 208 4.42 1.50 2.59 4.07       39.5" 10'5"  
Marshall Cent Florida 6'4.4", 229 4.49 1.60 2.71 4.31 11.82 6.96   37" 10'0"  
Stovall Notre Dame 6'4.3", 217 4.54 1.60 2.69 4.16   6.81   36" 10'2"  
Webb San Diego St 6'2.1", 211 4.40 1.51 2.61 4.08   6.81   36" 10'6"  
Watkins BYU 6'2.6", 202 4.40 1.53 2.60 4.06 11.06 6.74   37" 9'10"  
Williams, B Wisconsin 5'9.6", 180 4.49 1.55 2.61 4.07   6.87   34.5" 9'7"  
Nance Miami - OH 6'4.2", 213 4.55 1.62 2.71 4.08   6.91   33.5" 9'4"  
Bouknight Wyoming 6'1.1", 191 4.53 1.72 2.80 4.03   6.94   34" 10'0"  
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Baskett New Mexico 6'2.6", 224 4.49 1.55 2.63 4.22   6.80   35" 9'11"  
Aromashodu Auburn 6'2.1", 202 4.35 1.55 2.56 4.17 11.38 7.05   39" 10'0"  
Lee Pittsburgh 6'1.5", 201 4.60 1.58 2.70 4.11   6.80   35.5" 10'2"  
Blackmon Boston Col 6'0.2", 198 4.46 1.56 2.60 4.20   6.67   41" 11'1"  
Orr Wisconsin 6'2.1", 198 4.41 1.57 2.63 4.16 11.19 7.07   39" 10'8"  
Wilson Oklahoma 6'2", 219 4.48 1.58 2.62 3.99 11.26 6.70   36.5" 10'0"  
Anderson Colorado St 5'10.4", 192 4.58 1.61 2.69 4.21   6.88   34" 9'11"  
Austin Monmouth 6'2.1", 205 4.47 1.56 2.64 4.14 11.30 7.09   40.5" 10'3"  
Avant Michigan 6'0.4", 209 4.65     4.19   7.02 21 37" 10'4"  
Bloom Colorado 5'9", 184 4.49 1.57 2.64       19      
Brazell LSU 6'0.3", 178 4.42     4.21   6.80   35.5" 10'11"  
Buchanon USC 6'3", 191 4.38     4.15   6.85        
Colston Hofstra 6'4.6", 224 4.43 1.60 2.65 4.44 11.27 6.96   37" 10'3"  
Denney Nebraska-Oh 6'3", 224 4.65 1.63 2.74 4.36   7.03   33" 9'4"  
Fenner Maryland 5'11.2", 189 4.37     4.26 11.35 6.95 13 41" 10'6"  
Green LSU 5'9.1", 192 4.44 1.57 2.65 4.20   6.84   34" 10'0"  
Hannon Tennessee 6'3.2", 207 4.37 1.53 2.61 4.29   7.24   36.5" 10'7"  
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Haas Oregon St 6'0.5", 207 4.58 1.60 2.70 4.14   6.52   36.5" 9'8"  
Hinkel Iowa 6'0.3", 191 4.50 1.57 2.67 4.10 11.10 6.98   36" 10'1"  
Hixon Akron 6'2", 192 4.36                  
Jennings, A Fresno State 5'9.6", 175 4.40 1.53 2.58 4.12 11.37 6.89   37.5" 9'10"  
Johnson Fresno State 6'2.4", 202 4.44     4.09 11.17 6.88   39.5" 10'6"  
McClover, G Buffalo 6'1", 214 4.41                  
Mix Auburn 6'4.1", 235 4.45 1.64 2.71 4.43   7.18   31.5" 9'7"  
Mobley Texas A&M 6'1", 200 4.45     4.19   7.02   36" 10'7"  
Obomano Auburn 6'0.5", 205 4.44 1.64 2.70 4.23   6.98   41" 10'1"  
Reid Florida State 5'10.4", 189 4.34 1.53 2.57 4.26   7.06   37.5" 9'9"  
Russell, J Cal-Poly 5'11.1", 194 4.49     4.09   6.56 15 40.5" 10'4"  
                         

WR Rankings - 01/28

1 Holmes Ohio State Is NFL-ready.  Holmes has speed, is a polished route-runner, and can make the tough catch.
2 Moss Miami Lightning quick, with amazing acceleration.  A little short, but could be a game-breaker in the NFL.
3 Williams Oregon May become the most reliable receiver from this class.  Williams has better-than-you-think speed, excellent hands, and toughness.
4 Jackson Florida May be a couple of years away from producing big numbers, but Jackson has the tools with which to develop into a top number two receiver in the NFL.
5 Hagan Arizona State Hagan's value seems to be dropping some heading into the combine.  He is a nice receiver, but that may not be enough to hear his name called in the first two rounds. He lost ground at the Senior Bowl and could drop significantly by draft day if he doesn't have a good combine.
6 Jennings Western Michigan An interesting prospect as a reliable, move the chains receiver.  Jennings can get open and catch the ball.  His workout will go a long way towards solidifying his high ranking by me, or seeing him drop below some of the big receivers that just missed my top six (for now).  I expect Jennings to put up better-than-expected speed and quickness numbers.

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TE  

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Late Round Value
1. V Davis
2. M Lewis
3. Klopfenstein
4. Pope
5. Bryd
6. Fasano
7. Day
8. Thomas
9. Scheffler
10. Mills (FB)
11. Daniels
Bienemann (LS)
King
Massaquoi
Mullins (LS)
Wallace
Williams
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Davis, V Maryland 6'3.2", 254 4.38 1.51 2.59 4.17   7.00 33 42" 10'8"  
Lewis UCLA 6'6.3", 261 4.53 1.66 2.81 4.84 12.62 7.25 23 37" 9'10"  
Klopfenstein Colorado 6'5.5", 255 4.56 1.68 2.78 4.24   7.40 27 36" 9'4"  
Pope Georgia 6'7.7", 256 4.62 1.63 2.76 4.67   7.48 22 37.5" 9'10"  
Bryd USC 6'2.7", 258 4.79     4.50   7.22 16 36.5"    
Fasano Notre Dame 6'4.1, 259 4.71     4.34   6.94 19 33.5" 9'4"  
Day Oregon 6'3.4", 256 4.74 1.63 2.78 4.20 11.43 6.89 26 35" 9'1"  
Thomas Texas 6'3.1", 252 4.67 1.61 2.78 4.15   7.07 21 37.5" 9'5"  
Scheffler Western Mich 6'5.3", 254 4.54 1.61 2.66 4.01 11.41 6.81 17 33.5" 9'7"  
Mills Tulsa 6'1.1", 241 4.64 1.60 2.74 4.05 11.05 6.81 23 35.5" 9'3"  
Daniels Wisconsin 6'3.3", 253 4.65 1.62 2.72 4.10   6.87 23 34.5" 9'6"  
Bienemann Wash State 6'4.5", 256                    
King Virginia Tech 6'5.4", 246 4.81 1.65 2.83 4.09 11.54 6.99 21 32.5" 9'1"  
Massaquoi Michigan 6'2.4", 254 4.84     4.34   6.92 32 29" 9'2"  
Mullins Marshall 6'1.7", 247 5.03 1.85 2.95 4.24   7.15 24      
Wallace Auburn 6'3.5", 251 4.75 1.66 2.84 4.22   7.30 26 31" 9'2"  
Williams N C State 6'2.3", 269 4.63 1.69 2.76 4.44   7.50 25 34" 9'3" 8
                         

TE Rankings - 01/28

1 Davis Maryland The next in the line of big-play tight ends who can stretch the field.  Davis has wide receiver speed.
2 Pope Georgia Even taller than Lewis, Pope is another excellent receiving tight end with good speed for his size.
3 Bryd USC Bryd could be a tight end or a h-back.  Bryd is a little shorter than the other tight ends, but still has good size, hands, and speed.
4 Lewis UCLA A tall tight end with good hands who can catch the deep seam route.
5 Day Oregon In a very deep draft for tight ends, Day has excellent hands, good concentration, and can even block.
6 Fasano Notre Dame A more traditional, very reliable, move-the-chains, good blocking tight end.  Does not have the speed of the other tight ends, but could be the best bet for a team that wants a tight end to block in the running game as well as being a pass-catching threat.

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OL

  Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Late Round Value
C 1. Mangold   2. Chester (OG)
3. Eslinger
4. Montgomery
5. Spitz (OG)
6. Degory
7. C Morris
Bimper
Love
Milhauser
Philip
Ross
OG 1. Jean-Gilles 2. Joseph
3. Spencer
4. Lutui
5. Sims
6. Kuper (LS)
7. Matua
8. Boothe
9. Sowells (OT)
Davis
Douglas
Evans
Lips
McNeil
Meadow (OT)
Reddick (OT)
Stetterstrom
Stenavich
Stevenson
OT 1. Ferguson
2. Justice
3. McNeil
4. Winston
5. Whitworth
6. Scott
7. Trueblood
8. O'Callaghan
9. Colledge
10. Whimper
11. Toledo
12. Strief
13. Cook (C)
14. Martin
15. D Morris
B Butler
R Butler
Clary (OG)
Evwaraye
Gibbons
C Johnson
LeVoir
Paul McQuistan
Ojinnaka
Penn
Pennington
Toudouze
Whitley
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Mangold Ohio State 6'3.4", 300 5.05 1.72 2.95 4.36   7.49 24 27.5" 8'4" 35
Chester Oklahoma 6'3.3", 303 4.87 1.68 2.65 4.50   7.31 27 31.5" 8'10"  
Eslinger Minnesota 6'3", 292 5.13 1.77 3.02 4.69   7.59 30 30" 8'5"  
Montgomery Virginia Tech 6'3", 312 4.98 1.71 2.94 4.43   7.30 35 29.5" 8'8"  
Spitz Louisville 6'3.4", 313 5.38 1.82 3.12 4.55   7.82 25 28.5" 8'6"  
Degory Florida 6'5.3", 310 5.39 1.85 3.10 4.65   7.90 29 26" 8'2"  
Morris, C Mich State 6'3.4", 298 5.28     4.50   7.42 33 29" 9'5"  
Bimper Colorado State 6'0.2", 296 5.08     4.64   7.49 28 31" 8'8"  
Love Arizona State 6'3", 306 5.51           28 28.5"    
Mihlhauser Wash State 6'2.6", 291 5.29     4.58   7.30 16 29" 8'7"  
Philip Cal-Berkley 6'1.1", 309 5.24 1.78 3.04 4.70   7.87 27 27" 8'0"  
Ross Boston Coll 6'3.1", 301 4.96 1.72 2.90 4.50     25 27" 8'7"  
                         
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Jean-Gilles Georgia 6'3.6", 343 5.16 1.92 3.22 5.08   8.56 31 24.5" 7'11"  
Joseph Oklahoma 6'2.5", 305 5.09 1.74 3.01 4.75   7.75 24 32" 9'3"  
Spencer Pittsburgh 6'3.6", 352 5.28 1.85 3.10 4.64   7.74 30 27.5" 8'3"  
Lutui USC 6'3.4", 330 5.33 1.86 3.15 4.81   7.95 26 28" 7'11"  
Sims Ohio State 6'2.6", 307   1.75 2.87 4.79   7.52 27 30" 8'10"  
Kuper North Dakota 6'4", 301 5.10 1.78 2.96 4.60   7.59 24 30" 9'1"  
Matua USC 6'2.3", 301 5.06     4.79   7.87 28 30" 7'9"  
Boothe Cornell 6'4.6", 316 5.41 1.85 3.05 5.07   8.37 23 31.5"    
Sowells Indiana 6'3.3", 315 5.15 1.84 3.03 4.78   7.58 20 28.5" 8'5"  
Allen Texas 6'4.7", 306 5.34     4.66   8.04 24 26.5" 8'4"  
Davis South Florida 6'3.2", 326       4.72   8.01 36 29.5" 7'9"  
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Douglas Tennessee 6'4.3", 313           7.75 30 26" 8'1"  
Evans Bloomsburg 6'4", 318 5.24 1.81 3.11 4.88   7.98 20 27" 7'11"  
Lips La Tech 6'4.4", 314 5.31     4.94   7.96 29 27.5" 8'7"  
McNeil Mississippi St 6'3.2", 307 5.00     4.57   7.81 35 31.5" 8'0"  
Meadow Washington 6'4.7", 321 5.34 1.88 3.14 4.85   8.12 29 24" 8'3"  
Ralph North Car 6'3.5", 307 5.25     4.96   7.89 27 28.5" 8'3"  
Reddick Auburn 6'4.7", 334 5.57 1.91 3.30 4.86   7.93 21 28" 7'5"  
Setterstrom Minnesota 6'3.6", 314 5.38 1.77 3.10 4.53   7.64 19 26.5" 8'4"  
Stenavich Michigan 6'4.1", 309 5.61     4.82   7.91 24 24.5" 7'9"  
Stevenson Notre Dame 6'5.1", 300 5.34 1.85 3.15 4.55   7.53 24 24.5" 8'4"  
                         
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Ferguson Virginia 6'5.7", 305 5.07     4.89   7.64   30" 8'11"  
Justice USC 6'6.2", 320 5.15     4.42   7.27 38 39" 9'2"  
McNeill Auburn 6'7.4", 336 5.07 1.76 2.99 5.04   8.19   31" 8'2"  
Winston Miami 6'6.4", 310 4.94 1.70 2.86 4.44   7.47   29" 9'0"  
Whitworth LSU 6'7', 334 5.15 1.85 3.07 4.84   7.68 28 30.5" 9'4"  
Scott Texas 6'6.6", 315 5.28 1.85 3.12 4.87   7.74 17 24.5" 8'5"  
Trueblood Boston Coll 6'8", 316 5.25 1.86 3.09 4.71   7.84 20 27.5" 8'0"  
Colledge Boise State 6'4.3", 302 5.04 1.71 2.91 4.58   7.43 22 35.5" 9'2"  
Whimper East Carolina 6'4.6", 304 4.95 1.77 2.95 4.59   7.38 26 29" 8'6"  
Toledo Washington 6'5.3", 332 5.11 1.80 2.99 4.66   7.92 32 29" 8'3"  
Strief Northwestern 6'7.3", 333 5.41 1.89 3.18 4.85   7.80 19 21" 7'10"  
Cook New Mexico 6'6.5", 328 5.50 1.88 3.16 4.60   7.46 28 26" 8'5"  
Martin Virginia Tech 6'5", 303 5.14 1.80 3.03       26 32" 8'9"  
Morris N C State 6'5.3", 332 5.58     4.83   8.33 26 34.5" 8'3"  
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Butler, B Virginia 6'7.1", 306       4.75   7.51        
Butler, R Miami 6'4.3", 293 5.30     4.55   7.80 16 31.5" 8'10"  
Clary Kansas State 6'6.1", 309 4.88 1.87 3.12 4.66   7.75 26 29.5" 8'6"  
Evwaraye Nebraska 6'4.6", 319 5.03     4.68   7.68 24 27.5"    
Gibbons Northeastern 6'5.2", 318 5.08     4.59   7.53 24 29.5" 8'1"  
Johnson, C Oklahoma St 6'3.7", 304 5.26     4.77   8.03 28 35" 9'8"  
LeVoir Notre Dame 6'6.5", 316             20 30" 8'7"  
McQuistan, Paul Weber State 6'6.1", 310 5.07 1.74 2.97 4.65   7.72 28 29" 9'2"  
Ojinnaka Sryacuse 6'4.5", 309 5.17 1.85 3.50 4.84   7.90 21 29.5" 9'1"  
Penn Utah State 6'4.2", 317             22      
Pennington New Mexico 6'7.2", 345 5.21 1.87 3.15 4.69   8.06 28 28.5" 8'6"  
Toudouze TCU 6'5.4", 303 5.10 1.84 3.04 4.71   7.45 23 26.5" 8'4"  
Whitley Texas Tech 6'5", 309 5.37 1.88 3.12 4.80   7.53 16 25" 8'5"  
                         

OL Rankings - 01/28

1 Ferguson OT Virginia A blue chip prospect, will be a dominating player in the NFL.
2 Jean-Gilles OG Georgia The best guard in the draft, Jean-Gilles is tough and talented.
3 McNeal OT Auburn Big and strong, McNeal will need to show good footwork in workouts to keep this spot.
4 Scott OT Texas A safer bet than some other tackles in the draft, but not as much upside.  Will be a good NFL player for a long time.
5 Justice OT USC May not be ready right away, but has tremendous potential.
6 Winston OT Miami Coming off injury he may not be able to strut his stiff as much as others so he may drop some, not because of his lack of ability, but because others may wow some scouts.
7 Spencer OG Pittsburgh Played out of position at tackle his senior year, but will be a domiante guard in the NFL.
8 Mangold C Ohio State A man anyone would be proud to go to war with, Mangold is a fierce competitor with excellent skills.
9 Joseph OG Oklahoma Has the tools and athletic ability, but will need to bulk up.

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DL

  Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Late Round Value
DE 1. M Williams
2. Lawson (OLB)
3. Wimbley (OLB)
4. Tapp
5. Kiwanuka
6. Anderson
7. Hali
8. Adewanju
9. GoCong (OLB)
10. McClover
11. Edwards
12. LaCasse (OLB)
13. Haralson (OLB)
14. Mincey
15. Wyche
16. Chick (OLB)
17. Dumervil
18. Ninkovich (OLB)
19. Henderson
20. Hawkins
D Adams
Alexander
Bailey
Bennett (OLB)
Bryan (OLB)
Carrington
Davis
W Evans
Fosmark
Guillory (OLB)
Hatcher
Holman
Ishola (OLB)
Jenkins
Kudla
Massey
Oliver
Rucker
Tollefson
DT 1. Ngata (NT)
2. Bunkley
3. Watson (NT)
4. Wright
5. Lewis
6. Wroten
7. McCargo
8. Dvoracek
9. Oshinowo (NT)
10. Harris (DE)
11. Mahelona
12. Cofield (DE)
13. K Williams (NT)
14. Golston
15. S Anderson (NT)
16. Jolly (NT)
17. L Smith (NT)
T Adams (NT)
Boykin
Ma Brown (DE)
Burton (NT)
Dibbles
Drame (DE)
Ford
Green
Hopoi (DE)
Jackson
McKinney (NT)
Peko
A Smith
Stanley
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Williams, M N C State 6'7", 295 4.69 1.60 2.77 4.36   7.19 35 40" 9'10"  
Lawson N C State 6'5", 241 4.41 1.55 2.62 4.18 11.08 6.95 23 39.5" 10'4"  
Wimbley Florida State 6'3.6", 248 4.42 1.60 2.70 4.48   6.97 24 38.5" 10'9"  
Tapp Virginia Tech 6'1.3", 256 4.79 1.66 2.85 4.48   7.32 27 33" 9'1"  
Kiwanuka Boston Col 6'5.6", 266 4.73 1.66 2.77 4.13   7.29 17 32' 10'0"  
Anderson, M Alabama 6'4", 254 4.61 1.64 2.74 4.22 11.75 6.95   42" 10'7"  
Hali Penn State 6'2.5", 263 4.86     4.31   7.28 18 29.5" 8'10"  
Adewanju Indiana 6'4", 267 4.68 1.70 2.85 4.41   7.38 22 32' 9'4'  
Gocong Cal-Poly 6'2", 263 4.70 1.61 2.74 4.08 11.35 7.05 28 42" 10'5"  
McClover Auburn 6'2.1", 258 4.61 1.63 2.75 4.52   7.88 19 39" 9'6"  
Edwards Purdue 6'5.5", 279 4.79 1.65 2.80 4.59   7.51 30 39" 9'6"  
LaCasse Syracuse 6'2.4", 254 4.54 1.65 2.73 4.28   7.01 34 34" 9'11"  
Haralson Tennessee 6'1", 253 4.70 1.72 2.86 4.26   7.25 24 34.5" 9'7"  
Mincey Florida 6'3.2", 262 4.65 1.70 2.81 4.25   6.99 27 33.5" 10'1"  
Wyche Syracuse 6'5.3", 262 4.64 1.67 2.68 4.51   7.76 33 33" 10'0"  
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Chick Utah State 6'3.2", 265 4.59     4.26 11.42 7.07 30 36.5" 10'1"  
Dumervil Louisville 5'11", 257 4.75 1.68 2.81       30      
Ninkovich Purdue 6'2.6", 255 4.79 1.66 2.83 4.18 11.33 6.96 23 34.5" 9'8"  
Henderson Georgia Tech 6'1.7", 270             30      
Hawkins Illinois St 6'3", 250                    
Adams, D Villanova 6'4.7", 277 4.86 1.78 2.96 4.39   7.60 22 29.5" 9'2"  
Alexander Duke 6'3.4", 274 4.82     4.15   7.10 25 37" 9'5"  
Bailey Nevada 6'3.4", 262 4.77     4.47   7.34 21 35.5" 9'4"  
Bennett Clemson 6'3.4", 258 4.70 1.64 2.74 4.53 12.04 7.59 19 33.5" 9'7"  
Bryan Arizona 6'3.4", 253 4.80 1.65 2.80 4.27 11.83 6.76 15 34" 10'0'  
Carrington Central Fla 6'6.7", 267 4.65     4.48   7.22 21 34" 10'2'  
Davis North Carolina 6'2.6", 270 4.74     4.31   7.38 34 34" 9'3"  
Evans, W Mississippi St 6'1.3", 269 4.95     4.50   7.30 25 32.5" 8'5"  
Fosmark Weber State 6'2", 260       4.43   7.62 26 31.5" 8'5"  
Guillory La-Monroe 6'3.6", 253 4.53     4.27   7.16 19 37" 10'3"  
Hatcher Grambling St 6'6", 284 4.91 1.72 2.89 4.50   7.68 28 35.5" 9'5"  
Holman Northern Ill 6'3.6", 254 4.80     4.35   7.12 21 33" 10'9"  
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Ishola

Indiana

6'2.4", 248 4.50     4.12 11.99 7.31 30   9'5"  
Jenkins Stanford 6'3.5, 277 4.94 1.76 2.95 4.23   7.11 25 34.5" 9'2"  
Kudla Ohio State 6'2", 265 4.75 1.63 2.74 4.45   7.22 45 34" 9'6"  
Massey Michigan 6'4.7", 290 5.09     4.60   7.40 25 25.5" 8'7"  
Oliver LSU 6'3.6", 279 4.96     4.37   7.34 17 30" 8'8"  
Rucker USC 6'3.2", 261 4.80 1.72 2.91 4.32   7.23   35" 9'7"  
Tollefson NW Misso St 6'4.8", 255 4.72     4.48 11.72 6.95 27 34.5" 9'6"  
                         
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Ngata Oregon 6'4.1", 338 5.13 1.73 2.96 4.69   7.97 37 31.5" 9'2"  
Bunkley Florida State 6'2.5", 304 4.95 1.71 2.91 4.16   7.33 44 32.5" 9'5"  
Watson Michigan 6'3.5", 336 5.29 1.79 3.07 4.82   8.28 39 26.5" 8'6"  
Wright Texas 6'4.6", 303 5.12 1.70 2.94 4.47   7.85 31 32" 9'2"  
Lewis Virginia Tech 6'1", 309 4.97 1.68 2.90 4.43   7.42 24 33.5" 9'3"  
Wroten LSU 6'2", 302   1.81 2.87 4.83   7.70 26 29.5" 8'10"  
McCargo N C State 6'1.4", 302 5.11 1.78 2.99 4.37   7.29 25 30.5" 9'2"  
Dvoracek Oklahoma 6'2.6", 306 4.79 1.75 2.97 4.47   7.59 34 34" 8'10" 41
Oshinowo Stanford 6'1.4", 304 5.25 1.80 3.04 4.57   7.63 33 32" 8'9"  
Harris Miami 6'2.7", 298 5.27     4.51   7.45 25 29.5" 8'6"  
Mahelona Tennessee 6'0.1", 310 5.34     4.84   7.63 27 27" 7'6"  
Cofield Northwestern 6'4", 304 4.99 1.68 2.88 4.35   7.43 35 34" 8'9"  
Williams, K LSU 6'1.1", 301 4.99 1.73 2.99 4.52   7.43 32 27.5" 8'2"  
Golston Georgia 6'4.1", 299 4.94 1.73 2.80 4.45   7.61 31 33" 9'3"  
Anderson, Sir H Oregon State 6'3.6", 306 5.24 1.87 3.02 4.58   7.70 27 28.5" 8'4"  
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Jolly Texas A&M 6'3", 317 5.43 1.89 3.17           8'8"  
Smith, L Nebraska 6'2.7", 316 5.01 1.75 2.93 4.93   7.95 30 30.5" 9'1"  
Adams, T Nebraska 6'3", 303 5.09 1.76 2.99 4.55   7.50 15 30.5" 8'7"  
Boykin Mississippi 6'0.3", 288 4.84 1.77 2.92 4.78   8.00 30 35.5" 9'1"  
Brown BYU 6'3", 300 5.02 1.74 2.96 4.49   7.65 21 34.5" 9'3"  
Burton Temple 6'1.6", 308 5.39           31 31.5" 9'5"  
Dibbles Texas 6'1.3", 290 5.37     4.75   8.07 19 27.5" 8'4"  
Drame Syracuse 6'5", 296 5.24 1.84 3.07 4.70   7.90 29 31" 9'0" 8
Ford So Mississ 6'1.3", 309 5.17     4.71   7.81 35 32.5" 7'7"  
Green Ohio State 6'1", 295 5.16 1.85 3.07 4.88   7.62 33 31" 9'0"  
Hopoi Washington 6'3.5", 286 4.97     4.31   7.53 20 31.5" 9'3"  
Jackson Auburn 6'0.3", 304 5.12 1.80 3.09 4.61   7.74 26 31" 8'8"  
McKinney Mich State 6'1.4", 324 5.43     4.69   7.69 36 25.5" 7'8"  
Peko Mich State 6'2.6", 307 5.32 1.85 3.10 4.54   7.70 25 28.5" 8'7"  
Smith, A Oregon State 6'2.3", 307 5.15     4.63   7.57 25 32" 8'7"  
Stanley Louisville 6'2", 313 5.24 1.83 3.06 4.62   8.08   29" 8'10" 8
                         

DL Rankings - 01/28

1 Williams DE North Carolina A speed rusher with excellent size, and can even get bigger. 
2 Ngata DT Oregon A big run-stuffing defensive tackle who is an excellent athlete.  A rare combination, could be very special.
3 Hali DE Penn State Has an excellent motor, is an excellent speed rush and has enough size to play the run as well.
4 Watson DT Michigan Best nose tackle prospect in the draft.  Massive and skilled.
5 Tapp DE Virginia Tech Terrific pass rusher, very strong, very fast.  Could be a steal.
6 Kiwanuka DE Boston College Tall, rangy defensive end with good speed. 
7 Bunkley DT Florida State Good inside pass rusher, good explosion off the line, may need to bulk up depending upon team and role (could be an excellent 3-4 end).
8 Mahelona DT Tennessee Quick, agile defensive tackle that can rush the passer.
9 Gocong DE Cal Poly Obviously, he's not rated this high, but my first heads up for a player who can rush the passer and play the run.  A sleeper.

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LB

  Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Late Round Value
ILB 1. Jackson (O) 2. Hodge
3. Wilkinson
4. Nande (O)
5. Dobbins
6. L Williams
7. Parham
8. Roach
9. Bray
10. Chude
Allred
Earls
Hollis
Hoyte
Keiaho (O)
Laury (O)
Mays
McGarigle
Robinson
Schlegel
Toone (O)
Tulloch
OLB 1. Hawk
2. Sims (SS)
3. Greenway
4. Carpenter
5. Howard (SS)
6. Ryans
7. Alston (SS)
8. McIntosh
9. Havner (I)
10. Nicholson (I)
11. J Anderson
12. Gaither
13. Ellison
14. Johnson
15. T Williams (SS)
16. Keith (DE)
Brown
Derting (I)
Hunter
Ingram
Iwuh (SS)
Kershaw
Koonce
McKenzie
Richardson
Santiago
Simon (I)
Trucks
J Williams
Wusu (SS)
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Jackson Maryland 6'0.4", 230 4.70 1.64 2.79 4.37   7.05 19 37" 9'8"  
Hodge Iowa 6'0.3", 233 4.66 1.65 2.75 4.35   7.11 25 31" 9'0"  
Wilkinson Georgia Tech 6'3", 233 4.62 1.67 2.73 4.08   7.23 19 41" 10'11"  
Nande Miami-OH 6'0.1", 232 4.51 1.59 2.64 4.11   6.98 41 39" 10'4"  
Dobbins Iowa State 6'1.4", 235 4.59 1.65 2.75 4.39   7.25 23 35.5" 9'2"  
Williams, L Miami 6'3", 245 4.54 1.57 2.68 4.08 11.68 7.08 25 34" 9'9"  
Parham Virginia 6'2.7", 244 4.91 1.70 2.89 4.36   7.36 30 35" 9'9"  
Roach Alabama 6'1.7, 257 4.87 1.72 2.88 4.42   7.51 17 34" 9'3" 8
Bray Oregon St 6'0.3", 227 4.88 1.67 2.88 4.36   6.69 18 32" 9'1"  
Chude West N Mex 6'1.1", 253 4.66     4.39   7.34 32 37" 10'0"  
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Allred Baylor 6'1.1", 237 4.87     4.37 12.00 7.33 17 34" 9'7"  
Earls Florida Atl 6'1.6", 253 4.71     4.23 11.69 7.12 16 33" 9'5"  
Hollis LSU 5'11.7", 231 4.60     3.95   7.01 19 32" 10'3"  
Hoyte N C State 6'2.5", 245 4.93 1.73 2.88 4.31   7.14 19 32" 9'4"  
Keiaho San Diego St 5'11.2", 230 4.68     4.12   7.02 15 36" 9'5"  
Laury South Car 6'1.5", 233 4.69     4.22   7.25 23 35.5" 9'7"  
Mays Notre Dame                      
McGarigle Northwestern 6'0.5", 245 4.73 1.63 2.74 4.07   7.10   38" 9'10"  
Robinson Arizona St 6'0.3", 235 4.76 1.65 2.82 4.33   7.30 26 33" 9'0"  
Schlegel Ohio State 6'0.4", 250 4.76 1.68 2.75 4.39   7.31 21 32" 9'3"  
Toone Utah 6'1.1", 235 4.70     4.28   6.98 22 35" 9'6"  
Tulloch N C State 5'9.7", 234 4.75 1.77 2.90 4.18   7.20 27 33.5" 9'5"  
                         
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Hawk Ohio State 6'1", 248 4.42 1.56 2.72 3.96 11.06 6.82 24 40" 9'7"  
Sims Florida State 5'11.2", 234 4.48 1.54 2.64 4.23   7.32 25 41" 10'5"  
Greenway Iowa 6'2.3", 240 4.58 1.61 2.75 4.22   7.01 19 38" 10'0"  
Carpenter Ohio State 6'2.4", 256 4.66     4.31   6.88 20      
Howard UTEP 6'3", 234 4.42 1.53 2.60 4.29 11.22 6.98 21 39" 10'4"  
Ryans Alabama 6'1.4", 236 4.62 1.64 2.74 4.18   7.19 23 39" 10'9"  
Alston Stanford 6'0.4", 223 4.40 1.56 2.65 4.14   6.90 30 40" 11'0"  
McIntosh Miami 6'2.1", 237 4.60 1.61 2.72 4.20   7.32 18 42.5" 9'11"  
Havner UCLA 6'3.3", 242 4.62 1.65 2.75 4.07   6.81 18 39" 9'8"  
Nicholson Florida State 6'0.6", 252 4.74 1.71 2.86 4.46   7.34 25   9'10"  
Anderson, J Virginia Tech 6'2.6", 229 4.58 1.57 2.68 4.07 11.32 6.67   41" 10'1"  
Gaither Tennessee 6'0.7", 230 4.78 1.65 2.80 4.32   6.97 23 37" 9'8"  
Ellison Oregon State 6'1.6", 230 4.76 1.61 2.76 4.16   6.77 24 33.5" 9'7"  
Johnson Louisville 6'4.7", 228 4.44 1.59 2.66 4.34   7.19 11 37" 9'10"  
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Williams, T Auburn 5'11.4", 222 4.56 1.65 2.74 4.15   6.97 20 33.5" 9'10"  
Keith Kansas 6'4.3", 239 4.78 1.69 2.83 4.15 11.98 6.94 12 30.5" 9'1"  
Brown Boston Col 6'2", 230 4.46     3.96   6.99 18 32" 9'0"  
Derting Wash State 6'0.2", 247                    
Hunter Appalachian 6'4.2", 232 4.53     4.23   6.93 22 34.5" 10'2"  
Ingram Oklahoma 6'1.6", 245 4.58 1.59 2.69 4.10   7.12 22 41" 9'6"  
Iwuh Colorado 6'0", 224 4.66     4.32   7.27 20 34" 9'10"  
Kershaw Maryland 6'2.6", 240 4.63 1.72 2.76 4.20   6.95 21 37" 9'3"  
Koonce Ohio 5'11.5", 237 4.87     4.30   7.33 28 39" 10'2"  
McKenzie Minnesota 6'0.3", 228 4.61     4.70   6.77 17 35.5" 9'6"  
Richardson North Carolina 6'1.3", 234 4.78     4.08   6.95 20 38" 9'8"  
Santiago La Tech 6'1.4", 242 4.68     4.27   7.12 27 34" 9'3"  
Simon Tennessee 5'9.7", 233 4.79 1.72 2.87 4.16   7.03 26 28" 8'7"  
Trucks Oregon 6'0.7", 233 4.77 1.72 2.85 4.21 11.20 7.01 22 37" 10'5"  
Williams, J Arizona St 6'0.2", 236 4.58 1.61 2.69 4.29   7.03 21 37" 10'4"  
Wusu Stanford 6'2.3", 219 4.67     4.31   6.91 17 40.5" 10'1"  
                         

LB Rankings - 01/28

1 Hawk OLB Ohio State Toughness, strength, speed, and smarts.  Hawk will be an NFL star.
2 Greenway OLB Iowa Plays the run and the pass well.   Greenway will be a sideline-to-sideline tackling machine.
3 Ryans OLB Alabama A better football player than athlete, Ryans is a consistent linebacker that makes all the plays.
4 Jackson ILB Maryland The best inside linebacker in the draft, Jackson is a physical presence in the middle with excellent instincts and tackling skills.
5 Sims OLB Florida State A bit undersized, Sims workout numbers will go a long way towards deciding where he is drafted.  If he tests as the excellent athlete he appears to be he will go high in the draft.  If not, he lacks the physical size to be a high pick.
6 Howard OLB UTEP Talking about athletes ...... Howard is one of the best in the draft.  Is one of the best linebackers in the draft as far as pass coverage is concerned, he has the strength and speed to be effective against the run.  Howard may have the ability to be a dominating strong safety as well.
7 Hodge ILB Iowa Excellent against the run, Hodge will need to work on his pass defense to stay on the field in passing situations.  Still a dominate two-down middle linebacker now, and the attitude and desire to be a three-down linebhacker in the future.
8 Carpenter OLB Ohio State A steady player always in the right position to make plays.  Gets sacks without big-time speed, and plays the run well.

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DB

  Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Late Round Value
CB 1. Hill
2. J Williams
3. Cromartie
4. Joseph
5. K Jennings
6. Marshall
7. Griffin (FS)
8. Youboty
9. Pittman
10. Byrum
11. Lay
12. Webb
13. Hester (WR/RS)
14. T Jennings (FS)
15. Manning
16. Maxey
17. McPhearson
18. Martin
19. Gordon (WR)
20. Minter
21. Bush
Bassey
Butler
Eubanks
Finnigan
Hostletler (RS)
Houston
Humphrey
Hunter
King
Madison
McCann
Phillips
Rhodes
Rushing (RS)
Soelberg
Trufant
Walker
Wyatt
Zemaitis (FS)
FS 1. Allen (CB)
2. Simpson
3. Watkins 4. A Smith
5. Harper
6. Addae (SS)
7. Demps
8. Baker
Appel (SS)
Bethea
Brooks
Doughty
Hamilton (WR)
Hudson (CB)
Powell
Salley
SS 1. Huff (CB)
2. Whitner (CB)
3. Bullocks
4. Bing (OLB)
5. Pollard 6. Blue (OLB)
7. Lowry (RS)
8. Slay
9. E. Smith
10. Landry
Andrews (CB/RS)
T Coley
Culver
DeSisso
Harrell (FS)
Herring
Nnabuife
Page
Peprah (CB)
Ware
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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LIC
Hill Clemson 5'9.5", 185 4.30 1.52 2.59 4.01 11.17 6.63   41" 10'9"  
Williams, J Virginia Tech 6'2.1", 216 4.41     4.15   6.69 12 33" 9'6"  
Cromartie Florida State 6'2.4", 208 4.37 1.58 2.70 3.89   7.02 18 42" 11'0"  
Joseph South Car 5'11", 193 4.31 1.53 2.57 4.27 11.23 6.94 15 37" 10'3"  
Jennings, K Miami 5'11.6", 178 4.39 1.56 2.59 3.96 11.67 6.88 12 40" 10'0"  
Marshall Fresno State 5'11.1", 187 4.42 1.54 2.60 4.16 11.32 6.65 13 38.5" 10'9"  
Griffin Texas 6'0.3", 202 4.49 1.61 2.71 3.97   6.84 17 35.5" 10'5"  
Youboty Ohio State 5'11", 189 4.43     4.18   6.96 11 36" 10'0"  
Pittman NW State 5'11.2", 182 4.44 1.57 2.65 4.12   6.96 16 36" 10'8"  
Byrum Ohio 5'10.4", 190 4.43     3.89   6.88 12 40" 10'7"  
Lay Pittsburgh 6'0.3", 194 4.49 1.50 2.67 3.94   6.78 16 40.5" 10'0"  
Webb Florida 5'10.6", 186 4.41 1.61 2.66 4.10 11.84 6.92   36.5" 10'1"  
Hester Miami 5'11", 185 4.32 1.54 2.59 4.20 11.21 6.78 16 38" 10'4"  
Jennings, T Georgia 5'8.2", 184 4.32 1.48 2.51   11.72   17 37.5" 9'9"  
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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Manning Abilene Ch 5'10.6", 201 4.43 1.62 2.68 4.07   7.24 17 39" 10'3"  
Maxey Miami 6'1.4", 192 4.42 1.54 2.62 4.24 11.26 7.60 17 41.5" 10'9"  
McPhearson Maryland 5'10.1", 196 4.32 1.51 2.60 4.07 10.94 6.65 18 41.5" 10'9"  
Martin Wyoming 5'10", 202 4.45 1.56 2.65 3.98 10.69 6.72 17 40" 10'7"  
Gordon Kansas 5'10", 183 4.53 1.59 2.66 4.19   6.84 19 35.5" 9'7"  
Minter Georgia 5'11.2", 185 4.48 1.61 2.70 4.10 11.56 6.88 10 38.5" 10'11"  
Bush Utah State 6'0.3", 194 4.46     4.11 11.08 6.67   39" 10'5"  
Bassey Oklahoma 5'11.7", 195 4.33     3.96   7.07 17 37.5" 9'8"  
Butler TCU                      
Eubanks So Mississippi 5'10.4", 173 4.45     4.28   6.90 16 37.5" 9'8"  
Finnegan Samford 5'9.7", 188 4.33     4.34   6.95 14 44" 10'8"  
Hostleter Ohio-Norhern                      
Houston Georgia Tech 5'11.7", 192 4.59 1.61 2.73 4.12   6.81 21 41.5" 10'7"  
Humphrey SMU 5'9", 170 4.35 1.41 2.50 4.16     12 37" 10'0"  
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
DASH
10
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20
DASH
SHORT
SHUTTLE
LONG
SHUTTLE
3 CONE BENCH VERTICAL
JUMP
LONG
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LIC
Hunter Miami-OH 5'11.7", 206 4.36 1.58 2.63 4.14   6.99 8 36" 10'3  
King Missouri 5'9.4", 199 4.54     4.08 11.36 6.61 13 33.5" 9'5"  
Madison Alabama 5'8.3", 180 4.40     4.41 11.64 6.93 14 38.5" 10'3"  
McCann West Virginia 5'11.2", 197 4.53 1.57 2.64 4.39   7.36   40.5" 10'2"  
Phillips Penn State 5'11.6", 190 4.59     4.09 11.49 6.80 10 35.5" 10'2"  
Rhodes Misso Val Col 6'0.5", 189 4.36     4.32   7.03 14 35.5" 10'11"  
Rushing Stanford 5'9", 186 4.40     4.11   6.59 20 40" 10'0"  
Soelberg BYU 5'11.3", 176 4.38     4.07 11.39 6.70   35" 9'2"  
Trufant Eastern Wash 5'6.3", 158 4.31     4.20   7.15   42.5" 10'10"  
Walker USC 5'11.6", 205 4.61 1.63 2.73 4.18   6.87   40" 10'6"  
Wyatt USC 5'9.1", 189 4.50     4.09   6.77 14 40" 10'1"  
Zemaitis Penn State 6'1.2", 196 4.56     4.19 11.34 6.68 10 30" 9'9"  
                         
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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10
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20
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LONG
SHUTTLE
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Allen Tennessee 6'0.7", 210 4.39 1.50 2.55 3.81 11.17 6.75 17 39.5" 10'11"  
Simpson, K South Carolina 6'1", 203 4.45 1.59 2.64 4.20   7.09 11 40.5" 10'2"  
Watkins Florida State 6'4", 211 4.42 1.56 2.64       14 41" 11'1"  
Smith, A Syracuse 6'0.1", 190 4.57 1.63 2.72 4.29   6.63 18 41" 10'5"  
Harper Alabama 5'11.7", 198 4.48     4.34 11.81 7.04   34" 9'8"  
Addae West Virginia 5'10.2", 214 4.61 1.64 2.75         38.5" 10'2"  
Demps San Diego St 5'11.6", 192 4.61 1.59 2.76 4.09 11.10 6.91 17 34" 9'9"  
Baker East Carolina 6'1.5", 212 4.53     4.15   6.90 16 39" 10'5"  
Appel Texas A&M 5'10.2", 193 4.46     4.41   7.25 18 33.5" 9'2"  
Bethea Howard 5'11", 203 4.39 1.53 2.54 4.13   6.99 19 36.5" 10'7"  
Brooks Arizona 6'0", 198 4.61 1.61 2.71 4.12   6.98 12 37.5" 10'5"  
Doughty Northern Colo 6'0", 209 4.60 1.55 2.67 4.17   6.66 15 37" 10'1"  
Hamilton Virginia Tech 6'2.4", 218 4.52     4.04   6.66 19 42.5" 10'6"  
Hudson N C State 6'0.7", 194 4.59     4.22   6.91 11 36.5" 10'0"  
Powell San Jose St 6'1.5", 218 4.56     4.09   7.15 17   10'5"  
Salley Ohio State 6'1.6", 216 4.50 1.59 2.69 4.17 11.28 6.79 14 40" 10'3"  
                         
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
DASH
10
DASH
20
DASH
SHORT
SHUTTLE
LONG
SHUTTLE
3 CONE BENCH VERTICAL
JUMP
LONG
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Huff Texas 5'11.7", 198 4.34 1.51 2.57 3.96   6.68 21 40.5" 10'5"  
Whitner Ohio State 5'10.1", 204 4.37 1.53 2.60       18 40" 11'0"  
Bullocks Nebraska 6'0", 212 4.38 1.53 2.60 4.18 11.22 6.91 18 38" 10'4"  
Bing USC 6'1.6", 225 4.53     4.07   6.80 21 38" 10'5"  
Pollard Purdue 6'1.5", 220 4.57 1.58 2.67 4.11 11.78 6.88 18 36.5" 10'11"  
Blue Georgia 6'2", 220 4.55 1.60 2.71 4.28   7.09 16 37.5" 10'0"  
Lowry Penn State 5'11", 200 4.49 1.61 2.71 4.19 11.21 7.14 16 36" 10'0"  
Slay Texas Tech 6'3.4", 216 4.72 1.72 2.76 4.40   7.29   32.5" 9'4"  
Smith, E Michigan St 6'1", 209 4.58 1.61 2.70 3.97 10.93 6.91 21 41" 10'7"  
Landry Georgia Tech 6'0.7", 220 4.60 1.62 2.69 4.28   7.00 20 39" 10'8"  
PLAYER COLLEGE HGT-WGHT FORTY
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10
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20
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LONG
SHUTTLE
3 CONE BENCH VERTICAL
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LONG
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Andrews Baylor 5'9", 193 4.39 1.63 2.65 4.31   7.00 7 36.5" 10'4"  
Coley, T So Mississippi 6'1", 227 4.46     4.23   6.83 18 37" 10'0"  
Culver Fresno St 6'1", 200 4.60     4.35   7.25 23 39.5" 10'9"  
DeSisso Harding 5'10.4", 202 4.49     4.04   6.78 21 31" 10'5"  
Harrell Penn State 6'0.3", 209 4.72 1.58 2.74 4.13   7.02 16 40.5" 9'11"  
Herring Florida 5'11", 206 4.75 1.71 2.86 4.23 11.89 7.12 15 36.5" 9'11"  
Nnabuife SMU 6'0.1", 210 4.59 1.56 2.56         40.5" 10'4"  
Page UCLA 6'0.3", 239 4.51 1.69 2.72 4.14 12.01 6.68 14 38" 10'7"  
Peprah Alabama 5'10.7", 206 4.53 1.63 2.75 4.09 10.83 6.69 17 37.5" 9'11"  
Ware USC 6'1.2", 213 4.70 1.57 2.71 4.27   7.05 15 37" 9'7"  
                         

DB Rankings - 01/22

1 Huff SS/CB Texas Will be a big hitting in the box strong safety who has good cover skills, a rarity for big-hitting strong safeties.
2 Williams CB Virginian Tech A potential 6'2"shut down corner.  If he does in fact, "measure up", a tall shut down cover corner is a highly-valued commodity.
3 Hill CB Clemson Hill is a shorter, quicker cover corner with excellent speed and terrific ball skills.  He catches like a wide receiver.  I will be interested in seeing his vertical leap.  He can cover anyone, but can he go up and challenge a high throw?
4 Simpson FS South Carolina Has a nose for the ball, plays physically against the run, and can step out and hold his own in pass coverage.
5 Marshall CB Fresno State Nice athlete with good cover skills, Marshall is a quick corner who can play outside or match-up with slot receivers.
6 Youboty CB Ohio State Good speed and height, Youboty needs some seasoning before he can contribute as a starter.
7 Watkins FS Florida State An underrated prospect, Watkins is a playmaking safety with good cover skills.
8 Griffin CB Texas A corner who not only can cover but is a big hitter who can step up and make a play in the running game.
9 Allen FS/CB Tennessee A versatile athlete who can cover and has a nose for the ball.
10 Slay SS Texas Tech Yes, this is a little high for Slay, but this guy may be the biggest hitter in the draft.  He has excellent tackling ability, and may be the best in-the-box safety in the draft.  He needs improvement in pass defense, but in the right system he could be a monster.

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TOP KICKERS AND PUNTERS

Rank Name College POS Value Combine Stats
1 Plackemeier Wake Forest P 6th round  
2 Gostkowski Memphis K 6th round  
3 Scrifres Missouru  State K 6th round  
4 Weatherford Illinois P 7th round  
5 Huston Ohio State K 7th round  

 

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