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JAY's DRAFT VALUES
players who will have a better NFL career than many drafted higher than them

red indicates numbers are near the top for their position

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STANTON DREW MICHIGAN ST 6'3.2" 226   4.73 1.56 2.71 4.41   6.77 30.5" 9'0"
Ignore the buzz.  At different times Smith, Kolb, Beck, Edwards, etc. were considered in the mix with Stanton as the #3 quarterback in the draft.  In my opinion, he separated himself from the others during the post season (Senior Bowl, Combine).  Stanton is the clear choice and will be a solid NFL player.  He has good size and athleticism and can make all the throws.  He will be better in the NFL than he was in college.
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ZABRANSKY JARED BOISE ST 6'1.7" 215   4.53 1.53 2.65 4.08   6.78 35.5" 9'3"
Of the quarterbacks who will go on day two, I like Zabransky.  He is an excellent athlete, smart and a winner.  In some ways he reminds me of Jeff Garcia.  In the right system (west coast offense) he could be very good.  In the wrong system, he will be nothing more than a solid backup.  
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HOLLENBACH SAM MARYLAND 6'5.5" 217   4.86 1.66 2.79 4.34   6.94 34.5" 9'8"
Hollenbach really impressed me at the Inta Juice All Star Game.  He showed good movement in the pocket, made good decisions (for the most part), put mustard on short passes when needed, and was accurate.  I can see him going the path of Jake Delhomme.  Hollenbach's biggest negative at Maryland was that he threw too many interceptions, however, he was still towards the top in quarterback ratings.  That supports my view that his interceptions were from forcing throws, not from lack of accuracy, which is correctable.
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PITTMAN ANTONIO OHIO ST 5'10.6" 210 16 4.40 1.52 2.53 4.16   6.84 35.5" 10'3"
After Peterson and Lynch, Pittman is the running back I would draft if I was looking for a prime time back.  He has the speed to bounce outside and take it the distance, is quick and makes good cuts, and has enough strength to run inside.  Pittman has the skills to be a runner like Thomas or Julius Jones.
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BATTLE JACKIE HOUSTON 5'10.5" 229 19 4.42 1.52 2.55 4.11   6.51 41" 10'11"
Sshhhh.  Everyone knows about Chris Henry's workout because he did it at the Combine.  He will now go on day one.  However, check out Battle's numbers.  They are as impressive as Henry's numbers.  The difference is, however, that Battle had better production in college.  He ran for just under 1000 yards, with a 5.1 yard per rush average, and 15 touchdowns.  He is big, strong, fast, quick, and athletic.
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TERRY D. D. SAM HOUSTON ST 6'0.5" 196 12 4.40 1.51 2.58       38.5" 10'1"
Terry is a recent covert from linebacker to running back and his aggressiveness shows in his running style.  He has good speed, is quick, and athletic.  He ran for over 1,300 yards his senior year, averaging over 6 yards a carry.  He also caught 22 balls for almost 240 yards and rushed for 15 touchdowns.  Terry will not be a lead back, but is ideal as a third down back who can also be part of a two-back tandem.  He will out perform running backs taken ahead of him in the draft.
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HILL JASON WASHINGTON ST 6'0.4" 203   4.32     4.22   7.02 37" 10'3"
It wouldn't surprise me if Hill is the best receiver (outside of  Johnson, and maybe Bowe) to come out of this draft.  He is fast, tough, has great hands, and a great attitude.  While receivers like Jarrett, Rice, Ginn Jr, Smith, etc, will be drafted ahead of Hill; Hill is more of a sure thing and will have a better NFL career than the majority of them.
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GONZALEZ ANTHONY OHIO ST 6'0" 193 16 4.44     4.08 11.45 6.54 38" 10'3"
Gonzalez is flying a bit under the radar right now.  He has reliable hands, runs precise routes, has good speed, excellent quickness, and is a good athlete.  Most rookie receivers do not hit their stride until year three.  Gonzalez will be ready year one.  If he is drafted by a team that can get him on the field right away, he will be the surprise receiver from this draft class in terms of on-field production his rookie year.  Others will catch up later in their careers, but Gonzalez will remain a very good NFL player.
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CLOWNEY DAVID VIRGINIA TECH 6'0.2" 188   4.36 1.52 2.53 4.15 11.75 7.00 33" 10'3"
Clowney impressed me more than any other receiver during Senior Bowl practices.  He showed speed, quickness, good moves, and excellent hands.  He may need to add some bulk to take the pounding he will get in the NFL, however, he will become a dynamite #3 wide receiver for the team that drafts him with the potential to develop into a #2.  I expect numerous receivers to come off the board before Clowney, but he will become a vital cog for the team that drafts him, while players drafted higher than him disappoint.
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ZIEGLER DOMINIQUE BAYLOR 6'2" 181   4.55     4.42   7.18 34.5" 10'0"
My list always includes a long shot receiver, who has great hands and can make plays.  This receiver can become a valuable fourth or fifth receiver who plays on third downs and is a reliable option to help move the chains.  This year it is Ziegler.  He probably won't get drafted.  The key for this kid will be choosing a team to sign with wisely.  Don't go for a west coast offense.  Don't go for a team that loads up with speed at the bottom of their receiver roster.  Look at teams that value players like Ricky Proehl.  Ziegler has skills, he just lacks measurables.
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ALLAN MICHAEL WHITWORTH 6'6.6" 254 19 4.71 1.61 2.68 4.38   7.31 36" 10'3"
Allan had an excellent Combine.  He opened eyes during both the workouts and drills.  He is a tall, athletic tight end who is a better receiver than blocker.  Coming from Whitworth, he will need time to develop.  However, he could be a productive receiving tight end who can be used in the red zone because of his size, and can run seam patterns because of his speed.
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CHANDLER SCOTT IOWA 6'6.5" 265 17 4.78 1.67 2.81 4.22 11.88 7.12 32" 9'3"
Chandler is another tight end who is more of a receiver than a blocker.  He impressed me during the Senior Bowl practices with his consistency catching the ball.  He has sneaky speed and quickness and is a big reliable target.  While some of the more athletic tight ends may be drafted ahead of Chandler, Chandler will have a better NFL career than many of them. 
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DATISH DOUG OHIO ST 6'4.1" 302 31 5.13 1.75 2.99 4.65   7.51 26" 8'6"
Datish is an underrated prospect.  He is strong and has good feet.  I have him as the #3 center in the draft, which is higher than most.  Since he will be drafted, most likely, on day two, he will be great value.  Best case the team gets a solid starting center, worst case a top sub who can backup at guard as well as center.  I think Datish will become an above average starting NFL center.
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BLALOCK JUSTIN TEXAS-AUSTIN 6'3.2" 320 40 5.10 1.73 2.96 4.72   7.75 28.5" 8'5"
Grubbs, Sears; Grubbs, Sears: that is the current debate over the top guard in the draft.  I say it is Blalock.  He has excellent size, is one of the strongest players in the draft, and has good speed and quickness for the position.  He can also backup at right tackle.  Blalock would be the first guard off the board is I was a NFL GM.
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BEEKMAN JOSHUA BOSTON COL 6'1.5" 313 24 5.36 1.81 3.06 4.81   8.24 25.5" 7'9"
Beekman is the classic player who looks good on the field, but doesn't workout well.  However, for the right team (he is not ideal for a zone blocking team) he could be a long term answer at guard.  Beekman will probably be drafted lower than where I have him graded, but he will be a solid NFL player.
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ALLEMAN ANDY AKRON 6'4" 305 30 5.07 1.71 2.87 4.38   7.43 30" 8'10"
Alleman is a perfect fit for the zone blocking scheme, although he could play in any system.  He is the most athletic guard in the draft.  Alleman also has good strength and was impressive in drills at the Combine.  Alleman could step in right away and be one of the surprises of the draft while lineman selected ahead of him languish on the bench.
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BROWN LEVI PENN ST 6'5.4" 323 31 5.39 1.89 3.09 4.89   7.87 25.5" 8'1"
There are various opinions on Brown.  He played great in drills at the Senior Bowl, but didn't workout as expected.  He also showed some inconsistency on tape.  As a result Brown has seen his value fluctuate up and down leading up to the draft.  As the draft approaches he is on an upswing.  That is good because I believe he will be a stud left tackle.  However, some teams may look towards Staley and Ugoh over Brown because of his lack of speed and quickness.
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YANDA MARSHAL IOWA 6'3.7" 307 23 5.15 1.69 2.88 4.58   7.36 27" 8'5"
Some think Yanda may be better as a guard because he is a good run blocker, and, it was thought he was limited athletically. His workout showed he can play tackle in the NFL (right tackle), although he will need to hit the weight room whether he plays tackle or guard.
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BARBRE ALLEN MISSOURI SOUTHERN ST 6'4" 300 28 4.84 1.65 2.81 4.63   7.40 32" 8'9"
Barbre is a strong, quick, athletic tackle with an excellent upside.  He will need some time to develop but could be one of the few players late on day one or early in day two who can develop into a starting left tackle.  Worst case, Barbre's athleticism will make him a versatile, solid backup.  He will have a long NFL career while players drafted ahead of him fall out of the league.
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CARRIKER ADAM NEBRASKA 6'6" 296 33 4.72 1.58 2.70 4.18   7.06 33.5" 9'2"
I know Carriker is a first round pick, but I believe he will be a special player.  A player who goes all out every down with his size, speed, strength, quickness and athleticism is rare.  Think a bigger, quicker, more athletic Patrick Kerney.  Carriker is the rare athlete who comes along once every few years.  If a team drafted him in the top five, I wouldn't call it a reach.
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CROWDER TIM TEXAS-AUSTIN 6'3.5" 272 32 4.69 1.59 2.71 4.32   7.28 30.5" 9'3"
I'm tired of hearing how Crowder is an underachiever.  He did have 10.5 sacks his senior year.  This is a kid who got by in college on his athleticism.  He will need coaching, but he has the skills to be an excellent two-way (run and pass) end in the NFL.  I predict he will go in round two (where I have him graded - higher than many others). Then some draft talking head will say it was a reach because while he has great tools he doesn't play to his talent; but that talking head will be proved wrong in long run.
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BAZUIN DAN CENTRAL MICHIGAN 6'2.7" 266 25 4.77 1.59 2.75 4.52   6.97 30" 9'7"
Some may see Bazuin as an outside linebacker in a 3-4.  I see him as a pass rushing defensive end, although he has the athleticism to play inside linebacker in a scheme like the Pats 3-4.  Bazuin was the best defensive player in the East West Shrine Game.  He has natural pass rush skills and is relentless in pursuit.
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ROBISON BRIAN TEXAS-AUSTIN 6'3.1" 259 27 4.67 1.49 2.65 4.26   6.89 40.5" 10'1"
Of all the defensive ends being looked at to move to outside linebacker in a 3-4, Robison intrigues me the most.  He has the speed, quickness, and athleticism to make the transition.  He also has the right build and is a strong kid.  In fact, I look for Robison to be a better NFL player than college player because of the position switch.  While Moses and Woodley are getting more press as potential 3-4 linebackers, Robison will be a better OLB than either of them.
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BRANCH ALAN MICHIGAN 6'5.6" 324 33 5.04 1.68 2.92 4.79   7.56 27.5" 8'11"
When a team can draft a player with the size, strength, and speed of Branch, to be a dominate player at nose in a 3-4, I do not understand how that player can fall on draft boards.  I don't care if he did have some inconsistent effort in college.  When you're young, have a dominate presence, and are as big as this kid is, inconsistent effort comes with the territory in college.  It is up to his NFL staff to get him in better shape so he doesn't tire and, therefore, can play more consistently.  This kid is another rare physical specimen who should (but may not) go to the first team that plays a 3-4 and doesn't have a stud in the middle of their line.
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BROWN KAREEM MIAMI-FL 6'4" 290   5.38 1.81 3.08 4.71   7.49 28" 8'5"
Brown has lots of ability.  He will be best served as a 4-3 tackle because he lacks top end speed and size.  However, he is very strong and can hold the line of scrimmage and get penetration against both the run and the pass.  He should be a contributor while other tackles selected higher than him struggle to make a teams' tackle rotation.
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SOLIAI PAUL UTAH 6'4" 344   5.02 1.63 2.86 4.53   7.66 30.5" 8'7"
Are you kidding me?  A 344 pound tackle who runs a 5.02 forty and, even more impressively, a 4.53 short shuttle.  Soliai's short shuttle time was better than running back Tony Hunt!  This is another kid with rare athletic talent.  He is a converted offensive guard who has the size and tools to play the nose in a 3-4, and the speed and athleticism to play tackle in a 4-3.  Soliai is an underrated prospect.
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HARRIS DAVID MICHIGAN 6'2.2" 243 23 4.53 1.53 2.59 4.29   7.25 33" 9'2"
Harris is a solid inside linebacker with the size to play in a 3-4 and the speed to play in a 4-3.  He is currently my second rated inside linebacker (behind Willis) and will probably fall to round two.  However, he will be a very good NFL starter and outperform players selected ahead of him in the draft.
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DURANT JUSTIN HAMPTON 6'0.7" 230 25 4.51 1.55 2.60 4.09 11.44 6.77 36" 10'1"
Durant is an excellent athlete from a small school.  He will be a terror on special teams and has the talent to develop into a good NFL linebacker.  He has good instincts, is aggressive and is a hard hitter.  He will fit best in a 4-3.  He lacks the size to play inside in a 3-4.  Durant is an interesting sleeper.
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DEOSSIE ZAK BROWN 6'4.5" 250 26 4.53 1.56 2.66 4.22 11.50 6.89 34.5" 10'2"
DeOssie was all over the field, both on defense and special teams at the East West Shrine Game.  His workout numbers fully support that performance.  At 250 pounds, he is one of the best athletes at linebacker in the draft.  DeOssie is another player with the size to play inside in a 3-4 and speed to play inside in a 4-3.  Another intriguing possibility, is to use his size, speed, and strength to play the SAM in a 4-3.   No matter where he ends up, DeOssie will have a productive NFL career while players drafted ahead of him don't dress for games.
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BLACK QUINCY NEW MEXICO 6'1.5" 240 24 4.42 1.53 2.58 4.34 11.23 6.86 41.5" 10'4"
Black is one of the best athletes in the draft.  He will be a big-time special teams player while learning his craft.  He can pursue sideline to sideline, and has good cover skills.  He will be a difference maker at the WILL in a 4-3.  Black is a future NFL starter.
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SHAW TIM PENN ST 6'1.4" 236 26 4.46 1.49 2.54 4.12   6.90 36.5" 10'6"
Shaw, who played defensive end in college, is a bit short, but has the strength, speed and athleticism to play OLB in the NFL.  In fact, he should be able to transition to the SAM in a 4-3, as well as a pass rushing outside linebacker in a 3-4.  He is also the type of athlete that a team like the Patriots likes to move to inside linebacker in their 3-4. 
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OLAJUBUTU SAM ARKANSAS-FAYETTEVL 5''8.6" 227 24 4.61 1.57 2.65 4.34   7.33 36" 9'10"
Olajabutu is quite simply a football player.  He was a standout at the East West Shrine Game.  He plays faster than he times, finding and getting to the ball-carrier very quickly, and is a sure tackler.  This is the type of kid a team takes a flyer on and in a couple of years they are pleasantly surprised to have uncovered a solid starter or valuable reserve.
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NKANG CHAD ELON 5'11.4" 220 23 4.41 1.49 2.52 4.34   6.99 36.5" 9'10"
Nkang is a player that some teams may have pegged as a special teams player only.  However, he is a valuable commodity for the right team.  Teams that rely on small, quick, fast linebackers (like the Colts) could come up big if they draft Nkang.  He reminds of Cato June.
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HOUSTON CHRIS ARKANSAS-FAYETTEVL 5'9.7" 185 27 4.32 1.50 2.52 4.12   6.94 36" 10'2"
Quite simply, I expect Houston to be the best corner to come out of this draft.  He will be Pro Bowl caliber and teams that pass him up, that have a need at corner, will look back with regrets.  Houston is very strong, hits like a truck, has excellent man-to-man cover skills, is very fast and very quick, and is a good athlete.  Best of all he has that confidence, that glimmer in his eye, that all top corners possess.  If a team drafts Houston in the top ten, they will get kudos from me, not comments like "reach".
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WILSON JOSH MARYLAND 5'9.2" 192   4.39 1.46 2.50 4.26   7.07 36.5" 10'0"
Wilson is an underrated prospect, mainly because of his lack of height.  I was very impressed with Wilson during both Senior Bowl practices and the Senior Bowl Game.  Wilson has good speed to go with excellent coverage skills and good athleticism.  Wilson has the skill set to start outside, or be a top nickel corner playing the slot receiver.  Wilson will be playing a significant role in the NFL while a number of players drafted higher than him rot on the bench.
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WADE JONATHAN TENNESSEE 5'10" 195 8 4.36 1.48 2.50 4.40   7.07 40.5" 10'6"
Wade is another underrated prospect who looked very good during Senior Bowl practices and had a nice Senior Bowl Game.  Wade has very good speed and cover skills, and is a top athlete.  Wade will be best served as an outside corner.  He is more fast than quick and could have trouble covering slot receivers.  Keep that in mind if that is his initial role.  He may not look great in that role, but is a player who will improve if he wins a starting job.
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YOUNG USAMA KENT STATE 5'11.1" 196 15 4.39 1.46 2.51 4.31   6.65 43" 10'11"
Wow!  Look at the numbers.  Young played well at Kent State and his workout numbers clearly show he should be able to transfer those skills to the NFL.  The kid has speed, can change direction well, and is a phenomenal athlete.  He will be a good special teams player while he learns how to play corner in the NFL.  Young is a sleeper worth watching.
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GASTON WILLIE HOUSTON 5'10" 188   4.64              
Gaston played corner for Houston, but does not possess the speed needed to be starter at that position.  He does have superb cover skills, a nose for the ball, football smarts, and excellent football instincts.  He could be a solid NFL free safety, one who could do a good job in coverage when called upon, and one who could come up with turnovers.  Gaston will be drafted late, but could be a pleasant surprise for the team that drafts him.
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VEDDER CHRIS SAN JOSE ST 6'0.2" 205                  
Vedder played strong safety at San Jose State but may fit in better as a free safety in the NFL.  At the Inta Juice All Star Game Vedder showed good ball skills, hustled all over the field, showed speed in pursuit, and played a "heady" game. I haven't been able to find his workout numbers which could be the difference between Vedder being an extra defensive back, a down-the-line starter, or a marginal pro.
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ROUSE AARON VIRGINIA TECH 6'3.5" 218 16 4.52 1.53 2.60 4.19   6.81 35" 10'1"
With players like Nelson, Meriweather, Griffin, and Weddle getting the pub after Landry, Rouse is getting lost in the shuffle.  That is a big mistake.  Rouse is a big, strong safety who can hit, and has good speed, quickness and athleticism.  He also flashed the potential to develop into a good cover safety at Senior Bowl practices.  I like this kid, he is going to be a very good NFL player.
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PISCITELLI SABBY OREGON ST 6'2.6" 224 19 4.43 1.50 2.54 3.90 11.42 6.84 34.5" 10'2"
Piscitelli is a heady player who had an outstanding workout.  One concern is that he doesn't always wrap up when he tackles, but he is a strong kid who likes to hit.  Piscitelli has speed, outstanding quickness and good athleticism.  He could play weakside linebacker on a team like the Colts, or could play free safety since he showed the skill set (speed, quickness) to go with his smarts.  Piscitelli will be a steal for some team in the draft.
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BULLITT MELVIN TEXAS A&M 6'1.1" 201 15 4.48 1.50 2.55 3.97   6.90 40.5" 10'5"
Bullitt is a tremendous athlete who will be a terror on special teams.  He loves to hit.  In fact, if a team can get him to play more in control rather than going for the big hit, they will have a tremendous football player.  Bullitt is fast, very quick, and a great athlete. Right now he projects as a backup strong safety, but if he gets under control he could start there or even move to free safety because he has the tools to be good in coverage.
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CONDREN BRANNON TROY 6'0.7" 208 24 4.47 1.49 2.53 4.10   6.94 43" 11'3"
Condren has some of the best numbers I've ever seen for a strong safety.  He is strong, fast, quick, and athletic.  Wow, he had a 43" vertical and an 11'3" broad jump.  Condren is an example of a kid who played at a lower level of competition and tried to get by on his tremendous athletic ability alone.  In doing so, he flashed good skills against both the run and the pass, but was inconsistent.  If the kid understands that to make it in the NFL he needs to follow his coaching and improve his technique, the sky is the limit.