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PHAROAH
01-20-2009, 07:06 AM
Mike Mayock's top five seniors for the 2009 NFL Draft by position
Rank Player School
Quarterbacks
1 *Matthew Stafford Georgia
2 *Mark Sanchez USC
3 *Josh Freeman Kansas State
4 Nate Davis Ball State
5 Rhett Bomar Sam Houston State
Running backs
1 *Chris Wells Ohio State
2 *Knowshon Moreno Georgia
3 *LeSean McCoy Pittsburgh
4 *Donald Brown Connecticut
5 *Shonn Green Iowa
Fullback
1 Tony Fiammetta Syracuase
2 Quinn Johnson LSU
3 Brannan Southerland Georgia
Wide receivers
1 *Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
2 *Jeremy Maclin Missouri
3 *Darrius Heyward-Bey Maryland
4 *Kenny Britt Rutgers
5 *Percy Harvin Florida
Tight ends
1 Brandon Pettigrew Oklahoma State
2 Cornelius Ingram Florida
3 *James Casey Rice
4 Travis Beckum Wisconsin
5 Chase Coffman Missouri
Centers
1 Max Unger Oregon
2 Eric Wood Louisville
3 Alex Mack California
4 A.Q. Shipley Penn State
5 Jonathan Luigs Arkansas
Guards
1 Andy Levitre Oregon State
2 Duke Robinson Oklahoma
3 Kraig Urbik Wisconsin
4 Herman Johnson LSU
5 Roger Allen Missouri Western State
Offensive tackles
1 Jason Smith Baylor
2 Eugene Monroe Virginia
3 *Andre Smith Alabama
4 Michael Oher Mississippi
5 *Eben Britton Arizona
Defensive ends
Rk Player School
1 Brian Orakpo (can play OLB in 3-4) Texas
2 *Everette Brown (OLB) Florida State
3 Tyson Jackson LSU
4 *Aaron Maybin (OLB) Penn State
5 Larry English (OLB) Northern Illinois
Defensive tackles
1 B.J. Raji Boston College
2 Peria Jerry Mississippi
3 Ron Brace Boston College
4 Fili Moala Southern California
5 Evander 'Ziggy' Hood Missouri
Inside linebackers
1 Rey Maualuga Southern California
2 James Laurinaitis Ohio State
3 Darry Beckwith LSU
4 Dannell Ellerbe Georgia
5 Jason Phillips Texas Christian
Outside linebackers
1 Aaron Curry Wake Forest
2 Brian Cushing Southern California
3 Clint Sintim Virginia
4 Clay Matthews USC
5 Marcus Freeman Ohio State
Safeties
1 Rashad Johnson Alabama
2 William Moore Missouri
3 Louis Delmas Western Michigan
4 Patrick Chung Oregon
5 Michael Hamlin Clemson
Cornerbacks
1 Malcolm Jenkins Ohio State
2 *Vontae Davis Illinois
3 Alphonso Smith Wake Forest
4 *D.J. Moore Vanderbilt
5 *Sean Smith Utah



Would the texans drop back from #15 and take the top safety in the draft since the top pass rushers maybe gone before #15? I would love Rashad Johnson in Houston but I would like to drop back and maybe pick up a possible 2nd or 3rd round pick and go DE in round #2.

kastofsna
01-20-2009, 09:20 AM
oh. my. god!!! i completely disagree with his fullback rankings!!!

b0ng
01-20-2009, 09:29 AM
Would be really nice if we somehow landed Unger or Mack in the later rounds (I'd be fine with Luigs too)

mussop
01-20-2009, 12:00 PM
Mike Mayock's top five seniors for the 2009 NFL Draft by position
Rank Player School
Quarterbacks
1 *Matthew Stafford Georgia
2 *Mark Sanchez USC
3 *Josh Freeman Kansas State
4 Nate Davis Ball State
5 Rhett Bomar Sam Houston State
Running backs
1 *Chris Wells Ohio State
2 *Knowshon Moreno Georgia
3 *LeSean McCoy Pittsburgh
4 *Donald Brown Connecticut
5 *Shonn Green Iowa
Fullback
1 Tony Fiammetta Syracuase
2 Quinn Johnson LSU
3 Brannan Southerland Georgia
Wide receivers
1 *Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
2 *Jeremy Maclin Missouri
3 *Darrius Heyward-Bey Maryland
4 *Kenny Britt Rutgers
5 *Percy Harvin Florida
Tight ends
1 Brandon Pettigrew Oklahoma State
2 Cornelius Ingram Florida
3 *James Casey Rice
4 Travis Beckum Wisconsin
5 Chase Coffman Missouri
Centers
1 Max Unger Oregon
2 Eric Wood Louisville
3 Alex Mack California
4 A.Q. Shipley Penn State
5 Jonathan Luigs Arkansas
Guards
1 Andy Levitre Oregon State
2 Duke Robinson Oklahoma
3 Kraig Urbik Wisconsin
4 Herman Johnson LSU
5 Roger Allen Missouri Western State
Offensive tackles
1 Jason Smith Baylor
2 Eugene Monroe Virginia
3 *Andre Smith Alabama
4 Michael Oher Mississippi
5 *Eben Britton Arizona
Defensive ends
Rk Player School
1 Brian Orakpo (can play OLB in 3-4) Texas
2 *Everette Brown (OLB) Florida State
3 Tyson Jackson LSU
4 *Aaron Maybin (OLB) Penn State
5 Larry English (OLB) Northern Illinois
Defensive tackles
1 B.J. Raji Boston College
2 Peria Jerry Mississippi
3 Ron Brace Boston College
4 Fili Moala Southern California
5 Evander 'Ziggy' Hood Missouri
Inside linebackers
1 Rey Maualuga Southern California
2 James Laurinaitis Ohio State
3 Darry Beckwith LSU
4 Dannell Ellerbe Georgia
5 Jason Phillips Texas Christian
Outside linebackers
1 Aaron Curry Wake Forest
2 Brian Cushing Southern California
3 Clint Sintim Virginia
4 Clay Matthews USC
5 Marcus Freeman Ohio State
Safeties
1 Rashad Johnson Alabama
2 William Moore Missouri
3 Louis Delmas Western Michigan
4 Patrick Chung Oregon
5 Michael Hamlin Clemson
Cornerbacks
1 Malcolm Jenkins Ohio State
2 *Vontae Davis Illinois
3 Alphonso Smith Wake Forest
4 *D.J. Moore Vanderbilt
5 *Sean Smith Utah



Would the texans drop back from #15 and take the top safety in the draft since the top pass rushers maybe gone before #15? I would love Rashad Johnson in Houston but I would like to drop back and maybe pick up a possible 2nd or 3rd round pick and go DE in round #2.

He had Woods #1 C today

Centers
1 Eric Wood Louisville
2 Max Unger Oregon
3 Alex Mack California
4 A.Q. Shipley Penn State
5 Jonathan Luigs Arkansas

beerlover
01-20-2009, 01:19 PM
nobodys perfect, Mike at least gives you a starting point to reference then make your own conclusions :)

V3rm0nt3r
01-20-2009, 04:02 PM
He had Woods #1 C today

Centers
1 Eric Wood Louisville
2 Max Unger Oregon
3 Alex Mack California
4 A.Q. Shipley Penn State
5 Jonathan Luigs Arkansas

i saw that too. his o-line rankings are uncharacteristic of what i've seen so far. other than Mack dropping to #3 he has Luigus as his number one guard leap frogging Duke Robinson and he has Jason Smith as the #1 OT which is new to me as well.

from what i've seen the popular pick goes something like this
1.) Andre Smith/ Micheal Oher
3.) Eugene Monroe
4.) Jason Smith

So they're interesting picks of coarse.

gwallaia
01-20-2009, 04:18 PM
Is it just me or does this seem like an overall weak class this year?

The1ApplePie
01-20-2009, 04:22 PM
Is it just me or does this seem like an overall weak class this year?

A lot of depth but no real Superstars

Maddict5
01-20-2009, 04:34 PM
Is it just me or does this seem like an overall weak class this year?


meh i kinda agree but how can you tell? look at all the 'superstars' from the top of the '06 draft :fans:

The1ApplePie
01-20-2009, 04:53 PM
Its too bad safety is the worst position in the whole draft. Maybe not a first round pick among them

Specnatz
01-20-2009, 04:58 PM
Its too bad safety is the worst position in the whole draft. Maybe not a first round pick among them

Just like WR last year.

Errant Hothy
01-20-2009, 05:02 PM
Its too bad safety is the worst position in the whole draft. Maybe not a first round pick among them

That does not automatically mean there will be no good players at the position to come from this class.

Historically safety was never a position drafted in the 1s round, anyways.

The1ApplePie
01-20-2009, 05:08 PM
That does not automatically mean there will be no good players at the position to come from this class.

Historically safety was never a position drafted in the 1s round, anyways.

I'd love some Rashad Johnson in round 2

The USC fan in me is glad Taylor Mays is comming back but the Texans fans is sad:thinking:

bah007
01-20-2009, 07:14 PM
I'd love some Rashad Johnson in round 2

The USC fan in me is glad Taylor Mays is comming back but the Texans fans is sad:thinking:

Don't be sad. He and Eric Berry will be chosen early next year and it might push Kam Chancellor back to us.

Wolf6151
01-20-2009, 09:54 PM
Don't be sad. He and Eric Berry will be chosen early next year and it might push Kam Chancellor back to us.


Eric Berry will most likely go top 10 and maybe top 5 and after a good draft this year, I wouldn't be apposed to trading up for him next year.