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Old 01-26-2006   #1
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1. Reggie Bush RB USC
2. Vince Young QB Texas
3. Matt Leinart QB USC
4. D'Brickashaw Ferguson OT Virginia
5. Mario Williams DE North Carolina State
6. A.J. Hawk OLB Ohio State
7. Chad Greenway OLB Iowa
8. Haloti Ngata DT Oregon
9. Michael Huff CB/S Texas
10. Demeco Ryans OLB Alabama
11. Gabe Watson DT Michigan
12. Deangelo Williams RB Memphis
13. Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State
14. Mathias Kiwanuka DE Boston College
15. Jimmy Williams CB Virginia Tech
16. Vernon Davis TE Maryland
17. Eric Winston OT Miami
18. Winston Justice OT USC
19. Laurence Maroney RB Minnisota
20. Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA
21. Marcus McNeill OT Auburn
22. Leonard Pope TE Georgia
23. Davin Joseph OG Oklahoma
24. Broderick Bunkley DT Florida State
25. Ko Simpson S South Carolina
26. Ashton Youbouty CB Ohio State
27. Max Jean-Gilles OG Georgia
28. Jonathan Scott OT Texas
29. Joseph Addai RB LSU
30. Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio State
31. Thomas Howard OLB UTEP
32. Chad Jackson WR Florida








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1. LenDale White RB USC
2. Tamba Hali DE Penn State
3. Claude Wroten DT LSU
4. Jay Cutler QB Vanderbuilt
5. Rodrique Wright DT Texas


Underrated:

1. Gabe Watson DT Michigan
2. Joseph Addai RB LSU
3. Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio State
4. Daryn Colledge OT Boise State
5. Demeco Ryans OLB Alabama
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hmmm looking at that, i would have to say Winston is probably rated a little too high.

he does have some knee issues and was a TE.

I would put him in the overrated list.

I agree Bobby Carpenter should be at least in the middle of the pack there.

I don't see the Miami WR, Moss on that list at all, which is surprising....

He should be a #1 pick and would fit in a system like Indy or a Martz offense very nicely. Sinorice Moss , i think, is his name...
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I don't know who Blake is, but he makes me laugh at the suggestion that LenDale White is overrated.
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Moss is a good player, who I hear is doing great at the senior bowl. But anyone who has 31 receptions for 492 yards (15.9 average) and three touchdowns in 36 games over three seasons, with four starts, doesnt get first round consideration from me.

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I just have never felt that White is a stud like Williams, and Maroney. His arms look flabby, and I dont think he will be as great as people are making him out to be. I seem him in mocks going top10, top20, but I would take both williams and Maroney before White.
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I agree I'm fairly MIXED on Lendale as well. Yea he scored a lot of touchdowns but so did Touchdown Tommy Vardell and well we all know how that turned out.

I like Williams #2 behind Bush but #1 for a pure runner. Maroney seems a lil inflated to me as well. I'd probably flip holmes and williams at cb. Not sure I'd rate Pope or the Lewis TE's that high.
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I agree I'm fairly MIXED on Lendale as well. Yea he scored a lot of touchdowns but so did Touchdown Tommy Vardell and well we all know how that turned out.

I like Williams #2 behind Bush but #1 for a pure runner. Maroney seems a lil inflated to me as well. I'd probably flip holmes and williams at cb. Not sure I'd rate Pope or the Lewis TE's that high.
Exactly. He runs behind a wall, and breaks a few tackles, but he is no deangelo williams.

Maroney played on a great running football team too, so i see where you are coming from. But this guy is just like Marion Barber. They are tough runners.

TE's are really, really valuable. They are like QB's, LT's, and DE's. VALUE-ABLE. 2 will go as high, or higher than Miller. But I see all 3 going in Round 1.
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Moss is a good player, who I hear is doing great at the senior bowl. But anyone who has 31 receptions for 492 yards (15.9 average) and three touchdowns in 36 games over three seasons, with four starts, doesnt get first round consideration from me.

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I just have never felt that White is a stud like Williams, and Maroney. His arms look flabby, and I dont think he will be as great as people are making him out to be. I seem him in mocks going top10, top20, but I would take both williams and Maroney before White.
his arms look flabby?
very relevant to his running back skills
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his arms look flabby?
very relevant to his running back skills
Muscle is important. If he has fat on his arms he's gonna run slower and not be able to break a lot of tackles.
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I stand by my comments. He is nothing special to me. He is a basic big body back, that will need alot of work to be good on the NFL.
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