Its that time of year again- the NFL Draft, where 32 teams attempt to build their future teams to varying degrees of success. An important part of this process is finding contributors (not stars or even starters, just contributors) in the later rounds. While many of these picks play college ball at the highest level, there are some players that slipped through the recruiting ranks and landed at the FCS, D2, D3 or NAIA levels. Still others where dismissed from FBS teams, or transferred in search of playing time. This is my top ten list (except for centers- only top 3 due to extreme lack of talent) of each position. A couple of disclaimers- since scouting small school prospects is obscure, 2 sites are incredibly valuable in, for lack of a better word, checking my rankings. These sites are jbscouting.com and nfldraftscout.com. While these rankings are useful in finding players to scout, and for comparisons sake, the rankings I am posting are completely my own. Also, you will not find heights and weights in this first set. Between the evidence on film, the measurements found on the aforementioned sites, the measurements reported by various all star games and the measurements reported by the schools themselves, there were just too many discrepancies. I am waiting until Combine and pro day measurements come in, and then I will post them with my new rankings. I think thats about it. As always, if there are any questions (or suggestions) just let me know and I will be happy to answer them to the best of my abilities. QB 1) Pat Devlin, Delaware 2) Zack Eskridge, Midwestern State 3) Justin Roper, Montana 4) Josh Portis, California (PA) 5) Chris Dieker, Southern Illinois 6) Blake Bolles. Northwest Missouri State 7) Troy Weatherhead, Hillsdale 8) Dale Fink, Sacred Heart 9) Scott Riddle, Elon 10) K.J. Black, Prairie View A&M RB 1) Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington 2) John Griffin, Massachusetts 3) Isaac Odim, Minnesota Duluth 4) Philip Sylvester, Florida A&M 5) Andre Harris, Northern Colorado 6) Chase Reynolds, Montana 7) Chris Evans, Samford 8) Mon Williams, Eastern Illinois 9) DeAngelo Branch, Norfolk State 10) Chevon Walker, Sioux Falls FB 1) Bubba Bartlett, Carroll (MT) 2) Marcus Sims, North Alabama 3) Ryan Travis, West Liberty 4) Dean Rogers, Cal Davis 5) Jim Bower, Maine Maritime* 6) Michael Tribue, Carson Newman 7) Ryan Mahaffey, Northern Iowa 8) Everette Benjamin, Central Connecticut State 9) Andrew Kennedy, Columbia 10) Tysson Poots, Southern Utah WR 1) Courtney Smith, South Alabama 2) Cecil Shorts III, Mount Union 3) Edmund Gates, Abilene Christian 4) Ricardo Lockette, Fort Valley State 5) Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 6) Stephen Burton, West Texas A&M 7) O.J. Murdock, Fort Hays State 8) Joe Morgan, Walsh 9) Jared Jenkins, Wisconsin Stevens Point 10) Jon Ryan, Sioux Falls TE 1) Schuylar Oordt, Northern Iowa 2) Julius Thomas, Portland State 3) Larry Donnell, Grambling State 4) Chris Farmer, Villanova 5) Stephen Skelton, Fordham 6) Mike Higgins, Nebraska Omaha 7) Blake Crider, Northern Michigan 8) Chris Blohm, Yale 9) Colin Cochart, South Dakota State 10) Bristan Kelley, Pittsburgh State OT 1) Benjamin Ijalana, Villanova 2) Will Rackley, Lehigh 3) Johnny Culbreath, South Carolina State 4) Curt Porter, Jacksonville State 5) Trevis Turner, Abilene Christian 6) Mike Person, Montana State 7) David Mims, Virginia Union 8) Corey ODaniel, Gardner- Webb 9) Cameron Bradfield, Grand Valley State 10) Karri Kuuttila, Lock Haven OG 1) Josh Harrison, South Carolina State 2) Greg Niland, Massachusetts 3) Pat Illig, Wofford 4) Daniel Kilgore, Appalachian State 5) Justin Walker, Bloomsburg 6) Ricky Clerge, Lehigh 7) Corey Konycki, Robert Morris 8) Jamal Lewis, Hampton 9) Austin Emerson, Central Arkansas 10) Onuche Oyibo, Florida A&M OC 1) Brandon Fusco, Slippery Rock 2) Taylor Boggs, Humboldt State 3) Paul Fenaroli, Stony Brook DT 1) Kenrick Ellis, Hampton 2) Cedric Thorton, Southern Arkansas 3) Martin Parker, Richmond 4) Frank Kearse, Alabama A&M 5) Michael Jasper, Bethel (TN) 6) Andre Caroll, Delaware State 7) Teryl White, North Carolina Central 8) Ibraham Abdulai, Arkansas Pine Bluff 9) Harold Ayodele, Emporia State 10) Andrew Iupati, Humboldt State DE 1) Christian Clark, Sacramento State 2) Eugene Germany, Central Washington 3) Mason Brodine, Nebraska Kearney 4) Christian Anthony, Grambling State 5) Courtney Harris, North Alabama 6) Markell Carter, Central Arkansas 7) Joshua Ingram, Albany State (GA) 8) John Michael Clay, Samford 9) Ronnell Brown, James Madison 10) Malcolm Jenkins, Elizabeth City State OLB 1) Jabara Williams, Stephen F. Austin 2) Marc Schiechl, Colorado School of Mines 3) Travis Brisco, Urbana 4) Jeffrey Williams, Gardner Webb 5) Matt Freed, East Stroudsburg 6) Eric McBride, Richmond 7) Eric Sobotka, UC Davis 8) Dain Taylor, Drake 9) Mark Masterson, Maine 10) Deron Mayo, Old Dominion ILB 1) Alex DiMichele, Robert Morris 2) Matt Marcorelle, Delaware 3) Stephen Franklin, Southern Illinois 4) John Eddy, Northern Colorado 5) Tressor Baptiste, Texas A&M Kingsville 6) Dozie Amjoyi, Cal Davis 7) Antoine Wilkinson, Missouri State 8) Dejuan Fulgham, Texas Southern 9) Fred Thompson, Abilene Christian 10) Clay Beeler, West Liberty CB 1) Korey Lindsey, Southern Illinois 2) Cortez Allen, Citadel 3) Ryan Jones, Northwest Missouri State 4) Justin Rogers, Richmond 5) Jamal Schulters, CW Post 6) Deante Steele, Shepherd 7) Buster Skrine, Tennessee Chattanooga 8) Drenard Williams, Texas State 9) Derek Dreher, Wisconsin Lacrosse 10) Dionte Dinkins, Fort Valley State FS 1) Tommie Campbell, California (PA) 2) Mark Legree, Appalachian State 3) Michael Landers, Robert Morris 4) Frantz Placide, Wagner 5) Marcus Martin, Northwest Missouri State 6) Anthony Walters, Delaware 7) Jason House, Southern 8) Rico Bell, Fayetteville State 9) Collin Zych, Harvard 10) ReKeem Wilson, Southeast Louisiana SS 1) Eugene Clifford, Tennessee State 2) Andre Banks, Stephen F. Austin 3) J.C. Sheritt, Eastern Washington 4) Isa Abdul-El Quddus, Fordham 5) Tommy Irvin, Wofford 6) John Dempsey, Villanova 7) Erik Stoll, Montana 8) Craig Ray, Indianapolis 9) Ron Parker, Newberry 10) Lane Olsen, Wisconsin Whitewater * Jim Bower may seem like a familiar name. He was on my last years list, as he was a senior last year. I missed the memo that he applied for, and received, an additional year due to medical hardship.