Draftguru's First Postseason Ranking

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  1. dbspi

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    QB
    1. Brady Quinn Notre Dame
    2. JaMarcus Russell LSU *
    3. Colt Brennan Hawaii *
    4. Drew Stanton Michigan State
    5. Troy Smith Ohio State
    6. Kevin Kolb Houston
    7. John Beck BYU
    8. Trent Edwards Stanford
    9. Matt Moore Oregon State
    10. Tyler Palko Pittsburgh

    RB
    1. Adrian Peterson Oklahoma *
    2. Marshawn Lynch Cal *
    3. Tony Hunt Penn State
    4. Michael Bush Louisville
    5. Kenny Irons Auburn
    6. Antonio Pittman OSU *
    7. Lorenzo Booker Florida State
    8. Dwayne Wright Fresno State *
    9. Kenneth Darby Alabama
    10. Selvin Young Texas
    11. Kolby Smith Louisville
    12. Gary Russell Minnesota *
    13. Tyrone Moss Miami
    14. Justin Vincent LSU
    15. Jon Cornish Kansas

    FB
    1. Brian Leonard Rutgers
    2. Le’Ron McClain Alabama
    3. Cory Anderson Tennessee
    4. Tim Castille Alabama
    5. Jason Snelling Virginia

    WR
    1. Calvin Johnson Georgia Tech *
    2. Dwayne Jarrett USC *
    3. Ted Ginn OSU *
    4. Jeff Samardzija Notre Dame
    5. Sidney Rice USC *
    6. Robert Meachem Tennessee
    7. Dwayne Bowe LSU
    8. Craig Davis LSU
    9. Jonnie Lee Higgins UTEP
    10. Anthony Gonzalez OSU
    11. Dallas Baker Florida
    12. Courtney Taylor Auburn
    13. Chansi Stuckey Clemson
    14. Jason Hill Washington State
    15. Steve Smith USC
    16. Aundrae Allison ECU
    17. Rhema McKnight Notre Dame
    18. Paul Williams Fresno State

    TE
    1. Zach Miller Arizona State
    2. Greg Olsen Miami
    3. Matt Spaeth Minnesota
    4. Joe Newton Oregon State
    5. Clark Harris TE Rutgers
    6. Jonny Harline BYU
    7. Scott Chandler Iowa
    8. Ben Patrick Delaware

    OT
    1. Joe Thomas Wisconsin
    2. Levi Brown Penn State
    3. Joe Staley CMU
    4. Tony Ugoh Arkansas
    5. Arron Sears Tennessee
    6. Ryan Harris Notre Dame
    7. Doug Free NIU
    8. Mike Otto Purdue

    Interior OL
    1. Justin Blalock Texas (OG/OT)
    2. Josh Beekman Boston College (OG/OC)
    3. Ben Grubbs Auburn (OG)
    4. Manuel Ramirez Texas Tech (OG)
    5. Samson Satele Hawaii (OG/OC)
    6. Ryan Kalil USC (OC)
    7. Tim Duckworth Auburn (OG)
    8. Doug Datish OSU (OC/OT/OG)
    9. Marshal Yanda Iowa (OG/OT)
    10. Andy Alleman Akron (OG/OT)
    11. Kasey Studdard Texas (OG)
    12. Mansfield Wrotto Georgia Tech (OG/OT)
    13. Mike Jones Iowa (OG/OT)
    14. Kyle Young Fresno State (OC/OG)
    15. Kyle Cook Michigan State (C/OG)

    DE
    1. Jamaal Anderson Arkansas
    2. Gaines Adams Clemson (OLB)
    3. Anthony Spencer Purdue (OLB)
    4. Victor Abiamiri Notre Dame
    5. Quentin Moses Georgia (OLB)
    6. Jarvis Moss Florida (OLB)
    7. Ikaika Alama-Francis Hawaii
    8. LaMarr Woodley Michigan (OLB)
    9. Ray McDonald Florida
    10. Charles Johnson Georgia
    11. Adam Carriker Nebraska
    12. Tim Crowder Texas
    13. Dan Bazuin Central Michigan
    14. Baraka Atkins Miami
    15. Brian Robison Texas (OLB)

    DT
    1. Alan Branch Michigan (DE) *
    2. Amobi Okoye Louisville
    3. Quinn Pitcock OSU
    4. DeMarcus Tyler NC State
    5. Marcus Thomas Florida
    6. Justin Harrell Tennessee
    7. Kareem Brown Miami
    8. Ryan McBean Oklahoma State
    9. Brandon Mebane Cal
    10. Jay Alford PSU

    OLB
    1. Lawrence Timmons Florida State
    2. Paul Posluszny Penn State (ILB)
    3. Jon Beason Miami *
    4. Rufus Alexander Oklahoma
    5. Earl Everett Florida
    6. KaMichael Hall Georgia Tech
    7. Stephen Nicholas South Florida
    8. Juwan Simpson Alabama
    9. Justin Durant Hampton
    10. Tony Taylor Georgia (ILB)

    ILB
    1. Patrick Willis Ole Miss (OLB)
    2. Buster Davis Florida State
    3. H.B. Blades Pittsburgh
    4. Brandon Siler Florida *
    5. David Harris Michigan
    6. Anthony Waters Clemson
    7. Jon Abbate Wake Forest *
    8. Rory Johnson Ole Miss (OLB) *
    9. Desmond Bishop Cal
    10. Justin Warren Texas A&M

    CB
    1. Leon Hall Michigan
    2. Josh Wilson Maryland
    3. Darrelle Revis Pittsburgh *
    4. Daymeion Hughes Cal
    5. Marcus McCauley Fresno State
    6. Fred Bennett USC
    7. Tanard Jackson Syracuse
    8. Aaron Ross Texas
    9. Chris Houston Arkansas *
    10. Eric Wright UNLV *
    11. Jonathan Wade Tennessee
    12. Kenny Scott Georgia Tech
    13. Travarous Bain Hampton
    14. Ramzee Robinson Alabama
    15. Tarrell Brown Texas

    S
    1. LaRon Landry LSU
    2. Reggie Nelson Florida *
    3. Michael Griffin Texas
    4. Brandon Meriweather Miami
    5. Eric Weddle Utah
    6. Aaron Rouse Virginia Tech (LB)
    7. John Wendling Wyoming
    8. Sabby Piscitelli Oregon State
    9. Will Herring S Auburn (LB)
    10. Wesley Smith Memphis

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  2. dbspi

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    Excellent ranking, really I can't complain about any of them except for Darrelle Revis who I think should be higher then third.
     
  3. NederlandTexan

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    Yea that is a nice ranking, agree with you on Revis. The great thing about where we pick, there is a potential stud at nine positions. QB, RB, WR, OT, DE, DT, ILB, CB, and S. We should be able to draft an impact player.
     
  4. Texian

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    My only discrepancy is Darius Walker not listed as a RB.
     
  5. YoungTexanFan

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    How is Gaither not a top 10 OT?
     
  6. Football Time In Hou.

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    I would love to pick up Colt Brennan in the second.
     
  7. threetoedpete

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    Told ya.
     
  8. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    I think Gary Russell is gonna suprise some people. It depends on how well he stayed in shape. If the Texans dont pick AP in the first round, then he is my choice in the 3rd, if late in the second. 1,130 yards on 186 carries (6.1 avg) and 18 rush TD's (school record). 16 receptions for 168 yards (10.5 avg) and 1TD.
     


  9. adrianshrev

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    i just don't understand how germaine race/rb with over 5000 yards in his career isn't in here...marques murrell/lb for appalachan state not in here didn't include any or very few small school players....just asking for someone else to evaluate what happened...also wr from washington state is not listed here i think he was injured during the season but didn't play in the bowl game like ie michael bush....just asking i am pretty dumb in these matters:stirpot:
     
  10. MorKnolle

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    NFLDraftCountdown.com still doesn't even have him listed on their OT list, FWIW. I generally agree with a lot of his evaluations/rankings, although we do have our differences in opinions.
     
  11. dbspi

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    We will always have difference of opinion but over all this list is not bad. There are few players who should have been mentioned or ranked slightly higher but over all it is a good list.
     

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