1. Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech 2. Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma 3. Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame 4. JaMarcus Russell QB LSU 5. Gaines Adams DE Clemson 6. Levi Brown OT Penn State 7. Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin 8. LaRon Landry S LSU 9. Amboi Okoye DT Louisville 10. Darrelle Revis CB Pitt 11. Patrick Willis ILB Mississippi 12. Alan Branch DT Michigan 13. Leon Hall CB Michigan 14. Marshawn Lynch RB California 15. Jon Benson OLB Miami 16. Aaron Ross CB/KR Texas 17. Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas 18. Adam Carriker DE Nebraska 19. Robert Meachem WR Tennessee 20. Lawrence Timmons OLB Florida State 21. Dwayne Bowe WR LSU 22. Reggie Nelson FS Florida 23. Ted Ginn, Jr. WR/KR Ohio State 24. Greg Olsen TE Miami 25. Michael Griffin SS Texas 26. Paul Poluszny OLB Penn State 27. Ryan Kalil OC Southern California 28. Brandon Meriweather S Miami 29. Ben Grubbs OG Auburn 30. Justin Harrell DT Tennessee 31. Jarvis Moss DE Florida 32. Anthony Spencer DE/OLB Purdue 33. Joe Staley OT Central Michigan 34. Anthony Gonzales WR Ohio State 35. Eric Wright CB UNLV 36. David Harris ILB Michigan 37. Zach Miller TE Arizona State 38. Aaron Sears OG Tennessee 39. Sidney Rice WR South Carolina 40. Tanard Jackson FS Syracuse 41. Justin Blaylock OG Texas 42. Dwayne Jarrett WR Southern California 43. Tony Ugoh OT Arkansas 44. Trent Edwards QB Stanford 45. Victor Abiamiri DE Notre Dame 46. Ryan Harris OT Notre Dame 47. Claude Turk McBride DT Tennessee 48. Chris Houston CB Arkansas 49. Justin Durant ILB Hampton 50. Brian Leonard RB/FB Rutgers Notes: Why Levi Brown ranks above Joe Thomas? It comes down to floor and ceiling. Joe Thomas floor is Robert Gallery, an ineffective RT who needs help most of the time his ceiling is becoming a good but no elite LT. Levi Browns floor on the other hand is as a dominate mauling RT, while is ceiling is a Pro Bowl caliber LT, ala Jamaal Brown. Thomas will always be hampered by his shortish arms and while he may be able to overcome his lack of a great base itll take a while; while Browns faults all appear to be technique based which means a good coach can correct them. Why Brady Quinn ranks above JaMarcus Russell? Same as above, its a floor and ceiling issue. Russells ceiling is as high as anybodys in this draft, and his floor might be just as low as his ceiling is high. Showing up to the combine looking doughy to the combine shows a poor attitude or a whole lot of immaturity. Quinns floor is probably as an effective, not great NFL QB; his ceiling maybe as a playoff winning QB (which is nowhere as good as Russells ceiling). Chris Houston: I think hes an Ahamad Carroll clone, somebody whose physical game will lead to a bunch of penalties or a bunch of toast sessions as a pro. Yes he shut down quite a few good receivers, except for Sidney Rice; but the illegal contact 5 yards from the line of scrimmage penalty could be renamed the Chris Houston penalty. Sidney Rice: I will be cautious of any Steve Spurierr produced wide receiver till they start to succeed at the next level. This is my first crack at a top 50, so I'll take comments of any kind.