Mayocks Position Rankings

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  1. stingray

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    He has Earl Thomas at #1 over Eric Berry.

    Offense
    Quarterbacks
    Rk Player School
    1 Sam Bradford* Oklahoma
    2 Jimmy Clausen* Notre Dame
    3 Colt McCoy Texas
    4 Tim Tebow Florida
    5t Dan LeFevour Central Michigan
    5t Tony Pike Cincinnati

    Running backs
    Rk Player School
    1 C.J. Spiller Clemson
    2 Ryan Mathews* Fresno State
    3 Jahvid Best* California
    4 Jonathan Dwyer Georgia Tech
    5t Joe McKnight* Southern California
    5t Dexter McCluster Mississippi

    Wide receivers
    Rk Player School
    1 Dez Bryant* Oklahoma State
    2 Arrelious Benn* Illinois
    3 Demaryius Thomas* Georgia Tech
    4 Golden Tate Notre Dame
    5 Brandon LaFell LSU

    Tight ends
    Rk Player School
    1 Jermaine Gresham* Oklahoma
    2 Rob Gronkowski* Arizona
    3 Dorin Dickerson Pittsburgh
    4 Dennis Pitta BYU
    5t Ed Dickson Oregon
    5t Aaron Hernandez* Florida

    Interior linemen (guards, centers)
    Rk Player School
    1 Mike Iupati Idaho
    2 Maurkice Pouncey* Florida
    3 Jon Asamoah Illinois
    4 Rodger Saffold Indiana
    5 Mike Johnson Alabama

    Offensive tackles
    Rk Player School
    1 Russell Okung Oklahoma State
    2 Bryan Bulaga* Iowa
    3 Anthony Davis* Rutgers
    4 Trent Williams Oklahoma
    5t Vladimir Ducasse Massachusetts
    5t Bruce Campbell* Maryland
    5t Charles Brown Souther California

    Defense

    Defensive ends
    Rk Player School
    1 Jason Pierre-Paul* South Florida
    2 Derrick Morgan* Georgia Tech
    3 Brandon Graham* Michigan
    4 Carlos Dunlap* Southern California
    5 Everson Griffen Southern California

    Defensive tackles
    Rk Player School
    1 Gerald McCoy* Oklahoma
    2 Ndamukong Suh Nebraska
    3 Dan Williams Tennessee
    4 Jared Odrick Penn State
    5 Brian Price UCLA

    Inside linebackers
    Rk Player School
    1 Rolando McClain* Alabama
    2 Brandon Spikes Florida
    3 Sean Lee Penn State
    4 Donald Butler Washington
    5 Pat Angerer Iowa

    Outside linebackers
    Rk Player School
    1 Sergio Kindle Texas
    2 Sean Weatherspoon Missouri
    3 Daryl Washington TCU
    4 Jerry Hughes TCU
    5 Navorro Bowman Penn State

    Cornerbacks
    Rk Player School
    1 Joe Haden* Florida
    2 Kyle Wilson Boise State
    3 Devin McCourty Rutgers
    4 Patrick Robinson Florida State
    5 Jerome Murphy Southern Florida

    Safeties
    Rk Player School
    1 Earl Thomas* Texas
    2 Eric Berry* Tennessee
    3 Taylor Mays Southern California
    4 Chad Jones* LSU
    5 Nate Allen Southern Florida


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  2. IDEXAN

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    And McCoy over Suh.
     
  3. El Tejano

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    No Jordan Shipley. I'm sorry, but this list is crap. It became crap when he put McCoy over Suh. And the flies that verify it as crap is not putting Jordan Shipley in the top 5 receivers listed.

    After looking at Shipley's body of work, over a 4 year history, how can you not put him in the class of top 5.
     
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    For one, Shipley is not going to be a #1 WR. And he is hardly crazy - Draft Countdown has Shipley at #11, NFLDraftScount has him at #8, Scout.com has him at #15. Probably be more hard pressed to find someone who has him as a top 5 WR.
     
  5. El Tejano

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    I guess you are right about that but the same can be said about Golden Tate and Brandon Lafell.
    I guess I'm looking at this from a productivity standpoint with how much he contributes outside of the WR spot. He provides alot of depth.
     
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    Hey, thanks for posting the whole list. I was getting tired of having to go find it when I got stumped. Yes, I'm lazy like that.
     
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    McCoy was ranked ahead of Suh for most of the year until Suh dominated the Big Ten game. Also, Suh, if I am not mistaken, blew out his knee his freshman year and got a medical redshirt. He also had another knee surgery last spring. And McCoy has been pretty injury free.
     
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    I too don't like to look for all these links, I look for the easy ones also.
     


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    Because the 5 guys he has on his list are better than Shipley, that is why Shipley is not on the list.

    The list I follow have Shipley closer to #10, he is being looked on as a slot only guy. Too small at 190lb to be an outside guy.
     
  10. Corrosion

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    Shipley doesnt get a lot of run due to the fact that he spent 6 seasons with UT - One redshirt and one medical redshirt. I suppose they think a younger person has more upside than one two years older.

    I dont think he's a #1 reciever but I think he could be a hell of a slot reciever for the right team. Probably will be picked around the 3rd or 4th rounds.
     
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    I believe he has also torn each ACL. I think a spread team like DEN, IND, or KC will take him around the third round and he will end up being a steal.
     
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    I think he's be fantastic in a Texans uniform .... He's one of the best route runners Ive seen in college football in a long while. Maybe thats just the UT homer talking .... But yes , he'll be a steal for that late of pick compared to the production he's capable of.
     

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