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  1. TexansSeminole

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    Here is my top 64:

    1. LB Aaron Curry, Wake Forest
    2. LT Jason Smith, Baylor
    3. WR Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech
    4. LT Eugene Monroe, Virginia
    5. LT Michael Oher, Ole Miss
    6. RB Knowshown Moreno, Georgia
    7. DE Brian Orakpo, Texas
    8. DT B.J. Raji, Boston College
    9. QB Matthew Stafford, Georgia
    10. DE Everette Brown, Florida State
    11. MLB Rey Maualuga, USC
    12. DT Peria Jerry, Ole Miss
    13. OL Andre Smith, Alabama
    14. WR Jeremy Maclin, Missouri
    15. TE Brandon Pettigrew, Oklahoma State
    16. CB Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State
    17. RB Chris Wells, Ohio State
    18. CB Vontae Davis, Illinois
    19. DE Tyson Jackson, LSU
    20. WR Hakeem Nicks, North Carolina
    21. QB Mark Sanchez, USC
    22. CB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest
    23. WR Darius Hayward-Bey, Maryland
    24. DE Aaron Maybin, Penn State
    25. MLB James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
    26. OLB Clint Sintim, Virginia
    27. DE Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech
    28. OL Max Unger, Oregon
    29. RB Donald Brown, UConn
    30. WR Percy Harvin, Florida
    31. RB LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh
    32. OC Alex Mack, California
    33. OLB Brian Cushing, USC
    34. CB D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt
    35. SS Patrick Chung, Oregon
    36. OG Duke Robinson, Oklahoma
    37. OLB Clay Mathews Jr., USC
    38. CB Darius Butler, UConn
    39. DE Robert Ayers, Tennessee
    40. OL Even Britton, Arizona
    41. TE Jared Cook, South Carolina
    42. DE Larry English, Northern Illinois
    43. LT William Beatty, UConn
    44. DT Evander Hood, Missouri
    45. MLB Darry Beckwith, LSU
    46. RB Shonn Greene, Iowa
    47. WR Kenny Britt, Rutgers
    48. OL Eric Wood, Louisville
    49. RB Rashad Jennings, Liberty
    50. OT Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma
    51. WR Juaquin Iglesias, Oklahoma
    52. DE Conner Brown, Cincinnati
    53. FS Louis Delmas, Western Michigan
    54. TE James Casey, Rice
    55. MLB Jasper Brinkley, South Carolina
    56. OL Herman Johnson, LSU
    57. TE Shawn Nelson, Southern Mississippi
    58. WR Brian Robiskie, Ohio State
    59. DT Ron Brace, Boston College
    60. OL Antoine Caldwell, Alabama
    61. SS Michael Hamlin, Clemson
    62. OLB Marcus Freeman, Ohio State
    63. CB Victor Harris, Virginia Tech
    64. QB Nate Davis, Ball State
     
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    I know you like Moreno, but I just can't get behind that. He is a solid back, but I don't think there is any way he is that good. JMO.

    I think you have Malcolm Jenkins and D.J. Moore too low.

    I think Darry Beckwith and Shonn Greene are too high. Nate Davis may be a little high as well.

    Overall, it looks real good. Six complaints out of 64 ain't bad.
     
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    We got it you don't like Mathews. You believe, for what that is worth, his off season is inflated. So which is it ? Do you go off the guys game tape...or his numbers ? Both BTW are excellent.
     
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    I like Matthews, I just don't like him at #15. I have him at #37. 37th ranked player is good I thought. I go by both game tape and numbers

    Yea, I knew people would disagree with where I have Moreno, Jenkins, and Beckwith. I think Beckwith is just really solid, I would love to have him in the second if I needed a MLB.

    As you know, I really like Moreno. He is just so versatile, I feel he is very valuable.

    I have always rated Malcolm Jenkins lower than most people. Even during the season.

    I thought someone may mention where I have Maybin...@ 24. It may be a little low for some people's taste, but like I said about Matthews, I still think he is a good player.

    Anybody I have in my top 64 is good IMO.
     
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    Ok. I got it. Mathews not only fits in my mind.....but it allows you to use Adibi sparingly so you might get hm through a sixteen-twnety game schedule. If Diles goes down or is not ready you're still covered. Turns a weakness into a major strength with one pick.
     
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    I think Matthews fits really well here. He just doesn't fit where we pick IMO. If we can trade down I'm all for looking at guys like Matthews, Chung, Delmas, and Unger.
     

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