Top 10 Draft Prospects. (Incl. JR's)

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  1. Blake

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    1. Reggie Bush
    Class: JR
    Position: RB
    School: Southern Cal
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    2. Matt Leinart
    Class: SR
    Position: QB
    School: Southern Cal
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    3. A.J. Hawk
    Class: SR
    Position: OLB
    School: Ohio St.
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    4. D'Brickashaw Ferguson
    Class: SR
    Position: OT
    School: Virginia
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    5. Mario Williams
    Class: JR
    Position: DE
    School: North Carolina St.
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    6. Santonio Holmes
    Class: SR
    Position: WR
    School: Ohio St.
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    7. Michael Huff
    Class: SR
    Position: CB/S
    School: Texas
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    8. DeMeco Ryans
    Class: SR
    Position: OLB
    School: Alabama
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    9. DeAngelo Williams
    Class: SR
    Position: RB
    School: Memphis
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    10. Vince Young
    Class: JR
    Position: QB
    School: Texas
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  4. MorKnolle

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    Not sure where the order of these is coming from but ok. An interesting idea.
     
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    there is no way a WR rates as a top 10 prospect this year.

    huff is a toss up between the other two, but i like him at the top

    vince, right now, is not a top 10 NFL prospect. He will be next year, but not quite yet.

    Ryans will not grade out as the #2 LB. Yes, he has speed and smarts, but he is not the beast that other LB's are in this years class. I still like him as a pro prospect.


    Where is this list from anyways?
     
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    cough *Mathias Kiwanuka* cough
     
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    I was waiting for someone to chime in with Kiwi.


    Note: This is a personal top 10 prospect list.

    I think Mathias will go 11-20. He is pushed out by a slew of franchise players this year.

    Top 10 DE's form the last 5 years.

    10 Baltimore Terrell Suggs OLB Arizona State
    11 11 Dallas Ware, Demarcus DE 6-4 247 Troy State (ill give you 11)
    2 Carolina Julius Peppers DE North Carolina
    11 Indianapolis Dwight Freeney DE Syracuse (ill give you 11 again.)
    4 Cincinnati Justin Smith DE Missouri
    6 New England Richard Seymour DE Georgia
    7 San Francisco Andre Carter DE California
    10 Green Bay Jamal Reynolds DE Florida State

    very few DE's go top 10.

    Will Smith was picked #18 overall, and had a better NCAA career than MK.

    Again this is JMHO.
     
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    In a weak crop of Wr's, this one shines, and will go to the first team needing a WR.

    Philadelphia will have a top 10 pick.
     
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    I like Kiwanuka as well, but otherwise I like it.
     
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    Very few DEs are 6'7 and run 4.65 as well.
     
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    Heisman means nothing.
     
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    thank you. heisman is based on college preformance. he led his team to the rose bowl granted, but he is still not a top 10 nfl prospect.
     
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    Vince should be in the top 5 at least
     
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    Arizona, Baltimore, Detroit, Tennessee, New Orleans are all possibly looking for quarterbacks. I dont know how many of these teams are drafting 1-10 but if Vince comes out, there is no way he passes by all these teams without getting snatched.
     
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    the original post wasnt a draft order, it was a personal opinion on his top 10 pro prospects. If all teams were to draft by biggest need and take 4 qb's in the top 10, it would look like, in this order assuming all juniors declared: lienhart, quinn, cutler, young, jacobs
     
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    him going in the top top and being a top ten prospect are two different things. If those teams weren't looking for a qb who knows where he goes. i think he needs to go back and work on his motion, he could be a lot better qb with a better delivery. In the big 12 champ game i only saw him throw one really good pass and that was the td pass to thomas were he put it on the pylon and only his guy could get it. the rest of his passes were a little off target or were just lobs to a wr that is six inches taller than the db. the side arm action takes away from his accuracy and power plus can be deflected easily.

    how about courtney brown on your list of defensive ends?
     
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    Try doing that exercise for safeties.
     
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    11. Mathias Kiwanuka
     
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    How is that responsive?

    The answer is

    Sean Taylor #5
    Roy Williams #8

    Using the same logic, Huff shouldn't be in the top 10. I like Huff as a player, but he hasn't received near the hype of Taylor or Williams. Plus there is the salary consideration for safeties. I just don't see him being taken in the top 10. No biggie though.
     
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    :redtowel:
    It was more of a joke.


    You are right. Not alot of S go high either. I just view Huff, and Williams as freaks at their position. While Kiwi is a good player, I would like to see him bulk up before I feel like he could go against a nfl tackle, and win.

    I would put Kiwi in the top 12 though. Along with Jimmy Williams.
     

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