These are starting to look more and more like the top 10 players x-QB Matt Stafford, Georgia: Junior has All-Pro arm and has improved each season in tough SEC. x-QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma: Accuracy, efficiency off the charts, but how much of it is the system? x-OT Andre Smith, Alabama: Monster left tackle (6-4, 330) won Outland Trophy x-OT Michael Oher, Mississippi: Physical specimen can dominate, but inconsistency raises questions. LB Aaron Curry, Wake Forest: Butkus Award winner rising quickly on draft boards x-WR Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech: Redshirt sophomore was nation's No. 1 receiver - again. DE Brian Orakpo, Texas: Pass-rushing ace won Nagurski Award but could play LB in NFL. CB Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State: Four-year starter excels in coverage but can tackle, too. LB Rey Maualuga, USC: Packs punch with size and speed but slowed by injuries in '08. x-RB Chris Wells, Ohio State: Big, powerful back has his detractors but hard to overlook. x-Draft-eligible underclassman who has yet to declare. I figure we will be picking 11 or 12. That leaves us with the possibility that all 3 of these guys could be available when we pick. Terrence Cody*, Alabama Height: 6-5. Weight: 365. Projected 40 Time: 5.50. B.J. Raji, Boston College Height: 6-1. Weight: 325. Projected 40 Time: 5.12. Eugene Monroe, Virginia Height: 6-6. Weight: 315. Projected 40 Time: 5.19. I dont see anyone (IMO) that could be rated higher than these 3. So who do you pick and why? Or do you see someone left that is rated higher IYO?