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    Help me, TOP 5s for 2010

    So I'd really like to follow and watch some talent during, rather than mostly post-season. Wondering if some of the resident NCAA gurus can help me fill a list to track throughout the year..

    cheers


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    Draft eligible or...?

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    sure, whom ever. I know its hard to predict what the Juniors will do, but lets just go with top performers. I imagine if they live up to top 5 hype, they'll declare. sophomores... well if you feel they're that big a deal, sure.

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    Just my opinion...........things are fluid and it's early!!

    I didn't rank Centers....combined some centers that can play OG.

    QB

    Andrew Luck, Stanford
    Jake Locker, Washington
    Ryan Mallett, Arkansas
    Christain Ponder, Florida State
    Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M



    RB (Strong Class..especially smaller backs)

    Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech
    Mark Ingram, Alabama
    Evan Royster, Penn State
    Dion Lewis, Pitt
    Daniel Thomas, Kansas State



    WR (Best Group in Years)

    AJ Green, Georgia
    Julio Jones, Bama
    Michael Floyd, Notre Dame
    Jonathan Baldwin, Pitt
    Austin Pettis, Boise State



    OT (Solid OT Class)

    Gabe Camini, Wisconsin
    Joseph Barksdale, LSU
    Anthony Costanzo, Boston College
    Nate Solder, Colorado
    Lee Zimba, Auburn


    OG (Good at the Top, than a major drop)

    Mike Pouncey (C/OG), Florida
    Rodney Hudson, Florida State
    Stefan Wisniewski (C/OG), Penn State
    Justin Boren, Ohio State
    Andrew Jackson, Fresno State



    TE

    Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame
    Wesley Saunders, South Carolina
    Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin
    Jeff Andrews, UAB
    DJ Williams, Arkansas


    Many defensive players are interchangable along the D-Line and 3-4. Dareus, Crick, Clayborn, Ayers, Crawford....and many others could play multiple positions. Some may disagree, I only listed a player once at the position I felt they were best suited.



    CB

    Patrick Peterson, LSU
    Ras I Dowling, Virginia
    Aaron Williams, Texas
    Prince Amukamara, Nebraska
    Kendrick Burney, North Carolina

    Honorable mention...Curtis Brown, Texas..Brandon Harris, Miami

    S

    DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson
    Deunta Williams, North Carolina
    Rahim Moore, UCLA
    Mark Barron, Bama
    Chris Culliver, South Carolina (Versatile to play safety)


    * Honorable mention: Tyler Sash, Iowa..Mark LeGree, App St....Shiloh Keo, Idaho


    3-4 OLB

    Von Miller, Texas A&M
    Akeem Ayers, UCLA
    Adrian Robinson, Temple
    Jack Crawford, PSU
    Bruce Miller, UCF

    Honorable mention...Dontay Moch, Nevada


    ILB

    Greg Jones, Michigan St
    Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina
    Donta' Hightower, Bama
    Josh Bynes, Auburn
    Chris Gallippo, USC

    Honorable mention.........Mike Mohamed, California..Casey Matthews, Oregon


    4-3 OLB

    Bruce Carter, North Carolina
    Travis Lewis, Oklahoma
    Mike Morgan, USC
    Mark Herzlich, BC
    Lawrence Wilson, UConn

    Honorable mention...Colin McCarthy, Miami



    3-4 DE

    Cameron Heyward, OSU
    Allen Bailey, Miami
    Jared Crick, Nebraska
    Derek Wolfe, Cincy
    Cameron Jordan , Cal


    4-3 DE

    Robert Quinn, North Carolina (My Best Defensive player)
    Greg Romeus, Pitt
    Adrian Clayborn, Iowa
    DaQuan Bowers, Clemson
    Sam Acho, Texas A&M

    Honorable mention......Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma.. Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue


    DT/NT

    Marcell Dareus, Bama
    Jurrell Casey, USC
    Marvin Austin, North Carolina
    Jerrell Powe, Ole Miss
    Stephen Paea, Oregon St
    Last edited by WW85; 08-15-2010 at 09:28 PM.

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    QB

    1-Andrew Luck, Stanford
    2-Christian Ponder, FSU
    3-Jake Locker, Washington
    4-Ryan Mallett, Arkansas
    5-John Brantley, UF
    6-Blaine Gabbert, Missouri

    RB

    1-Mark Ingram, Alabama
    2-Trent Richardson, Alabama
    3-Ryan Williams, VT
    4-DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma
    5-Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh
    6-Evan Royster, Penn State
    7-Noel Devine, West Virginia
    8-Graig Cooper, Miami
    9-Emmanuel Moody, UF (SLEEPER)
    10-Mario Fannin, Auburn (SLEEPER)
    11-Jock Saunders, West Virginia(SLEEPER)

    FB

    1-Stanley Havili, USC

    WR

    1-A.J. Green, Georgia
    2-Julio Jones, Alabama
    3-Michael Floyd, Notre Dame
    4-Jonathan Baldwin, Pittsburgh
    5-Ashlon Jeffrey, South Carolina
    6-Terrance Tolliver, LSU
    7-Ronald Johnson, USC

    TE

    1-Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame
    2-Weslye Saunders, South Carolina
    3-D.J. Williams, Arkansas
    4-Luke Stocker, Tennessee

    LT

    1-Anthony Costanzo, BC
    2-Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin
    3-Note Potter, Boise State
    4-Nate Solder, Colorado
    5-Jason Pinkston, Pittsburgh

    OG

    1-Rodney Hudson, FSU
    2-Carl Johnson, UF
    3-Clint Boling, UGA
    4-Orlando Franklin, Miami

    C

    1-Mike Pouncey, UF
    2-Stephen Wisniewski, Penn State
    3-Justin Boren, Ohio State
    4-Ryan Pugh, Auburn
    5-Kris O'Dowd

    DE

    1-Robert Quinn, UNC
    2-Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson
    3-Cameron Heyward, Ohio State
    4-Adrian Clayborn, Iowa
    5-Greg Romeus/Jabaal Sheard, Pittsburgh
    6-Cameron Jordan, Cal
    7-Pernell McPhee, Miss. State

    DT

    1-Marcell Dareus, Alabama
    2-Stephen Paea, Oregon State
    3-Allen Bailey, Miami
    4-Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson
    5-Marvin Austin, UNC
    6-Jared Crick, Nebraska
    7-Jaye Howard, UF
    8-Jurrell Casey, USC
    9-Jerrell Powe, Ole Miss

    LB

    1-Bruce Carter, UNC
    2-Mark Hezrlich, BC
    3-Dont'a Hightower, Alabama
    4-Akeem Akers, UCLA
    5-Greg Jones, Michigan State
    6-Chris Gallippo, USC
    7-Greg Jones, Michigan State
    8-Travis Lewis, Oklahoma
    9-Josh Byrnes, Auburn

    3-4 OLB

    1-Von Miller, Texas A&M
    2-Justin Houston, UGA
    3-Nick Perry, USC


    CB

    1-Patrick Peterson, LSU
    2-Prince Amukamara, Nebraska
    3-Ras-I Dowling, Virginia
    4-Kendric Burney, UNC
    5-Charles Brown, UNC
    6-Aaron Williams, Texas
    7-Janoris Jenkins, UF
    8-Davon House, New Mexico State

    S

    1-DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson
    2-Mark Barron, Alabama
    3-Will Hill, Florida
    4-Robert Sands, West Virginia
    5-Deunte Williams, UNC
    6-Chris Culliver, South Carolina
    7-Ahmad Black, UF


    KR

    1-Devine
    2-Devine
    3-Devine
    4-Devine
    5-Devine


    There's a rough outline mostly off the top of my head- they're not ranked or anything but it should be a good starting point.

    Basically make sure you watch a lot Alabama, UNC, Clemson, UF, and Pittsburgh...

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    First of all, thanks to the both of you for your Lists, killer stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by WW85 View Post
    TE

    Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame
    Wesley Saunders, South Carolina
    Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin
    Jeff Andrews, UAB
    DJ Williams, Arkansas
    what do you know about these guys? Are they all H-back types? any complete TEs amongst this list?

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    its very tough to rank these guys without actually seeing them play

    but Anthony Costanzo seems very overrated at this point.

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    RB Derrick Locke, Kentucky
    RB Jock Saunders, West Virginia
    S Robert Sands, West Virginia
    TE Weslye Saunders, South Carolina
    OT Nate Potter, Boise State
    RB Mario Fannin, Auburn
    WR Marquise Maze, Alabama
    OL Ryan Pugh, Auburn
    DL Pernell McPhee, Miss. State
    DE Kentrell Lockett, Ole Miss
    DT Jaye Howard, Florida
    DL Cameron Jordan, Cal
    CB Davon House, New Mexico State

    Early underrate list

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    Quote Originally Posted by gangGREENinsider View Post
    RB Derrick Locke, Kentucky
    RB Jock Saunders, West Virginia
    S Robert Sands, West Virginia
    TE Weslye Saunders, South Carolina
    OT Nate Potter, Boise State
    RB Mario Fannin, Auburn
    WR Marquise Maze, Alabama
    OL Ryan Pugh, Auburn
    DL Pernell McPhee, Miss. State
    DE Kentrell Lockett, Ole Miss
    DT Jaye Howard, Florida
    DL Cameron Jordan, Cal
    CB Davon House, New Mexico State

    Early underrate list
    no marcus gilbert?? disappointing...very disappointing...

    Quote Originally Posted by Green Jets & Ham View Post
    I like to watch the college season unfold before I start ranking players, but that was an awesome job WW85 & GGI
    the thing is ham, and this is in no way directed at you so please don't take it that way, there's two to three years of film already on these guys hence any legit draft analyst/etc should be able to give legitimate opinions players before the season begins...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Come Back to NY View Post
    no marcus gilbert?? disappointing...very disappointing...
    I compared him to Max Starks in the other thread!

    I honestly think most of UF's players are underrated this year outside of Hill, who's overrated. There's no big time draft prospects(besides Brantley, but I doubt he comes out)but there are bunch of guys I like in the middle rounds.

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    Damn, just read the UF report at your site. Gilbert a fringe 1st Rounder? Color me surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gangGREENinsider View Post
    I compared him to Max Starks in the other thread!

    I honestly think most of UF's players are underrated this year outside of Hill, who's overrated. There's no big time draft prospects(besides Brantley, but I doubt he comes out)but there are bunch of guys I like in the middle rounds.
    Gilbert is much more athletic and moves much better on his feet compared to Starks....really shows the ability to get out on the second level and has zone blocking potential...

    the real "sleeper" at offensive tackle is Jake Olson/CMU....only a third year sophomore but looks like a better player than joe staley at this point- which may not be saying much as i always thought staley was overrated...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gangGREENinsider View Post
    I compared him to Max Starks in the other thread!

    I honestly think most of UF's players are underrated this year outside of Hill, who's overrated. There's no big time draft prospects(besides Brantley, but I doubt he comes out)but there are bunch of guys I like in the middle rounds.
    No love for the St. Peter's prep alum!

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    I would love to walk away with Bailey, Dareus, or Powe.

    This team absolutely has to bolster the DL next year.

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    WR Jeff Fuller at TAMU

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    Quote Originally Posted by gangGREENinsider View Post
    WR Jeff Fuller at TAMU
    great size but hands of stone....

    want a really good sleeper for the Jets?? Christian Ballard/DL/Iowa....would take him over hayward in a second...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Come Back to NY View Post
    great size but hands of stone....

    want a really good sleeper for the Jets?? Christian Ballard/DL/Iowa....would take him over hayward in a second...
    I've seen worse in Julio Jones- if not hands then more so concentration...

    Not like anyone on the Landing Strip is going to want an OSU DL after Gholston...

    I'm starting to like some of the possibilities at 3-4 DE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gangGREENinsider View Post
    I've seen worse in Julio Jones- if not hands then more so concentration...

    Not like anyone on the Landing Strip is going to want an OSU DL after Gholston...

    I'm starting to like some of the possibilities at 3-4 DE.
    ballard's from iowa...he's a DT but has the size and athletic skill to be a two gap end....

    agree on jones- crazy overrated and plays soft for a big WR....
    Last edited by Come Back to NY; 08-27-2010 at 02:14 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Come Back to NY View Post
    ballard's from iowa...he's a DT but has the size and athletic skill to be a two gap end....

    agree on jones- crazy overrated and plays soft for a big WR....
    I know, was talking about Heyward. Lading Strip guys will take anyone over an Ohio State DL...

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    Chris Culliver is playing CB this season....He could be really good here IMO

    And no love for South Carolina DE Cliff Mathews? Had 7 sacks last season, and is 1st team preseason All-SEC heading into this year....good size at 6'4 275 and a non stop motor

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajnVMrltDc4

    Everyone watch the Gamecocks on ESPN this Thursday night to open the season, I'll be there
    Last edited by King Koopa; 08-31-2010 at 02:47 PM.

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