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Kiper: Top 5 seniors by position **Updated: Jan. 11**

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  1. Cbz40

    Cbz40 The Grand Poobah

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    Top 5 seniors by position
    By Mel Kiper Jr.
    ESPN.com
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    Quarterbacks
    1. Brady Quinn, Notre Dame
    2. *JaMarcus Russell, LSU
    3. Drew Stanton, Michigan State
    4. Trent Edwards, Stanford
    5. Troy Smith, Ohio State


    5a. Matt Moore, Oregon State


    5b. Kevin Kolb, Houston


    Running Backs
    1. *Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma
    2. *Marshawn Lynch, California
    3. Michael Bush, Louisville
    4. Kenny Irons, Auburn
    5. Tony Hunt, Penn State
    5a. Selvin Young, Texas
    5b. Lorenzo Booker, Florida State
    5c. Kolby Smith, Louisville


    Fullbacks
    1. Brian Leonard, Rutgers
    2. LeRon McClain, Alabama
    3. Stan White Jr., Ohio State
    4. Jason Snelling, Virginia
    5. Bryson Davis, Mississippi State
    5a. Deon Anderson, Connecticut


    Wide Receivers
    1. *Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech
    2. Jeff Samardzija, Notre Dame
    3. *Dwayne Jarrett, USC
    4. *Robert Meachem, Tennessee
    5. *Sidney Rice, South Carolina*
    5a. Dwayne Bowe, LSU
    5b. Craig Davis, LSU



    Tight Ends
    1. *Greg Olsen, Miami
    2. *Zach Miller, Arizona State
    3. Scott Chandler, Iowa
    4. Matt Spaeth, Minnesota
    5. Joe Newton, Oregon State
    5a. Clark Harris, Rutgers
    5b. Ben Patrick, Delaware


    Offensive Tackles
    1. Joe Thomas, Wisconsin
    2. Levi Brown, Penn State
    3. Tony Ugoh, Arkansas
    4. Marshal Yanda, Iowa
    5. Joe Staley, Central Michigan
    5a. James Marten, Boston College
    5b. Chase Johnson, Wyoming
    5c. Ryan Harris, Notre Dame


    Offensive Guards
    1. Ben Grubbs, Auburn
    2. Josh Beekman, Boston College
    3. Justin Blalock, Texas
    4. Arron Sears, Tennessee
    5. Andy Alleman, Akron
    5a. Tim Duckworth, Auburn 5b. Dan Santucci, Notre Dame



    Centers
    1. Ryan Kalil, USC
    2. Samson Satele, Hawaii
    3. Kyle Young, Fresno State
    4. Uche Nwaneri, Purdue
    5. Enoka Lucas, Oregon
    6. Leroy Harris, NC State
    7. Darnell Stapleton, Rutgers



    Defensive Ends
    1. *Jamaal Anderson, Arkansas
    2. Gaines Adams, Clemson
    3. *Charles Johnson, Georgia
    4. Adam Carriker, Nebraska
    5. Quentin Moses, Georgia
    5a. Tim Crowder, Texas
    5b. Anthony Spencer, Purdue
    5c. Ikaika Alama-Francis, Hawaii



    Defensive Tackles
    1. *Alan Branch, Michigan
    2. Amobi Okoye, Louisville
    3. Tank Tyler, NC State
    4. Quinn Pitcock, Ohio State
    5. Turk McBride, Tennessee
    5a. Ryan McBean, Oklahoma State
    5b. Ola Dagunduro, Nebraska
    5c. Justin Harrell, Tennessee


    Inside Linebackers
    1. Patrick Willis, Mississippi
    2. Buster Davis, Florida State
    3. David Harris, Michigan
    4. Zach Diles, Kansas State
    5. *Rory Johnson, Mississippi
    5a. Zak DeOssie, Brown




    Outside Linebackers
    1. Lawrence Timmons, Florida St.
    2. Paul Posluszny, Penn State
    3. Michael Okwo, Stanford
    4. Earl Everett, Florida
    5. Stewart Bradley, Nebraska



    Cornerbacks
    1. Leon Hall, Michigan
    2. Daymeion Hughes, California
    3. Marcus McCauley, Fresno State
    4. *Darrelle Revis, Pittsburgh
    5. *Eric Wright, UNLV
    5a. Aaron Ross, Texas
    5b. Tanard Jackson, Syracuse



    Safeties
    1. LaRon Landry, LSU
    2. Michael Griffin, Texas
    3. Eric Weddle, Utah
    4. *Tom Zbikowski, Notre Dame
    5. Michael Johnson, Arizona
    5a. John Wendling, Wyoming
    5b. Aaron Rouse, Virginia Tech


    Place-Kickers
    1. Mason Crosby, Colorado
    2. Justin Medlock, UCLA
    3. Nick Folk, Arizona
    4. Andrew Wellock, Eastern Michigan
    5. Brian Wingert, Northern Iowa




    Punters
    1. Adam Podlesh, Maryland
    2. Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor
    3. Kody Bliss, Auburn
    4. Adam Graessle, Pittsburgh
    5. David Simonhoff, Southeast Missouri State


    Top 5 Juniors By Position
    Asterisk denotes third-year sophomores eligible for the draft.


    Quarterbacks


    1. Brian Brohm, Louisville
    2. Chad Henne, Michigan
    3. John David Booty, USC
    4. Matt Ryan, Boston College
    5a. Colt Brennan, Hawaii
    5b. Erik Ainge, Tennessee
    5c. Anthony Morelli, Penn St.


    Running Backs


    1. Brandon Jackson, Nebraska
    2. Antonio Pittman, Ohio State
    3. *Andre Brown, NC State*
    4. Dwayne Wright, Fresno State
    5. Ryan Torain, Arizona
    5a. Mike Hart, Michigan
    5b. Allen Patrick, Oklahoma


    Fullbacks
    1. Peyton Hillis, Arkansas
    2. Owen Schmitt, West Virginia
    3. Michael Pitre, UCLA
    4. Jacob Hester, LSU
    5. Doug Jones, Cincinnati
    5a. Mike Cox, Georgia Tech


    Wide Receivers


    1. Ted Ginn Jr., Ohio State
    2. Early Doucet, LSU
    3. Anthony Gonzalez, Ohio State
    4. Limas Sweed, Texas
    5. Andre Caldwell, Florida
    5a. DJ Hall, Alabama


    Tight Ends
    1. John Carlson, Notre Dame
    2. Martin Rucker, Missouri
    3. Fred Davis, USC
    4. Kory Sperry, Colorado State
    5. Jacob Tamme, Kentucky


    Offensive Tackles
    1. Jake Long, Michigan
    2. Sam Baker, USC
    3. Kirk Barton, Ohio State
    4. *Ryan Clady, Boise State
    5. Barry Richardson, Clemson
    5a. Pedro Sosa, Rutgers
    5b. *Jared Gaither, Maryland
    5c. John Greco, Toledo
    5c. Chris Williams, Vanderbilt


    Offensive Guards
    1. Will Arnold, LSU
    2. Shannon Tevaga, UCLA
    3. Brandon Rodd, Arizona State
    4. Jordan Grimes, Purdue
    5. Andrew Crummey, Maryland


    Centers
    1. John Sullivan, Notre Dame
    2. Tony Brinkhaus, Minnesota
    3. Doug Legursky, Marshall
    4. Adam Spieker, Missouri
    5. Robbie Krutilla, Western Michigan



    Defensive Ends
    1. Lawrence Jackson, USC
    2. Jarvis Moss, Florida
    3. Chris Long, Virginia
    4. Bruce Davis, UCLA
    5. Quentin Groves, Auburn


    Defensive Tackles
    1. Glenn Dorsey, LSU
    2. Frank Okam, Texas
    3. Sedrick Ellis, USC
    4. Andre Fluellen, Florida State
    5. DeMario Pressley, NC State



    Inside Linebackers
    1. Jonathan Goff, Vanderbilt
    2. Jasper Brinkley, South Carolina
    3. Vince Hall, Virginia Tech
    4. Brandon Siler, Florida
    5. Nelson Coleman, Tulsa
    5a. J Leman, Illinois


    Outside Linebackers
    1. Dan Connor, Penn State
    2. Keith Rivers, USC
    3. Ali Highsmith, LSU
    4. Shawn Crable, Michigan
    5. Robert Killebrew, Texas


    Cornerbacks
    1. Zack Bowman, Nebraska
    2. Dwight Lowery, San Jose State
    3. Antoine Cason, Arizona
    4. Terrell Thomas, USC
    5. DeJuan Tribble, Boston College


    Safeties
    1. Reggie Nelson, Florida
    2. Darien Williams, Oklahoma
    3. Jamar Adams, Michigan
    4. Dennis Keyes, UCLA
    5. Josh Barrett, Arizona State
    5a. Thomas DeCoud, California


    Place-Kickers
    1. Brandon Coutu, Georgia
    2. Sergio Aguayo, UNLV
    3. Chris Nendick, Northern Illinois
    4. Alexis Serna, Oregon State
    5. Jeremy Ito, Rutgers


    Punters
    1. Geoff Price, Notre Dame
    2. Ken DeBauche, Wisconsin
    3. Andrew Larson, California
    4. Jimmie Kaylor, Colorado State
    5. Kyle Tucker, Kansas
  2. ThreeSportStar80

    ThreeSportStar80 Benched

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    I think the Cowboys should draft Lezono Booker from FSU, he's a poor man's Reggie Bush in my opinion, he can be quite electric in the open field.
  3. IndianaCowboyFan

    IndianaCowboyFan The Bullet

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    This guy is an idiot Uche is and always has been a guard.


    Centers
    1. Ryan Kalil, USC
    2. Samson Satele, Hawaii
    3. Kyle Young, Fresno State
    4. Uche Nwaneri, Purdue
    5. Enoka Lucas, Oregon
    6. Leroy Harris, NC State
    7. Darnell Stapleton, Rutgers

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