My entire Big Board: 1. Reggie Bush, USC (6-0, 200, Junior) | previous rank: same He will give the team that drafts him a multifaceted offensive attack. Bush will be dangerous from the backfield, as a slot receiver and in the return game. 2. Matt Leinart, QB, USC (6-4, 225) | previous rank: same His arm strength has improved since last season, and he threw the ball even better in 2005. Leinart might not have repeated as the Heisman Trophy winner, but he makes plays when he has to. He should remain near the very top of the draft board. 3. Mario Williams, DE, NC State (6-7, 285, Junior) | previous rank: 4 A dominant physical presence who had some great individual performances at the end of the season. Williams is a big, strong pro-type defensive end and has all the skills NFL coaches are looking for as an every-down player. 4. D'Brickashaw Ferguson, T, Virginia (6-5½, 295) | previous rank: 5 The top offensive lineman in this draft, Ferguson will be an ideal left tackle in the NFL. 5. Vince Young, QB, Texas (6-5, 233, Junior) | previous rank: 3 Young's stock has risen considerably since an amazing performance in the Rose Bowl. He's big, strong and exceptionally fast. The New Orleans Saints will have to consider taking him as the No. 2 pick in the draft. 6. Michael Huff, DB, Texas (6-1, 205) | previous rank: 7 Athletic and instinctive, he has shown the versatility to play cornerback or safety at the next level. 7. A.J. Hawk, LB, Ohio State (6-1½, 242) | previous rank: 6 The top defensive player in the senior class. An instinctive player and a sure tackler, he knows which angles to take to the ball and finds his way through traffic very well. Hawk should be able to help out a team right away. 8. Vernon Davis, TE, Maryland (6-3, 250, Junior) | previous rank: 9 Physically gifted athlete who plays the tight end like a wide receiver. Davis is a phenomenal pass catcher and is a better prospect than when Kellen Winslow came out of Miami. 9. DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis (5-9, 215) | previous rank: 8 An exceptional running back, especially since he did not play behind one of the best offensive lines. Could very well be a top-10 pick for a team that needs a running back who can do it all. 10. Haloti Ngata, DT, Oregon (6-5, 338, Junior) | previous rank: same Ngata will be more than a defensive tackle who just clogs the interior because his strength and athleticism will allow him to penetrate and makes plays behind the line of scrimmage. 11. LenDale White, RB, USC (6-2, 235, Junior) | previous rank: same He's big, strong and deceptively fast with a nose for the end zone. White will be a running back at the next level who can carry the ball 20-25 times a game. 12. Jimmy Williams, CB, Virginia Tech (6-2½, 207) | previous rank: 18 Gave the Hokies a shutdown cornerback who could lock up the opposing team's top receiver. He eliminates one side of the field. A former safety who moved to corner before the 2004 season. 13. Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota (5-11, 205, Junior) | previous rank: 15 A very good natural runner who is smooth and patient. Maroney allowed his blocks to get set up and develop and then showed a good burst of speed through openings. He has good vision and the ability to shift gears quickly. 14. Ernie Sims, LB, Florida State (6-0, 200, Junior) | previous rank: 16 Sims finished fourth on FSU with 70 tackles this season. He's an extremely fast 'backer who's used to being the focus of opposing offenses' game plans. 15. Jay Cutler, QB, Vanderbilt (6-3¼, 227) | previous rank: 12 He's the next best QB in the senior class behind Leinart. Cutler has gone from being a potential first-round pick to possibly going in the top 10. 16. Santonio Holmes, WR, Ohio State (5-10, 185, Junior) | previous rank: 17 He is very tough and is willing to make catches in traffic. Holmes is a very good route runner and has a good burst out of his break. He doesn't have the greatest size, but toughness counts. He should be the first wide receiver taken off the board. 17. Brodrick Bunkley, DT, Florida State, (6-3, 306) | previous rank: unranked He was the story of the combine on the defensive side of the ball. He ran 4.99 in the 40-yard dash and bench pressed 225 pounds 44 times. He has a wide upper body and is quick on his feet. He also has a great attitude, and by his workouts, he's almost guaranteed to be a first-round pick. 18. Tye Hill, CB, Clemson (5-9½, 181) | previous rank: 19 Hill is not especially big, but he has long arms, phenomenal speed and great confidence. He had one of the better weeks at the Senior Bowl which should propel him into the first round. 19. Tamba Hali, DE, Penn State (6-3, 267) | previous rank: 13 He's the best senior defensive end in this draft. Hali's a natural pass-rusher who play with a lot of intensity and never takes a play off. 20. Chad Greenway, LB, Iowa (6-2½, 244) | previous rank: 14 He was one of the nation's topflight linebackers the last two years. A smart player with great physical skills, Greenway has a nose for the ball. He'll help out a team right away. 21. Ashton Youboty, CB, Ohio State (6-1, 188, Junior) | previous rank: 20 The first-team All-Big Ten selection has very good cover skills and excellent on-field intelligence. 22. Winston Justice, T, USC (6-6, 311, Junior) | previous rank: 21 A great athlete and very gifted, Justice is as good as any right tackle in the country at getting down field beyond the defensive line. He'll be able to play either tackle position in the NFL. 23. Kamerion Wimbley, DE, Florida State (6-4, 248) | previous rank: unranked He might be an outside linebacker in the right scheme. Wimbley ran a 4.63 which was a very good time and had a vertical leap of 38½ inches. 24. Chad Jackson, Florida, WR (6-1, 213, Junior) | previous rank: unranked His times in the 40-yard dash were 4.32 and 4.37. Jackson caught the ball well and stood out among the receivers in Indianapolis. He's done everything the right way since the season ended and has moved himself into that first-round mix. 25. Leonard Pope, TE, Georgia (6-7, 250, Junior) | previous rank: 24 He's an absolutely huge target and is a mismatch every time he's on the field. Georgia relied heavily on Pope in the passing game because he is a rare talent for a player of his size. Dropped DeMeco Ryans, OLB, Alabama (6-1½, 235) | previous rank: 22 Has impressed in the Crimson Tide's biggest games this season. Ryans is a smart and fundamentally sound player who will be solid contributor at the next level. Taitusi "Deuce" Lutui, G, USC (6-6, 365) | previous rank: 23 A versatile offensive lineman who played tackle as a junior. Lutui has the potential to be a Pro-Bowl caliber offensive lineman. Bobby Carpenter, LB, Ohio State (6-3, 255) | previous rank: 25 Carpenter was consistent on a weekly basis. He has very good speed for a player of his size and will be able to help a team out either as an outside pass rusher or playing in the middle.