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Kiper's Top 5 seniors by position

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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. Troy Smith, Ohio State
    3. Drew Stanton, Michigan State
    4. Kevin Kolb, Houston
    5. Trent Edwards, Stanford
    5a. Matt Moore, Oregon State


    Running Backs
    1. Kenny Irons, Auburn
    2. Michael Bush, Louisville (injured)
    3. Selvin Young, Texas
    4. Kolby Smith, Louisville
    5. Tony Hunt, Penn State


    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. Jeff Samardzija, Notre Dame
    2. Dwayne Bowe, LSU
    3. Craig Davis, LSU
    4. Aundrae Allison, East Carolina
    5. Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP


    Tight Ends
    1. Matt Spaeth, Minnesota
    2. Scott Chandler, Iowa
    3. Joe Newton, Oregon State
    4. Ben Patrick, Delaware
    5. Clark Harris, Rutgers


    Offensive Tackles
    1. Joe Thomas, Wisconsin
    2. Tony Ugoh, Arkansas
    3. Levi Brown, Penn State
    4. Joe Staley, Central Michigan
    5. James Marten, Boston College
    5a. Ryan Harris, Notre Dame


    Offensive Guards
    1. Ben Grubbs, Auburn
    2. Josh Beekman, Boston College
    3. Justin Blalock, Texas
    4. Arron Sears, Tennessee
    5. Tim Duckworth, Auburn


    Centers
    1. Ryan Kalil, USC
    2. Kyle Young, Fresno State
    3. Enoka Lucas, Oregon
    4. Leroy Harris, NC State
    5. Darnell Stapleton, Rutgers
    5a. Doug Datish, Ohio State


    Defensive Ends
    1. Gaines Adams, Clemson
    2. Adam Carriker, Nebraska
    3. LaMarr Woodley, Michigan
    4. Tim Crowder, Texas
    5. Anthony Spencer, Purdue
    5a. Quentin Moses, Georgia
    5b. Ikaika Alama-Francis, Hawaii


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


    Inside Linebackers
    1. Patrick Willis, Mississippi
    2. Buster Davis, Florida State
    3. David Harris, Michigan
    4. Zach Diles, Kansas State
    5. Zak DeOssie, Brown
    5a. Justin Warren, Texas A&M


    Outside Linebackers
    1. Paul Posluszny, Penn State
    2. Michael Okwo, Stanford
    3. Earl Everett, Florida
    4. Stewart Bradley, Nebraska
    5. David Holloway, Maryland
    5a. Juwan Simpson, Alabama


    Cornerbacks
    1. Leon Hall, Michigan
    2. Marcus McCauley, Fresno State
    3. Daymeion Hughes, California
    4. Tanard Jackson, Syracuse
    5. Aaron Ross, Texas


    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. Andrew Wellock, Eastern Michigan
    4. Brian Wingert, Northern Iowa
    5. Mike Barrow, Idaho


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