Mayock's position-by-position rankings

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  1. WoodysGirl

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    (March 27, 2006) – NFL Network draft expert Mike Mayock has put together his positional rankings for the 2006 NFL Draft:

    1. Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt
    2. Matt Leinart, USC
    3. Vince Young, Texas
    4. Charlie Whitehurst, Clemson
    5. Brodie Croyle, Alabama
    6. Tarvaris Jackson, Alabama State

    Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M
    Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green

    Brent Basanez, Northwestern
    Kellen Clemens, Oregon
    Darrell Hackney, Alabama-Birmingham
    Ingle Martin, Furman
    Barrick Nealy, Texas State
    Michael Robinson, Penn State (slash)
    D. J. Shockley, Georgia (slash)
    Brad Smith, Missouri (slash)
    Marcus Vick, Virginia Tech
    Running Back

    1. Reggie Bush, USC
    2. Laurence Maroney, Minnesota
    3. LenDale White, USC
    4. DeAngelo Williams, Memphis
    5. Joseph Addai, LSU
    6. Brian Calhoun, Wisconsin
    7. Maurice Drew, UCLA

    P.J. Daniels, Georgia Tech
    Andre Hall, South Florida
    Jerome Harrison, Washington State
    Taurean Henderson, Texas Tech
    DonTrell Moore, New Mexico
    Jerious Norwood, Mississippi State
    Gerald Riggs, Tennessee
    Lawrence Vickers, Colorado
    Leon Washington, Florida State

    Wide Receiver

    1. Santonio Holmes, Ohio State
    2. Chad Jackson, Florida
    3. Sinorice Moss, Miami (FL)
    4. Demetrius Williams, Oregon
    5. Maurice Stovall, Notre Dame
    6. Derek Hagan, Arizona State
    7. Brandon Marshall, Central Florida
    8. Jason Avant, Michigan

    Hank Baskett, New Mexico
    Will Blackmon, Boston College
    Jeremy Bloom, Colorado
    Skyler Green, LSU
    Mike Hass, Oregon State
    Greg Jennings, Western Michigan
    Martin Nance, Miami (OH)
    Cory Rodgers, Texas Christian
    Brandon Williams, Wisconsin
    Travis Wilson, Oklahoma
    Tight End

    1. Vernon Davis, Maryland
    2. Marcedes Lewis, UCLA
    3. Joe Klopfenstein, Colorado
    4. Anthony Fasano, Notre Dame
    5. David Thomas, Texas
    6. Leonard Pope, Georgia

    Dominique Byrd, USC
    Owen Daniels, Wisconsin
    Tim Day, Oregon
    Garrett Mills, Tulsa
    Tony Scheffler, Western Michigan
    T.J. Williams, North Carolina State
    Offensive Tackle

    1. D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Virginia
    2. Winston Justice, USC
    3. Eric Winston, Miami (FL)
    4. Daryn Colledge, Boise State
    5. Andrew Whitworth, LSU
    6. Marcus McNeill, Auburn

    Rashad Butler, Miami
    Paul McQuistan, Weber State
    Ryan O’Callaghan, California
    Jonathan Scott, Texas
    Zach Strief, Northwestern
    Jeremy Trueblood, Boston College

    Interior Offensive Line

    1. Nick Mangold, Ohio State (center)
    2. Max Jean-Gilles, Georgia (guard)
    3. Davin Joseph, Oklahoma (guard)
    4. Charles Spencer, Pittsburgh (guard)
    5. Deuce Lutui, USC (guard)
    6. Chris Chester, Oklahoma (center)
    7. Fred Matua, USC (guard)
    8. Rob Sims, Ohio State (center)

    Small Schools
    Jahri Evans, Bloomsburg (PA) (guard)
    Kevin Boothe, Cornell (guard)

    Ryan Cook, New Mexico (center)
    Greg Eslinger, Minnesota (center)
    Pat Ross, Boston College (center)
    Jason Spitz, Louisville (guard)

    Defensive End

    1. Mario Williams, NC State
    2. Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College
    3. Daryl Tapp, Va Tech
    4. Tamba Hali, Penn State
    5. Manny Lawson, North Carolina State
    6. Parys Haralson, Tennessee

    Victor Adeyanju, Indiana
    Mark Anderson, Alabama
    Elvis Dumervil, Louisville
    Ray Edwards, Purdue
    Chris Gocong, Cal. State San Luis Obispo
    Jason Hatcher, Grambling
    Eric Henderson, Georgia Tech
    Julian Jenkins, Stanford
    Ryan LaCasse, Syracuse
    Rob Ninkovich, Purdue
    James Wyche, Syracuse
    Defensive Tackle

    1. Brodrick Bunkley, Florida St.
    2. Haloti Ngata, Oregon
    3. Claude Wroten, LSU
    4. John McCargo, NC State
    5. Gabe Watson, Michigan

    Barry Cofield, Northwestern
    Dusty Dvoracek, Oklahoma
    Orien Harris, Miami (FL)
    Johnny Jolly, Texas A&M
    Johnathan Lewis, Virginia Tech
    Jesse Mahelona, Tennessee
    Babatunde Oshinowo, Stanford
    Montavious Stanley, Louisville
    Kyle Williams, LSU
    Rodrique Wright, Texas


    1. A.J. Hawk, Ohio State
    2. Ernie Sims, Florida St.
    3. Chad Greenway, Iowa
    4. Kamerion Wimbley, Florida St. (OLB)
    5. D'Qwell Jackson, Maryland
    6. Rocky McIntosh, Miami (FL)
    7. DeMeco Ryans, Alabama

    Jon Alston, Stanford
    Bobby Carpenter, Ohio State
    Omar Gaither, Tennessee
    Abdul Hodge, Iowa
    Thomas Howard, UTEP
    Clint Ingram, Oklahoma
    Brian Iwuh, Colorado
    A.J. Nicholson, Florida State
    Kai Parham, Virginia
    Freddie Roach, Alabama
    Dale Robinson, Arizona State
    Gerris Wilkinson, Georgia Tech


    1. Michael Huff, Texas
    2. Jonathan Joseph, South Carolina
    3. Tye Hill, Clemson
    4. Antonio Cromartie, Florida State
    6. Kelly Jennings, Miami (FL)

    Antoine Bethea, Howard
    Will Blackmon, Boston College
    Charles Gordon, Kansas
    Cedric Griffin, Texas
    Devin Hester, Miami (FL)
    Marcus Hudson, North Carolina State
    Darrell Hunter, Miami (OH)
    Tim Jennings, Georgia
    Danieal Manning, Abilene Christian
    Richard Marshall, Fresno State
    Marcus Maxey, Miami (FL)
    DeMario Minter, Georgia
    Anwar Phillips, Penn State
    David Pittman, Northwestern State
    Dee Webb, Florida
    Ashton Youboty, Ohio State
    Alan Zemaitis, Penn State


    1. Donte Whitner, Ohio State
    2. Jason Allen, Tennessee
    3. Daniel Bullocks, Nebraska
    4. Anthony Smith, Syracuse
    5. Darnell Bing, USC
    6. Ko Simpson, South Carolina

    Greg Blue, Georgia
    Tra Boger, Tulane
    Reed Doughty, Northern Colorado
    Roman Harper, Alabama
    Dawan Landry, Georgia Tech
    Calvin Lowry, Penn State
    Bernard Pollard, Purdue
    Dwayne Slay, Texas Tech
    Scott Ware, USC
    Pat Watkins, Florida State

  2. Pokes28

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    A couple years ago I thought that Mayock was a tool. But I watched the guys he liked versus the highly rated ones that he didn't. Then last year I kept the same eye.

    The guy is really pretty good. His analysis is more from tape than workouts which is always better in my view. He's particularly good at judging defensive players. Being a DB himself, he does the best job of any services at detailing DBs. He does OK with linemen, but he tends to just fall in line. He favors bigger power backs over smaller faster guys (but not to a point that he'll drop an obvious talent). He's always been a little off on his grading of QBs. He had Rivers ahead of Eli two years ago. Last year the QB crop sucked but he did have Smith as #1.

    I appreciate Mayock's view. He doesn't present well, but if you know his tendancies and adjust accordingly, he's a good source.

    David Harrell - Pokes
  3. MrPhil

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    Unless I missed it, did he totally leave Jimmy Williams out of his rankings?
  4. Pokes28

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    If I recall correctly, Mayock took him off his board due to his attitude and issues. Essentially MM thinks that Williams will be the next coming of Lawrence Phillips.

    David Harrell - Pokes
  5. MrPhil

    MrPhil Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Pokes.......
  6. Rudy

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    I've always felt Mayock was a tool.

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