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  1. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    I have some problems with the list, like McCoy and Tebow listed top15. On the other hand Cody at 35?

    Top Draft 2010 Prospects -- (Updated 12/5/2009 1:19:08 AM)
    OVR Pos. Rank Player Pos. School Ht. Wt. Proj. Rd. Stock 40 Time Bench Reps Vert. Jump Twenty Yard Ten Yard Broad Jump Shuttle Cone
    1 1 Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska 6-4 302 1 same 5.02 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    2 1 Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State 6-5 302 1 same 5.26 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    3 1 Taylor Mays FS Southern California 6-3 235 1 same 4.47 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    4 2 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma 6-5 318 1 same 5.30 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    5 1 C.J. Spiller RB Clemson 5-11 195 1 same 4.37 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    6 1 Brandon LaFell WR LSU 6-3 206 1 same 4.54 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    7 1 Brandon Spikes ILB Florida 6-3 256 1 same 4.76 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    8 1 Brandon Graham OLB Michigan 6-1 263 1 same 4.74 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    9 2 Jared Odrick DT Penn State 6-4 298 1 up 5.05 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    10 1 Corey Wootton DE Northwestern 6-6 280 1 same 4.80 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    11 1 Colt McCoy QB Texas 6-2 212 1-2 same 4.68 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    12 2 Ricky Sapp OLB Clemson 6-4 248 1-2 same 4.58 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    13 2 Tim Tebow QB Florida 6-3 245 1-2 same 4.68 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    14 3 Charles Brown OT Southern California 6-5 292 1-2 same 5.16 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    15 3 Dan Williams DT Tennessee 6-2 327 1-2 up 5.23 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    16 1 Patrick Robinson CB Florida State 5-11 194 1-2 same 4.42 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    17 1 Mike Iupati OG Idaho 6-5 330 1-2 same 5.20 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    18 3 Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri 6-1 245 1-2 same 4.59 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    19 4 Jerry Hughes OLB TCU 6-2 257 1-2 same 4.72 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    20 2 Syd'Quan Thompson CB California 5-09 191 1-2 same 4.49 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    21 2 Greg Hardy DE Mississippi 6-4 265 1-2 injury 4.58 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    22 2 Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati 6-0 187 1-2 same 4.51 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    23 1 Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma 6-6 258 1-2 injury 4.78 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    24 3 Brandon Ghee CB Wake Forest 6-0 190 1-2 same 4.45 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    25 3 Jeremy Williams WR Tulane 6-1 205 1-2 same 4.52 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    26 5 Sergio Kindle OLB Texas 6-4 255 2 same 4.66 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    27 2 Jon Asamoah OG Illinois 6-4 315 2 same 5.08 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    28 2 Nate Allen FS South Florida 6-1 206 2 same 4.50 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    29 4 Perrish Cox CB Oklahoma State 6-0 198 2 same 4.44 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    30 2 Anthony McCoy TE Southern California 6-5 252 2 same 4.78 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    31 5 Trevard Lindley CB Kentucky 5-11 180 2 same 4.53 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    32 2 Anthony Dixon RB Mississippi State 6-1 235 2 same 4.59 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    33 4 Jason Fox OT Miami (Fla.) 6-6 314 2 same 5.16 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    34 2 Sean Lee ILB Penn State 6-2 236 2 same 4.74 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    35 4 Terrence Cody DT Alabama 6-4 365 2 down 5.72 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    36 1 T.J. Ward SS Oregon 5-10 201 2 same 4.56 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    37 4 Jordan Shipley WR Texas 6-0 190 2 up 4.47 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    38 5 Jacoby Ford WR Clemson 5-09 185 2 same 4.37 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    39 3 Willie Young DE North Carolina State 6-4 250 2 up 4.84 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    40 6 Eric Norwood OLB South Carolina 6-0 252 2 same 4.67 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    41 5 Selvish Capers OT West Virginia 6-5 298 2 same 4.96 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    42 1 Matt Tennant C Boston College 6-4 291 2 same 5.06 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    43 4 George Selvie DE South Florida 6-4 245 2-3 down 4.78 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    44 5 Tyson Alualu DT California 6-2 295 2-3 same 4.96 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    45 6 Jerome Murphy CB South Florida 6-1 185 2-3 same 4.48 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    46 7 Roddrick Muckelroy OLB Texas 6-2 235 2-3 same 4.67 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    47 3 Tony Pike QB Cincinnati 6-6 226 2-3 same 4.89 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    48 6 Arthur Jones DT Syracuse 6-3 295 2-3 injury 5.04 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    49 6 Ciron Black OT LSU 6-5 322 2-3 down 5.36 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    50 3 Ed Dickson TE Oregon 6-4 243 2-3 same 4.73
  2. Rampage

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    Taylor Mays at #3? is this the weakest senior class of all time?
  3. DaBoys4Life

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    :muttley:

    Outside of a couple of seniors that I like it's rather weak. Especially if we consider the players that's been coming out of first round these past couple of years.
  4. dbair1967

    dbair1967 Arch Defender

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    :lmao2: :lmao:
  5. Cowboy Brian

    Cowboy Brian Romo 2 Austin Zone Supporter

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    I believe McCoy will be the best NFL QB out of the Locker, Clausen, Tebow, etc; lot.
  6. dbair1967

    dbair1967 Arch Defender

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    And I really believe only Locker has real upside. The rest of those guys all have massive holes in their game. Locker at least has size and arm strength to go along with athletic ability, plus he's worked with an exceptional offensive coach this yr. It might take some NFL team several yrs to fully develop Locker, but the other guys are never going to develop IMO.
  7. CowboyFan74

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    17 1 Mike Iupati OG Idaho 6-5 330 1-2 same 5.20 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    The next Larry Allen?
  8. silverbear

    silverbear Semi-Official Loose Cannon

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    I personally think that's too low, but only by 10 spots, maybe 15... I certainly wouldn't have him in the top 20 prospects...

    Why not, you ask?? Well, two reasons-- first, there's his unfortunate rep for not being able to control his weight (lots of big "name" DTs have eaten themselves out of the league in recent years after being drafted in the first round), and his 40 times...

    With his size, and lack of speed, Cody can do one thing only, and that's clog up the middle... that is a big part of being an NFL NT, but if that's all you can do, you're not gonna be drafted real high...

    All in all, though, I think the ratings here are fairly good... throw in 15-20 underclassmen going in the top 50 picks, and it looks about right to me...
  9. silverbear

    silverbear Semi-Official Loose Cannon

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    Uhhhh, no...

    I'm a big fan of Iupati, and think he'll be a good solid pro, but it's silly to equate him with Larry Allen... Larry was stronger than Mike (though Mike is very strong), and significantly quicker (though there's nothing wrong with Mike's quickness)...

    It's entirely possible that neither you nor I will ever see another Larry Allen in our lifetimes...
  10. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    Probably not wearing the star anyway.
  11. Texan_Eph89

    Texan_Eph89 Well-Known Member

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    If only we could draft Ndamukong Suh, one can dream.
    Imagine a Suh, Ratliff, and Olshansky DL?
    Rotate Suh and Ratt as DT and sprinkle Spears on rushing downs.

    Suh and Ratt on passing downs would be sweet.
  12. Rampage

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    Spears sucks at rushing the qb

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