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Official NFL Draft Thread (Take 4) 10/19/2010

 

Well here we are in the 6th week of the NFL and we won one but still it was the Raider so we might as well continue our search thru next year’s draft. After the break I’ll recap some things from the prior thread and list some of the players at positions I think we should be looking at.

Recaps from the last post:

  

We have the following picks in next year’s draft: Rd 1, Rd 2, Rd 3, Rd 4, Rd 4 (from Charger’s trade in last year’s draft), Rd 5,  Rd 6 (from SEA for Kentwan Balmer), Rd 6, Rd 7 (from the Lions for Shaun Hill).

Here are some sites that are good for finding out draft information:

http://drafttek.com/ - Our official draft site.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft - Good for lists of players by senior year and info as far as 40 times and such.

http://draftbreakdown.com – Recommended by smileyman as a good informational site. Has top player rankings (seniors only)

 

Looking at things now it looks like our needs are as follows: QB/CB (toss up for which is needed more), 3-4 DE, possibly an NT based on what happens with Franklin and RJF. We could also probably stand to get a COP Back and a WR in the later rounds

DraftTek Top 10’s of Note

 

Rank (Overall)

Quarterbacks

1           2                Andrew Luck Stanford (6’4" 235)

2         17                Jake Locker Washington (6’3" 226)

3         32                Ryan Mallett Arkansas (6’6" 238)

4         48                 Christian Ponder Florida State (6’3" 227)

5         60                Nick Foles Arizona (6’5" 245)

6        79                Pat Devlin Delaware (6'4" 220)

7       101               Colin Kaepernick Nevada (6’2" 220)

8       127              Ricky Stanzi Iowa (6'4" 230)

9        149             Nathan Enderle Idaho (6'5" 233)

10      171            Brandon Weeden Oklahoma State (6’4" 224)

 

Cornerbacks

1                2            Prince Amukamara Nebraska (6’1" 205)

2                9           Patrick Peterson   LSU (6’1" 211)

3              21           Ras-I Dowling    Virginia (6’2" 200)

4              37          Aaron Williams Texas (6’1" 192)

5             49          Brandon Harris   Miami (5’11" 195)

6             60          Jimmy Smith Colorado (6’2" 210)

7             66         Curtis Brown Texas (6’0 180)  

8             88         Chimdi Chekwa Ohio State (6’0 190)

9             97         Davon House New Mexico State (6’0 190)

10         114           Janoris Jenkins Florida 5’11" 186

 

3-4 Defensive End

1               14            Adrian Clayborn Iowa (6’3" 285)

2               12            Cameron Heyward Ohio State (6’5" 288)

3               18            Marcel Dareus Alabama (6’3" 306)

4               34            Allen Bailey Miami (6’4" 288)

5               47           Jared Crick Nebraska (6’5" 285) 

6               48           Da’Quan Bowers Clemson (6’4" 278)

7               69           Christian Ballard Iowa (6’5" 297)

8               89           Nick Fairley Auburn (6'4" 298)

9               93          Pernel McPhee Miss. State (6’4” 285)

10            94           Jarvis Jenkins  Clemson (6’4" 310)

 

3-4 Defensive Tackle/Nose Tackle

1               22           Jerrell Powe Mississippi (6’2" 328)

2              23           Stephen Paea Oregon State (6’1" 311)

3              108          Kendrick Ellis Hampton (6’5" 340)

4              163         Anthony Gray Southern Miss (6’0 315)

5              194         Sione Fua Stanford (6’2" 307)

6              213        Harold Ayodele Emporia State (6’1" 338)

 

3-4 Outside Linebacker

1              7              Robert Quinn North Carolina (6’5 268)

2              33           Jeremy Beal Oklahoma (6’3" 260)

3              34           Akeem Ayers UCLA (6’4" 255)

4              41           Von Miller Texas A&M (6’2" 240)

5              65           Aldon Smith Missouri (6’5” 260)

6              77           Ryan Kerrigan Purdue (6’4" 263)

7              86         Dontay Moch Nevada State (6’1" 245)

8               98          Sam Acho Texas (6’3" 260)

9             106           Wayne Daniels TCU (6’2”, 250)

10           131           Vince Browne Northwestern (6’5” 255)

 

Wide Receiver

1                6              A. J. Green Georgia (6’4" 205)

2              21            Julio Jones Alabama (6’4" 212)  

3              27           Michael Floyd Notre Dame (6’3" 220)

4              40           Jonathan Baldwin Pittsburgh (6’5" 225)

5              56           Austin Pettis Boise State (6’3" 201)

6              72           Devier Posey Ohio State (6’2" 200)

7              100        Leonard Hankerson Miami (6’3" 215)

8              113         Ronald Johnson USC (6’0" 190)

9              130         Dwayne Haris East Carolina (6'0 205)

10            148         Vincent Brown San Diego State (6’0” 195)

11            160        Greg Little North Carolina (6'3" 214)

12           178         Terrence Tolliver (6’4” 206)

 

Change of Pace Runnng Back

1              42           Kendall Hunter Oklahoma State (5’8" 198)

2              55           Jacquizz Rodgers Oregon State (5’7" 178)

3              95           Jeff Demps Florida (5’8" 185)

4              97           Noel Devine West Virginia (5’8" 180)

5              172         Derrick Locke Kentucky (5’9" 192)

6              190         Emmanuel Moody Florida (5’11" 212)



I'll put my "guesses" in the posts and please others do so as well and please rec this post so it stays up top. We've gotten a lot of input from the past post and hopefully it keeps going.

 How about we talk about some of the later picks like our #2, 3 and the 2 4's?

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