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darnik44
03-06-2009, 06:42 PM
Note: Not all ht/wt are 100% accurate.

3-4 Nose Tackles

1. B.J. Raji, 6-1, 325, Boston College
2. Terrence Taylor, 6-0, 318, Michigan
3. Myron Pryor, 6-0, 319, Kentucky
4. Adrian Grady, 6-1, 305, Louisville
5. Roy Miller, 6-1, 310, Texas


3-4 Defensive Ends

1. Tyson Jackson, 6-4, 295, Louisiana State
2. Jarron Gilbert, 6-5, 285, San Jose State*
3. Fili Moala, 6-5, 300, Southern California
4. Robert Ayers, 6-3, 270, Tennessee
5. Ron Brace, 6-3, 324, Boston College
6. Kyle Moore, 6-6, 274, Southern California
7. Alex Magee, 6-3, 295, Purdue
8. Dorell Scott, 6-4, 315, Clemson
9. Ricky Jean-Francois, 6-3, 290, Louisiana State*
10. Khalif Mitchell, 6-6, 305, East Carolina
11. Delmonte Bolden, 6-6, 290, Tennessee
12. Darryl Richard, 6-4 290, Georgia Tech
13. Pannel Egboh, 6-6, 275, Stanford
14. Rulon Davis, 6-5, 285, California
15. Ty Steinkuhler, 6-3 285, Nebraska
16. Corvey Irvin, 6-4, 300, Georgia
17. Ra'Shon Harris, 6-4, 300, Oregon
18. Will Johnson, 6-5, 286, Michigan
19. Jarius Wynn, 6-3, 273, Georgia
20. John Williams, 6-6, 261, Oklahoma

3-4 Inside Linebackers
1. Aaron Curry, 6-2, 246, Wake Forest
2. Rey Maualuga, 6-3, 260, Southern California
3. Brian Cushing, 6-4, 255, Southern California
4. James Laurinaitis, 6-3, 240, Ohio State
5. Jasper Brinkley, 6-2, 270, South Carolina
6. Zach Follett, 6-1, 238, California
7. Tyrone McKenzie, 6-2, 235, South Florida
8. Jason Phillips, 6-1, 235, Texas Christian
9. Stanley Arnoux, 6-1, 240, Wake Forest
10. Worrell Williams, 6-1, 248, California
11. Daniel Holtzclaw, 6-1, 246, Eastern Michigan
12. Josh Mauga, 6-2, 245, Nevada
13. Nick Reed, 6-1, 247, Oregon
14. Orion Martin, 6-2, 252, Virginia Tech
15. Anthony Felder, 6-3, 241, California
16. Ronnie Palmer, 6-3, 245, Arizona
17. Victor Butler, 6-2, 241, Oregon State
18. Moise Fokou, 6-2, 233, Maryland
19. Jamar Chaney, 6-1, 260, Mississippi State
20. Stephen Hodge, 6-0, 234, Texas Christian


3-4 Outside Linebackers

1. Brian Orakpo, 6-4, 260, Texas
2. Michael Johnson, 6-7, 260, Georgia Tech
3. Clay Mathews, 6-3, 240, Southern California
4. Aaron Maybin, 6-4, 249, Penn State#
5. Lawrence Sidbury, 6-4, 265, Richmond
6. Everette Brown, 6-1, 252, Florida State*
7. Larry English, 6-3, 250, Northern Illinois
8. Clint Sintim, 6-3, 254, Virginia
9. Conner Barwin, 6-4, 255, Cincinnati
10. David Veikune, 6-2, 254, Hawaii
11. Cody Brown, 6-3, 248, Connecticut
12. Tim Jamison, 6-3, 265, Michigan
13. Paul Kruger, 6-5, 255, Utah#
14. Michael Bennett, 6-4, 262, Texas A&M
15. Will Davis, 6-3, 260, Illinois
16. Brandon Williams, 6-4, 260, Texas Tech*
17. Derek Walker, 6-4, 272, Illinois
18. Ian Campbell, 6-4, 255, Kansas State
19. Jeremy Lomax, 6-4, 248, Georgia
20. Jamaal Westerman, 6-3, 256, Rutgers
21. Matt Schaugnessy, 6-5, 255, Wisconsin
22. Kirston Pittman, 6-3, 256, Louisiana State
23. Diyral Briggs, 6-4, 236, Bowling Green
24. Antonio Appleby, 6-4, 250, Virginia
25. Antwain Robinson, 6-3, 255, Arkansas

K Train
03-06-2009, 06:59 PM
i like terrence taylor, he put up a monsterous 37 reps hes a good sleeper pick for NT, hes already better than branch will ever be in the pros.

the tope 4 DEs are spot on, ayers needs to add like 15-20 pounds though

i think curry would be considered for both spots as a LB, hes vestatile enough, both USC guys would do well as MLBs but i think laurantis would struggle to shed off guards in a big way....but then again i dont like lauranitis at all.

i dont like orakpo or johnson as OLBs....they need to put their hand down and be a full time 43 end, i think brown would be sick as an OLB though, matthews could be decent and i think maybin is too lanky for it, he needs to put on 15 or so pounds as well

darnik44
03-06-2009, 07:08 PM
i like terrence taylor, he put up a monsterous 37 reps hes a good sleeper pick for NT, hes already better than branch will ever be in the pros.

the tope 4 DEs are spot on, ayers needs to add like 15-20 pounds though

i think curry would be considered for both spots as a LB, hes vestatile enough, both USC guys would do well as MLBs but i think laurantis would struggle to shed off guards in a big way....but then again i dont like lauranitis at all.

i dont like orakpo or johnson as OLBs....they need to put their hand down and be a full time 43 end, i think brown would be sick as an OLB though, matthews could be decent and i think maybin is too lanky for it, he needs to put on 15 or so pounds as well

I'm with you on most of that, and I'm also not a big Laurinaitis guy. He just has to figure in there somewhere. He's plenty athletic enough.

I don't agree with Brown. I think he's a big risk. I highly doubt he goes in the first round. He's only 6-1 1/2. I've also seen way too many dominant can't miss FSU DE's bust.

K Train
03-06-2009, 07:32 PM
I'm with you on most of that, and I'm also not a big Laurinaitis guy. He just has to figure in there somewhere. He's plenty athletic enough.

I don't agree with Brown. I think he's a big risk. I highly doubt he goes in the first round. He's only 6-1 1/2. I've also seen way too many dominant can't miss FSU DE's bust.

i dont think hes a first round guy either, but i do think he can be incredibly effective as an OLB, he would simply get eaten alive as a 43end but hes a sick athlete and his size or lack of makes him an interesting prospect because hes pretty quick even though his 4.73 was a little disappointing. hes listed as 6-4 256 at FSU...what a ****ing joke, but hes got great burst off the line and pass rushing ability.

timmons ran a 4.59 but is a little lighter than brown, if he could have gotten up in the mid 4.6s teams would probably be more inclined to take a shot on him and try him out at a couple different linebacker spots because he is a tremendous athlete and has some good bulk to him

MillerTime83
03-07-2009, 02:37 PM
Kyle Moore is my guy. Crowded in a very talented USC defense he gets lost. He can put on more weight and he is just solid all around. He wont give you the stand out numbers in sacks or anything but he hold his own at the line.

K Train
03-07-2009, 05:25 PM
kyle moore is a little light, he would need to add quite a bit of weight to play DE in a 34

darnik44
03-07-2009, 06:21 PM
kyle moore is a little light, he would need to add quite a bit of weight to play DE in a 34

Not uncommon to have to manufacture 3-4 personel. In most cases they aren't the ideal size. If he were to end up with the Steelers he would have 2 solid years atleast to pack on 15-20 pounds before he would be called on to step into the starting lineup. His game is perfectly suited to be a 5 technique, that the big buzz on him. He's a classic stack and shed DE.

K Train
03-07-2009, 06:26 PM
He's a classic stack and shed DE.


i agree...