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    Scout.com Top 100 prospect rankings

    Pos Overall
    Rank Rating Name Yr Ht/Wt/40 College Home
    1. RB 1 Darren McFadden JR 6-2/210/4.45 Arkansas North Little Rock, AR
    2. DE 2 Chris Long SR 6-3.5/278/4.75 Virginia Charlottesville, VA
    3. DT 3 Glenn Dorsey SR 6-1.5/313/- LSU Gonzales, LA
    4. DT 4 Sedrick Ellis SR 6-1/307/4.95 USC Chino, CA
    5. OT 5 Jake Long SR 6-7/335/- Michigan Lapeer, MI
    6. DE 6 Calais Campbell JR 6-7/280/4.75 Miami (FL) Denver, CO
    7. CB 7 Mike Jenkins SR 5-11/200/4.45 South Florida Bradenton, FL
    8. S 8 Kenny Phillips JR 6-2/210/4.50 Miami (FL) Miami, FL
    9. OLB 9 Dan Connor SR 6-3/230/- Penn State Wallingford, PA
    10. WR 10 Earl Bennett JR 6-1/202/- Vanderbilt Birmingham, AL
    11. RB 11 Jonathan Stewart JR 5-11/230/- Oregon Olympia, WA
    12. WR 12 James Hardy JR 6-5.5/220/4.50 Indiana Fort Wayne, IN
    13. QB 13 Matt Ryan SR 6-5/224/4.90 Boston College Philadelphia, PA
    14. WR 14 Malcolm Kelly JR 6-4/215/4.50 Oklahoma Longview, TX
    15. DE 15 Quentin Groves SR 6-3/252/4.43 Auburn Greenville, MS
    16. CB 16 Aqib Talib JR 6-1/195/4.50 Kansas Richardson, TX
    17. OT 17 Chris Williams SR 6-6/317/5.30 Vanderbilt Baton Rouge, LA
    18. RB 18 Jamaal Charles JR 6-1/205/4.45 Texas Port Arthur, TX
    19. WR 19 Early Doucet SR 6-0/213/4.53 LSU Saint Martinville, LA
    20. DE 20 Vernon Gholston JR 6-3/260/4.75 Ohio State Detroit, MI
    21. TE 21 Fred Davis SR 6-3.5/251/4.75 USC Toledo, OH
    22. QB 22 Joe Flacco SR 6-6/237/5.00 Delaware Audubon, NJ
    23. CB 23 Leodis McKelvin SR 5-10.5/186/4.48 Troy Waycross, GA
    24. OT 24 Ryan Clady JR 6-6/320/- Boise State Rialto, CA
    25. OT 25 Jeff Otah SR 6-6.5/341/- Pittsburgh Wayne, PA
    26. RB 26 Rashard Mendenhall JR 5-10.5/215/4.55 Illinois Skokie, IL
    27. WR 27 Adarius Bowman SR 6-3/220/4.55 Oklahoma State Chattanooga, TN
    28. DT 28 Kentwan Balmer SR 6-4/295/5.15 North Carolina Weldon, NC
    29. QB 29 Brian Brohm SR 6-3/227/4.82 Louisville Louisville, KY
    30. CB 30 Terrell Thomas SR 6-1/200/4.50 USC Rancho Cucamonga, CA
    31. DE 31 Chris Ellis SR 6-4/257/4.70 Virginia Tech Hampton, VA
    32. OG 32 Oniel Cousins SR 6-4/302/5.04 UTEP Fullerton, CA
    33. WR 33 Donnie Avery SR 5-10/184/4.33 Houston Alief, TX
    34. DE 34 Derrick Harvey JR 6-4/260/4.75 Florida Greenbelt, MD
    35. MLB 35 Beau Bell SR 6-2/253/4.63 UNLV
    36. TE 36 Martellus Bennett JR 6-6/250/4.75 Texas A&M Houston, TX
    37. QB 37 Andre Woodson SR 6-4/224/4.83 Kentucky Radcliff, KY
    38. CB 38 Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie SR 6-1.5/183/4.47 Tennessee State Bradenton, FL
    39. WR 39 Harry Douglas SR 5-11/173/4.37 Louisville Jonesboro, GA
    40. DE 40 Lawrence Jackson SR 6-5/270/4.90 USC Inglewood, CA
    41. RB 41 Steve Slaton JR 5-10/200/4.50 West Virginia Fairless Hills, PA
    42. OLB 42 Xavier Adibi SR 6-1.5/223/4.53 Virginia Tech Hampton, VA
    43. OT 43 Carl Nicks SR 6-5/335/5.30 Nebraska Salinas, CA
    44. WR 44 Devin Thomas JR 6-2/215/4.50 Michigan State
    45. DT 45 Pat Sims JR 6-4/315/5.00 Auburn Fort Lauderdale, FL
    46. OT 46 Anthony Collins JR 6-6/315/5.20 Kansas Beaumont, TX
    47. WR 47 Limas Sweed SR 6-5/220/4.50 Texas Brenham, TX
    48. QB 48 Chad Henne SR 6-3/245/5.00 Michigan West Lawn, PA
    49. WR 49 Andre Caldwell SR 6-0/203/4.55 Florida Tampa, FL
    50. TE 50 Martin Rucker SR 6-4.5/249/4.71 Missouri St Joseph, MO
    51. DT 51 Dre Moore SR 6-3.5/308/- Maryland Charlotte, NC
    52. RB 52 James Davis JR 5-10/205/4.50 Clemson Atlanta, GA
    53. OT 53 Gosder Cherilus SR 6-6.5/313/5.14 Boston College Somerville, MA
    54. CB 54 Tracy Porter SR 5-10/183/4.39 Indiana Port Allen, LA
    55. RB 55 Chris Johnson SR 5-10/201/4.29 East Carolina Orlando, FL
    56. DE 56 Phillip Merling JR 6-5/270/4.80 Clemson Cordova, TN
    57. OG 57 Branden Albert JR 6-6.5/320/- Virginia Glen Burnie, MD
    58. CB 58 Jack Ikegwuonu JR 6-0/200/4.45 Wisconsin Madison, WI
    59. OT 59 Sam Baker SR 6-5/314/5.10 USC Tustin, CA
    60. OLB 60 Tavares Gooden SR 6-2/235/4.55 Miami (FL) Fort Lauderdale, FL
    61. CB 61 Antoine Cason SR 6-0/191/4.60 Arizona Los Alamitos, CA
    62. OG 62 Robert Felton SR 6-3/325/5.35 Arkansas Houston, TX
    63. DE 63 Darrell Robertson SR 6-4/245/4.75 Georgia Tech Jonesboro, GA
    64. CB 64 Terrence Wheatley SR 5-9/177/4.46 Colorado Plano, TX
    65. C 65 Steven Justice SR 6-3/288/5.14 Wake Forest New Smyrna Beach, FL
    66. DT 66 Joseph Bryant SR 6-4.5/330/5.25 Texas A&M Jasper, TX
    67. CB 67 DeJuan Tribble SR 5-9/192/4.47 Boston College Cincinnati, OH
    68. OG 68 Eric Young SR 6-3/310/5.25 Tennessee Union, SC
    69. CB 69 Justin King JR 5-11/185/4.45 Penn State Monroeville, PA
    70. CB 70 Simeon Castille SR 6-0/192/4.66 Alabama Birmingham, AL
    71. OLB 71 Ali Highsmith SR 6-0/227/4.62 LSU Miami, FL
    72. DT 72 Frank Okam SR 6-4/325/5.35 Texas Dallas, TX
    73. WR 73 Dorien Bryant SR 5-10/174/- Purdue Fork Union, VA
    74. S 74 Jonathan Hefney SR 5-9/190/4.50 Tennessee Chatham, VA
    75. OLB 75 Shawn Crable SR 6-5/243/4.60 Michigan Massillon, OH
    76. QB 76 Colt Brennan SR 6-3/200/4.75 Hawaii Santa Ana, CA
    77. WR 77 D.J. Hall SR 6-2/198/4.48 Alabama Fort Walton Beach, FL
    78. S 78 Quintin Demps SR 5-11/204/4.60 UTEP San Antonio, TX
    79. RB 79 Kevin Smith JR 6-0/215/4.60 Central Florida Miami, FL
    80. DE 80 Cliff Avril SR 6-3/255/- Purdue Green Cove Springs, FL
    81. CB 81 Brandon Flowers JR 5-10/190/4.50 Virginia Tech Chatham, VA
    82. S 82 Craig Steltz SR 6-1/213/4.64 LSU Metairie, LA
    83. TE 83 Dustin Keller SR 6-2/251/4.70 Purdue Lafayette, IN
    84. OG 84 Drew Radovich SR 6-5/304/5.20 USC Mission Viejo, CA
    85. RB 85 Raymell Rice JR 5-9/195/4.55 Rutgers New Rochelle, NY
    86. OG 86 Heath Benedict SR 6-5.5/334/4.99 Newberry Hightstown, NJ
    87. OT 87 Tony Hills SR 6-6/305/5.20 Texas Houston, TX
    88. DT 88 Andre Fluellen SR 6-2/279/5.00 Florida State Cartersville, GA
    89. RB 89 Dantrell Savage SR 5-9/195/4.45 Oklahoma State Columbus, GA
    90. OT 90 Chad Rinehart SR 6-5/314/5.26 Northern Iowa
    91. WR 91 Davone Bess JR 5-10/195/4.60 Hawaii Oakland, CA
    92. S 92 Marcus Griffin SR 5-11/205/4.65 Texas Austin, TX
    93. TE 93 Brad Cottam SR 6-8/275/4.70 Tennessee Cordova, TN
    94. QB 94 Erik Ainge SR 6-5.5/225/5.00 Tennessee Hillsboro, OR
    95. OLB 95 Geno Hayes JR 6-1.5/225/4.70 Florida State Madison, FL
    96. OG 96 Chilo Rachal JR 6-4.5/315/5.25 USC Compton, CA
    97. RB 97 Mike Hart SR 5-9/200/4.65 Michigan Nedrow, NY
    98. CB 98 Chevis Jackson SR 6-0/191/4.62 LSU Mobile, AL
    99. WR 99 Eddie Royal SR 5-10/181/4.39 Virginia Tech Chantilly, VA
    100. TE 100 John Carlson SR 6-5/259/4.70 Notre Dame Litchfield, MN



    These rankings will probably change a few times between now and draft day. After the combine things are usually reshuffled.

    There are not a lot of OG's or Centers in this years draft. It is a deeper field this year for OT's which may serve our needs well. I don't know what the answer is at Center for us but it is not Sean Mahan. If he starts for us next year look for more offensive struggles. Perhaps move Simmons over to C, Colon over to RG and Starks back to RT. Either way we still need depth at OT and C. I believe if we fix the O-line the RB's we have can be great. Also need more depth at DE. When Smith went down so did our stout run defense. At LB I think Woodley starting next year will be a huge upgrade over Haggans and will significantly help our pass rush! I haven't seen enough plays made by Timmons to believe he might be an upgrade over either ILB. We also need a reliable kick and punt returner. Willie Reid is NOT the answer and Rossum is average at best.

    Your thoughts?
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    Mike Jenkins is soooo overrated its not funny

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    I'm waiting to see what the FO does with Faneca and Starks. We can all speculate as to what we do, we all have our opinions as to what we want to see. We could try and keep Faneca and move him to C, but will he want to take lesser money or try and go out and get big money as a G. The other thing is how healthy will Smith be next year and will his back always be an issue, if so we need to keep Starks, hes at least serviceable for the time being. What we do before the draft as far as our signings, whether we dip into FA will determine what we do in the draft. Just remember we drafted a TE in the 3rd round last year, who seen that happening?


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    I agree that what the FO does with Faneca and Starks will ultimately determine what we do in the draft on day 1.

    I also believe that we must also bring our problem at center to the forefront. We cannot afford to let Sean Mahan (turnstile) play another year at center. You cannot successfully run an offense that consistently collapses up the middle on pass plays and gets no push on run plays!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackGold4vr View Post
    I agree that what the FO does with Faneca and Starks will ultimately determine what we do in the draft on day 1.

    I also believe that we must also bring our problem at center to the forefront. We cannot afford to let Sean Mahan (turnstile) play another year at center. You cannot successfully run an offense that consistently collapses up the middle on pass plays and gets no push on run plays!
    We all definitely agree that Mahan was absolutely worthless. Whats up with Stapleton as C? If he can gain some weight and get over 300 lbs, he can hold the point of attack better then Mahan could ever dream of doing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    Mike Jenkins is soooo overrated its not funny


    Agreed. Antoine Cason is very underrated.

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    Going on the assumptions that our first 3 picks will be in the neighborhood of 23rd, 54th, and 85th. Here are my first 3 picks for the upcoming draft.

    1. Chris Williams, OT, 6-6, 320, Vanderbilt (with the 23rd overall pick)

    The best offensive lineman nobody has ever heard of, Williams allowed one sack during the entire 2006 season, which occurred in the first game of the year against Michigan. Williams didn't allow another sack in the next 11 games. He has played well so far this season and if he continues to progress, he will be mentioned among the elite linemen in this class.

    The reason for this pick is obvious. We need youth and depth on the O-line and Williams is one of the best out there. The only question is how far into the first round he will last?
    2. Philip Merling, DE, 6-5, 280, Clemson (with the 54th overall pick)

    One player that has intriguing ability and is still developing is Clemson junior defensive end Phillip Merling. At 6-foot-5, 280-pounds, Merling is a tremendous run defender who makes plays in the backfield. He's quick off the snap, plays with leverage, and alters the opposition's offensive direction. He uses his hands effectively and has good range in pursuit. He has great balance, rarely gets knocked off his feet, and is fast off the edge. He's a durable defender who has started every game the last two seasons. Playing in all 12 games this season, Merling recorded 73 tackles (50 solo, 23 assisted), 16 for a loss and 6.5 sacks. If Merling declares for the draft, he'll receive Day One consideration and is a probable second-round selection.

    This guy is a stud who can give us some much needed depth at DE. Even if he can't supplant Kiesel in his first year he might be able to spell both ends throughout the game to keep everyone fresh.
    3. Cliff Avril, DE (LB), 6-3, 255, Purdue (with the 85th overall pick)

    Avril is an instinctive, but undersized defensive end that plays with leverage. He's quick off the snap and makes a lot of plays in the backfield. He has quick feet and hands and is able to fight off blocks against bigger opponents. He finished the regular season with 14.5 tackles for a loss and six sacks.

    This was Anthony Spencers understudy. You can never have too many great linebackers and while Cliff waits for a crack at the starting line-up he could be a wedgebuster on special teams coverage. With Haggans on his way out and Woodley set to fill the vacancy there, Timmons nipping at Potsies heels after that we are thin at LB.
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    Chris williams is a pass blocking machine, and when your a pass bloacking machine in the SEC your a hell of a player

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    Chris williams is a pass blocking machine, and when your a pass bloacking machine in the SEC your a hell of a player

    I like all that I am reading about him and the fact that they say he is one of the best that nobody has heard of is a plus for our chances at possibly landing him. Remembering that O-lineman are some of the least glamorous picks in the first round as well. Lots of teams go after those skilled position players [RB - WR - TE - QB - CB - S].
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    I have heard of Chris Williams and I wouldn't mind him being drafted at all....He is on my list of OTs.......I think the Steelers have the best shot of getting Oher or Williams....I wouldn't mind either one really....A center has to be drafted....It doesn't matter what round or who it is....Anybody would be an upgrade over Mahan...lol

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