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    K Train's Final Rankings

    I left out guys i A) dont know anything about at all, i mean why bother ranking them right? and B) Guys i dont think are draftable but might be on other lists

    I didnt take the time to separate 34 and 43 dline and LBs....but for instance Quinn is my #1 DE, and would be my #2 OLB.

    Dareus is my #1 DT, but would be my #1 34DE too

    i have my final steeler mock and a final 2-3 round mock coming today/this week


    QB:

    1. Jake Locker
    2. Cam Newton
    3. Ryan Mallet
    4. Christian Ponder
    5. Blaine Gabbert
    6. Colin Kaepernick
    7. Ricky Stanzi
    8. Andy Dalton
    9. TJ Yates
    10. Greg Mckelroy
    11. Tyrod Taylor
    12. Pat Devlin

    RB:

    1. Mark Ingram
    2. Mikel Leshoure
    3. Ryan Williams
    4. Demarco Murray
    5. Kendall Hunter
    6. Taiwan Jones
    7. Jordan Todman
    8. Shane Vereen
    9. Noel Devine
    10. Daniel Thomas
    11. Dion Lewis
    12. Delone Carter
    13. Jacquizz Rodgers
    14. Da’Rel Scott
    15. Roy Helu
    16. Derrick Locke
    17. Graig Cooper
    18. Bilal Powell
    19. Damien Berry
    20. Brandon Saine
    21. Armando Allen
    22. Allen Bradford
    23. Darren Evans
    24. Evan Royster
    25. John Clay


    TE:

    1. Kyle Rudolph
    2. Lance Kendricks
    3. DJ Williams
    4. Luke Stocker
    5. Jordan Cameron
    6. Julius Thomas
    7. Lee Smith
    8. Virgil Green
    9. Charlie Gantt
    10. Rob Housler


    WR:
    1. Julio Jones
    2. AJ Green
    3. Titus Young
    4. Leonard Hankerson
    5. Torrey Smith
    6. Randall Cobb
    7. Greg Little
    8. Jonathan Baldwin
    9. Jerrel Jernigan
    10. Edmond Gates
    11. Greg Salas
    12. Denarius Moore
    13. Austin PEttis
    14. DeAndre Brown
    15. Terrence Tolliver
    16. Cecil Shorts
    17. Niles Paul
    18. Tandon Doss
    19. Dwayne Harris
    20. Vincent Brown
    21. Jeremy Kerley
    22. Terrence Toliver
    23. Stephen Burton
    24. Darvin Adams
    25. Dane Sanzenbacher

    OT:

    1. Tyron Smith
    2. Gabe Carimi
    3. Anthony Castonzo
    4. Marcus Cannon
    5. Derek Sherrod
    6. Orlando Franklin
    7. Marcus Gilbert
    8. Ben Ijalana
    9. James Brewer
    10. Nate Solder
    11. Demarcus Love
    12. Jason Pinkston
    13. Jah Reid
    14. Willie Smith
    15. Chris Hairston
    16. Joseph Barksdale
    17. Lee Ziemba
    18. Davis Mims

    OG:
    1. Mike Pouncey
    2. Danny Watkins
    3. Rodney Hudson
    4. Clint Boling
    5. Stefen Wisniewski
    6. Keith Williams
    7. John Moffitt
    8. Will Rackley
    9. Andrew Jackson
    10. Stephen Schilling

    C:

    1. Stefen Wisniewski
    2. Kris O’Dowd
    3. Brandon Fusco
    4. Zane Taylor
    5. Alex Linnenkohl
    6. Tim Barnes
    7. Ryan Bartholomew
    8. Jake Kirkpatrick
    9. Kevin Kowalski
    10. Zack Williams

    DE:
    1. Robert Quinn
    2. DaQuan Bowers
    3. Cameron Jordan
    4. Adrian Clayborn
    5. Cameron Heyward
    6. JJ Watt
    7. Ryan Kerrigan
    8. Jabaal Sheard
    9. Justin Houston
    10. Brooks Reed
    11. Greg Romeus
    12. Allen Bailey
    13. Sam Acho
    14. Pernell McPhee
    15. Ricky Elmore

    DT:

    1. Marcell Dareus
    2. Nick Fairley
    3. Corey Liuget
    4. Phil Taylor
    5. Marvin Austin
    6. Christian Ballard
    7. Muhammad Wilkerson
    8. Stephen Paea
    9. Kendrick Ellis
    10. Jarvis Jenkins
    11. Drake Nevis
    12. Jerrell Powe
    13. Sione Fua

    LB:
    1. Von Miller
    2. Bruce Carter
    3. Martez Wilson
    4. Akeem Ayers
    5. Quan Sturdivant
    6. Greg Jones
    7. Chris Carter
    8. Mark Herzlich
    9. Kelvin Sheppard
    10. Nate Erving
    11. Lawrence Wilson
    12. Dontay Moch
    13. Casey Matthews
    14. Josh bynes
    15. Brian Rolle

    CB:

    1. Patrick Peterson
    2. Prince Amukamara
    3. Ras-i Dowling
    4. Jimmy Smith
    5. Aaron Williams
    6. Brandon Harris
    7. Curtis Brown
    8. Davon House
    9. Chykie Brown
    10. Johnny Patrick
    11. Curtis Marsh
    12. Brandon Burton
    13. Chimdi Chekwa
    14. Rashad Carmichael
    15. Jalil Brown
    16. Brandon Hogan
    17. Shareece Wright
    18. Buster Skrine
    19. Chris Culliver
    20. DeMarcus Van Dyke


    S:
    2. Rahim Moore
    3. Jaiquawn Jarrett
    4. Quinton Carter
    5. Deunta Willams
    6. Jeron Johnson
    7. Deandre Mcdaniel
    8. Ahmad Black
    9. Marcus Gilchrist
    10.Tyler Sash

    K:
    1. Alex Henery
    2. Kai Forbath

    P:
    1. Chas Henry
    2. Ryan Donahue
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    first things that jump out at me ..

    -pretty bold call on locker/gabbert .. what is behind that?
    -the only WR's I can put ahead of Greg L are AJG and JJ .. i think baldwin has received too much hate
    -clayborn ahead of heyward?

    looking forward to your mock/final rankings ..

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    Ain't no way Ras-I is ahead of Jimmy Smith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyg1984 View Post
    first things that jump out at me ..

    -pretty bold call on locker/gabbert .. what is behind that?
    -the only WR's I can put ahead of Greg L are AJG and JJ .. i think baldwin has received too much hate
    -clayborn ahead of heyward?

    looking forward to your mock/final rankings ..
    i ****ing hate gabbert....3rd round prospect at best. he and cam need to seriously fight over who should be president of the andrew luck fan club. gabbert had chances at mizzou and couldnt contend for the job and didnt even do that well when he did...now all of a sudden hes a professional franchise QB? i dont buy it at all

    i like little a ton, he actually visited the steelers yesterday or today which excites me....but hes still so raw and doesnt really have a true position. i think he might have the most potential out of any WR though.

    clayborn over heyward is a casuality of 43 vs 34 all in one list. i LOVE heyward as a 34end, but not at all as a 43 end or tackle. clayborn i like alot as a a 43 end and think he could be a pretty good 5 tech as well...it happened a lot when deciding who should go where, i think the only player i listed twice was wiz...5th guard, but #1 center

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanRooney View Post
    Ain't no way Ras-I is ahead of Jimmy Smith.
    explain why.

    first of all jimmy smith is being touted as a great prospect for a pro CB based on his size and speed, but its all potential. he has everything you need to look the part but in the wrong system or being forced in too soon he will likely bust. imo he wasnt even the best CB on colorado...jalil brown was better, but he doesnt translate to the pros remotely as close as smith

    rasi of 2009 would be right up there with amukamara imo....

    also over 1 slot in the rankings isnt really worth explaining, its just one spot...niot like i have him 5 over him

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    -if you were to put the RB's in a tier would williams, leshoure and ingram all be stuck together? i really dnt think much of ingram .. 3rd to 5th round is where i want a Rb.. Murray, Vereen, Rodgers, Jones, Devine ... feel like im leavin some out too

    -Jones ahead of Green .. was that an adjustment pre or post combine?

    -Stephen Paea -- does that ranking reflect a bunch injury risk? ive started developing a slight mancrush lately .. not necessarily for us, but the man is a beast

    -housler might be a project, but he has so much more upside than that ranking reflects imo ..

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    i expect all 13 of those DTs to be drafted in the first 4 rounds....so its pretty thin as far as rankings go but i like paea as a NT in a 43 playing next to a disruptive 3tech...in a 34 im not crazy about him

    ive always liked jones over green, for 2 years now. not a huge separation but i give jones my #1 ranking.

    i dont think any RBs are drafted in round 1 this year, but probably 5-6 in rounds 2 or 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    explain why.

    first of all jimmy smith is being touted as a great prospect for a pro CB based on his size and speed, but its all potential. he has everything you need to look the part but in the wrong system or being forced in too soon he will likely bust. imo he wasnt even the best CB on colorado...jalil brown was better, but he doesnt translate to the pros remotely as close as smith

    rasi of 2009 would be right up there with amukamara imo....

    also over 1 slot in the rankings isnt really worth explaining, its just one spot...niot like i have him 5 over him
    Potential? It's not like he was a 1 year starter. He's a much better cover corner than Ras-I. Teams wouldn't even throw his way in his senior year. Dowling probably would be the better fit for the Steelers because his physicality and ability to help in run-support but as a pure corner, Smith all day.

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    pure corner? i disagree....dowling is a much more polished cover corner, jimmy is a bit bigger and more durable

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    pure corner? i disagree....dowling is a much more polished cover corner, jimmy is a bit bigger and more durable
    If Ras-I was a more polished corner than Smith, he would be projected much higher than mid-2nd round. He's obviously the better tackler out of the two and is better in run support.

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