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Tombstone RJ
02-09-2013, 03:24 PM
What do you all think of this list?


Quarterbacks

1) Geno Smith – West Virginia (91.0)
2) Tyler Wilson – Arkansas (83.5)
3) Zac Dysert – Miami (OH) (83.5)
4) Matt Barkley – USC (82.0)
5) Mike Glennon – N.C. State (79.4)
6) Ryan Nassib – Syracuse (78.7)
7) EJ Manuel – Florida State (68.7)
8) Tyler Bray – Tennessee (67.8)
9) Landry Jones – Oklahoma (67.2)
10) Matt Scott – Arizona (55.4)

Running Backs

1) Giovani Bernard – North Carolina (84.0)
2) Eddie Lacy – Alabama (82.0)
3) Joseph Randle – Oklahoma State (80.6)
4) Andre Ellington – Clemson (79.7)
5) Stepfan Taylor – Stanford (75.6)
6) Montee Ball – Wisconsin (75.6)
7) Marcus Lattimore – South Carolina (74.9)
8) Johnathan Franklin – UCLA (72.3)
9) Christine Michael – Texas A&M (71.4)
10) Le’Veon Bell – Michigan State (71.2)

Wide Receivers

1) Cordarrelle Patterson – Tennessee (90.6)
2) DeAndre Hopkins – Clemson (87.8)
3) Keenan Allen – California (86.3)
4) Tavon Austin – West Virginia (85.4)
5) Quinton Patton – Louisiana Tech (83.8)
6) Terrance Williams – Baylor (83.6)
7) Robert Woods – USC (83.1)
8) Markus Wheaton – Oregon State (81.8)
9) Justin Hunter – Tennessee (81.8)
10) Stedman Bailey – West Virginia (79.0)

Offensive Line

1) Chance Warmack – OG-Alabama (95.9)
2) Luke Joeckel – OT- Texas A&M (95.3)
3) Erick Fisher – OT – Central Michigan (91.3)
4) Lane Johnson – OT- Oklahoma (86.9)
5) Jonathan Cooper – OG – North Carolina (86.9)
6) D.J. Fluker – OT – Alabama (85.5)
7) Larry Warford – OG – Kentucky (85.3)
8) Barrett Jones – OG – Alabama (85.1)
9) Dallas Thomas – OT – Tennessee (82.7)
10) Oday Oboushi – OT – Virginia (78.1)

Tight Ends

1) Tyler Eifert – Notre Dame (83.3)
2) Zach Ertz – Stanford (82.2)
3) Jordan Reed – Florida (80.5)
4) Travis Kelce – Cincinnati (80.0)
5) Gavin Escobar – San Diego State (79.0)
6) Philip Lutzenkirchen – Auburn (77.1)
7) Vance McDonald – Rice (76.0)
8) Chris Pantale – Boston College (68.5)
9) Dion Sims – Michigan State (67.0)
10) Levine Toilolo – Stanford (66.0)

Cornerbacks

1) Leon Sandcastle - ESPN (100)
1) Dee Milliner – Alabama (93.2)
2) Xavier Rhodes – Florida State (86.2)
3) Johnathan Banks – Florida International (84.4)
4) Desmond Trufant – Washington (84.1)
5) Robert Alford – Southeast Louisiana (81.1)
6) Leon McFadden – San Diego State (80.7)
7) Jamar Taylor – Boise State (79.5)
8) Blidi Wreh-Wilson – Connecticut (77.2)
9) David Amerson – N.C. State (74.4)
10) B.W. Webb – William & Mary (74.0)


Defensive Line

1) Barkevious Mingo – LSU - DE (92.8)
2) Star Lotulelei – Utah – DT (92.0)
3) Bjoern Werner – Florida State – DE (90.9)
4) Sheldon Richardson – Missouri – DT (90.7)
5) Sharrif Floyd – Florida – DT (90.3)
6) Ezekiel Ansah – BYU – DE (89.3)
7) Damontre Moore – Texas A&M – DE (89.2)
8) Dion Jordan – Oregon – DE (88.0)
9) Datone Jones – UCLA – DE (85.6)
10) Jesse Williams – Alabama – DT (85.5)

Linebackers

1) Arthur Brown – Kansas State – ILB (90.3)
2) Jarvis Jones – Georgia – OLB (88.8)
3) Manti Te’o – Notre Dame –ILB (87.5)
4) Alex Ogletree – Georgia – ILB (84.0)
5) Kevin Minter – LSU – ILB (84.0)
6) Sean Porter – Texas A&M – OLB (79.8)
7) Chase Thomas – Stanford – OLB (79.4)
8) Khaseem Greene – Rutgers – OLB (78.8)
9) Gerald Hodges – Penn State – OLB (72.4)
10) Michael Mauti – Penn State –ILB (71.8)

Safeties

1) Kenny Vaccaro – Texas – SS (87.7)
2) Eric Reid – LSU – FS (87.5)
3) John Cyprien – Florida International – FS (84.6)
4) D.J. Swearinger – South Carolina – SS (81.4)
5) Matt Elam – Florida – FS (80.0)
6) J.J. Wilcox – Georgia Southern – FS (77.0)
7) Shawn Williams – Georgia – SS (74.8)
8) Phillip Thomas – Fresno State – SS (74.1)
9) Tony Jefferson – Oklahoma – FS (73.2)
10) Zeke Motta – Notre Dame – SS (71.2)

Specialists (Of the Kickers and Punters receiving grades)

1) Dustin Hopkins – Florida State – K (69.5)
2) Quinn Sharp – Oklahoma State – K (61.9)
3) Caleb Sturgis – Florida – K (59.2)
4) Dylan Breeding – Arkansas – P (51.4)
5) Ryan Allen – Louisiana Tech – P (50.0)

extralife
02-09-2013, 03:28 PM
I want Barkevious Mingo because that is the best name ever and immediately reminds me of that Key and Peele sketch.

also lol at Leon Sandcastle

SlyEli
02-09-2013, 03:55 PM
That's the highest I've seen Arthur Brown. Are these your ratings? I haven't seen brown going anywhere in the first round. While i do agree that te'o is overrated I still think Jones is the best mlb

Tombstone RJ
02-09-2013, 04:43 PM
These rankings come from the kc chiefs website... not my rankings. Just wanted some of your all's opinions on it.

Drunken.Broncoholic
02-09-2013, 07:27 PM
EJ Manuel should be higher. I got Werner over mingo

ward63
02-09-2013, 07:35 PM
Dysert is the real deal...I have been working at Miami and watched almost every game. He was not in an offense that fit him, at least his senior year. Not that he will be a bronco

rmsanger
02-09-2013, 07:42 PM
seems pretty obvious that we will be drafting CB early and often to bolster our chokejobs.

Rohirrim
02-09-2013, 09:10 PM
I want Leon Sandcastle. I've watched film on the guy and I'll tell you, he's an absolute speedster. You can't coach speed. I'll lay my scouting credentials on the line with this one; Leon will be a HOF corner.

DBroncos4life
02-09-2013, 09:23 PM
How in the world did they not have Jordan Poyer on that list?

gunns
02-09-2013, 09:37 PM
I've seen some mocks that have Joeckel going first to the Chiefs and Lotulelei going 2nd.

Bacchus
02-09-2013, 09:56 PM
A lot of the RBs are close together and they bring different things to the table. I think Ball should be higher but he really isn't that fast so that might drop him on some boards.

Al Wilson
02-10-2013, 03:32 AM
It's a weak draft for linebackers and safeties. I like Christine Michael as a sleeper for running back. Would be a great pick in round 3-4. Was hardly used in Texas A&M but he's very explosive and powerful.

Requiem
02-10-2013, 09:58 AM
These #'s are from NFL.com's 2013 Draft Website with their grades.

They will continue to change. They are fluid and not finished. Le'Veon Bell was in the mid 80s a week ago.