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Mario-Rijo
02-06-2009, 10:45 AM
Not sure I agree with them all. Jason Smith the top OT with Andre Smith 3rd, Laurinaitis better than Maualuga, Eric Wood over Alex Mack? I think a pretty fair argument could be made for the latter 2 I stated but the former is not correct IMO. In fact the entire OT comparison is off to me. Also I think Orakpo and Maybin could end up at DE (especially Maybin) even though either could also be a 3-4 OLB.

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Mike Mayock's top prospects by position for the 2009 NFL Draft
Rank Player School

Quarterbacks
1 *Matthew Stafford Georgia
2 *Mark Sanchez Southern California
3 *Josh Freeman Kansas State
4 *Nate Davis Ball State
5 Rhett Bomar Sam Houston State

Running backs
1 *Chris Wells Ohio State
2 *Knowshon Moreno Georgia
3 *LeSean McCoy Pittsburgh
4 *Donald Brown Connecticut
5 *Mike Goodson Texas A&M

Fullback
1 Tony Fiammetta Syracuase
2 Quinn Johnson LSU
3 Brannan Southerland Georgia

Wide receivers
1 *Michael Crabtree Texas Tech
2 *Jeremy Maclin Missouri
3 *Darrius Heyward-Bey Maryland
4 *Percy Harvin Florida
5 *Kenny Britt Rutgers

Tight ends
1 Brandon Pettigrew Oklahoma State
2 Shawn Nelson Southern Mississippi
3 Cornelius Ingram Florida
4 *James Casey Rice
5 Travis Beckum Wisconsin

Centers
1 Max Unger Oregon
2 Eric Wood Louisville
3 Alex Mack California
4 A.Q. Shipley Penn State
5 Antoine Caldwell Alabama

Guards
1 Andy Levitre Oregon State
2 Duke Robinson Oklahoma
3 Kraig Urbik Wisconsin
4 Tyronne Green Auburn
5 Herman Johnson LSU

Offensive tackles
1 Jason Smith Baylor
2 Eugene Monroe Virginia
3 *Andre Smith Alabama
4 Michael Oher Mississippi
5 *Eben Britton Arizona

Defensive ends
Rk Player School
1 Tyson Jackson LSU
2 Paul Kruger Utah
3 Robert Ayers Tennessee
4 Michael Bennett Texas A&M
5 Michael Johnson Georgia Tech

Defensive tackles
1 B.J. Raji Boston College
2 Peria Jerry Mississippi
3 Ron Brace Boston College
4 Fili Moala Southern California
5 Evander 'Ziggy' Hood Missouri

Inside linebackers
1 James Laurinaitis Ohio State
2 Rey Maualuga Southern California
3 Darry Beckwith LSU
4 Dannell Ellerbe Georgia
5 Jason Phillips Texas Christian

Outside linebackers
1 Aaron Curry Wake Forest
2 Brian Orakpo Texas
3 Brian Cushing Southern California
4 *Aaron Maybin Penn State
5 Everette Brown Florida State

Safeties
1 Louis Delmas Western Michigan
2 Rashad Johnson Alabama
3 Patrick Chung Oregon
4 William Moore Missouri
5 Michael Hamlin Clemson

Cornerbacks
1 Malcolm Jenkins Ohio State
2 *Vontae Davis Illinois
3 Alphonso Smith Wake Forest
4 Darius Butler Connecticut
5 *D.J. Moore Vanderbilt



* -- underclassman granted special eligibility

Check NFL.com for updates to Mike Mayock's top five prospects at each position. This list will continue to change until the 2009 NFL Draft on April 25-26 in New York City.

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OesterPoster
02-06-2009, 12:34 PM
I can't remember where I saw it, but he was pretty damn accurate last year. His rankings were right on-spot, especially when compared to Kiper.

blumj
02-06-2009, 04:57 PM
I can't remember where I saw it, but he was pretty damn accurate last year. His rankings were right on-spot, especially when compared to Kiper.

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