2011 Player Ratings

This Draft is a mess. There is not a clear cut number one pick in the Draft. However there is a lot of depth and the Pats look set to make a killing. Keeping watching my site. I am not working on the team needs and reformatting my Mock. It should be up by the weekend, with luck!  

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Name-HT, WT, 40, Vert, (U)- Unofficial, S- 10 Yard Split,

POS

SCHOOL

1

*Patrick Peterson- 6', 219, 4.32-4.37(U),          

CB/S

LSU

Dare I say he reminds me of a bigger Charles Woodson.  He is a Press-man shutdown corner. He is one of those guys who flashed so fast on tape that it is easy to miss what is happening. Averaged 16 Yard Per punt return.

9.7

2

*Marcell Dareus- 6-3, 319, 4.94-4.92 (U), S-1.66-1.71(U), 27 R

DE

Alabama

He might be the best pure 3-4 D-End prospects I've ever seen. 

9.7

3

*Da'Quan Bowers- 6-4, 272, 

DE 

Clemson

Amazing passrusher, who might be better against the run. He had a truly amazing season last year. 

9.7X

4

*Nick Farley- 6-3 7/8, 291, 4.86-4.82(U), S-1.76-1.78(U)  

DT

Auburn

I watched him play early in the season against Georgia, and that was it for me. You only needed to watch this guy play once to see the power in his hands, feet, and hips where of NFL caliber. He's not Ndamukong Suh, but he's the best DT in this years draft. 

9.7CC

5

Von Miller- 6-2, 245, 

OLB/PR

Texas A&M 

Pure flash and dash on the edge. The best edge rusher in the Draft. His only question is size. He is just a little small. However, his speed and quickness on the edge is starling. He made more blockers completely whiff in one-on-one drills at the Senior Bowl than any player I've ever seen. It was truly amazing to watch this kid in passrush drill. Plus, he turns the Corner on the edge better than any prospect I've ever seen. He had 17.5 Sacks as a Junior and came back.  

9.7

6

*Blaine Gabbert- 6-5, 220 

QB

Missouri 

He has everything you want physically in a QB. However, he has struggled with immaturity, and whispers of misbehaving. That is not what you want from a top QB prospect. Reminds me of Jay Cutler. Clearly should have stayed in school. 

9.7

7

*Julio Jones- 6-3, 225, 

WR

Oklahoma ST 

Amazing size and skills. Had a bad sophomore season where is it looked like he lost his hands. However, last season he regained his hands and catches the ball with ease again.

9.7

8

*AJ Green- 6-2 5/8, 211, 4.48-4.51(U), 34 3/8” Arms, 34.5”,

WR

Georgia

He has the best hands of any receiver I've ever seen. 

9.7

9

Prince Amukamara-  6', 200, 

CB

Nebraska

Not much difference between Peterson and him, only I think Peterson just a little smoother.  

9.7

10

Robert Quinn- 6-4, 265, 4.73-4.67(U), S-1.63-1.69, 9'8", 34", 22 Reps,

DE

North Carolina

Super athlete, who is still more promise than production. He has some issues that everyone seems to be ignoring. However, he is only 20 years old, and was a star passrusher at North Carolina as a teenager, and that has to be seen as impressive. This was also a teenager who was consistently Chipped and double-teamed and still produced is even more impressive.

9.6CC-X

11

*Cam Newton 6-5, 250, 

QB

Auburn

Easily has the most upside of any QB in the Draft, but he also standing at the edge of the cliff. he should clearly stay in school. However, the NCAAs are clearly trying to push him out of school. If I had my choice of the 3 I would probably take Newton, at least you know he loves the game. He should clearly have stayed in school.

9.6CC

12

*Tyron Smith- 6-5, 307, 36 3/8" Arms, 29 Reps,

OT

USC

Light Right Tackle who a lot of scouts think can play on the left side. he needs to add some weight and strength, or be stuck in the swing tackle mode.    

9.6

13

Cameron Jordan- 6-3, 290,      

DE

California

Big 3-4 D-End, who played a 3-4 D-End in college. He is a hard worker. Never stops. Super hustler. The more I watch him the more I like him. Watching him at the Senior Bowl Practices has been a pleasure. I know it doesn't exactly fit the BB system, but getting a 3-4 D-End who can rush the passer more than a little would be huge for this defense. With the 3-W's (Warren, Wilfork, and Warren) we don't really need a run stuffing D-End), adding a D-End who can play the run, but also get the QB with more consistency than the 3-W's would be huge for this defense and especially the outside guys rushing the QB.    

9.6

14

*Jimmy Smith- 6-1.5, 211, 4.38-4.44(U) 

CB

Colorado 

He has everything you want in a Corner, except an abundance of character. 1. He sometimes has trouble focusing on the field. He has had troubles off the field as well. He had a better season in 2009 than 2010.  

9.6CC

15

Aldon Smith- 6-4, 250,  

OLB/DE

Missouri 

The draft just got a lot more interesting for the Pats. He is a tall, long armed pure passrusher. He had 11.5 Sacks as a Redshirt freshman in 2009. He looked ready to continue his dominate edge rushing in 2010, but broke a bone in his legs. He still came back to 5.5 Sacks and showed the athleticism and knack for hitting the quarterback. However, I thought he could have used another year in school.   

9.6

16

Ryan Kerrigan- 6-3, 260 

OLB/DE

Purdue 

All out all the time Passrusher. He has some similarities to Terrell Suggs. He could go much higher or much lower depending on 40 time.

9.5

17t

Gabe Carimi- 6-6, 320, 35.5" Arms 

OT 

Wisconson

Steadily got better as the season progressed, and was a force as a run blocker and a pass blocker in the Rose Bowl. 

9.5

17t

Anthony Castonzo- 6-7, 300, 

OT

BC

He is a terrific prospect with a terrific wingspan. Tough, and has a lot of experience battle in the trenches at BC.  

9.6

19

Phil Taylor- 6-5, 335 

NT

Baylor 

This guy is a beast. He will go very high in this Draft. He has some Character Concerns, and was tossed out of Penn St. However, his talent is as immense as his size. Think Vince Wilfork, only taller and with longer arms!  

9.6CC

20

Nate Solder- 6-8 302, 

OT

Colorado

Converted TE who is still learning to play, but he should be the first OT taken. 

9.6

21

*Justin Houston- 6-3, 250 

OLB/DE

Georgia 

He played a passrushing DE in 2009 and didn't look out of place. He played a 3-4 OLB in 2010, and didn't look out of place. He is a super freak whose stock will soar come Combine time.   

9.5

22

*JJ Watts- 6-5, 290, 

DE/OLB

Wisconson

I only saw him play twice, but that was enough. He has the speed to play the edge in a 3-4, and the size and strength to play D-End. 

9.6

23

*Mark Ingram-  5-10, 215,     

RB

Alabama 

Since this is for Pats fans, he has the power and toughness of BJG-E and the speed and quickness of the Amazing Woodhead. Plus, he has the feet of Mercury. All in one tiny Heisman Trophy winning body. I'll take this guy on my team anytime. With the amazing depth at RB this year, I have problems believing a team would take a RB in the 1st Round. However this player in this situation maybe the exception.

9.6

24

Marvin Austin- 6-2, 295, 

DT

North Carolina

I thought he would have been a top ten pick last year. This year? Who the hell knows? However, he will be playing in the East-West game in a couple of weeks. 

9.6CC

25

Cameron Heyward- 6-5, 290, 

DE

Ohio ST

Just a pure force at D-End. Plays with amazing power and leverage. Easily the second best 3-4 D-End prospect. He was amazing in his Bowl game. He was playing with a bad shoulder and was still rag-dolling every O-Linemen they put in front of him.

9.6X

26

Jake Locker-  6-4, 231, 

QB

Washington

I'm not his biggest fan. However, he has improved his foot work from last season. When he can 3-5-7 and step into his throw in rhythm the better he is. The more he has to use his terrible feet to gain time to throw, the worse he is. Not a bad scrambler, but once he's out of the pocket he needs to run not throw. His record as a starter has to count against him. However, the team he played on last season was terrible and that has to be taken into consideration. I would not want to be the coach that is saddle with a top ten pick and a desperate need at QB this year. Anyone of these four guys could turn into the real deal or explode into nothingness. All three Juniors clearly should have stayed in school, and if they choose to come out that is just another decision you have to question, and the last thing a head coach wants is a QB who decisions you consistently have to question.     

9.5

27

*Corey Liuget- 6-3, 295, 5.06-4.95(U), S-1.75(U), 

DE/DT

Illinois 

Interior passrusher whose potential has a lot of draftnics in a tizzy. Huge-huge thighs. He is all long arms and lower body power. Nice bubble butt. I have been watching film of him, and he sure lookslike a 3-4 D-End to me. He played a lot of 3-4 D-End at Illinois,   

9.5

28

Adrian Clayborn- 6-4, 280, 4.81(U), S-1.72(U), 32.5" Arms,    

DE

Iowa

He would have been my top player coming into this season after his amazing Junior year. However, he appeared fat and out of shape this year. He still has those amazing feet and hands and still had that knack for making the big play at the big time, but if it wasn't a injury that slowed him down as a senior, he might drop down pretty far.  

9.5X

29

*Akeem Ayers- 6-4, 255,  

OLB/DE/PassR

UCLA 

Super freak player. He seems to have the size and speed to do anything he wants on the field, but by the end of the game he to consistently seems to have done to little. However, 3-4 D-Coaches have to be dreaming of what they can do with this guy on the edge. 

9.6

30

Mike Pouncey- 6-3, 240,  

OG

Florida 

Very good but not great like his brother. I think you have to lower all the OGs in this Draft, because the depth with players who can play OG and OC i sdeeper than I have ever seen. There will be players who started at both position and can start at either position as a rookie going into the 4th Round.   

9.5

31

Stephen Paea- 6-2, 305, 49 Reps!  

DT

Oregon ST 

A little undersized, but strong and never stops hustling. A lot of teams will be interested in a 300 pound DT with a motor like his, but it is very tough for a GM to take a 6-1 DT in the 1st Round.  

9.5X

32

Leonard Hankerson- 6-1.5, 209, 4.47-4.45(U), 

WR

Miami 

I watched him early in the year and he looked like he had some Michael Irvin in him. Another guy I probably have rated higher than most, but I just liked how he played when I watched him. He had a great Senior Bowl. He caught the ball all over the field, and probably should have been the Senior Bowl MVP. He dominated not just in the game, and in the one-on-one passing drills, which are geared towards allow the WRs to dominate, he also dominated in the team drills all week at the Senior Bowl. If this guy can run under a 4.5 he should slip into the 1st Round.  

He does a nice job catching the ball over his head. He does a nice job adjusting to the ball in the air. When you talk about a guy who can control his body and speed this is the guy. When you talk about a guy who can play in different gears this is the guy. When you talk about a guy who can reach top gear, and then drop his weight and make a sharp break on an In, Out, Flag, or Post this is the guy.

9.4

Second Round

33

Titus Young- 5-11.5, 170,  

WR

Boise ST 

Saw him play at Boise a few time and was always impressed with his speed. I though the was exceptionally dynamic with the ball in his hands in his Bowl Game. Then in the Senior Practices, he just looked like a Patriot's mighty might receiver. All flash and dash all over the field. His ability to create separation with his speed and his quickness is astonishing. I know this is blasphamy, but looked like a faster Deion Branch.  

9.5CC

34

*Aaron Williams- 6', 204, 4.53-4.52(U), 

CB/FS

Texas 

He looks like he should be nice pick in the 2nd Round. He is stacked. He has a huge upper body and shoulders for a DB. He looks like a Safety, but man does he have the feet of a CB.

9.5

35

*Brandon Harris- 5-10, 190, 

CB

Miami

Smart fast and aggressive. What more do you want in a Corner. Sweet-sweet feet. 

9.5

36

Mikel Leshoure- 6-1, 225 

RB

Illinois 

A big RB who seems to have the speed to some serious damage. A lot of draftnics think he should be the 1st RB off the board. 

9.5

37

*Muhammed Wilkerson- 6-4.5, 300,  

DT/DE

Temple 

A lot of scouts are high on this guy, and he should sneak into the 2nd round. 

9.4

38

Derek Sherrod- 6-5, 305,  

OT/OG

Mississippi ST

Played OLT n college and is light on his feet. Another OLT prospect who might be better off inside at OG. it is a very unusual year for OT, there are a lot of good OLT prospects in this Draft, but no a great one.   

9.4

39

*Rahim Moore- 6-1, 197,  

UCLA

Interesting prospect, but I have a hard time seeing him go in the 1st Round. 

9.5

40

*Torrey Smith6-1, 200, 4.3       

WR

Maryland

Do everything WR who is rumored to be a legit 4.3 guy. I f that is true he won't last long in the 2nd Round. He is still of a body catcher, and doesn't always seem to trust his hands. Primarily made his bones as a return guy un until last season. He develop into a solid WR, but has a long way to go before you could say he is an NFL WR. He will be drafted more on potential, speed, and return ability than as a pure WR.     

9.4

41

Daniel Thomas- 6-1, 230, 

RB

Kansas ST

Big and fast runningback who is also a great receiver out of the backfield. Saw him play 3 times this year and was Kansas State's only real option on offense and everybody knew it, and he still came through time after time, even though the defense was stacked against him.  

9.4

42

Danny Watkins- 6-3, 310,  

OG

Baylor 

He made a ton of money at the Senior Bowl. He looked a little overwhelmed and often out of place at OLT at Baylor. He played OG exclusively at the Senior Bowl, and he did not look overwhelmed or out of place at all. In fact, he looked like he found a home. He is a 27 year old prospect. He has terrific upper body strength. He does a great job getting low, under the defender, and pushing him out and up. He also has some meanness to his game, which every team needs on the O-Line. I think he is going to go a lot lower than people think, because of his age and the depth at OG in this Draft. There are a ton of talented interior O-Linemen in this Draft. He is listed as an OG/OC, though I saw no evidence that he can play OC at Baylor or the Senior Bowl. What I did see was a pure mean and nasty OG who a lot of coaches would like to have on their team. 

9.4

43

Ben Ijalana- 6-4, 315, 

OG/OT

Villanova

Big boned, big body, and long armed Division 2 OT with nice feet. However, he just doesn't impress me on film so far. he looks like an OG to me. He looks like he should be a Steeler's-type mauler, but really plays more lie a Patriots-type finesse blocker.     

9.4X

44

Lance Kendricks- 6-3, 245,  

TE

Wisconson 

Excellent receiver, and despite his skinny frame he is a very good blocker. 

9.4

45

Chris Carter- 6-1, 240, 

OLB

Fresno

Terrific blast off the line, and he can turn the Corner. He looked real athletic at the Senior Bowl He had 11 Sacks as a Senior. He is a bright kid who gets it. Works hard, hates lose, and is tough as nails, what more do you want from an edge rusher. I know a little more height would nice.   

9.4

46

*Ryan Mallett- 6-7, 220

QB

Arkansas

Great arm. He has everything you want physically in a QB. Just needs to prove he has the intangibles. He should clearly have stayed in school. Rumors of drugs and misadventures will cause him to drop into the 2nd Round.

9.4CC

47

Rodney Hudson- 6-2, 290,  

OG/OC 

Florida ST

Okay, here come the O-Guards. Small, fast, and subtly strong. He plays like a Patriots OG, and with Logan Mankins and Stephen Neal both potentially gone next season they will have to take an insurance policy at some point. 

9.4

48

Stephen Wisnieski- 6-3, 300,     

OG/OC

Penn ST

Played OC and OG with distinction at Penn St. Puts the ugly in big uglies, but the more I watch him the more I like him.    

9.4

49

Clint Boling- 6-5, 315,  

OL 

Georgia

Played OK at the Senior Bowl. But struggled a little with position. He gets to the second level nicely. Plays a little high, and is a bit of a waist bender. Difficult prospect, he can look so good and then look so bad on the very next play. Inconsistency is the deathnel for O-Linemen.

9.4

50

DeMarcus Van Dyke- 6', 195, 4.28,  

CB

Miami 

he has nice size and speed, and has that knack for shadowing the WR. He just seem to play well whenever I watched him. 

9.4

51

*Martez Wilson- 6-4, 250, 

LB

Illinois

Another interesting prospect the Pats won't be interested in. he should easily make it into the 2nd Day. I have been watching  a lot of Illinois film, and man is this guy athletic. He looks better to me out in space and might be better off as an OLB. 

9.4

52

*Kyle Rudolph- 6-6, 260,  

TE

Notre Dame 

Nice size and good blocker. He has good hands but does create a lot of separation. I think he is a slightly overrated prospect who will need to run under a 4.6 at the Combine to get picked in the 1st round.  

9.4X

53

Quinton Carter- 6-1, 300 

S

Oklahoma 

Super underrated prospect who is going to be a steal on the 2nd day. Did a great job in one-on-one passing drills at Senior Bowl, which is a drill designed for WRs to dominate, and many Corners have been made to look foolish. He look like a CB in coverage. He ran with every WR they put in front of him. He stayed in his backpedal and turn and run with terrific speed and quickness. 

9.4

54

*Jurrell Casay- 6-1, 295,  

DT

USC 

His best positions looks like a 3-technique DT, unless he can add some weight and strength. 

9.4

55

 Jeremy Beal- 6-3, 256, 

OLB/DE

Oklahoma

Very interesting 3-4 D-End prospect. Very smart team leader who could add a lot to patriots defense. Plays with good strength and leverage, but lacks a little speed and might drop out of 1st Round. 

 

9.4

56

Christian Ballard- 6-4, 290,  

DT/DE

Iowa 

looks like a D-End playing D-Tackle inside at Iowa. Tough and quick and seems to have grown an inch and 3- to 40 pounds as a Senior. If he really is 6-4 and 300 pounds, he would make a nice 3-4 D-End in BB's defense. I'll remain skeptical until the Combine. 

9.3

57

Jarvis Jenkins- 6-3, 315,  

DT 

Clemson

Played better in the Senior Bowl game than I ever saw him play at Clemson. Showed some nice quickness and One-Gap burst. He should a burst off the line and was splitting the OC and OG all day at the Senior Bowl. I saw him strictly as a two-gap guy who could eat up blockers. But he showed some quickness and moves at the Senior Bowl which he didn’t show last season.

9.3

58

Bruce Carter- 6-3, 240,  

LB

North Carolina 

Super athlete, who is still more promise than production.  

9.5X

59

Curtis Brown- 6', 180 

CB

Texas 

I thought he played well at the Senior Bowl. He has a nice backpedal, but I’d like to see a little more quickness. Still, he gets low, keeps his arms move, head up, and stays smooth and in balance. Comes out of his backpedal, moving forward, with a nice burst and shoulders low like he is going to hit someone. He has nice long arms. He can plant one foot and come back to the ball with nice quickness.

9.3

60

*Ryan Williams- 5-10, 206,  

RB

Virginia tech 

If he can control whatever it was that made his coach not trust him, he should be an interesting steal. When watching him in 2009 I was blown away. He has that knack for getting yards that aren't there like all the great ones had. Plus, it seemed everytime I looked up he was bustin' it for 40 plus yards. If the Pats took a shot at getting the 2009 Williams at 60 i would not complain.

9.1X

61

*Jerrell Powe- 6-2, 285,  

NT

Mississippi 

Hot and cold player who did not impress me a lot.  

9.3

42

Drake Nevis- 6-', 290,  

DT

LSU 

Another interesting DT prospect whose size will be an issue on Day One. 

9.3

63

Marcus Gilcrest- 5-11, 190,  

CB/FS 

Clemson

Plays nice off man. He played both Safety and Corner at Clemson, and in this new pass-first-ask-questions-later-NFL, he looks like he could be a terrific ball hawking FS. He did a nice job covering WR at the Senior Bowl. He showed he could run deep with them better that scouts thought. Very nice feet in the backpedal, really quick feet in the backfield. Nice snap in his hips, but sometimes it doesn’t look smooth, he sometimes takes an elongated step as he comes out of his transition. He does a nice job turning and running. Smart in coverage and looks like he knows what he is doing. He can recognize the route and run it for the WR. Not as smooth in press, but he can play off-man in the NFL. Underrated hitter. If you catch the ball in front of him, his experience at Safety really shows. He really did a nice job in coverage at the Senior Bowl.    

8.9

64

Kelvin Sheppard - 6-2, 240,  

ILB

LSU 

Thin guy who looks like he needs some more sand in his pants, but every time I watch him play he is making tackles all over the field

9.3

65

Jabaal Sheard - 6-3, 260,  

OLB/DE 

Pittsburgh

looks like a very interesting Edge Rusher in the 2nd Round. I only saw him play a few times, but he showed good hands and speed whenever I watched him play. Plus, once Romeus went down he was a one-man band on passing down and opponents knew it. 

9.3

66

Vincent Brown- 6', 200 

WR

San Diego ST 

Great Wide Receiver prospect. Great Hands. Great quickness. Great feet. Nice size and strength, but not a physically dominate WR. He gets open by running perfect routes and flashing his quickness with explosive cuts, but everyone says he lacks speed.

9.3

67

Ras-I Dowling- 6-2, 200,     

CB/FS

Virginia

great size and speed ratio. Plus, he can cover. He has the size to play Free Safety and the cover skills to play Corner. I very interesting prospect.  

9.5X

68

DeAndre McDaniel- 6-2, 210 

S

Clemson 

Every time I watch Clemson he impressed me. 

9.3

69

*Robert Sands- 6-2, 215,  

SS/TT-LB

West Virginia 

Very interesting player. He is a very large Safety prospects, but plays with terrific competitive speed. Great hitter.  

9.3

70

*Brandon Burton- 6-1, 185 

CB

Utah 

Up and down season makes it very difficult to project where he will go. 

9.2

71

*Dion Lewis- 5-8, 195 

RB

Pittsburgh 

Small but terrific talent. He is a pure flash in the pan, and might have the best pure Quickness of any player in this draft. Great feet. 

9.3

72

Jalil Brown- 6', 205,  

CB

Colorado 

He is a terrific Cover Corner. He looks just as comfortable in off man and Press. He made a lot of money at the Senior Bowl where he looked like the best CB on the field.

9.4

73

Dontay Moch- 6-2, 229,  

OLB/DE 

Nevada

He is a menace out on the edge. He is rumored to have legit 4.3 speed, and he plays fast. His size is very troubling, but he plays stronger than his weight and he doesn't have bad hands. What he has is great speed and great athleticism. 

9.2

74

Sam Ocho - 6-3, 255 

OLB/DE

Texas 

Super high character guy who can get to the QB. There has to be place for him on Day Two. 

9.2

75

Allen Bailey- 6-3, 280,  

DE

Miami 

He has the speed and athleticism of a D-End and the size and strength of a D-Tackle. He looks like he was born to play a 3-4 D-End in BB's 3-4. However, production has always been a problem for him. Doesn't have good instincts, and has trouble locating the ball.

9.2

76

Greg  Romeus- 6-5, 250,  

DE

Pittsburgh 

Terrific passrusher, but I don't see him as a OLB in 3-4. However, if his knee is sound their are a lot of 4-3 teams that will ecstatic to take him in the 2nd Round  

9.2X

77

Ian Williams- 6-2, 305,  

NT/DT 

Notre Dame

He played NT at Notre Dame, and played it very well. he has great hands that he uses exceptionally well. he is  a very underrated prospect who should go on the 2nd Day or be a great steal on the 3rd day. 

9.2

78

John Moffit- 6-3, 300,  

OG/OC

Wisconson 

A big tough run blocking OG who is also nifty in pass protection. I could not have been more impressed with him in the Rose Bowl. 

9.2

79

Kendall Hunter- 5-8, 200,     

RB

Oklahoma ST

Great college RB, who had a great Senior season, but he is only 5-8. I'd take him on my team any time, but his size has to be a worry. Unless he run under a 4.4 he will probably be taken in the 3rd Round.  

9.3

80

DeMarco Murray- 6-1, 225, 

RB

Oklahoma

Big and fast, but not very nifty. Excellent receiver out of the backfield. When he wasn't injured he was very productive, and really had a great Senior season.   

9.2

81

Greg Little- 6-2, 220,  

WR 

North Carolina

Looks the part. really exploded as a player at he end of the 2009 season. he really looked to me like a 1st Round talent at WR, and then disaster.  

9.4CC

82

Greg Jones- 6-1, 250,  

ILB/PassR

Michigan ST 

Freakish player. Very hard to classify. ILB who is good against the run, but his best asset might be how he rushes the passer. 

9.2

83

James Carpender- 6-5, 320 

OT

Alabama 

Looked better at OLT than I remembered. Not the niftiest feet, and I’m not sure he is a starting left tackle in the NFL, but he can play out there in an emergency, and looked like a legit starting Right Tackle to me. Plus, he can kick in at OG.

9.1

84

Randell Cobb- 5-10.25, 191, 4.45(U), 33.5”, 9’7”, 16 reps,   

WR

Kentucky 

Left handed. He played the Wildcat QB like Ronnie Brown at Miami , they are both left handed throwers. He ran for 22 TDs at Kentucky . He is a dynamic kick and punt returner. He had 144 Receptions. He is as dynamic with the ball in his hands as anyone in this Draft. He is also a high character kid. He really has nice natural hands. He blew away the Gantlet drill at the combine. His question is route running and catching the ball down field. He showed he has nice natural hands and doesn’t fight the ball at all. Needs to cut sharper. Sometimes he doesn’t get slow or low, he just runs around the corner. He needs to control his speed better. He wants to go full speed all the time. He did a nice job catching the deep ball at the Combine, which is very important for him. He can track the ball over his head, adjust his body and speed and catch it.

9.4

85

Justin Boren- 6-3, 300 

OG

Ohio ST 

Athletically sound, technically perfect OG, who could step in and play on the Pats O-Line when ever the ridiculously greedy owners lock out is done. He was perfect in Ohio State's bowl game. He should still be around in the 3rd Round

9.1

86

William Rackley- 6-3, 300 

OC

Lehigh 

Great Division 2 Center who made a lot of money this off season. He player so well at the East-West that they gave him a shot in the Senior Bowl, which almost always guarantees a Second Day pick.  

9.1

87

Pernell McPhee- 6-3, 260,  

DE

Miss ST 

Interesting prospect who always seems to disappoint me when I watch him play. They moved him around a lot at Miss St, and he even lined up a lot in a two-point this past season as he started preparing for the NFL. He has nice long arms that he can use well. He seems a little vulnerable at the point of attack. He played a lot on the Left side at the Senior Bowl. He looked bigger to me, especially in the legs. He has a nice lower base. Understands contain, and seemed to want to set the edge first as the ball was snapped. He also showed a lot of hustle and open field speed. Chasing the ball across to the other side of the field consistently. he has nice long spider arms

9.3

88

Shareece Wright- 6-4, 250 

CB/FS

USC 

Another guy who made a lot of money at the Senior Bowl. Physical and smart WR, who loves to compete and didn’t back down to anyone at the Senior Bowl. I really like this guy in Press man. Attacks the ball in front of him with great speed and prejudice. He garnered 73 Tackles, 10 PBU, and 7 TFL at USC last season. He has a really nice break on the ball. Understands how to play aggressive man coverage, and he will be looked at by coaches who want to play a Press cover two system in the 2nd Round. He can make a play on the ball in the air. Not the best hands, but he is tough to catch a ball on. Terrific hits and physicality in coverage. Doesn’t like WRs and can’t stand when they beat him. Has a nice chuck with his hands.

9.1

89

Marcus Cannon- 6-5, 350,     

OT

TCU

I can see why scouts are so torn on this guy. He might have the best feet moving backwards in kickstep, but is a mess in so many other ways. Easily the worst run blocker of all the top OLT prospects. He played great in the first half of his Bowl game, and then Cameron Heyward destroyed him in the 2nd half. 

9.1

90

Luke Stocker- 6-6, 256,  

TE

Tennessee 

He made a lot of money at the Senior Bowl. Scouts, GMs, coaches, and Draftnics were all raving over his play and potential at the Senior Bowl. He blocked well. He should nice speed in his patterns. He ran one pattern were he flashed off the line in play action and impacted the MLB nicely, and then seeming not even slowing down kept crossing and caught the ball smoothly and naturally ten yards down field without slowing at all. Smart guy. I liked how he tried to get physical with McDaniel on his first attempt, and then when McDaniel was off on his second attempt he cut off the route and caught the easy 5-yard catch.

9.1

91

DeMarcus Love- 6-4, 315, 

OT/OG

Arkansas

Big and interesting OLT prospect. He has a tendency to lunge sometimes in pass protection, and I just don't see him going in the 1st Round. However, he should be a very profitable pick for someone in the 2nd.     

9.1

92

Cliff Mathews- 6-3, 250,  

OLB

South Carolina 

Inconsistent edge rusher who looks like an OLB but played De in college. Really come on late in the season and was the best defender on the field against Auburn. The more I watch him the more I liked him. 

9.1

93

DJ Williams- 6-2, 250,  

H-Back 

Arkansas

Great receiver out of the backfield. Amazing speed and athleticism for an H-Back. Reminds me of Gonzalez. Surprisingly blocked better at the Senior Bowl than I saw at Arkansas . Dominated passing drills at the Senior Bowl, he was just too big, quick, and fast for everybody they put in front of him. He needs to be used as an H-Back or used specially like Hernandez was last season, but he clearly has the talent to get open and catch the ball in the NFL. 

9.0

94

Christian Ponder- 6-3, 225 

QB

Fla ST 

Played last season with an injured arm. When I watched him play at Fla ST , he was unimpressive. Last season his play was so bad he looked undraftable. However, at the Senior Bowl it was revealed that he had an arm injury during the season and probably should not have been playing. So I took that as a positive. He look good in practice, which is better than I ever saw him play at Fla ST. He was clearly the best QB during the game, and won MVP. Although, the MVP of this years Senior Bowl was a bit of a joke, as no one on the South Team really stood out, it was more a matter of they had to chose someone, though no one really stood out, so they did. He has pretty good foot work coming off the Center. He made it look smooth and natural at the Senior Bowl.  

9.0

95

*Will Hill- 6', 200, 

FS

Florida

He looks like another nice pick in the 2nd round. Ball hawk who impressed me every time I watched Florida play.   

9.1CC

96

Brooks Reed- 6-3, 262,  

DE/OLB

Arizona 

Really showed some great quickness turning the corner at the Senior Bowl. He looked small but weighed in at over 260 at the Senior Bowl. Really looks like a 3-4 edge rusher. Not what he does the best, but he has a little power in the bullrush, which he uses more as an off speed pitch to give the OT something to think about.

9.2

97

Colin Kaepernick- 6-5, 225 

QB

Nevada 

Super underrated prospect who is going to be a steal on the 3rd day. 

9.0

98

Ricky Stanzi- 6-3, 220,  

QB

Iowa 

25 Td passes as a Senior. He is a solid QB, but I’m not sure he’ll be more than that. The thing I really like about him is that Iowa was undefeated in 2009, and if he didn’t get injured they would have had a shot at the championship.

9.0

99

John Clay- 6-2, 240,  

RB 

Wisconson

I know I'm not suppose to like big Big-Ten RBs, but this guy is super big and strong, has that knack for finding a crack in the line, and has very nifty feet. 

8.9

100

KJ Wright - 6-4, 250 

OLB/DE

Miss ST 

He showed impressive passrush moves at the Senior Bowl. He does a nice job threatening the edge with his speed, and then hopping and swimming inside. He looks like a 3-4 OLB. I saw him as a 4-3 OLB at Miss ST , but at the Senior Bowl he sure looked like an edge rushing 3-4 OLB. He has long spider-like arms. He made a move I loved on Lee Ziemba, he punched him right in the chest with his outside arm, and took him right off balance and rode him with his outside arm inside to the QB. Played mostly D-End at the Senior Bowl and did not look out of place.

8.9

101

Jordan Todman- 5-8 7/8, 203, 4.44-4.45(U),

OG

Connecticut 

Super underrated prospect who is going to be a steal on the 3rd day. 

8.9

102

Mark Herzlich- 6-4, 245,  

OLB

BC 

Came back from Cancer and became a completely different player. He was a fierce passrusher before. He came back and rarely rushed at all, and the best cover OLB in the Draft. he still has that knack for making the big play and always being around the ball. Plus, he played most of the season with a bad foot and/or a broken hand. Difficult guy to peg, and he will drop a lot further than people expect. It is near impossible for a GM to take a guy who has recovered from cancer in the 1st Round.    

8.9X

103

Greg McElroy- 6-2, 220 

QB

Alabama 

Showed he had enough arm at the Senior Bowl. Smart guy who wants to learn and work. He has the work ethic and intangibles that you have to have to be an NFL QB. He is a terrific leader. Finalist for Rhodes Scholarship. His problem  is that he has an average to below average height, athleticism, and arm for an NFL QB. He has nice quick feet, and comes out from the Center with nice quickness and uses his feet nicely.  

9.0

104

Kendrick Burley- 5-10, 190, 

CB

North Carolina

I really like this guy more than most. Dare I say he reminds me of Devon McCourty?  

8.9

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