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  • BaileyTheBest
    Jackson, Doucet, or Bennett for me.

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    DeSean Jackson is a mediocre receiever at best...he is however a superb return man

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  • Earl10Dores

    Earl Bennett will not be a second round pick

    Ryan is not the best QB in this class, Woodson is and then Brohm. Woodson went 260+ pass attempts w/o an INT

    This guy is a joke if he thinks Mario Manningham will be a first round pick

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  • martz11
    Originally posted by stnzed View Post
    70. Matt Ryan, QB, 6-4, 220, Boston College
    Classic pocket passer has made nice strides over recent seasons.
    Matt Ryan at 70???????????? Prolly the best qb in this class...

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  • martz11
    Greg Carr
    6'6" 215 lbs.

    Lifetime at FSU...
    72 rec
    22 TD's

    28% of his catches are TD's, thats an amazing stat.

    He might be a sleeper pick if he comes out this year.

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  • stnzed
    Part 2

    50. Andre Fluellen, DT, 6-3, 285, Florida State
    Quick tackle hopes to follow recent FSU defenders as a high NFL Draft selection.
    51. Mario Urrutia*, WR, 6-6, 220, Louisville
    Big, agile receiver has teamed with Brian Brohm to produce big numbers.
    52. Philip Wheeler, LB, 6-1, 230, Georgia Tech
    Fast linebacker has the package to start at several spots in either pro defensive scheme.
    53. Tracy Porter, CB, 5-10, 190, Indiana
    Tough cornerback has graded out high against top Big Ten receivers.
    54. Quentin Groves, DE, 6-4, 255, Auburn
    Quick edge rusher is mainly a one-dimensional defender currently.
    55. Zack Bowman, CB, 6-1, 200, Nebraska
    Big athletic corner is returning from a knee injury that cost him his 2006 season.
    56. Barry Richardson, OT, 6-7, 325, Clemson
    Massive senior lineman has all the physical tools to become a premier pro left tackle.
    57. Colt Brennan, QB, 6-3, 200, Hawaii
    Savvy passer has excelled in this offense since transferring from Colorado.
    58. DeMario Pressley, DT, 6-2, 300, North Carolina State
    Strong interior tackle is the next Wolfpack defender to be selected early in the NFL Draft.
    59. John Greco, OT, 6-5, 320, Toledo
    Physical left tackle has been a dominant performer in the MAC.
    60. Dorien Bryant, WR, 5-10, 175, Purdue
    Fast, smallish receiver/return man has developed nicely in Boilermakers passing game.
    61. Martellus Bennett*, TE, 6-6, 255, Texas A&M
    Huge, athletic tight end has just begun to harness his pro potential.
    62. Chris Ellis, DE, 6-5, 260, Virginia Tech
    Edge rusher has the talent to rank high with a big senior season.
    63. Aqib Talib*, CB, 6-1, 180, Kansas
    Ballhawking corner has been a playmaker in the Big 12 since Day One.
    64. James Davis*, RB, 5-10, 210, Clemson
    Very productive tailback can hit the home run regularly.
    65. John Carlson TE, 6-5, 255, Notre Dame
    Big, athletic tight end is a threat in the deep game.
    66. DeJuan Tribble, CB, 5-9, 190, Boston College
    Tough and talented corner has the instincts to make plays.
    67. Rey Maualuga*, LB, 6-2, 250, Southern California
    Physical linebacker can be a dominant performer at times.
    68. Quintin Demps, FS, 6-0, 205, UTEP
    Quick safety can run to the ball and match up in pass coverage.
    69. Tony Hills, OT, 6-5, 310, Texas
    Big, agile tackle has overcome injury problems and has developed nicely.
    70. Matt Ryan, QB, 6-4, 220, Boston College
    Classic pocket passer has made nice strides over recent seasons.
    71. Trae Williams, CB, 5-9, 190, South Florida
    Fast, smallish cornerback can blanket receivers in man coverage.
    72. Martin Rucker, TE, 6-5, 255, Missouri
    Athletic tight end could rank higher with a strong finish this season.
    73. Marcus Freeman*, LB, 6-1, 245, Ohio State
    Fast linebacker has the package to develop into a blue-chip prospect.
    74. Vince Hall, LB, 5-11, 240, Virginia Tech
    Savvy linebacker has been the catalyst of the tough Hokie defense.
    75. Red Bryant, DT, 6-4, 330, Texas A&M
    Massive interior defender flashes big-play ability at times.
    76. Marcus Monk, WR, 6-5, 220, Arkansas
    Receiver has been slow to heal from a knee injury that has hampered his '07 season.
    77. Tom Zbikowski, SS, 5-10, 205, Notre Dame
    Tough defender is also a playmaker as a returner.
    78. DJ Hall, WR, 6-2, 190, Alabama
    Athletic wideout has taken a big step up early in the '07 season.
    79. Allen Patrick, RB, 5-11, 195, Oklahoma
    Quick tailback is out of Adrian Peterson's shadow this season.
    80. Josh Barrett, SS, 6-2, 235, Arizona State
    Huge, physical safety is a linebacker when in the box.
    81. Kenny Iwebema, DE, 6-4, 270, Iowa
    Quick edge rusher has the ability to get after the passer.
    82. Simeon Castille, CB, 5-11, 195, Alabama
    Savvy cover man has a nose for the ball and the athleticism to start as a pro.
    83. Davone Bess*, WR, 5-10, 195, Hawaii
    Fast, smallish receiver has been unstoppable in the WAC over recent seasons.
    84. Shannon Tevaga, OG, 6-3, 315, UCLA
    Powerful player has been a fixture on the Bruins line since early in his career.
    85. Terrell Thomas, CB, 6-0, 200, Southern California
    Big, agile corner has refined his game nicely in the Trojans aggressive scheme.
    86. Harry Douglas, WR, 5-10, 170, Louisville
    Maybe the nation's most productive receiver this season.
    87. Fred Davis, TE, 6-4, 255, Southern California
    Athletic tight end has the ability to challenge the top pro prospects at this position.
    88. Jarett Dillard*, WR, 5-11, 180, Rice
    Quick, athletic receiver has outstanding hands and body control to make big plays.
    89. Kendal Langford, DE, 6-6, 290, Hampton
    Huge athlete has been a dominant performer in the MEAC.
    90. Trey Brown, CB, 5-9, 190, UCLA
    Quick, aggressive cover man has performed well against many talented receivers.
    91. Dustin Keller, TE, 6-4, 240, Purdue
    Agile tight end moves like a wide receiver and gives passing game a huge weapon.
    92. Marcus Griffin, SS, 6-0, 200, Texas
    Tough safety is developing nicely in run support for Longhorns.
    93. Cliff Avril, DE/LB, 6-2, 250, Purdue
    Fast edge rusher is a classic 'tweener who needs to settle into a pro scheme.
    94. Chase Coffman*, TE, 6-5, 245, Missouri
    Big, mobile tight end may be better than teammate Martin Rucker in time.
    95. Will Franklin, WR, 6-1, 205, Missouri
    Athlete has fine triangle numbers that have impressed pro scouts over recent seasons.
    96. J Leman, LB, 6-1, 240, Illinois
    Instinctive linebacker goes sideline to sideline and makes plays.
    97. Mike Jenkins, CB, 6-0, 200, South Florida
    Big, athletic corner has impressed with his play this season.
    98. Owen Schmitt, FB, 6-2, 260, West Virginia
    Massive fullback is a well-developed, versatile prospect who can fill a few roles.
    99. Kirk Barton, OT, 6-5, 310, Ohio State
    Big tackle has started for four seasons for the Buckeyes.
    100. Sammie Stroughter, WR, 5-11, 185, Oregon State
    Quick, tough receiver has been slow to produce this season because of personal problems.
    Injured players whose staus is uncertain
    Tommy Blake, DE, 6-3, 255, TCU
    Jasper Brinkley, LB, 6-2, 255, South Carolina
    Jeremy Perry, OG, 6-2, 315, Oregon State*
    Andre Caldwell, WR, 6-0, 200, Florida
    Chad Henne, QB, 6-2, 230, Michigan
    Kory Sperry, TE, 6-6, 255, Colorado State

    Frank Coyle is a nationally known NFL scout who publishes Draft Insiders' Digest and Draft Insiders' Digest is dedicated to year-round coverage of NFL and NCAA Football. Coyle covers the NFL Draft and free agency extensively with a veteran scouting staff that provides insightful and unique information on players and team potential in the coming seasons. Draft Insiders' Digest is an extensive publication that produces more than 20 issues throughout the year, beginning with an Online Pro Prospects Preview and Fantasy Football Rankings in August and a 200-page Draft Yearbook in March

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  • stnzed
    This is how one scout ranks 08's draft

    He likes DeSean Jackson the best:

    Frank Coyle of
    Special to College Football

    NFL Draft expert Frank Coyle of has ranked his top 100 prospects for the 2008 NFL Draft.

    These rankings do not correspond to the order in which he projects these players to be selected in the draft. (* - denotes underclassman)

    (List updated: September 28, 2007)

    Nfl Draft top 100 Prospects
    1. Brian Brohm, QB, 6-4, 225, Louisville
    Putting up huge numbers weekly and refining his game in Cardinals' offense.
    2. Darren McFadden*, RB, 6-1, 220, Arkansas
    Standout running back can do it all.
    3. Glenn Dorsey, DT, 6-2, 300, LSU
    Anchor of the physical Tiger defense that is the best in the nation.
    4. Jake Long, OT, 6-7, 320, Michigan
    Physical left tackle is ready to start in the NFL.
    5. Kenny Phillips*, FS, 61, 205, Miami
    Athletic, instinctive safety is the next top Miami defensive back.
    6. Andre' Woodson, QB, 6-5, 230, Kentucky
    Big, athletic passer has the package to be a bluechip selection.
    7. Antoine Cason, CB, 6-1, 185, Arizona
    Big, savvy senior corner has developed nicely in the pass-happy Pac-10.
    8. Chris Long, DE, 6-5, 285, Virginia
    Physical defender is a fine combination of athleticism, intangibles and instincts.
    9. DeSean Jackson*, WR, 5-11, 170, California
    Fast playmaker can beat teams as a receiver or return specialist.
    10. Sam Baker, OT, 6-4, 310, Southern California
    Agile senior left tackle has been a sound technician over past three seasons.
    11. Early Doucet, WR, 6-0, 200, Louisiana State
    Speedy senior wideout has been slowed by an early season leg injury.
    12. Calais Campbell*, DE, 6-7, 280, Miami
    Athletic edge rusher has the components to develop into a fine pro starter.
    13. Michael Oher*, OT, 6-5, 325, Mississippi
    Big, agile left tackle has the physical tools to become an outstanding pro lineman.
    14. Michael Jenkins*, CB, 6-0, 180, Ohio State
    Athletic junior defender has the package to be the next Buckeye pro cornerback.
    15. Dan Connor, LB, 6-2, 235, Penn State
    Tough, savvy defender carries the torch for Linebacker U.
    16. Gosder Cherilus, OT, 6-6, 320, Boston College
    Huge, athletic left tackle is a fouryear starter and hopes to shine this season.
    17. James Laurinaitis*, LB, 6-2, 245, Ohio State
    Rugged inside junior defender can be a difference-maker in the right scheme.
    18. Mario Manningham*, WR, 5-11, 180, Michigan
    Fast playmaker has shown the ability to hit the home run as a collegian.
    19. Ryan Clady*, OT, 6-5, 320, Boise State
    Mobile junior left tackle has been a dominant blocker since early in his career.
    20. Steve Slaton*, RB, 5-9, 200, West Virginia
    This versatile scatback is dangerous as a runner, receiver or returner.
    21. Keith Rivers, LB, 6-3, 220, Southern California
    Outside linebacker covers the field and consistently makes plays.
    22. Justin King*, CB, 5-11, 185, Penn State
    Savvy cornerback has excelled since early in his career.
    23. Alex Boone*, OT, 6-7, 325, Ohio State
    The Buckeyes' best left tackle since Orlando Pace.
    24. Tyson Jackson*, DE, 6-5, 290, Louisiana State
    Powerful defender has huge upside potential as a pro.
    25. Reggie Smith*, DB, 6-0, 200, Oklahoma
    Athletic defender has the package to play corner or free safety in the NFL.
    26. Derrick Harvey*, DE, 6-4, 245, Florida
    Fast edge rusher has the burst to make big sacks.
    27. Malcolm Kelly*, WR, 6-3, 210, Oklahoma
    Big, agile wideout has been unstoppable over the early 2007 season.
    28. Xavier Adibi, LB, 6-1, 225, Virginia Tech
    Speedy linebacker can chase and cover from the weakside.
    29. Adarius Bowman, WR, 6-4, 220, Oklahoma State
    Big, physical receiver makes plays over the middle and in the red zone.
    30. Vernon Gholston*, DE, 6-4, 260, Ohio State
    Fast edge rusher is off to a fast start for Buckeyes this season.
    31. Limas Sweed, WR, 6-4, 220, Texas
    Physical wideout has been slow to produce with early injury, but he can be a top prospect.
    32. Brandon Flowers*, CB, 5-9, 190, Virginia Tech
    Fast cornerback faces some big late-season tests to determine his pro readiness.
    33. Ray Rice*, RB, 5-9, 200, Rutgers
    Strong, compact tailback has been the catalyst for Rutgers' rise to top-10 ranking.
    34. Frank Okam, DT, 6-5, 320, Texas
    Big, mobile tackle is a fine run-stuffer and space-eater in the middle.
    35. Lawrence Jackson, DE, 6-5, 270, Southern California
    Athletic edge rusher needs to show more power and explosiveness.
    36. Jack Ikegwuonu*, CB, 6-0, 200, Wisconsin
    Quick junior corner has developed nicely against talented Big Ten receivers.
    37. Sedrick Ellis, DT, 6-1, 295, Southern California
    Quick senior tackle has been an explosive playmaker from the inside.
    38. Felix Jones*, RB, 5-11, 200, Arkansas
    Talented and explosive back is a perfect complement to Darren McFadden.
    39. John David Booty, QB, 6-3, 210, Southern California
    Talented passer has the ability to give Southern California another top-flight pro QB.
    40. Ali Highsmith, LB, 6-1, 225, Louisiana State
    Athletic defender is a top playmaker in the Tigers talented defense.
    41. Mike Hart, RB, 5-9, 200, Michigan
    Tough tailback is a bit short but has produced against top competition in his career.
    42. Jonathan Hefney, DB, 5-9, 185, Tennessee
    Fast defensive back has versatility to play free safety or cornerback as a pro.
    43. Ian Johnson*, RB, 5-10, 210, Boise State
    Quick, strong tailback has been a workhorse runner for the Broncos.
    44. Dwight Lowery, CB, 6-0, 185, San Jose State
    Agile cornerback has been a shutdown cover man in the WAC.
    45. Earl Bennett*, WR, 6-1, 200, Vanderbilt
    Productive junior wideout has the triangle numbers that has pro scouts excited.
    46. Chevis Jackson, CB, 5-11, 190, LSU
    Sturdy senior corner has performed well in the Tigers stingy defense.
    47. James Hardy*, WR, 6-6, 220, Indiana
    Big, agile receiver has been a dominant performer thus far this season.
    48. Jonathan Stewart*, RB, 5-11, 235, Oregon
    Powerful junior tailback can be a difference-maker in any game.
    49. Keenan Burton, WR, 6-1, 205, Kentucky
    Athletic receiver has been the main weapon for Andre Woodson at Kentucky.

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  • Dream
    Originally posted by rcsodak View Post
    Kelley or Iglasius

    Both are studs with GREAT hands, and above average route running/speed.

    But WR isn't exactly a bronco need, atm.
    This thread wasn't to homer out in, and by the way it's Iglesias.

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  • Max Power
    I've seen Sweed, Kelly, and Doucet a few times each and liked what I saw, especially from Kelly (who I think compares favorably to Detroit Lions WR Roy Williams). However, WR is not a 1st round need at all. It's painfully offense that our biggest needs lie on defense, specifcally DT and LB. We need a replacement for Sam Adams (Frank Okam would be fantastic), and Amon Gordon is awful. Hopefully, Marcus Thomas will be ready to replace him soon.
    Last edited by Max Power; 09-28-2007, 03:47 PM.

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  • MindField
    One that can replace D Hixon as a kick returner...although we may be better served drafting CU CB Terrance Wheatley for depth there and he can be a good punt returner as well.

    As a receiver, I like Bennett or the Kentucky kid, Burton. Both look like good Pro prospects.

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  • rcsodak
    Kelley or Iglasius

    Both are studs with GREAT hands, and above average route running/speed.

    But WR isn't exactly a bronco need, atm.

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  • Broncosfreak_56
    I would love DeSean Jackson in the slot. Just imagine his speed with Jay's arm.

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  • Dream
    It'd depend on what you wanted to do, and it depends on for what team.

    The Broncos?

    It'd also depend where we selected him.

    I really do like D.J. Hall, I think he'd be great here.

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  • BVP
    DeSean Jackson.

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    i want to say manningham but i think he is going to get dominated in the pros by big DBs, hes too thin and doesnt elude the big hit like a harrison or bruce does

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