Tuesday, April 25, 2006

NFL Draft Prospect Rankings

1. Santonio Holmes Ohio St. (Jr)*
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 188
40 Time: 4.38
Best Case Scenario: Bucks the trend of Ohio St. WR's struggling at the next level, and becomes one of the games premiere big play receivers.
Worst Case Scenario: Falls in line with David Boston, Ken-Yan Rambo and the rest.
Possible Destiniation:(1st round) Denver, Miami, Dallas, Kansas City, New England, Tampa Bay, NY Giants, Chicago

2. Chad Jackson Florida (Jr)*
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 213
40 Time: 4.32
Best Case Scenario: Much like Holmes, bucks the trend of WR's from his alma mater, and turns into a pro-bowler.
Worst Case Scenario: Falls in line with Reidel Anthony, Jaquez Green, Travis Taylor and the rest.
Possible Destination:(1st round) Denver, Miami, Dallas, Kansas City, New England, Tampa Bay, NY Giants, Chicago

3. Martin Nance Miami(OH)
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 213
40 Time: 4.55
Best Case Scenario: The knee is fine, and he shows off his 1st round talent.
Worst Case Scenario: Can't make the cuts, or use his speed effectively.
Possible Destination: (2nd-4th round) Pittsburgh, New England, Dallas, San Diego, Minnesota, Tampa Bay

4. Derek Hagan Arizona St.
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 208
40 Time: 4.45
Best Case Scenario: Makes everyone pay for passing up on him ala Paul Pierce.
Worst Case Scenario: Scouts were right, he's not that good.
Possible Destination: (3rd-4th round) Denver, Pittsburgh, New England, Dallas, San Diego, Minnesota, Tampa Bay

5. Sinorice Moss Miami
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 185
40 Time: 4.38
Best Case Scenario: Is a carbon copy of another Moss from The U.
Worst Case Scenario: Takes too much of a beating to havea good career.
Possible Destination: (1st-2nd Round) NY Giants, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Denver, Kansas City, Tampa Bay
Video (Moss is only in the beginning, but it's an amazingly clutch play from one of the most underrated games of the last 5 years)

6. Demetrius Williams Oregon
7. Maurice Stovall Notre Dame
8. Mike Hass Oregon St.
9. Jason Avant Michigan
10. Hank Basket New Mexico
11. Todd Watkins BYU
12. Greg Jennings Western Michigan
13. Travis Wilson Oklahoma
14. Greg Lee Pittsburgh (Jr)*
15. Devin Aromashodu Auburn
16. Brandon Williams Wisconsin
17. Drouzon Quillen Louisiana-Monroe (Jr)*
18. Jeff Webb SDSU
19. Jonathan Orr Wisconsin
20. Ben Obomanu Auburn
21. Cory Rodgers TCU (Jr)*
22. Skyler Green LSU
23. David Anderson Colorado St.
24. Marques Colston Hofstra
25. Jovon Bouknight Wyoming
26. Sam Hurd Northern Illinois
27. Domenik Hixon Akron
28. Damarius Bilbo Georgia Tech
29. Nichiren Flowers Nevada
30. Charles Sharon Bowling Green
31. Ed Hinkel Iowa
32. Steve Sanders Bowling Green
33. Jeremy Bloom Colorado
34. Clinton Solomon Iowa
35. Willie Reid FSU
36. Jason Boyd UTEP
37. Andy Fantuz Western Ontario
38. Jermaine Jackson Fresno St.

1. Vernon Davis Maryland (Jr)* (Highest rated TE by me ever)
2. Leonard Pope Georgia (Like a mountain with hands)
3. Dominique Byrd USC (underrated. Maybe the best hands at the position)
4. Joel Klopfenstein Colorado (Reminds me a lot of Chad Lewis in his prime. that's VERY good.)
5. Marcedes Lewis UCLA (Lack of speed has brought his rating down.)
6. Anthony Fasano Notre Dame (Jr)*
7. David Thomas Texas
8. Tim Day Oregon
9. Jeff King Virginia Tech
10. Tony Sheffler Western Michigan
11. T.J Williams NC State
12. Charles Davis Purdue
13. Tim Massaquoi Michigan
14. Cooper Wallace Auburn
15. Anthony Mix Auburn
16.Troy Bienemann Washington St.

1 comment:

moejoe32 said...

I like the mountain with hands about leonard pope