Wednesday, April 26, 2006

NFL Draft Prospect Rankings

1. D'Brickashaw Ferguson Virginia
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 312
40 Time: 5.26
Best Case Scenario: Dominant left tackle for 12+ years.
Worst Case Scenario: Is too small, and DE's take a lesson from Darryl Tapp and learn how to beat him.
Possible Destination:(1st round) New Orleans, NY Jets, Buffalo

2. Eric Winston Miami
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 310
40 Time: 4.94
Best Case Scenario: Knee is fine, and he's a better version of Robert Gallery (who went #2 overrall)
Worst Case Scenario: Knee isn't fine... and young lineman with bad knees is doom. Doom I say!
Possible Destination:(1st-2nd round) Dallas, San Diego, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Houston, Arizona, Buffalo

3. Winston Justice USC (Jr)*
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 319
40 Time: 5.16
Best Case Scenario: Can throw his size around and become a upper-tier OT.
Worst Case Scenario: Shoots someone with a BB gun... again.
Possible Destination:(1st round) Buffalo, Arizona, Baltimore, Philadelphia

4. Jon Scott Texas
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 315
40 Time: 5.32
Best Case Scenario: Someone takes a chance on him early, and it pays off.
Worst Case Scenario: Kiper's right, and he's a 4h round talent.
Possible Destination:(2nd-4th round) San Diego, Arizona, Detroit, Kansas City, NY Giants

5. Marcus McNeill Auburn
Height: 6'8"
Weight: 336
40 Time: 5.07
Best Case Scenario: Destroys everybody, and is the most versitile OT in the league.
Worst Case Scenario: Can't improve pass blocking and becomes a liability.
Possible Destination: (1st-2nd round) Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, Houston, Detroit, San Deigo

6. Daryn Colledge Boise St.
7. Ryan O'Callaghan California
8. Jeremy Trueblood Boston College
9. Andrew Whitworth LSU
10. Rashad Butler Miami
11. Zach Strief Northwestern
12. Paul McQuistan OT Weber St.
13. Joe Toledo Washington
14. Troy Reddick Auburn
15. Adam Stenavich Michigan
16. Isaac Sowells Indiana
17. Derrick Morris NC State (Jr)*
18. Terrance Pennington New Mexico
19. Brad Butler Virginia
20. Willie Hall Middle Tennessee St. (Jr)*
21. Travis Leffew Louisville
22. Dennis Roland Georgia
23. Mark LeVoir Notre Dame
24. Jimmy Martin Virginia Tech
25. Albert Toeaina Tennessee
26. Jabari Levey South Carolina
27. E.J Whitley Texas Tech
28. Michael Toudouze TCU
29. Jami Hightower Texas A&M
30. Quinn Ojinnaka Syracuse
31. Donald Penn Utah St.
32. Stefon Wheeler Michigan St.
1. Max Jean-Gilles Georgia (Giant Mauler. If he stays in some kind of good shape, he'll be a star)
2. Davin Joseph Oklahoma (can play both OT & OG. Plays both very well too)
3. Charles Spencer Pittsburgh (Another who can play both inside and outside. A step below in talent from Jospeh however)
4. Mark Stetterstrom Minnesota (watched him several times over the year. Just as good, if not better than fellow Gopher Greg Eslinger)
5. Kevin Boothe Cornell (Yoyally came to my school a month or so back. Very impressive from the video I've seen)
6. Taitusi Lutui USC
7. Jason Spitz Louisville
8. Aaron Lips Louisiana Tech
9. Matt Lentz Michigan
10. Nate Livings LSU
11. Fred Matua USC (Jr)*
12. Rob Sims Ohio St.
13. Will Allen Texas
14. Jahri Evans Bloomsburg
15. Aldo De La Garza Texas A&M
16. Will Montgomery Virginia Tech
17. Cody Douglas Tennessee

1. Nick Mangold Ohio St (Best pro prospect at center since Jeff Faine)
2. Chris Chester Oklahoma (Wasn't too sure who this guy was 'till I watched the video a while back. Very athletic, and will go higher than expected)
3. Greg Eslinger Minnesota (No way this guy isn't at least decent at the next level)
4. Marvin Phillip California
5. Grayling Love Arizona St.
6. Ryan Cook New Mexico
7. Mike Degory Florida
8. Donovan Raiola Wisconsin

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