Monday, April 24, 2006

NFL Draft Prospects Rankings

No Quincey Carter references in this post.

1. Reggie Bush USC (Jr)*
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 201
40 Time: 4.42
Best Case Scenario: Revolutionizes the position.
Worst Case Scenario: Is nothing more than a 3rd down back
Possible Destination:(1st round) Houston, New Orleans, Tennessee, NY Jets

2. DeAngelo Williams Memphis
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 214
40 Time: 4.49
Best Case Scenario: Becomes a slightly less talented version than LaDanian Tomlinson
Worst Case Scenario: Is still a solid RB. Very safe pick.
Possible Destination:(1st round) New England, San Francisco, NY Giants, Carolina, Jacksonville, NY Jets

3. LenDale White USC (Jr)*
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 238
40 Time: 4.49
Best Case Scenario: Is the next Jerome Bettis
Worst Case Scenario: Is the next Bam Morris
Possible Destination: (1st-2nd round) Carolina, Pittsburgh, NY Jets

4. Joseph Addai LSU
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 214
40 Time: 4.40
Best Case Scenario: Is a pro-bowl calibur every-down back.
Worst Case Scenario: Has trouble not sharing carries, and is relegated to 3rd down duties.
Possible Destination: (1st-2nd round) NY Jets, Indianapolis, Denver, Atlanta

5. Laurence Maroney Minnesota (Jr)*
Height: 6'"
Weight: 217
40 Time: 4.55
Best Case Scenario: Goes to a team that loves to pound the ball.
Worst Case Scenario: Is called on to be a multi-purpose back, which he is not.
Possible Destination: (1st-2nd round)NY Jets, Indianapolis, Denver

6. Maurice Drew UCLA (Jr)*
7. Mike Bell Arizona
8. Andre Hall South Florida
9. Jerome Harrison Washington St.
10. Brian Calhoun Wisconsin (Jr)*
11. Leon Washington FSU
12. Jerious Norwood Mississippi St.
13. Taurean Henderson Texas Tech
14. P.J Daniels Georgia Tech
15. Dontrelle Moore New Mexico
16. Wali Lundy Virginia
17. Terrence Whitehead Oregon
18. Gerald Riggs Jr. Tennessee
19. Cedric Humes Virginia Tech
20. Damien Rhodes Syracuse
21. Jerod Void Purdue
22. Chris Barclay Wake Forest
23. Wendell Mathis Fresno St.
24. J.R Lemon Stanford
25. Derrick Ross Tarleton St.
26. Quinton Ganther Utah
27. Demetris Summers South Carolina (3ySO)*
28. Patrick Cobbs North Texas
29. De'Arrius Howard Arkansas
30. B.J Mitchell Nevada
31. Mike Imoh Virginia Tech
32. A.J Harris Northern Illinois

1. Garrett Mills Tulsa (converted TE. could play either well in the pros)
2. David Kirtman USC (lead the way for 2 1st round RBs)
3. Matt Bernstein Wisconsin (a guard in the backfield)
4. Quadtrine Hill Miami (the next Najeh Davenport... in a good, non-pooping in hampers kind of way)
5. Rashon Powers-Neal Notre Dame (Good runner, and better blocker than he gets credit for)
6. Lawrence Vickers Colorado
7. Shawn Willis Oklahoma St.
8. J.D. Runnels Oklahoma
9. Naufahu Tahi BYU
10. BJ Dean FSU

1 comment:

wikkidpissah said...

i was wondering if a polynesian fullback could be ranked as high as #9 & now i know. good work -