2011 Positional Rankings

A really early look at 2011 Positional rankings


1 Ryan Mallett Arkansas
2 Jake Locker Washington
3 Andrew Luck Stanford
4 Nick Foles

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Week 2 in college football, what to watch

How about that opening weekend of football huh?  Crazy stuff going down.  I learned a lot about the teams and myself.  What I learned about myself is if I had to feed my family by betting on college games, they’d starve to death.  What I learned about the teams is, don’t get wrapped up in rankings this early, because there is a lot to be geeked about.  I have a big 4 pack for this week, my small school spotlight and a couple of quick hits.  Read it.  Live it.  Love it.

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Top 50 draft prospects...

Every draft I am asked to list the 100 players I believe that will be drafted in the first 100 picks. This is always a difficult task, mainly because rather than simply consider who the best 100 prospects are, you have to take into consideration which teams are picking when. Good players, and I mean really good players slip out of those first 3 rounds, because they aren't positions of need or they are just plain missed by the league. I have always felt pretty good that I can usually pull about 80 of the first 100 picks and I will continue to do it and hope to improve. But this year, I am going to add a little something. This is my list of the 50 best prospects from what I've seen regardless of where or by whom they will be drafted. To make it a little easier to follow, I have broken the players into groups, based on where I rate them compared to their peers.

Tier 1-The elite. It's normally not hard to get a group of ten guys you consider trul

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Senior Bowl Report: Wednesday's South Practice

The South had a 5-wide set for their QBs early in Wednesday afternoon's practice and Clemson QB kicked things off with a completion to LSU LB-turned-FB-and for the Senior Bowl practices turned TE Quinn Johnson. West Virginia QB Pat White followed with a pass that Southern Miss TE drops, hitting his fingertips. Pat White then gets his turn to connect with Quinn Johnson. Johnson had to have helped himself this week by virtue of demonstrating good athleticism along with a versatile skill set.

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Senior Bowl Report: Tuesday's South Practice

The South took the field at Ladd-Peebles for the first time on Tuesday afternoon, with standards team warm-ups breaking out to positional work:  OL in 1-on-1, DL in footwork, DBs in footwork and sight/hands for the ball, etc.

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2012 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Duke IhenachoS

2011 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Duke IhenachoS

2010 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Kyle ReedQB
Kevin JurovichWR
Carl IhenachoDE
Justin ColeOLB

2009 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Jarron GilbertDT 68Bears
Christopher OwensCB 90Falcons
Coye FranciesCB 191Browns
David RichmondWR

2008 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Dwight Lowery CB 113Jets

2007 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
James Jones WR 78Packers
John Broussard WR 229Jaguars

2006 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team

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