Saturday, January 30, 2010

10. Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State

Dez Bryant is the receiver on your team that will make that spectacular catch because of his unbelievable athletic ability. Dez Bryant is the receiver on your team that will make that spectacular catch because of his unbelievable athletic ability. Bryant is the top receiver in the 2010 Draft and will be looked at real hard by teams that need a playmaker. The Broncos are probably going to unload Brandon Marshall so they could easily picked up Bryant and plug him in on there offense.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

11. C.J. Spiller RB, Clemson

C.J. Spiller is an explosive back with great hand, he will be a great change of pace back in the NFL and will be able to take the load of a top notch starter or share carries with a regular back and he will put up solid numbers in both situations.
With Spiller being the top rated running back in the draft he will be off the board in the top 15 and will fit right into just about any type of offense with his skillset.

12. Brian Price, DT, UCLA

Price is a top notch defensive tackle with great feet and athleticism. He is rated by most as one of the top 3 Defensive tackles in the 2010 NFL Draft. I believe based on team needs he will be in the 10 to 15 range but someone could possibly take him in the top 10 and not really reaching to far.

13. Bruce Campbell, T, Maryland

Campbell is a bookend Tackle with solid skills that can set up a franchise for the next 10 years. He will be off the board in the mid to late 20's of the first round.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

14. Donovan Warren, CB, Michigan

Pick 14 is probably a little early for a team to pick Donavan Warren, but he will be one of the first corners off the board in the 2010 NFL Draft. Joe haden is the prize corner in this draft but he will be off the board around 10 or 11 and a team like the Pittsburg Steelers or Atlanta falcons picking in the middle of the first round will now let Warren drop to far.

15. Rolondo McClain, LB, Alabama

Rolondo McClain is a top notch linebacker and may not fall this far in the draft but as always team needs play a big role in who is picked where. McClain is a very athletic Linebacker who can stop the run and also cover the pass whoever picks him up will probably have the type of player that can be Definsive Rookie of the Year if he gets a chance to start.

16. Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois

Arrelious Benn is a top notch college receiver and has a pro style big body that the scouts drool over. He has the skills to be a #1 receiver for any NFL team that may draft him and I feel like he could be drafted anywhere after about pick 14 depending on team needs he could drop down to #20 or below.

Monday, December 21, 2009

17. Jerry Hughes, DE/OLB, TCU

Size and strength are key to any top pass rusher and Jerry Hughes as them both.
He has been phenominal this season for the TCU Hornfrogs and has played his way into the middle of the first round somewhere in the 15 to 20 range. He will definately be on everyones boards that are looking for a top notch pass rusher.

18. Dan Williams, NT, Tennessee

Dan Williams is a huge Defensive tackle and is a huge prescence on the D-Line that every team in the NFL could use. I could see him being picked up by a defensive minded coach in the first round like Bill Bellicheck or he could even go to the dolphins in the area of the first round with Bill Parcells calling the shots.

19. Tim Tebow, QB, Florida

Tim Tebow may or may not be a Pro Style QB, but one thing we know is he is a winner and will give you everything he has all week in practice and most definately on Game Day. There are rumor circulating that Tebow will be drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars as the local here that will fill seats. If he gets past Jacksonville he could fall out of the first round in my opinion.

20. Trent Williams, T, Oklahoma

Trent Williams is a solid Offensive Tackle and will be a force in the League for years to come. A team drafting at this point in the first round will be just filling in holes and he will fill a big one.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

21. Brandon Spikes, ILB Florida

Brandon Spikes is one of the toughest defensive players in this draft. I think he may slip a bit in the first round with the recent problems of him poking another player in the eye on the field, but I think a team with a need at linebacker will look long and hard at Spikes. He reminds me of former Ole miss Linebacker Patrick Willis who has been tackling everything in sight since he was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

22. Jahvid Best, RB, California

Jahvid Best is a bolt of lightening and may just be the one of the fastest players in the draft. I think he will be a great #2 back in a system that already has a bruising tailback to carry the load.

23. Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers

Anthony Davis is a solid O Line prospect and will be drafted somewhere in the 20 to 30s in the first round depending on team needs.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

24. Greg Hardy, DE, Ole Miss

Greg Hardy is one of the top Defensive end Prospects for the 2010 NFL Draft. He definately fits the mold of a prototypical NFL DE and at his size has great Athleticism.

25. Earl Thomas, FS, Texas

Earl Thomas is a ballhawking safety that has great recovery speed and instincts at the safety position.

26. Everson Griffen, DE, USC

Defensive stars from USC are always well coached. Griffen will be a strong rushing end that plays solid against the run. He could be off the board in the 15 to 20 range but I feel there are better prospects that are ready to contribute earlier than Griffen.

27.Damian Williams, WR, USC

Williams is a solid NFL prospect. He is not the burner or even the Game Breaker that Damian Williams is, but he is going to be a solid NFL player as a #2 and #3 Wide Receiver in a pro style offense like he is already in at USC.

28. Rennie Curran, OLB, Georgia

Solid Linebacker in College playing in the Hard Hitting SEC Curran has held his own during his career. He will be a solid NFL player for many years.

29. Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma

Gresham is a top notch Tight End and even with his recent knee injury will not drop out of the First Round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He is to much of a playmaker and blocker at the Tight End position for 32 teams to pass on him..

30. Terrence Cody, NT, Alabama

Terrence Cody is a massive human being and will fit somebodys needs late in the first round. He will not be an everydown player has his weight and knees will not allow him to, but he will be a differance maker when in the game. I would compare him to former Green Bay DT Gilbert Brown. I think Cody will be somewhat more athletic than Brown but still has to work hard to keep his weight around 350 or he will be useless at the next level.

31. Charles Brown, OT, USC

Charles Brown will be a great fit with a sometimes suspect Offensive line In New Orleans or with a team like the Patriots that just need to reload. I think either team would be happy if he falls in there lap at this spot in the draft.

32. Brandon Lafell, WR LSU

In the late First Round Early 2nd round Brandon Lafell will be a solid pick up for a team looking for a play making pass catching WR. He has great size and comes out of the mold of another great LSU receiver that was draft last year in Early Doucet.