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    X-Era's Updated Post Seasonal Rankings

    A few disclaimers.

    1) This is a work in progress, its going to be fluid up until draft day, players will get hot and cold
    2) I only rank players that Ive watched.
    3) There are a few players that I have watched but don't have in here yet... Iupati and Pierre-Paul are a few. I will add profiles for them soon.
    4) All of this is available in the Draft Guide forum, and can be found here
    5) If there's anyone else that you would like to see a profile for, I will try to track down film, and do up a profile for them.
    6) Click on the names and it will take you to the profiles.
    7) I haven't finished editing the profile threads yet, so things like the projected round, height, weight, etc... may change as we get more info.

    Here's my lists:

    QB:

    1) Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
    2) Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame
    3) Colt McCoy, Texas
    4) Tony Pike, Cincinnati
    5) Max Hall, BYU
    6) Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
    7) Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
    8) Daryll Clark, Penn State
    9) Jarrett Brown, West Virginia
    10) Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
    11) Jevan Snead, Ole Miss
    12) Tim Tebow, Florida
    13) Riley Skinner, Wake Forest
    14) Matt Nichols, Eastern Washington
    15) Juice Williams, Illinois
    16) Joe Cox, Georgia
    17) Todd Reesing, Kansas
    18) Sean Canfield, Oregon State
    19) Kyle Reed, San Jose State
    20) Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic
    21) Johnathan Crompton, Tennessee

    RB:

    1) CJ Spiller, Clemson
    2) Jahvid Best, Cal
    3) Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech
    4) Joe McKnight, USC
    5) Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State
    6) Chris Brown, Oklahoma
    7) Stafon Johnson, USC
    8) LaGarrette Blount, Oregon
    9) DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma
    10) Ben Tate, Auburn
    11) Caleb King, Georgia
    12) Dimitri Nance, Arizona State
    13) Joique Bell, Wayne State
    14) Emmanuel Moody, Florida

    WR:

    1) Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
    2) Eric Decker, Minnesota
    3) Damian Williams, USC
    4) Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss
    5) Brandon LaFell, LSU
    6) Arrelious Benn, Illinois
    7) Marshawn Gilyard, Cincinnati
    8) Naaman Roosevelt, Buffalo
    9) Jordan Shipley, Texas
    10) Jacoby Ford, Clemson
    11) Mike Williams, Syracuse
    12) David Gettis, Baylor
    13) Freddie Barnes, Bowling Green
    14) Andre Roberts, Citadel
    15) Emmanuel Sanders, SMU
    16) Antonio Brown, Central Michigan
    17) Bryan Anderson, Central Michigan
    18) David Nelson, Florida
    19) Ray Small, Ohio State
    20) Tim Brown, Rutgers

    TE:

    1) Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma
    2) Rob Gronkowski, Arizona
    3) Anthony McCoy, USC
    4) Aaron Hernandez, Florida
    5) Ed Dickson, Oregon
    6) Dennis Pita, BYU
    7) Dedrick Epps, Miami
    8) Andrew Quarless, Penn State
    8) Wesley Saunders, South Carolina
    9) Garrett Graham, Wisconsin
    10) Clay Harbor, Missouri State
    11) Tony Moeaki, Iowa
    12) Riar Greer, Colorado

    OT:

    1) Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
    2) Bryan Bulaga, Iowa
    3) Trent Williams, Oklahoma
    4) Bruce Campbell, Maryland
    5) Anthony Davis, Rutgers
    6) Selvish Capers, West Virginia
    7) Charles Brown, USC
    8) Zane Beadles, Utah
    9) Jason Fox, Miami
    10) Sam Young, Notre Dame
    11) Ciron Black, LSU
    12) Lee Ziemba, Auburn
    13) Kyle Calloway, Iowa
    14) Adam Ulatoski, Texas
    15) Zipp Duncan, Kentucky
    16) Ed Wang, Virginia Tech
    17) Matt Reynolds, BYU
    18) Jeraill McCuller, N.C. State
    19) Ben Ossai, Washington
    20) Dennis Landolt, Penn State
    21) Kyle Jolly, North Carolina
    22) Mike Tepper, California
    23) Cory Lambert, Clemson

    OG:

    1) Jacques McClendon, Tennessee
    2) Mike Johnson, Alabama
    3) Sergio Render, Virginia Tech
    4) Eric Olsen, Notre Dame
    5) Charlie Tanner, Texas
    6) Mitch Petrus, Arkansas
    7) Brandon Carter, Texas Tech
    8) Joe Thomas, Pittsburgh
    9) Dan Doering, Iowa
    10) Kevin Haslam, Rutgers

    C:

    1) Kristofer O'Dowd, USC
    2) Josh McNeil, Tennessee
    3) Matt Tennant, Boston College
    3) Jim Cordle, Ohio State
    4) Joel Nitchman, Michigan State
    5) Robb Houser, Pittsburgh
    6) Garrett Anderson, South Carolina
    7) Jacob Hickman, Nebraska

    DE:

    1) Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech
    2) Carlos Dunlap, Florida
    3) Brandon Graham, Michigan
    4) Everson Griffen, USC
    5) Jerry Hughes, TCU
    6) Ricky Sapp, Clemson
    7) Eric Norwood, South Carolina
    8) Sergio Kindle, Texas
    9) Antonio Coleman, Auburn
    10) Greg Hardy, Ole Miss
    11) Corey Wootton, Northwestern
    12) George Selvie, South Florida
    13) Dexter Davis, Arizona State
    14) Brandon Lang, Troy
    15) Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech
    16) Ugo Chinasa, Oklahoma State
    17) Auston English, Oklahoma
    18) Rahim Alem, LSU
    19) Doug Worthington, Ohio State
    20) Jan Jorgensen, BYU
    21) Alex Carrington, Arkansas State
    22) Frank Zombo, Central Michigan

    DT:

    1) Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska
    2) Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma
    3) Brian Price, UCLA
    4) Dan Williams, Tennessee
    5) Terrence Cody, Alabama
    6) Arthur Jones, Syracuse
    7) Jared Odrick, Penn State
    8) Lamarr Houston, Texas
    9) D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech
    10) Geno Atkins, Georgia
    11) Torrell Troup, Central Florida
    12) Vince Oghobaase, Duke
    13) Jeff Owens, Georgia
    14) Boo Robinson, Wake Forest
    15) Mick Williams, Pittsburgh
    16) Ekom Udofia, Stanford
    17) Kade Weston, Georgia
    18) Alan-Michael Cash, N.C. State
    19) Al Woods, LSU

    OLB:

    1) Navorro Bowman, Penn State
    2) Rico McCoy, Tennesse
    3) Rennie Curran, Georgia
    4) Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas
    5) Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri
    6) Justin Cole, San Jose State
    7) Stevenson Sylvester, Utah
    8) Ryan Stamper, Florida
    9) A.J. Edds, Iowa
    10) Vincent Rey, Duke
    11) Patrick Lavine, Oklahoma State
    12) Patrick Trahan, Ole Miss
    13) Reggie Carter, UCLA
    14) Dustin Doe, Florida
    15) Patrick Benoist, Vanderbilt

    ILB:

    1) Rolando McClain, Alabama
    2) Brandon Spikes, Florida
    3) Sean Lee, Penn State
    4) Daryl Washington, TCU
    5) Pat Angerer, Iowa
    6) Phillip Dillard, Nebraska
    7) Josh Bynes, Auburn
    8) Josh Hull, Penn State
    9) Micah Johnson, Kentucky
    10) Joe Pawelek, Baylor
    11) Ryan D'Imperio, Rutgers

    CB:

    1) Joe Haden, Florida
    2) Javier Arenas, Alabama
    3) Trevard Lindley, Kentucky
    4) Kareem Jackson, Alabama
    5) Kyle Wilson, Boise State
    6) Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State
    7) Patrick Robinson, Florida State
    8) Devin McCourty, Rutgers
    9) Devin Ross, Arizona
    10) Crezdon Butler, Clemson
    11) Alterraun Verner, UCLA
    12) Sam Shields, Miami
    13) Brian Jackson, Oklahoma
    14) Brandon Brinkley, Houston

    S:

    1) Eric Berry, Tennessee
    2) Reshad Jones, Georgia
    3) Taylor Mays, USC
    4) Earl Thomas, Texas
    5) Myron Rolle, Florida State
    6) Larry Asante, Nebraska
    7) Major Wright, Florida
    8) Kam Chancellor, Virginia Tech
    9) Justin Woodall, Alabama
    10) Van Eskridge, East Carolina
    11) Andre Sexton, Oklahoma State
    12) Jordan Lake, Baylor

    K:

    1) Brett Swenson, Michigan State
    2) Hunter Lawrence, Texas

    P:

    1) Jeremy Boone, Penn State
    2) Zoltan Mesko, Michigan
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    Re: X-Era's Updated Post Seasonal Rankings

    Torrel Troup will have a better Pro career than at least 2/3's of the DT's listed above him.
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    Re: X-Era's Updated Post Seasonal Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by YardRat
    Torrel Troup will have a better Pro career than at least 2/3's of the DT's listed above him.
    He was one of those guys that I had a tough time placing. I think hes got a lot to offer. I want to see more of him... Ill add him to my list of "to watch more of's".

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    I'm not trying to insinuate that he should be ranked higher...I just think he's going to outperform his draft position and those who are currently ranked higher and probably will be drafted higher.

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    I read your disclaimer about only putting guys on there that you have seen, so I can understand why you left off someone who I'm very fond of. Vladimir Ducasse was very impressive at the Senior Bowl, and if we go for McClain, Bradford, or Claussen w/ our 1st pick, I'm hoping Ducasse slips to us in the 2nd round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elltrain22
    I read your disclaimer about only putting guys on there that you have seen, so I can understand why you left off someone who I'm very fond of. Vladimir Ducasse was very impressive at the Senior Bowl, and if we go for McClain, Bradford, or Claussen w/ our 1st pick, I'm hoping Ducasse slips to us in the 2nd round.
    Hes another guy on my "must watch more of" list... Ill get him in there, I promise.

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    Re: X-Era's Updated Post Seasonal Rankings

    Good work so far!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elltrain22
    I read your disclaimer about only putting guys on there that you have seen, so I can understand why you left off someone who I'm very fond of. Vladimir Ducasse was very impressive at the Senior Bowl, and if we go for McClain, Bradford, or Claussen w/ our 1st pick, I'm hoping Ducasse slips to us in the 2nd round.
    I don't know if the potential of screaming "Vlad the Impaler!!" outweighs calling him 'DuckAss' when he screws up or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by X-Era
    Hes another guy on my "must watch more of" list... Ill get him in there, I promise.

    here's my OT rankings: (top 10 only)

    1. Russell Okung
    2. Bruce Campbell
    3. Brian Bulaga
    4. Anthony Davis
    5. Vladimir Ducasse
    6. Selvish Capers
    7. Ciron Black
    8. Jason Fox
    9. Sam Young
    10. Charles Brown

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    Re: X-Era's Updated Post Seasonal Rankings

    btw, Great stuff X!!

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    Thanks for putting that up, X!

    Just FYI, Evan Royster is staying in school
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    Quote Originally Posted by psubills62
    Thanks for putting that up, X!

    Just FYI, Evan Royster is staying in school
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    kyle calloway is a very good ot and can play both lt and rt but is a more natural rt... he should be the bills pick in the 2nd

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    Re: X-Era's Updated Post Seasonal Rankings

    Josh McNeil's knee injury is a huge concern to have him #2 is quite a big risk there.

    You ranked Derrick Morgan, and Jonathan Dwyer, but not Demayrius Thomas? How did you not see him if you watch GT games for other prospects?
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    Re: X-Era's Updated Post Seasonal Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by DraftBoy
    Josh McNeil's knee injury is a huge concern to have him #2 is quite a big risk there.

    You ranked Derrick Morgan, and Jonathan Dwyer, but not Demayrius Thomas? How did you not see him if you watch GT games for other prospects?

    1) Hes another guy on my list to add.

    2) I don't know anything, I'm not a pro. I'm just a guy on a message board

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