Re: Next Years WRs draft Class
posted at 5/10/2010 9:08 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Next Years WRs draft Class
I'd be happy with one or two of these players too. Depending on our draft positions and players availble i like taking the BPA. IMO Dez Bryant was the BPA TWICE. NOTE: i am thrilled with NE's 2010 draft 3. North Carolina DE Robert Quinn Quinn showed incomparable resilience by rebounding from brain surgery as a high school senior to earn a starting job on North Carolina coach Butch Davis' ultra-talented defensive line as a true freshman. After a relatively pedestrian rookie campaign, Quinn exploded as a sophomore to pace the Tar Heels in tackles for loss (19), sacks (11), quarterback pressures (26), and forced fumbles (6). Quinn is built like DeMarcus Ware at 6-5, 260 pounds, and carries no concerns about his character, motor, or work ethic. Without question, he's a top-five prospect. 6. Alabama DE Marcell Dareus Dareus was a situational rusher behind a litany of future pros on Nick Saban's line, but still led the Crimson Tide in sacks (6.5) and posted nine tackles for loss off the bench. Set to start as a third-year junior, his production is likely to soar. Dareus, who made the hit that ended Colt McCoy's college career in January's BCS title game, has gained 26 pounds to reach 6-4, 306 pounds. His skill set is similar to Richard Seymour's as a freakish athlete with the ability to take over game by either crashing the pocket or commanding double and triple teams. 10. LSU CB Patrick Peterson Peterson, still just 19, emerged as one of the SEC's top cover corners as a true sophomore in 2009. Les Miles' coaching staff was so confident in the 2007 USA Today High School Player of the Year's ability that they assigned him to cover opposing No. 1 receivers on a weekly basis. Peterson responded by ranking third in the conference in pass breakups (15) and adding two interceptions, including a 37-yard pick six. Listed at 6-1, 211 pounds, Peterson is a true size corner who's been timed at 4.47 in the 40-yard dash. Also related to NFL players Santana Moss, Bryant McFadden, and Sinorice Moss, Peterson's lineage is almost as impressive as his physical gifts . 15. Nebraska CB Prince Amukamara A special teamer/sub-package cornerback in his first two years, Amukamara earned a starting job as a third-year junior in 2009. He went on to intercept five passes, pace the Cornhuskers with 16 pass breakups, and record two sacks on corner blitzes as a first-team All-Big 12 pick. Nebraska also ranked first nationally in pass efficiency defense, yielding just seven touchdowns through the air. The unit will fall off some after losing all-world defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, trusty safety Matt O'Hanlon, and all-conference linebacker Phillip Dillard, but Amukamara returns as the top performer. If his dominant play keeps up, the 6-1, 205-pound corner could push for top-15 draft status. 17. Texas A&M DE Von Miller A ready-made 3-4 rush 'backer, Miller moved to the "Jack" position for A&M's defense last season after playing strictly linebacker as a freshman and sophomore. The athletic 21-year-old responded by leading the nation in sacks (17), finishing fifth in tackles for loss (21.5), and forcing four fumbles. Still raw and a liability against the run, Miller opted to stay in school for his senior season. He is relentless in the weight room and on the field, and figures to realize his potential as a three-down defender this year. Miller should enter the 2011 draft prepared for the pros with new Aggies defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter installing a 3-4 scheme in College Station. 19. North Carolina DT Marvin Austin A possible first-round pick had he declared this year, Austin withdrew his name from consideration for the 2010 draft due to the depth at the position. The 2006 High School Defensive Player of the Year instead returns for 2010 in search of a true senior-season breakout. Though exceptionally strong and hard to move, Austin managed just six tackles for loss and four sacks in 2009, and will need to improve his up-field penetration skills to solidify a spot among the top-10 picks. At the moment, the 6-3, 305-pound power player's best projection is at defensive end in a 3-4 scheme. 13. Alabama RB Mark Ingram Commonly compared to Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith, Ingram is a versatile (32 catches in 2009), no-nonsense back with outstanding vision and good size (5-10, 215 pounds). The 2009 Heisman winner has been exceptionally durable throughout his career, dating back to high school. A workhorse, Ingram is coming off a 271-carry campaign in which he was the offensive focal point for the national champion Crimson Tide. Ingram has scored 32 touchdowns and averaged 5.8 yards per carry through two college seasons. Though he lacks home run speed and difference-making moves, Ingram projects as a hard-working, reliable pro who will fit well in a power-running offense. 16. Penn State RB Evan Royster Widely expected to enter the 2010 draft after a solid, if unspectacular junior year, Royster instead opted to stay in school for his senior season. The 6-1, 213-pound back's yards-per-carry average did slip from 6.5 in '08 to 5.7, so he'll be looking to display improved burst. Royster is a solid receiver (33 catches in 2008-09) and experienced in blitz pickup coming from the Nittany Lions' pro-style scheme. A one-cut runner with plenty of speed and power, Royster will be relied on more heavily than ever following the graduation of quarterback Daryll Clark. If Royster capitalizes on the opportunity, the fourth-year senior should hear his name called in round one next April.
Posted by ricky12684
You have no idea what any of these guys are going to do this year and from the looks of it you're just parroting what the other websites are saying. This post is idiotic and by the time the draft comes around you'll be parroting another website that has completely different players. Get a life moron.