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this only considers seniors, but we are at the halfway point in the season. so, this is a good time to see how they see the board shaping up.

1

dorsey, glenn (dt), lsu 1 6-2 316 5.06

2

woodson, andre' (qb), kentucky 1 6-5 224 4.78

3

long, chris (de), virginia 1 6-4 275 4.79

4

ellis, sedrick (dt), southern cal 1 6-1 305 4.96

5

long, jake (ot), michigan 1 6-7 315 5.08

6

rivers, keith (olb), southern cal 1 6-3 235 4.58

7

ryan, matt (qb), boston college 1 6-5 224 4.82

8

connor, dan (ilb), penn state 1 6-3 232 4.67

9

doucet, early (wr), lsu 1 6-0 212 4.54

10

tribble, dejuan (cb), boston college 1 5-09 190 4.49

11

brohm, brian (qb), louisville 1 6-3 227 4.79

12

groves, quentin (olb), auburn 1 6-3 250 4.46

13

cherilus, gosder (ot), boston college 1 6-7 315 5.14

14

thomas, terrell (cb), southern cal 1 6-1 198 4.46

15

bowman, adarius (wr), oklahoma state 1 6-4 220 4.53

16

highsmith, ali (olb), lsu 1 6-0 226 4.59

17

wheeler, philip (ilb), georgia tech 1 6-2 235 4.62

18

young, eric (og), tennessee 1 6-4 308 5.18

19

baker, sam (ot), southern cal 1 6-5 312 5.09

20

adibi, xavier (olb), virginia tech 1 6-2 226 4.54

21

hall, d.j. (wr), alabama 1 6-2 190 4.49

22

rodgers-cromartie, dominique (cb), tennessee state 1 6-2 182 4.44

23

cason, antoine (cb), arizona 1 6-0 190 4.54

24

hart, mike (rb), michigan 1 5-09 195 4.57

25

castille, simeon (fs), alabama 1 6-1 190 4.62

26

henne, chad (qb), michigan 1-2 6-2 225 5.18

27

douglas, harry (wr), louisville 1-2 5-11 176 4.36

28

justice, steve ©, wake forest 1-2 6-4 285 5.14

29

caldwell, andre (wr), florida 1-2 6-1 200 4.41

30

hefney, jonathan (cb), tennessee 1-2 5-09 185 4.47

31

jenkins, mike (cb), south florida 1-2 6-0 200 4.49

32

bryant, red (dt), texas a&m 1-2 6-5 328 5.16

33

bell, beau (ilb), unlv 1-2 6-2 248 4.63

34

crable, shawn (olb), michigan 1-2 6-5 245 4.65

35

avery, donnie (wr), houston 1-2 5-11 185 4.34

36

jackson, lawrence (de), southern cal 1-2 6-5 268 4.89

37

porter, tracy (cb), indiana 2 5-11 185 4.38

38

lowery, dwight (cb), san jose state 2 6-1 185 4.55

39

davis, fred (te), southern cal 2 6-4 248 4.76

40

ainge, erik (qb), tennessee 2 6-6 223 5.06

41

bryant, dorien (wr), purdue 2 5-10 176 4.48

42

blake, tommy (de), tcu 2 6-3 258 4.73

43

sweed, limas (wr), texas 2 6-5 218 4.58

44

booty, john david (qb), southern cal 2 6-3 210 4.92

45

gooden, tavares (ilb), miami 2 6-2 235 4.47

46

rucker, martin (te), missouri 2 6-5 248 4.69

47

mcglynn, mike (ot), pittsburgh 2 6-5 318 5.25

48

williams, chris (ot), vanderbilt 2 6-6 315 5.25

49

butler, ezra (olb), nevada 2 6-2 248 4.54

50

balmer, kentwan (dt), north carolina 2 6-5 298 5.12

51

otah, jeff (ot), pittsburgh 2 6-6 340 5.36

52

burton, keenan (wr), kentucky 2 6-1 200 4.50

53

pressley, demario (dt), north carolina state 2 6-3 298 5.16

54

pollak, mike ©, arizona state 2 6-4 295 4.98

55

zbikowski, tom (ss), notre dame 2 5-11 210 4.58

56

royal, eddie (wr), virginia tech 2 5-10 184 4.39

57

benedict, heath (og), newberry 2 6-6 328 4.99

58

choice, tashard (rb), georgia tech 2 5-11 208 4.57

59

williams, trae (cb), south florida 2-3 5-10 193 4.40

60

brennan, colt (qb), hawaii 2-3 6-3 205 4.79

61

okam, frank (dt), texas 2-3 6-5 320 5.24

62

gilberry, wallace (de), alabama 2-3 6-3 265 4.93

63

patrick, allen (rb), oklahoma 2-3 6-1 195 4.45

64

robertson, darrell (de), georgia tech 2-3 6-5 245 4.78

65

adams, jamar (ss), michigan 2-3 6-2 210 4.52

66

zenon, jonathan (cb), lsu 2-3 6-0 180 4.58

67

avril, cliff (olb), purdue 2-3 6-3 250 4.78

68

hills, tony (ot), texas 2-3 6-6 305 5.16

69

schuening, roy (og), oregon state 2-3 6-4 318 5.19

70

ellis, chris (de), virginia tech 2-3 6-5 256 4.74

71

radovich, drew (og), southern cal 3 6-5 305 5.18

72

tamme, jacob (te), kentucky 3 6-4 232 4.58

73

harrington, chris (de), texas a&m 3 6-5 268 4.79

74

jackson, chevis (cb), lsu 3 6-0 192 4.58

75

demps, quintin (fs), texas-el paso 3 6-0 205 4.53

76

iwebema, kenny (de), iowa 3 6-4 265 4.89

77

greco, john (ot), toledo 3 6-5 320 5.28

78

laws, trevor (dt), notre dame 3 6-1 295 5.18

79

torain, ryan (rb), arizona state 3 6-0 215 4.54

80

davis, bruce (olb), ucla 3 6-3 235 4.69

81

johnson, chris (rb), east carolina 3 5-11 200 4.27

82

hawkins, lavelle (wr), california 3 5-11 186 4.48

83

little, rafael (rb), kentucky 3 5-09 194 4.49

84

goff, jonathan (ilb), vanderbilt 3 6-2 238 4.72

85

rinehart, chad (ot), northern iowa 3 6-5 312 5.18

86

dunbar, jolonn (ilb), boston college 3 6-1 228 4.79

87

decoud, thomas (fs), california 3 6-2 195 4.55

88

ortiz, chase (de), tcu 3 6-2 256 4.84

89

barrett, josh (ss), arizona state 3-4 6-2 225 4.55

90

sullivan, john ©, notre dame 3-4 6-3 305 5.23

91

alridge, anthony (wr), houston 3-4 5-09 174 4.34

92

steltz, craig (ss), lsu 3-4 6-1 210 4.59

93

dunlap, king (ot), auburn 3-4 6-9 312 5.06

94

flynn, matt (qb), lsu 3-4 6-2 228 4.68

95

bowman, zackary (cb), nebraska 3-4 6-2 200 4.53

96

fontenot, wilrey (cb), arizona 3-4 5-09 176 4.49

97

dixon, dennis (qb), oregon 3-4 6-4 205 4.58

98

woodyard, wesley (olb), kentucky 3-4 6-1 215 4.49

99

mckelvin, leodis (cb), troy 3-4 5-11 188 4.44

100

johnson, josh (qb), san diego 3-4 6-3 198 4.74

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so if things fell out like that, we're probably looking at a draft something like this:

11 brohm, brian (qb), louisville 1 6-3 227 4.79

45 gooden, tavares (ilb), miami 2 6-2 235 4.47

47 mcglynn, mike (ot), pittsburgh 2 6-5 318 5.25

69 schuening, roy (og), oregon state 2-3 6-4 318 5.19

99 mckelvin, leodis (cb), troy 3-4 5-11 188 4.44

let's hope we signed a few free agents to fill some holes.

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so if things fell out like that, we're probably looking at a draft something like this:

11 brohm, brian (qb), louisville 1 6-3 227 4.79

45 gooden, tavares (ilb), miami 2 6-2 235 4.47

47 mcglynn, mike (ot), pittsburgh 2 6-5 318 5.25

69 schuening, roy (og), oregon state 2-3 6-4 318 5.19

99 mckelvin, leodis (cb), troy 3-4 5-11 188 4.44

let's hope we signed a few free agents to fill some holes.

i like this scenario... but i know a lot of people don't agree with me on taking rucker in the 2nd...

11

brohm, brian (qb), louisville 1 6-3 227 4.79

46

rucker, martin (te), missouri 2 6-5 248 4.69

51

otah, jeff (ot), pittsburgh 2 6-6 340 5.36

84

goff, jonathan (ilb), vanderbilt 3 6-2 238 4.72

why take the 11th best guy instead of the 2nd best with a need at qb?

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why take the 11th best guy instead of the 2nd best with a need at qb?

because the learning curve for the system will be tremendously shorter. there is no guarantee that the other 2 qbs can learn or play the system we're running. and, this is just 1 person's rankings, the club & other people may have them ranked differently.

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because the learning curve for the system will be tremendously shorter. there is no guarantee that the other 2 qbs can learn or play the system we're running. and, this is just 1 person's rankings, the club & other people may have them ranked differently.

are you kidding me?

shorter, but certainly not worth passing up on the more physically talented qb.

not that i believe brohm isn't any good, i think it's going to pan out similar to russell and quinn from last year.

woodson solidifies his standing this saturday.

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quinn was the more hyped qb, once he got to face an sec defense, he folded like a lawn chair.

from there through the combine, russell's physical ability solidified his position as the #1 qb.

the same script will be played out this year with brohm in the role of the hyped qb (much of it deserved though), and woodson's physical ability and track record winning out.

the only difference is woodson may go on to win the heisman.

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this only considers seniors, but we are at the halfway point in the season. so, this is a good time to see how they see the board shaping up.

1

dorsey, glenn (dt), lsu 1 6-2 316 5.06

2

woodson, andre' (qb), kentucky 1 6-5 224 4.78

3

long, chris (de), virginia 1 6-4 275 4.79

4

ellis, sedrick (dt), southern cal 1 6-1 305 4.96

5

long, jake (ot), michigan 1 6-7 315 5.08

6

rivers, keith (olb), southern cal 1 6-3 235 4.58

7

ryan, matt (qb), boston college 1 6-5 224 4.82

8

connor, dan (ilb), penn state 1 6-3 232 4.67

9

doucet, early (wr), lsu 1 6-0 212 4.54

10

tribble, dejuan (cb), boston college 1 5-09 190 4.49

11

brohm, brian (qb), louisville 1 6-3 227 4.79

12

groves, quentin (olb), auburn 1 6-3 250 4.46

13

cherilus, gosder (ot), boston college 1 6-7 315 5.14

14

thomas, terrell (cb), southern cal 1 6-1 198 4.46

15

bowman, adarius (wr), oklahoma state 1 6-4 220 4.53

16

highsmith, ali (olb), lsu 1 6-0 226 4.59

17

wheeler, philip (ilb), georgia tech 1 6-2 235 4.62

18

young, eric (og), tennessee 1 6-4 308 5.18

19

baker, sam (ot), southern cal 1 6-5 312 5.09

20

adibi, xavier (olb), virginia tech 1 6-2 226 4.54

21

hall, d.j. (wr), alabama 1 6-2 190 4.49

22

rodgers-cromartie, dominique (cb), tennessee state 1 6-2 182 4.44

23

cason, antoine (cb), arizona 1 6-0 190 4.54

24

hart, mike (rb), michigan 1 5-09 195 4.57

25

castille, simeon (fs), alabama 1 6-1 190 4.62

26

henne, chad (qb), michigan 1-2 6-2 225 5.18

27

douglas, harry (wr), louisville 1-2 5-11 176 4.36

28

justice, steve ©, wake forest 1-2 6-4 285 5.14

29

caldwell, andre (wr), florida 1-2 6-1 200 4.41

30

hefney, jonathan (cb), tennessee 1-2 5-09 185 4.47

31

jenkins, mike (cb), south florida 1-2 6-0 200 4.49

32

bryant, red (dt), texas a&m 1-2 6-5 328 5.16

33

bell, beau (ilb), unlv 1-2 6-2 248 4.63

34

crable, shawn (olb), michigan 1-2 6-5 245 4.65

35

avery, donnie (wr), houston 1-2 5-11 185 4.34

36

jackson, lawrence (de), southern cal 1-2 6-5 268 4.89

37

porter, tracy (cb), indiana 2 5-11 185 4.38

38

lowery, dwight (cb), san jose state 2 6-1 185 4.55

39

davis, fred (te), southern cal 2 6-4 248 4.76

40

ainge, erik (qb), tennessee 2 6-6 223 5.06

41

bryant, dorien (wr), purdue 2 5-10 176 4.48

42

blake, tommy (de), tcu 2 6-3 258 4.73

43

sweed, limas (wr), texas 2 6-5 218 4.58

44

booty, john david (qb), southern cal 2 6-3 210 4.92

45

gooden, tavares (ilb), miami 2 6-2 235 4.47

46

rucker, martin (te), missouri 2 6-5 248 4.69

47

mcglynn, mike (ot), pittsburgh 2 6-5 318 5.25

48

williams, chris (ot), vanderbilt 2 6-6 315 5.25

49

butler, ezra (olb), nevada 2 6-2 248 4.54

50

balmer, kentwan (dt), north carolina 2 6-5 298 5.12

51

otah, jeff (ot), pittsburgh 2 6-6 340 5.36

52

burton, keenan (wr), kentucky 2 6-1 200 4.50

53

pressley, demario (dt), north carolina state 2 6-3 298 5.16

54

pollak, mike ©, arizona state 2 6-4 295 4.98

55

zbikowski, tom (ss), notre dame 2 5-11 210 4.58

56

royal, eddie (wr), virginia tech 2 5-10 184 4.39

57

benedict, heath (og), newberry 2 6-6 328 4.99

58

choice, tashard (rb), georgia tech 2 5-11 208 4.57

59

williams, trae (cb), south florida 2-3 5-10 193 4.40

60

brennan, colt (qb), hawaii 2-3 6-3 205 4.79

61

okam, frank (dt), texas 2-3 6-5 320 5.24

62

gilberry, wallace (de), alabama 2-3 6-3 265 4.93

63

patrick, allen (rb), oklahoma 2-3 6-1 195 4.45

64

robertson, darrell (de), georgia tech 2-3 6-5 245 4.78

65

adams, jamar (ss), michigan 2-3 6-2 210 4.52

66

zenon, jonathan (cb), lsu 2-3 6-0 180 4.58

67

avril, cliff (olb), purdue 2-3 6-3 250 4.78

68

hills, tony (ot), texas 2-3 6-6 305 5.16

69

schuening, roy (og), oregon state 2-3 6-4 318 5.19

70

ellis, chris (de), virginia tech 2-3 6-5 256 4.74

71

radovich, drew (og), southern cal 3 6-5 305 5.18

72

tamme, jacob (te), kentucky 3 6-4 232 4.58

73

harrington, chris (de), texas a&m 3 6-5 268 4.79

74

jackson, chevis (cb), lsu 3 6-0 192 4.58

75

demps, quintin (fs), texas-el paso 3 6-0 205 4.53

76

iwebema, kenny (de), iowa 3 6-4 265 4.89

77

greco, john (ot), toledo 3 6-5 320 5.28

78

laws, trevor (dt), notre dame 3 6-1 295 5.18

79

torain, ryan (rb), arizona state 3 6-0 215 4.54

80

davis, bruce (olb), ucla 3 6-3 235 4.69

81

johnson, chris (rb), east carolina 3 5-11 200 4.27

82

hawkins, lavelle (wr), california 3 5-11 186 4.48

83

little, rafael (rb), kentucky 3 5-09 194 4.49

84

goff, jonathan (ilb), vanderbilt 3 6-2 238 4.72

85

rinehart, chad (ot), northern iowa 3 6-5 312 5.18

86

dunbar, jolonn (ilb), boston college 3 6-1 228 4.79

87

decoud, thomas (fs), california 3 6-2 195 4.55

88

ortiz, chase (de), tcu 3 6-2 256 4.84

89

barrett, josh (ss), arizona state 3-4 6-2 225 4.55

90

sullivan, john ©, notre dame 3-4 6-3 305 5.23

91

alridge, anthony (wr), houston 3-4 5-09 174 4.34

92

steltz, craig (ss), lsu 3-4 6-1 210 4.59

93

dunlap, king (ot), auburn 3-4 6-9 312 5.06

94

flynn, matt (qb), lsu 3-4 6-2 228 4.68

95

bowman, zackary (cb), nebraska 3-4 6-2 200 4.53

96

fontenot, wilrey (cb), arizona 3-4 5-09 176 4.49

97

dixon, dennis (qb), oregon 3-4 6-4 205 4.58

98

woodyard, wesley (olb), kentucky 3-4 6-1 215 4.49

99

mckelvin, leodis (cb), troy 3-4 5-11 188 4.44

100

johnson, josh (qb), san diego 3-4 6-3 198 4.74

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seneca wallace?????

i can't even touch this comparison (not attacking you)

this kid is lighting the nation on fire right now he has a higher qb ranking then every qb ranked ahead of him

his team is 9th in the nation

he throws the best deep ball in college right now

and the kid runs a low 4.4

i am more excited to see this kid as a pro then i was w vy

if mckay only has a brain

some parts of atlanta dont want dixson just because he might remind them of another qb.

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i like this scenario... but i know a lot of people don't agree with me on taking rucker in the 2nd...

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brohm, brian (qb), louisville 1 6-3 227 4.79

46

rucker, martin (te), missouri 2 6-5 248 4.69

51

otah, jeff (ot), pittsburgh 2 6-6 340 5.36

84

goff, jonathan (ilb), vanderbilt 3 6-2 238 4.72

chace kaufmenn is way better than rucker

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you can say the white people, its ok

plenty of white people supported vick. plenty of us also know what happened with vick was an anomaly. i would be shocked to see anything like that happen with any other player for the next 30+ years. the same people who don't want dixon probably didn't want vick to begin with. i don't care if our qb is purple and shoots the football out of his 4ss, as long as he is a winner and gets the job done.

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i like brohm better than woodson at this point. it's just an opinion. it's extremely hard to gauge how qbs will transition to the nfl. we both may look crazy in a few years...

i can understand brohm over woodson. both have performed at the highest level in college.

i think woodson presents more of a ceiling than brohm, but i think both will be good qb's.

you're right that it's a crapshoot in projecting these guys. i just hope the falcons make the right choice!

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