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TIER I: Elite prospects

Player Position School HT WT 40 Grade

Aaron Curry OLB Wake Forest 6-1⅝ 254 4.56 97

Jason Smith OT Baylor 6-5 309 5.22 97

Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech 6-1⅜ 215 -- 97

TIER II: Top-10 worthy

Player Position School HT WT 40 Grade

Brian Orakpo DE Texas 6-3 263 4.70 96

B.J. Raji DT Boston College 6-1½ 337 5.23 96

Eugene Monroe OT Virginia 6-5¼ 309 5.31 95

Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri 6-0⅛ 198 4.48 95

Matthew Stafford QB Georgia 6-2¼ 225 4.85 95

TIER III: Top-20 worthy

Player Position School HT WT 40 Grade

Aaron Maybin DE Penn State 6-3¾ 249 4.89 94

Mark Sanchez QB USC 6-2⅛ 227 5.00 94

Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State 6-0⅛ 204 4.59 94

Andre Smith OT Alabama 6-4 332 -- 94

Tyson Jackson DE LSU 6-4⅛ 296 5.00 93

Knowshon Moreno RB Georgia 5-10⅝ 217 4.62 93

Percy Harvin WR Florida 5-11⅛ 192 4.41 93

TIER IV: Mid-to-late first round

Player Position School HT WT 40 Grade

Rey Maualuga ILB USC 6-1¾ 249 4.91 92

Michael Oher OT Mississippi 6-4½ 309 5.35 92

Clay Matthews OLB USC 6-3⅛ 240 4.67 92

Everette Brown DE Florida State 6-1½ 256 4.73 92

Chris Wells RB Ohio State 6-1 235 4.59 92

Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma State 6-5⅜ 263 4.86 91

Robert Ayers DE Tennessee 6-3⅛ 272 4.90 91

Brian Cushing OLB USC 6-2⅞ 243 4.74 91

Vontae Davis CB Illinois 5-11⅛ 203 4.49 91

Peria Jerry DT Mississippi 6-1¾ 299 5.00 91

Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland 6-0⅝ 210 4.30 91

Josh Freeman QB Kansas State 6-5¾ 248 4.97 91

TIER V: Fringe first round

Player Position School HT WT 40 Grade

Louis Delmas S Western Michigan 5-11⅜ 202 4.57 90

Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina 6-0¾ 202 4.63 90

Donald Brown RB Connecticut 5-10¼ 210 4.51 90

James Laurinaitis ILB Ohio State 6-1⅞ 244 4.88 90

Eben Britton OT Arizona 6-6 309 5.16 90

Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest 5-9 193 4.57 90

Darius Butler CB Connecticut 5-10⅜ 183 4.53 89

Connor Barwin DE Cincinnati 6-3⅝ 256 4.66 89

LeSean McCoy RB Pittsburgh 5-10⅜ 198 -- 89

Kenny Britt WR Rutgers 6-2⅞ 218 4.56 89

TIER VI: Solid second round

Player Position School HT WT 40 Grade

Ron Brace DT Boston College 6-3 330 5.50 88

Alex Mack C California 6-3⅞ 311 5.10 88

Shawn Nelson TE Southern Miss 6-5 240 4.56 88

Rashad Johnson S Alabama 5-11¼ 203 4.60 88

D.J. Moore CB Vanderbilt 5-8⅞ 192 4.59 87

Lawrence Sidbury DE Richmond 6-2⅜ 266 4.64 87

Larry English DE Northern Illinois 6-2⅛ 255 4.88 86

Jamon Meredith OT South Carolina 6-4¾ 304 5.03 86

Max Unger C Oregon 6-4⅝ 309 5.35 86

Jared Cook TE South Carolina 6-4¾ 246 4.50 86

Michael Johnson DE Georgia Tech 6-6⅞ 266 4.75 85

Paul Kruger DE Utah 6-4¼ 263 5.00 84

Cornelius Ingram TE Florida 6-3⅞ 245 4.68 84

William Beatty OT Connecticut 6-6 307 5.12 84

Evander Hood DT Missouri 6-2⅞ 300 4.97 84

Sean Smith CB Utah 6-3½ 214 4.58 84

Patrick Chung S Oregon 5-11¼ 212 4.57 84

Clint Sintim OLB Virginia 6-2¾ 256 4.82 84

TIER VII: Fringe second round

Player Position School HT WT 40 Grade

Shonn Greene RB Iowa 5-10½ 227 4.65 83

Cody Brown OLB Connecticut 6-2⅛ 244 4.84 83

Jairus Byrd CB Oregon 5-10⅛ 207 -- 83

Fili Moala DT USC 6-4 305 5.16 83

William Moore S Missouri 6-0⅛ 221 4.62 82

Pat White WR West Virginia 6-0¼ 197 4.50 82

Eric Wood C Louisville 6-3⅞ 310 5.24 82

James Casey TE Rice 6-2 246 4.80 81

Sen'Derrick Marks DT Auburn 6-1¾ 306 5.08 81

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interesting list. especially on matt stafford. i still cant get over that huge argument between mcshay and kipper. i still dont get mcshay, i think kipper was right, he had stafford as a top 10 pick. so whats the big deal about being # 1 overall?

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Look. I've seen Sidbury play. This dude is a MONSTER of a pass rusher. He reminds me of JA55. He's going to go high. Maybe in the end of the first round. He's just that good. Raw. But good at getting to the QB. If the Falcons can get him in the second. They should try.

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McShay is not much of a william moore supporter

Yeah, but he has the wrong measurables down for him, so that makes me question the depth of his observations of MOore. He is certainly not a fringe second rounder, and IMO he is the best safety prospect in this draft class, save for maybe Jenkins if FS is the spot he ends up at.

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