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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 3:35 pm    Post subject: 2013 NFL DRAFT PROSPECTS THREAD Reply with quote

College Football season is approaching. This is the thread for the draft prospects of next year. I'm going to post a ranking i found for each position, and will adjust it through out the season to what we can agree on.




QB's
1. Geno Smith - West Virginia - 6'3 215lbs.
2. Matt Barkley - USC - 6'2 230lbs
3. Tyler Wilson - Arkansas - 6'3 220lbs
4. Tyler Bray - Tennessee - 6'5 215lbs
5. Zac Dysert - Miami (Ohio) - 6'4 228lbs


RB's
1. Giovani Benard
2. Le'Veon Bell
3. Montee Ball
4. Johnathan Franklin
5. Kenjon Barner



WR's
1. Keenan Allen - California - 6'3 210lbs
2. Justin Hunter - Tennesse - 6'4 200lbs
3. Robert Woods - USC - 6'1 190lbs
4. Terrance Williams - Baylor - 6'2 205lbs
5. Marquess Wilson - Wahsington State - 6'4 185lbs



TE's
1. Tyler Eifert - Notre Dame - 6'6 251lbs.
2. Dion Sims - Michigan State - 6'5 285lbs
3. C.J. Fiedorowicz - Iowa - 6'7 265lbs
4. Michael Williams - Alabama - 6'6 270lbs
5. Jordan Reed - Florida - 6'3 243lbs


C's
1. Khaled Holmes - USC - 6'4 305lbs
2. Graham Pocic - Illinois - 6'5 310lbs
3. Braxston Cave - Notre Dame - 6'3 304lbs
4. Mario Benavides - Louisville - 6'4 286lbs
5. Dalton Freeman - Clemson - 6'4 286lbs


OG's
1. Chance Warmack - Alabama - 6'3 320lbs
2. Barrett Jones - Alabama - 6'5 302lbs
3. Jonathan Cooper - North Carolina - 6'3 295lbs
4. Travis Frederick - Wisconsin - 6'4 328lbs
5. Larry Warford - Kentucky - 6'3 343lbs


OT's
1. Taylor Lewan - Michigan - 6'8 309lbs
2. Luke Joeckel - Texas A&M - 6'6 310lbs
3. Jake Matthews - Texas A&M - 6'5 305lbs
4. D.J Fluker - Alabama - 6'6 335lbs
5. Dallas Thomas - Tennessee - 6'5 310lbs


DE's
1. Bjoern Werner - Florida State - 6'4 255lbs
2. Sam Montgomery - LSU - 6'5 260lbs
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3-4 NT's
1. Star Lotulelei - Utah - 6'4 320lbs
2. Johnathon Hankins - Ohio State - 6'3 318lbs
3. Bennie Logan - LSU - 6'3 295lbs
4. Kawann Short - Purdue - 6'3 315lbs
5. Jesse Williams - Alabama - 6'4 320lbs



3-4 OLB's
1. Jarvis Jones - Georgia - 6'3 241lbs
2. Barkevious Mingo - LSU - 6'5 240lbs
3. Alex Okafor - Texas - 6'4 265lbs
4. Dion Jordan - Oregon - 6'6 245lbs
5. Corey Lemonier - Auburn - 6'3 246lbs




MLB's
1. Manti Te'o - Notre Dame - 6'2 255lbs
2. Shayne Skov - Stanford - 6'3 243lbs
3. Kevin Reddick - North Carolina - 6'3 240lbs
4. Arthur Brown - Kansas State 6'1 228lbs
5. Nico Johnson - Alabama - 6'3 245lbs



CB's
1. David Amerson - North Carolina State - 6'3 194lbs
2. Johnthan Banks - Miss State - 6'2 185lbs
3. Xavier Rhodes - Florida State - 6'2 217lbs
4. Dee Milliner - Alabama - 6'1 200lbs
5. Terry Hawthorne - Illinois - 6'0 190lbs


FS's
1. Eric Reid - LSU - 6'2 208lbs
2. T.J. McDonald - USC 6'3 205lbs
3. Robert Lester -Alabama - 6'2 210lbs
4. Tony Jefferson - Oklahoma - 5'11 212lbs
5. Bacarri Rambo - Georgia - 6'0 210lbs


SS's
1. Kenny Vaccaro - Texas - 6'1 218lbs
2. Shawn Williams - Georgia - 6'1 220lbs
3. Matt Elam - Florida - 5'10 205lbs
4. Jahleel Addae - Central Michigan - 5'11 195lbs
5. Jordan Kovacs - Michigan - 6'0 202lbs
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 5:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

QUESTION!!

Are you going to base it on who is best, or who is best for the Jets? For instance, a RT like DJ Fluker would be number 1 on my tackles list over any of the LTs.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jetsfan4life51 wrote:
QUESTION!!

Are you going to base it on who is best, or who is best for the Jets? For instance, a RT like DJ Fluker would be number 1 on my tackles list over any of the LTs.


I haven't really thought about it. Its up to everyone . I just wanted to create a thread like we had last season for everyone to talk about the prospects on. But if everyone wants to do it like that. I wouldn't mind. I like Fluker as well
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QB's
1. Matt Barkley - USC
2.Tyler Wilson - Arkansas
3. Logan Thomas - Virginia Tech
4. Landry Jones - Oklahoma
5. EJ Manuel - Florida State

RB's
1. Marcus Lattimore - U. South Carolina
2. Montee Ball - Wisconsin
3. Knile Davis - Arkansas
4. Eddie Lacy - Alabama
5. Christine Michael - Texas A&M

WR's
1. Keenan Allen - California
2. Justin Hunter - Tennesse
3. Robert Woods - USC
4. Terrance Williams - Baylor
5. Marquess Wilson - Wahsington State

TE's
1. Tyler Eifert - Notre Dame
2. Dion Sims - Michigan State
3. C.J. Fiedorowicz - Iowa
4. Michael Williams - Alabama
5. Jordan Reed - Florida

C's
1. Khaled Holmes - USC
2. Graham Pocic - Illinois
3. Braxston Cave - Notre Dame
4. T.J. Johnson - South Carolina
5. Dalton Freeman - Clemson

OG's
1.Barrett Jones - Alabama
2. Chance Warmack - Alabama
3. Jonathan Cooper - North Carolina
4. Travis Frederick - Wisconsin
5. Larry Warford - Kentucky

OT's
1. Luke Joeckel - Texas A&M
2. Chris Faulk - LSU
3. Taylor Lewan - Michigan
4. D.J Fluker - Alabama
5. Jake Matthews - Texas A&M

DE's
1. Sam Montgomery - LSU
2. Jackson Jeffcoat - Texas
3. Bjoern Werner - Florida State
4. Alex Okafor - Texas
5. William Gholston - Michigan State

DT's
1. Star Lotulelei - Utah
2. Johnathon Hankins - Ohio State
3. Bennie Logan - LSU
4. Kawann Short - Purdue
5. Jesse Williams - Alabama

OLB's
1. Barkevious Mingo - LSU
2. Jarvis Jones - Georgia
3. Sean Porter - Texas A&M
4. Brandon Jenkins - Florida State
5. Gerald Hodges - Penn State

MLB's
1. Manti Te'o - Notre Dame
2. Shayne Skov - Stanford
3. Kevin Reddick - North Carolina
4. Arthur Brown - Kansas State
5. Nico Johnson - Alabama

CB's
1. David Amerson - North Carolina State
2. Johnthan Banks - Miss State
3. Xavier Rhodes - Florida State
4. Dee Milliner - Alabama
5. Terry Hawthorne - Illinois

FS's
1. Eric Reid - LSU
2. T.J. McDonald - USC
3. Robert Lester -Alabama
4. Tony Jefferson - Oklahoma
5. Bacarri Rambo - Georgia

SS's
1. Kenny Vaccaro - Texas
2. Shawn Williams - Georgia
3. Matt Elam - Florida
4. Jahleel Addae - Central Michigan
5. Jordan Kovacs - Michigan

those are the prospects i would like for the jets to get. I kinda wish CB was more of a need b/c David Amerson is my favorite prospect in the entire draft.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 12:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Should I make Fluker the #1 Tackle for us at the start of the season?
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 4:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tyler Wilson or Matt Barkley if Sanchez doesn't work out this year

Marcus Lattimore if we keep Sanchez and continue G&P

DJ Fluker seems ideal for us

Id be happy with

Sam Montgomery
Bjoern Werner
Jarvis Jones
Keke Mingo
Brandon Jenkins

Eric Reid
TJ McDonald
Bacarri Rambo
Robert Lester

Any combo of these 2 groups
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If Mark Sanchez doesn't work out I want Tyler Bray or Mike Glennon. Bray's accuracy is absolutely outstanding when he's healthy and he has really solid pocket presence.

Glennon has a bit of a gambler's tendency, but he's aggressive, instinctual, and can fit throws into tight windows. He's also big and can take a beating, and isn't a total statue in the pocket like Ryan Mallet was.

I'm very happy to throw my support behind Mark, because I do believe he can have real success in the right conditions. I just hope he isn't wrongfully scapegoated if the team tanks this year.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

At the moment, Fluker is my #1 prospect because of how bad our oline looks right now. One of my sleepers at Tackle is Alex hurst from LSU. I think he can play OT & OG.

As far as Qb's , I have to do more research on. There isnt a QB that pulls me yet. I still believe in Mark. But if he blows this, then we will have to dump him and Tebow.

My top 3 prospects is #1 Fluker, #2 Lattimore, #3 Mingo, Jenkins, or Montgomery . Marcus might not wow people with speed, but he can read blocks and get the job done rushing and catching. Mingo, Jenkins, and Montgomery are great prospects. Mont can play 4-3 DE and 3-4OLB (IMO). Dude is very athletic.

Eric Ried is going to be a great player. hes my favorite prospect, but we have bigger needs right now.
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I found a small scouting report on Fluker. He might have something to prove this season.


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At his size, Fluker is strictly a right tackle or perhaps even a guard prospect as he hasn't demonstrated the agility or balance necessary to handle NFL speed rushers on a consistent basis.


Even as a run blocker -- his specialty -- Fluker has a tendency to drop his head and stop his feet as he makes contact, resulting in some of his more talented opponents being able to disengage.


Fluker's combination of size and power, however, make him a formidable prospect who should only get better. For a drive-blocking, power-based scheme, Fluker ranks as one of the top right tackle prospects in the entire country.



Due to his massive size and upside, Fluker will often earn comparisons to former Alabama standout Andre Smith, who the Cincinnati Bengals made the No. 6 overall pick of the 2009 draft. In reality, a fairer comparison is to former teammate James Carpenter, who also earned a first round selection but at No. 25 in 2011 by the Seattle Seahawks.


NFL Comparison: James Carpenter, Seahawks

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If we add another young QB with the potential to be a full time starter, I want a guy whose 6'4+ and has the confidence and ability to throw the ball downfield. I like both the Bray and Glennon ideas.
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If we add another young QB with the potential to be a full time starter, I want a guy whose 6'4+ and has the confidence and ability to throw the ball downfield. I like both the Bray and Glennon ideas.


Same here. I would like to find a bigger QB who is mobile, but I'm not to big on Logan Thomas yet. Looking at his stat line, he didn't step up in alot of games last season.

Geno Smith
Aaron Murray
Mike Glennon
Casey Pachall

Are the QB's I'm going to be looking at this season if our offense fall apart. The only thing about Geno I'm worried about is the system he play in, and his rushing stats. Might look at keith Price from Washington as well
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rickyt31 wrote:
ekill08x wrote:
If we add another young QB with the potential to be a full time starter, I want a guy whose 6'4+ and has the confidence and ability to throw the ball downfield. I like both the Bray and Glennon ideas.


Same here. I would like to find a bigger QB who is mobile, but I'm not to big on Logan Thomas yet. Looking at his stat line, he didn't step up in alot of games last season.

Geno Smith
Aaron Murray
Mike Glennon
Casey Pachall

Are the QB's I'm going to be looking at this season if our offense fall apart. The only thing about Geno I'm worried about is the system he play in, and his rushing stats. Might look at keith Price from Washington as well


Absolutely love Geno. I go to WVU and I've always hated our players as prospects, but even in Holgerson's limited offense, Geno has shown he can make any throw on the field and is a natural at the position. His weight is my only major concern.

Aaron Murray is not as good as advertised after watching the tape. I love the aggressiveness. I hate his instincts. He has a tendency to stare down receivers, hold onto the ball too long, and trust his arm too much.

Glennon, as I've already said, is an extremely intriguing prospect.

Paschall is also totally fascinating.
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rickyt31 wrote:
ekill08x wrote:
If we add another young QB with the potential to be a full time starter, I want a guy whose 6'4+ and has the confidence and ability to throw the ball downfield. I like both the Bray and Glennon ideas.


Same here. I would like to find a bigger QB who is mobile, but I'm not to big on Logan Thomas yet. Looking at his stat line, he didn't step up in alot of games last season.

Geno Smith
Aaron Murray
Mike Glennon
Casey Pachall

Are the QB's I'm going to be looking at this season if our offense fall apart. The only thing about Geno I'm worried about is the system he play in, and his rushing stats. Might look at keith Price from Washington as well


Absolutely love Geno. I go to WVU and I've always hated our players as prospects, but even in Holgerson's limited offense, Geno has shown he can make any throw on the field and is a natural at the position. His weight is my only major concern.

Aaron Murray is not as good as advertised after watching the tape. I love the aggressiveness. I hate his instincts. He has a tendency to stare down receivers, hold onto the ball too long, and trust his arm too much.

Glennon, as I've already said, is an extremely intriguing prospect.

Paschall is also totally fascinating.


How tall does Geno look in person? on espn, they have him as 6'3 214. I like his confidence, and his skill set. That 6TD performance was amazing.

The reason I like Murray is because he didn't have any stand out players, but still made the best of it. Hes not my favorite, but hes just someone I will keep a eye on this season. He doesn't play against LSU, Bama, or Arkansas this year, so I will have to wait until their bowl game to see how good he really is.
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Someone I might have to add to the list of TE's is Gavin Escobar from SDSU. I know hes not the blocking type of TE everyone wants, but he has a Jimmy Graham style of play that could be deadly on a 2 TE set. 6'6 255 , 780 yards and 7 TD's last season. here is his highlight tape from last season, don't listen to the song tho. lol


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgZm7M3PoO8
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Right now ideal offseason is have Tony Sparano beg Jake Long to play RT, draft Jarvis Jones Round 1, Knile Davis Round 2, Chance Warmack Round 3.
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