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Hog Farmer 02-09-2013 07:10 AM

Top 10 at Key positions / NFL Draft
 
From the KCChiefs website:


Quarterbacks

1) Geno Smith – West Virginia (91.0)
2) Tyler Wilson – Arkansas (83.5)
3) Zac Dysert – Miami (OH) (83.5)
4) Matt Barkley – USC (82.0)
5) Mike Glennon – N.C. State (79.4)
6) Ryan Nassib – Syracuse (78.7)
7) EJ Manuel – Florida State (68.7)
8) Tyler Bray – Tennessee (67.8)
9) Landry Jones – Oklahoma (67.2)
10) Matt Scott – Arizona (55.4)

Running Backs

1) Giovani Bernard – North Carolina (84.0)
2) Eddie Lacy – Alabama (82.0)
3) Joseph Randle – Oklahoma State (80.6)
4) Andre Ellington – Clemson (79.7)
5) Stepfan Taylor – Stanford (75.6)
6) Montee Ball – Wisconsin (75.6)
7) Marcus Lattimore – South Carolina (74.9)
8) Johnathan Franklin – UCLA (72.3)
9) Christine Michael – Texas A&M (71.4)
10) Le’Veon Bell – Michigan State (71.2)

Wide Receivers

1) Cordarrelle Patterson – Tennessee (90.6)
2) DeAndre Hopkins – Clemson (87.8)
3) Keenan Allen – California (86.3)
4) Tavon Austin – West Virginia (85.4)
5) Quinton Patton – Louisiana Tech (83.8)
6) Terrance Williams – Baylor (83.6)
7) Robert Woods – USC (83.1)
8) Markus Wheaton – Oregon State (81.8)
9) Justin Hunter – Tennessee (81.8)
10) Stedman Bailey – West Virginia (79.0)

Offensive Line

1) Chance Warmack – OG-Alabama (95.9)
2) Luke Joeckel – OT- Texas A&M (95.3)
3) Erick Fisher – OT – Central Michigan (91.3)
4) Lane Johnson – OT- Oklahoma (86.9)
5) Jonathan Cooper – OG – North Carolina (86.9)
6) D.J. Fluker – OT – Alabama (85.5)
7) Larry Warford – OG – Kentucky (85.3)
8) Barrett Jones – OG – Alabama (85.1)
9) Dallas Thomas – OT – Tennessee (82.7)
10) Oday Oboushi – OT – Virginia (78.1)

Tight Ends

1) Tyler Eifert – Notre Dame (83.3)
2) Zach Ertz – Stanford (82.2)
3) Jordan Reed – Florida (80.5)
4) Travis Kelce – Cincinnati (80.0)
5) Gavin Escobar – San Diego State (79.0)
6) Philip Lutzenkirchen – Auburn (77.1)
7) Vance McDonald – Rice (76.0)
8) Chris Pantale – Boston College (68.5)
9) Dion Sims – Michigan State (67.0)
10) Levine Toilolo – Stanford (66.0)

Cornerbacks

1) Leon Sandcastle - ESPN (100)
1) Dee Milliner – Alabama (93.2)
2) Xavier Rhodes – Florida State (86.2)
3) Johnathan Banks – Florida International (84.4)
4) Desmond Trufant – Washington (84.1)
5) Robert Alford – Southeast Louisiana (81.1)
6) Leon McFadden – San Diego State (80.7)
7) Jamar Taylor – Boise State (79.5)
8) Blidi Wreh-Wilson – Connecticut (77.2)
9) David Amerson – N.C. State (74.4)
10) B.W. Webb – William & Mary (74.0)


Defensive Line

1) Barkevious Mingo – LSU - DE (92.8)
2) Star Lotulelei – Utah – DT (92.0)
3) Bjoern Werner – Florida State – DE (90.9)
4) Sheldon Richardson – Missouri – DT (90.7)
5) Sharrif Floyd – Florida – DT (90.3)
6) Ezekiel Ansah – BYU – DE (89.3)
7) Damontre Moore – Texas A&M – DE (89.2)
8) Dion Jordan – Oregon – DE (88.0)
9) Datone Jones – UCLA – DE (85.6)
10) Jesse Williams – Alabama – DT (85.5)

Linebackers

1) Arthur Brown – Kansas State – ILB (90.3)
2) Jarvis Jones – Georgia – OLB (88.8)
3) Manti Te’o – Notre Dame –ILB (87.5)
4) Alex Ogletree – Georgia – ILB (84.0)
5) Kevin Minter – LSU – ILB (84.0)
6) Sean Porter – Texas A&M – OLB (79.8)
7) Chase Thomas – Stanford – OLB (79.4)
8) Khaseem Greene – Rutgers – OLB (78.8)
9) Gerald Hodges – Penn State – OLB (72.4)
10) Michael Mauti – Penn State –ILB (71.8)

Safeties

1) Kenny Vaccaro – Texas – SS (87.7)
2) Eric Reid – LSU – FS (87.5)
3) John Cyprien – Florida International – FS (84.6)
4) D.J. Swearinger – South Carolina – SS (81.4)
5) Matt Elam – Florida – FS (80.0)
6) J.J. Wilcox – Georgia Southern – FS (77.0)
7) Shawn Williams – Georgia – SS (74.8)
8) Phillip Thomas – Fresno State – SS (74.1)
9) Tony Jefferson – Oklahoma – FS (73.2)
10) Zeke Motta – Notre Dame – SS (71.2)

Specialists (Of the Kickers and Punters receiving grades)

1) Dustin Hopkins – Florida State – K (69.5)
2) Quinn Sharp – Oklahoma State – K (61.9)
3) Caleb Sturgis – Florida – K (59.2)
4) Dylan Breeding – Arkansas – P (51.4)
5) Ryan Allen – Louisiana Tech – P (50.0)

cabletech94 02-09-2013 07:27 AM

why is luke not no.1 ot?



/true fan?

Messier 02-09-2013 07:37 AM

He is.

cabletech94 02-09-2013 07:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Messier (Post 9388953)
He is.

my sarcasm machine must be flaccid today.:shake:

RedandGold 02-09-2013 07:55 AM

Nice touch with the CB rankings

Chief Roundup 02-09-2013 08:03 AM

Link? Who is this from? Barkley is continuing his fall.

Hog Farmer 02-09-2013 08:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chief Roundup (Post 9388976)
Link? Who is this from? Barkley is continuing his fall.



http://www.kcchiefs.com/news/article...e-54f3b0d6f7fc

threebag02 02-09-2013 08:17 AM

Leon Sandcastle to the muther****ing house

Chief Roundup 02-09-2013 08:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cabletech94 (Post 9388967)
my sarcasm machine must be flaccid today.:shake:

Warmack is an OG not an OT. It says that at the end of their names. Right there in black and white. It is not your sarcasm machine that is limp. :D

Sully 02-09-2013 08:44 AM

Five players rated above Smith, but at less needed positions.

Make it happen!

A Salt Weapon 02-09-2013 08:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by threebag02 (Post 9388992)
Leon Sandcastle to the muther****ing house

:-)
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-King- 02-09-2013 09:03 AM

We're getting Geno.
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wazu 02-09-2013 10:05 AM

I find it fascinating that the Chiefs are publishing this list.

milkman 02-09-2013 10:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wazu (Post 9389149)
I find it fascinating that the Chiefs are publishing this list.

I haven't looked at the list at the site, but I' guessing that it's a list put together by that guy from Minnesota, and in no way reflects the thinking of Dorsey and. Reid.

SNR 02-09-2013 10:24 AM

Jokeshit is only a 95? But Miller told me he was a once in a lifetime OT prospect.

The media is seriously suggesting we go with the 95 OT over the 91 QB?

**** man. Just ****.


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