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Old 02-09-2013, 07:10 AM  
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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)

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Old 02-09-2013, 05:18 PM   #31
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Old 02-09-2013, 05:20 PM   #32
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That was actually his list of top underclassmen. Clay is being a little dishonest here.

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Old 02-09-2013, 05:21 PM   #33
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Had someone try and tell me the other day that he'd rather ride it out with Cassel than draft Geno. I asked why and he said that he doesn't like scrambling QB's, need a pocket passer and that Geno is very inaccurate.

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Old 02-09-2013, 05:22 PM   #34
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Had someone try and tell me the other day that he'd rather ride it out with Cassel than draft Geno. I asked why and he said that he doesn't like scrambling QB's, need a pocket passer and that Geno is very inaccurate.

Felt like doing that above gif IRL
well he is right, you know.
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Old 02-09-2013, 05:24 PM   #35
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Old 02-09-2013, 05:28 PM   #36
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Old 02-09-2013, 05:35 PM   #39
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