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    Mel Kiper's Post-Combine Big Board

    1. Reggie Bush Jr. RB USC
    Bush can score from anywhere on the field.

    2. Matt Leinart Sr. QB USC
    Arm strength has improved since 2004.

    3. Mario Williams Jr. DE N.C. State
    Rushes the quarterback extremely well.

    4. D'Brickashaw Ferguson Sr. OT Virginia
    Best offensive line prospect in the senior class.

    5. Vince Young Jr. QB Texas
    Moved into top three after Rose Bowl performance.

    6. Michael Huff Sr. DB Texas
    Athletic, instinctive and has versatility for next level.

    7. A.J. Hawk Sr. LB Ohio St.
    Best senior prospect on defense.

    8. Vernon Davis Jr. TE Maryland
    Wide receiver in a tight end's body.

    9. DeAngelo Williams Sr. RB Memphis
    Third in the nation in rushing yards per game.

    10. Haloti Ngata Jr. DT Oregon
    Clogs the middle and penetrates backfield well.

    11. LenDale White Jr. RB USC
    Touchdown scoring machine.

    12. Jimmy Williams Sr. CB Va. Tech
    Shutdown corner who cuts the field in half.

    13. Laurence Maroney Jr. RB Minnesota
    Patient but explosive runner.

    14. Ernie Sims Jr. LB Florida St.
    Very disruptive in the backfield.

    15. Jay Cutler Sr. QB Vanderbilt
    Has all the tools NFL looks for in a QB.

    16. Santonio Holmes Jr. WR Ohio St.
    Very good burst of speed out of his break.

    17. Brodrick Bunkley Sr. DT Florida St.
    Defenisve standout at the combine.

    18. Tye Hill Sr. CB Clemson
    Senior Bowl week helped move him into top 25.

    19. Tamba Hali Sr. DE Penn St.
    Great pure pass rusher. Sells out on every play.

    20. Chad Greenway Sr. LB Iowa
    Smart player with great physical skills.

    21. Ashton Youboty Jr. CB Ohio St.
    Good cover corner.

    22. Winston Justice Jr. OT USC
    Excellent blocker; can play either tackle position.

    23. Kamerion Wimbley Sr. DE Florida St.
    Excellent at combine; might play OLB in NFL.

    24. Chad Jackson Jr. WR Florida
    Combine proved why he's one of the best WR in draft.

    25. Leonard Pope Jr. TE Georgia
    Size (6-7) causes huge matchup problems.


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    Re: Mel Kiper's Post-Combine Big Board

    I'd put Chad Jackson ahead of Ashton Youboty, Winsonte Justice, Wimbley, Holmes and Sims. My Opinion.
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    Re: Mel Kiper's Post-Combine Big Board

    If Michael Huff and Davis are gone, i think we have to go with jimmy williams based on value and need. Yeh, i know he said he only wanted to play corner, but i'm sure any NFL team can force him to play safety if they wanted him too. And if safety doesn't work he might even turn into the top flight corner we don't have.

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    Re: Mel Kiper's Post-Combine Big Board

    Quote Originally Posted by Rampage39
    If Michael Huff and Davis are gone, i think we have to go with jimmy williams based on value and need. Yeh, i know he said he only wanted to play corner, but i'm sure any NFL team can force him to play safety if they wanted him too. And if safety doesn't work he might even turn into the top flight corner we don't have.
    Someone on another board said that "He screamed that he wanted to play safety in the NFL". So which one is it? Corner or Safety did he say?
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    Re: Mel Kiper's Post-Combine Big Board

    Quote Originally Posted by RamsFan16
    Someone on another board said that "He screamed that he wanted to play safety in the NFL". So which one is it? Corner or Safety did he say?
    According to Williams himself on Sirius NFL Radio, he wants to play corner.

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    Re: Mel Kiper's Post-Combine Big Board

    Ok thank you Nick.
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    Re: Mel Kiper's Post-Combine Big Board

    If Kiper is right, Bunkley and Sims could be first round possibilities for the Rams.

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    Re: Mel Kiper's Post-Combine Big Board

    20. Chad Greenway Sr. LB Iowa
    Smart player with great physical skills


    Dropping fast!

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    Re: Mel Kiper's Post-Combine Big Board

    Vernon Davis will be gone, I think our answer at TE would be Pope, but it is a bit of a reach at #11, plus we need defense. I say we get the kid out of NO who got the low tender.

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