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  • 2010 NFL Draft Underclassmen List

    Here's a list of underclassmen who have declared for this draft. List courtesy of PFT...

    Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
    Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame
    Jevan Snead, Ole Miss

    Toney Baker, North Carolina State
    Jahvid Best, California
    Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech
    Toby Gerhart, Stanford
    Darius Marshall, Marshall
    Ryan Mathews, Fresno State
    Joe McKnight, Southern California

    Arrelious Benn, Illinois
    Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas
    Antonio Brown, Central Michigan
    Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
    Mico McSwain, North Alabama
    Carlton Mitchell, South Florida
    Golden Tate, Notre Dame
    Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech
    Mike Williams, Syracuse

    Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma
    Rob Gronokowski, Arizona
    Aaron Hernandez, Florida

    Bryan Bulaga, Iowa
    Bruce Campbell, Maryland
    Anthony Davis, Rutgers
    Kareem Jackson, Alabama

    Thaddeus Gibson, Ohio State
    Everson Griffen, Southern California
    Jerome Hayes, Penn State
    Abe Koroma, Western Illinois
    Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma
    Shawnbrey McNeal, Southern Methodist
    Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech
    Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida
    Brian Price, UCLA
    Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech

    Navarro Bowman, Penn State
    Rennie Curran, Georgia
    Rolando McClain, Alabama

    Eric Berry, Tennessee
    Dominique Franks, Oklahoma
    Joe Haden, Florida
    Kareem Jackson, Alabama
    Chad Jones, LSU
    Reshad Jones, Georgia
    Amari Spievey, Iowa
    Earl Thomas, Texas
    Donovan Warren, Michigan
    Major White, Florida

    If additional underclassmen declare, please post in this thread (no links though, but you can name the source or copy/paste the article) so we can keep it updated!
    Last edited by Nick; -01-16-2010, 04:55 PM.

  • #2
    Re: 2010 NFL Draft Underclassmen List

    Does anyone have an idea were ryan matthews FRESNO STATE running back is projected to go in the draft ? I didnt realize he was comming out this year would he be good fit in say 4-5 rd.


    • #3
      Re: 2010 NFL Draft Underclassmen List

      I believe he is projected 2-3, it probably will depend on what he runs, I think he'll be one of the best running backs in the draft, I have always been really impressed with him.

      Also a couple of comparisons to throw out
      Benn=Anquan Boldin (and probably faster)
      Tate=Steve Smith


      • #4
        Re: 2010 NFL Draft Underclassmen List

        THANKS npow81 due to are needs at multiple other positions was hoping he still be around in later rounds are you a boise bronco WOW what a program


        • #5
          Re: 2010 NFL Draft Underclassmen List

          indeed I am...thanks, all the positive support for the Broncos helps, there is too many haters out there.

          On a related note, Matthews ran all over the Broncos this year if that says anything about how good he is.


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            The Official 2010 NFL Combine Thread
            by Nick
            Here's the official invite list, courtesy of Great Blue North...


            Quarterbacks (18):
            Jarrett Brown, West Virginia
            *Sam Bradford, Oklahoma (X)
            Levi Brown, Troy
            Sean Canfirld, Oregon State
            Darryl Clark, Penn State
            *Jmmy Clausen, Notre Dame (X)
            Max Hall, BYU
            Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
            Mike Kafka, Northwestern
            Dan Lefevour, Central Michigan
            Thaddeus Lewis, Duke
            Colt McCoy, Texas
            Tony Pike, Cincinnati
            John Skelton, Fordham
            Riley Skinner, Wake Forest
            *Jevan Snead, Mississippi
            Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
            Tim Tebow, Florida

            Running back (25):
            Matt Asiata, Utah
            Joique Bell, Wayne State
            *Jahvid Best, California (X)
            LeGarrette Blount, Oregon
            Chris Brown, Oklahoma (X)
            Andre Dixon, UConn
            Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State
            *Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech
            Toby Gerhart, Stanford
            Montario Hardesty, Tennessee
            Javarris James, Miami
            Stafon Johnson, Southern California (X)
            *Darius Marshall, Marshall
            *Ryan Mathews, Fresno State
            *Joe McKnight, Southern California
            *Shawnrey McNeal, Southern Methodist
            Lonyae Miller, Fresno State
            Brandon Minor, Michigan
            Pat Paschall, North Dakota State
            Charles Scott, LSU (X)
            CJ Spiller, Clemson
            James Starks, Buffalo (X)
            Ben Tate, Auburn
            Keith Totson, Oklahoma State
            Keiland Williams, LSU

            Fullbacks (3):
            John Conner, Kentucky
            Rashawn Jackson, Virginia
            Manase Tonga, BYU

            Wide Receivers (45):
            Seyi Ajirotutu, Fresno State
            Alric Arnett, West Virginia
            Danario Alexander, Missouri
            Brandon Banks, Kansas State
            *Chris Bell, Norfolk State
            *Arrelious Benn, Illinois
            Nyan Boateng, California
            *Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas
            *Antonio Brown, Central Michigan
            *Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
            Chris Carter, Cal-Davis
            Riley Cooper, Florida
            Eric Decker, Minnesota (X)
            Marcus Easley, UConn
            Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State (QB)
            Jacoby Ford, Clemson
            David Gettis, Baylor
            Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati (KR)
            Shay Hodge, Mississippi
            Donald Jones, Youngstown State
            Kevin Jurovich, San Jose State
            Brandon LaFell, LSU
            Scott Long, Louisville
            Dexter McCuster, Mississippi (RB/KR)
            Chris McGaha, Arizona State
            *Carlton Mitchell, South Florida
            Kerry Meier, Kansas
            Preston Parker, North Alabama
            Jared Perry, Missouri
            Taylor Price, Ohio
            David Reed, Utah
            Andre Roberts, Citadel
            Emmanual Sanders, SMU
            Jordan Shipley, Texas
            *Golden Tate, Notre Dame
            *Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech
            Verran Tucker, California
            Blair White, Michigan...
            -02-04-2010, 10:32 PM
          • Nick
            2018 NFL Draft preview: Ranking the top five players at each position
            by Nick
            2018 NFL Draft preview: Ranking the top five players at each position
            Get ready to start hearing a lot about Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen
            by Dane Brugler 2h ago 3 min read

            There are still 360+ days until the 2018 NFL Draft, but with the 2017 NFL Draft complete, scouting services and NFL front offices will start to look toward next year's college prospects. Below is an early position-by-position preview of the players who have attracted NFL interest.

            *indicates draft-eligible underclassman

            1. Sam Darnold, USC* (6-3, 225, 4.74)
            2. Josh Rosen, UCLA* (6-3, 210, 4.97)
            3. Lamar Jackson, Louisville* (6-2, 205, 4.47)
            4. Josh Allen, Wyoming* (6-5, 230, 4.74)
            5. Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State (6-4, 235, 4.77)
            Just missed: Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma), Luke Falk (Washington State), Max Browne (Pittsburgh), Matt Linehan (Idaho), Wilton Speight (Michigan), Jarrett Stidham (Auburn)

            Running Back
            1. Saquon Barkley, Penn State* (5-11, 223, 4.49)
            2. Derrius Guice, LSU* (5-11, 222, 4.53)
            3. Ronald Jones, USC* (6-0, 195, 4.49)
            4. Bo Scarbrough, Alabama (6-1, 228, 4.59)
            5. Nick Chubb, Georgia (5-10, 220, 4.54)
            Just missed: Myles Gaskin (Washington), Rawleigh Williams III (Arkansas), Royce Freeman (Oregon), Ralph Webb (Vanderbilt), Kalen Ballage (Arizona State), Justin Jackson (Northwestern)

            Wide Receiver
            1. Christian Kirk, Texas A&M* (5-11, 200, 4.39)
            2. Courtland Sutton, SMU* (6-3, 215, 4.52)
            3. Calvin Ridley, Alabama* (6-1, 188, 4.50)
            4. James Washington, Oklahoma State (6-0, 205, 4.49)
            5. Deon Cain, Clemson* (6-1, 210, 4.47)
            Just missed: Antonio Callaway (Florida), Dante Pettis (Washington), Simmie Cobbs (Indiana), Allen Lazard (Iowa State), Deebo Samuel (South Carolina), Deontay Burnett (USC), D.J. Clark (LSU)

            Tight End
            1. Mark Andrews, Oklahoma* (6-4, 250, 4.77)
            2. Mike Gisecki, Penn State (6-5, 252, 4.85)
            3. Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin (6-5, 248, 4.84)
            4. Tyrone Wheatley, Michigan* (6-5, 276, 4.89)
            5. Deandre Goolsby, Florida (6-4, 245, 4.76)
            Just missed: Dallas Goedert (South Dakota State), Durham Smythe (Notre Dame), Marcus Baugh (Ohio State), Dalton Schultz (Stanford), Ryan Izzo (Florida State), C.J. Conrad (Kentucky)

            Offensive Tackle
            1. Connor Williams, Texas* (6-5, 290, 5.06)
            2. Mitch Hyatt, Clemson* (6-5, 295, 5.05)
            3. Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame (6-7, 310, 5.22)
            4. Orlando Brown, Oklahoma* (6-7, 340, 5.44)
            5. Trey Adams, Washington* (6-7, 309, 5.28)
            Just missed: Toby Weathersby (LSU), Brock Ruble (Florida State), Martinas Rankin (Mississippi State), Jamarco Jones (Ohio State), Chukwuma Okorafor (Western Michigan), Zachary Crabtree (Oklahoma State)

            Offensive Guard/Center
            1. Billy Price, Ohio State (6-3, 315, 5.19)
            2. Quenton Nelson, Notre...
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          • Nick
            Mel Kiper's Top Five Seniors & Juniors by Position
            by Nick
            Top 5 seniors by position
            By Mel Kiper Jr.
            Updated: September 19, 2007

            There are certain instances where you will see players listed at positions that they currently are not playing in college. I have moved some players to positions that I am projecting will suit them best in the NFL.

            Top 5 Seniors By Position

            1. Brian Brohm, Louisville
            2. Andre' Woodson, Kentucky
            3. Matt Ryan, Boston College
            4. Anthony Morelli, Penn State
            5. Colt Brennan, Hawaii

            Running Backs
            1. Tashard Choice, Georgia Tech
            2. Ryan Torain, Arizona State
            3. BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Ole Miss
            4. Allen Patrick, Oklahoma
            5. Mike Hart, Michigan

            1. Peyton Hillis, Arkansas
            2. Owen Schmitt, West Virginia
            3. Jacob Hester, LSU
            4. Michael Pitre, UCLA
            5. Mike Cox, Georgia Tech

            Wide Receivers
            1. Early Doucet, LSU
            2. Adarius Bowman, Oklahoma State
            3. Harry Douglas, Louisville
            4. DJ Hall, Alabama
            5. Limas Sweed, Texas

            Tight Ends
            1. John Carlson, Notre Dame
            2. Martin Rucker, Missouri
            3. Gary Barnidge, Louisville
            4. Kellen Davis, Michigan State
            5. Dustin Keller, Purdue

            Offensive Tackles
            1. Jake Long, Michigan
            2. Sam Baker, USC
            3. Gosder Cherilus, Boston College
            4. Chris Williams, Vanderbilt
            5. Barry Richardson, Clemson

            Offensive Guards
            1. Roy Schuening, Oregon St.
            2. Jacky Claude, Florida St.
            3. Jordan Grimes, Purdue
            4. Andrew Crummey, Maryland
            5. Shannon Tevaga, UCLA

            1. Steve Justice, Wake Forest
            2. Kory Lichtensteiger, Bowling Green
            3. Mike Pollak, Arizona St.
            4. John Sullivan, Notre Dame
            5. Tony Brinkhaus, Minnesota

            Defensive Ends
            1. Chris Long, Virginia
            2. Quentin Groves, Auburn
            3. Lawrence Jackson, USC
            4. Tommy Blake, TCU
            5. Cliff Avril, Purdue

            Defensive Tackles
            1. Glenn Dorsey, LSU
            2. Sedrick Ellis, USC
            3. Frank Okam, Texas
            4. Kentwan Balmer, North Carolina
            5. Dre Moore, Maryland

            Inside Linebackers
            1. Dan Connor, Penn St.
            2. Jonathan Goff, Vanderbilt
            3. Vince Hall, Virginia Tech
            4. Jasper Brinkley, South Carolina
            5. J Leman, Illinois

            Outside Linebackers
            1. Keith Rivers, USC
            2. Shawn Crable, Michigan
            3. Ali Highsmith, LSU
            4. Bruce Davis, UCLA
            5. Philip Wheeler, Georgia Tech

            1. Mike Jenkins, South Florida
            2. DeJuan Tribble, Boston College
            3. Terrell Thomas, USC
            4. Chevis Jackson, LSU
            5. Dwight Lowery, San Jose State

            1. Tony Joiner,...
            -09-25-2007, 08:29 PM
          • RamsFan16
            Senior/Junior Pro Days
            by RamsFan16

            Individual Workouts

            They are going to be stretched, measured, timed, scouted and put on display for every team in the league. The NFL has come calling for the top collegiate talent, and for several weeks following the Scouting Combine in February, the schools will showcase the best and brightest.

            We'll update the calendar soon after the schools announce their dates. All results compiled by draft guru Gil Brandt will be shared below, as well as news, notes and possible draft surprises. (In 2005, we brought you the results of 161 Pro Days.)

            Pro Day calendar
            Dates and schools subject to change

            March 1
            # Central Florida I

            March 2
            # Ball State, Baylor, Boise State, Bowling Green, Florida Atlantic, Maine, Missouri, Northwestern, Toledo

            March 3
            # Louisiana-Lafayette, North Dakota, Sam Houston State, South Dakota State, Yale

            March 4
            # LSU I, Miami (Fla.), Texas A&M

            March 6
            # Army, Louisville, Montana, Minnesota, Utah

            March 7
            # Eastern Kentucky, Indiana, Nebraska-Omaha, Oklahoma State, Troy I, Utah State I, UTEP, Western Michigan

            March 8
            # BYU, Florida, Kentucky, Nebraska, Northern Illinois, Notre Dame I, Oklahoma, Washington State, Wisconsin

            March 9
            # Clemson, Delaware, Fordham, Iowa State, Louisiana-Monroe, North Texas, Ohio State, Oregon I, Texas Tech, Wyoming

            March 10
            # Akron, Arizona State I, Cincinnati, Grambling State, Kent State, Purdue I, South Florida, Texas Christian, Washington, West Virginia, Wofford

            March 13
            # Alabama State, Cal-Davis, Fresno State, Furman, Sacramento State

            March 14
            # California, New Hampshire, Pittsburg State (Kan.), San Diego State, Shippensburg, Troy II, Wake Forest

            March 15
            # Alabama, Alabama A&M, Arkansas, Bethune-Cookman, Boston College, Central Michigan, Florida A&M, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Nevada-Reno, Northwood (Mich.), Oregon State, Saginaw Valley State (Mich.), South Carolina, Stanford, Temple, Tennessee I, Western Carolina

            March 16
            # Alabama-Birmingham, Appalachian State, Catawba, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Kansas State, LSU II, Massachusetts, Oregon II, Penn State, Princeton, UCLA (bench press), Virginia Tech

            March 17
            # Colorado, Marshall, Michigan, UCLA (running), Vanderbilt, Villanova

            March 18
            # Michigan State, Pittsburgh

            March 20
            # East Carolina, Iowa, Southern Mississippi, William & Mary

            March 21
            # Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Syracuse, Virginia

            March 22
            # Fort Valley State, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Rutgers, Southern Illinois, Texas

            March 23
            # Auburn, Connecticut, Duke, Georgia, Miami...
            -02-27-2006, 07:34 PM
          • Nick
            UNDRAFTED FREE AGENTS - Who do you want?
            by Nick
            ALL NAMES ACQUIRED VIA Sports Illustrated Online Draft Site

            Jared Allen - Florida Atlantic
            Dustin Long - Sam Houston
            Brock Berlin - Miami (FL)
            Jason White - Oklahoma
            Gino Guidugli - Cincinnati
            Timmy Chang - Hawaii
            Craig Ochs - Montana
            Danny Wimprine - Memphis
            Josh Haldi - Northern Illinois
            Chris Rix - Florida State
            Ben Dougherty - Florida A&M
            Bryan Randall - Virginia Tech
            Marcus Randall - LSU
            Darian Durant - North Carolina
            Stan Hill - Marshall
            Lang Campbell - William & Mary
            Jon Beujter - Illinois
            Joshua Cribbs - Kent State
            Ryan Leadingham - Sacramento State
            Walter Washington - Temple
            Tom Petrie - Northern Iowa
            Littlejohn Bradshaw - Morgan State
            Shane Boyd - Kentucky
            Zack Mills - Penn State
            Matt Guice - Eastern Kentucky

            Kay Jay Harris - West Virginia
            Ryan Grant - Notre Dame
            Walter Reyes - Syracuse
            Alex Haynes - UCF
            T.A. McLendon - NC State
            Lydell Ross - Ohio State
            DeCori Birmingham - Arkansas
            Bobby Purify - Colorado
            Anthony Sherrell - Eastern Michigan
            Chad Scott - North Carolina
            Sammy Maldonado - Maryland
            Earl Charles - Marshall
            Jabari Davis - Tennessee
            Marty Johnson - Utah
            David Underwood - Michigan
            Ryan Fuqua - Portland St
            Jamaal Branch - Colgate
            Mike Jemison - Indiana (PA)
            Ray Hudson - Alabama
            Dwight Wright - Oregon St
            Howard Jackson - UTEP
            Charles Anthony - Tennessee St
            Maurice Hall - Ohio St
            Marvin Townes - East Carolina
            Roland Colbert - Howard
            DeWhitt Betterson - Troy
            DD Cox - New Mexico
            Chance Kretschmer - Nevada
            Art Brown - East Carolina
            Terry Jackson - S. Illinois
            Roger Robinson - N. Arizona
            Michaeux Hollingsworth - N.C. A&T
            Terry Butler - Villanova
            Jermelle Lewis - Iowa
            Marcus Williams - Maine
            Richard Hall - Cincinnati

            Zach Tuiasosopo - Washington
            Keith Joseph - Texas A&M
            Matthew Tant - Vanderbilt
            Will Matthews - Texas
            Kevin Dudley - Michigan
            Jon Goldsberry - Purdue
            Robert Douglas - Memphis
            Paul Jefferson - Penn St.
            Talib Humphrey - Miami (FL)
            Darnell Jones - Mississippi St.
            Kyle Eckel - Navy
            Branden Joe - Ohio St.
            Issa Banna - NW St.
            Jonathan Evans - Baylor
            Jeremy Thomas - Georgia
            Steve Kriewald - Nebraska

            WIDE RECEIVERS
            Chauncey Stovall - Florida St.
            Geoff McArthur - California
            Josh Davis - Marshall
            Isaac West - Furman
            Efrem Hill - Samford
            Jamaica Rector - NW Missouri St.
            Lance Moore - Toledo
            Reggie Harrell - TCU
            Jason Anderson - Wake Forest...
            -04-24-2005, 06:38 PM