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Richardson, Randle, Kirkpatrick & Claiborne Join NFL Draft

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Richardson, Randle, Kirkpatrick & Claiborne Join Underclassmen Group - Pro Prospects 2012 - Updated Jan. 15th
Ranked by value

Photo - RB Trent Richardson - Alabama

Today is the final declaration date for the NFL Draft 2012. The ranks of the underclassmen added many blue chip prospects with players from the national champion title game with Alabama’s Trent Richardson, Dre Kirkpatrick and Donta Hightower and LSU’s Morris Claiborne, Reuben Randle and Michael Brockers all opted to declare for the NFL Draft 2012. Richardson is coming off an outstanding performance where he was the workhorse for the Tide ground game.

Kirkpatrick, Hightower, Claiborne and Bookers all strengthen a talented defensive group that should dominate the early rounds of the draft. Kirkpatrick and Claiborne are the top two cornerbacks and figure in the top of the first round. There postseason performances will determine who emerges as the top overall corner prospect. LB Hightower was a key defender in the dominant Tide defense and is expected to be among the top linebackers and possible 1st round selection with a strong postseason. DT Brockers was a surprising addition to this class. He has excellent physical skills that will warrant an early selection despite raw talent at this point of his career. He has enormous upside potential as an interior defender.

The BCS national title game will produce several blue chip underclassmen that will have a huge impact on the early rounds of the NFL Draft 2012. The national title game has produced 5 top prospects for the NFL Draft 2012 with most players already having made their decisions about turning pro.

We will have daily updates to the list this week with an extensive underclassmen report in our January 2012 Newsletter out next week. Players have three days after the January 15th deadline to rescind their decision and return to the college ranks. LSU wideout Russell Shepard has already changed his mind and returned to the college ranks for his final season in college.

w - Declared for NFL Draft / r - Returning to School / y - suspended

Offensive Players
Quarterbacks

w - Andrew Luck - 6'4" 235 - Stanford
w - Robert Griffin - 6’2” 225 - Baylor
r - Matt Barkley - 6’2” 225 - Southern Cal
r - Landry Jones - 6’4” 230 - Oklahoma
w - Brock Osweiler - 6'8" 235 - Arizona St.
w - Darron Thomas - 6'3" 215 - Oregon

Running Backs
w - Trent Richardson - 5’10 225 - Alabama
w - Lamar Miller - 5’11” 215 - Miami (Fl)
w - LaMichael James - 5’9” 185 - Oregon
w - Chris Polk - 5’10” 215 - Washington
w - David Wilson - 5’10” 205 - Virginia Tech
w - Bernard Pierce - 6’ 220 - Temple
r - Montee Ball - 5’11” 215 - Wisconsin
Christine Michael - 5’11” 215 - Texas A&M
r - Andre Ellington - 5’9” 190 - Clemson
w - Edwin Baker - 5’9” 210 - Michigan St.
w - Ronnie Hillman - 5’9” 210 - San Diego St.
w - Robert Turbin - 5’10” 220 - Utah St.
w - Darrell Scott - 6’1” 230 - South Florida
w - Mike Ball - 5’10” 215 - Nevada
w - Jewel Hampton - 5'10" 210 - Southern Illinois
w - Alvester Alexander - 5’10“ 210 - Wyoming
w - Bryce Brown - 5'11" 220 - Kansas St
r - Knile Davis - 5’10 - 220 - Arkansas

Wide Receivers
w - Justin Blackmon - 6’1” 210 - Oklahoma St
w - Alshon Jeffery - 6’4” 235 - South Carolina
w - Rueben Randle - 6’3” 210 - LSU
w - Mohamed Sanu - 6’2” 210 - Rutgers
w - Eric Page - 5’10” 185 - Toledo
w - Tommy Streeter - 6’5” 210 - Miami
w - Stephen Hill - 6'5" 200 - Georgia Tech
w - Chris Givens - 6’ 200 - Wake Forest
w - Dorian Graham - 5’10” 185 - Syracuse
w y - Damaris Johnson - 5’8” 170 - Tulsa
r - Russell Shepard - 6' 185 - LSU

Tight Ends
w - Dwayne Allen - 6’4” 255 - Clemson
w - Orson Charles - 6’3” 245 - Georgia
r - Tyler Eifert - 6’4” 240 - Notre Dame

Offensive Linemen
w - Matt Kalil - 6’6” 300 - Southern Cal
w - Jonathan Martin - 6’6” 305 - Stanford
w - Riley Reiff - 6’5” 310 - Iowa
w - Bobbie Massie - 6’6” 315 - Mississippi
D.J. Fluker - 6’6” 330 - Alabama
r - Ricky Wagner - 6’5” 325 - Wisconsin

Guards & Centers
w - David DeCastro - 6’4” 310 - Stanford
r - Barrett Jones - 6’5” 315 - Alabama
w - Peter Konz - 6’4” 315 - Wisconsin
w - Brandon Washington - 6’4” 320 - Miami
Larry Warford - 6’3” 330 - Kentucky

Defensive Players
Ends

w - Whitney Merilus - 6’4” 265 - Illinois
w - Nick Perry - 6’5” 255 - Southern Cal
w - Chandler Jones 6’4” 260 – Syracuse
w - Olivier Vernon - 6’4” 265 - Miami
w - Max Holloway - 6'2" 250 - B.C.
Alex Okafor - 6’4” 260 - Texas
r - Devin Taylor - 6’6” 250 - South Carolina
r - Sam Montgomery - 6’4” 250 – LSU

Tackles
w - Jerel Worthy - 6’3” 310 - Michigan St
w - Dontari Poe - 6’5” 350 - Memphis
w - Fletcher Cox - 6'4" 300 - Mississippi St
w - Michael Brockers - 6’6” 300 - LSU
Kawann Short - 6'3" 300 - Purdue
w - Marcus Forston - 6’3” 300 - Miami
r - Sylvester Williams - 6'3" 320 - North Carolina
r - Josh Boyd - 6'4" 300 - Mississippi St

Linebackers
w - Luke Kuechly - 6’2’ 235 - Boston College
w - Ronnell Lewis - 6'2" 245 - Oklahoma
w - Vontaze Burfict - 6’3” 250 - Arizona St
w - Donta Hightower - 6’2” 250 - Alabama
w - Donta Paige-Moss - 6’4” 250 - North Carolina
w - Terrell Manning - 6’2” 235 - North Carolina St.
w - Jonathan Massaquoi - 6’2” 250 - Troy
r - Manti Te'O - 6’2” 255 - Notre Dame
r - Brandon Jenkins - 6’3” 255 - Florida St.
r - Jarvis Jones - 6'2" 240 - Georgia
r - Khaseem Green - 6'1" 225 - Rutgers
r - Kevin Riddick - 6’1” 240 - North Carolina
Shane Skov - 6’2” 245 - Stanford

Cornerbacks
w - Dre Kirkpatrick - 6’2” 195 - Alabama
w - Morris Claiborne - 5’11” 180 - LSU
w - Stephon Gilmore - 6’1” 195 - South Carolina
w - Cliff Harris - 5’11” 180 - Oregon
w - Jayron Hosley - 5’11” 175 - Virginia Tech
w - Josh Robinson - 5’9” 185 - Central Florida
r - Greg Reid - 5’9” 185 - Florida St.
r - Johnthan Banks - 6’1” 185 - Mississippi St.
r - Rod Sweeting - 6’1” 185 - Georgia Tech

Safeties
w - Phillip Thomas - 5'11" 200 - Syracuse
r - T.J. McDonald - 6’2” 205 - Southern Cal
r - Ray-Ray Armstrong - 6’4” 215 - Miami
r - Robert Lester - 6’1” 210 - Alabama

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc forthe past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Baylor's QB Robert Griffin Enters NFL Draft 2012

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TE Orson Charles Declares for the NFL Draft
Top Underclassmen - Pro Prospects 2012 - Updated Jan. 11th

Photo - QB Robert Griffin - Baylor

With the declaration date of January 15th fast approaching for the NFL Draft 2012, the ranks of the underclassmen continued to increase as Baylor QB Robert Griffin stated his intentions to enter the pro game. Griffin is coming off a Heisman Trophy winning season where he made a huge difference weekly for the resurgent Baylor program.

With the college season completed after Alabama shutout #1 LSU for the BCS national title, a number of blue chip underclassmen from those teams can have a huge impact on the early rounds of the NFL Draft 2012. I expect at least 6 top prospects from the BCS title game to enter the NFL Draft 2012.

We will have daily updates to the list this week with an extensive underclassmen report in our January 2012 Newsletter out next week.

w - Declared for NFL Draft / r - Returning to School /
y - suspended

Prospects Ranked by value
Offensive Players
Quarterbacks

w - Andrew Luck - Stanford
w - Robert Griffin - 6’2” 225 - Baylor
r - Matt Barkley - 6’2” 225 - Southern Cal
r - Landry Jones - 6’4” 230 - Oklahoma
w - Brock Osweiler - 6'8" 235 - Arizona St.

Running Backs
Trent Richardson - 5’10 225 - Alabama
w - Lamar Miller - 5’11” 215 - Miami (Fl)
w - LaMichael James - 5’9” 185 - Oregon
w - Chris Polk - 5’10” 215 - Washington
w - David Wilson - 5’10” 205 - Virginia Tech
w - Bernard Pierce - 6’ 220 - Temple
r - Montee Ball - 5’11” 215 - Wisconsin
Christine Michael - 5’11” 215 - Texas A&M
w - Edwin Baker - 5’9” 210 - Michigan St.
w - Ronnie Hillman - 5’9” 210 - San Diego St.
w - Robert Turbin - 5’10” 220 - Utah St.
w - Darrell Scott - 6’1” 230 - South Florida
w - Mike Ball - 5’10” 215 - Nevada
r - Andre Ellington - 5’9” 190 - Clemson
r - Knile Davis - 5’10 - 220 - Arkansas

Wide Receivers
w - Alshon Jeffery - 6’4” 235 - South Carolina
w - Justin Blackmon - 6’1” 210 - Oklahoma St
w - Mohamed Sanu - 6’2” 210 - Rutgers
w - Stephen Hill - 6'5" 200 - Georgia Tech
Rueben Randle - 6’3” 210 - LSU
Eric Page - 5’10” 185 - Toledo
w - Tommy Streeter - 6’5” 210 - Miami
w - Chris Givens - 6’ 200 - Wake Forest
w - Dorian Graham - 5’10” 185 - Syracuse
w y - Damaris Johnson - 5’8” 170 - Tulsa

Tight Ends
w - Dwayne Allen - 6’4” 255 - Clemson
w - Orson Charles - 6’3” 245 - Georgia
r - Tyler Eifert - 6’4” 240 - Notre Dame

Offensive Linemen
w - Matt Kalil - 6’6” 300 - Southern Cal
w - Jonathan Martin - 6’6” 305 - Stanford
w - Riley Reiff - 6’5” 310 - Iowa
w - Bobbie Massie - 6’6” 315 - Mississippi
D.J. Fluker - 6’6” 330 - Alabama
r - Ricky Wagner - 6’5” 325 - Wisconsin

Guards & Centers
w - David DeCastro - 6’4” 310 - Stanford
r - Barrett Jones - 6’5” 315 - Alabama
w - Peter Konz - 6’4” 315 - Wisconsin
w - Brandon Washington - 6’4” 320 - Miami
Larry Warford - 6’3” 330 - Kentucky

Defensive Players
Ends

w - Whitney Merilus - 6’4” 265 – Illinois
w - Nick Perry - 6’5” 255 - Southern Cal
w - Chandler Jones 6’4” 260 – Syracuse
w - Olivier Vernon - 6’4” 265 - Miami
Alex Okafor - 6’4” 260 - Texas
r - Devin Taylor - 6’6” 250 - South Carolina
r - Sam Montgomery - 6’4” 250 – LSU

Tackles
w - Jerel Worthy - 6’3” 310 - Michigan St
w - Dontari Poe - 6’5” 350 - Memphis
w - Fletcher Cox - 6'4" 300 - Mississippi St
Kawann Short - 6'3" 300 - Purdue
w - Marcus Forston - 6’3” 300 - Miami
r - Sylvester Williams - 6'3" 320 - North Carolina
r - Josh Boyd - 6'4" 300 - Mississippi St

Linebackers
w - Luke Kuechly - 6’2’ 235 - Boston College
Donta Hightower - 6'2" 255 - Alabama
w - Ronnell Lewis - 6'2" 245 - Oklahoma
w - Vontaze Burfict - 6’3” 250 - Arizona St
w - Donta Paige-Moss - 6’4” 250 - North Carolina
w - Terrell Manning - 6’2” 235 - North Carolina St.
r - Manti Te'O - 6’2” 255 - Notre Dame
r - Brandon Jenkins - 6’3” 255 - Florida St.
r - Jarvis Jones - 6'2" 240 - Georgia
r - Khaseem Green - 6'1" 225 - Rutgers
r - Kevin Riddick - 6’1” 240 - North Carolina
Shane Skov - 6’2” 245 - Stanford
Jonathan Massaquoi - 6’2” 250 - Troy

Cornerbacks
Dre Kirkpatrick - 6’2” 195 - Alabama
Morris Claiborne - 5’11” 180 - LSU
w - Stephon Gilmore - 6’1” 195 - South Carolina
y - Cliff Harris - 5’11” 180 - Oregon
w - Jayron Hosley - 5’11” 175 - Virginia Tech
w - Josh Robinson - 5’9” 185 - Central Florida
r - Greg Reid - 5’9” 185 - Florida St.
r - Johnthan Banks - 6’1” 185 - Mississippi St.
r - Rod Sweeting - 6’1” 185 - Georgia Tech

Safeties
r - T.J. McDonald - 6’2” 205 - Southern Cal
r - Ray-Ray Armstrong - 6’4” 215 - Miami
r - Robert Lester - 6’1” 210 - Alabama

LSU -Alabama Title Game Features Premier Underclassmen For NFL Draft 2012

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Top Underclassmen - Pro Prospects 2012 - Updated Jan. 9th
Ranked by value

Photo - WR Justin Blackmon - Oklahoma St

The ranks of the underclassmen to declare for the NFL Draft 2012 continues to increase. The LSU vs Alabama national title game tonight will bring the college season to a close and leave underclassmen one more week to decide whether to join the pro ranks. The LSU/Alabama game hosts a number of blue chip underclassmen that could have a huge impact on the early rounds of the NFL Draft 2012. We will update the list daily and have an extensive underclassmen report in our January 2012 Newsletter out next week.

w - Declared for NFL Draft / r - Returning to School /
y - suspended

Offensive Players
Quarterbacks

w - Andrew Luck - Stanford
r - Matt Barkley - 6’2” 225 - Southern Cal
r - Landry Jones - 6’4” 230 - Oklahoma
Robert Griffin - 6’2” 225 - Baylor
w - Brock Osweiler - 6'8" 235 - Arizona St.

Running Backs
Trent Richardson - 5’10 225 - Alabama
w - Lamar Miller - 5’11” 215 - Miami (Fl)
w - LaMichael James - 5’9” 185 - Oregon
w - Chris Polk - 5’10” 215 - Washington
w - David Wilson - 5’10” 205 - Virginia Tech
w - Bernard Pierce - 6’ 220 - Temple
r - Montee Ball - 5’11” 215 - Wisconsin
Christine Michael - 5’11” 215 - Texas A&M
Andre Ellington - 5’9” 190 - Clemson
w - Edwin Baker - 5’9” 210 - Michigan St.
w - Ronnie Hillman - 5’9” 210 - San Diego St.
w - Robert Turbin - 5’10” 220 - Utah St.
w - Knile Davis - 5’10 - 220 - Arkansas
w - Darrell Scott - 6’1” 230 - South Florida
w - Mike Ball - 5’10” 215 - Nevada

Wide Receivers
w - Alshon Jeffery - 6’4” 235 - South Carolina
w - Justin Blackmon - 6’1” 210 - Oklahoma St
w - Mohamed Sanu - 6’2” 210 - Rutgers
w - Stephen Hill - 6'5" 200 - Georgia Tech
Rueben Randle - 6’3” 210 - LSU
Eric Page - 5’10” 185 - Toledo
w - Tommy Streeter - 6’5” 210 - Miami
w - Chris Givens - 6’ 200 - Wake Forest
w - Dorian Graham - 5’10” 185 - Syracuse

Tight Ends
w - Dwayne Allen - 6’4” 255 - Clemson
Orson Charles - 6’3” 245 - Georgia
r - Tyler Eifert - 6’4” 240 - Notre Dame

Offensive Linemen
w - Matt Kalil - 6’6” 300 - Southern Cal
w - Jonathan Martin - 6’6” 305 - Stanford
w - Riley Reiff - 6’5” 310 - Iowa
w - Bobbie Massie - 6’6” 315 - Mississippi
D.J. Fluker - 6’6” 330 - Alabama
r - Ricky Wagner - 6’5” 325 - Wisconsin

Guards & Centers
w - David DeCastro - 6’4” 310 - Stanford
r - Barrett Jones - 6’5” 315 - Alabama
w - Peter Konz - 6’4” 315 - Wisconsin
w - Brandon Washington - 6’4” 320 - Miami
Larry Warford - 6’3” 330 - Kentucky

Defensive Players
Ends

w - Whitney Merilus - 6’4” 265 – Illinois
w - Nick Perry - 6’5” 255 - Southern Cal
w - Chandler Jones 6’4” 260 – Syracuse
w - Olivier Vernon - 6’4” 265 - Miami
Alex Okafor - 6’4” 260 - Texas
r - Devin Taylor - 6’6” 250 - South Carolina
r - Sam Montgomery - 6’4” 250 – LSU

Tackles
w - Jerel Worthy - 6’3” 310 - Michigan St
w - Dontari Poe - 6’5” 350 - Memphis
w - Fletcher Cox - 6'4" 300 - Mississippi St
Kawann Short - 6'3" 300 - Purdue
w - Marcus Forston - 6’3” 300 - Miami
r - Sylvester Williams - 6'3" 320 - North Carolina
r - Josh Boyd - 6'4" 300 - Mississippi St

Linebackers
w - Luke Kuechly - 6’2’ 235 - Boston College
w - Ronnell Lewis - 6'2" 245 - Oklahoma
w - Vontaze Burfict - 6’3” 250 - Arizona St
w - Donta Paige-Moss - 6’4” 250 - North Carolina
w - Terrell Manning - 6’2” 235 - North Carolina St.
r - Manti Te'O - 6’2” 255 - Notre Dame
r - Brandon Jenkins - 6’3” 255 - Florida St.
r - Jarvis Jones - 6'2" 240 - Georgia
r - Khaseem Green - 6'1" 225 - Rutgers
r - Kevin Riddick - 6’1” 240 - North Carolina
Shane Skov - 6’2” 245 - Stanford
Jonathan Massaquoi - 6’2” 250 - Troy

Cornerbacks
Dre Kirkpatrick - 6’2” 195 - Alabama
Morris Claiborne - 5’11” 180 - LSU
w - Stephon Gilmore - 6’1” 195 - South Carolina
y - Cliff Harris - 5’11” 180 - Oregon
w - Jayron Hosley - 5’11” 175 - Virginia Tech
w - Josh Robinson - 5’9” 185 - Central Florida
r - Greg Reid - 5’9” 185 - Florida St.
r - Johnthan Banks - 6’1” 185 - Mississippi St.
r - Rod Sweeting - 6’1” 185 - Georgia Tech

Safeties
r - T.J. McDonald - 6’2” 205 - Southern Cal
r - Ray-Ray Armstrong - 6’4” 215 - Miami
Robert Lester - 6’1” 210 - Alabama

Top 50 Senior Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2012

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Top 50 Senior Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2012

Photo - Safety Mark Barron - Alabama

December 31, 2011

S - Senior Bowl All-Star Game Recommended list from Dec. 2011 by Frank Coyle
Official invitations to the Senior Bowl will go out after players complete their final season and postseason team bowl game. Injured players attend Senior Bowl for weigh in and personal interviews.

Pro Prospect / Position / School
S 1. Michael Floyd - WR - Notre Dame
S 2. Alfonzo Dennard - CB - Nebraska
S 3. Mark Barron - S - Alabama
S 4. Zach Brown - LB - North Carolina
S 5. Quinton Coples - DE - North Carolina
S 6. Janoris Jenkins - CB - North Alabama
S 7. Courtney Upshaw - LB - Alabama
S 8. Cordy Glenn - OL - Georgia
S 9. Markelle Martin - S - Oklahoma St
S 10. Devon Still - DT - Penn St
S 11. Coby Fleener - TE - Stanford
S 12. Brandon Thompson - DT - Clemson
S 13. Marvin McNutt - WR - Iowa
S 14. Jared Crick - DT - Nebraska
S 15. Chase Minnifield - CB - Virginia
S 16. Melvin Ingram - DE - South Carolina
S 17. Dwight Jones - WR - North Carolina
S 18. Alameda Ta'Amu - DT - Washington
19. Andrew Datko - OT - Florida St
S 20. Dont'a Hightower - LB - Alabama
S 21. Kelechi Osemele - OL - Iowa St
S 22. Shaun Prater - CB - Iowa
S 23. Lavonte David - LB - Nebraska
S 24. Nick Toon - WR - Wisconsin
S 25. Kendall Wright - WR - Baylor
S 26. Vinny Curry - DE - Marshall
S 27. Billy Winn - DT - Boise St
S 28. Sean Spence - LB - Miami (Fl.)
S 29. Andre Branch - DE - Clemson
S 30. Brandon Boykin - CB - Georgia
S 31. Zebrie Sanders - OT - Florida St
S 32. Brandon Lindsey - LB - Pittsburgh
S 33. Donnie Fletcher - CB - Boston College
S 34. Kirk Cousins - QB - Michigan St
S 35. Nigel Bradham - LB - Florida St
S 36. Jeff Fuller - WR - Texas A&M
S 37. Joe Adams - WR - Arkansas
S 38. Travis Lewis - LB - Oklahoma
S 39. Michael Egnew - TE - Missouri
S 40. Keenan Robinson - LB - Texas
S 41. Ladarius Green - TE - Louisiana-Laf
S 42. Jarius Wright - WR - Arkansas
S 43. Mike Adams - OT - Ohio St
S 44. Doug Martin - RB - Boise St
S 45. Coryell Judie - CB - Texas A&M
S 46. Nate Potter - OT - Boise St
S 47. Josh Chapman - DT - Alabama
S 48. Harrison Smith - S - Notre Dame
S 49. Kevin Zeitler - OG - Wisconsin
50. Devier Posey - WR - Ohio St

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl All-star classic, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game for NFL prospects.

Top 50 Senior Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2012

Top 50 Senior Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2012

Photo - Safety Mark Barron - Alabama

Top 50 Senior Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2012
early December 2011

Pro Prospect / Position / School
1. Quinton Coples - DE - North Carolina
2. Alfonzo Dennard - CB - Nebraska
3. Mark Barron - S - Alabama
4. Michael Floyd - WR - Notre Dame
5. Brandon Thompson - DT - Clemson
6. Zach Brown - LB - North Carolina
7. Janoris Jenkins - CB - North Alabama
8. Melvin Ingram - DE - South Carolina
9. Billy Winn - DT - Boise St
10. Courtney Upshaw - LB - Alabama
11. Cordy Glenn - OL - Georgia
12. Devon Still - DT - Penn St
13. Brandon Boykin - CB - Georgia
14. Coby Fleener - TE - Stanford
15. Jared Crick - DT - Nebraska
16. Dwight Jones - WR - North Carolina
17. Marvin McNutt - WR - Iowa
18. Cyrus Gray - RB - Texas A&M
19. Kelechi Osemele - OL - Iowa St
20. Juron Criner - WR - Arizona
21. Chase Minnifield - CB - Virginia
22. Nigel Bradham - LB - Florida St
23. Markelle Martin - S - Oklahoma St
24. Brandon Lindsey - LB - Pittsburgh
25. Alameda Ta'Amu - DT - Washington
26. Andrew Datko - OT - Florida St
27. Jeff Fuller - WR - Texas A&M
28. Keenan Robinson - LB - Texas
29. Ryan Broyles - WR - Oklahoma
30. Shaun Prater - CB - Iowa
31. Zebrie Sanders - OT - Florida St
32. Leonard Johnson - CB - Iowa St
33. Nick Toon - WR - Wisconsin
34. Harrison Smith - S - Notre Dame
35. Logan Harrell - DT - Fresno St
36. Lavonte David - LB - Nebraska
37. Kendall Wright - WR - Baylor
38. Donnie Fletcher - CB - Boston College
39. Vinny Curry - DE - Marshall
40. Dont'a Hightower - LB - Alabama
41. Joe Adams - WR - Arkansas
42. Sean Spence - LB - Miami (Fl.)
43. Andre Branch - DE - Clemson
44. Jarius Wright - WR - Arkansas
45. B.J. Cunningham - WR - Michigan St
46. Mike Brewster - OC - Ohio St
47. Michael Egnew - TE - Missouri
48. Travis Lewis - LB - Oklahoma
49. Mike Martin - DT - Michigan
50. Kirk Cousins - QB - Michigan St

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 18 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game.

Wideouts Jeffery & Blackmon Top Receiving Class

Pro Prospect Rankings

Wide Receivers Jeffery & Blackmon Top Talented Receiving Class for NFL Draft

Photo WR Alshon Jeffery – South Carolina

Offense
* Underclassmen

Wide Receivers:
1 * Alshon Jeffery - 6-4, 235 - South Carolina
2 * Justin Blackmon - 6-1, 210 - Oklahoma St
3 Dwight Jones - 6-4, 225 - North Carolina
4 Michael Floyd - 6-3, 220 - Notre Dame
5 Jeff Fuller - 6-4, 220 - Texas A&M
6 Nick Toon - 6-2, 215 - Wisconsin
7 T.Y. Hilton - 5-9, 185 - Florida International
8 Ryan Broyles - 5-11, 195 - Oklahoma
9 * Mohamed Sanu - 6-2, 220 - Rutgers
10 Jermaine Kearse - 6-1, 205 - Washington
11 Marvin McNutt - 6-3, 215 - Iowa
12 Chris Owusu - 6-0, 200 - Stanford
13 B.J. Cunningham - 6-2, 215 - Michigan St.
14 Jarius Wright - 5-11, 180 - Arkansas
15 DeVier Posey - 6-2, 210 - Ohio St
16 Greg Childs - 6-3, 220 - Arkansas
17 Kendall Wright - 5-10, 180 - Baylor
18. A.J. Jenkins - 6-1, 200 - Illinois
19 Joe Adams - 5-10, 190 - Arkansas
20 Mike Willie - 6-4, 215 - Arizona St.

Tight Ends:
1 * Dwayne Allen - 6-4, 255 - Clemson
2 Michael Egnew - 6-6, 245 - Missouri
3 Coby Fleener - 6-5, 245 - Stanford
4 * Orson Charles - 6-3, 245 - Georgia
5 George Bryan - 6-5, 255 - North Carolina St
6 Ladarius Green - 6-6, 240 - Louisiana-Laf
7 David Paulson - 6-4, 245 - Oregon
8 Rhett Ellison - 6-5, 245 - Southern Cal
9 Anthony Miller - 6-3, 260 - California
10 DeAngelo Peterson - 6-4, 240 - LSU
11 Garrett Celek - 6-5, 250 - Michigan St
12 Kevin Koger - 6-4, 255 - Michigan
13 James Hanna - 6-4, 240 - Oklahoma
14 Jake Byrne - 6-3, 255 - Wisconsin
15 Blake Ayles - 6-5, 265 - Miami

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Thorpe and All-American teams. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He is also a member of the FWAA and voter in College team and player awards.

Junior QB Andrew Luck & RB Trent Richardson Head Pro Prospect Rankings for NFL Draft 2012

QB Andrew Luck & RB Trent Richardson Top QB and Running Back Classes

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Pro Prospect Rankings

Offense
* Underclassmen
Quarterbacks:

1 * Andrew Luck - 6-4, 235 - Stanford
2 * Matt Barkley - 6-2, 225 - Southern Cal
3 * Landry Jones - 6-4, 230 - Oklahoma
4 Brandon Weeden - 6-4, 215 - Oklahoma St
5 Nick Foles - 6-5, 245 - Arizona
6 Kirk Cousins - 6-3, 205 - Michigan St
7 Ryan Lindley - 6-4, 245 - San Diego St
8 Case Keenum - 6-2, 210 - Houston
9 Ryan Tannehill - 6-4, 220 - Texas A&M
10 Dayne Crist - 6-4, 235 - Notre Dame
11 John Brantley - 6-3 220 - Florida
12 Chandler Harnish - 6-2, 225 - Northern Illinois
13 Austin Davis - 6-2, 200 - Southern Miss
14 G.J. Kinne - 6-1, 215 - Tulsa
15 Kellen Moore - 6-0, 190 - Boise St

Running Backs:
1 * Trent Richardson - 5-10, 225 - Alabama
2 * Bernard Pierce - 6-0, 220 - Temple
3 * LaMichael James - 5-9, 185 - Oregon
4 Cyrus Gray - 5-10, 200 - Texas A&M
5 * Edwin Baker - 5-9, 210 - Michigan St.
6 * Christine Michael- 5-11, 215 - Texas A&M
7 Chris Rainey - 5-9, 175 - Florida
8 Tauren Poole - 5-11, 215 - Tennessee
9 * Chris Polk - 5-10, 215 - Washington
10 * David Wilson - 5-10, 205 - Virginia Tech
11 Brandon Bolden - 5-10, 225 - Mississippi
12 Isaiah Pead - 5-10, 210 - Cincinnati
13 Marc Tyler - 5-10, 230 - Southern California
14 * Andre Ellington - 5-9, 190 - Clemson
15 Jeff Demps - 5-8, 185 - Florida

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Thorpe and All-American teams. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He is also a member of the FWAA and voter in College team and player awards.

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