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Kiper's top 5 by position 1/12/06

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Here: Jan. 12, 2006 | Now that underclassmen are declaring for the NFL draft, the Top 5 list will take on a different look in the coming weeks. Instead of Top 5 Seniors by Position, it is now Top 5 ...

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Old 01-12-2006, 02:28 PM   #1
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Kiper's top 5 by position 1/12/06

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Jan. 12, 2006 | Now that underclassmen are declaring for the NFL draft, the Top 5 list will take on a different look in the coming weeks. Instead of Top 5 Seniors by Position, it is now Top 5 Players by Position, based on seniors and underclassmen who are involved in the draft process. Expect many more changes in the next few weeks, since underclassmen have until Jan. 15 to declare for April's draft.


Quarterbacks
1. Matt Leinart, USC
2. Vince Young, Texas (Junior)
3. Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt
4. Brodie Croyle, Alabama
5. Charlie Whitehurst, Clemson
5a. Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green (Junior)



Running Backs
1. Reggie Bush, USC
2. DeAngelo Williams, Memphis
3. LenDale White, USC
4. Laurence Maroney, Minnesota
5. Maurice Drew, UCLA
5a. Joseph Addai, LSU
5b. Brian Calhoun, Wisconsin



Fullbacks
1. Lawrence Vickers, Colorado
2. J.D. Runnels, Oklahoma
3. Matt Bernstein, Wisconsin
4. Daccus Turman, South Carolina
5. David Kirtman, USC


Wide Receivers
1. Santonio Holmes, Ohio State (Junior)
2. Derek Hagan, Arizona State
3. Sinorice Moss, Miami
4. Chad Jackson, Florida (Junior)
5. Maurice Stovall, Notre Dame
5a. Hank Baskett, New Mexico



Tight Ends
1. Vernon Davis, Maryland (Junior)
2. Leonard Pope, Georgia (Junior)
3. Anthony Fasano, Notre Dame (Junior)
4. Dominique Byrd, USC
5. Marcedes Lewis, UCLA
5a. Owen Daniels, Wisconsin
5b. David Thomas, Texas




Tackles
1. D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Virginia
2. Ryan O'Callaghan, California
3. Jeremy Trueblood, Boston College
4. Marcus McNeill, Auburn
5. Andrew Whitworth, LSU
5a. Eric Winston, Miami


Guards
1. Jason Spitz, Louisville
2. Taitusi Lutui, USC
3. Max Jean-Gilles, Georgia
4. Kevin Boothe, Cornell
5. Rob Sims, Ohio State
5a. Davin Joseph, Oklahoma


Centers
1. Ryan Cook, New Mexico
2. Nick Mangold, Ohio State
3. Greg Eslinger, Minnesota
4. Mike Degory, Florida
5. Todd Londot, Miami (Ohio)


Place Kickers
1. Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis
2. Josh Huston, Ohio State
3. Connor Hughes, Virginia
4. Deric Yaussi, Wyoming
5. Kurt Smith, Virginia


Defensive Ends
1. Mario Williams, NC State (Junior)
2. Tamba Hali, Penn State
3. Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College
4. Kamerion Wimbley, Florida State
5. Manny Lawson, NC State
5a. Elvis Dumervil, Louisville
5b. Ray Edwards, Purdue (Junior)
5c. Jason Hatcher, Grambling



Defensive Tackles
1. Haloti Ngata, Oregon 2. Orien Harris, Miami
3. Claude Wroten, LSU
4. Brodrick Bunkley, Florida State
5. Kyle Williams, LSU
5a. Titus Adams, Nebraska



Inside Linebackers
1. D'Qwell Jackson, Maryland
2. Abdul Hodge, Iowa
3. Kai Parham, Virginia (Junior)
4. Gerris Wilkinson, Georgia Tech
5. Oliver Hoyte, NC State



Outside Linebackers
1. A.J. Hawk, Ohio State
2. DeMeco Ryans, Alabama
3. Chad Greenway, Iowa
4. Ernie Sims, Florida St. (Junior)
5. Bobby Carpenter, Ohio State
5a. Thomas Howard, UTEP
5b. Stephen Tulloch, N.C. State (Junior)
5c. Cameron Vaughn, LSU



Cornerbacks
1. Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech
2. Ashton Youboty, Ohio St. (Junior)
3. Antonio Cromartie, Florida State (Junior)
4. Anwar Phillips, Penn State
5. Johnathan Joseph, South Carolina (Junior)
5a. Kelly Jennings, Miami
5b. Marcus Hudson, NC State
5c. Jason Allen, Tennessee
5d. DeMario Minter, Georgia
5e. Alan Zemaitis, Penn State



Safeties
1. Michael Huff, Texas
2. Ko Simpson, South Carolina (Junior)
3. Donte Whitner, Ohio St. (Junior)
4. Anthony Smith, Syracuse
5. Danieal Manning, Abilene Christian (Junior)
5a. Bernard Pollard, Purdue (Junior)
5b. Dwayne Slay, Texas Tech
5c. Daniel Bullocks, Nebraska


Punters
1. John Torp, Colorado
2. Steve Weatherford, Illinois
3. Jeff Williams, Adams State (Colo.)
4. Tom Malone, USC
5. Sam Paulescu, Oregon State
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Old 01-12-2006, 03:02 PM   #2
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RE: Kiper

i personally do not trust sec quarterbacks especially ones from smaller schools. they have a horrible track record in the nfl.
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Old 01-12-2006, 05:14 PM   #3
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RE: Kiper

I think the deepest positions in this years draft are tightend, linebacker, and fullback. Each of those positions you can name 10 plus guys right off the bat that deserves to go the first day (okay maybe not fullback cause they never go on the first day). Too bad we have Hilton and so many other tightends... I'd love to add one from this year's draft. I think no matter what, we'll come out with a very good linebacker. It's too deep. I don't think even our front office can screw this draft up.

I don't see why so many college analyst and scouts like Whitehurst so much... I think Jacobs is better than both he and Croyle.
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