2010 Saints Draft Prospects (1 Viewer)


Jan 17, 2008
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2010 Saints Draft Prospects<O:p></O:p>
2010 Draft needs. DE, DT, QB, TE, CENTER, OLB<O:p></O:p>
1st - 32 pick of 1st rd<O:p></O:p>
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2nd <O:p></O:p>
<st1:City w:st="on">BRANDON</st1:City> <ST1:place w:st="on"><st1:City w:st="on">GRAHM</st1:City>, <st1:State w:st="on">MICHIGAN</st1:State></ST1:place>, DE (PASS RUSHER)<O:p></O:p>
DAN LEFEVOUR, <ST1:place w:st="on">CENTRAL MICHIGAN</ST1:place>, QB<O:p></O:p>
C.J. <st1:City w:st="on">WILSON</st1:City>, <ST1:place w:st="on"><st1:City w:st="on">EAST CAROLINA</st1:City>, <st1:State w:st="on">DE</st1:State></ST1:place> (LATE <st1:Street w:st="on"><st1:address w:st="on">2<SUP>ND</SUP> RD</st1:address></st1:Street>)<O:p></O:p>
3rd <O:p></O:p>
TIM HILLER, <ST1:place w:st="on">WESTERN MICHIGAN</ST1:place>, QB<O:p></O:p>
ZAC <ST1:place w:st="on"><st1:City w:st="on">ROBINSON</st1:City>, <st1:State w:st="on">OKLAHOMA</st1:State></ST1:place> ST, QB<O:p></O:p>
JERON MASTURED, <st1:Street w:st="on"><st1:address w:st="on">KANSAS ST</st1:address></st1:Street>, TE<O:p></O:p>
SEAN LEE, <ST1:place w:st="on"><st1:placeName w:st="on">PENN</st1:placeName> <st1:placeType w:st="on">STATE</st1:placeType></ST1:place>, ILB / OLB<O:p></O:p>
MICAH <ST1:place w:st="on"><st1:City w:st="on">JOHNSON</st1:City>, <st1:State w:st="on">KENTUCKY</st1:State></ST1:place>, ILB / OLB<O:p></O:p>
CHRIS HALL, <st1:State w:st="on"><ST1:place w:st="on">TEXAS</ST1:place></st1:State>, CENTER<O:p></O:p>
5th <O:p></O:p>
MAX HALL, BYU, QB<O:p></O:p>
SCOTT SICKO, <ST1:place w:st="on"><st1:State w:st="on">NEW HAMPSHIRE</st1:State></ST1:place>, TE<O:p></O:p>
6th <O:p></O:p>
KYLE MUTHR, <st1:Street w:st="on"><st1:address w:st="on">WEBBER ST</st1:address></st1:Street>, C<O:p></O:p>
A.J. TRUMP, <st1:City w:st="on"><ST1:place w:st="on">MIAMI</ST1:place></st1:City>, C<O:p></O:p>
<st1:City w:st="on">ANDERSON</st1:City> GARRETT, <ST1:place w:st="on">S. CAROLINA</ST1:place>, C <O:p></O:p>
JORGE <ST1:place w:st="on"><st1:City w:st="on">GONZALES</st1:City>, <st1:State w:st="on">KENTUCKY</st1:State></ST1:place>, C<O:p></O:p>
LEVI BROWN, <ST1:place w:st="on"><st1:City w:st="on">TROY</st1:City></ST1:place>, QB<O:p></O:p>
I appreciate your research, I really do. And come draft time, I'm a certifiable geek when it comes to finding prospects. But seriously, can we get through the 3rd game of the season before we get to the 2010 draft?
I agree, its a little early to be looking to deep into this.. Great insight though.. And when it comes time, im all about it.
selvie's the man!

but you might wanna merge this with the other 7-rd mock thread or folks here will flame you.
Stop flamming, this gives us prospects to look at on Saturday and keep in mind during top 10 highlights.

Thanks for posting, if you don't like the thread don't click on it!
My only problem is that there are tons of prospects rated for the first round that will not even be drafted and then there are guys no one's ever heard of who will be drafted in the first day. Outside of discussing "who to watch for" and possibly where the Saints need to shore-up position-wise, this is a pointless conversation.

I do appreciate the homework, though. I'll bookmark this thread and be watching some of these names...
I'd like to see us focus in OLB's...


1. Sergio Kindle

College: Texas
Height/Weight: 6-foot-3½, 250

Kindle played as a true freshman in 2006 and 2008 was his first year as a starter. He was a high school running back, who rushed for 5,632 yards in three years and started on the basketball team. He made the Texas high school All-State team on both offense and defense (first-team on both). His best position in the NFL might be as a hand-on-the-ground pass rusher, who has the strength, quickness and toughness needed to be taken in the lower-half of the first round.

2. Sean Weatherspoon

College: Missouri
Height/Weight: 6-1, 245

Weatherspoon played as a true freshman in 2006 and has started 28 games over the past two years. He had 155 total tackles in 2008, plus five sacks and returned two interceptions for touchdowns. He plays weakside backer and is an aggressive player with speed, who is a good blitzer and a good player in space. Weatherspoon can play every down and should play a lot of years in the NFL. He was a high jumper and point guard in high school.

3. Roddrick Muckelroy

College: Texas
Height/Weight: 6-1½, 237

Muckelroy is a fifth-year player, who started 16 consecutive games and had 50 more tackles (112) in 2008 than Texas' next-highest tackler. He has very good speed and athletic ability and can play in space, is good vs. the run and should be a solid starter and special teams player for many years.

4. Eric Norwood

College: South Carolina
Height/Weight: 6-foot ½, 250

Norwood played as a true freshman and had six sacks. He played defensive end his first two years at South Carolina and played linebacker in 2008. He had nine sacks, made first-team All-SEC at defensive end in 2008 and linebacker in 2008. Norwood has started 25 consecutive games and has great versatility as a player, can rush the passer or play coverage, plays hard every play and is a good character person. I wish her were a little taller, but he should be a good player for years and is a Pittsburgh-type player and good athlete.

5. Justin Cole

College: San Jose State
Height/Weight: 6-3¼, 243

Cole is a fifth-year player, who played defensive end his first two years at San Jose State. He has started 31 games and had 68 tackles and 3.5 sacks in 2008. He was selected second-team All-WAC in 2008 and was a sprinter in high school, who has the ability needed to play in the NFL. He is a very good competitor with size and speed and can play with his hand on the ground or in space.

6. Ricky Sapp

College: Clemson
Height/Weight: 6-4, 245

Sapp is a four-year player, who tore his ACL in the 10th game of the 2008 season. He has played defensive end for three years and was a great high school athlete as a track sprinter and starter on the basketball team. He has pass rush ability coming off the edge, because of his speed and quickness. The question will be if he can play in space and recover from his injury. He has the physical talent.

7. Dekoda Watson

College: Florida State
Height/Weight: 6-1½, 225

Watson played as a true freshman, starting one game as a strong-side linebacker. He had 46 tackles in 16 games in 2008 and is very athletic and can play in space. Watson is a big hitter at the college level, but needs to get bigger to play well in the NFL. He will be a good special teams player.

8. Sean Lee

College: Penn State
Height/Weight: 6-2, 235

Lee is a fifth-year player, who played as a true freshman missing the 2008 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. The injury happened during spring practice in a non-contact drill. Lee won All-State awards in both football and basketball before the injury. He was outstanding and a great competitor, with quickness. He is a very instinctive player with speed and is a smart player, leader and co-captain for the 2009 season. If healthy, he is a starter in the NFL.

9. Cameron Sheffield

College: Troy
Height/Weight: 6-2¼, 245

Sheffield is a four-year player and two-year starter at defensive end. This is a playmaker on defense and was a first-team all-conference player in 2008. He plays faster than his timed speed (4.80) and is very athletic with very good quickness and is strong, tough and can play in space. Troy has turned out some good players over the past several years, including DeMarcus Ware and Osi Umenyiora.

10. Daryl Washington

College: TCU
Height/Weight: 6-1½, 215

Washington played as a true freshman, who has started just two games in his first three years. He has the speed (4.58 40) to play safety, but is not big enough for linebacker. He will be a great special teams player for an NFL team. He has ability, but needs weight and strength. The 2009 season will be a big year for him. Washington is well coached and had 63 tackles, two sacks and one interception in 2008.

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