Mike Detillier’s Top 32 Players for the 2011 NFL Draft [MOD EDIT - Bumped thread from December 2010] (1 Viewer)

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Mike Detillier’s Top 32 Players for the 2011 NFL Draft


1. Andrew Luck-Quarterback 6-3, 230 Stanford **

2. A.J. Green-Wide Receiver 6-4, 219 Georgia **

3. Patrick Peterson-Cornerback 6-1, 210 LSU **

4. Da’Quan Bowers-Defensive End 6-4, 280 Clemson **

5. Nick Fairley-Defensive Tackle 6-4 ½, 308 Auburn **

6. Robert Quinn-Defensive End 6-4, 270 North Carolina **

7. Jake Locker-Quarterback 6-3, 225 Washington

8. Prince Amukamara-Cornerback 6-1, 200 Nebraska

9. Adrian Clayborn-Defensive End 6-3, 285 Iowa

10. Ryan Mallett-Quarterback 6-6 ½, 240 Arkansas **

11. Marcell Dareus-Defensive End/Tackle 6-3, 295 Alabama **

12. Cameron Newton-Quarterback 6-6, 250 Auburn **

13. Julio Jones-Wide Receiver 6-2 ¾, 218 Alabama **

14. Mark Ingram-Halfback 5-9, 225 Alabama **

15. Akeem Ayers-Outside Linebacker 6-3, 244 UCLA **

16. Von Miller-Outside Linebacker 6-2, 240 Texas A&M

17. Jonathan Baldwin-Wide Receiver 6-4 ½, 225 Pittsburgh **

18. Justin Blackmon-Wide Receiver 6-1 ¼, 218 Oklahoma State **

19. Cameron Heyward-Defensive End 6-6, 292 Ohio State

20. Nate Solder-Offensive Tackle 6-8, 310 Colorado

21. Derek Sherrod-Offensive Tackle 6-5 ½, 298 Mississippi State

22. Ryan Kerrigan-Defensive End 6-3 ¼, 262 Purdue

23. Cameron Jordan-Defensive End 6-3 ½, 285 California

24. Michael Floyd-Wide Receiver 6-2 ½, 222 Notre Dame **

25. Rahim Moore-Free Safety 6-1, 200 UCLA **

26. Bruce Carter-Outside Linebacker 6-2 ½, 225 North Carolina

27. Jared Crick-Defensive Tackle 6-4, 292 Nebraska **

28. Janoris Jenkins-Cornerback 5-10 ½, 188 Florida **

29. Allen Bailey-Defensive End/Tackle 6-4, 288 Miami (Fla.)

30. Anthony Castonzo-Offensive Tackle 6-6, 300 Boston College

31. Justin Houston-Outside Linebacker 6-2 ½, 252 Georgia **

32. DeMarcus Love-Offensive Tackle 6-4 ½, 312 Arkansas

** junior or third year sophomore eligible
 

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I know Julio scorched Auburn last week, but he just hasn't impressed me that much in his college career. He's good, but nowhere near AJ Green.
 

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I know Julio scorched Auburn last week, but he just hasn't impressed me that much in his college career. He's good, but nowhere near AJ Green.

Definitely agreed. AJ is better than Julio. He is going to be a real stud in the NFL.
 

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If you're gonna pay a QB 20 million you better look at OL & WR
He can't throw from his back and doesn't matter if he has no one to catch
Look what's happening to Peyton with a shaky OL
 

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Look what's happening to Peyton with a shaky OL

Don't understand this, a year ago folks were all calling them the best OL in the league. You couldnt get to him. Now they are just lazy bums?
 
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A good looking group of OLBs and DEs towards the end of the first round. Would be nice if BPA just happened to also be a need.
 

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Don't understand this, a year ago folks were all calling them the best OL in the league. You couldnt get to him. Now they are just lazy bums?
It could be no quality back ups pusshing them for their position.
Always keep good quality backups on OL, especially if your team is centered around the QB as NO-Indy-NE are.
 

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22. Ryan Kerrigan-Defensive End 6-3 ¼, 262 Purdue
23. Cameron Jordan-Defensive End 6-3 ½, 285 California
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DT Stephen Paea
 

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