QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | OG | C | DE | DT | OLB | ILB | CB | S

C

1. Brian Schwenke, California………………………………………………………6’3″ – 314 lb.

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2. Barrett Jones, Alabama — Scouting Report……………………………………6’4″ – 306 lb.

3. Travis Frederick, Wisconsin…………………………………………………..6’5⅜” – 312 lb.

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4. Braxston Cave, Notre Dame…………………………………………………..6’3¼” – 303 lb.

5. P.J. Lonergan, LSU………………………………………………………………6’3″ – 304 lb.

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6. Khaled Holmes, USC…………………………………………………………….6’3″ – 302 lb.

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Note: In order to appeal to the masses, I will use a combination of tiers and numbered ranking. The tiers are the main focus when deciphering what these rankings really mean. Prospects who are grouped in the same tier (separated by the lines) are essentially similar level prospects in terms of “draftability” that simply have different skillsets and scheme fits and therefore will have different value based on the scheme they are drafted into.  The numbers are simply my personal preference when it comes to general ability and talent.  The tiers are far more important.  My proposed scheme fits for prospects and overall skills can be found in each prospect’s scouting report.  If there is not a scouting report posted yet, be patient!  Also, these rankings are fluid and ever-changing as I roll through more and more film up until I set my final rankings and big board a week or more before draft day.

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