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Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

Posted on: April 27, 2008 10:16 pm
Edited on: April 28, 2008 12:23 pm

Top 15 for the 2009 NFL Draft

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1. LB James Laurinaitis (Ohio State)
  • Can read all the plays and stops the run very well.

2. WR Michael Crabtree (Texas Tech)*
  • One of the most athletic receivers to come out in a while.

3. CB Malcolm Jenkins (Ohio State)
  • Jenkins can be a successful NFL cornerback.

4. RB Chris Wells (Ohio State)
  • Will likely be the top running back available in 2009

5. DE Tyson Jackson (LSU)
  • Big man stuffs the line and makes big plays for LSU.

6. OT Michael Oher (Ole Miss)
  • Oger will be a cornerstone on whichever line takes him.

7. WR Percy Harvin (Florida)*
  • Very very athletic. Harvin can do it all and is super quick.

8. LB Ray Maualuga (USC)
  • Should be a great NFL linebacker for years to come.

9. QB Tim Tebow (Florida)*
  • Can do it all. Many think he can be a franchise QB.

10. S Myron Rolle (Florida State)*
  • Very talented safety from the Seminoles.

11. OT Andre Smith (Alabama)*
  • Smith is a super talented tackle that will help any line.

12. LB Brandon Spikes (Florida)*
  • Spikes has to improve in some areas but is very talented.

13. OG Duke Robinson (Oklahoma)
  • Another great lineman. Robinson should be a high pick.

14. S Nic Harris (Oklahoma)
  • Harris is one of the better defensive backs available in 09.

15. RB P. J. Hill (Wisconsin)
  • Hill is a little slow but his power is what gets him here.

*Denotes Underclassmen

Category: NFL

Since: Mar 28, 2007
Posted on: May 1, 2008 1:07 pm

Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

No one seems to be mentioning Taylor Mays, the SS from USC.  The kid is 6'4" and runs a 4.3 40.  He is strong and football smart.  This kid will more than likely go in the Top 5.  Stay on the look out for him.

Also, Tim Tebow did say he will stay in school for all 4 years.  That usually means nothing, but I think it would be to his benefit to leave after his junior year if he does well.  Especially after seeing the Brian Brohm effect.


Since: Mar 17, 2008
Posted on: April 30, 2008 1:30 pm

Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

Crabtree is a redshirt sophmore by the way and if he has another great season..... HE'S MAKING THE JUMP!

Since: Feb 11, 2008
Posted on: April 30, 2008 9:41 am

Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

3 out of the top 4 are Ohio State. Who wrote this?

Tebow and Harvin should be higher up. They are great players. I think the Falcons should have waited another year to draft a QB. Matt Ryan is not that good and Tim Tebow can be a non-criminal Michael Vick.

Since: Dec 22, 2007
Posted on: April 30, 2008 9:25 am

Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

I think a couple more that will be on this list come the season is LSU's WR Byrd and LB Beckwith. 

Since: Jan 3, 2008
Posted on: April 29, 2008 9:58 pm

Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

Just for the heck of it UNC for life.

Since: Apr 27, 2008
Posted on: April 29, 2008 6:45 pm

Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

why are you already doing a 09 draft?, the 08 one just finished.

Since: Oct 9, 2006
Posted on: April 29, 2008 6:39 pm

Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

Agreed, though I am bias as well. Travis Beckum with another solid year should go top 15.

Since: Jan 3, 2008
Posted on: April 29, 2008 5:39 pm

Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

I love Matthew Stafford. I love his arm and I love the way he plays the game. He definetely deserves to be on this list. I don't disagree there. Why is it biased just because I didn't include Stafford?

Since: Nov 3, 2006
Posted on: April 29, 2008 5:00 pm

Top 15 for 2009 NFL Draft

Not for anything but all ive heard since the SB is the draft, ive read millions of mock drafts that when push came to shove didnt mean sh#$, i could have picked more probable prospects for some teams then most sports anylists, and now super Prisco's got his 2009 mock draft ready, which is probably at least half wrong and im being very conservative saying that. ENOUGH!!! lol

Since: Feb 7, 2008
Posted on: April 29, 2008 4:55 pm
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