Thursday, February 25, 2010

According to draft "experts" on combine eve...

Mel Kiper's top 5, as of February 17:
  1. St. Louis: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
  2. Detroit: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
  3. Tampa Bay: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
  4. Washington: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame. Clausen will gain momentum after the combine. Once he's fully recovered from his toe surgery, he'll show teams he can make the throws, but there's more to it. His intelligence, competitiveness and toughness will impress personnel people, and his stock will rise. Clausen has under-center experience and was as close to mistake-free as he could be given his surroundings this past season.
  5. Kansas City: Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
Todd McShay's top 5, as of February 10:
  1. St. Louis: Gerald McCoy
  2. Detroit: Ndamukong Suh
  3. Tampa Bay: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida
  4. Washington: Anthony Davis. Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford has enough physical and mental tools to develop into a good NFL starter eventually. However, he also enters the league with enough question marks (shoulder injury, spread offensive system, etc.) for a team like the Redskins to pass and fill one of several other holes. Solidifying its offensive line should be Washington's top priority, and Davis is the most naturally gifted tackle in this year's deep group. Two other options at tackle are Russell Okung (Oklahoma State) and Bryan Bulaga (Iowa).
  5. Kansas City: Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma St.
Scouts Inc. latest rankings of potential Redskin draft picks:
QBs: Bradford-95, Clausen-88
OTs: Davis-97, Okung-96, Bulaga-95

Fri: kickers/punters
Sat: offensive line/tight ends
Sun: quarterbacks/running backs/wide receivers
Mon: defensive line/linebackers
Tue: cornerbacks/safeties

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