USC’s Mays #1 safety in latest rankings


Top 10 Safeties 1. Taylor Mays- Southern California, Jr- Mays is very well built and he has a lot of speed to go with it. He doesn‚Äôt make too many mistakes and is very physical. Mays will be a first round pick if he decides to leave USC early. 2. William Moore- Missouri, Sr- Moore is the definition of a ball hawk and he has great hands to go with it. He isn‚Äôt very physical and he sometimes doesn‚Äôt recognize plays, but other than that Moore is almost flawless. 3. Patrick Chung- Oregon, Sr- Chung is a very strong and physical player. Chung is under 6 foot but he makes up for that in strength and speed. At times he may be a little bit too aggressive. 4. Myron Rolle- Florida State, Jr- Myron Rolle can get beat at times but he is a very intelligent player who rarely makesRead More »

2009 NFL Draft Rankings: LB


INSIDE LINEBACKERS: 1. James Laurinaitis- Ohio State, Sr- Laurinaitis is a very intelligent football player with a lot of speed and great tackling ability. There aren‚Äôt too many flaws in Laurinaitis‚Äô game which is why he should go in the top 10. 2. Rey Maualuga- Southern California, Sr– Maualuga is another top 10 prospect at the inside linebacker spot. Maualuga is very quick and shows great closing speed. 3. Brandon Spikes- Florida, Jr- Spikes is by far the best junior at the position. He is a solid tackler and could be the best in the country at inside linebacker in pass defense. 4. Darry Beckwith- LSU, Sr- Beckwith is one of the best tacklers in the country and has substantially improved in pass coverage over the course of the season. 5. Scott McKillop- Pittsburgh, Sr- McKillop struggles in pass coverage which is why he has fallen to number five onRead More »

NFL Draft: Georgia’s Stafford comes in at #1


11/28/08 — 2009 NFL Draft QUARTERBACK Rankings 1. Matthew Stafford- Georgia, Jr- Stafford remains in the number one slot, barely ahead of Sam Bradford. He has increased his passing yards and rating this season. More importantly though, his completion percentage has gone up over 5 points from last season, showing definite improvement in his weakest area. 2. Sam Bradford- Oklahoma, Eligible Soph- Bradford was red shirted which is why he is eligible for the 2009 NFL draft. He has proven this season that last was no fluke. He has improved in almost every area and has also improved his arm strength. He looks to be a sure first round pick if he declares for the draft. 3. Tim Tebow, Florida- Jr- Tebow‚Äôs stock continues to drop to the number three slot. He hasn‚Äôt had quite the marvelous season he had last season but he still shows the skills necessary toRead More »