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McLovin
12-03-2007, 12:49 AM
About Football ranks the top-five kicker prospects in the 2008 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL. This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which kickers project the best at the next level.
1. Brandon Coutu, Georgia
2. Arthur Carmody, Louisville
3. Alexis Serna, Oregon Stare
4. Garrett Hartley, Oklahoma
5. Connor Barth, North Carolina


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About Football ranks the top offensive tackle prospects in the 2008 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL.
This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which offensive tackles project the best at the next level. 1. Jake Long, OT Michigan
2. *Michael Oher, OT Mississippi
3. *Ryan Clady, OT Boise State
4. Sam Baker, OT USC
5. *Alex Boone, OT Ohio State
6. Gosder Cherilus, OT Boston College
7. Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh
8. *Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma
9. Tony Hills, Texas
10. Chris Williams, Vanderbilt
* - indicates underclassman





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About Football ranks the top offensive guard prospects in the 2008 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL.

This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which offensive guards project the best at the next level. 1. *Duke Robinson, Oklahoma
1. Eric Young, Tennessee
2. Will Arnold, LSU
3. Roy Schuening, Oregon State
4. Andrew Crummey, Maryland
5. Chris McDuffie, Clemson
6. Shannon Tevaga, Georgia
7. Jacky Claude, Florida State
8. Jordan Grimes, Purdue
9. Mike McGlynn, Pittsburgh
10. Adam Kraus, Michigan
* - indicates underclassmen

About Football ranks the top cornerback prospects in the 2008 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL.

This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which projects the best at the next level. 1. *Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State
2. DeJuan Tribble, Boston College
3. Mike Jenkins, South Florida
4. *Aqib Talib, Kansas
5. *Justin King, Penn State
6. Chevis Jackson, LSU
7. Antoine Cason Arizona
8. Zach Bowman, Nebraska
9. *Jake Ikegwouna, Wisconsin
10. Trae Williams, South Florida

* - indicates underclassmen

http://football.about.com/cs/positionalranking/a/nfldraftcbrank.htm

This is a start of the most glaring needs, although Reshad Barksdale and Tyron Brackenridge are both Rookie Cornerbacks. I would also like to see a stud kick returner a la Devin Hester, Since generally Kick Returners are wide receivers, here is a list of the possible wide receivers. DeSean Jackson looks like a stud returner but I don't think that we should go into the early rounds thinking wide receiver even though it would be for kick returner, none the less here is the list.

About Football ranks the top wide receiver prospects in the 2008 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL.
This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which wide receivers project the best at the next level. 1. Early Doucet, WR LSU
2. Adarius Bowman, Oklahoma State
3. *DeSean Jackson, Cal
4. *Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma
5. *Earl Bennett, Vanderbilt
6. *James Hardy, Indiana
7. Andre Caldwell, Florida
8. Keenan Burton, Kentucky
9. Limas Sweed, Texas
10. Donnie Avery, Houston



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