2013 NFL Draft Positional Rankings-Offensive Tackles

1.  Taylor LewanMichigan Grade-1st  Round

2. Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M Grade-1st Round

3. Jake Matthews, Texas A&M Grade-1st Round

4.   D.J. Fluker, Alabama Grade-2nd Round

5.  Eric Fisher, Central Michigan-2nd Round

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2013 NFL Draft Positional Rankings-Tight Ends

1. Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame Grade-1st Round

2. Zach ErtzStanford Grade-3rd Round

3. Jordan ReedFlorida Grade-3rd Round

4.  Dion SimsMichigan State Grade-3rd Round

5.  Chris Gragg, Arkansas Grade-4th Round

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2013 NFL Draft Positional Rankings-Centers

1. Barrett Jones, Alabama Grade-1st Round

2. Khaled Homes, USC Grade-2nd Round

3. Tyler Larsen, Utah State Grade-2nd Round

4.   Mario Benavides, Louisville Grade-3rd Round

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2013 NFL Draft Positional Rankings-Offensive Guards

1. Chance Warmack, Alabama Grade-1st Round

2.  Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina Grade-1st Round

3. Larry Warford, Kentucky Grade-3rd Round

4. Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State Grade 3rd Round

5. Alvin Bailey, Arkansas Grade-3rd Round

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NCAA Power Poll

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New 2013 NFL Mock Draft

Lots of big changes in my newest 2013 NFL Mock Draft. Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas has disappointed, so I have ruled him out at this point as an early entry and he's off the board. I have taken all my running backs out of the first round, not because I think a player like South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore isn't talented, just no in demand compared to the other talent in the draft.

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Curt's Big 32 for the 2013 NFL Draft-UPDATED

Please keep in mind, this is my list of who I like.  This has nothing to do with predicting where they will be drafted.   If I were an NFL GM, if all positions were on the board, this would be my top 32 guys. You couldn't really go wrong with any of these guys, but don't be shocked that my order doesn't fall in line with what most believe.

Obviously I reserve the right to make changes to this as the season goes on, and it is of course a fluid list. 

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Scouting Snapshots-DJ Fluker

These are my preseason scouting reports.  They are meant to just lay a foundation for where these players are going into the 2012 College Football season.  Obviously when I do final scouting reports on these players after the season, things will change.  No guarantees they will change for the better, and I do my best to be objective and pragmatic.  You all may take that as being negative, but if I like a guy I say so, and if I don't, you'll hear that too.


DJ Fluker, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Height-6'6"

Weight-335lbs

 

Positives

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10 Must Watch Games for the 2012 College Football Season


I started putting this list together as I am prepping for the upcoming college football season.  I've broken the list into 2 groups, non-conference and conference matchups.  Some of these games will have BCS significance and others will be more of traditional importance, but they all look to me to be great games and well worth your time whether you are a fan of the teams or not.

Top 5 non-conference games

5. BYU at Utah September 15th-This matchup has been a tradition for many years, but since the conference changes in 2010 we've been counting down to the beginning of the end of the Holy War.  This game is less about 2 great teams fighting for BCS position but marks what may be the end of a great football tradition.

4. Auburn Vs. Clemson(in Atlan

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Best of the Bunch-Linebackers

The role of a linebacker, especially in a college defense is pretty varied depending on the system.  In some, they are pass rush specialists, in others they are hybrid defensive backs, but no matter what you call them, the middle 3(or in some cases 4) of the defense are vital for not only run stopping, but in pass defense.  It's where nearly every team's top tacklers come from, and in order to be great there must be playmakers.  This year's units all contain talented playmakers in all facets of the game.  And the 4 units I have picked were fairly easy selections and they stand well ahead of the rest of the country.

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2012 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Trent RichardsonRB 3Browns
Mark BarronS 7Buccaneers
Dre KirkpatrickCB 17Bengals
Dont'a HightowerILB 25Patriots
Courtney UpshawDE 35Ravens
Josh ChapmanDT 136Colts
DeQuan MenzieCB 146Chiefs
Brad SmelleyTE 247Browns
Darius HanksWR
Jerrell HarrisILB
William VlachosC
Marquis MazeWR

2011 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Marcell DareusDE 3Bills
Julio JonesWR 6Falcons
James CarpenterOT 25Seahawks
Mark IngramRB 28Saints
Greg McElroyQB 208Jets

2010 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Rolando McClainILB 8Raiders
Kareem JacksonCB 20Texans
Javier ArenasCB 50Chiefs
Terrence CodyDT 57Ravens
Mike JohnsonOG 98Falcons
Marquis JohnsonCB 211Rams
Brandon DeaderickDE 247Patriots
Leigh TiffinK
Justin WoodallS
Colin PeekTE
Brandon FanneyOLB
Drew DavisOT
Lorenzo WashingtonDE

2009 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Andre SmithOT 6Bengals
Glen CoffeeRB 7449ers
Antoine CaldwellC 77Texans
Rashad JohnsonS 95Cardinals
John Parker WilsonQB

2008 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team

2007 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
Le'Ron McClain FB 137Ravens
Kenneth Darby RB 246Buccaneers
Ramzee Robinson CB 255Lions

2006 Draft
Player Pos Pick NFL Team
DeMeco Ryans ILB 33Texans
Roman Harper S 43Saints
Brodie Croyle QB 85Chiefs
Charlie Peprah CB 158Giants
Mark Anderson DE 159Bears

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