Players to look at for next years draft

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2006 Draft Prospects
[size=-1]Quarterbacks[/size]
[size=-1] 1. Matt Leinart, USC[/size]
[size=-1] 2. Charlie Whitehurst, Clemson[/size]
[size=-1] 3. Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M[/size]
[size=-1] 4. Darrel Hackney, U.A.B.[/size]
[size=-1] 5. Brad Smith, Missouri[/size]
[size=-1] 6. Josh Betts, Miami (OH)[/size]
[size=-1] 7. Kellen Clemens, Oregon[/size]
[size=-1] 8. Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo[/size]
[size=-1] 9. Brodie Croyle, Alabama[/size]
[size=-1] 10. Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt[/size]
[size=-1]Running Backs[/size]
[size=-1] 1. DeAngelo Williams, Memphis[/size]
[size=-1] 2. Leon Washington, Florida St.[/size]
[size=-1] 3. Joseph Addai, L.S.U.[/size]
[size=-1] 4. Wali Lundy, Virginia[/size]
[size=-1] 5. Gerald Riggs, Jr., Tennessee[/size]
[size=-1] 6. DonTrell Moore, New Mexico[/size]
[size=-1] 7. Selvin Young, Texas[/size]
[size=-1] 8. P.J. Daniels, Georgia Tech[/size]
[size=-1] 9. Damien Rhodes, Syracuse[/size]
[size=-1] 10. Mike Bell, Arizona[/size]
[size=-1]Wide Receivers[/size]
[size=-1] 1. Derek Hagan, Arizona St.[/size]
[size=-1] 2. Martin Nance, Miami (OH)[/size]
[size=-1] 3. Todd Watkins, B.Y.U.[/size]
[size=-1] 4. Ben Obomanu, Auburn[/size]
[size=-1] 5. Demetrius Williams, Oregon[/size]
[size=-1] 6. Travis Wilson, Oklahoma[/size]
[size=-1] 7. Clinton Soloman, Iowa[/size]
[size=-1] 8. Maurice Stovall, Notre Dame[/size]
[size=-1] 9. Rhema McKnight, Notre Dame[/size]
[size=-1] 10. Mike Haas, Oregon St.[/size]
 

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SuperMarksBros. said:
Water covers 75% of the world...Surtain and Madison cover the rest.
I got a chuckle out of this, thank you. :up:

EDIT: For on topic discussion... sorry, I just liked the sig. I would like to commment on the list but, I would rather wait until I see how they perform next year. There are several in that list that I will be watching and hoping they continue to play at a high level.(okay, you caught me... this is all fluff, but I wanted to keep it on topic. :D)
 

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Fitz said:
Vincent Young is AWESOME
I really liked him when I saw him in the bowl game. However, the more I think about it, the more I realize that he'll probably just bea wide receiver in the NFL. Then again, Mike Vick is an amazing QB...
 

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They only have seniors on that list too. This might be a little to early to start.
 

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I like Leinart. I was born on the exact same day as he was. :cool:
 

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Gore and Parrish both turned pro early

SuperMarksBros. said:
no hurricanes on that list? surprising...
Otherwise, they probably would have slotted late in the Top 10.

I'm trying to think of other top rated Canes for next year. Obviously Eric Winston at T. No QB. No RB. I don't think Devon Hester will bolt early because he's just getting settled at DB, but with such freakish athletic ability he could easily have a breakout season and leave.
 

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PeterJNO said:
2006 Draft Prospects
I think my favorite player out of that whole draft next year is DeAngello Williams. I was praying he would come out this year, but he didnt.
 

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QB class is pathetic next season. All but 3 or 4 are legit NFL material. Omar Jacobs belongs way up on that list even though he'd be an underclassman.

If you guys think this draft class is weak, wait till next year...
 
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