The final scores are in the book and Draft Breakdown is here to update you on how some of the top rookies in the 2009 draft performed in their NFL debuts. Mark Sanchez – QB – Jets If I had to decide, this would be the rookie of the week. Sanchez led the Jets into Houston and looked more like a 3 year veteran QB under center. The former USC signal caller finished the game 18 of 31 with 272 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception, giving him a QB rating of 84.3. Even though Sanchez threw a pick that led to a touchdown, he bounced back and helped the Jets drive down the field for another score. Kenny Britt – WR – Titans Britt had the early jump on the competition, playing in a nationally televised game on Thursday night…that just happened to be against the defending Super Bowl Keep Reading…
Highlighted by the Defensive Tackle position, the 2010 Defensive Class is very top heavy. There doesn’t appear to be a whole lot of depth past the first couple of rounds. Luckily, there are quite a few talented Underclassmen that are expected to declare, which could make the first two rounds the most talented in the past five years. This preview will look mainly at the DEFENSIVE SENIORS.
Carlos Dunlap (Florida) is a junior but still probably the best DE of this class, possessing tremendous size, speed, and strength. For the seniors, though, the group is led by Greg Hardy (Ole Miss) and Corey Wooten (Northwestern). Both are well-rounded defensive ends that will push for first round spots.
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1. Greg Hardy | Ole Miss 2. Corey Wooten | Northwestern 3. Brandon Graham | Michigan 4. George Selvie | Keep Reading…
The 2009 College football season is expected to be an interesting one, headlined by the top 3 Quarterbacks who are trying to lead their teams to national championships and eventually lead themselves into top picks in the 2010 NFL Draft. These Quarterbacks are Tim Tebow (Sr- Florida), Colt McCoy (Sr- Texas), and Sam Bradford (RS Jr- Oklahoma). In this special Draft Breakdown season preview we will concentrate only on the top Senior players at each OFFENSIVE position.
McCoy and Tebow are the ‘name guys’ of this group that you will hear about throughout the entire season. But, there are a host of other QB’s that are trying to campaign their way into being 1st day picks come the 2010 draft.
Draft Breakdown Top 10 1. Colt McCoy – Texas 2. Tim Tebow – Florida 3. Dan LeFevour – Central Michigan 4. Zac Robinson – Keep Reading…