Taking It to the House Final 2009 NFL Draft Prospect List

Quarterbacks

1. Matthew Stafford, Georgia (Jr.)

2. Mark Sanchez, USC (Jr.)

3. Josh Freeman, Kansas State (Jr.)

4. Pat White, West Virginia

5. Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State

6a. Nate Davis, Ball State (Jr.)

6b. Jacary Atkinson, Tuskegee

Running Backs

1. Chris “Beanie” Wells, OSU (Jr.)

2. Knowshon Moreno, Georgia (Jr.)

3. Donald Brown, UConn

4. LeSean McCoy, PITT (Jr)

5a. Shonn Greene, Iowa (Jr.)

5b. Ian Johnson, Boise State

Wide Receivers

1. Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech (Soph- RS)

2. Jeremy Maclin, Missouri (Soph – RS)

3. Darrius Heyward-Bey, Maryland (Jr)

4. Hakeem Nicks, NC State (Jr.)

5. Percy Harvin, Florida (Jr.)

6a. Kenny Britt, Rutgers (Jr.)

6b. Brian Robiskie, OSU

Tight Ends

1. Brandon Pettigrew, Oklahoma State

2. Darius Hill, Ball State

3. Cornelius Ingram, Florida

4. James Casey, Rice (Soph – RS)

5a. Travis Beckum, Wisconsin

5b. Andrew Davie, Arkansas (Jr.)

Offensive Tackles

1. Jason Smith, Baylor

2. Eugene Monroe, Virginia

3. Andre Smith, Alabama (Jr.)

4. Michael Oher, Ole Miss

5a. Eben Britton, Arizona  (Jr.)

5b. William Beatty, UConn

Offensive Guards

1. Duke Robinson, Oklahoma

2. Herman Johnson, LSU

3. Anthony Parker, Tennessee

4. Kraig Urbik, Wisconsin

5a. Cornelius Lewis, Tennessee State

5b. Greg Isdaner, West Virginia (Jr.)

Centers

1. Alex Mack, California

2. Max Unger, Oregon

3. Eric Wood, Louisville

4. Antoine Caldwell, Alabama

5a. A.Q. Shipley, Penn St

5b. Cecil Newton, Tennessee State

Defensive Ends

1. Brian Orakpo, Texas

2. Everette Brown, Florida State

3. Tyson Jackson, LSU

4. Robert Ayers, Tennessee

5a. Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech

5b. Chris Baker, Hampton

6. Connor Barwin, Cincinnati 

Defensive Tackles

1. B.J. Raji, Boston College

2. Peria Jerry, Mississippi

3. Vance Walker, Georgia Tech

4. Sammie Lee Hill, Stillman

5. Terrance Taylor, Michigan

6a. Evander Hood, Missouri

6b. Fili Moala, USC

Inside Linebackers

1. Rey Maualuga, USC

2. James Laurinaitis, Ohio State

3. Darry Beckwith, LSU

4. Jason Phillips, TCU

5a. Gerald McRath, Southern Miss

5b. Dannell Ellerbe, Georgia

Outside Linebackers

1. Aaron Curry, Wake Forest

2. Aaron Maybin, Penn St (Soph – RS)

3. Brian Cushing, USC

4. Larry English, Northern Illinois

5a. Clay Matthews, USC

5b. Marcus Freeman, Ohio State

6a. Clint Sintim, Virginia

6b. Tyrone McKenzie, South Florida

Free Safeties

1. William Moore, Missouri

2. Rashad Johnson, Alabama

3. Louis Delmas, Western Michigan

4. Courtney Greene, Rutgers

5a. Derek Pegues, Mississippi State 

5b. David Bruton, Notre Dame

Strong Safeties

1. Patrick Chung, Oregon

2. Michael Hamlin, Clemson

3. Nic Harris, Oklahoma (WLB)

4. Emanuel Cook, South Carolina (Jr)

5a. Kevin Ellison, Southern Cal

5b. Curtis Taylor, LSU

Cornerbacks

1. Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State

2. Vontae Davis, Illinois (Jr.)

3. Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest

4. D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt (Jr)

5. Mike Mickens, Cincinnati

6a. Victor “Macho” Harris, Virginia Tech

6b. Domonique Johnson, Jackson State

Kickers

1. Graham Gano, Florida St.

2. Jose Martinez, UTEP

3. Louie Sakoda, Utah

4. Kevin Kelley, Penn State

5. Ryan Succop, South Carolina

Punters

1. Chris Miller, Ball St.

2. Kevin Huber, Cincinnati

3. Thomas Morstead, SMU

4. Aaron Perez UCLA

5. Britton Colquitt Tennessee

 

Lloyd Vance is a Sr. NFL Writer for Taking It to the House and an award-winning member of the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA)

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