2012 Senior Bowl: Positional Rankings

Defensive Ends
1. Quenton Coples – North Carolina
2. Courtney Upshaw – Alabama – I like him better as an OLB and would be #1 in those rankings
3. Melvin Ingram – South Carolina – Like Upshaw I think he fits a hybrid position in the pros
4. Cam Johnson – Virginia
5. Vinny Curry – Marshall
6. Jack Crawford – Penn State

Defensive Tackles/Nose Tackles
1. Mike Martin – Michigan
2. Brandon Thompson – Clemson
3. Derek Wolfe – Cincinnati
4. Kendall Reyes – UConn
5. Jaye Howard – Florida
* very fluid based on game day performance

Outside Linebacker
1. Bobby Wagner – Utah State
2. Keenan Robinson – Texas
3. Zach Brown – North Carolina
4. Audie Cole – North Carolina State
5. Lavonte David/Sean Spence – both small and haven’t shined..both system only fits and smart football players
6. Jake Bequette – Arkansas – Have to watch more of him, but I like his football IQ and motor

Middle Linebackers
1. James-Michael Johnson – Nevada
2. Shea McClellin – Boise State
3. Demario Davis – Arkansas State
4. Nigel Bradham – Florida State

Cornerbacks
1. Janoris Jenkins – North Alabama – Head and Shoulders above everyone else
2. Brandon Boykin – Georgia
3. Leonard Johnson – Iowa State
4. Donnie Fletcher – Boston College
5. Casey Hayward – Vanderbilt
6. Jamell Fleming – Oklahoma
7. Asa Jackson – Cal Poly
8. Dwight Bentley – Louisiana-Lafayette
9.. Ryan Steed – Furman

Safeties
1. George Iloka – Boise State
2. Harrison Smith – Notre Dame
3. Markelle Martin – Oklahoma State
4. Trenton Robinson – Michigan State
5. Brandon Taylor – LSU
6. Antonio Allen – South Carolina
* very tough to evaluate safeties this week, due to lack of hitting, but no doubt Iloka help his stock the most

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One Response to “2012 Senior Bowl: Positional Rankings”

  1. Gerardo Ortiz says:

    All I want is the Patriots to draft Jared Crick out Nebraska. Please give me that dream






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