1 Mark Sanchez*, USC: Looked like an All-Pro in the Rose Bowl, I think he has the most potential of any QB in this class.
3 Josh Freeman*, Kansas St: Huge with a great arm, think Daunte Culpepper coming out of UCF.
4 Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston St: Athletic, has all the tools to be a starter, needs to put them together consistently.
5 Nate Davis*, Ball St: Very productive against lesser competition, had a rough end to the season.
6 Hunter Cantwell, Louisville: Great size and arm strength; not real mobile or productive.
7 Todd Boeckman, Ohio St: 1st Team All Big Ten as a Junior; got beat out by the #1 recruit in the nation as a senior.
8 Tom Brandstater, Fresno St: Has prototypical size/arm, doesn't always show it.
9 Cullen Harper, Clemson: Played like a 1st rounder as a Junior, like a UFA as a Senior.
10 Willie Tuitama, Arizona: Had a great career at Arizona, pretty big arm but is inconsistent with it.
Joe Ganz, Nebraska
1 Knowshon Moreno*, Georgia: Complete back, average size but great vision and quickness.
2 Shonn Greene*, Iowa: Great vision and feet for a big back, very productive. One year wonder?
3 Chris Wells*, Ohio St: Has had injury problems, but when healthy is the most talented back in this class. Does he have the drive to be great?
4 LeSean McCoy*, Pittsburgh: Dynamic playmaker but may not be a full time starter in the NFL.
5 Donald Brown*, Connecticut: Productive, gets the most out of his ability but doesn't have the same kind of potential that others above him do.
6 Andre Brown, N.C. State: Excellent Senior Bowl showing boosted him to the top of a weak senior RB class; good size/athleticism, not real productive in college.
Anthony Kimble, Stanford
1 Tony Fiammetta, Syracuse: Excellent old school, lead blocking FB.
2 Quinn Johnson, LSU: Huge, punishing runner but isn't very quick.
3 Brannan Southerland, Georgia: Hard nosed traditional FB.
4 Conredge Collins, Pittsburgh: Versatile; excellent receiver out of the back field but lacks size.
5 David Johnson, Arkansas St: Played TE in college; could be a high riser after the combine.
6 Eric Kettani, Navy (Service Commitments): It's a shame he can't attend the combine, is a very good player.
8 Travis McCall, Alabama: Looks like an H-Back type; good receiver with solid size.
9 Cedric Hill, USF: Played mostly TE at USF, very good athlete.
10 Bill Rentmeester, Wisconsin: Great special teams player, big and tough.
1 Brandon Pettigrew, Oklahoma St: Great blocking TE with good size and athleticism; complete player.
2 James Casey*, Rice: Extremely productive; good athlete, receiver, and runner, should be a very good H-Back.
3 Shawn Nelson, Southern Miss: Had a great week of practice at the Senior Bowl, athletic but needs to put on some weight.
4 Jared Cook*, South Carolina: He could jump to #2 after the combine, should run a very good 40. Good receiver but lacks blocking skills.
5 Travis Beckum, Wisconsin: Injured his whole senior season, a playmaker in the passing game when healthy.
6 Cornelius Ingram, Florida: Athletic, good receiver, injured for most of his senior year.
8 Kory Sperry, Colorado St: He looks the part, fluid in the open field and can hold his own as a blocker.
9 Bear Pascoe, Fresno St: Not very athletic but has soft hands and can block well.
John Phillips, Virginia
1 Michael Crabtree*, Texas Tech: He's no Larry Fitzgerald but is pretty similar. Won't run a great 40 but is big, physical and has very strong hands.
2 Jeremy Maclin*, Missouri: Awesome speed, makes plays on offense & special teams.
3 Darrius Heyward-Bey*, Maryland: Track speed and good size, could be a great deep threat.
4 Percy Harvin*, Florida: Playmaker, reminds me of Ted Ginn, not real polished as a WR but could contribute right away in the return game.
5 Hakeem Nicks*, North Carolina: Doesn't have great speed but plays physical and has very good size. Amazing hands, makes some acrobatic catches.
6 Juaquin Iglesias, Oklahoma: Very productive #1 WR in college, will probably be a solid #2 WR on the next level.
8 Brian Robiskie, Ohio St: He isn't a top athlete but is polished and NFL ready in terms of routes and hands.
9 Patrick Turner, USC: Never lived up to his potential in college; very quick routes for a big guy with soft hands. Top end speed is average at best.
10 Derrick Williams, Penn St: He'll get drafted higher than this but doesn't look like much more than a solid slot WR and kick returner to me.