BuckeyeBrown Posted October 17, 2010 Report Share Posted October 17, 2010 Figured this was as good a time as any, this was last updated oct. 1, 2010 by walterfootball.com. a *denotes juniors or redshirt sophmores 1. A.J. Green*, WR, Georgia Height: 6-4. Weight: 190. Projected 40 Time: 4.48. Projected Round (2011): Top 10 Pick. 10/1/10: Green has served his four-game suspension by the NCAA, and he makes his debut this week against Colorado. Stay tuned... 3/31/10: Despite the downgrade at quarterback, A.J. Green did not suffer a dropoff in production. He caught 53 balls for 808 yards and six touchdowns in 10 games. With Julio Jones' drop problems, Green is the No. 1 wideout in the 2011 class for now. 8/7/09: Like Julio Jones, A.J. Green humiliated SEC corners as a true freshman, collecting 56 catches for 963 yards and eight scores. There might be a dropoff with Matt Stafford gone, but there's no denying Green's talent. 2. Jonathan Baldwin*, WR, Pittsburgh Height: 6-5. Weight: 225. Projected 40 Time: 4.50. Projected Round (2011): Top 20 Pick. 10/1/10: Pittsburgh elected not to throw at cornerback Brandon Harris as everyone else has done this season in Baldwin's matchup against the first-rounder for Miami. Baldwin has been very consistent this season catching the football and looks like a huge possession receiver at the next level. 3/31/10: Believe it or not, but there are other receivers in this 2011 NFL Draft class besides Julio Jones, Michael Floyd and A.J. Green. Jonathan Baldwin, at 6-5, 225, caught 57 balls for 1,111 yards and eight touchdowns as a sophomore in 2009. 3. Michael Floyd*, WR, Notre Dame Height: 6-3. Weight: 220. Projected 40 Time: 4.49. Projected Round (2011): Top 20 Pick. 10/1/10: Floyd has been very consistent thus far this season catching at least five balls in each of his first four games for a 14.1 yard per catch average. He has shows excellent athleticism and has a knack for timing jump balls and keeping his feet in bounds. Floyd is a first-round pick. 5/17/10: Dropped him to No. 4 in my 2011 NFL Draft wide receiver rankings. I figure he needs to prove he can stay healthy for a whole season to be drafted in the top half of the first round. 3/31/10: Michael Floyd played in just seven games in 2009 - the people who say Jimmy Clausen had elite talent tend to ignore this - yet he still grabbed 44 receptions for 795 yards and nine touchdowns. 8/7/09: Michael Floyd contributed immediately, catching 48 passes for 719 yards and seven touchdowns. He played in only 10 games because of a knee sprain. 4. Julio Jones*, WR, Alabama Height: 6-4. Weight: 210. Projected 40 Time: 4.42. Projected Round (2011): 1-2. 10/1/10: We have seen too much inconsistency in Jones' game to say he is locked into the first round. He doesn't always come out very sharply out of his routes, drops catchable passes and tends to lose focus. 3/31/10: Caught only 43 passes for 596 yards and four touchdowns in 2009. Struggled with drops. 8/7/09: The top receiving prospect we've seen since Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones has a shot at being drafted first overall. Running pro routes, Jones dominated the SEC as a true freshman, garnering 58 receptions for 924 yards and four touchdowns. 5. Ryan Broyles*, WR/PR, Oklahoma Height: 5-11. Weight: 175. Projected 40 Time: 4.41. Projected Round (2011): 2. 10/1/10: Broyles is second in the nation in receiving yardage at the moment as he has been absolutely dominant for the Sooners catching 41 balls for 482 yards and four touchdowns. He is excellent in getting yards after the catch and really has a second gear in the open field. 3/31/10: Despite missing Sam Bradford almost the entire year, Ryan Broyles compiled 89 receptions, 1,120 yards and 15 touchdowns. He was also great on punt returns (15.9 average). 6. DeVier Posey*, WR, Ohio State Height: 6-3. Weight: 205. Projected 40 Time: 4.49. Projected Round (2011): 2-3. 10/1/10: Posey has solid size, speed, and seems to have improved his overall receiving skills from last season. He has upside and just might break out when given the chance in Big Ten conference play. 3/31/10: Has the production to match his impressive size and solid speed - caught 60 balls for 828 yards and eight touchdowns as a sophomore. 7. Austin Pettis, WR, Boise State Height: 6-3. Weight: 201. Projected 40 Time: 4.56. Projected Round (2011): 2-3. 10/1/10: Pettis made a name for himself against Virginia Tech going for six catches for 73 yards and two touchdowns. He has very consistent, soft hands and uses his big frame to his advantage. However, he lacks great athleticism and speed to be a huge vertical threat at the next level. 3/31/10: Had a big junior campaign for Boise State, catching 63 balls for 855 yards and 14 touchdowns. 8. Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami Height: 6-3. Weight: 215. Projected 40 Time: 4.57. Projected Round (2011): 3-4. 10/1/10: Hankerson's hands are a little inconsistent, but he has shown the ability to make the acrobatic catch as well. If he becomes more consistent he could sneak into the second round. Hankerson has 241 receiving yards and three touchdowns through his first three games this season. 3/31/10: Compiled 45 receptions, 801 yards and six touchdowns as a junior. 9. Dwayne Harris, WR/KR, East Carolina Height: 6-0. Weight: 205. Projected 40 Time: 4.50. Projected Round (2011): 3-4. 10/1/10: Harris is one of the more underrated receiving prospects in the country. He's a very polished, competitive player who doesn't go down easy once the ball is in his hands. Harris has notched 23 catches for 294 yards and four touchdowns this year for the ECU Pirates. 3/31/10: The 83 catches for 978 yards and seven touchdowns are nice. The three scores on kick returns are better. 10. Matt Szczur, WR/RB/KR, Villanova Height: 5-11. Weight: 195. Projected 40 Time: 4.47. Projected Round (2011): 3-4. 3/31/10: Villanova's all-purpose back, Matt Szczur had 654 rushing yards and 542 receiving yards in 2009. He also averaged 27.6 yards per kickoff return. 11. Ronald Johnson, WR/RS, USC Height: 6-1. Weight: 185. Projected 40 Time: 4.42. Projected Round (2011): 3-5. 10/1/10: Johnson is more athletic than Damian Williams showcasing very impressive speed and athleticism, but he needs to step up his production. Check out his punt returnfor a touchdown against Hawaii showing his suddenness and elite second burst to blow by Hawaii's coverage unit. 3/31/10: Played eight games because of a collarbone injury; caught 34 passes for 378 yards. 8/7/09: As a sophomore, Ronald Johnson caught just 33 passes, but turned that into 570 yards and eight touchdowns. Johnson also happens to be a very effective kick-returner. 12. Greg Little, WR, North Carolina Height: 6-3. Weight: 212. Projected 40 Time: 4.55. Projected Round (2011): 3-5. 10/1/10: Senior WR Greg Little is out indefinitely with an NCAA eligibility issue. He has a lot of upside and is physically a better prospect than Brandon Tate. 3/31/10: Greg Little managed 62 receptions, 724 yards and five touchdowns as a junior in 2009. 13. Titus Young, WR, Boise State Height: 5-11. Weight: 170. Projected 40 Time: 4.41. Projected Round (2011): 3-5. 10/1/10: Young is a smaller receiver, but he has nice speed and is a very sharp route runner. Young has 15 catches for 310 yards and two touchdowns on the year including a five-catch, 136-yard performance against Oregon State. 3/31/10: Needs to bulk up his rail-thin frame. Caught 79 passes for 1,041 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior. b14. Jerrel Jernigan, WR/KR, Troy Height: 5-9. Weight: 184. Projected 40 Time: 4.39. Projected Round (2011): 3-5. 10/1/10: Jernigan is an athletic player in the open field. He has 31 catches for 384 yards and two touchdowns on the year, but 209 of his receiving yards came against Arkansas State. 3/31/10: Had a big year for Troy, catching 71 balls for 1,101 yards and four touchdowns. Also averaged 23 yards on kickoff returns. 15. Terrance Toliver, WR, LSU Height: 6-5. Weight: 206. Projected 40 Time: 4.50. Projected Round (2011): 4-6. 3/31/10: Terrance Toliver really improved as a junior, catching 53 passes for 735 yards and three scores. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- personally i want A.J Green. I would be okay with baldwin but it looks as though he may go lower than where we will most likely be picking Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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