NFL Draft 2010 Rankings By Position - Offense

April 20, 2010

Here are our top players at each offensive position for the 2010 NFL Draft:


1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma – The most physically gifted quarterback to come out in some time. When healthy, he put up ridiculous passing stats in college

2. Tony Pike, Cincinnati

3. Colt McCoy, Texas – A proven winner who completed 70% of his passes in college. Size issues exist for sure, but the resume is solid.

4. Tim Tebow, Florida – An intense competitor and one of the great college football players of the era. He can be a good NFL Quarterback, but questions remain whether he can “re-learn” the position this late.

5. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame – Has talent, but is generally overrated. Despite what “experts” say he does not belong in the 1st Round.

Running Back

1. Jahvid Best, Cal – When healthy, a unique talent who will produce highlights every week. Top home run threat in College Football since Reggie Bush – only Best played with much less surrounding talent.

2. Toby Gerhardt, Stanford – Over the past two seasons this physical runner with underrated quickness rushed for over 3,000 yards, including 19 games over 100 yards, and scored 42 touchdowns.

3. C.J. Spiller, Clemson – The hype is justified on special teams and he is also a great receiver. The rushing stats are solid but not spectacular – only 4 100-yard games over the last two seasons.

4. Ryan Mathews, Fresno State – Had a huge 2009 was both explosive and durable during games. However, many forget injuries have made him miss 6 games the last two seasons (more than Best.)

5. Jonathon Dwyer, Georgia Tech - Durable and productive runner whose less than stellar combine performance shouldn't be held against him.

Wide Receiver

1. Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State – A wildcard. Clearly displayed the most talent in his college career. Will “intangibles” limit his ability to succeed in the NFL? Possible, but not likely.

2. Eric Decker, Minnesota – Perhaps the biggest sleeper in the draft. Decker destroyed all Minnesota receiving records and if fully recovered from injury will be a top NFL wideout for many years.

3. Arrelious Benn, Illinois - An top talent who is better than his disappointing 2009 numbers indicate.

4. Golden Tate, Notre Dame – Had the talent and speed to help make Jimmy Clausen look good, but still is overrated by most.

Tight End

1. Rob Gronkowski, Arizona - An extremely talented junior who had 10 TDs last year and can do it all. Underrated by many who forget him because he plays in Arizona.

2. Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma - A top talent whose 66 receptions and 14 TDs helped ease a tough season for the Sooners.

Offensive Tackle

1. Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
2. Bruce Campbell, Maryland
3. Anthony Davis, Rutgers
4. Brian Bulaga, Iowa
5. Trent Williams, Oklahoma
6. Vladimir Ducasse, Massachusetts

Offensive Guard /Center

1. Mike Iupati, Idaho
2. Maurkice Pouncey, Florida

By Manish Pandya
Staff Editor for

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