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Old 02-08-2011, 11:31 AM   #1
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2011 NFL Draft Consensus Big Board

Here is some information that I found interesting. It was compiled by Walter Cherepinsky on his site Walterfootball.com.

With Andrew Luck out of the draft, there is no consensus #1 pick at this time. There is also no consensus Top 5.

I tend to doubt that there will be a "no brainer" pick for us at #10. Perhaps trading down, if possible, and spreading the risk of making a mistake over more picks would make sense for the Skins because we'll have a lot of holes to fill, even after signing some Free Agents.

Walter Cherepinsky:

"I thought it would be interesting to combine some of the prominent 2011 NFL Draft Big Boards to form one consensus big board.

Below are the average big board positions of the top prospects in the 2011 NFL Draft. I looked at four different big boards: Mel Kiper (ESPN), Todd McShay (ESPN), Rob Rang (CBS) and Scott Wright's (DraftCountdown.com). I also wanted to include Chris Steuber's big board data, but I couldn't find it."

Updated Feb. 5

1. Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU: 2.5
High: 1 (Rang); Low: 4 (Kiper)

2. Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn: 2.5
High: 1 (Kiper); Low: 5 (Wright)

3. A.J. Green, WR, Georgia: 3.0
High: 1 (Wright); Low: 4 (Multi)

4. Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson: 3.25
High: 1 (McShay); Low: 7 (Wright)

5. Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama: 5.5
High: 4 (Wright); Low: 8 (McShay)

6. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina: 6.25
High: 3 (Wright); Low: 9 (McShay)

7. Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska: 6.5
High: 6 (Multi); Low: 8 (Rang)

8. Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M: 7.75
High: 7 (Multi); Low: 9 (Wright)

9. Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri: 8.5
High: 5 (McShay); Low: 10 (Multi)

10. Julio Jones, WR, Alabama: 10.75
High: 8 (Wright); Low: 14 (McShay)

11. Nate Solder, OT, Colorado: 13.25
High: 10 (Kiper); Low: 18 (Wright)

12. Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri: 14.5
High: 11 (Multi); Low: 21 (McShay)

13. Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa: 16.25
High: 13 (Wright); Low: 20 (Kiper)

14. Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA: 17
High: 11 (Kiper); Low: 26 (Rang)

15. Cameron Jordan, DE, California: 17.25
High: 13 (Rang); Low: 22 (McShay)

16. Cam Newton, QB, Auburn: 17.5
High: 13 (Kiper); Low: 28 (McShay)

17. Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue: 17.75
High: 16 (Kiper); Low: 20 (Rang)

18. Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama: 18.5
High: 16 (Rang); Low: 21 (Wright)

19. Tyron Smith, OT, USC: 19.25
High: 13 (McShay); Low: 26 (Wright)

20. Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College: 19.5
High: 12 (Rang); Low: 25 (McShay)

21. J.J. Watt, DE, Wisconsin: 23
High: 21 (Kiper); Low: 27 (McShay)

22. Jake Locker, QB, Washington: 23.25
High: 12 (Wright); Low: Unranked (Kiper)

23. Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois: 24
High: 10 (McShay); Low: Unranked (Kiper)

24. Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin: 24.25
High: 17 (McShay); Low: Unranked (Wright)

25. Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado: 27.5
High: 12 (McShay); Low: Unranked (Multi)

26. Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State: 27.75
High: 21 (Rang); Low: Unranked (Multi)

27. Brandon Harris, CB, Miami: 28.25
High: 23 (Wright); Low: Unranked (Multi)

28. Muhammad Wilkerson, DT, Temple: 28.25
High: 23 (Kiper); Low: Unranked (Multi)

29. Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State: 28.5
High: 25 (Wright); Low: Unranked (Kiper)

30. Mikel LeShoure, RB, Illinois: 29.25
High: 18 (Rang); Low: Unranked (Multi)

31. Mike Pouncey, G, Florida: 29.5
High: 19 (McShay); Low: Unranked (Multi)

32. Justin Houston, DE/OLB, Georgia: 30
High: 26 (McShay); Low: Unranked (Multi)
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Old 02-08-2011, 12:08 PM   #2
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Re: 2011 NFL Draft Consensus Big Board

Just get the highest-ranked O-lineman.

11. Nate Solder, OT, Colorado: 13.25
High: 10 (Kiper); Low: 18 (Wright)
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Wow...Patrick Peterson has been shooting up the boards lately.

I'd take the guy who's at the #10 spot or Solder would work for me too.
I kinda rate our needs even at QB/OL/WR.
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Wow...Patrick Peterson has been shooting up the boards lately.

I'd take the guy who's at the #10 spot or Solder would work for me too.
I kinda rate our needs even at QB/OL/WR.
Blaine Gabbert is ranked higher than the other two you mentioned. Do you see Gabbert as a higher risk pick than Jones or Solder? I ask because there are some questions about Gabbert but there are also questions about each of the others, as well.

It seems to me that if you're going to take a risk at #10, then you should take the risk on a QB because, if he pans out, then the reward is higher at that position.

I admit that all of the QB's in this draft scare me a little as Top 10 picks. That's one of the reasons why I would consider trading down, if possible.
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With such a huge need at NT, I think the Redskins should target Phil Taylor, the DT from Baylor University. This kid is 6-4, 340 lbs and he seems fit for the 3-4 NT position. The question is where is he going to go? Late first round or early second round.
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Wow...Patrick Peterson has been shooting up the boards lately.

I'd take the guy who's at the #10 spot or Solder would work for me too.
I kinda rate our needs even at QB/OL/WR.
Patrick Peterson from what I've heard from some reports (online, radio) is a crazy athlete and more important a lock down type corner who can hit. Not a bad draft pick.

We really should be able to get a great player at #10 if that's what we do. This years draft is solid.
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Wow...Patrick Peterson has been shooting up the boards lately.

I'd take the guy who's at the #10 spot or Solder would work for me too.
I kinda rate our needs even at QB/OL/WR.
He's compared to Woodson and Bailey
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Patrick Peterson from what I've heard from some reports (online, radio) is a crazy athlete and more important a lock down type corner who can hit. Not a bad draft pick.

We really should be able to get a great player at #10 if that's what we do. This years draft is solid.
The Cowboys and Broncos want him badly.
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Blaine Gabbert is ranked higher than the other two you mentioned. Do you see Gabbert as a higher risk pick than Jones or Solder? I ask because there are some questions about Gabbert but there are also questions about each of the others, as well.

It seems to me that if you're going to take a risk at #10, then you should take the risk on a QB because, if he pans out, then the reward is higher at that position.

I admit that all of the QB's in this draft scare me a little as Top 10 picks. That's one of the reasons why I would consider trading down, if possible.
I suppose I'm just assuming Gabbert will be gone when we pick. But yea, acquiring a QB scares the hell outa me when we use a #1 one on him.
If he fails its more of a high profile fail and sets us back even further than any other position IMHO.
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With such a huge need at NT, I think the Redskins should target Phil Taylor, the DT from Baylor University. This kid is 6-4, 340 lbs and he seems fit for the 3-4 NT position. The question is where is he going to go? Late first round or early second round.
It's going to be interesting to see how teams feel about Taylor's character
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Am I missing something??? -- I don't see what all the media draft experts see in Blaine Gabbert.
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They might not be worth a top 10 pick, but I think Newton and Locker are better than Gabbert.
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Am I missing something??? -- I don't see what all the media draft experts see in Blaine Gabbert.
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The Cowboys and Broncos want him badly.
I'm pretty disgusted the Cowboys have a top 10 this year. They've got too much talent to be in the top 10. I'm still glad they choked their season away, of course.
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I'm pretty disgusted the Cowboys have a top 10 this year. They've got too much talent to be in the top 10. I'm still glad they choked their season away, of course.
Their talent isn't as good as many think.. They have a old ass OLine and honestly a very avg secondary. Jenkins had a horrific season.
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