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2011 NFL Draft - Fullback Rankings
USC FB Stanley Havili
USC FB Stanley Havili
CollegeFootballNews.com
Posted Apr 11, 2011


From a college football perspective, here's the ranking of all the top fullback prospects.

2011 NFL Draft Position Rankings

Top Fullbacks


By Pete Fiutak

2011 NFL Prospect Rankings & Breakdowns
- QBs | RBs | FBs | WRs
- TEs | OTs | OGs | Cs 

2011 NFL Post-Combine Draft Rankings
- Top 32 Talents
- 2nd Rounders
- 3rd Rounders
- 4th Rounders
- 5th Rounders
- 6th Rounders
- 7th Rounders & Top Free Agents  

2011 NFL Combine Position Analysis
- QB | RB | WR | TE
- C | OT | OG | DE
- DT | ILB | OLB | S | CB
- 2012's Top Returning NFL Prospects - Offense

THE 2010 NFL DRAFT


2010 CFN Talent Rankings
- 1st Rounders
- 2nd Rounders
- 3rd Rounders
- 4th Rounders
- 5th Rounders
- 6th Rounders
- 7th Rounders 
- Top Free Agent Talents 

2010 CFN Position Rankings & Analysis

- QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs
- Cs | OTs | OGs | DEs
- DTs | ILBs | OLBs
- Ss | CBs

2010 NFL Combine Quick Looks & Post-Combine Rankings

- QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs
- Cs | OTs | OGs | DEs
- DTs | ILBs | OLBs
- Ss | CBs

2010 NFL Combine Results
- QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs
- Cs | OTs | OGs | DEs
- DTs | ILBs | OLBs
- Ss | CBs 

2010 NFL Combine
- Offensive Winners  
- Offensive Losers 
- Defensive Winners 
- Defensive Losers

- 2011 NFL Running Back Rankings

1. Anthony Sherman, Connecticut 5-10, 242
A great East-West Shrine week upped his stock after a strong season paving the way for Jordan Todman. A strong producer who doesn’t get pushed around, he’s a leader who’ll always battle and will always lead by example. He’s not an athlete and he won’t be a receiver, and he’ll be in for one thing and one thing only – run blocking – but he’ll be great at it.
CFN Projection: Fourth Round

2. Owen Marecic, Stanford 6-1, 248
Part fullback and part linebacker, he was a true, old-school football player for the Cardinal, but now he’ll only be a fullback. Tough as nails and a willing, blaster of a blocker, he’ll be a fan favorite with his try-hard ability. He’ll never carry the ball outside of the goal line and he’s not a great athlete, but he’ll go all day and he’ll never skimp on the effort. In time he should grow into a ser of a run blocker.
CFN Projection: Fifth Round

3. Stanley Havili, USC 6-0, 230
While he’s not going to beat anyone up, and he’s not a big, blasting blocker, he needs to be in the right system to be successful and needs an NFL weight room to get bigger. A top receiver, he’s a natural catching the ball and he’s a good runner when he gets his chances. Arguably the best athlete among the fullback prospects, he makes up for his lack of thumping ability by moving well.
CFN Projection: Fifth Round

4. Henry Hynoski, Pitt 6-2, 257
Very big and very tough, he’s a beat-‘em-up blocker who’ll be a great bodyguard for a smallish runner. With good hands, he could move to H-Back or tight end, and he’s versatile enough to move around where needed. With great character, he’ll work to be a good football player. He’ll never handle the ball and he’s not a goal line runner, and he’s not athletic enough to be a top-shelf H-Back. While he’ll be good at a lot of things, he won’t be great at anything but blocking for the ground game.
CFN Projection: Fifth Round

5. Shaun Chapas, Georgia 6-2, 247
A good athlete who can get out on the edge and make a big block, he could be a nice receiver with a little bit of time and will fill a variety of roles. A willing blocker who doesn’t make mistakes and is always going full tilt, but he’s not a blaster of a blocker and he’s not going to open up any huge holes. He’s a finesse fullback who won’t be for everyone.
CFN Projection: Fifth Round

- 2011 NFL Running Back Rankings