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2009 NFL Draft - Ranking The Offensive Guards
Oklahoma G Duke Robinson
Oklahoma G Duke Robinson
CollegeFootballNews.com
Posted Apr 28, 2008


CFN ranks the top 25 prospects for the 2009 NFL Draft. Who are the players to watch out for this season?

2009 NFL Draft Position Rankings

The Offensive Guards

Rankings of the 2009 Top Prospects
- Possible 1st Rounders
- Possible 2nd Rounders

- Possible 3rd Rounders
- Possible 4th Rounders
- Possible 5th Rounders

- Possible 6th Rounders
- Possible 7th Rounders & Free Agents
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Quarterbacks
- Running Backs
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Wide Receivers
- Tight Ends
- Offensive Tackles 
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Centers
- Defensive Ends
- Defensive Tackles 
- Outside LBs
- Inside LBs
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Free Safeties
- Strong Safeties
- Cornerbacks
- Punters & Kickers 

Going into the 2008 season, here are the top prospects to watch out for. For now, only FBS/D-I players who'll be eligible for the 2009 NFL Draft are listed. The player analysis will come later this summer. Remember, this isn't a ranking of the best college players. Yes, there sometimes is a difference between being a good pro prospect and a productive college football star.

1. George “Duke” Robinson, Oklahoma
2. Herman Johnson, LSU
3. Sergio Render, Virginia Tech (Junior)
4. Jeremy Perry, Oregon State
5. Kraig Urbik, Wisconsin
6. Dan Doering, Iowa (Junior)
7. Steve Rehring, Ohio State
8. Greg Isdaner, West Virginia (Junior)
9. Cedric Dockery, Texas
10. Anthony Parker, Tennessee
11. Michael Shumard, Texas A&M (Junior)
12. Mitch Petrus, Arkansas
13. Ramon Foster, Tennessee
14. Joe Thomas, Pitt (Junior)
15. Jim Tartt, Florida
16. John Estes, Hawaii (Junior)
17. Trevor Canfield, Cincinnati
18. Paul Fanaika, Arizona State
19. Tim McAvoy, Michigan (Junior)
20. Jacques McClendon, Tennessee (Junior)
21. Alex Fletcher, Stanford
22. Brandon Walker, Oklahoma
23. Ray Feinga, BYU
24. Ryan Schmidt, South Florida
25. John Jerry, Ole Miss (Junior)