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2011 NFL Draft Top Offensive Prospects
Arkansas QB Ryan Mallett
Arkansas QB Ryan Mallett
CollegeFootballNews.com
Posted Apr 26, 2010


These might not necessarily be the best players in the 2010 college football season, but they'll be the hottest prospects in the 2011 NFL Draft (if there is one).

2011 Top NFL Prospects

April 26 - The Offense

 
- The Top Returning NFL Prospects - Defense

Note: These are among those eligible for the 2011 NFL Draft.

The Top 32 Returning NFL Prospects (among those eligible for the 2011 Draft).

1. WR Julio Jones, Alabama (Jr.)
2. DE Bruce Carter, North Carolina
3. CB Patrick Peterson, LSU (Jr.)
4. DE Robert Quinn, North Carolina (Jr.)
5. QB Ryan Mallett, Arkansas (Jr.)
6. RB Evan Royster, Penn State
7. OT Matt Reynolds, BYU (Jr.)
8. WR A.J. Green, Georgia (Jr.)
9. OG Rodney Hudson, Florida State
10. RB Mark Ingram, Alabama (Jr.)
11. OLB Mark Herzlich, Boston College
12. TE Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame (Jr.)
13. OG Mike Pouncey, Florida
14. FS Deunta Williams, North Carolina
15. SS DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson
15. ILB Greg Jones, Michigan State
16. OLB Travis Lewis, Oklahoma (Jr.)
17. CB Kendrick Burney, North Carolina
18. SS Mark Barron, Alabama (Jr.)
19. QB Jake Locker, Washington
20. QB Andrew Luck, Stanford (3rd year Soph.)
21. DT Marvin Austin, North Carolina
22. OT Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin
23. RB  Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State (Jr.)
24. RB John Clay, Wisconsin (Jr.)
25. ILB Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina
26. TE Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin
27. RB DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma
28. OT Antony Castonzo, Boston College
29. FS Quinton Carter, Oklahoma
30. DE Da’Quan Bowers, Clemson (Jr.)
31. OG Justin Boren, Ohio State
32. CB Dominique Franks, Oklahoma
Quarterbacks
1. Ryan Mallett, Arkansas (Jr.)
2. Jake Locker, Washington
3. Andrew Luck, Stanford (3rd year Soph.)
4. Christian Ponder, Florida State
5. John Brantley, Florida (Jr.)
6. Blaine Gabbert, Missouri (Jr.)
7. Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M
8. Nick Foles, Arizona (Jr.)
9. Case Keenum, Houston
10. Kellen Moore, Boise State (Jr.)
11. Colin Kaepernick, Nevada
12. Andy Dalton, TCU  
13. Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State (Jr.)
14. Adam Weber, Minnesota
15. Nathan Enderle, Idaho

Running Backs
1. Evan Royster, Penn State
2. Mark Ingram, Alabama (Jr.)
3. Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State (Jr.)
4. John Clay, Wisconsin (Jr.)
5. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma
6. Daniel Thomas, Kansas State
7. Anthony Allen, Georgia Tech
8. Jamie Harper, Clemson
9. Jeffrey Demps, Florida (Jr.)
10. Montel Harris, Boston College (Jr.)
11. Victor Anderson, Louisville (Jr.)
12. Jermaine Thomas, Florida State
13. Jordan Todman, Connecticut (Jr.)
14. Harvey Unga, BYU
15. Donald Buckram, UTEP

Wide Receivers
1. Julio Jones, Alabama (Jr.)
2. A.J. Green, Georgia (Jr.)
3. Jonathan Baldwin, Pitt  (TE) (Jr.)
4. Terrance Toliver, LSU
5. Michael Floyd, Notre Dame (Jr.)
6. DeVier Posey, Ohio State (Jr.)
7. Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma (Jr.)
8. Austin Pettis, Boise State
9. Chris Owusu, Stanford (Jr.)
10. Vincent Brown, San Diego State
11. Greg Little, North Carolina
12. James Rodgers, Oregon State (Jr.)
13. Randall Cobb, Kentucky (Jr.)
14. James Cleveland, Houston
15. Greg Salas, Hawaii

Tight Ends
1. Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame (Jr.)
2. Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin
3. D.J. Williams, Arkansas
4. Weslye Saunders, South Carolina
5. Luke Stocker, Tennessee
6. Mike McNeill, Nebraska
7. Charlie Gantt, Michigan State
8. George Bryan, NC State (Jr.)
9. Kevin Koger, Michigan (Jr.)
10. Cameron Graham, Louisville
11. Konrad Reuland, Stanford
12. Kavario Middleton, Washington (Jr.)
13. Jeffrey Anderson, UAB
14. Andrew Jones, Missouri (Jr.)
15. Virgil Green, Nevada

Offensive Tackles
1. Matt Reynolds, BYU (Jr.)
2. Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin
3. Antony Castonzo, Boston College
4. Blake DeChristopher, Virginia Tech (Jr.)
5. Nate Solder, Colorado
6. Nate Potter, Boise State (Jr.)
7. Clint Boling, Georgia
8. Mike Adams, Ohio State (Jr.)
9. Marcus Cannon, TCU
10. Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin (Jr.)
11. Tyron Smith, USC (Jr.)
12. Lee Ziemba, Auburn
13. Carl Johnson, Florida
14. Jason Pinkston, Pitt
15. Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State

Offensive Guards
1. Rodney Hudson, Florida State
2. James Wilson, Florida (Jr.)
3. Mike Pouncey, Florida (C)
4. Justin Boren, Ohio State
5. John Moffitt, Wisconsin
6. Stephen Good, Oklahoma (Jr.)
7. Zach Hurd, Connecticut 
8. Orlando Franklin, Miami
9. Caleb Schlauderaff, Utah
10. Andrew Jackson, Fresno State
11. Stephen Schilling, Michigan
12. Cordy Glenn, Georgia (Jr.)
13. Alex Hoffman, Cincinnati (Jr.)
14. Ken Plue, Purdue (Jr.)
15. Chris Jacobson, Pitt (Jr.)

Centers
1. Stefan Wisniewski, Penn State
2. Kristofer O’Dowd, USC
3. Michael Brewster, Ohio State (Jr.)
4. Ben Jones, Georgia (Jr.)
5. Ryan McMahon, Florida State
6. Zane Taylor, Utah
7. Dan Wenger, Notre Dame
8. Colin Baxter, Arizona
9. Ben Bojicic, Bowling Green (Jr.)
10. Jake Kirkpatrick, TCU
11. Sean Bedford, Georgia Tech
12. T-Bob Hebert, LSU (Jr.)
13. Chase Beeler, Stanford
14. Brad Serini, FIU
15. Tim Barnes, Missouri

Defensive Ends
1. Robert Quinn, North Carolina (Jr.)
2. Da’Quan Bowers, Clemson (Jr.)
3. Greg Romeus, Pitt
4. Cameron Heyward, Ohio State
5. Adrian Clayborn, Iowa
6. Sam Acho, Texas
7. Cliff Matthews, South Carolina
8. Marcell Dareus, Alabama (Jr.)
9. Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma
10. Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue
11. Ricky Elmore, Arizona
12. Pernell McPhee, Mississippi State
13. Kentrell Lockett, Ole Miss
14. Ryan Winterswyk, Boise State
15. Jonathan Freeny, Rutgers