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Brandon Thorn’s 2009 NFL Draft Position Rankings

Last updated: April 19, 2009

*Multiple positions

QB

1. Matthew Stafford- Georgia

2. Mark Sanchez – USC

3. Josh Freeman – Kansas State

4. Pat White – West Virginia

5. Stephen McGee – Texas A&M

6. Nate Davis – Ball State

7. Brian Hoyer – Michigan State

8. Rhett Bomar – Sam Houston State

9. Hunter Cantwell – Louisville

10. Graham Harrell – Texas Tech

RB

1. Chris “Beanie” Wells – Ohio State

2. Knowshon Moreno – Georgia

3. Donald Brown – Connecticut

4. LeSean McCoy – Pittsburgh

5. Shonn Greene – Iowa

6. Javon Ringer – Michigan State

7. Mike Goodson – Texas A&M

8. Andre Brown – NC State

9. Cedric Peerman – Virginia

10. Rashad Jennings – Liberty

11. Andrew Johnson – Akron

FB

1. Tony Fiammetta – Syracuse

2. Eric Kettani – Navy

3. Conredge Collins – Pittsburgh

4. Brannan Southerland- Georgia

5. Quinn Johnson – LSU

6. Will Ta’ ufo’ ou – California

WR

1. Michael Crabtree- Texas Tech

2. *Jeremy Maclin- Missouri

3.* Percy Harvin- Florida

4. Darrius Heyward-Bey- Maryland

5. Hakeem Nicks – North Carolina

6. Kenny Britt – Rutgers

7. Brian Robiskie – Ohio State

8. Ramses Barden – Cal Poly

9. Mohamed Massaquoi – Georgia

10. Louis Murphy – Florida

TE

1. Brandon Pettigrew- Oklahoma State

2. Shawn Nelson – Southern Miss

3. Jared Cook – South Carolina

4. James Casey – Rice

5. Chase Coffman – Missouri

6. Travis Beckum – Wisconsin

7. Cornelius Ingram – Florida

8. John Phillips – Virginia Tech

9. Marquez Branson – Central Arkansas

10. Anthony Hill – N.C. State

OT

1. Jason Smith – Baylor

2. Eugene Monroe – Virginia

3. *Andre Smith – Alabama

4. Michael Oher – Ole Miss

5. William Beatty – Connecticut

6. Eben Britton – Arizona

7. Jason Meredith – South Carolina

8. Phil Loadholt – Oklahoma

9. Fenuki Tupou – Oregon

10. Augustus Parrish – Kent State

OG

1. *Andre Smith – Alabama

2.* Max Unger – Oregon

3. Kraig Urbik – Wisconsin

4. Andy Levitre- Oregon State

5. Duke Robinson – Oklahoma

6. Herman Johnson – LSU

7. Trevor Canfield – Cincinnati

8. Greg Isdaner – West Virginia

9. Louis Vasquez – Texas Tech

10. Tyronne Green – Auburn

C

1. Alex Mack – California

2. *Max Unger – Oregon

3. Eric Wood – Louisville

4. Antoine Caldwell – Alabama

5. A.Q. Shipley – Penn State

6. Jonathan Luigs – Arkansas

7. Edwin Williams – Maryland

8. Jon Cooper – Oklahoma

9. Jake Griffin – USF

10. Brett Helms – LSU

DE

1. *Brian Orakpo – Texas

2. Aaron Maybin – Penn State

3. *Everette Brown – Florida State

4. (3-4 end) Tyson Jackson – LSU

5. *Larry English – Northern Illinois

6. * Robert Ayers – Tennessee

7. Michael Johnson – Georgia Tech

8. Paul Krugar- Utah

9. Kyle Moore – USC

10. Matt Shaughnessy – Wisconsin

DT

1. B.J. Raji- Boston College

2. Peria Jerry- Ole Miss

3. Evander “Ziggy” Hood- Missouri

4. Ron Brace – Boston College

5. Fili Moala – USC

6.  Sen’Derrick Marks – Auburn

7. Jarron Gilbert – San Jose State

8. Alex McGee – Purdue

9. Mitch King – Iowa

10. Roy Miller – Texas

OLB(4-3)

1. Aaron Curry- Wake Forest

2. Brian Cushing- USC

3. *Clay Matthews – USC

4. *Clint Sintim – Virginia

5. Marcus Freeman – Ohio State

6. Zack Follett – California

7. Tyrone McKenzie – USF

8. Nic Harris – Oklahoma

9. Mortty Ivy – West Virginia

10. Jonathan Casillas – Wisconsin

OLB(3-4)

1. *Brian Orakpo – Texas

2. Aaron Maybin – Penn State

3. *Everette Brown – FSU

4. *Larry English – Northern Illinois

5.* Michael Johnson – Georgia Tech

6. *Clay Matthews – USC

7. Connor Barwin – Cincinnati

8.*Clint Sintim – Virginia

9. Lawrence Sidbury Jr. – Richmond

10. Anthony Fedler – California

MLB

1. Rey Maualuga- USC

2. James Laurinaitis- Ohio State

3. Jason Phillips – TCU

4. Scott McKillop – Pittsburgh

5. Daryl Beckwith- LSU

6. Dannell Ellerbe – Georgia

7. Gerald McRath – Southern Miss

8. Worrell Williams – California

9. Jasper Brinkley – South Carolina

10. Frantz Joseph – Florida Atlantic

CB

1. Malcolm Jenkins- Ohio State

2. Vontae Davis- Illinois

3. Alphonso Smith- Wake Forest

4. *Darius Butler- Connecticut

5. *D.J. Moore – Vanderbilt

6. Victor “Macho” Harris – Virginia Tech

7. Coye Francies – San Jose State

8. Sean Smith – Utah

9. Asher Allen – Georgia

10. Kevin Barnes – Maryland

11. Mike Parson – Ohio

S

1. Rashad Johnson- Alabama

2. Louis Delmas – Western Michigan

3. William Moore – Missouri

4. Patrick Chung – Oregon

5. David Bruton – Notre Dame

6. Chip Vaughn – Wake Forest

7. *Sean Smith – Utah

8. Michael Hamlin – Clemson

9. Curtis Taylor – LSU

10. Emmanuel Cook – South Carolina

11. Chris Clemons – Clemson

K

1. Louie Sakoda – Utah

2. Pat McAfee – West Virginia

3. Ryan Succop – South Carolina

4. Jose Martinez – UTEP

5. Sam Swank – Wake Forest

P

1. Kevin Huber – Cincinnati

2. T.J. Conley – Idaho

3. Aaron Perez – UCLA

4. Chris Miller – Ball State

5. Brent Bowden – Virginia Tech

KR/PR

1. *Jeremy Maclin – Missouri

2. *Percy Harvin – Florida

3. *Derrick Williams – Penn State

4. *Darius Butler – Connecticut

5. Mike Thomas – Arizona

6. Devin Moore – Wyoming

7. Marcus Thigpen – Indiana

8. *D.J. Moore – Vanderbilt

9. Mark Parson – Ohio

10. Bruce Johnson – Miami

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