2011 NFL Draft Big Board: 1-25

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1. Marcell Dareus, DT Alabama- Best DT in the draft, shows a ton of versatility

2. Von Miller, OLB Texas A&M- Best pure pass rusher in the draft will absolutely be a force at the next level

3. De’Quan Bowers, DE Clemson- Outstanding 4-3 DE potential, plays both the run and pass extremely well

4. Prince Amukamara, CB Nebraska- Top cover corner in this draft, and best all-around DB

5. Patrick Peterson, CB LSU- Top playmaker at corner back, just edged out by Amukamara

6. Nick Fairley, DT Auburn- Top penetrating DT in this draft class, will cause headaches in opposing backfields

7. Aldon Smith, DE/OLB Missouri- Rising up draft boards fast, he has elite potential, and projects as a dominating pass rusher

8. Cameron Jordan, DE Cal- Can play either inside or outside, looks to be a disruptor at the next level.

9. A. J. Green, WR Georgia- Top playmaker and most refined receiver in this class

10. J.J. Watt, DE Wisconsin- Watt is the perfect 3-4 end, and should be an instant starter

11. Robert Quinn, DE/OLB North Carolina- Great pass rushing potential, has the ability to be elite at the next level

12. Jimmy Smith, CB Colorado- Has top 15 ability, but attitude and red flags will drop him to later

13. Corey Liuget, DT Illinois- Liuget is rising up draft boards, he gets great leverage and should be dominate at the next level

14. Tyron Smith, OT USC- Smith has the highest ceiling in this draft class, should be a starter at LT from day one

15. Jon Baldwin, WR Pitt- Baldwin has the best size and leaping ability in this draft, wasn’t used well at Pitt, but has a bright future

16. Julio Jones, WR Alabama- Not much separates Jones and Baldwin, Jones has better speed and athletic ability while Baldwin better WR skills

17. Blaine Gabbert, QB Missouri- Gabbert is the best QB in this class, with big upside and a shorter period until he reaches it

18. Adrian Clayborn, DE Iowa- I love Clayborn and could see him higher, not elite, but very, very good

19. Ryan Kerrigan, DE/OLB Purdue- Excellent pass rusher, shows potential to be effective in any system

20. Mark Ingram, RB Alabama- Top back in the draft, not a break-away guy, but should be a very good feature back

21. Anthony Castonzo, OT Boston College- Very good tackle prospect, might not be a star, but will be pretty close

22. Akeem Ayers, OLB UCLA- capable of playing OLB in either system, good against the run and the pass

23. Cam Newton, QB Auburn- immense potential, but needs a couple years before being a capable starter

24. Gabe Carimi, OT Wisconsin- Favorite tackle in the draft, dominating run blocker, better at RT, which lowers him a bit

25. Brandon Harris, CB Miami- Impressive corner, should start right away and quickly develop into a number 1 corner

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