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UPDATE:  March 20, 2015
The Offensive and Defensive Draft Value Boards (Vertically Stacked) have been updated to reflect tweaks that have taken place
during the assessment process.  A total of 360 prospects have been vertically aligned to fit into their projected draft slot for
the upcoming draft (41 days away).  This list includes 180 players on each side of the ball.
So... because I never write about my "favorites" here at the site, here goes....  irregardless of where they are slotted, here is my favorite player
at each position (this is due in large part to their 'motor' or observed 'desire' to play the game of football:
QB - Bryce Petty, Baylor (Rd.3) - with time to grow, could turn out to be the most polished, strong-armed gunner.
RB - Duke Johnson, Miami (Rd.2) - runs so hard; will have a nice 10-year career and be continually consistent from day #1.
WR - Kevin White, WVU (Rd.1) - yes, he's my top WR, but I think this is one very special player that will only get better w/ NFL coaching.
TE - Nick Boyle, Deleware (Rd.5) - a favorite of mine and way, way under the radar; A++ blocking plus athleticism to become better pass-catcher.
OL - (Tie) Fisher, Oregon (Rd.1/2) & Hickey, Syracuse (Rd.3/4) - Fisher will transition as best LT taken in the class; Hickey = under-rated superstar.
DL - Danny Shelton, Washington (Rd.1) - Monster NT.  Will mean to his team what B.J. Raji/Haloti Ngata/Vince Wilfork have meant to their teams.
EDGE - Markus Golden, Missouri (Rd.2) - I have him rated higher than any pundit out there - simply, this is the rusher w/ the best motor/desire.
LB - Stephone Anthony, Clemson (Rd.1/2) - He projects as ILB, but there's some quick-twitch in this guy and he could move around - love his build.
CB - Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest (Rd.1) - The only draftable guy Wake has but he also has the most polished (skill-set) of any CB coming out!
SAF - James Sample, Louisville (Rd.3) - Far out-shines more celebrated teammate Holliman; strong, strong, strong backfield attacker/tackler/man!

UPDATE:  March 16, 2015
The Top 100 List has been refreshed with a few changes in the pecking order and the Mock
Draft Projection 1.0 is now posted!
UPDATE:  February 17, 2015
The Pre-Combine Top 100 List has been posted.  Unlike last year, this is not a star-studded crop of blue-chip
prospects. That doesn't mean there aren't valuable assets to fill team needs, but neither the top blue-chip prospects
or overall depth of this draft will take on any form of last year's amazing crop.  Good overall depth is apparent at the
area of edge rushers, cornerback, and at running back, while some positions such as quarterback and safety are
extremely thin.  It will be great fun to watch the entire process heat up and unfold over the coming weeks - let's
kick of the 2015 NFL Draft Season!

As a reminder:  The NFL DRAFT SCHEDULE:
    Round 1:  8:00 p.m. Thursday, April 30th
    Round 2/3:  6:30 p.m. Friday, May 1st
    Rounds 4-7:  Noon, Saturday, May 2nd
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