Players ranked on the basis of their college production but also on their pro potential; video review; interviews with general managers, coaches and scouts; the Senior Bowl and the scouting combine.
1. Ndamukong Suh
DT, Nebraska, 6-3, 307
Won't be taken first, but nobody played better last fall.
2. Sam Bradford
QB, Oklahoma, 6-4, 236
Likely No. 1 pick, some scouts have said he's the most accurate passer to enter the draft since Hall of Famer Troy Aikman.
3. Russell Okung
T, Oklahoma State, 6-5, 307
Strong and athletic with a huge reach. Best OL prospect.
4. Gerald McCoy
DT, Oklahoma, 6-4, 295
Quick, disruptive player who figures to excel in a one-gap defense.
5. Trent Williams
T, Oklahoma, 6-4, 315
Three Sooners in top five and Williams most likely to play first in NFL.
6. C.J. Spiller
RB, Clemson, 5-10, 196
High-character guy with blazing speed and knack for making big plays.
7. Eric Berry
S, Tennessee, 5-11, 211
Intelligent playmaker who has knack for interceptions and long returns.
8. Rolando McClain
LB, Alabama, 6-3, 254
Butkus Award winner is the only inside linebacker likely to be taken in the first round.
9. Bryan Bulaga
T, Iowa, 6-5, 314
Plays with a get-it-done edge and consistently dominated in college.
10. Bruce Campbell
T, Maryland, 6-6, 314
A gamble, as he started one year for Terps, but amazing athlete (4.78 in 40).
11. Dan Williams
DT, Tennessee, 6-2, 327
Able to pressure passer from inside with terrific quickness.
12. Joe Haden
CB, Florida, 5-10, 193
Was first true freshman to start at cornerback in Gators' history.
13. Jermaine Gresham
TE, Oklahoma, 6-5, 261
Risk factor, missed all of '09 season with torn ACL.
14. Earl Thomas
S, Texas, 5-10, 208
Instinctive player who had eight picks last year.
15. Jared Odrick
DT, Penn State, 6-5, 304
Could fit nicely as a DE in a 3-4 as well as at tackle or power end in a 4-3.
16. Derrick Morgan
DE, Georgia Tech, 6-3, 266
Despite double teams, had 12 1//2 sacks last year.
17. Maurkice Pouncey
C, Florida, 6-4, 304
Centers seldom get chosen in first round, but he's rare talent for position.
18. Sergio Kindle
DE//OLB, Texas, 6-2, 250
Star-studded career, can play both DE and OLB.
19. Jimmy Clausen
QB, Notre Dame, 6-2, 222
He's No. 2 QB on board for most teams due to work in pro style offense.
20. Brandon Graham
DE, Michigan, 6-1, 268
Reminds some of former Wolverine LaMarr Woodley.
21. Ryan Mathews
RB, Fresno State, 5-11, 218
4.4 speed, over 1,800 yards rushing in '09.
22. Demaryius Thomas
WR, Georgia Tech, 6-3, 224
Fractured left foot in off-season, has not worked out for teams.
23. Charles Brown
T, USC, 6-5, 303
Huge hands, long arms and moves well.
24. Kyle Wilson
CB, Boise State, 5-10, 194
Did well at Senior Bowl and combine; can return kicks too.
25. Jason Pierre-Paul
DE, South Florida, 6-4, 270
Classic risk/reward pick who never lived up to hype in college.
26. Mike Iupati
G, Idaho, 6-5, 331
Also worked out at tackle for scouts.
27. Dez Bryant
WR, Oklahoma State, 6-2, 225
Off-field issues but receiving skills are top shelf. Some team will bite.
28. Everson Griffen
DE, USC, 6-3, 273
Needs to learn better technique against the run.
29. Taylor Mays
S, USC, 6-3, 230
Astounding workout numbers; might be converted to LB.
30. Anthony Davis
T, Rutgers, 6-5, 323
His own coaches have said he's tough to motivate, needs more strength.
31. Devin McCourty
CB, Rutgers, 5-10, 193
Tremendous speed, can return kicks, and blocked three kicks in '09.
32. Patrick Robinson
CB, Florida State, 5-11, 190
Ready to jump right into NFL lineup.
33. Brian Price
DT, UCLA, 6-1, 303
A slasher who will fit well in a one-gap defense.
34. Colt McCoy
QB, Texas, 6-1, 216
Winningest quarterback in Division I history is a little undersized for some team's liking.
35. Sean Weatherspoon
LB, Missouri, 6-1, 239
Tremendous lower-body strength with good speed to the ball.
36. Jerry Hughes
DE/OLB, TCU, 6-1, 255
Ideal pass rusher for 3-4 teams.
37. Kareem Jackson
CB, Alabama, 5-10, 196
Can play zone and bump-and-run equally well.
38. Golden Tate
WR, Notre Dame, 5-10, 199
Plays the ball well in traffic; 4.3 speed.
39. Carlos Dunlap
DE, Florida, 6-5, 277
Needs to develop some inside moves in the pass rush.
40. Terrence Cody
DT, Alabama, 6-3, 354
Out of shape, likely to come out on third down.
41. Toby Gerhart
RB, Stanford, 6-0, 231
A power back with 4.5 speed; great near goal-line.
42. Rodger Saffold
T, Indiana, 6-4, 316
High-effort players on mediocre teams always catch the eye.
43. Daryl Washington
LB, TCU, 6-1, 230
Needs more weight on frame, but has 4.5 speed.
44. Jahvid Best
RB, Cal, 5-10, 199
Just turned 21, had 11 career carries of at least 60 yards.
45. LaMarr Houston
DT, Texas, 6-2, 305
Had 20 tackles for loss last season.
46. Navorro Bowman
LB, Penn State, 6-0, 242
A sturdy, no frills player who gets it done.
47. Tyson Alualu
DE, Cal, 6-2, 295
High-effort guy who made 24 1/2 tackles for loss last year.
48. Arrelious Benn
WR, Illinois, 6-1, 219
Strong player who can shine with better QB throwing to him.
49. Sean Lee
LB, Penn State, 6-2, 236
Tore right ACL in August of 2008, but rebounded with an 86-tackle season in 2009.
50. Linval Joseph
DT, East Carolina, 6-4, 328
Lost 70 pounds from freshman year; routinely handled double teams this past season.
51. Jon Asamoah
G, Illinois, 6-4, 305
Injured his shoulder at the Senior Bowl and had not worked out for teams. Tough, nasty, physical blocker.
52. Vladimir Ducasse
T, Massachusetts, 6-4, 332
Had tough week at the Senior Bowl, possibly lowering his stock.
53. Brandon Spikes
LB, Florida, 6-2, 249
His 5.06, 5.07 clockings in the 40 at his pro day moved him down, but proven SEC standout.
54. Nate Allen
S, South Florida, 6-0, 207
Former prep quarterback had four interceptions this past season.
55. Ron Gronkowski
TE, Arizona, 6-6, 264
Injury risk, missed 2009 season because of surgery to repair herniated disc.
56. Eric Decker
WR, Minnesota, 6-3, 217
Another productive player dealing with foot surgery. Also had concussion.
57. Thaddeus Gibson
OLB/DE, Ohio State, 6-2, 243
Projects as LB in pros; needs to have more awareness of what's going on behind him.
58. Morgan Burnett
S, Georgia Tech, 6-1, 209
Had 14 interceptions in three seasons.
59. Nawa'akoa Misi
DE, Utah, 6-2, 251
Played both tackle and end for Utes; forced six fumbles past two seasons.
60. Dorin Dickerson
TE, Pitt, 6-1, 226
Workout wonder who ran 4.40 at combine.
61. Donald Butler
LB, Washington, 6-1, 245
High-effort defender who had 15 1/2 tackles for loss last season.
62. Perrish Cox
CB, Oklahoma State, 5-11, 195
Terrific return guy who also led the nation in passes defensed in 2009.
63. Tim Tebow
QB, Florida, 6-2, 236
No question he's a winner, but can he read defenses and iron out his awkward throwing motion?
64. Cam Thomas
DT, North Carolina, 6-2, 330
Good Senior Bowl week where he displayed run stuffing ability.
65. Jason Worilds
OLB/DE, Virginia Tech, 6-1, 254
Needs to do better at shedding blockers.
66. Dexter McCluster
RB, Mississippi, 5-8, 172
Undersized, but can catch as well as run with the ball.
67. Torrell Troup
DT, Central Florida, 6-2, 314
Outstanding defender against run.
68. Dan LeFevour
QB, Central Mich., 6-3, 230
Excelled at spread offense, accounting for 150 touchdowns in career.
69. Jerome Murphy
CB, South Florida, 6-0, 207
Physical corner who can re-route receivers off the line of scrimmage.
70. Tony Pike
QB, Cincinnati, 6-5, 223
Can he make transition from spread to pro offense?
71. Marshawn Gilyard
WR, Cincinnati, 5-11, 187
Closed career with two 1,000-yard seasons.
72. Eric Norwood
LB, South Carolina, 6-0, 245
School's all-time sack leader (29).
73. Jared Veldheer
T, Hillsdale (Mich.), 6-8, 312
Dominated at lower division; did not miss snap in four years.
74. Pat Angerer
LB, Iowa, 6-0, 235
Tough tackler downgraded only because of height.
75. Brandon Ghee
CB, Wake Forest, 5-11, 192
Great workouts have him climbing on some boards.
76. Brandon LaFell
WR, LSU, 6-2, 211
Does not have top-shelf speed.
77. Damian Williams
WR, USC, 6-0, 197
Already polished player with ball in his hands.
78. Corey Wootton
DE, Northwestern, 6-6, 270
Knee surgery prior to senior year slowed him down.
79. Al Woods
DT, LSU, 6-3, 309
Huge potential, but started only one year in college.
80. Dominique Franks
CB, Oklahoma, 5-11, 194
Good size and excellent kick returner.
81. Montario Hardesty
RB, Tennessee, 5-11, 225
Has had multiple knee surgeries.
82. Dennis Pitta
TE, BYU, 6-4, 245
Had three 50-catch seasons at BYU.
83. Alex Carrington
DE, Arkansas State, 6-5, 285
Plays run well, showed a consistent bull rush.
84. Jimmy Graham
TE, Miami, 6-6, 260
Raw, played one season of college ball.
85. John Jerry
G, Mississippi, 6-5, 328
Quality drive blocker, needs to get in better shape.
86. Ben Tate
RB, Auburn, 5-11, 220
Enormous raw talent, but average college numbers.
87. Jordan Shipley
WR, Texas, 5-11, 193
Catches everything in sight; long injury history.
88. Anthony McCoy
TE, USC, 6-4, 259
Scored one TD in each of past three seasons.
89. Ricky Sapp
DE, Clemson, 6-3, 252
Mediocre senior season after tearing his ACL year earlier.
90. Jacoby Ford
WR, Clemson, 5-8, 186
Deep threat; NCAA track champ in 60 meters.
91. Jonathan Dwyer
RB, Georgia Tech, 5-11, 229
Often lined up at fullback in triple option attack.
92. Chris Cook
CB/S, Virginia, 6-2, 212
Big, physical, fast (4.43) but concerns about attitude.
93. Javier Arenas
CB, Alabama, 5-8, 197
A little undersized for some teams' liking.
94. Joe McKnight
RB, USC, 5-11, 198
Undersized back who catches ball well.
95. Chris Marinelli
T, Stanford, 6-6, 301
Three-year starter yet not invited to combine.
96. D'Anthony Smith
DT, Louisiana Tech, 6-2, 304
Has not played up to his workout numbers.
97. Aaron Hernandez
TE, Florida, 6-2, 245
Clutch player, plays best in biggest games.
98. Selvish Capers
T, West Virginia, 6-4, 308
Average at point of attack; good on the move.
99. J.D. Walton
C, Baylor, 6-2, 300
Fared pretty well against Nebraska's Suh.
100. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah
CB, Indiana (Pa.), 6-0, 207
Big corners always move up the board on draft day.