Frenchys 64 man BIG BOARD!

As I'm stuck in a dorm room in Asia feeling rather unwell, I thought I'd busy my day by going draft nerd! Here is my 64 man big board for you all to tear apart and mock until your fingers bleed with outrage that Clowney is not number 1!!!

1. Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville

Possess my favourite two things in a QB, accuracy and smarts

2. Jadevon Clowney DE, South Carolina

Will be a dominant pass rusher in the NFL, as everyone knows by now

3. Johnny Manziel QB, Texas A&M

Exciting, makes plays, but, still wins with his arm

4. Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson

Electric playmaker, dangerous whenever he has the ball

5. Kahlil Mack OLB, Buffalo

Gets into the back fields with ease, you can see why he is rising on boards

6. Jake Mathews LT, Texas A&M

As good a Joeckel who went no.2 last year

7. Dee Ford DE, Auburn

Loved the way he played in the championship game & senior bowl

8. Marquise Lee WR, USC

Precise route runner, has been undervalued recently but deserves to be this high

9. Blake Bortles QB, UCF

Size, good arm and some interesting come back drives last year. Still clear no.3 QB to me

10. Greg Robinson LT, Auburn

Solid tackle, should be an instant starter

11. Kevin Benjamin WR, Florida St

Physically talented, can win jump balls and downfield balls, stats will improve in NFL, could be elite

12. Mike Evans. WR, Texas A&M

As good as Benjamin, dominated the SEC, just a bit slow

13. Timmy Jernigan DT, Florida St

Best DT in the draft, undersized, can pass rush

14. Darqueze Dennard CB, Michigan St

The best corner in the draft

15. Taylor Lewan LT, Michigan

Another plug and play LT in the class

16. C.J Mosley ILB, Alabama

Is a leader and will be able to captain an NFL defence, could be pro bowl standard

17. Jace Amaro TE, Texas Tech

Match up nightmare for defences, every team wants a player like Amaro now a days

18. Anthony Barr DE/OLB, UCLA

Very raw, that's why he's lower than many think he should be, could be elite though

19. Kony Ealy DE, Missouri

Was good with Sam across from him, will take time to develop into a good pass rusher

20. Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma St

High physical upside, could turn out to be the best corner in the draft, could go high

21. Calvin Pryor S, Louisville

Hard hitting safety from Louisville, the Cyprian of this draft

22. Trent Murphy DE/OLB, Sanford

Lead the NCAA in sacks, is thought to have a fair few admirers, including myself

23. Austin Steferian-Jenkins TE, Washington

Possibly my favourite TE in the class. really tall and physical, a nightmare to defend against

24. Andre Williams RB, Boston College

Really, best RB in the class, yeah! Why not, size and production in college, he's one I have a soft spot for

25. Carlos Hyde RB, Ohio St

More running backs, I know none will go in the 1st but that's not the point, talent wise they deserve to be here, Hyde could be best in class when all is said and done

26.Ryan Shazier OLB, Ohio St

Interesting line backer, can pass rush and is a tackle machine

27. Tre Mason RB, Auburn

Will be an every down back in the NFL

28. Derek Carr QB, Fresno St

Will go higher than this, to many negatives but can throw to all areas of the field, I see Ryan Tannehill as a good player to compare him to despite being more experienced

29. Eric Ebron TE, North Carolina

Another good TE in this class, may go later than he should because of other good TE's

30. Lamarcus Joyner S, Florida St

Good safety's are though to find in this draft but Joyner should go higher than a lot say he will

31. Jordan Mathews WR, Vanderbilt

Not sure why everyone doesn't have him as a first rounder. Would like the Jags to get him the the second if he lasts

32. Aaron Donald DT, Pittsburg

Good senior bowl will elevate him to the first round, undersized but can play

33. Travis Swanson C, Arkansas

Best center in the draft, I secretly hope the jags will nab him

34. Ka'Deem Carey RB, Arizona

More good running backs with good college production, even more reason teams will wait to draft them

35. Stephon Tuitt DE, Notre Dame

I've seen him ranked higher but top of the second is where he should be

36. David Yankey G, Stanford

Starting guard from day one

37. Jason Verrett CB, TCU

Talented CB. Could go first round

38. Cyrus Kouandjiho LT, Alabama

Maybe undervalued here but come draft day could be about right, the most doubt of the top rated tackles

39. Louis Nix DT, Norte Dame

I think his value is similar to Te'o. That being top of the second round, will be as safe a bet at a good starter as you can get at this stage. Not elite.

40. Ra'Shede Hangman DT/DE, Minnesota

Similar to Nix in his potential, I can see him as a starter but never elite

41. Gave Jackson G, Mississippi St

Plug and play guard, high floor

42. Zack Martin OT/G, Notre Dame

Martin could have a higher ceiling then other guards. But at the moment he is not a first rounder

43. Michael Sam DE/OLB, Missouri

So much lower than Ealy? He took over some games but NFL prospects are lower

44. HaHa Clinton-Dix S, Alabama

Many will disagree with this, but I have him lower than many others

45. Dion Bailey S, USC

One I like but have some doubts about, should be a decent starter

46. Odel Beckham WR, LSU

Would be a steal here in the draft, I think he will go first round, but struggled to place him in this list, the result, no.46

47. Jeremiah Attaochu DE/OLB, Georgia Tech

Could be another steal in the second, or could be a bust, even I'm not sure if I'm hot or cold on Attaochu yet

48. Shane Skov ILB, Sanford

May even be better than Mosely in 3-5 years

49. Brandon Cook WR, Oregon St

Could be a good number 2 recover for any team

50. Jarvis Landry WR, USC

Could surprise a few people and be better than Beckham. With the right fit, I think it's possible

51. Lache Seastrunk RB, Baylor

Could be a good 4-5 round running back to pick up, could eventually be an every down back

52. Weston Richburg C, Colorado St

Solid, could start from day one, maybe even be able to pick him up late in the draft

53. Scott Crichton DE, Oregon St

Interesting pass rusher, could be one to build up for a later breakout!

54. Xavier Su'a-Filo G, UCLA

Guards in the first two round should be instant starters. No change here with Su'a-Filo

55. Ty Zimmerman S, Kansas St

Maybe a little light for the NFL, but skill set is good

56. Antonio Richardson OT, Tennesse

Another of the 5 guys I believe will be very good starters at the tackle position in this draft

57. Kyle Van Noy OLB, BYU

Lots of love for him on BCC, I see an average to above average linebacker at best

58. Davante Adams WR, Fresno St

Carrs main target, may go where every he goes

59. Kyle Fuller CB, Virginia Tech

Decent corner, should project well in the NFL

60. AJ McCarron QB, Alabama

He wins, a lot. Probably a safe middle of the road NFL QB who could start, and win, with a good team

61. Cyril Richardson G/OT, Baylor

More big guards to protect the big name QB's

62. Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB, Nebraska

Little bit of CB love to finish here. Two guys who could be decent starters at the NFL level

63. Marcus Robinson, CB, Florida

See above.

64. Jimmy Garappolo QB, Eastern Illinois

Interesting QB with quick release but a lot to get better at. Someone may reach and go second round with him. Needs to sit for one to two years, Cardinals maybe?

well there it is, I look forward to seeing your comments and I ask you to be constructive not sarcastic with your criticism. The sarcasm on this site makes me cry! Have at it....

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