Scott Wright's Top 32 Players for the 2005 NFL Draft
Player
Class
Pos.
School
1. Aaron Rodgers
JR
QB
California
One of the few players in this Draft with "Star" potential.
2. Cedric Benson
SR
RB
Texas
Could have been starting for a lot of pro teams in '04.
3. Alex Smith
JR
QB
Utah
May have more potential than anyone in this Draft.
4. Braylon Edwards
SR
WR
Michigan
Big, athletic wideout who can take over a game by himself.
5. Derrick Johnson
SR
LB
Texas
Athletic linebacker with speed who simply makes plays.
6. Mike Williams
JR
WR
USC
May go higher in the '05 Draft than he would have in '04.
7. Ronnie Brown
SR
RB
Auburn
Overshadowed by Cadillac, but has better physical tools.
8. Antrel Rolle
SR
CB
Miami (FL)
Physical corner with tremendous size and athleticism.
9. Cadillac Williams
SR
RB
Auburn
Dynamic runner who is always a threat to go the distance.
10. Pac-Man Jones
JR
CB
West Virginia
Active, physical cornerback as well as a return man.
11. Erasmus James
SR
DE
Wisconsin
Needs to stay healthy but could be an impact pass rusher.
12. Marcus Spears
SR
DE
L.S.U.
Great athlete could play DE or DT depending on scheme.
13. Carlos Rogers
SR
CB
Auburn
Thorpe Award winner with great physical tools.
14. Shawne Merriman
JR
OLB
Maryland
Raw athletic speciment who could play either OLB or DE.
15. Travis Johnson
SR
DT
Florida St.
Finally lived up to his vast potential as a senior in 2004.
16. Dan Cody
SR
DE
Oklahoma
Relentless pass rusher with speed and a non-stop motor.
17. Troy Williamson
JR
WR
South Carolina
Productive and may be the fastest wideout in the Draft.
18. Heath Miller
JR
TE
Virginia
Productive and a major weapon in the passing game.
19. Alex Barron
SR
OT
Florida St.
Could be a potential franchise left tackle in the pros.
20. Thomas Davis
JR
OLB
Georgia
A rare difference maker on the defensive side of the ball.
21. Jammal Brown
SR
OT
Oklahoma
May be the best all-around tackle in this Draft.
22. Brodney Pool
JR
S
Oklahoma
Super athletic safety with a great all-around game.
23. David Baas
SR
OG
Michigan
Nasty player who could play either guard or center.
24. David Pollack
SR
DE
Georgia
Extremely productive and has a non-stop motor.
25. Channing Crowder
SO
ILB
Florida
Durability and experience are the only concerns.
26. Shaun Cody
SR
DT
USC
Very productive and could project to either DT or DE.
27. Kevin Burnett
SR
OLB
Tennessee
Athleticism and physical tools are out of this world.
28. Justin Miller
JR
CB
Clemson
Dynamic playmaker in the secondary & also a return man.
29. Justin Tuck
JR
DE
Notre Dame
Super fast and athletic as well as a great pass rusher.
30. Mark Clayton
SR
WR
Oklahoma
Has everything you look for except ideal size.
31. Khalif Barnes
SR
OT
Washington
Is extremely athletic and his stock is soaring.
32. Roddy White
SR
WR
U.A.B.
Big play threat with great size, speed and athleticism

The following are my positional rankings for the 2005 NFL Draft. Please note that where I have players rated does not necessarily reflect where the players may go in the draft, but merely where I personally have them ranked.






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