Oklahoma guard Duke Robinson has a real chance to become a special player within the league. I really like this big wide body's movement, inline surge, balance points and his ability to finish people inline. Jeremy Perry of Oregon State, Anthony Parker of Tennessee along with Louisiana State's Herman Johnson are also sure fire early selections, although I am not 100 percent sure that Johnson might be a better fit at offensive tackle. Paul Fanaika of Arizona State is in my opinion a total stud! I liked the way he came off the football and consistently dominated at the point of attack. He's extremely physical, strong and I was particularly impressed with his contact balance. Montana's J.D. Quinn a former top prospect for Oklahoma Sooner, has performed exceptionally well over the last two seasons, but some poor off the field decisions may very well have a strong bearing in his overall draft standing next spring. Mitch Petrus and Steve Rehring are solid football players who are going to contribute to winning football games in the future. Cedric Dockery from the University of Texas is a big man who flashed at times in 2007, but overall I was disappointed in his play. I felt he spent far too much time on the ground and just doesn't finish with enough consistency.
|A||Robinson||George "Duke"||Oklahoma U|
|C||Quinn||J D||Montana U|
|C||Henderson||Tim||Northwestern St (LA)|
|C||DeGeare||Chris||Wake Forest U|