Final Big Board

The NFL Draft is less than 36 hours away and it's time to release my final Big Board. Please note- this isn't how I believe the players will be selected, but more how I rank the players, 1-50. Please enjoy.

1. Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU- He has size and speed and is a better prospect than Darrelle Revis was when he entered the draft. Peterson could be the only can't miss prospect in this draft. Where can he go? Picks 1-9

2. Von Miller, OLB, Texas A & M- Miller is the most sudden, explosive defensive player in the draft. He must go to a 3-4 team. Where can he go? Picks 2- 7

3. A.J. Green, WR, Georgia- Decent size, great hands, athleticism and speed. There's not much not to like about A.J. Green. Where can he go? Picks 1-8

4. Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama- Dareus has less upside than Fairley, but is a safer pick. No questions off the field. Where can he go? Picks 1-5

5. Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn- Guys that big aren't supposed to move like Fairley does. Questions about his character and work ethic could keep him from going number one overall. Where can he go? Picks 1-8

6. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina- Quinn missed the entire 2010 season due to suspension, but kept himself in excellent shape. Where can he go? Picks 4-14

7. Julio Jones, WR, Alabama- Big, fast and powerful with questionable hands. Needs to refine route running. Where can he go? Picks 4-14

8. Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska- Tall, physical corner who can run and jump. Ball skills and stiff hips separate Peterson from him. Where can he go? Picks 7-12

9. Cameron Jordan, DE, California- Jordan lit up the Senior Bowl and is a big, powerful end who can play in both schemes. Where can he go? Picks 7-17

10. Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri- Gabbert is the best of a very raw QB class. Good arm and feet, great athleticism. Where can he go? Picks 3-8

11. Tyron Smith, OT, USC- Smaller body of work than the other tackles, but the highest upside. Where can he go? Picks 9-22

12. DaQuan Bowers, DE, Clemson- Bowers is a big, athletic, explosive pass rusher that NFL teams have been drooling over for two years. Concerns about his knee will force him to slide. Where can he go? Picks 8-36

13. Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri- Explosive pass rusher who will be better in a 4-3 than a 3-4. Where can he go? Picks 11-20

14. Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College- The most pro-ready offensive tackle in this draft, but still some footwork issues. Where can he go? Picks 9-22

15.Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois- Quick, pass rushing type of defensive tackle which is becoming more popular in today's game. Where can he go? Picks 14-29

16. Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama- More quick than fast, shows great patience and should be a 1,000 yard rusher from his rookie year. Where can he go? Picks 15-32

17. Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado- Perhaps the second-most talented cornerback in the draft, off the field concerns will keep him from going in the Top 10. Where can he go? Picks 13-27

18. Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa- Tough senior season dropped him from being a Top-15 pick in last year's draft. Where can he go? Picks 16-31

19. Colin Kaepernick, QB Nevada- Biggest arm of any quarterback in the draft and he may be the most mobile. Not ready to play immediately but he may have the highest ceiling of any QB in this draft. Where can he go? Picks 15-41

20. Cam Newton, QB, Auburn- Biggest boom or bust pick in many years. Great measureables with greater character and intelligence concerns. Where can he go? Picks 1-12

21. Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin- Where can he go? Picks 19-29

22. Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State- Where can he go? Picks 22-40

23. Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue- Where can he go? Picks 16-39

24. Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois- Where can he go? Picks 25-41

25. Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA- Where can he go? Picks 17-41

26. Muhammed Wilkerson, DT, Temple- Where can he go? Picks 22-42

27. Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida- Where can he go? Picks 15-32

28. Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina- Where can he go? Picks 27-53

29. Nate Solder, OT, Colorado- Where can he go? Picks 19-41

30. Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State- Where can he go? Picks 16-38

31. Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State- Where can he go? Picks 19-34

32. Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh- Where can he go? Picks 26-49

33. Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor- Where can he go? Picks 30-53

34. Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State- Where can he go? Picks 12-39

35. Brandon Harris, CB, Miami- Where can he go? Picks 20-40

36. Jake Locker, QB, Washington- Where can he go? Picks 8-41

37. Justin Houston, OLB/DE, Georgia- Where can he go? Picks 28-51

38. Ben Ijalana, OT, Villanova- Where can he go? Picks 26-45

39. Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami- Where can he go? Picks 26-49

40. Aaron Williams, CB/S, Texas- Where can he go? Picks 27-49

41. Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland- Where can he go? Picks 26-53

42. Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame- Where can he go? Picks 34-46

43. Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas- Where can he go? Picks 8-49

44. Rodney Hudson, OG/OC, Florida State- Where can he go? Picks 30-52

45. Rahim Moore, S, UCLA- Where can he go? Picks 35-51

46. Drake Nevis, DT, LSU- Where can he go? Picks 36-53

47. Titus Young, WR, Boise State- Where can he go? Picks 37-62

48. Martez Wilson, LB, Illinois- Where can he go? Picks 25-51

49. DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma- Where can he go? Picks 35-60

50. Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee- Where can he go? Picks 34-59

Charlie Bernstein is the host of "The Sports Crunch" on the Aquarius 7 Broadcasting Network (national), and Editor-in-Chief of Sports Media Interactive, covering multiple teams in the National Football League, NCAA, and National Basketball Association. Charlie covers the Jacksonville Jaguars for FoxSports and has been featured on the NFL Network and Sirius NFL Radio. Charlie is also a member of the Pro Football Writers of America. You can follow Charlie on Twitter @nflcharlie

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