|1||Manuel White Jr.||UCLA||5Sr||Potential triple threat fullback that must improve his blocking. Offers a lot of physical and athletic skills for the next level.|
|2||Zach Tuiasosopo||Washington||5Sr||Terrific athlete and another solid triple-threat prospect. Has durability and character issues but offers good upside.|
|3||Kevin Dudley||Michigan||5Sr||Throw-back lead blocker in the traditional mode. Plays with a warrior mentality. Excellent blocker that opens big holes for the running game.|
|4||Talib Humphrey||Miami-Fl||5Sr||Underrated prospect with terrific physical skills and upside potential. Needs repetition and playing time but can play at the next level.|
|5||Justin Green||Montana||4Sr||Powerful short yardage runner effective carrying the ball. Improved his blocking as a senior and offers a variety of skills.|
|6||Will Matthews||Texas||5Sr||King sized fullback who looks like an offensive lineman in the backfield. Nasty blocker who takes opponents out, removing them from the play. Marginal offensive potential.|
|7||Darnell Jones||Mississippi State||5Sr||Explosive athlete who got his game back on track as a senior. Overlooked in scouting circles yet has the potential to be a triple threat player.|
|8||Paul Jefferson||Penn State||5Sr||King sized blocker who dominates the opposition. Limited skills handling the ball but a solid lead blocker at the next level.|
|9||Keith Joseph||Texas A&M||5Sr||Tough, short yardage runner who gives effort blocking. Quick in his head, immediately picks up assignments and does a solid job controlling defenders.|
|10||Noah Herron||Northwestern||5Sr||Collegiate ball carrier who projects to fullback at the next level. Offensive threat with the size to be a lead blocker.|
|11||Kyle Eckel||Navy||4Sr||Intense competitor who goes hard. Marginal size\speed numbers for the next level yet could have a coach fall in love with his attitude.|
|12||John Goldsberry||Purdue||5Sr||Former linebacker with the size and explosion to be a lead blocker.|
|13||Matthew Tant||Vanderbilt||4Jr||Nasty, explosive prospect. Marginal size and does not finish blocks.|
|14||Robert Douglas||Memphis||5Sr||Resilient fullback that's done a terrific job opening holes for Deangelo Williams. Possesses the body type for the next level and could be a bargain late in the draft.|
|15||Branden Joe||Ohio State||5Sr||Hard working lead blocker used as Ohio State's main ball carrier this year. Lacks the speed for running back and overall size to be a lead blocker.|
|16||Issa Banna||Northwestern St||5Sr|
2005 Fullback Rankings
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