2010 NFL Draft: Updated Big Board & Rankings

Jimmy Clausen (Notre Dame Athletics)

Scout.com's NFL Draft Analyst Chris Steuber updates his Big Board and Scout.com's 2010 NFL Draft Rankings. Find out where Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen (pictured left) ranks, as well as the other top prospects in this year's draft.


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Senior
DT
6-4
307
There's no question that Suh is the top prospect in the draft and will likely be a top-two overall pick. Suh's offseason workouts just solidified his dominance.
Junior
FS
6-0
211
Suh is the top prospect in the draft, but in my opinion, Berry is the best defensive prospect to enter the NFL in the last 10 years. His leadership and playmaking ability are off the charts.
Junior
QB
6-4
236
Bradford has Peyton Manning like ability and if he's able to regain the accuracy and arm strength he displayed during his sophomore year at his Pro Day, the Rams will take him.
Junior
DT
6-4
295
McCoy has great skill and helps others on the defensive line. But as good as he is, he doesn't take over a game like Suh. McCoy is a solid prospect who may end up being a top 3 pick.
Junior
QB
6-3
222
There are concerns about Clausen's personality and leadership qualities. But on the field he's a gamer, and a player that's developed nicely during his three-year career at Notre Dame.
Senior
OT
6-5
307
Okung is the safest selection of all the offensive tackles in this year's class. He's durable and brings tremendous experience to the next level. He will make an immediate difference.
Senior
OT
6-5
315
Williams' versatility is one of his greatest assets, and the fact that he ran a 4.88 in the 40 at the Combine has dramatically improved his draft stock. He should be a top 10 pick.
Senior
RB
5-11
196
Spiller is the most dynamic running back in this year's crop, and the 4.37 he ran in the 40 at the Combine should be enough to make him a top 10 - 15 selection in the draft.
Junior
DE
6-3
266
Morgan is starting to feel the heat from Pierre-Paul as the No. 1 defensive end in the draft. But Morgan had a solid performance in Indy and is the most complete DE in the draft.
Junior
CB
5-11
193
Haden struggled at the Combine in the 40, but got back on track at his Pro Day. Haden has lock down potential and may be the best CB prospect since Darrelle Revis.
Junior
OT
6-5
314
With his thyroid condition behind him, Bulaga may end up being the best OT in this class. He has great size, strength and has improved his technique. He could go in the top 10.
Junior
DE
6-5
270
Pierre-Paul is a great athlete and a player that team's are intrigued with. But playing just one-year at USF and being as raw as he is; he's the ultimate boom or bust prospect.
Junior
MLB
6-3
254
It's rare to see a linebacker with McClain's attributes and instincts. He's a rangy defender who can cover a large area and had a standout 2009 season. He has top 10 talent.
Junior
WR
6-2
225
Just like a lot of the top prospects in the draft, Bryant decided not to workout at the Combine, due to injury. But he will have a great Pro Day and be the first WR taken in the draft..
rSophomore
FS
5-10
208
One of the best playmakers during the 2009 season, Thomas displayed his speed and strength in Indy, and put to rest any talk of him not being an all-around safety.
Senior
DE
6-1
268
There are very few defenders that play with the intensity and speed that Graham presents off the edge. He's been the defensive star of the offseason and continues to climb the charts.
Senior
CB
5-11
193
As much as I like Haden, the more I watch McCourty, who has been one of my favorites in this year's draft for months, he may end up being the best CB from this class.
Senior
DT
6-2
327
The 2010 DT class is special, and there's a chance that three DTs get selected in the top 10. Williams is the draft's best NT prospect and will come off the board sooner than expected.
Senior
S
6-3
230
Mays has the size/speed combination that scouts covet, but as a safety he struggles moving laterally and transitioning in coverage. He's best suited to play LB at the next level.
Junior
OT
6-7
314
Campbell is the most athletic offensive tackle prospect that I've ever seen. But as a player he's very raw and must be considered a project. With that said, he could be a top 8 draft pick.
Junior
DE
6-3
273
There are teams that believe Griffen could drop back and play OLB in a 3-4. And after he ran a 4.66 in the 40 at the Combine, that's possible. But he has a chance to be a sack artist at DE.



A member of the Pro Football Writers of America and the Football Writers Association of America, Chris Steuber has provided his analysis of the NFL and NFL Draft prospects on the web and on the radio since 1999. Steuber’s features are published across the Scout.com network and on FoxSports.com. If you wish to contact Chris Steuber, email him at: csteuber@scout.com. You can also now follow Chris Steuber on Twitter.

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