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Do you think the 2011 draft class was the best ever look at all the nfl ready players it produced?

1 1 Carolina Panthers Cam Newton† QB

1 2 Denver Broncos Von Miller† LB Texas A&M Big 12

1 3 Buffalo Bills Marcell Dareus DE Alabama SEC

1 4 Cincinnati Bengals A. J. Green† WR Georgia SEC

1 5 Arizona Cardinals Patrick Peterson† CB LSU SEC

1 6 Atlanta Falcons Julio Jones† WR Alabama SEC from Cleveland [R1 - 1]

1 7 San Francisco 49ers Aldon Smith† LB Missouri Big 12

1 8 Tennessee Titans Jake Locker QB Washington Pac-10

1 9 Dallas Cowboys Tyron Smith OT USC Pac-10

1 10 Jacksonville Jaguars Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri Big 12 from Washington [R1 - 2]

1 11 Houston Texans J. J. Watt† DE Wisconsin Big Ten

1 12 Minnesota Vikings Christian Ponder QB Florida State ACC

1 13 Detroit Lions Nick Fairley DT Auburn SEC

1 14 St. Louis Rams Robert Quinn DE North Carolina ACC

1 15 Miami Dolphins Mike Pouncey C Florida SEC

1 16 Washington Redskins Ryan Kerrigan† DE Purdue Big Ten from Jacksonville [R1 - 3]

1 17 New England Patriots Nate Solder OT Colorado Big 12 from Oakland [R1 - 4]

1 18 San Diego Chargers Corey Liuget DT Illinois Big Ten

1 19 New York Giants Prince Amukamara CB Nebraska Big 12

1 20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Adrian Clayborn

1 21 Cleveland Browns Phil Taylor DT

1 22 Indianapolis Colts Anthony Castonzo OT Boston College ACC

1 23 Philadelphia Eagles Danny Watkins G Baylor Big 12

1 24 New Orleans Saints Cameron Jordan DE California Pac-10

1 25 Seattle Seahawks James Carpenter OT Alabama SEC

1 26 Kansas City Chiefs Jonathan Baldwin WR Pittsburgh from Atlanta via Cleveland [R1 - 6]

1 27 Baltimore Ravens Jimmy Smith CB Colorado Big 12

1 28 New Orleans Saints Mark Ingram RB

1 29 Chicago Bears Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin Big Ten

1 30 New York Jets Muhammad Wilkerson DE Temple MAC

1 31 Pittsburgh Steelers Cameron Heyward DE Ohio State Big Ten

1 32 Green Bay Packers Derek Sherrod OT Mississippi State SEC

2 33 New England Patriots Ras-I Dowling CB Virginia ACC from Carolina [R2 - 1]

2 34 Buffalo Bills Aaron Williams CB Texas Big 12

2 35 Cincinnati Bengals Andy Dalton† QB TCU MWC

2 36 San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick QB Nevada WAC from Denver [R2 - 2]

2 37 Cleveland Browns Jabaal Sheard DE Pittsburgh

2 38 Arizona Cardinals Ryan Williams RB Virginia Tech ACC

2 39 Tennessee Titans Akeem Ayers LB UCLA Pac-10

2 40 Dallas Cowboys Bruce Carter LB North Carolina ACC

2 41 Washington Redskins Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson ACC

2 42 Houston Texans Brooks Reed DE Arizona Pac-10

2 43 Minnesota Vikings Kyle Rudolph† TE Notre Dame Ind.

2 44 Detroit Lions Titus Young WR Boise State

2 45 Denver Broncos Rahim Moore S UCLA Pac-10 from San Francisco [R2 - 3]

2 46 Denver Broncos Orlando Franklin OT Miami (FL) ACC from Miami [R2 - 4]

2 47 St. Louis Rams Lance Kendricks TE Wisconsin Big Ten

2 48 Oakland Raiders Stefen Wisniewski C Penn State Big Ten

2 49 Indianapolis Colts Ben Ijalana OT Villanova CAA from Jacksonville via Washington [R2 - 5]

2 50 San Diego Chargers Marcus Gilchrist CB Clemson ACC

2 51 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Da'Quan Bowers DE Clemson ACC

2 52 New York Giants Marvin Austin DT North Carolina ACC

2 53 Chicago Bears Stephen Paea DT Oregon State Pac-10 from Indianapolis via Washington [R2 - 6]

2 54 Philadelphia Eagles Jaiquawn Jarrett S Temple MAC

2 55 Kansas City Chiefs Rodney Hudson G Florida State ACC

2 56 New England Patriots Shane Vereen RB California Pac-10 from New Orleans [R2 - 7]

2 57 Detroit Lions Mikel Leshoure RB Illinois Big Ten from Seattle [R2 - 8]

2 58 Baltimore Ravens Torrey Smith WR Maryland

2 59 Cleveland Browns Greg Little WR North Carolina ACC from Atlanta [R2 - 9]

2 60 Houston Texans Brandon Harris CB Miami (FL) ACC from New England [R2 - 10]

2 61 San Diego Chargers Jonas Mouton LB Michigan Big Ten from New York Jets [R2 - 11]

2 62 Miami Dolphins Daniel Thomas RB Kansas State Big 12 from Chicago via Washington [R2 - 12]

2 63 Pittsburgh Steelers Marcus Gilbert OT Florida SEC

2 64 Green Bay Packers Randall Cobb WR Kentucky SEC

3 65 Carolina Panthers Terrell McClain DT South Florida Big East

3 66 Cincinnati Bengals Dontay Moch LB Nevada WAC

3 67 Denver Broncos Nate Irving LB North Carolina State ACC

3 68 Buffalo Bills Kelvin Sheppard LB LSU SEC

3 69 Arizona Cardinals Rob Housler TE Florida Atlantic

3 70 Kansas City Chiefs Justin Houston† DE Georgia SEC from Cleveland [R3 - 1]

3 71 Dallas Cowboys DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma Big 12

3 72 New Orleans Saints Martez Wilson LB Illinois Big Ten from Washington [R3 - 2]

3 73 New England Patriots Stevan Ridley RB LSU SEC from Houston [R3 - 3]

3 74 New England Patriots Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas SEC from Minnesota [R3 - 4]

3 75 Seattle Seahawks John Moffitt G Wisconsin Big Ten from Detroit [R3 - 5]

3 76 Jacksonville Jaguars Will Rackley G Lehigh Patriot from San Francisco [R3 - 6]

3 77 Tennessee Titans Jurrell Casey DT USC Pac-10

5 Answers

  • Favorite Answer

    Its been solid so far, but I mean T-Ham's 1998 draft had TWO Randy Mosses!

  • T-Ham
    Lv 4
    8 years ago

    I think it's the best draft class in the last 10 or 15 years but there's a few I would say are better being 2003, 1983, and 1998.

    1983 - John Elway, Dan Marino, Jim Kelly, Eric Dickerson, Bruce Matthews, Darrell Green and Richard Dent

    1998 - Peyton Manning, Randy Moss, London Fletcher, Hines Ward, Alan Faneca, Takeo Spikes, Keith Brooking, Greg Ellis, Jeremiah Trotter, Olin Kreutz, Matt Hasselbeck, and Charles Woodson.

    2003 - Troy Polamalu, Antonio Gates, Robert Mathis, Asante Samuel, Jason Witten, Nnamdi Asomugha, Dallas Clark, Terrell Suggs, Andre Johnson and Jordan Gross.

  • 5 years ago

    i in my view do not recognize if Bradford will be a bust or no longer yet they prefer to get a QB. they don't have any signature signal caller and favor to excite their fanbase and crew. they have been drafting warm shot lineman presently and performance gotten no effects. Bradford is the only excellent QB in this draft and favor to commence to construct round a marquee participant. i does no longer say he grow to be surrounded with marvelous skills like Leinart although, what number 1st round selections did Bradford play with as oppose to Leinart? And Oklahoma is not only spread, there's a tremendous style of classic formations that they run. lower back, i do not imagine Bradford will be a destiny hall of famer yet at the same time as your franchise is as low as St. Louis, without QB, what do you somewhat ought to lose? reward>danger

  • 8 years ago

    I was going to ask exactly the same question so yes you're totally right: cam newton, von miller, aj green, patrick peterson, aldon smith, julio jones, jj watt, amukamara, andy dalton, kaepernick, kyle rudolph, torrey smith, randell cobb, justin houston

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    I certainly think so...

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