Over the past three draft’s the Florida Gators had eight players selected during the initial two rounds.  We presently grade the team with a single top 100 player.  The situation is slightly better for Georgia yet no so at Kentucky.

Florida

Round Full Name Pos #Yr Comments
4thJelani JenkinsOLB433SoQuick, explosive linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline and is constantly around the ball. Looks much bigger than his listed size. Offers a lot of upside.
6thChris RaineyRB35SrCreative and elusive ball handler that projects as a situational ball carrier in the NFL.
6thJaye HowardDT65SrUp and down defensive tackle that shows good size and skill. Has never really taken his game to the next level.
6-7Jeff DempsRB34SrSmall, elusive back that creates his own yardage.
7thJeremy BrownCB84Jr
FADeonte ThompsonWR65Sr
FAJohn BrantleyQB125SrClassic pocket passer with adequate arm strength yet marginal accuracy and decision-making.
FAMoses JenkinsCB364Jr

Georgia

Round Full Name Pos # Yr Comments
2-3Cordy GlennG714SrLarge, wide bodied blocker that moves well on his feet. Quick off the snap, outstanding run blocker and show skill in pass protection. May get looks at left tackle this season but we project him as a power running guard.
3rdBen JonesC614SrSmallish yet a tough, intelligent blocker on the pivot. Plays with terrific fundamentals, outstanding with shotgun snap and quick in his all-around game. Tremendous position blocker that seals defenders from the action.
3rdTavarres KingWR124JrUnderrated receiver with a burst and the ability to stretch the field. Makes a lot of difficult reception is on the field.
3-4Brandon BoykinCB24SrExplosive cornerback that shows a great burst to the ball and solid cover skills.
4-5Orson CharlesTE93JrAthletic pass catching tight end that gets down the field and shows reliable hands. Gives effort blocking yet undersized. Will get looks at H-back.
6thDeAngelo TysonDT944SrHard-working interior lineman that struggles at nose tackle. Offers possibilities as a backup conventional tackle.
6thTrinton SturdivantT775SrQuick, somewhat athletic left tackle that must improve his blocking balance. Injured a knee and will be on the sidelines in 2011.
6thBacarri RamboS184JrLarge safety that looks imposing on the field. Forceful at times yet often looks like he’s going have speed.
6-7Sanders CommingsCB193JrLarge cornerback that shows terrific explosion, suddenness and strength. Offers a lot of upside. Will get looks at safety.
7thAbry JonesDE933JrStout defensive end that shows flashes.
7-FAAron WhiteTE815SrWell sized blocking tight end that could be third man on the depth chart in the NFL.
FACornelius WashingtonDE833SoComing off a disappointing campaign after we rated him highly off his 2009 performance. Out of position at defensive end in UGA’s 34 alignment.
FABruce FigginsTE895SrRarely used tight end that gives effort blocking.
FAJustin AndersonT794Sr

Kentucky

Round Full Name Pos # Yr Comments
FAPaul WarfordCB345SrStrong, stout offensive guard with a good upside.
FAWinston GuyS214SrTough, run defending safety best playing downhill.
FADanny TrevathanOLB224SrRelatively athletic weak side linebacker prospect that goes sideline to sideline. Covers a lot of area on the field and shows ability in coverage.
FAChandler BurdenT664SrSolid pass protecting tackle that has an upside.
FARandall BurdenCB245SrAverage zone cornerback that really does not show a good feel for coverage.