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2011 NFL Draft Consensus Big Board

I thought it would be interesting to combine some of the prominent 2011 NFL Draft Big Boards to form one consensus big board.

Below are the average big board position of the top prospects in the 2011 NFL Draft. I looked at seven different big boards: Mel Kiper (ESPN), Todd McShay (ESPN), Rob Rang (CBS), Scott Wright (, Tony Pauline (Sports Illustrated), Wes Bunting's (NFP) and Mike Mayock (NFL Network; just added).

Updated April 24

  1. Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU: 1.9 (Last Week: 1)
    High: 1 (Multi); Low: 3 (Multi)

  2. A.J. Green, WR, Georgia: 3.0 (Last Week: 3)
    High: 1 (Bunting); Low: 4 (Multi)

  3. Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M: 3.3 (Last Week: 2)
    High: 2 (Multi); Low: 7 (Bunting)

  4. Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama: 4.1 (Last Week: 4)
    High: 1 (Multi); Low: 15 (Bunting)

  5. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina: 6.6 (Last Week: 5)
    High: 5 (Multi); Low: 9 (Pauline)

  6. Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn: 6.9 (Last Week: 6)
    High: 4 (Multi); Low: 11 (Multi)

  7. Julio Jones, WR, Alabama: 7.0 (Last Week: 7)
    High: 3 (Bunting); Low: 9 (Multi)

  8. Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson: 9.7 (Last Week: 8)
    High: 6 (Multi); Low: 17 (Bunting)

  9. Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska: 10.9 (Last Week: 9)
    High: 6 (McShay); Low: 27 (Bunting)

  10. Tyron Smith, OT, USC: 11.9 (Last Week: 10)
    High: 5 (Bunting); Low: 17 (Kiper)

  11. Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri: 12.3 (Last Week: 11)
    High: 5 (Multi); Low: Unranked (Bunting)

  12. Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri: 12.6 (Last Week: 13)
    High: 9 (Bunting); Low: 18 (Rang)

  13. Cameron Jordan, DE, California: 12.7 (Last Week: 12)
    High: 10 (Pauline); Low: 19 (McShay)

  14. J.J. Watt, DE, Wisconsin: 15.4 (Last Week: 14)
    High: 12 (Multi); Low: 21 (Bunting)

  15. Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama: 16.6 (Last Week: 15)
    High: 8 (Bunting); Low: 23 (McShay)

  16. Cam Newton, QB, Auburn: 18.4 (Last Week: 17)
    High: 11 (Rang); Low: Unranked (Bunting)

  17. Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College: 19.4 (Last Week: 16)
    High: 13 (Mayock); Low: Unranked (Bunting)

  18. Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue: 20.6 (Last Week: 19)
    High: 15 (Multi); Low: Unranked (Bunting)

  19. Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin: 20.7 (Last Week: 18)
    High: 13 (Bunting); Low: 25 (Pauline)

  20. Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois: 21.4 (Last Week: 21)
    High: 11 (Kiper); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  21. Mike Pouncey, G, Florida: 23.1 (Last Week: 24)
    High: 15 (McShay); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  22. Nate Solder, OT, Colorado: 23.3 (Last Week: 22)
    High: 19 (Pauline); Low: Unranked (Bunting)

  23. Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa: 23.8 (Last Week: 20)
    High: 17 (Wright); Low: Unranked (Pauline)

  24. Muhammad Wilkerson, DT, Temple: 23.8 (Last Week: 23)
    High: 10 (Kiper); Low: Unranked (Bunting)

  25. Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado: 24.0 (Last Week: 32)
    High: 10 (Bunting); Low: Unranked (Pauline)

  26. Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State: 26.4 (Last Week: 25)
    High: 18 (Pauline); Low: Unranked (Kiper)

  27. Jake Locker, QB, Washington: 26.6 (Last Week: 29)
    High: 21 (Mayock); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  28. Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame: 27.9 (Last Week: 28)
    High: 12 (Bunting); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  29. Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA: 28.1 (Last Week: 27)
    High: 19 (Bunting); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  30. Brandon Harris, CB, Miami: 28.7 (Last Week: 30)
    High: 16 (Bunting); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  31. Danny Watkins, G, Baylor: 29.3 (Last Week: 31)
    High: 14 (Bunting); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  32. Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State: 30.0 (Last Week: 26)
    High: 24 (Bunting); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  33. Phil Taylor, NT, Baylor: 30.6 (Last Week: 34)
    High: 24 (Pauline); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  34. Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh: 30.9 (Last Week: 35)
    High: 18 (Bunting); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  35. Justin Houston, DE, Georgia: 31.4 (Last Week: Unranked)
    High: 22 (Pauline); Low: Unranked (Multi)

  36. Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina: 31.7 (Last Week: Unranked)
    High: 24 (Mayock); Low: Unranked (Multi)

    Dropped off: Stephen Paea, DT; Aaron Williams, CB/FS.

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Mel Kiper couldn't find his ass if he had a search and rescue team, a flashlight, and a pair of bbq tongs.
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rockey 04-26-2011 10:32 am (total posts: 2)
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Matt, are you going to update your big board before the draft? I'm interested in your opinion.
Nate 04-24-2011 08:26 pm (total posts: 1)
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Bunting has a scale he goes by. Essentially, he ranks the BEST players in order, not where they "should" be drafted. You really think teams would have let Tom Brady go til round 6 if they knew he would be a Hall of Fame Quarterback? Would the Rams have drafted Jason Smith at 2 if they knew he would only be a right tackle? No. Bunting ranks them on how good they will be within the next 5-10 years. So, Hynoski & Havili will probably be a better player at his position than Newton, Gabbert or any of those scrub quarterbacks. Get off his nutz.
Tim 04-22-2011 12:58 pm (total posts: 1)
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Wes Bunting's rankings last year were spot on.
Blake 04-11-2011 04:08 am (total posts: 1)
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I sorta feel bad for Wes getting a bad rep through this as most of the people who read this site do it for more light hearted analysis and entertainment than true draft prospect evaluation; Bunting does more of the latter. His rating scale is based more on career expectancies than where he would take a player in a draft. It's an extremely interesting scale, but it is very different from a standard big board.
Joe B 04-11-2011 01:40 am (total posts: 1)
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I mean seriously. GET RID OF BUNTING!! He has Gabbert 43rd and Henry Hynoski (FB) and Stanley Havili (FB) 24 and 30 respectively. I guess this explains the Oakland Raiders drafts over the past years. Wes Bunting = Al Davis.

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