1) Travis Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma

I have loved Travis Lewis forever. One of my first posts on this site was actually about him. He came as a surprise into the Big 12 as a Freshman and looked like one of the most dominate players in football, but he looked just above average the rest of his career. All I know is that he has the potential to be a top-10 outside linebacker in the draft, and I love his potential.

2) Terrance Ganaway, RB, Baylor

Ganaway is a name that you probably heard a lot in college because he played for Baylor, and he is a guy that I really like. He won't go early because he can't do it all, but he is a guy that I think you will see a lot early in the NFL. I have developed a formula called the DMScore (which is an elevated version of a similar formula, except that I incorporate height, weight and speed) that has helped to predict NFL talent. Last year the formula liked DeMarco Murray who was a sensation before getting hurt. In 2010 the top guy was LaGarrette Blount, with James Starks in second place and then Ryan Mathews.

Well Terrance Ganaway had the top score this year, which tells me that his body will be ready to produce in the NFL like many of the recent greats. (By the way Trent Richardson is 2nd place, Lamar Miller is 3rd, and Bernard Pierce is a strong 4th).

3) Chris Owusu, WR, Stanford

I have two receivers on this list, and the first one is Chris Owusu. Owusu is a guy that has good size, great speed, and great potential which are some things that I love in late round receivers. Owusu didn't have the production that he could have in college, mostly due to some injuries. But if he can stay healthy, then he has starting caliber potential.

4) Marvin McNutt, WR, Iowa

Ok, so there is a chance that McNutt could go in the 3rd round, but he also could be bumped into the 5th round too. McNutt has good height (6-3), good speed (4.54), and amazing production (82 receptions, 1,315 yards, 12 scores last year). What you don't love that production? Well you have to factor in the fact that he played Iowa where those stats helped him to break the team's record in receptions, yards and scores in a single year. Oh, he also became the career leader in receiving yards and touchdowns too. His potential is there.

5) Kellen Moore, QB, Boise State

Ok, so if you have checked out this site during the 2011 season, then you would know that I love Kellen Moore. In terms of the draft he is the best leader, the smartest quarterback, the most accurate, and the best decision maker. Oh, and did I mention that he was 50-3 in college with two losses coming from field goal misses after leading his team down the field? He isn't a high prospect because of his height, size and arm strength (which is actually better than most give him), but if you give him a chance he will tear you apart.