Updated 4/18

  1. Patrick Peterson, LSU
  2. Jimmy Smith, Colorado

    Smith was one of two good corners on a Colorado team that needed a lot of help defensively. If they had a better team around them then Smith could have been a top-10 talent.

  3. Brandon Harris, Miami
  4. Prince Amukamara, Nebraska

    On the other hand, Amukamara's biggest threat this season (Justin Blackmon) had a great day against him. I like Amukamara, but I just don't see what the top-10 hype is about him. He isn't a playmaker (only 5 career picks, all in 2009 despite being a 4-year player), and he allows a lot of catches. I honestly would go as far as saying he will end up a safety unless he is coached to perform at corner.

  5. Ras-I Dowling, Virginia
  6. Aaron Williams, Texas
  7. Curtis Brown, Texas
  8. Davon House, New Mexico State
  9. Marcus Gilchrist, Clemson

    I don't personally see Gilchrist as a great talent, but many guys on ESPN and the NFLN see him as a day 2 talent.  I added him a little higher because I might be missing something.

  10. Chimdi Chekwa, Ohio State
  11. Johnny Patrick, Louisville
  12. Jalil Brown, Colorado
  13. Buster Skrine, UT-Chat
  14. DeMarcus Van Dyke, Miami
  15. Brandon Burton, Utah
  16. Curtis Marsh, Utah State
  17. Kendric Burney, UNC

    Burney has a top notch potential, but his speed is questionable. He could double as a very good safety.

  18. Korey Lindsey, Southern Illinois
  19. Brandon Hogan, West Virginia
  20. Cortez Allen, The Citadel
  21. Shareece Wright, USC
  22. Rashad Carmichael, Virginia Tech
  23. Chris Culliver, South Carolina
  24. Chykie Brown, Texas
  25. Richard Sherman, Stanford
  26. Chris Rucker, Michigan State