2009 NFL Top Offensive Draft Prospects

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Published: March 26, 2009


... QB, Georgia

As far as quarterbacks go in this year's draft class, Georgia's Matthew Stafford has set the mark.

Although Georgia may have had a down year in some people's eyes, it certainly wasn't due to their offense. Stafford had a 61.4% completion rating, 25 TD passes to 10 INT, passed for over 3,500 yards, and had a QB rating of 153.54, all while playing within Georgia's pro-style offense.

At 6' 3" and 237 lbs, Stafford has good size for an NFL quarterback, and while the Lions seem to be doing everything they can to convince people that they are going in another direction, it would be foolish to pass on a talent like Matthew Stafford.

2. Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech

Michael Crabtree has now declared, and without doubt should be the first wide receiver selected in the 2009 NFL draft.

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