Super 99: Maryland’s Campbell in top 15 after Combine

Maryland OT Bruce Campbell was one of the Combine's most impressive players.
Maryland OT Bruce Campbell was one of the Combine’s most impressive players.

The War Room’s latest Super 99 ranking of 2010 draft prospects is out, and not surprisingly, several stars of the Combine are in the top 15.

Maryland OT Bruce Campbell moved up four spots to No. 15 after an impressive performance in Indianapolis, which included a 4.85-second 40-yard dash. The War Room’s Russ Lande was among the scouts who were impressed. He said, "After his dominating workout at the Combine, [Campbell] proved he is a rare athlete and has assured himself of being a first-round pick.

Ohio State OLB Thaddeus Gibson moved up two spots to No. 14. Before the Combine, pro scouts wondered if Gibson could make the transition from 4-3 DE in college to 3-4 OLB in the NFL. "He answered those questions at the Combine, looking explosive, quick, agile and athletic in all drills," Lande said. "More than a few scouts said he looked like he had been playing linebacker his whole life."

One prospect who disappointed at the Combine was Florida CB Joe Haden, who ran the 40-yard dash in a slower-than-expected 4.57 seconds. While Lande said GMs with top-10 picks might be scared off by Haden’s performance, his opinion of Haden won’t change because he looks faster and more athletic on film. Haden’s position in the Super 99 didn’t change either; he stayed at No. 5.

Below are the top-15 players in the Super 99. To see the full list, visit SportingNews.com’s Pro Football War Room.

Rank Name School Position
1 Sam Bradford Oklahoma QB
2 Ndamukong Suh Nebraska DT
3 Derrick Morgan Georgia Tech DE
4 Demaryius Thomas Georgia Tech WR
5 Joe Haden Florida CB
6 C.J. Spiller Clemson RB
7 Russell Okung Oklahoma State OT
8 Gerald McCoy Oklahoma DT
9 Dez Bryant Oklahoma State WR
10 Trent Williams Oklahoma OT
11 Sergio Kindle Texas OLB
12 Jason Pierre-Paul South Florida DE
13 Rob Gronkowski Arizona TE
14 Thaddeus Gibson Ohio State OLB
15 Bruce Campbell Maryland OT
Maryland OT Bruce Campbell was one of the Combine's most impressive players.
Maryland OT Bruce Campbell was one of the Combine’s most impressive players.

The War Room’s latest Super 99 ranking of 2010 draft prospects is out, and not surprisingly, several stars of the Combine are in the top 15.

Maryland OT Bruce Campbell moved up four spots to No. 15 after an impressive performance in Indianapolis, which included a 4.85-second 40-yard dash. The War Room’s Russ Lande was among the scouts who were impressed. He said, "After his dominating workout at the Combine, [Campbell] proved he is a rare athlete and has assured himself of being a first-round pick.

Ohio State OLB Thaddeus Gibson moved up two spots to No. 14. Before the Combine, pro scouts wondered if Gibson could make the transition from 4-3 DE in college to 3-4 OLB in the NFL. "He answered those questions at the Combine, looking explosive, quick, agile and athletic in all drills," Lande said. "More than a few scouts said he looked like he had been playing linebacker his whole life."

One prospect who disappointed at the Combine was Florida CB Joe Haden, who ran the 40-yard dash in a slower-than-expected 4.57 seconds. While Lande said GMs with top-10 picks might be scared off by Haden’s performance, his opinion of Haden won’t change because he looks faster and more athletic on film. Haden’s position in the Super 99 didn’t change either; he stayed at No. 5.

Below are the top-15 players in the Super 99. To see the full list, visit SportingNews.com’s Pro Football War Room.

Rank Name School Position
1 Sam Bradford Oklahoma QB
2 Ndamukong Suh Nebraska DT
3 Derrick Morgan Georgia Tech DE
4 Demaryius Thomas Georgia Tech WR
5 Joe Haden Florida CB
6 C.J. Spiller Clemson RB
7 Russell Okung Oklahoma State OT
8 Gerald McCoy Oklahoma DT
9 Dez Bryant Oklahoma State WR
10 Trent Williams Oklahoma OT
11 Sergio Kindle Texas OLB
12 Jason Pierre-Paul South Florida DE
13 Rob Gronkowski Arizona TE
14 Thaddeus Gibson Ohio State OLB
15 Bruce Campbell Maryland OT

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