The following is a list of 2010 NFL Draft first-round caliber prospects that I personally believe will be selected to future NFL Pro Bowls.
1. QB Andrew Luck, Stanford - The projected No. 1 overall pick has all the physical tools you could dream for in an NFL quarterback.
2. QB Robert Griffin, Baylor - Griffin has Michael Vick speed, a Ben Roethlisberger arm, Drew Brees accuracy and Aaron Rodgers intelligence. If that's not enough to become a Pro Bowler, I don't know what is.
3. OT Matt Kalil, USC - The term "can't-miss tackle" is thrown around a lot, but this kid seems like the real thing. Good with his feet, big, strong, smart, and a hard worker. He can certainly succeed in the NFL.
4. WR Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State - I personally believe Blackmon will end up being the best player in this draft. That's right, better than Luck and Griffin. He IS a prototypical NFL wide receiver. His speed and size are concerning to some, but I don't believe they'll be an issue.
5. DT Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State - What happens when you combine size, athleticism and a ravenous appetite for football? You get Fletcher Cox. I really think Cox could be great in the right system.
Which of the following prospects will end up having the best NFL career?
Andrew Luck (Quarterback, Stanford) (57 votes)
Robert Griffin (Quarterback, Baylor) (26 votes)
Matt Kalil (Offensive Tackle, USC) (16 votes)
Trent Richardson (Runningback, Alabama) (11 votes)
Morris Claiborne (Cornerback, LSU) (7 votes)
Justin Blackmon (Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State) (11 votes)
Melvin Ingram (Defensive End, South Carolina) (2 votes)
Ryan Tannehill (Quarterback, Texas A&M) (5 votes)
Fletcher Cox (Defensive Tackle, Mississippi State) (9 votes)
Riley Reiff (Offensive Tackle, Iowa) (1 vote)
Other (7 votes)
152 total votes