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Yahoo! Sports - From fourth to last: Former top pick Aaron Curry traded to Raiders after demotion
The failure of the Tim Ruskell era is complete. Ruskell, the Seattle Seahawks' team president from 2005 through 2009, saved his worst pick for last, though it certainly didn't seem that way at the time. Ruskell had the fourth overall pick in 2009, and he spent it on Wake Forest outside linebacker Aaron Curry(notes), considered to be the safest pick in the draft that year.

ESPN.com (In$ider) - The top safety prospects in the Pac-12 reside in Los Angeles
Teams in the market for a safety are sure to keep a close eye on the Pac-12, which has five safeties who could hear their names called during the 2012 NFL draft.

National Football Post - Top 10 senior prospects
Wes Bunting rates North Carolina defensive end Quinton Coples and West Virginia pass rusher Bruce Irvin as his top two senior players in the nation.

NE Patriots Draft - Casey Hayward NFL Draft scouting report
A breakdown of the Vanderbilt cornerback.

ESPN.com - Mohamed Sanu and the NFL Draft
I am sure Sanu is not even thinking about the draft yet. But so far, Sanu has made an impression on some of the NFL experts at ESPN.com.

Sporting News - LaMichael James' injury raises questions
At the beginning of each football season, NFL teams have initial player grades based on their scouts evaluating big college programs over the summer and the National or BLESTO evaluations. Now that we are well into the 2011 college season with scouts roaming the country, those grades are starting to change.

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