2011 NFL Draft Cornerback Rankings: Kadar vs Dove

Pro days workouts are over, so it's time to finalize positional rankings. One of the most intriguing thing about the NFL Draft process is that each person values prospects differently. For NFL talent evaluators and draft analysts alike, the rankings at the top look similar, but opinions vary on mid-level players.

Here at Mocking the Draft we wanted to show you how our opinions differ. Dan Kadar and Jon Dove are breaking down each position giving you their top 10 in each. Make sure to check out our scouting report page to get full reports on some of the prospects.  Also don't hesitate to leave some feedback about our rankings or maybe even your own.

As you'll see, our top three is probably the same as everyone else. We both also think pretty highly of Miami's Brandon Harris, Texas' Aaron Williams and Curtis Brown and Virginia's Ras-I Dowling.

 

We also differ a good bit. Jon likes Buffalo's Josh Thomas. When I put up my final position rankings this weekend, I'll have him 22nd. A player similar to him in style is New Mexico State's Davon House. I really like his physical nature and ability to play bigger receivers. But while he's in my top 10, he's not in Jon's. Do your rankings vary as much as ours do? Let us know in the comments.

 

Rank Dan Kadar's Rankings Jon Dove's Rankings
1 Patrick Peterson Patrick Peterson
2 Prince Amukamara Prince Amukamara
3 Jimmy Smith Jimmy Smith
4 Aaron Williams Brandon Harris
5 Brandon Harris Ras-I Dowling
6 Brandon Burton Aaron Williams
7 Curtis Brown Curtis Brown
8 Ras-I Dowling Johnny Patrick
9 Davon House Marcus Gilchrist
10 Johnny Patrick Josh Thomas
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