53 players get early entry into 2010 NFL draft

The NFL has announced the names of the 53 players who have been granted early eligibility for the 2010 NFL draft. The full list is below.

Kevin Basped, DE, Nevada

Arrelious Benn,
WR
Illinois
Eric Berry,
DB
Tennessee
Jahvid Best,
RB
California
Navorro
Bowman,
LB
Penn State
Sam Bradford,
QB
Oklahoma

Dezmon Briscoe,
WR
Kansas

Antonio Brown,
WR
Central Michigan

Dez Bryant,
WR
Oklahoma State

Bryan Bulaga,
T
Iowa

Morgan Burnett,
DB
Georgia Tech

Bruce Campbell,
T
Maryland

Jimmy Clausen,
QB
Notre Dame

Rennie Curran,
LB
Georgia

Anthony Davis,
T
Rutgers

Carlos Dunlap,
DE
Florida

Jonathan Dwyer,
RB
Georgia Tech

Dominique Franks,
DB
Oklahoma

Clifton Geathers,
DE
South Carolina

Thaddeus Gibson,
DE
Ohio State

Jermaine Gresham,
TE
Oklahoma

Everson Griffen,
DE
Southern California

Rob Gronkowski,
TE
Arizona

Joe Haden,
DB
Florida

Aaron Hernandez,
TE
Florida

Kareem Jackson,
DB
Alabama

Chad Jones,
DB
Louisiana State

Reshad
Jones,
DB
Georgia

Reshad Joseph,
DT
East Carolina

Darius Marshall,
RB
Marshall

Ryan Mathews,
RB
Fresno State

Rolando McClain,
LB
Alabama

Gerald McCoy,
DT
Oklahoma

Joe McKnight,
RB
Southern California

Shawnbrey McNeal,
RB
Southern Methodist

Carlton Mitchell,
WR
South Florida

Joshua Moore,
DB
Kansas State

Derrick Morgan,
DE
Georgia Tech

Jerell Norton,
DB
Arkansas

Jason Pierre-Paul,
DE
South Florida

Maurkice Pouncey,
C
Florida

Brian Price,
DT
UCLA

Dennis Rogan,
DB
Tennessee

Jevan Snead,
QB
Mississippi

Amari Spievey,
DB
Iowa

Golden Tate,
WR
Notre Dame

Demaryius Thomas,
WR
Georgia Tech

Earl Thomas,
DB
Texas

Donovan Warren,
DB
Michigan

Damian Williams,
WR
Southern California

Mike Williams,
WR
Syracuse

Jason
Worilds,
DE
Virginia Tech

Major Wright,
DB
Florida

17 responses to “53 players get early entry into 2010 NFL draft

  1. This draft is going to be deep for sure. All these underclassmen are trying to get paid before the work stoppage happens.

  2. could’ve just kept the list all on one page instead of having to click it and be forwarded somewhere else

  3. Are there a few names missing?
    Abe Koroma, Toby Gerhart, Chris Bell, Jerome Hayes
    I think they all indicated that they are foregoing their final year of eligibility as well…

  4. Although there are only 4 OL on this list, a team formed out of these 53 still would beat the Rams, Lions and a few more teams.

  5. Agreed, very strong draft class. Scout.com has souble the amount of 5-star and 4-star players than any past seasons.

  6. Last years draft was weak overall. This years is very strong. A weak draft depends on how your team drafts, there really isn’t an overall weak draft as there are pro bowlers from every draft.

  7. Renegade,
    Toby Gerhart didn’t get an early entry, he just didn’t attempt to get an extra year via medical redshirt. Not sure about the rest of the guys you mentioned.

  8. There are more than a few on there who have been ill-advised about coming out early.
    Stupid sports agents who convince these kids they’re ready, and are better than they really are. Just so they can make that quick draft buck.
    About half of these folks should really be here.

  9. Will be a great draft for teams like New England, San Fran, Seattle and Tampa that have early picks in the first two rounds.

  10. With so many underclassmen coming out, it is a weaker class. Some of them would refrain from coming out unless they thought they could get a good draft spot, which means alot of people think the senior class is weak. Only about a dozen or so of these names really flip my skirt.
    What does everyone else think, weak or strong?

  11. “Reshad Joseph” DT from ECU…just looked on the roster & he wasn’t even listed…
    Hey Mike, who is this guy, and could you have meant Lynvall Joseph, a Junior DE from ECU?

  12. Scouts say this class is very deep and was anticipated to be so, which is why a team like the Patriots stockpiled second round picks.
    ENCP –
    The first name of “Reshad” belonged to Reshad Jones the player listed above Joseph. It looks like someone just typed the first name in twice accidentally. Of course copy and paste works better, unless the original was screwed up.

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