2010 NFL Draft: the Best Value Picks by Position

Posted: 19th May 2010 by John Breitenbach in NFL
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QB - Jimmy Clausen, Carolina, 48 overall (2nd) Clausen was a fantastic college QB. He played on a horrible team at Notre Dame with an awful offensive line, running game, and defense. Lucky for him he landed in Carolina who have arguably the best duo of RBs in the division and franchise OTs in Jordan Gross and Jeff Otah. He has a good arm, above average accuracy, and has performed well in a pro style system. He also came through in the clutch in numerous games throughout his career. His leadership and off-field issues are vastly overblown. RB - Jonathan Dwyer, Pittsburgh, 188 overall (6th) I'm not quite sure how Dwyer fell all the way to the 6th round. He was never a 2nd round pick as some predicted and his combine workout was right to drop him a little, but his talent cannot be under ...

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