The Best Players Not Drafted

I decided to put together a list of the best players not drafted in the 2009 NFL Draft. I’m putting them in order with the best non-drafted player first. I might redo the list later and update it, and add some players just depending on how much time I decide to put into this but I figured I would go ahead and throw my initial list up here.

Player College Pos
Darry Beckwith LSU ILB
Gerald Cadogan Penn State OT
Kevin Ogletree Virginia WR
Jonathan Casillas Wisconsin OLB
Kory Sheets Purdue RB
Mitch King Iowa DE
Dannell Ellerbe Georgia ILB
Jason Watkins Florida OT
John Parker Wilson Alabama QB
Frantz Joseph Florida Atlantic ILB
C.J. Spillman Marshall FS
Emanuel Cook South Carolina SS
Lardarius Webb Nicholls State CB
Joel Bell Furman OT
Louie Sakoda Utah PK
Augustus Parrish Kent State OT
Aaron Kelly Clemson WR
Derek Pegues Mississippi St FS
Quan Cosby Texas WR
Michael Bennett Texas A&M DE
Darius Passmore Marshall WR
Otis Wiley Michigan State SS
Lee Robinson Alcorn State OLB
Ian Johnson Boise State RB
Alex Boone Ohio State OT
Edwin Williams Maryland C
Hunter Cantwell Louisville QB
Zach Potter Nebraska DE
Roger Allen Missouri Western OG
Pannel Egboh Stanford DE
Jeremiah Johnson Oregon RB
Chris Baker Hampton DT
Cornelius Lewis Tennessee State OT
Conredge Collins Pittsburgh FB
Brian Hoyer Michigan State QB
Cecil Newton Tennessee State C
Andy Kemp Wisconsin OG
Corey Smith Cincinnati OLB
Devin Moore Wyoming RB
Nathan Brown Central Arkansas QB
DeAngelo Willingham Tennessee FS
Arian Foster Tennessee RB
Antonio Appleby Virginia ILB
Ian Campbell Kansas St DE
Bruce Johnson Miami CB
Ryan Purvis Boston College TE
Al Afalava Oregon St SS
Anthony Parker Tennessee OG
Will Johnson Michigan DT
Graham Gano Florida State P
Ramon Foster Tennessee OT
Graham Harrell Texas Tech QB
Derek Walker Illinois DE
Brannan Southerland Georgia FB
Brian Toal Boston College OLB
Nader Abdallah Ohio State DT
Ashlee Palmer Mississippi OLB
Pierre Walters Eastern Illinois DE
Ray Feinga BYU OG
Robert Francois Boston College OLB
Jared Bronson Cen Washington TE
Jamarko Simmons Western Michigan WR
Orion Martin Virginia Tech DE
Keith Fitzhugh Mississippi St SS
Kyle Link McNeese State OT
Brandon Walker Oklahoma OG
Dallas Reynolds BYU C
P.J. Hill Wisconsin RB
Reshard Langford Vanderbilt SS
Greg Isdaner West Virginia OG
Darryl Richard Georgia Tech DT
Marcus McClinton Kentucky FS
John Faletoese Cal Davis DT
Everette Pedescleaux Northern Iowa DE
Worrell Williams California ILB
Marquez Branson Central Arkansas FB
Justin Brantly Texas A&M P
Josh Mauga Nevada ILB
Travis Bright BYU OG
Sam Swank Wake Forest PK
Jeremy Childs Boise State WR
Andrew Hartline Central Michigan OT
Jon Cooper Oklahoma C
Lendy Holmes Oklahoma FS
Trimane Goddard North Carolina SS
Colt Anderson Montana FS
Ryan McKee Southern Miss OT
Andrew Means Indiana WR
Ryan Stanchek West Virginia OT
Tony Carter Florida State CB
Eron Riley Duke WR
Alex Fletcher Stanford C
Phillip Hunt Houston DE
Khalif Mitchell East Carolina DT
Kevin Akins Boston College OLB
Tim Jamison Michigan DE
Michael Brown Alabama A&M OT
Kory Sperry Colorado State TE
Jason Chery Louisiana-Laf WR
Demonte Bolden Tennessee DT
Cullen Harper Clemson QB
Domonique Johnson Jackson State CB
Russell Allen San Diego State OLB
Brandon Pearce Memphis State OT
Mike Reilly Cen Washington QB
Chris Miller Ball State P
Dan Gay Baylor OT
Ryan Palmer Texas CB
Marlon Favorite LSU DT
Marlon Lucky Nebraska RB
Jose Valdez Arkansas OT
Mortty Ivy West Virginia OLB
George Hypolite Colorado DT
Cedric Dockery Texas OG

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3 Responses

  1. What stands out to me are the running backs. There are some high-profile backs including Jeremiah Johnson, Ian Johnson, PJ Hill and Kory Sheets. Some real talent in that group, and I’d be surprised if one of those guys doesn’t bust a starting lineup in the next year or two.

  2. This is true Jeremiah Johnson is now Texan, Ian Johnson a Viking, and Kory Sheets a 49er… PJ Hill is still unsigned as far as I know…

  3. LEE FROM RALEIGH,NC I WAS SUPRISE TO SEE THAT DWIGHT JONES OF UNC NOT DRAFTED IN 2012 DRAFT I GUESS THAT OFF FIELD ISSUE WAS THE REASON

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