Silva's May Top 150Friday, May 10, 2013
109. DeAndre Hopkins -- Shaky WR3 in run-first attack.
110. Cordarrelle Patterson -- Insane talent, but raw.
111. Kendall Wright -- Bad QB and crowded WR corps.
112. Jordan Cameron -- Top TE breakout candidate.
113. Owen Daniels -- DeAndre Hopkins pick will hurt Daniels' production.
114. Jared Cook -- Will never be high-volume receiver, but makes big plays.
115. Andre Brown -- Possible goal-line vulture, but Wilson is the guy now.
116. Bernard Pierce -- Could be every-week RB2 if Rice suffered injury.
117. BenJarvus Green-Ellis -- Downhill plodder. Bernard is much better.
118. Johnathan Franklin -- (Slightly) less talented lightning to Lacy's thunder.
119. Mike Goodson -- Jets' third-down back until Chris Ivory's next injury.
120. Ryan Williams -- Finally healthy. Wish backfield wasn't so crowded.
121. Jacquizz Rodgers -- Just a change-of-pace back. Needs S-Jax injury.
122. Jay Cutler -- Sneaky breakout QB under pass-heavy coach Trestman.
123. Eli Manning -- Question marks throughout his pass-catching corps.
124. Joe Flacco -- He took off when Jim Caldwell replaced Cam Cameron.
125. Ryan Broyles -- Two-time ACL patient. Great player if he overcomes.
126. Anquan Boldin -- Overrated after playoff run. Doesn't separate or score.
127. Aaron Dobson -- Big upside if he can handle Patriots' route concepts.
128. Brian Quick -- Value pick. Sleeper to lead Rams in touchdown catches.
129. Josh Freeman -- 2012 stats were fluky. Likely candidate for step back.
130. Michael Vick -- Shaky job security, but certainly high-upside QB2 target.
131. Brandon Myers -- Efficient, but possession guy. Could catch 70 balls.
132. Brandon Pettigrew -- You're at a weekly disadvantage if he's your starter.
133. Antonio Gates -- He can still play, but Chargers offense is a nightmare.
134. Rob Housler -- Palmer peppered Brandon Myers with targets last year.
135. Michael Bush -- Start-ability is wholly dependent on Forte going down.
136. Christine Michael -- Better than Turbin. Possible RB1 if Lynch gets hurt.
137. Willis McGahee -- 32 in October. Coming off knee surgery and broken leg.
138. DeAngelo Williams -- Might be more interesting if Panthers released him.
139. Knowshon Moreno -- Figure he'll be Ball's primary competition in camp.
140. Brandon LaFell -- Just not great talent. Could lose job to Domenik Hixon.
141. Santonio Holmes -- Injured. When healthy, plays when he wants to play.
142. Brian Hartline -- Wallace signing hurts and he's never scored touchdowns.
143. Mohamed Sanu -- Flashed red-zone chops as rookie. Limited upside.
144. Andre Roberts -- Could be Arians' new version of Hilton/Antonio Brown.
145. Michael Floyd -- May continue to struggle to overtake Andre Roberts.
146. Pierre Thomas -- Passable RB2/flex if Sproles or Ingram goes down.
147. Robert Turbin -- Christine Michael could beat him out behind Lynch.
148. Fred Jackson -- 32 years old. Didn't look like the same back in 2012.
149. Denard Robinson -- Has playmaking ability. Flex starter if MJD gets hurt.
150. Mikel Leshoure -- Still on the radar, but needs Bush injury to matter.
In the Hunt: Sam Bradford, Carson Palmer, Ryan Tannehill, Brandon Weeden, Andy Dalton, Alex Smith, Jake Locker, E.J. Manuel, Kirk Cousins, Christian Ponder, Mike Tolbert, Chris Givens, Joique Bell, Marcel Reece, Danny Woodhead, Roy Helu, Nate Washington, Greg Little, Jacoby Jones, Vincent Brown, Dustin Keller, Fred Davis, Dwayne Allen, James Casey, Travis Kelce, Tyler Eifert, Kerwynn Williams, Rod Streater, Dexter McCluster, Jeremy Kerley, Rueben Randle, A.J. Jenkins, LaVon Brazill, Joe Morgan, Rex Burkhead, Jermaine Gresham, Coby Fleener.