As the college football season passes the midway mark, here's a projection of which players would be taken first in the 2007 NFL draft. <br><br>Georgia Tech's game-breaking and game-controlling receiver is destined to be a Top 3 pick.
2 of 10Robert Beck/SI
A broken collarbone won't hurt the Oklahoma running back's draft grade. He was able to prove his worth to scouts prior to the injury.
3 of 10Simon Bruty/SI
Though he's been a little disappointing this season, the Notre Dame senior still has the tools to be a franchise quarterback at the next level.
4 of 10Robert Beck/SI
Baker is a dominant pass protector who has shown great improvement as a run blocker for USC this year.
5 of 10Damian Strohmeyer/SI
Ted Ginn Jr.
The Ohio State Buckeye possesses the home-run hitting speed to break games open as a receiver or a return specialist.
6 of 10John Biever/SI
Branch is a powerful defender who commands double and triple teams in the middle of the Michigan line.
7 of 10John Biever/SI
Thomas is an outstanding pass blocker for Wisconsin who many think could be a Top 5 selection.
8 of 10John W. McDonough/SI
The explosive Lynch is a complete ball-handler who has combined power and speed at Cal.
9 of 10AP
Hall is a shutdown corner who has opposing quarterbacks throwing away from him at Michigan.
10 of 10Paul Abell/US PRESSWIRE
Highly rated coming into the year, Moses struggled through a nonproductive first half of the season at Georgia, but he still has the physical skills that will make him a top pick.
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