2010 NFL Draft: Defensive Tackle Rankings

February 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There's little doubt as to who the top two defensive tackles are in this year's draft, but after the two big guys (who are likely top-five picks), there's a muddled group that hold a lot of potential.

Read on for the top defensive tackles in the 2010 NFL Draft:

1. Ndamukong Suh (Nebraska)
Do we really even have to go here? Suh is by far the best DT prospect, as he possesses unmatched size and athleticism for the position (in his class). With 12.5 sacks and 24.5 tackles for loss, Suh has proven to be a dominant force in both run support and rushing the passer.
He has some minor questions about his frame, but there is little doubt that he'll be an absolute stud defensive tackle at the next level.

2. Gerald McCoy (Oklahoma)
While Suh is far and away the number one DT, McCoy is easily the next safe bet at the position, and completely owns the rest of the competition in the 2010 draft class.
McCoy has good size and athleticism, almost always pu...

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