2010 NFL Draft: Top Safeties

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the 2010 NFL Draft just a month away, I will be highlighting the top players at each position in this year's class.

These are my top safety prospects available in the 2010 NFL Draft.

1. Eric Berry, Tennessee

A three-time All-SEC selection during his final three seasons with the Volunteers, Berry racked up 245 tackles and 14 interceptions in 39 career games.

The undisputed top safety in this year's class, Berry is a playmaker in the mold of Ed Reed and should come off the board sometime in this year's top 10 picks.

2. Earl Thomas, Texas

Just a two-year starter for the Longhorns after redshirting in 2007, Thomas finished his career with 10 interceptions in 27 games, including an eight-interception performance in 2009.

A likely top-20 pick, Thomas has fantastic speed that could allow him to project at both cornerback or free safety at the next level.

3. Taylor Mays, Southern Calif...

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