Choices Bradley Roby Jack Mewhort Ryan Shazier Braxton Miller Carlos Hyde Joran Hall Corey Brown Christian Bryant CJ Barnett Vote Comments Show All Comments cplunk 12 Aug 2013, 7:32 am Voted Roby, although this Joran Hall guy sounds intriguing. droessl 12 Aug 2013, 8:47 am Joran Hall might be worried about Donre Wilson taking some of his PT this year. Earle 12 Aug 2013, 10:24 am Jain Marhall might have something to say about that, too. Edit: Ha! I was just responding to Droessl's comment and never even noticed the typos in the poll or in the first comment. I generally don't comment on typos unless they are unintentionally funny I just thought Droessl was an idiot. No, seriously, I just figured he was using his phone. Snarkies gonna snark. Hovenaut Mod 12 Aug 2013, 10:19 am The staff gets a 'D' for spelling today. You know what, I'm in a decent mood.....make that a 'D+'. http://days.to/7-september/2015 Rock on. Buckeye_in_SEC_... 12 Aug 2013, 7:57 am I voted Shazier because he has kept his nose clean while Roby has run into a little bit of trouble. Got to remember that NFL teams are looking at character also when they draft a kid. P.S. I couldn't vote Spence because he's only a sophomore. I believe he has the highest upside of the players on our team at this point. Northbrook 12 Aug 2013, 9:08 am Mewhort, Roby, Brown Jugdish 12 Aug 2013, 9:28 am Offensive linemen went high this past year so my pick was Mewhort. Our Oline will be key to the Bucks success this year. Remember to get your wolverine spayed or neutered. TBDBITL Kvs66 12 Aug 2013, 9:34 am The NFL requires wrapping to tackle, so the famous "bump" of Bryant keeps him at 0% kvs Kindell 12 Aug 2013, 10:49 am I think Mewhort is a guy who can really raise his stock this year. I went with Roby though because there has been consistant reports of him running a 4.3 the past couple of years. If he measures out well with his height and runs a 4.3, he could jump into the top 10 for someone who needs a corner. Urban Nation Army 12 Aug 2013, 1:05 pm I can see why Spence/Washington aren't choices yet, but one of them could very well be the best answer. Bet you can't say "Bert Bielma is a bumbling buffoon" five times fast. Knarcisi 12 Aug 2013, 1:17 pm Roby obviously presents the most in a prospect, with the premium that are CBs for the NFL. I think Hyde, Shazier, Mewhort, and Bryant, if he can sure up his tackling, are solid prospects. And if Braxton proresses like he has, I do think he can play QB in the league. cal3713 12 Aug 2013, 1:36 pm In the future, can you please alphabetize these poll lists so there's no bias in the ordering? macbraddy 12 Aug 2013, 1:47 pm I say Braxton . Most important position in football and the type of hard working and intelligent person/player that he is makes him the best prospect. I don't think talent is an issue either. Go Bucks!!! 2014nationalchamps 12 Aug 2013, 1:55 pm Roby hands down. If he has the yr that we expect, he will be a top 5-10 pick. Miller will prob be back for next yr, Shazier seems like a mid-late first rounder, and the rest of the guys on that most likely wont be 1st rounders. O-H-I-O for life 2014nationalchamps 12 Aug 2013, 1:57 pm looking at the voting list, Im wondering who is the one vote for Jordan Hall. I didnt realize he visited this website. O-H-I-O for life Crimson 12 Aug 2013, 2:37 pm Yeah, and Corey "Pittsburg" Brown created 5 accounts to vote for himself. #SAD luckynutz 12 Aug 2013, 4:07 pm Went with mewhort. Wonder why norwell isn't on this list...he also has potential to be a guy who has a long career as an nfl lineman. Offensive line ia the position with the least amount of variables that can derail a career. They both pass the eye test...they look like pro caliber o linemen. corveyer 12 Aug 2013, 5:58 pm I was wondering the same thing. I went with Roby in a toss up over Mewhort and Shazier. That said I would have voted for Norwell if he was an option, I also would have been tempted to choose Rod Smith if he was a choice as I think he could be a guy who has a better pro than college career. Hyde has an NFL future but I wonder about his durability as an every down back at the next level. However, I think Braxton has the most potential of anyone, it will be very interesting to see how he has progressed as a passer during this off-season. CentralFloridaB... 12 Aug 2013, 6:10 pm There are many there. Roby can be a Top 10 pick. I think a lot of guys could go in the 1st round if they have a great year and the team has as good of year as we think they can. Go Buckeyes14 12 Aug 2013, 6:26 pm I dont know why more people aren't pick Mewhort. I have a feeling he will be a franchise left tackle at the next level. Nick1 12 Aug 2013, 6:35 pm I voted for Shazier. I think the possibility of Roby missing a game or 2 might affect his draft stock and bump Shazier up a few. Hootie159 12 Aug 2013, 8:55 pm Adolphus Washington steensn 12 Aug 2013, 8:58 pm Roby hands down, this isn't even a contest when comes to potential. THe thing is, we have so many NFL quality guys you can still make a list and ask the question :) GlueFingers Lavelli 12 Aug 2013, 11:02 pm Gotta go with Cactus Jack. Guy should be a starting guard next level for sure. Dustin Fox was our leading tackler as a corner.... because his guy always caught the ball. Buckeye Chuck 13 Aug 2013, 12:29 am I suspect the real answer is "Adolphus Washington," but that's assuming too much just yet. So I voted for Roby. The most "loud mouth, disrespect" poster on 11W. cswig 13 Aug 2013, 3:47 am Maybe not the best, but the surest bet is Bryce Haynes. If you're a good enough long snapper to get a full ride, you're good enough to suit up on Sundays.