Texas Tech receiver Michael Crabtree began the season as a top-10 prospect for the 2009 NFL draft. After another stellar season, Crabtree may now be the top pospect of them all. Get inside for an updated top 100 from our NFL draft partners at the National Football Post.[details]
The Good: A gifted athlete who plays near the line of scrimmage and shows the power to hold the point of attack and chase down the ball toward the perimeter. Has a good first step and is athletically gifted in space. Redirects very cleanly for his size. Showcases great range in zone coverage and an ability to run with tight ends down the field. A solid wrap-up guy. The Bad: Gets a bit tight hipped in coverage and doesn't have a real fluid back pedal. More of a run-and-hit linebacker and at times will take himself out of plays and overrun the ball. Is washed out of plays too easily inside.