Thanks to everyone who has responded so far.
CC - I really respect your opinion as you seem to have a wealth of knowledge about the college game. I was wondering:
-Out of that list, who will be the best pro's? Is it McFadden? Anyone else who might have a solid NFL career? Who would you compare McFadden to that is in the NFL now?
McFadden looks like he will be a really good one, his running game reminds me of Addai a bit, but he is a lot more versatile a back. McFadden is not quite the prospect Peterson or Bush was, but he is probably the 3rd best RB prospect we have seen in the last 5-7 years.
Jonathon Stewart is a great RB prospect that I have been hyping since he was a freshman and I think is a top 10 talent. Think a more physical Frank Gore.
Felix Jones is McFadden's backup but has over 1000 yards and is averaging more YPC than DMC this year, I think he will go back to school next year and get a chance to carry the load.
Mendenhall should be a nice NFL back and is having a great season at Illinois, he is debatable to come out this year, but he should be a late 1st kind of guy.
Ray Rice has been great at Rutgers and while I am not completely sold on him as an NFL workhorse, he has the potential, he does have a lot of mileage in college though.
Charles and Slaton are both speed backs that I see as guys that would be ideal in a RBBC.
James Davis has speed and power and will leave school because he is the 2nd best RB on his team (sophmore CJ Spiller will be a top 10 pick when he comes out) I like him a lot as a prospect.
Hart is a workhorse with great vision, great toughness, and who never goes down on the first hit. He is small and not a burner though, so he will not be a very high pick, he could continue to play well at the next level.
Torain is coming off an injury, so it remains to be seen how good he will be when he gets back.
Hope that helped.