While the 2011 NFL season is winding to a close, teams are positioning themselves down the stretch for the right to for NFL post season opportunity. The College scouting staffs are preparing for Bowl Games, Senior All Star games (Senior Bowl, East-West, Texas vs. Nation). The players in Red bold type are new to the listing.

The following is a breakdown by position of the top Offensive Seniors that I have evaluated to this point, these players will make an impact in the 2011 NFL Draft. Lists are alpha by position.

QUARTERBACKS:

Andy Dalton TCU

Pat Devlin Delaware

Nathan Enderle Idaho

Jerrod Johnson Texas A&M (Ath)

Jake Locker Washington

Christian Ponder Florida State

Ricky Stanzi Iowa

Colin Kaepernick Nevada

Tyrod Taylor Virginia Tech

Scott Tolzien Wisconsin

Running Backs:

Delone Carter Syracuse

Graig Cooper Miami (FL)

Noel Devine West Virginia

Kendall Hunter Oklahoma State

DeMarco Murray Oklahoma

Evan Royster Penn State

Daniel Thomas Kansas State

Anthony Allen Georgia Tech

Sahaun Chapas Georgia

Stanley Havili USC (Fullback)

Roy Helu Nebraska (Fullback)

WIDE RECEIVERS:

Dwayne Harris East Carolina State (RS)

Leonard Hankerson Miami

Jerrel Jernigan Troy (RS)

Jeremy Kerley TCU (RS)

Austin Pettis Boise State

Titus Young Boise State (RS)

Armon Binns Cincinnati

Vidal Hazelton Cincinnati

Ronald Johnson USC

Terrence Toliver LSU

TIGHT ENDS:

Lance Kendricks Wisconsin

Weslye Saunders South Carolina

Lee Smith Marshall

D.J. Williams Arkansas

Kyle Adams Purdue

Richard Gordon Miami

Virgil Green Nevada

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN:

Tackles

Marcus Cannon TCU

Anthony Castonzo Boston College

DeMarcus Love Arkansas

Nate Solder Colorado

Clint Boling Georgia

Gabe Carimi Wisconsin

Marcus Gilbert Florida

Guards

Orlando Franklin Miami

Rodney Hudson Florida State

Ben Ijalana Villanova

Daniel Watkins Baylor

Ray Dominguez Arkansas

Orlando Franklin Miami

Andrew Jackson Fresno St