Finally, we have Ndamukong Suh, who in my opinion is the guy with the hardest name to spell in the entire draft, in addition to being the best player. The 6'4" 300 lb defensive tackle from Nebraska was chosen second overall by the Detroit Lions.
Suh is a physcial specimen, with unprecedented strength and ability to stop both the run and the pass. His power and size will allow for him to go head to head with some of the top lineman in the NFL right out of the gate.
Other things that stand out about Suh are his superb penetration, backfield and pursuit tackling ability, his adeptness for clogging holes, his work ethic, demeanor, and leadership.
Last year, Suh was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, and winner of the 2009 Associated Press College Player of the Year Award, Rotary Lombardi Award, Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Chuck Bednarik Award, and the Bill Willis Award, as well as being named a unanimous All-American and the 2009 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year.
His 82 tackles and 12 sacks were some of the best numbers in the country. Suh will prove this year that he is one of the best players from this draft class and justify the Lions decision to build their defense around him. He is a marvelous to a team that desperately needed a guy like Suh.
So, as the journey begins for these 10 players, our list concludes. These are some of the finest players from the 2010 draft class, and it will be exciting to watch each and every one of them flourish in the years to come.