2011 NFL Draft: Power Ranking the Top 10 Hard-Hitting Safeties in the 2011 Draft

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2011 NFL Draft: Power Ranking the Top 10 Hard-Hitting Safeties in the 2011 Draft
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On defense, safety is my favorite position to play.

Safeties can act as the quarterback of a defense. They can oversee it all. Some have arguably the best instincts and ball-hawking skills on the defense.

Some of the greatest hitters in NFL history have come from the safety position.

Ronnie Lott, Ed Reed, Brian Dawkins and Jack Tatum are some of the hardest-hitting safeties in NFL history.

Safeties can build up great speed as they eye their prey on the gridiron set to make a devastating tackle.

Where does my top ranked safety, Rahim Moore out of UCLA, rank among the top 10?

Which safeties in this year’s draft class can we look forward to seeing in the NFL in 2011 unleashing pain on opposing ball carriers?

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