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100. Miles Austin, Wide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys: The talent to be an elite wide receiver. Receives more hype than might be warranted due to playing for Dallas Cowboys.
99. Zach Miller, Tight End, Oakland Raiders: An up-and-coming tight end for the dismal Oakland Raiders. With a better, more consistent quarterback, he could become elite.
98. Ovie Mughelli, Fullback, Atlanta Falcons: You won't see many fullbacks rated this high anywhere else. Mughelli is simply the best at what he does.
97. Matt Cassel, Quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs: Had a brilliant 2010 season. Will shoot up our rankings if he repeats in 2011.
96. Tyson Clabo, Offensive Tackle, Atlanta Falcons: One of the most underrated right tackles in the NFL. A key to the success in Atlanta.
95. Brandon Lloyd, Wide Receiver, Denver Broncos: Lloyd was a candidate for Comeback Player of the Year after washing out in his other NFL stops. He quickly became the best receiver for the pass-happy Broncos.
94. Rich Seubert, Offensive Line, New York Giants: Over the course of his career, Seubert has played guard, center and even tight end. He was the 2010 Giants team MVP.
93. Jeremy Maclin, Wide Receiver, Philadelphia Eagles: Not many players in the NFL have Maclin's ability to separate from a defense. He is one of the most dangerous young players in the game.
92. Carl Nicks, Offensive Guard, New Orleans Saints: A fifth-round draft choice to play offensive tackle, Nicks has found his niche at right guard for the offensive juggernaut Saints.
91. Chris Harris, Safety, Chicago Bears: Surprised to see Harris on our list? His 2010 season was among the best of any safety in the NFL.
90. Champ Bailey, Cornerback, Denver Broncos: A future Hall of Famer, but his best days are long gone. Bailey is still a solid No. 2 cover man and irreplaceable leader.
89. Tony Gonzalez, Tight End, Atlanta Falcons: Another player destined for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Gonzalez doesn't have game-breaking speed anymore, but makes up for it with smart play.
88. Donald Penn, Offensive Tackle, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: An emerging talent at left tackle, Penn is becoming known as one of the best run blockers in the NFL at his position.
87. LeSean McCoy, Running Back, Philadelphia Eagles: If his 2010 season was a hint of what to expect in the future, LeSean McCoy will be moving up this list quickly.
86. Wes Welker, Wide Receiver, New England Patriots: Not a physically dominating player, but smart, tough and the perfect target for Tom Brady and the Patriots' spread offense.
85. Brent Grimes, Cornerback, Atlanta Falcons: Overshadowed by Dunta Robinson playing opposite him, Grimes might be the best cornerback most NFL fans have never heard of.