Bill Parcells is no longer a part of the Miami Dolphins, but he's still a part of the football community. He has a bit on ESPN to talk about the draft and, in the background, is Parcell's Big Board of players. After a lot of pausing and print screening, I was able to come up with a fair amount of his graded prospects:
1st: Newton, Gabbert
2nd: Mallett, Ponder, Locker
3rd: Dalton, Kaepernick
1st: Green, Jones
2nd: Smith, Cobb, Young
3rd: Hankerson, Baldwin, Pettis, Jernigan, Gates (?)
2nd: Williams, Thomas, Leshoure
3rd: Murray, Hunter
1st: Solder, Smith, Castonzo
2nd: Sherrod, Reid
3rd: Cannon, Carimi, Ijalana
2nd: Watkins, Wisniewski
3rd: Carpenter, Rackley
4th: Boling, Moffitt
See his defensive rankings after the jump!
1st: Watt, Bowers, Heyward, Jordan, Quinn, Clayborne
2nd: Bailey, Acho
3rd: Ballard, Sheard, McPhee
1st: Dareus, Fairley, Taylor, Wilkerson
2nd: Liuget, Paea, Austin
3rd: Nevis, Ellis, Powell, Jenkins
1st: Miller, Smith, Kerrigan
2nd: Ayers, Moch, Houston
2nd: Wilson, Carter
3rd: Matthews, Sheppard, Homan
4th: Jones, Sturdivant
2nd: Moore, McDaniel
1st: Peterson, Amukamara
2nd: Smith, Williams, Brown(?), Harris
There are some question marks as I couldn't completely discern the footage, but I feel like this is a pretty solid compilation of Parcell's board. First thing I notice is that Parcells is planning for a heavy 4-3 defense, where the linebackers have to be beefy. The offensive line is based on potential, as opposed to certainty, as surprise player Jah Reid out of UCF passes even Carimi, who drops to the third.
While I'm not sure if this board will happen, it's important to see how one of the top evaluators of talent has set his board, especially one who has had so much influence on Belichick.
If you see any differences, post in the comments and I'll edit it into the list.