If I'm ranking them, it goes:
1. Adrian Peterson
2. Gaines Adams
3. Leon Hall
4. Alan Branch
5. Jamaal Anderson
6. LaRon Landry
7. Reggie Nelson
8. Justin Blalock
9. Dwayne Jarrett
Although I'd drop Jarrett completely off my list. Same with Blalock. Both are good players, but picking either at No. 10 is a major reach. Jarrett is a great talent, but reminds me too much of Plaxico Burress. He seemingly lacks drive, a complaint i had about Michael Jenkins when he came out. Blalock is a good player from everything I've seen, but I don't see him as a star OT. IMO, he's a late round pick, that could help solidify our line, but IMO he'll wind up being only an above average starting OT in the NFL, similar to Todd Weiner on his good days.
From what I've seen of Branch, I like him. BUt he could go the route of Ngata or Jimmy Kennedy. His size concerns me and when you start drafting players over 320 pounds, work ethic and playing shape have to become concerns. Branch is listed at 6-6/330 right now, so he's built more like John Henderson than those others. But Gabe Watson, another UM DT is still pretty fresh on my mind.
Anderson, I like his size and athleticism. I haven't seen him play so I really don't have much to say on him. I'm just always a little concerned about DEs that have all the great numbers on paper, because more often than not they don't wind up becoming good NFL players. I usually prefer the guys that are too short or too light because it usually means they've worked a little harder to get where they are currently at, as opposed to the 6-6/280 pound guy who probably has simply gotten by on just being a better athlete than everybody else.
Landry and Nelson are basically interchangable. Landry is a bit tougher against the run, while Nelson is the superior in coverage. But both would be good picks.
I like Peterson, because IMO the best thing for Petrino to do is to add a RB that alone can be a force. IMO, Peterson (if he's healthy) can be that sort of LT to Vick. A guy that will take the pressure off Vick to perform.