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    Career and 2011 data, bio information and projections for every ranked defensive end are below. Players are ranked based on PredictionMachine.com's 2012 projected statistics. Read more about how rankings and projections are done.

    Defensive End Bios

    Rank Player Height Weight School 2011 Games Career Games
    1 Vinny Curry 6'4" 263 Marshall 13 45
    2 Nick Perry 6'3" 250 USC 12 38
    3 Quinton Coples 6'6" 285 North Carolina 13 51
    4 Jared Crick 6'6" 285 Nebraska 5 40
    5 Andre Branch 6'5" 260 Clemson 13 48
    6 Malik Jackson 6'5" 270 Tennessee 12 46
    7 Frank Alexander 6'4" 255 Oklahoma 13 48
    8 Chandler Jones 6'5" 265 Syracuse 7 32
    9 Jake Bequette 6'5" 271 Arkansas 10 48
    10 Cordarro Law 6'2" 261 Southern Miss 14 53
    11 Jacquies Smith 6'4" 255 Missouri 11 40
    12 Julian Miller 6'4" 268 West Virginia 13 52
    13 Grant Hunter 6'2" 243 Butler 12 40
    14 Tyrone Crawford 6'4" 273 Boise State 13 25
    15 Ryan Van Bergen 6'6" 288 Michigan 13 50
    16 Scott Solomon 6'3" 270 Rice 12 47
    17 Logan Harrell 6'2" 275 Fresno State 13 51
    18 Trevor Guyton 6'3" 280 California 13 43
    19 Derrick Shelby 6'3" 271 Utah 13 47
    20 Justin Francis 6'4" 275 Rutgers 13 43
    21 Jack Crawford 6'5" 273 Penn State 13 49
    22 Cam Johnson 6'4" 270 Virginia 12 42
    23 Billy Winn 6'4" 300 Boise State 13 53
    24 Olivier Vernon 6'4" 265 Miami 6 30
    25 Donte Paige-Moss 6'4" 260 North Carolina 13 34
    26 Ernest Owusu 6'5" 270 California 13 43
    27 Taylor Thompson 6'6" 287 SMU 13 50

    2011 Defensive End Stats

    Rank Player Tackles Sacks TFL FF
    1 Vinny Curry 61 11.0 22.0 7
    2 Nick Perry 43 9.5 13.0 3
    3 Quinton Coples 42 7.5 15.0 3
    4 Jared Crick 15 1.0 2.5 0
    5 Andre Branch 55 10.5 17.0 1
    6 Malik Jackson 56 3.0 14.0 2
    7 Frank Alexander 45 8.5 19.0 3
    8 Chandler Jones 34 4.5 7.5 2
    9 Jake Bequette 20 11.0 10.5 5
    10 Cordarro Law 52 9.5 22.0 4
    11 Jacquies Smith 30 5.0 9.0 4
    12 Julian Miller 43 6.0 11.0 2
    13 Grant Hunter 35 9.0 14.5 1
    14 Tyrone Crawford 32 6.5 13.5 3
    15 Ryan Van Bergen 35 5.5 12.5 1
    16 Scott Solomon 46 8.5 13.5 1
    17 Logan Harrell 56 6.0 17.0 3
    18 Trevor Guyton 34 5.5 12.5 2
    19 Derrick Shelby 41 5.0 10.0 0
    20 Justin Francis 49 6.5 13.0 0
    21 Jack Crawford 29 6.5 7.5 0
    22 Cam Johnson 22 4.0 11.0 2
    23 Billy Winn 27 3.0 8.0 1
    24 Olivier Vernon 17 1.5 3.5 1
    25 Donte Paige-Moss 22 2.0 4.0 0
    26 Ernest Owusu 24 4.5 7.5 1
    27 Taylor Thompson 32 8.0 9.5 6

    Career Defensive End Stats

    Rank Player Tackles Sacks TFL FF Season High Sacks
    1 Vinny Curry 175 26.5 49.0 10 12.0
    2 Nick Perry 83 21.5 29.5 5 9.5
    3 Quinton Coples 112 23.0 40.5 5 10.0
    4 Jared Crick 121 20.0 29.5 1 9.5
    5 Andre Branch 134 17.5 34.0 1 10.5
    6 Malik Jackson 126 13.5 26.0 4 5.0
    7 Frank Alexander 113 20.5 44.0 6 8.5
    8 Chandler Jones 124 10.0 27.0 5 4.5
    9 Jake Bequette 95 23.5 31.0 8 10.5
    10 Cordarro Law 151 28.0 54.0 14 9.5
    11 Jacquies Smith 150 13.0 26.0 6 5.5
    12 Julian Miller 143 27.5 42.5 4 9.0
    13 Grant Hunter 118 34.5 54.0 3 14.0
    14 Tyrone Crawford 55 13.5 27.0 4 7.0
    15 Ryan Van Bergen 105 14.5 27.5 1 5.5
    16 Scott Solomon 169 24.0 43.5 4 8.5
    17 Logan Harrell 114 18.5 24.5 4 10.5
    18 Trevor Guyton 63 11.0 25.0 3 5.5
    19 Derrick Shelby 119 11.0 28.0 5 5.0
    20 Justin Francis 81 12.0 23.0 1 6.5
    21 Jack Crawford 64 14.0 26.5 1 6.5
    22 Cam Johnson 102 12.5 32.5 3 6.5
    23 Billy Winn 99 16.0 37.0 3 6.0
    24 Olivier Vernon 66 9.0 21.5 1 6.0
    25 Donte Paige-Moss 65 11.0 19.5 1 7.0
    26 Ernest Owusu 44 8.0 14.0 1 4.5
    27 Taylor Thompson 107 18.0 22.5 6 8.0

    2012 NFL Defensive End Projections

    Rank Player Tackles Sacks TFL
    1 Vinny Curry 49.5 7.0 9.4
    2 Nick Perry 40.7 7.7 9.7
    3 Quinton Coples 39.7 6.8 6.4
    4 Jared Crick 41.1 7.6 7.8
    5 Andre Branch 47.2 6.0 8.9
    6 Malik Jackson 53.9 4.1 8.2
    7 Frank Alexander 37.8 6.0 7.8
    8 Chandler Jones 56.3 5.3 5.0
    9 Jake Bequette 27.6 8.1 6.2
    10 Cordarro Law 38.2 5.9 3.9
    11 Jacquies Smith 43.6 4.9 6.2
    12 Julian Miller 38.9 6.0 7.0
    13 Grant Hunter 19.3 4.1 4.5
    14 Tyrone Crawford 28.5 6.1 4.9
    15 Ryan Van Bergen 33.6 4.3 6.7
    16 Scott Solomon 39.7 5.4 4.4
    17 Logan Harrell 38.4 4.0 4.6
    18 Trevor Guyton 28.7 4.1 3.8
    19 Derrick Shelby 36.9 3.6 4.6
    20 Justin Francis 34.7 3.7 2.8
    21 Jack Crawford 25.8 4.7 2.5
    22 Cam Johnson 24.9 4.1 3.4
    23 Billy Winn 26.2 4.1 3.3
    24 Olivier Vernon 30.5 4.4 3.3
    25 Donte Paige-Moss 23.5 3.9 3.3
    26 Ernest Owusu 19.4 2.8 4.2
    27 Taylor Thompson 23.5 3.6 2.0
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