The seventh round pick I think is for taking chances on guys who the experts think have little pro potential, but are worth a shot anyway. Some great players weren't even drafted and ended up being stars, like Kurt Warner, Jake Delhomme, Antonio Gates, and Priest Holmes. Are there any graduating players that you know of, that you would like to take a chance on in the seventh round or pick up after the draft if nobody takes them? I don't think there are any right or wrong answers here. Just some guys that you like. I have a few. Drew Olson, QB, UCLA - I'm not a draft expert, but this guy threw 34 TDs and only 6 INTs last year. That alone I think makes him worth a peek. He should've been a Heisman candidate in my opinion, and I think he's got great leadership ability. He headed a lot of dramatic comeback wins for UCLA. Bruce Eugene, QB, Grambling - I don't know if anyone saw this guy, but he is a BIG GUY. He's a QB, but he's like 280 pounds. Despite that, somehow he's actually pretty mobile, a great leader, and he broke a ton of passing records at Grambling. He has experience. He's just a bit raw for pro offenses and really fat. Domata Peko, DT, Michigan State - Another big dude. This guy was a great run-stuffer at Michigan State. I don't know if anyone remembers, but last year, he returned a fumble about 80 yards for a TD. What makes it memorable is that he weighs at least 300 pounds and still managed to waddle all the way down the field. Jai Lewis, George Mason - There's just something magical about those George Mason basketball players. He thinks his ability on the court can translate to the NFL, and maybe it will, maybe it won't. He could be a TE or a LB. Of course none of these guys are probably great enough to take chances on with good picks, but at the end of the draft? Yeah, why not?