Possible Sleepers

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  1. AlbinoRat

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    Post any sleepers you can think of.

    Mine are Drew Tate QB Iowa, he is a pro style qb with huge potential, considered a first round pick prior to this year. Injured part of the season.

    Garrett Wolfe RB Northern Illinois

    Eldra Buckley RB UT-Chattanooga Suprise. Power Runner that shaved his forty from 4.8 to 4.48 in the course of a year.
     
  2. htownfoozball

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    laurent robinson WR 6'2 200lbs 4.38 40yd

    brad ekwerekwu WR 6'4 210lbs ran a 4.30 at his 2nd proday...insane at his size.

    roderick rogers FS 6'1 190lbs

    dedrick harrington LB 6'3 250lbs 4.7 40yd

    dallas sartz LB 6'5 235lbs 4.7 40yd
     
  3. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    I am making a list of about 40 guys not playing D1A that I think might be able to contribute to an nfl team. I am just waiting for the pro days to finish up, and I will put it on the new message boards as soon as I am done.
     
  4. BSofA04

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    DT Marcus Thomas..Florida
    At the begginning of the season, him and Branch were expected to be the first two DTs picked in the draft. Unfortunantly, he made a mistake and got kicked off the football team. I read an article about how he went home to spend time with family/high school coaches. Being away from the game really opened his eyes and now he's out to prove doubters. Seems like he learned his lesson and he's projected to go in the 3rd. The guy is a sack machine and would help solidify our Dline.
     
  5. K.D.

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    The wr from Lane College, i just can't remember his name to save @ss!!
     
  6. YoungTexanFan

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    This is my guy as well.




    OLB Durant from Hampton.

    Justin Hickman UCLA

    Kareem Brown DT Miami
     
  7. mexican_texan

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    Jay Moore Nebraska LB/DE

    Baraka Atkins Miami DL

    Franklin Dunbar, LT, Middle Tennessee State. Not in the draft, but my sleeper for next year....
     
  8. kastofsna

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    Nello Faulk, LT, FAU - physically reminds me of d'brickashaw ferguson. would fit well in the ZBS. looking to be the first ever FAU player drafted. very good 7th round pick. big-time leader throughout his career, on and off the field.
     


  9. threetoedpete

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    Miceal McFaddin. Jacob Ford...I expect a 3-4 team to snap up ford. I don't know if Quincy Black can be considered a sleeper any more. He had the best numbers of any LB in the combine. Whether or not that translates into a high day two pick we'll see.
    Tennesse has a boat load of picks and if I was tramping for a guy to groom to replace Bullock...that would be my guy. Free agents...Chriss White the center for USC. I like the gaurd from So Miss. Not Baptise, but the other guy as a free agent also. We're loaded at gaurd. I doubt the Texans will take him.
     
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    all good picks there Mexico. Jay Moore had a little more lead in his britches he'd be a perfect DE oposite Mario.
     
  11. Please_Evolve

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    Gary Russell RB Minnesota
     
  12. WILLIEG

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    My three sleepers are OLB, Quincy Black out of New Mexico: CB, Courtney Black out of Cal Poly: and WR, Steve Breaston out of Michigan.
     
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    Croutney BROWN. Wouldn't mind seeing those two four and five. nice picks.
     
  14. beerlover

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    I guess you really are the NFL draft expert :elmo: I've some film of this guy & he does have the body & skill-set to develop into a solid NFL prospect. probably go in one of those supplemental picks so if the Texans want him would require using a 6th rd. pick. very tempting especially if they don't take Levi in the 1st or trade down to Staley.

    Speaking of which if Miami takes Levi, Katz will be very happy :dance2:
     
  15. kastofsna

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    there aren't too many players that i would be upset with miami taking at #9. lots of good players in that area.
     
  16. awtysst

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    Do you think we would use a 7th on him?
     
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    didn't he show up super fat and turtle slow to the combine? After he got booted from school he ate Twinkies and drank Big Red instead of staying in shape.
     
  18. kastofsna

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    certainly. i think teams see enough potential to draft him, without a doubt.
     
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    Tony Ugoh, Ryan Harris, Rufus Alexander, Drew Stanton, Eric Weddle
     
  20. bigbrewster2000

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    I would consider none of those guys to be sleepers.
     

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