I just wanted to run my observations so far in hopes of finding some underrated players. Hopefully this won't be too long winded. The 2005 draft has two good examples to start with. Lofa Tatupu and Odell Thurman. Both look to be stars and had two things in common. They both played for solid defenses on teams with players more hyped than themselves. Brandon Jones fits into this category too. Odell had personality issues that may have caused his drop and Tatupu was a "reach" at the time according to many. It seems highly likely we will take Bush or trade for picks and grab an o-lineman early. Hopefully this will be the first of several years where we draft high quality 2nd and 3rd rounders so for the sake of this dialogue I will focus on who we may take at #33, #65, and #66. Deep sleepers are another topic. I will focus on defense and just say I would be all for Gilles or another o-lineman at #33 if we take Reggie. Teams with solid defenses under the radar due to weak offenses, poor bowl performance, or simply have several star players. 1) Miami-Roger McIntosh, Orien Harris 2) Texas-Michael Huff, Rodrique Wright 3) LSU-Kyle Williams, Laron Landry 4) Tennessee-Parys Haralson, Jason Allen, Jesse Mahelona, Kevin Simon 5) Alabama-Demeco Ryans, Charlie Peprah, Freddie Roach 6) Georgia-Greg Blue, Demarrio Minter This is a short list of a quickly generated group of players that either don't stick out because of all the quality around them or in some cases like my vols just had a dismal season. Obviously some are better than others but all have a lot of potential and a greater possibilty of sliding. I'm sure I missed several from these teams and others so feel free to throw some more names in if they fit the mold. This draft seems deep so it's possible to find high quality in the 4th or possibly even later.