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    Under the radar guys

    I am gonna list a few of my favorite under the radar guys (probably 4th round or later projected) I watched some of their game films from draftbreakdown. S/O to redeye, the site is great all the people who cut those films including yourself are doing a great job. For round projections I am using CBS sports

    Shaquil Barrett OLB Colorado St- 2 sacks vs Bama. 1 on Cyrus Kouandjio who is one of the top OT in the draft. (7-FA)

    Boseko Lokombo OLB Oregon http://draftbreakdown.com/video/bose...-vs-ucla-2013/ Idk if they do this every game but they placed his guy all over the place it looked like. He looks like he has really good coverage skills for a LB and looked nice on those blitzes. Looks fast for a LB (projected 4-5)

    Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB Nebraska- huge corner 6'2 or 6'3 I like his coverage skills but needs to work on his tackling. Tons of skill but needs to work hard, has a ton of potential (6th round)

    Clive Walford TE Miami- http://draftbreakdown.com/video/cliv...d-vs-fau-2013/ Looks like a really good blocker at TE and can catch the ball... all we need (Not on CBS sports for some reason haha)

    L'Damian Washington WR Missouri- 6'4 runs a 4.3 according to announcers. Beats Florida deep twice http://draftbreakdown.com/video/ldam...-florida-2013/ (6th round)

    Trevor Reilly DE/OLB Utah- Plays all over the place, versatile player http://draftbreakdown.com/video/trev...y-vs-usc-2013/ (5th round)

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    I will add some more once I get around to watching some more film. These are a few guys that I like that are under the radar and at positions that we could use. You guys can let me know what you think and add some of your own if you like. It would be much appreciated!

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    I'm with you on Stanley Jean Baptiste CB Neb.. He reminds me of a guy who could end up being the next Brandon Browner type. Hes definetly a nice sleeper.

    Some others i like are

    Rob Blanchflower TE Umass- Hes got pretty solid all around TE who could be a starter for us. Hes got great hands.

    Larry Webster DE Bloomsburg- A undersized DE prospect, whos got nfl bloodlines and raw pass rush skills. Hes got the ht at 6ft 6in, and in a good strength program could put on some weight and be a pass rush specialist at worst..

    Ricardo Allen CB Purdue- Smallish CB, but very agressive and plays with a chip on his shoulder. Hes got pretty good instincts and makes plays on the ball,and seems to like contact, despite his small stature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    I'm with you on Stanley Jean Baptiste CB Neb.. He reminds me of a guy who could end up being the next Brandon Browner type. Hes definetly a nice sleeper.

    Some others i like are

    Rob Blanchflower TE Umass- Hes got pretty solid all around TE who could be a starter for us. Hes got great hands.

    Larry Webster DE Bloomsburg- A undersized DE prospect, whos got nfl bloodlines and raw pass rush skills. Hes got the ht at 6ft 6in, and in a good strength program could put on some weight and be a pass rush specialist at worst..

    Ricardo Allen CB Purdue- Smallish CB, but very agressive and plays with a chip on his shoulder. Hes got pretty good instincts and makes plays on the ball,and seems to like contact, despite his small stature.
    I just watched the Blanchflower tape vs Western Michigan. He looks like he has some really nice hands for a TE and was a nice blocker as well!

    Webster looks like he has a good frame just needs to bulk up a bit. The height is a nice thing to have for sure.

    I like what I saw from Allen when I searched him as well. I found this video on YouTube of him, idk if you have seen it yet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkskABaVcX4

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    Other guys I forgot to mention were Raashad Reynolds and Scott Chrichton Oregon St, Rashad Greene and Telvin Smith Florida St, Jerome Smith and Jay Bromley Syracuse

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
    I just watched the Blanchflower tape vs Western Michigan. He looks like he has some really nice hands for a TE and was a nice blocker as well!

    Webster looks like he has a good frame just needs to bulk up a bit. The height is a nice thing to have for sure.

    I like what I saw from Allen when I searched him as well. I found this video on YouTube of him, idk if you have seen it yet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkskABaVcX4

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    Other guys I forgot to mention were Raashad Reynolds and Scott Chrichton Oregon St, Rashad Greene and Telvin Smith Florida St, Jerome Smith and Jay Bromley Syracuse
    Thanks man, i haden't seen that yet. I just finished watching it. You see what i mean at 46seconds in when he comes up and sticks the WR for no gain after sniffing out the WR screen.. I love the guy.. He also open field tackles which normally has been a weakness for us in yrs past. I think if we were to add ALlen, re sign TT, and go with a Amukumura, TT, Allen, McBride, Hosley 4 crop at CB, we could use money elsewhere after letting Webster and Ross go elsewhere..

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    Thanks man, i haden't seen that yet. I just finished watching it. You see what i mean at 46seconds in when he comes up and sticks the WR for no gain after sniffing out the WR screen.. I love the guy.. He also open field tackles which normally has been a weakness for us in yrs past. I think if we were to add ALlen, re sign TT, and go with a Amukumura, TT, Allen, McBride, Hosley 4 crop at CB, we could use money elsewhere after letting Webster and Ross go elsewhere..
    Yeah I could see that guy being a sick cover guy on small shifty guys like welker and he can lay the wood on them too. Prince, TT, McBride, Hosley, and Allen would be a nice CB group. I love CB's who can tackle. Thats why I was a big fan of Trufant last year because I really liked his willingness to make tackles on screens and short passes. I bet Allen would be a nice special teamer as well early on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post

    Other guys I forgot to mention were Raashad Reynolds and Scott Chrichton Oregon St, Rashad Greene and Telvin Smith Florida St, Jerome Smith and Jay Bromley Syracuse
    Lol most of these guys are solid players

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    I'm with you on Stanley Jean Baptiste CB Neb.. He reminds me of a guy who could end up being the next Brandon Browner type. Hes definetly a nice sleeper.

    Some others i like are

    Rob Blanchflower TE Umass- Hes got pretty solid all around TE who could be a starter for us. Hes got great hands.

    Larry Webster DE Bloomsburg- A undersized DE prospect, whos got nfl bloodlines and raw pass rush skills. Hes got the ht at 6ft 6in, and in a good strength program could put on some weight and be a pass rush specialist at worst..

    Ricardo Allen CB Purdue- Smallish CB, but very agressive and plays with a chip on his shoulder. Hes got pretty good instincts and makes plays on the ball,and seems to like contact, despite his small stature.
    BUMP.. Not bad under the radar players I chose from Oct 30th.. All 3 were drafted...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    BUMP.. Not bad under the radar players I chose from Oct 30th.. All 3 were drafted...
    Not too shabby at all. Webster and Allen especially were guys I really liked once I checked them out after you mentioned them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
    Not too shabby at all. Webster and Allen especially were guys I really liked once I checked them out after you mentioned them!
    I am just hanging out today, so I was reading some older threads, and this was one I came across. Webster and Allen were both ranked as 7th/Undrafted at the time of this thread.. They both went before rd 7, I believe.

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    I agree, Blanchflower displayed great all around skill set in that W.Mich Video Redeye put up recently. Hes very high on my sleeper list..

    Stanley Jean Baptiste CB Nebraska
    Rob Blanchflower TE Umass
    James Morris ILB Iowa
    Larry Webster DE Bloomsburg
    Jordan Tripp OLB Montana- Haven't seen a ton, but seen a few highlight plays and did my research and like what ive read.. I'd love to see a video redeye.
    Denicos Allen OLB Michigan St- LB/S Tweener type in the NFL, he'd be great in the box extra defender who also can play pass defense ala Deon Grant
    Jeremey Gallon WR Michigan- You can't help but think Steve Smith when you watch this kid. Got a feeling someone takes em earlier then perdicted

    Marion Grice RB Arizona St- Outside of Melvin Gordon, i think this kid might be the best RB that will be in this yrs class. Good sized, can catch with best of em, can run in between tackles and outside, and isnt easy to take down..etc Hes a stud! Maybe not sleeper but better then rankings indicate

    Isaiah Crowell RB Bama St- Off field issues is why this kids name isn't thrown around in early rds. Hes big, strong, physcial, talented runner who is a perfect fit for the giants and to backup David Wilson or vice versa.. Crowell is a stud..

    Of course i have many more, but i'lll stop for now..

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