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    Post 2014 NFL Draft Sleeper Thread

    List your favorite sleepers below

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    Here are a few of mine:

    Richard Rodgers - TE Cal - Big TE who can get down the field. He is a Junior, but there has been talk of him declaring since Cal is so terrible.

    Josh Stewart - WR Oklahoma St - Another Junior but a perfect slot option in the Pros. Excellent returner who is very versatile. Basically what we thought Jernigan could be.

    Corey Robinson - OT South Carolina - Massive OT with the feet to possibly play LT yet he barely gets talked about. Would not be surprised if he is a top 2 round guy when the draft rolls around. Think Marcus McNeill

    Rashad Reynolds - CB Oregon St. - Very good corner. Was as good as Poyer was last year. A little down this year but has ability.

    Denzel Perryman - LB Miami - Excellent LB prospect. Can play inside or out and is scheme versatile. Would be an excellent 3-4 ILB or a 4-3 WLB. Could start in year 1 and will probably be available in round 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdawg1413 View Post
    Here are a few of mine:

    Richard Rodgers - TE Cal - Big TE who can get down the field. He is a Junior, but there has been talk of him declaring since Cal is so terrible.

    Josh Stewart - WR Oklahoma St - Another Junior but a perfect slot option in the Pros. Excellent returner who is very versatile. Basically what we thought Jernigan could be.

    Corey Robinson - OT South Carolina - Massive OT with the feet to possibly play LT yet he barely gets talked about. Would not be surprised if he is a top 2 round guy when the draft rolls around. Think Marcus McNeill

    Rashad Reynolds - CB Oregon St. - Very good corner. Was as good as Poyer was last year. A little down this year but has ability.

    Denzel Perryman - LB Miami - Excellent LB prospect. Can play inside or out and is scheme versatile. Would be an excellent 3-4 ILB or a 4-3 WLB. Could start in year 1 and will probably be available in round 3.
    would love robinson. he is a product of my high school (just 3 peated as state 3a champs btw ). he would join bruce carter and guy whimper as nfl players from my school and more are coming....trust me! i do love corey as you said he is massive, even spent some time at DT so he has a mean streak. would be a great addition. i said this last offseason and ill say it again, if we dont come away from this draft with 2-3 starting quality o lineman we will have another crap season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdawg1413 View Post
    Here are a few of mine:

    Richard Rodgers - TE Cal - Big TE who can get down the field. He is a Junior, but there has been talk of him declaring since Cal is so terrible.

    Josh Stewart - WR Oklahoma St - Another Junior but a perfect slot option in the Pros. Excellent returner who is very versatile. Basically what we thought Jernigan could be.

    Corey Robinson - OT South Carolina - Massive OT with the feet to possibly play LT yet he barely gets talked about. Would not be surprised if he is a top 2 round guy when the draft rolls around. Think Marcus McNeill

    Rashad Reynolds - CB Oregon St. - Very good corner. Was as good as Poyer was last year. A little down this year but has ability.

    Denzel Perryman - LB Miami - Excellent LB prospect. Can play inside or out and is scheme versatile. Would be an excellent 3-4 ILB or a 4-3 WLB. Could start in year 1 and will probably be available in round 3.
    I'm gonna watch some film on Richard Rodgers myself. I don't know much about em but based on his highlights and size/production, you can tell hes a offensive minded TE first, and hes alittle light, so i'm wondering if hes got the strength to consistently inline block? I'm also curious to sei if he has the bodytype to gain weight and keep his athletic ability(which u clearly can see in his highlights). This guy could possibly have the makings of a all around beast TE.

    Hey Redeye, will you please post some Richard Rodgers?

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    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)

    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)

    I also like Telvin Smith (OLB) and Rashad Greene (WR) from FSU. Jay Bromley (DT) is a guy I like a lot from the Cuse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
    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)

    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)

    I also like Telvin Smith (OLB) and Rashad Greene (WR) from FSU. Jay Bromley (DT) is a guy I like a lot from the Cuse!
    I like Telvin Smith also. I like LB's that are very active and can cover. Hes alittle light, but makes up for it with speed and athletscim..

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    I like Telvin Smith also. I like LB's that are very active and can cover. Hes alittle light, but makes up for it with speed and athletscim..
    I agree he is really fast for a LB but needs to add some weight. He is an explosive LB, he could be a really good weak side OLB in the NFL I think because of his speed. Adding a few pounds shouldn't take much if not any of his speed he has at the moment.

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    I have a bunch of sleepers i like. Some of my guys aren't really sleepers anymore, like Rob Blanchflower TE Umass and Deone Buccannon S Wash St. Some guys i like that are undervalued right now or just being overlooked would be

    Silas Redd RB Usc- I wish he caught the ball more, but i like the way he runs. Hes a physical back despite not being overly big and he has very good balance and vision. He runs really well between the tackles.

    Denicos Allen OLB Michigan St- Good blitzer, solid tackler, plays bigger then listed weight, and is extremely active. Watch most Mich St games, and u will here his name called then just about any state defender.

    Xavier Grimble TE Usc- Not having a monster yr in the pass game, but the potential is clearly there. I think Grimble fits the giants like a glove. The guy can block and would be a asset in the redzone. We could use the redzone threat if we are to lose Nicks.

    Larry Webster DE Bloomsburg- Have seen very little but get the impression this kid has a chance to be a great situational pass rusher in the pros. Hes got NFL bloodlines with his pops also. Hes alittle light, but highliy athletic and very productive. Could be a beast on 3rd downs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    I have a bunch of sleepers i like. Some of my guys aren't really sleepers anymore, like Rob Blanchflower TE Umass and Deone Buccannon S Wash St. Some guys i like that are undervalued right now or just being overlooked would be

    Silas Redd RB Usc- I wish he caught the ball more, but i like the way he runs. Hes a physical back despite not being overly big and he has very good balance and vision. He runs really well between the tackles.

    Denicos Allen OLB Michigan St- Good blitzer, solid tackler, plays bigger then listed weight, and is extremely active. Watch most Mich St games, and u will here his name called then just about any state defender.

    Xavier Grimble TE Usc- Not having a monster yr in the pass game, but the potential is clearly there. I think Grimble fits the giants like a glove. The guy can block and would be a asset in the redzone. We could use the redzone threat if we are to lose Nicks.

    Larry Webster DE Bloomsburg- Have seen very little but get the impression this kid has a chance to be a great situational pass rusher in the pros. Hes got NFL bloodlines with his pops also. Hes alittle light, but highliy athletic and very productive. Could be a beast on 3rd downs.
    I think Grimble is going to be pretty good in the NFL dont know if he is a sleeper though. I can see him going at the back of the 2nd day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    I think Grimble is going to be pretty good in the NFL dont know if he is a sleeper though. I can see him going at the back of the 2nd day.
    I think he could go anywhere from RD 3 to RD7.. He hasen't been consistent as a pass catcher, but i like em to get better in that aspect going forward, and he all ready can block, so i see him becoming a nice all around TE down the line. I think hes definetly a sleeper.

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