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    Everyone is always trying to find the small school sleeper but sometimes there are some BCS school kids who fall through the cracks and were guys who were even all conference performers in BCS conferences. Who are your big school sleepers who you think will go later than round 3 but will become good pro's? Many might be overlooked because of injury

    Here are mine:

    Kevin Barnes CB Maryland

    Darryl Richard DT Georgia Tech

    Cedric Peerman RB Virginia

    Andre Brown RB NCState

    Kory Sheets RB Purdue

    Quan Cosby WR Texas

    Richard Quinn TE North Carolina

    Tyronne Greene G Auburn

    Edwin Williams C Maryland

    Deon Butler WR Penn State

    Brandon Tate WR North Carolina

    Kevin Oggletree WR Virginia

    Mike Wallace WR Ole Miss

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    Darcel McBath S Texas Tech
    CJ Spillman S Marshall

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    • #3
      OP mentioned him but I am really intrigued by Mike Wallace. Two productive years in the SEC despite playing with a young, inexperienced QB. Great size/speed combo (6 ft, 199 lbs with a 4.33 40) which I expected from Jeremy Maclin and can help in the return game too.

      Roy Miller is also an interesting guy with good college production and excellent measurables.

      AQ Shipley and Travis Beckum are two others I think people are starting to sleep on.

      Shipley is short, but he's strong, tenacious, uses good leverage and was very impressive going against big 10 competition.

      Beckum is starting to become kind of a forgotten man because of his injury but I really like him as an HB prospect and think he can be a Dustin Keller/Chris Cooley type in the pros.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Solomon View Post
        OP mentioned him but I am really intrigued by Mike Wallace. Two productive years in the SEC despite playing with a young, inexperienced QB. Great size/speed combo (6 ft, 199 lbs with a 4.33 40) which I expected from Jeremy Maclin and can help in the return game too.

        Roy Miller is also an interesting guy with good college production and excellent measurables.

        AQ Shipley and Travis Beckum are two others I think people are starting to sleep on.

        Shipley is short, but he's strong, tenacious, uses good leverage and was very impressive going against big 10 competition.

        Beckum is starting to become kind of a forgotten man because of his injury but I really like him as an HB prospect and think he can be a Dustin Keller/Chris Cooley type in the pros.
        Yup big fan of Shipley, would like to correct though Cooley hasn't been an H-back since the experiment his rookie season. He is a traditional TE.

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        • #5
          Rulon Davis, DE/3-Tech/5-Tech, California - Love him. Love, love, love. Him, him, him.

          Really my only big school sleeper that I'm high on. He's an absolute monster, but injuries... :(

          Plus, how badass is the name Rulon? I mean c'mon...
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          • #6
            DT Roy Miller

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            • #7
              Virginia's 3 guys past Sintim are very interesting (Phillips, Peerman, Ogletree).

              I like Roy Miller, and he comes from a program with a good DT pedigree.

              Davis was a good choice.

              No one talks about Jairus Byrd for some reason.

              I like Hamlin and Scott from Clemson.

              I like Otis Wiley (Mich. St.) and Chip Vaughn (Wake Forest) at safety...I also like Courtney Greene and David Bruton alot. They're not Sean Taylor safeties obviously, but I don't think this safety class is as bad as people keep saying it is.

              I like Cadogan from Penn St. I think he can be a sleeper at RT, as is Gardner from GT.

              Scott McKillop is a damn good LBer...

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              • #8
                Mike Wallace could be a great get for someone, he the potential to be a great deep threat and KR like he was at Ole Miss. He has good hands too, he just needs to work on his route running.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
                  Yup big fan of Shipley, would like to correct though Cooley hasn't been an H-back since the experiment his rookie season. He is a traditional TE.
                  yeah I always just assume it because he is white sorry :(

                  but he has def been more traditional than Tony G and Clark
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                  • #10
                    Bradley Fletcher, obviously.

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                    • #11
                      conner baldwin... Big east sack leader if I am thinking correctly. Original position is TE but looked very good with hand in dirt and I think he looked pretty good at the combine.

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                      • #12
                        Brian Hartline

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Staggart View Post
                          conner baldwin... Big east sack leader if I am thinking correctly. Original position is TE but looked very good with hand in dirt and I think he looked pretty good at the combine.
                          It's Barwin and yeah he definitely is intriguing although DE might not be the best fit for him.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
                            It's Barwin and yeah he definitely is intriguing although DE might not be the best fit for him.
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                              i really like louis murphy. i think he will be one of the better wr to come out of this class. i dont know if its ok to say him in this thread because it says outside the first 3 rounds, but i guess there is a chance he falls into round 4

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