JackPMiller's small school sleepers

Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by JackPMiller, Mar 11, 2006.

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  1. JackPMiller

    JackPMiller On the Game Day Roster

    Charlie Kehs 6-5 325 OT/OG Kutztown University
    Jahri Evans 6-4 320 OT/OG Bloomsburg University
    Cletis Gordon 6-2 195 CB Jackson State
    Davon Vinsoon 6-3 233 QB Northwestern State

    This guy will be selected no later than the mid 5th round, and can see him move up into 3rd round of the draft.
    Chris Gocong 6-3 270 DE Cal Poly

    These guys should be gone no later than round 3
    Danieal Manning 6-0 205 S Abilene Christian
    Marques Colston 6-4 216 WR Hofstra
  2. Box_O_Rocks

    Box_O_Rocks PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

    I'd take Gocong 3rd round, but I see him as a Bruschi clone.

    CB David Pittman, Northwestern State - I really liked his game in the Senior Bowl practices and game.

    I really liked what I saw of WR Richie Ross, Nebraska-Kearny, at the combine - his stats are good too.
  3. big mike

    big mike Practice Squad Player

    Some other interesting sleeper prospects:

    Troy Bergeron, WR
    (arena league WR, did not play in college - he's been spectacular in the AFL, and will likely end up a developmental player on some NFL team this year)

    Miles Austin, WR
    definitely would need work, but could be a great developmental project WR

    Charles Bennet, DE
    Could be taken in round 6 or 7 (or FA) as a potential LB conversion project. Good pash rusher who needs to work on almost everything else - but has the frame and quickness to develop into a decent prospect.

    Jeromey Clary, OT
    OT and OG seem to be one of the best positions where you can find good players on day 2. Some of them need development work, but it can pay off. Clary could be one of those guys. "Smart with terrific intangibles."

    Willie Hall, OT
    Has a lot of upside, but needs a good deal of development. Could be a nice practice squad developmental guy, as he has the physical tools to develop into a very good OT (if he gets a bit stronger, and improves technique). Had he stayed in for his senior year, he could be a day 1 pick, but for some reason chose to come out after his junior year (possible family money issues?).

    These sleepers are always interesting to look at. Maybe 1 out of 5 will turn out to be a good pro prospect, some potentially developing into great players. But, there's a lot of guesswork in knowing who.
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