My Sleeper Picks/Unknown Prospects

This was going to be a list of my sleepers; nicely edited and etc, but time was short. So most of this is just a copy of my notes mostly written a while ago before many of these guys became known to many draftniks.

My favorites are in Bold


Ty Hilton- Goodbye fast. I've Only seen highlights, but he looks good. Catches with his hands. Has really good returner ability. Decent after the catch too.

Marvin Jones- Good length. Hands catcher. Decent player all around. Nothing stands out about him though. Also not very physical, but he has the ability to be more physical with coaching. It’s just not inherent in him to be physical.

Jordan White- This year’s Cecil Shorts, but slower(Not underrated)

Joe Adams- Waterbug quick with good run after the catch/return ability. More physical than given credit. With the ball in his hands he reminds me of a WR/RB hybrid.

Rueben Randle LSU – Tough, good YAC, good size and quickness, natural hands, runs good routes, faster than combine speed of 4.53

Jeremy Ebert – NW 5’11” 200 not quick or sudden even in routes, but knows how to come back to the ball, very natural receiver(Tracks well), good deep speed(Reminds me of a less sudden Johnny Knox)

Jared Green – 6’1” 190 4.42 (Darrell Green’s son) Good size and speed, and good route runner. Something is a miss. Might be something off the field. His whole situation sounds suspect considering opportunity and ability don’t match with his lack of production and lower scouting grades.

Toney Clemons – Colorado 6’2 210, 4.40 40, 36 vert, good broad jump/3 cone, natural receiver, raw, strong

Chris Owusu – Stanford 6’ really fast, good hands, quick, sudden, return ability, health only question

Malcolm Beyah – Reminds me some of ­­Pierre Garcon; similar size and speed and strength as a runner after the catch. Still, a very poor man’s Garcon. Practice Squad type.

OT- Neither of these guys will probably be drafted by the Jags, because neither is of the mobile type like Gene Smith likes.

Cordy Glenn- Big, strong, and long OT. Not as long as Phil Loadholt, but is a little more mobile. On the Jags team, he’s a RT only, and might struggle blocking downfield.

Mitchell Schwartz – Big, long arms, strong, nasty, great pass blocker, underrated and often outperformed Kalil, only weakness is lack of ability to block on the second level because of lesser athleticism. Still has good enough feet for getting into pass set/kick step.

TE - Weak class

Ladarius Green – More of a big rocked up WR, very/super raw as a route runner, very athletic

Anthony Miller – Reminds me of poor man’s Antonio gates. Can block well despite size, in-line or from the backfield as an H-Back. Not a FB. 3rd day pick.

Derek Carrier – Beloit Haven’t seen him play at all, but he has WR/TE tweener size with good measurable similar to our Zach Miller. Great student. I wish I could find his film.

CB - Lots of depth. Very good draft for CB, especially if you have time to develop.

Josh Robinson – Reminds me a bit of a bigger stronger Anthony Gaitor. Aggressive and savvy, appears to have good hands and ball skills. Very quick to break on the ball.

Jayron Hosley – Similar to Alterraun Verner including size, speed, ball skills, and returning skills. Failed a drug test, has injuries and both drop his stock some. I don’t think he’s as good as Verner, but they are similar types.

Trumaine Johnson Montana – Can be a very physical CB that can play FS. Good size and functional strength. He needs to develop his game, especially against the run. Has some off the field issues.

Leonard Johnson – Solid and decent size but still quick and fast. Will need time to adjust to better competition. Aggressive.

Dwight Bentley – Very quick. Bad hands, but good ball skills for PBU’s. Need to watch more.

Chase Minnefield – Long and lean with great hips and feet for height. Poor man’s version of Derek Cox. Looks a little frail, will need to add bulk.

Antwon Blake – UTEP CB that is the most physical DB I’ve ever seen. Could play a little NB, but will be a special player on special teams 5’9” 205lbs. Watch his highlights!

Coty Sensabaugh – Underrated playmaker with height, weight, speed, and hops, could be a good backup


Jamell Fleming Oklahoma – Listed as a CB, but has the body to play FS. Good physical tackler and fights for the ball. A little short for the position, but high points the ball well. Could be good in zone as a CB, but struggles a bit in man against better WR’s. Should play man2man well against RB’s and TE’s. 5’11 206 4.53. Panics too much to play man 2 man in NFL. Got away with a lot of contact in college. In the NFL, with the 5 yard chuck rule, he won’t be able to keep up outside.

Brian Peters – NW Similar to Harrison from Notre Dame, Tall, Smart, good angles, good tackler, Very good hands. One of my favorite late round players.


Ronnie Cameron – Old Dominion 6’2 300 Very athletic build and ability. Will need lots of development (Technique) and nfl weight room. Nice frame and build.

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