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jramsey4

Adopt a Sleeper

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My Sleeper Team

QB- Max Hall- B.Y.U- Projected: 7th-FA

RB- Andre Dixon- Connecticut- Projected: 6th

FB- Manase Tonga- B.Y.U- Projected: 7th-FA

TE- Nate Byham- Pittsburgh- Projected: 6th

WR- Jeremy Horne Murdock- Massachusetts- Projected: 7th-FA

WR- Terrell Hudgins- Elon- Projected: FA

C- Ted Larson- North Carolina State- Projected: 5th-6th

OT- Kyle Jolly- North Carolina- Projected: 6th-7th

OG- Brandon Carter- Texas Tech- Projected: 7th-FA

K- Garrett Lindholm- Tarleton State- Projected: FA

DE- Geoge Selvie- South Florida- Projected: 6th-7th

DE- E.J. Wilson- North Carolina- Projected: 6th-7th

DT- Aleric Mullins- North Carolina- Projected: 7th

ILB- Darryl Sharpton- Miami- Projected: 7th

OLB- Antonio Coleman- Auburn- Projected: 7th-FA

CB- Jamar Wall- Texas Tech- Projected: 7th-FA

FS- Robert Johnson- Utah- Projected: 6th

SS- Myron Rolle- Florida State- Projected: 6th

P- Matt Dodge- East Carolina- Projected: 7th-FA

LS- Clint Gresham- TCU- Projected: 7th-FA

At least one of these players will be a stud.

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Bynham is a steal for a TE. Dixon is also going to be a very solid pro.

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Kyle Williams: WR Arizona State University

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QB- Max Hall- B.Y.U- Projected: 7th-FA

RB- Brandon James- Florida- Projected: 7th-FA

FB- Cory Jackson- Maryland- Projected: 7th-FA

TE- Nate Byham- Pittsburgh- Projected: 6th

WR- Joe Webb- UAB- Projected: 6th

WR- Kellen Lewis- Valdosta State- Projected: FA

C- Jim Cordle- Ohio State- Projected: 7th-FA

OT- Drew Davis- Alabama- Projected: 7th-FA

OG- Chris DeGeare- Wake Forest- Projected: 7th-FA

K- Garrett Lindholm- Tarleton State- Projected: FA

DE- Roderick Battle- Georgia- Projected: FA

DE- Frank Zombo- Central Michigan- Projected: 7th-FA

DT- Brandon Deaderick- Alabama- Projected: 6th-7th

ILB- Kion Wilson- South Florida- Projected: 7th-FA

OLB- Eryk Anders- Alabama- Projected: FA

CB- LeRoy Vann- Florida A&M- Projected: 7th-FA

FS- Nick Polk- Indiana- Projected: 7th-FA

SS- Darian Stewart- South Carolina- Projected: 7th-FA

P- Matt Dodge- East Carolina- Projected: 7th-FA

LS- Clint Gresham- TCU- Projected: 7th-FA

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I did say pick one guy not a whole team

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O'brien Schofield - DE - Wisc.

Showed a lot of promise before popping his ACL at the Senior Bowl practice.

Will most likely start on the PUP, but could really develop in a year or two.

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I did say pick one guy not a whole team

Yeah well, I do what I want.

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Yeah well, I do what I want.

In other words "I have problems following directions". LOL JK

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Kevin Mathews, C/G, 6-3, 298#, Texas A&M

Reason? Genetics.

Bruce Mathews son. Clay Mathews cousin/nephew depending on if your talking Jr. or Sr.

He could be a very good pro. Hangartner material at the very least.

I would have picked Joe Webb, QB/WR from UAB, but he's moved up to the 4-5th round range on some draft sites. Big, fast and smart. Josh Cribbs 2.0?

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