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Who's your Sleeper pick?

Originally posted by pinehill:
Toby Gerhart

A sleeper because this is not a position of perceived need.
A throwback player with the heart and toughness that will appeal to Sing.
Scott attended several Stanford games this year, and is very familiar with Toby. Moving up draft boards with a strong Combine.


gore coffee and gerhart are you kidding me...we need some versatility in the back field not what we already have
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Erik Decker- U. of Minnesota, 6' 3" 217 lbs , runs routes will,catches in traffic, tuff going over the middle, good run blocker. Real physical for a wide receiver, trouble is, he broke a bone in his foot 3 or 4 games left in the season so his states are down.
WR David Nelson (Florida) 6'5 217lbs

He ran a 4.45 40 and 38 inch vertical jump at his Florida Pro Day and showed that he had good hands in positional drills.

I think he has some real potential given his size and speed.
[ Edited by RedWaltz24 on Mar 20, 2010 at 2:05 PM ]
Major Wright.

still think he becomes the best pro safety when its all said and done. and yes, better than berry.
Berry Church, Toledo. 4 year All MAC Saftey. If we could get him in the 6th round it would be a steal
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Originally posted by Ohio49ersfan:
Berry Church, Toledo. 4 year All MAC Saftey. If we could get him in the 6th round it would be a steal

I saw that kid play, your right, he is a force.
I think Rosie ODonnel would make a great flabby end. It would be a five day excursion around her carcass.
Originally posted by prometheus:
I think Rosie ODonnel would make a great flabby end. It would be a five day excursion around her carcass.

that was pretty random
Freddie Barnes - WR Bowling Green

Ben Tate - RB Auburn
Mine's Montario Hardesty, RB, Tenn. He hasn't gotten much of the spotlight, but was one of the most impressive RB's at the combine. 6 ft 225+ lbs, he runs hard and has good quickness for his size. He's also very good in a zone blocking scheme, so could be a good pick for us.
Originally posted by CorvaNinerFan:
Mine's Montario Hardesty, RB, Tenn. He hasn't gotten much of the spotlight, but was one of the most impressive RB's at the combine. 6 ft 225+ lbs, he runs hard and has good quickness for his size. He's also very good in a zone blocking scheme, so could be a good pick for us.

He is very good but really not much of a sleeper at this point. I am pretty sure he goes in the 2nd round now.
Greg Hardy I think everyone has forgotten what he can do before injuries