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My Diamonds in the Rough (my late rd wish list)

Josh Johnson, CB, Purdue
Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State
Mark Harrison, WR, Rutgers
Zac Dysert, QB, Miami (OH)
Dexter McCoil, FS, Tulsa
Quanterus Smith, OLB/DE, Western Kentucky
Greg Reid, CB, Valdosta State
Joe Vellano, DT, Maryland
Levine Toilolo, TE, Stanford
Chris Gragg, TE, Arkansas
I like Montori Hughes and Knile Davis but the latter would have a tough time finding space on the RB chart. Lattimore could be good choice because he would sit for a year.
ILB Jake Knott
SS Earl Wolff
OG Eric Herman
WR Chad Bumphis
OT Reid Fragel
Originally posted by ElephantHaley:
DT Montori Hughes I agree 10000% on with you!! I'd love to add him in day 2 if possible. Huge boom or bust but with a day 2 pick not so much risk.

Day 2 is 2nd and 3rd round right? Still kinda risky at that point I think. I say 5th.
Courtney Gardner | Wide Receiver
Sierra College Wolverines Ht / Wt: 6'3' / 215

Gardner is smooth in and out of his cuts. He once recorded a 10.7 second 100 meter run
Gardner has a private workout with the New York Jets.

Possible late draft or non-drafted signee.
I've already done a list. But wanted to give people more incite into 1 in general:

Dexter McCoil, FS, Tulsa; 6'4/224 4.58 Projected:6th-UDFA


Tulsa's all-time INT leader and tied for 1st all-time for C-USA. Had 18 career INTs, 315 total tackles. He's raw, but his ball-hawking instincts are undeniable.
Scouting report:
Positives:
+Terrific athlete
+Lean, elite build
+Ideal size
+Phenomenal ball skills
+Improved strength
+Quarterback of his defense
+Very experienced
+Crazy long arms
+Awesome range
+Above average instincts against the run
+Excellent quickness

Negatives:
-Takes unbelievable gambles in coverage, and gets away with it more often than he should
-Average power and toughness (though has improved here)
-Could do a better job of fighting off blocks
-Mediocre change of direction skills
-Although much better compared to junior year, strength is still only average
NFL Comparison: Thomas Decoud, but more of a gambler in coverage. Dashon Goldson makes sense too.
http://nflmocks.com/2012/12/06/dexter-mccoil-2013-nfl-draft-scouting-report/
[ Edited by Travisty13 on Apr 5, 2013 at 9:05 PM ]
Almost impossible to predict...but based on Baalke's drafts so far, I'd bet he has a list of guys we've never heard of. Better yet, I'd rather watch him acquire a couple more picks in 2nd & 3rd rds so sleepers become a moot point.