Originally Posted by SoCalBronco
Anthony Crissinger-Hill, TE Florida Atlantic- under the radar player who has tremendous talent but hidden away at a small Division 1-aa school.
Stefan LeFors QB, Louisville- very accurate, mobile and smart qb who will be unfairly downgraded by scouts due to his 5-11 size.
Spencer Havner, LB UCLA- LB with excellent instincts overshadowed by crosstown star Matt Grootegood.
Craphonso Thorpe WR Florida State- probable last first round selection in 2004 but for a broken leg. Has had a bumpy ride during senior season recovering from injury but when he is all the way back will be a steal after being picked in the midrounds.
Chris Rix QB Florida State- possesses tremendous arm strength, good accuracy and excellent mobility (4.4). Has every physical tool and a hard worker. Has suffered from making many stupid mistakes and has been coached poorly. With quality coaching he could end up a top flight NFL starter.
Aside from Chris Ric, a very nice list.
LeFors throws the best ball that I've watched this year, truly a perfect passer that is the Louisville Cardinals. A damn shame that they were trying to develop true freshman Blake Brohm so hard that they were rotating series every so often to begin the year, LeFors won his job twice this year.
Loved seeing Havner play, good shedding of blocks and elusive to the ball, could be a keeper.
Thorpe is a true gem, I think he has a lot of upside and can make the tough catch. Problem I've seen with him is that he tends to use his body to catch the ball at times, NFL coaches can get him to break that habit though.