2018 NFL Draft Prospects – Sleepers

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2018 NFL Mock DraftDraftGeek’s Mock Draft

 

Offense

Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | Offensive Tackle | Offensive Guard | Center

Defense

Defensive Tackle | 3-4 Nose Tackle | Defensive End | Outside Linebacker | Inside Linebacker | Cornerback | Safety

Extra: Sleepers

 

2018 NFL Draft Sleepers

“Sleepers” is a queue system for now. Once a player achieves a critical mass of exposure, we take them off of this board. This list is not in an particular order, just gets added to as we identify sleepers we think have a lot of potential.

 

Timon Parris NFLTimon Parris, OT, Stony Brook

Height: 6-5 Weight: 320 lbs

Strong anchor in the run game, and logged a lot of games on both sides of the line. Small school prospect that is difficult to evaluate, and the Senior Bowl and the draft process will clarify his draft stock…. Full Profile

 

Brandon Parker NFLBrandon Parker, OT, North Carolina A&T

Height: 6-7 Weight: 310 lbs

NFL scouts don’t see many physical specimens at left tackle like Brandon Parker, and that could make him one of the biggest risers up draft boards during the 2018 NFL draft process. … Full Profile

 

Siran Neal NFLSiran Neal, S, Jacksonville State

Height: 6-0 Weight: 205 lbs

After a position change coming into the 2017, Neal has shown that he is the type of versatile defensive back / linebacker prospect that defensive coordinators need to limit matchup problems… Full Profile

 

Andrew-Vollert NFLAndrew Vollert, TE, Weber State

Height: 6-4 Weight: 250 lbs

Box-out, seam route matchup problem that can be used all over the offense to find soft spots in opposing defenses…. Full Profile

 

Darius Leonard NFLDarius Leonard, OLB, South Carolina State

Height: 6-2 Weight: 228 lbs

Extremely well balanced outside linebacker prospect that can play in any defensive scheme. Has the athletic agility to play in space, and the strength, balance, and length to set the edge…. Full Profile

 

PJ Hall Sam Houston State NFLPJ Hall, DT, Sam Houston State

Height: 6-1 Weight: 310 lbs

A small school standout, P.J. Hall has been terrorizing offensive backfields all year long, often attracting triple teams to just keep in contained… Full Profile

 

Brandon Shed Hobart NFLBrandon Shed, WR, Hobart

Height: 6-4 Weight: 195 lbs

A D3 superstar from Hobart College that flashes elite vertical skills. With excellent length, and a knack for getting up to meet the ball at its highest point, Shed is a superb outside, vertical receiver….Full Profile

 

John Kelly NFLJohn Kelly, RB, Tennessee

Height: 5-9 Weight: 205 lbs

A shifty, short, but not small running back that was underutilized during his time at Tennessee. The Vols primary offensive weapon, Kelly is small enough to get lost by defensive linemen, allowing him to use his vision to find a hole and quickly hit high gear and get to the next level…. Full Profile

 

Jeremy Reaves - 2018 NFL DraftJeremy Reaves, S, South Alabama

Height: 5-11 Weight: 185 lbs

A prodigously productive defensive back, Reaves is always around the ball, making tackles, getting interceptions, or breaking up passes…Full Profile

 

Olasunkanmi Adeniyi NFLOlasunkanmi Adeniyi, DE, Toledo

Height: 6-1 Weight: 248 lbs

A natural pass rusher that shows excellent bend and explosion, Adeniyi has been productive as an edge rusher at Toledo…Full Profile

 

Folorunso Fatukasi NFLFolorunso Fatukasi, DT, Connecticut

Height: 6-4 Weight: 318 lbs

Folorunso Fatukasi is a potential sleeper pick in the upcoming draft, as he had a bit of an off year, but reinvigorated interest in his tape during the East-West Shrine game…Full Profile

 

 

Nathan Shepherd NFLNathan Shepherd, DT/DE, Fort Hays State

Height: 6-5 Weight: 300 lbs

A raw prospect that grew into his body later than most, and still has room to add quality weight. Shepherd is a project, but his physical gifts will force a team to take a chance on him and develop him because of his very high ceiling…Full Profile

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