2008 NFL Draft Sleepers Each year the NFL Scouts get paid to find the "Sleepers" of the NFL Draft. NFL teams make or break their draft by finding hidden gems in the later rounds. Sleepers don't necessarily need to be super-stars but role players who contribute on special teams and add depth. Below is a sneak peek at this years NFL Draft "Sleepers". Check back soon as more will be added. Ricky Santos : Quarterback : New Hamp : Ht: 6'2 Weight: 215 lbs. Santos is a small school prospect who is at the top of the record books in most of New Hampshire's passing categories. He is a dual threat as he can beat you in the air or scamper for yardage and touchdowns on the ground. He is very reminiscent of Jeff Garcia, and plays with a lot of heart and drive. Whether it’s fair or not, his level of competition will lower the round which he is drafted, but Santos could end up being a steal. Todd Blythe : Wide Receiver : Iowa St. : Ht: 6'6 Weight: 210 lbs. Blythe isn't the speediest wide receiver out there but he has some great ups and uses his big frame to out muscle defenders to come down with the ball in the endzone. He had a standout out 2005 season where he racked up 1000 receiving yards and 9 scores. If it wasn't for an illness which kept him out of many games in the 06 season, (he still managed 8 touchdowns while only playing in 8 games,) Tony Brinkhaus : Center : Minnesota : Ht: 6'3 Weight: 295 lbs. Brinkhaus is the anchor on the Gophers offensive line. Will be very attractive to NFL scouts as a athletic center. Is able to play any position on the offensive line. Plays with a lot of aggression and has quite the mean streak. One of the best offensive lineman in the Big Ten.