http://www.jbscouting.com/index.php/blog/1599-true-sleepers 1. SS Tommy Irvin, Wofford Irvin is a big kid at 6'0, 204 pounds and showed very good closing speed this year standing out as Wofford best prospect, by far. He was even snubbed by the SoCon coaches earning just second-team all-conference honors. Keep an eye on him as he brings good ball skills, better than expected speed,and good run support skills that we believe will get him drafted. 2. DE/OLB Markell Carter, Central Arkansas Carter was snubbed by the All-America lists but the SLC coaches got it right naming him first-team all-conference after he tallied 19 tackles for loss, seven hurries, four fumble recoveries, and three forced fumbles. Carker lacks the strength and bulk to play end but could be a 3-4 OLB projection who is taken late in the draft with a good pro day. 3. WR Lito Senatus, Western Illinois We could easily see Senatus going undrafted unless he runs very well but we have a feeling he might run better than people think. The 2010 second-team All-American hauled in 65 catches for 14 touchdowns (17.6avg). As a possession threat he can also pick up big yards and showed very good hands. We believe he could go as high as the 6th round if he runs well. We will update this list after the pro days as we are sure a few prospects will surprise and vault into the draft but even then, be on the look out for someone to even fly under our radar (easier than people think ) and be taken on draft day causing fans and even "draftniks" to say... Who is that guy?