Predicting the 11 Biggest Sleepers in the 2013 NFL Draft

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Predicting the 11 Biggest Sleepers in the 2013 NFL Draft
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Football executives and coaches knew about quarterback Tom Brady before the 2000 NFL draft.  Brady had started 25 games in his University of Michigan career and won two bowl games.

Yet for some reason, Brady was passed over for five rounds, ultimately being selected in the sixth round (No. 199 overall) by the New England Patriots. 

Brady is the epitome of a sleeper. But every year, the draft is littered with players that may not get the media hype or be nationally known, yet end up producing at a high level in the NFL. Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris is an example from the 2012 draft.

Here is a list of 11 players who are not well-known or are not projected to be selected until day three of the draft. But each player has produced at the college level and should have success in the NFL.

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