Biggest NFL Draft Sleepers at the 2013 Senior Bowl

Matt Miller@nfldraftscoutNFL Draft Lead WriterJanuary 23, 2013

All Alfred Morris did in the 2012 NFL season was run for 1,613 yards—the second most in the league behind Adrian Peterson.

Not bad for a guy from Florida Atlantic University who was drafted in the sixth round and seen as an afterthought behind the major splash made by the Washington Redskins when they drafted Robert Griffin III.

Interestingly enough, Morris attended the 2012 Senior Bowl, where he impressed scouts enough to be drafted. That's all he needed in order to make a roster and a huge splash this season.

So which of the 2013 Senior Bowl crop could be the next Alfred Morris? Find out who the sleepers are thus far at this year's Senior Bowl. These guys are poised to surprise many come draft time.

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