Bargain shopping in the NFL draft can be an incredibly rewarding experience when, and if, done correctly.
For the teams who are able to identify talent and strike on value, the rewards are endless and possibilities the same.
However, like clockwork, a handful of young men seemingly slip through the cracks of an otherwise diligent evaluation process each and every year.
Usually it's a small and otherwise over-analyzed characteristic, but decision-makers are notorious for letting industry standards cloud their overall judgment all too often.
After all, just last April it was Russell Wilson who fell all the way to the third round because of a lack of ideal height. This despite possessing otherwise key traits and the rare characteristics you look for a potential franchise quarterback.
So surely a year after the Russell Wilson oversight, NFL teams will have learned, right?
Well, not entirely.
Especially when you consider some of the names on the following list, who certainly have not received the attention and credit they rightfully deserve.
Which leads them to be some of the better values available in next month’s NFL draft.