NFL Draft 2013: 5 Sleepers in the Draft

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NFL Draft 2013: 5 Sleepers in the Draft
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Zac Stacy running the ball against Missouri

Every year, there are late-round draft picks that end up making huge contributions to their NFL team.

These players were undervalued by NFL scouts and front office officials because they were undersized, had weak combine results or other negatives that dropped their draft stock.

Quarterback Tom Brady (sixth round) and cornerback Cortland Finnegan (seventh round) were both late-round picks that ended up surprising lots of people around the league.

This past year, running backs Vick Ballard (fifth round) and Alfred Morris (sixth round) were both wild-card picks that ended up being very important to their teams.

On draft day, front office officials around the league try and figure out who those sleepers are.

Here are five sleepers in the upcoming NFL draft:   

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