If the 2013 draft class has one thing, it's depth in the pass-rushers.
One prospect who hasn't been on a lot of people's radars is Syracuse defensive end/outside linebacker Brandon Sharpe. Sharpe, who became a full-time starter this past season, showed some promise for the Orange by recording a career-high seven sacks in 2012.
Those seven sacks were a half-sack less than he had in his previous three years combined.
Sharpe will most likely have to make the transition to outside linebacker in the NFL, which could be a problem for him. But let's see what makes Sharpe a force off the edge.