The 2010 NFL Draft has its fair share of prospects that light up stopwatches and scouts’ interest. While a few are surefire first- or second-round picks, others will settle for undrafted free-agent status.
As Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson broke the 40-yard dash record at the combine and proceeded to become one of the NFL’s marquee players, teams are looking for their own version of 2009's leading rusher.
However, many of these prospects fit the prototypical boom-or-bust mold. Whether it’s a serious lack of size or character concerns, a couple of these guys are big-time sleepers capable of playing at the next level