2010 NFL Draft's Hardest Players to Place

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2010 NFL Draft's Hardest Players to Place

Every off-season, NFL scouts are all over the country finding new talent, and watching old talent. They are looking for that diamond in the rough, the guy that they can draft in the sixth round and turn into a star.

Some teams reach for players, while other teams pass on players that seem to be too talented to drop, and for unknown reasons.

Most notably, in the 2003 NFL Draft the Cleveland Browns selected a linebacker out of a win-less West Texas A&M school in the 2nd round, despite the fact that he was rated as a 6th-7th round prospect at best.

On the flip side, the 2005 NFL Draft featured former Michigan standout Ernest Shazor who some believed would be a second round pick, only to watch him not be drafted and sign as an Un-Drafted Free Agent with the Cardinals.

You can see that it's hard to place some players, and each player has their reasoning. So who are the hardest players to place in this year's draft?

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