The NFL Draft is a time where all 32 franchises can make moves in order to improve their rosters. However, as we've witnessed before with players such as QB Kurt Warner, TE Antonio Gates, and LB James Harrison, there is always talent to be found among the undrafted free agents.
Therefore, here are the top 10 undrafted free agents of the 2010 class that I expect to make an impact, and possibly even start in the upcoming season.
Note: These are in no particular order.
The Colts receiving core may be crowded. However, Peyton Manning does an excellent job delivering the ball to a wide array of players and can help develop lesser-known talent.
Last year, he turned Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie into reliable targets. I expect the same with Blair White.
White caught 70 receptions for 990 yards and nine touchdowns last year with the Michigan State Spartans.
Warren was widely considered an early-round draft choice, and I was extremely surprised to see him go undrafted.
He possesses tremendous athleticism, sound fundamentals, and the potential to develop into a starting cornerback.
Even though the New York Jets have a crowded secondary, Warren could be given a chance to get on the field simply due to his talent level.
For a team in search of talent at the wide receiver position, Nelson could be asked to play early on. He had a solid college career, which was headlined by a critical fourth-quarter touchdown grab in the 2008 BCS National Championship Game.
Despite Chris Johnson's phenomenal performance last season, the Titans still needed to fill LenDale White's absence.
Blount, a skilled player with character issues, should be able to do so.
He's a powerful, bruising type of back who should be able to add some physicality to the unit.
With Vincent Jackson suspended for the first three games and planning to hold out for a new contract, it is time for the other Chargers receivers to step up and make plays.
One of those could be Tulane product, Jeremy Williams. According to reports, he's currently leading the race to be the team's fifth receiver and could jump even further up the depth chart.
Barnes had a phenomenal senior campaign for the Bowling Green Falcons last season with 155 receptions for 1,770 yards and 19 TD.
Doing so, he set an NCAA-all division record for receptions, and broke none other than Randy Moss' single-season MAC yardage record.
Note: Barnes was also named one of the three finalists for the Fred Biletnikoff Award.
The Bears are in need of quality receivers and Barnes should be a perfect fit.
With Shawne Merriman's future with the team questionable, hybrid pass rusher Brandon Lang could be given an opportunity to shine.
He's athletic, versatile, and has a great motor.
Lang registered 53 tackles and eight sacks for the Troy Trojans last year.
The Miami Dolphins like to implement a regular rotation among their three-man front, giving Vince Oghobaase a great opportunity to display his ability.
He's agile for his size and does a great job using his hands to shed blockers.