2011 NFL Draft: 5 Prospects Who Have Helped Themselves the Most This Offseason

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2011 NFL Draft: 5 Prospects Who Have Helped Themselves the Most This Offseason
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With the 2011 NFL draft getting closer, and mock drafts reaching their 3.0, 4.0 and 10.0 stages for the more neurotic football followers, the excitement of potential boom or bust players coming to a team near you is reaching its peak.

As fans, this is the time when you think you know everything. You know exactly what your team’s strengths and weaknesses are, you know how they can address them and if your wishes aren’t met, you will fall over the couch come draft day screaming your GM’s name in disgust.     

But before that happens, let’s take a look back at some of the players who may not have crossed the GM’s radar during the 2010 season, but raised their value considerably through the combine and pro day.

Here are the top five prospects who made themselves more valuable this past offseason.

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