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2008 NFL Draft sleepers - Post them here 2nd rounders


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Please post 2nd round picks that at one point could have been 1st rounders but due to slight injury or subpar seasons brought there stock down.

Antwaun Molden, CB Eastern Kentucky

Molden brings a lot of tools to the table. He has great size at 6 198 pounds. He runs a forty timed in the high 4.3s and the low 4.4s. His vertical went over 37 inches. All great numbers. However, Molden s strength lies in his physical style of play at the CB position and the fact that he did 23 reps on the bench press at the combines. He hails from the same conference as Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and claims to be the better prospect of the two. He could go as high as the 2nd round or as low as the 4th round. Regardless, Molden could turn out to be a steal.

The 3rd one is a Auburn guy in which I might hear some noise for but here goes:

His nickname is STUMP.

DT, Joshua Thompson - Video highlight below:


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Norwood32 (4/18/2008)
Ahtyba Rubin - DT

Red Bryant - DT

Tony Hills - OT (more of a 3rd - 4th round pick)

Charles Godfrey - CB

You can't really have a sleeper in the 2nd, i mean if their a 2nd round prospect they're gonna be good.

Great picks Norwood32. What I mean 2nd round sleepers is since we have 3 solid 2nd round picks there could be 1st rounders that fall to us in the 2nd round OR it could even mean that they were at one time 1st rounders but are now in 2nd-3rd rounder due to injury, subpar season or the school had a soft schedule, etc. Thanks.

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