Small School Sleepers 

These are the very best small school football players that will be draft eligible in 2015. From the biggest F.C.S. state universities like the University of Montana to the smallest Division III and N.A.I.A. college programs like Minnesota Duluth and Mount Union College.

These prospects are loosely ranked, so check back frequently, as we intend to update these rankings often as we accumulate more information.

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Top Small School Cornerback Prospects:

1. Imoan Claiborne Northwestern State Invited to Senior Bowl
2. Tye Smith Towson University
3. C.J. Roberts Colorado State-Pueblo
4. De'Ante Saunders Tennessee State  Florida Transfer
5. Devonte Johnson Florida A&M
6. Deon'tae Florence Weber State Boise State Transfer
7. De'Vante Bausby Pittsburg State
8. Tyree Mills Tennessee State Louisiana State Transfer
9. C.J. Morgan Alcorn State
10. Al-Hajj Shabazz West Chester

Best Of The Rest, Loosely Ranked

--- Cariel Brooks Adams State
--- Jarrett Dieudonne Wagner College Purdue Transfer
--- Thurgood Dennis Wisconsin-Eau Claire
--- Avery Boykin Mississippi Valley State  

Top Small School Safety Prospects:


1. Jaquiski Tartt Samford  
2. Micheal Johnson Fayetville state  
3. Tevin McDonald Eastern Washington U.C.L.A. Transfer; Son of ex-N.F.L. Safety Tim McDonald
4. Christian Dudzik North Dakota State
5. Daniel Fitzpatrick Tennessee State  
6. Matt Hermanson Montana
7. Dean Marlowe James Madison  East-West Shrine Invite
8. Jacob Hagen Liberty
9. Colten Heagle North Dakota State
10. Ace Clark Western Carolina  

Best Of The Rest, Loosely Ranked

--- Keenan Lambert Norfolk State
--- Tanner Troutman Lycoming College  
--- Tony Bell Tennessee-Martin Undersized College Linebacker
--- Julien David Howard University  
--- Caleb Schaffitzel Missouri State
--- Joe Sarnese Villanova  
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             





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