Small School Sleepers 

These are the very best small school football players that will be draft eligible in 2014. From the biggest F.C.S. state universities like University of Maine and Delaware to the smallest Division III and N.A.I.A. college programs like Northeastern Oklahoma State and West Chester University.

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

Positions Drop Down:
Or Text Links:

QB   RB   TE   WR   OL  DL   LB   DB  

Small School Sleepers Home

Top Small School Linebacker Prospects:

1. Jordan Tripp Montana Middle Linebacker; Senior Bowl Invite
2. Tyler Starr South Dakota East-West Shrine Game Invite; Projects as an N.F.L. 3-4 Outside Linebacker?
3. Brock Coyle Montana Rising Fast after Excellent Pro Day; Potential 4th-5th Round Pick?
4. Brad Daly Montana State Prolific College DE, Likely Projects as aN N.F.L. Linebacker.
5. Nate Dreiling Pittsburg State East-West Shrine Game Invite
6. Johnny Millard Cal-Poly  East-West Shrine Game Invite; Son of ex-N.F.L. All-Pro Keith Millard
7. LeRon Furr Fort Valley State Transfer from Oklahoma State due to Legal Issues; Cousin of Ozzie Newsome
8. Stephon Robertson James Madison
9. Dorian Bell Duquesne Transfer from Ohio State
10. Cqulin Hubert Southeastern Louisiana Transfer from Texas Tech

Best Of The Rest, Loosely Ranked

Carlos Fields Jr. Winston-Salem State
Joe Thomas South Carolina State
Brandon Denmark Florida A&M Transfer from Illinois
--- Wes Dothard Tennessee at Chattanooga
--- Clarence Bumpas Northern Colorado Prolific Tackler; Kansas State Transfer; Left K.S.U. Due to Legal Issues.
--- Grant Olson North Dakota State
--- Ronnie Hamlin Eastern Washington
--- Michael Cole Maine   Athletic DE, who Might have N.F.L. chance at Outside Linebacker
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             





NFL Draft
NCAA Football

Your Ad Here
Firefox 3

                                                                                             

Your Ad Here