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 Maine and Hampton University to the smallest Ivy League, Division III and N.A.I.A. college programs like Hillsdale College and Harvard.

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 Offensive Tackle Prospects:

1. Ali Marpet Hobart College  Senior Bowl Invite; East-West Shrine Game Invite
2. Jake Rodgers Eastern Washington Washington State Transfer
3. Cole Manhart Nebraska-Kearney  
4. Cody Clay Azusa Pacific Recruited by Tennesee, U.C.L.A & Utah, after JUCO Career
5. Ned Daryoush Lehigh Potential N.F.L. Offensive Guard?
6. Jermaine Barton Illinois State  University of Miami Transfer
7. Garrett Frye Georgia Southern
8. Matt Huffer South Dakota
9. Casey Beck Upper Iowa  
10. Mason Halter Fordham

Best Of The Rest, Loosely Ranked


--- Forrestal Hickman Missouri Rolla
--- Chris Reed Minnesota State
--- Joe Kaleta Coastal Carolina
--- Andy Marcotte Virginia Military
--- Richard Washington Moorehouse College

Top Small School Guard and Center Prospects:

1. Robert Myers Tennessee State Louisiana State Transfer; Senior Bowl Invite
2. Collin Seibert Eastern Illinois  
3. Nick Easton Harvard Center
4. Antoine Everett McNeese State  Started @ Left Tackle in College
5. Austin Gund Richmond  Center
6. Ross Hall Villanova  Guard and Center Prospect
7. Arthur Doakes Stony Brook Pitt Transfer
8. Marcus Reed Fayetville state  
9. Matt Williams James Madison Center
10. Chad Hamilton Coastal Carolina Center

Best Of The Rest, Loosely Ranked

--- Chris Barfield Fairmont State
--- Leon Hill Glenville State  
--- Matthew Reece Tuskegee University Center
--- Quinn Catalano Montana State  
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             





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