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 West Liberty State and Texas State to the smallest Ivy League, Division III and N.A.I.A. college programs like Mount Union State 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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1. Terrance West Towson University Declared Junior; Potential Top 100 Draft Pick?
2. Jerick McKinnon Georgia Southern Ex-G.S.U. QB Likely Draft Pick as a Tailback after Stellar Senior Bowl & Combine.
3. Isaiah Crowell Alabama State Declared Junior; University of Georgia Transfer
4. Lorenzo Taliaferro Coastal Carolina Potential Fullback/Powerback; Received Late Invite to Senior Bowl
5. Tim Flanders Sam Houston State
6. Zach Bauman Northern Arizona  
7. Kyle Harbridge St. Francis (PA) Might be Drafted in Latter Rounds, after Great Display @ Villanova's Pro Day
8. D.J. Adams Portland State University of Maryland Transfer
9. Jaamal Berry Murray State Spent three seasons at Ohio State; Left Because of Legal Issues
10. Fabian Truss Samford  

Best Of The Rest, Loosely Ranked

--- Cody Kirk Montana State
--- Shakir Bell Indiana State  
--- John Spooney Brown Declared Junior; Ex-Ivy League Track Star
--- Darien Robinson Citadel  Running Back/Fullback
--- Sam Ojuri North Dakota State
--- Kedrick Rhodes West Alabama 2010-12 Starter at Florida International
--- Charcandrick West Abilene Christian
--- Franklyn Quiteh Bloomsburg
--- Terrance Cobb University of the Cumberlands
--- Marcus Coker Stony Brook Iowa Transfer
--- Andrew Pierce Delaware  
--- Isidore Jackson Bethune-Cookman

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             





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