Not the upper crust of NFL prospects but several of these players will make NFL rosters come the end of summer. Here's a few I like :
Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood--Haitian born with quite a backstory. He had 52 pass deflections in his college career including 25 INT's. The word is that despite coming from DII he's held his own and probably has a Senior Bowl invite coming. Nearly 6'1", 200 lbs, he has 9 1/2 in. hands and 32 7/8 in. arms (longer than Pugh, lol!). I'm really intrigued by Desir.
Larry Webster III, DE, Bloomsburg--Went to college on a basketball scholarship where he was a 4 year starter, division player of the year and career blocks leader. Decided to play football, which he hadn't played since HS while he had eligibility left. In two years he had 31 TFLs including 26 sacks. His father, Larry Webster Jr. played 11 years in the NFL on the D-line. The younger Webster is still learning using mostly his athleticism to win rather than technique and he's a bit upright and stiff-hipped, but if a team has the time he could become a productive NFL player. He has 10.25 in. hands and is nearly 6'6". Only weighed in at 249 lbs. though
Dakota Dozier, OL, Furman--Over 6'3", 312 lbs and plays with some nasty. Team captain with 44 straight starts, he's the kind of guy you want to go into the trenches with.
James Stone, C, Tennessee--Was the pivot on a line that rivaled Alabama in the SEC. Hope he has a big game.
DeDe Lattimore, LB, Univ. of S. Florida--Lattimore played ILB for the Bulls this past year but was much more effective from WLB where he played half of 2012. Smallish (under 6') and is a bit overaggressive and undisciplined but coaching can fix that. Plus, USF players have treated us well in recent drafts.
Ryan Groy, OL, Wisconsin--Never missed a game as a Badger including 33 starts. His starts include, LT, LG, C and FB. Another Wisconsin lineman with versatility and will definitely make an NFL roster.