GBN West coast sleepers

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  1. jim1

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    1. T/G Kyle Long, Oregon; SR; 6-7, 312, 5.04: This is Howie Long's other son - the bigger, more athletic one. Let's preface this by saying Kyle has petitioned the NCAA for another year of eligibility and if it is granted, he will likely stay at Oregon. But if not, he could turn out to be a sleeper who jumps up boards based on potential. I can see him being a prudent 5th-round pick as a backup T/G.

    2. DE/OLB Bojay Filimoeatu, Utah State; SR; 6-1, 258, 4.72: Watching Bojay's video, what there is of it, is entertaining. How many 258lb football players, besides Jason Pierre-Paul, do you see bounding around on a football field like a young springbok? Bojay does. He's a high-motor, physical, aggressive player, and that jumps out.

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