NFL Draft Bible 2018 All-Underrated Team

NFL Draft Bible Founder Ric Serritella names his 2018 All-Underrated Team, featuring top prospects who don’t nearly get enough attention. Be sure to file these names for the memory bank, as many of them will be making an impact on Sunday!
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QB-Devante Kincade, Grambling: Similar prospect to Russell Wilson.
RB-Gus Edwards, Rutgers: Between the tackles runner with the film to back it up.
FB-Jaylen Samuels: No true position but this player won’t be drafted high enough.
WR-Vyncint Smith, Limestone: A head-turning pro day has earned him a day three grade.
WR-Charles Holland, Tiffin: Not on the media radar but this player won’t be lost amongst NFL scouts.
TE-Deon Yelder, Western Kentucky: Late season riser who popped up on NFL radar.
OL-Jamil Demby, Maine: This is a future starter at the next level.
OL-Dejon Allen, Hawaii: He has proven to be a monumental obstacle for defenders to try and get by.
OL-Alex Officer, Pittsburgh: A non-traditional center who weighs in at nearly 350 pounds and can move.
OL-Cody O’Connell: Mount Cody was shuttered from the combine but there are some traits to work with here.
OL-Matt Diaz, Wagner: Recently had a workout with the Eagles and Texans.
K-Lane Clark, Tennessee State: Brings the boom beyond the 50 but needs to wrangle in some of his accuracy woes inside that range.
DT-PJ Hall, Sam Houston State: Red flags will knock his draft stock down but he could be an immediate impact rookie.
DT-Bruce Hector, USF: Has played in various schemes but is capable of being a backfield disruptor from the interior.
DE-RJ McIntosh, Miami: Could wind up being the top 3-4 defensive end prospect of this draft class.
DE-Ade Aruna, Tulane: Raw upside and athleticism makes him a very wise draft investment.
OLB-Marquis Haynes, Ole Miss: A forgotten man amongst this year’s pass-rushers who could be a third down specialist.
OLB-Darius Jackson, Jacksonville State: Explosive first step and burst off the edge will see him selected higher than you might think.
ILB-Ed Shockley, Villanova: True quarterback of the defense who calls out plays, leads and flies around the football field.
CB-Tre Herndon, Vanderbilt: A proven cover corner in the SEC, he matched up against opponents’ top receivers on a weekly basis.
CB-Parry Nickerson, Tulane: Was the combine a wake up call to teams not aware of his talents? This is a Sunday starter.
S-Natrell Jamerson, Nebraska: All he does is make big time
S-Ezekiel Turner, Washington: This is a good looking player with great size/athleticism who can be a valuable backup and play all special teams.
P-Matt White, Monmouth: One of the top punter prospects in this year’s draft class; also a kickoff specialist.