College football has good players all over the country. Even though the big name players like Matt Stafford, Andre Smith, Sam Bradford, and Michael Crabtree are in BCS conferences, there are good players in Non-BCS conferences like Ben Roethlisberger, DeMarcus Ware, Roddy White and DeAngelo Williams. Also, many sleepers that have a good NFL career are Non-BCS conferences.
Nate Davis, QB Ball State- The next great QB out of the MAC, Davis will catch some scout's eyes. He is 6'2'', which is a little small but has great accuracy. Does very well outside the pocket. I see him as a mid 2nd to early 3rd round draft pick if he comes out early. If he stays in school and produces well next season, he could be a early 2nd to late 1st rounder.
Devin Moore, RB Wyoming- This RB will be a hit or a miss. He is about 5'9'' and is quick. He can run a low 4.3 and will catch scouts eyes. I see him more of a home run hitter or a return specialist. I see him being drafted in the 3rd round.
Daniel Holtzclaw, ILB Eastern Michigan- A very underrated ILB who led his team in tackles. Even though the Eagles didn't have their best season, Holtzclaw had a good season. I hope he makes it into the 3rd round, may end up in the 4th or 5th.
Mark Parsons, CB Ohio- Good CB, who had a good game against Ohio State. He wasn't thrown to much, so his stats and some of his stock dropped a little. Se him 3rd or 4th round.
Sean Smith, CB/S Utah- Had a superb season playing for the undefeated Utes. His stock has been rising signifitly high. If he leaves now, he could end up late 2nd to mid third. If he stays and has another great season, see his stock raise to maybe 2nd or 1st round.
Jerry Hughs, DE/OLB TCU- This guy is a nightmare to QBs in the WAC. He is always disrupting the QB somehow, and is only a third year sophomore. He most likely will stay in college and become more of a NFL ready DE.