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Three future NFL wide receivers we feel have Pro Bowl talent but are consider late rounders

There are many great players in the 2015 NFL Draft, but many players do not get the hype that the first round guys receive.  I have been sitting there watching film over and over again and I have found three players that I feel are Pro Bowl caliber, and I wanted to share with you who those players are. 

While many people are talking about Amari Cooper and Kevin White, there are a three players that I could see going late and end up being Pro Bowlers in the right system.  Here are the players and the team I would like to see them on. 

tyTy Montgomery – Stanford – The Denver Broncos are a gun slinging team, but they love players like Montgomery.  If Ty Montgomery was to be drafted by the Denver Broncos in the later rounds of the NFL Draft, he would become a Pro Bowler.  Montgomery is a solid punt/kick returner which the Broncos have been looking for, and he has amazing hands.  Montgomery would fill the void of Wes Welker and become a prime target for Manning.  If Montgomery lands on the Broncos I would expect him to be a Pro Bowler early in his career. 

hardyJustin Hardy – East Carolina – The Carolina Panthers have zero main receivers and they should know about the small school wide out from down the road.  Hardy is a freak of nature with great hands.  He was the offense at East Carolina, and the NCAA pass catching champion could become a prime target opposite of Kelvin Benjamin.  While many will plan to double Benjamin, Hardy could become a weapon that terrorizes defenses.  Hardy is not the fastest player, but he gets open. He reminds me of Eric Moulds, and I see him becoming a Pro Bowler. 

dezminDezmin Lewis – University of Central Arkansas – The New Orleans Saints lost Jimmy Graham, their big target in the red zone, but don’t worry.  If Drew Brees was able to land the 6’4 Lewis the Saints would dominate still.  Lewis has amazing hands and comes down with some amazing balls.  Lewis made more Top 10 ESPN Highlights than many players do in their entire career his senior year.  He will be a huge target for Brees, and I could see him developing into a major contributor to the Saints offense. 

NFL Draft Diamonds was created to assist the underdogs playing the sport. We call them diamonds in the rough. My name is Damond Talbot, I have worked extremely hard to help hundreds of small school players over the past several years, and will continue my mission. We have several contributors on this site, and if they contribute their name and contact will be in the piece above. You can email me at nfldraftdiamonds@gmail.com

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