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As a lifelong Cleveland Browns fan [url=]Joe Flacco Jersey[/url] , I can tell you firsthand that some people take the words of ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. as gospel. As a teenager in the '70s, Kiper was merely an amateur scout that would write draft reports and personally hand them out to anyone who would read them. While in high school in Baltimore, Maryland, Mel Kiper had the chance to give one of his draft reports to Baltimore Colts executive Ernie Accorsi. Accorsi encouraged Kiper to turn his passion into a business and sell his draft reports to NFL fans and the rest is history. In 1981 while attending Essex Community College [url=]Drew Stafford Jersey[/url] , Kiper started Kiper Enterprises and by 1984 he started draft coverage at ESPN before the NFL draft became what it is known as today.

Throughout the years, Kiper has been on television and in print giving grades and analysis of nearly every draft eligible player over the last 34 years. That is a lot of experience and that kind of experience is what makes Kiper so well respected in his field. If you are a younger NFL fan, Mel Kiper is all you know and if Kiper doesn't like a player or falls in love with one, fans tend to do the same. This is not the case however for NFL front office personnel. Kiper's mock drafts have rarely been correct and you would find it surprising how different NFL teams view prospects compared to the analysis of a Mel Kiper or even a Todd McShay. With that being said [url=][/url] , we'll look at 10 NFL players that proved Mel Kiper wrong and 10 young players that will.

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Lee completed 15 of 30 passes for 201 yards in the preseason and was sacked five times. Lee was a two-year starter (2014-15) at Tulane before transferring to Nebraska and starting last year.

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Wilds carried 27 times for 125 yards and a touchdown in the preseason.

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