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NFL Draft: Top 10 players picked who were two-stars or below

Trey Lance
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With the NFL Draft in the books we take a look at the top picks at each star level. We finish today with the top 10 players who were ranked as two stars or below.

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  1. QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State  

Lance had an awkward sidearm release back in the day, but he developed into an elite quarterback at the FCS level.

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2. LB Zaven Collins, Tulsa  

Collins was a massive athlete who was a tweener in high school and developed well as a linebacker at Tulsa.

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3. DE Payton Turner, Houston  

A raw edge, Turner didn’t garner a ton of attention in high school and as a Group of Five recruit it allowed him to gain experience and develop.

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4. RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina   

Williams was projected as a safety because he was so physical, but he wasn’t great in coverage. He switched his focus to running back in college.

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5. DB Richie Grant, UCF  

Grant was overlooked despite solid size and his length, but later on he became known as a big hitter.

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6. OT Dillon Radunz, North Dakota State  

Another FCS star, Radunz got noticed while working to protect Lance.

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7. WR D’Wayne Eskridge, Western Michigan  

A MAC-level recruit, Eskridge took his game to the next level in college.

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8. QB Kyle Trask, Florida  

Trask, as we all know, was a backup to D’Eriq King in high school, so there was no way to rank him higher.

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9. OT Brady Christensen, BYU  

Christensen went from a regional recruit to an NFL prospect at BYU.

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10. DL Milton Williams, Louisiana Tech  

Williams was not heavily recruited but he always had size and power.