ESPN names Jarrett as potential NFL draft sleeper
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ESPN's Tom Luginbill thinks that former Clemson defensive tackle Grady Jarrett is undervalued and a NFL draft sleeper pick.
He predicts that Jarrett will outperform where he will be drafted this weekend for his NFL career.
The Tigers' defensive line each of the last two seasons was as good as there was in college football, and while pass-rushing specialist Vic BeasleyVic Beasley
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