NFL Draft: Breaking Down Syracuse’s Marcus Sales as a Sleeper Pick

March 27, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Syracuse's Marcus Sales is ready to voyage to the NFL and reward whichever team takes a leap of faith in him this April. After all, Sales has all the physical tools and track record needed to imply that he is destined for a quality role in the big leagues.
Listed at 6'0'' and 192 pounds, Sales offers a skill set with long arms and long running strides. As a senior last season, Sales recorded 64 receptions for 882 yards and eight touchdowns. In fact, after the first three games of the 2012 NCAA season, Sales had caught 25 passes for 350 yards and four scores.
In the Pinstripe Bowl that followed the 2010 NCAA season, Sales recorded five receptions 172 yards and three touchdowns against Kansas State, playing in Yankee Stadium on a national stage.
However, Sales isn't being regarded as a "can't-miss" prospect, and chances are that few football fans would recognize Sales' name going across the television screen on draft day.
Why is that, you might ask?

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