tallzman wrote:so what TE or WR sleepers are there
The problem with your question is that knowing the scoring system does not really impact which sleepers are good prospects. The very nature of a sleeper is that it is someone who hasn't done much to date, but *might* be in a better situation to put up good numbers this year. Knowing your scoring system doesn't really change anything too much, because it is all still a crap shoot.
BUT, some good picks that might slip lower than they should are:
RB - Duce Staley (he's slipping to the middle rounds even though he's a decent STARTING RB)
QB - Jeff Garcia (he's not at the top of anyone's QB list, but with the sheer number of targets he's gonna have next year, he might come up big)
WR - Devard Darling (although not touted as one of the top college prospects, he is a damn fine WR and might be able to become the number one guy in BAL)