Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Continuing our look at college prospects who aren't likely to be drafted in the first three rounds but could be very good players in the NFL, we turn to ACC ace Heather Dinich.
She goes in depth with this post over on the College Football Blog Network.
Here are three players she expects to do well as pros, with parenthetical ratings info added be me:
Victor "Macho" Harris, CB, Virginia Tech -- A potential late third-round, early fourth-round pick, Harris is a hard hitter with exceptional ball skills. He reads blocks well and is a scoring threat, especially in the open field. (NFLDraftScout.com rates Harris as a fifth-rounder.)
Anthony Hill, TE, NC State -- He doesn't drop many balls, he stays tough in traffic, and is efficient getting into his routes. He's a strong blocker who would have been much more productive had his career not been marred by injuries. (NFLDraftScout.com rates Hill as a fourth-rounder.)
Aaron Kelly, WR, Clemson -- He uses his height to his advantage for jump balls, can create separation and be a threat for yards after catch. He is an average blocker, but was underutilized in Clemson's offense last year. (NFLDraftScout.com rates Kelly as a fifth-rounder.)
Thanks to Heather for chiming in.