2025 NFL draft sleepers: Scouts pick under-the-radar players

A year ago at this time, in advance of the college football season, we asked NFL scouts to name 10 prospects who were going under the radar as they started their summer scouting for the Class of 2024. That list yielded future top-65 picks Graham Barton (Bucs), Ladd McConkey (Chargers) and Malachi Corley (Jets).

This year, we're expanding our list of under-the-radar 2025 prospects.

Thanks to NIL rules and an extra year of eligibility because of the coronavirus pandemic, we should see a stacked class next April. NFL scouts have told me they're evaluating upward of 25 prospects at several Power 5 schools. To put that into perspective, the 2022 Georgia team had 15 players drafted -- a record for the most picks from one school in a single draft. It's possible the Class of 2025 will feature the largest pool of draftable talent we've ever seen.

We polled more than a dozen NFL scouts and execs from across the league to build a list of 14 under-the-radar prospects for the 2025 class. Let's dig in, in no particular order:

Kevin Winston Jr., S, Penn State