Note: I ruled out Matt Leinart, J.P. Losman, Ladell Betts, DeAngelo Williams, Jerious Norwood, Brandon Jackson, Owen Daniels, Kevin Curtis, D.J. Hackett and Brandon Marshall. Sleepers? You could argue. But super sleepers? No.
Kellen Clemens, QB, Jets: When you're drafting a backup quarterback, you're thinking about injuries, and perhaps no starter is more likely to get hurt than Chad Pennington. C-Pen has a powder-puff arm; Clemens (appropriately) has a rocket, and I don't see coach Eric Mangini and the Jets making a deep playoff run with Pennington at the helm. At some point, the Mangenius needs to see what Clemens can do. In deep or keeper leagues, that makes him intriguing.
Tony Hunt, RB, Eagles: Frustrated by Correll Buckhalter's inability to stay healthy, the Eagles drafted Hunt out of Penn State and hope they've got their barreling, short-yardage back of the future. It's a good situation for Hunt; if he beats out Buckhalter, he'll back up Brian Westbrook, one of the league's smallest backs, and will be used in short-yardage situations. Hunt is also a really good receiver (86 catches in three collegiate seasons) and might work his way into third downs. He's a great handcuff for Westbrook owners.