A home game of sorts for Tulane, who make a triumphant return to the post season after many years of mediocrity.  This game offers one of the better sleepers at the receiver position.

Ryan Grant/WR/Tulane: Grant is one of the best kept secrets at the receiver position.  The ultra-productive wide out, who’s expected to be in Mobile for the Senior Bowl next month, is incredibly reliable and consistent.  He lacks great size/speed (6-foot/190lbs, 4.58s) but offers great hands and a feel for the position.  Grant is a middle round pick that should be a productive fourth receiver in the NFL.  4th Round

Daniel Quave/OL/La-Lafayette: The Cajuns left tackle, Quave is an underclassman blocker with a good degree of upside.  He’s a quick lineman with solid movement skills as well as the ability to slide laterally or get out front and block in motion.  It remains to be seen whether Quave is better at left tackle or kicked inside to guard yet there’s no denying he’ll be playing on Sunday’s relatively soon.  7th Round

Orleans Darkwa/RB/Tulane: Like his teammate, Darkwa has fallen under the radar screen yet offers the skills necessary to play on Sunday’s.  He’s a well size ball carrier at 210lbs and a down hill runner who plays with an aggressive nature.  Unlikely to be selected at anytime during the draft’s seven rounds, Darkwa would be a nice fit at the next level as a short yardage runner.  Free Agent