8. Kendall Fuller
While not very big, Fuller has proven that he can play at the next level. He had a very good start to his 2015 season before sitting out the rest of the year with a torn meniscus he suffered in camp.
Over the 2013 and 2014 seasons, he had 34 pass deflections and eight interceptions. This has been good enough to shoot him up draft boards and get him lots of love from scouts all over the league.