2014 NFL Draft Best Value Picks for the AFC West

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Feb 22, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Arkansas State nose tackle Ryan Carrethers speaks at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

In every draft, you will find sleepers and guys who get picked in the middle and later rounds that can provide fantastic value for your team.

Here are four players from the AFC West that I think might have been under-drafted, guys that can make an impact as rookies that were great value picks in this year’s draft.

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Ryan Carrethers

Nose Tackle, Arkansas State

The Chargers waited until the fifth round of this year’s draft to address their nose tackle situation, and they came away with a really interesting prospect. The 6’1″ 337 pound Carrethers comes from Arkansas State, where the Chargers said he played his best against top competition. Carrethers has a wrestling background and is pretty quick for his size, and has phenomenal strength. With the way the Chargers’ roster is currently set up, it wouldn’t shock me to see him wind up getting into the rotation early in his career and making an impact.
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