LB McClover, DE Orr lead the way
ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper take a look at some of the most intriguing second-day prospects in the 2004 NFL draft.
Editor's Note: ESPN.com draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. examines a group of players -- some from major-college powers and others from small schools -- who are unknown names but have the potential to be sleeper picks in the fourth-sixth rounds of the 2004 NFL draft.
Jorge Cordova, MLB, Nevada: A pass-rushing end who showed promise as a linebacker early in his career, Cordova will likely move inside at the pro level. He is an instinctive player who locates the ball well and was productive week-to-week.
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