05:54 PM ET 01.29 | The 2013 NFL Draft is still months away, but teams will be digging deep into the college football film to analyze the top prospects in the game and see if any lesser known players emerge. In draft terms, a "sleeper" is an under-the-radar player who could turn out to be an incredible value for the team who selects him in the later rounds. This year, a small school wide receiver is creating a lot of discussion early in draft season. Sierra College wide receiver Courtney Gardner's name is "making the rounds in the scouting community as one of the biggest sleepers at the receiver position." Gardner stands an impressive 6-foot-3 and weighs in at 220-pounds. His frame and physical prowess are generating the hype. He is certainly a big-bodied wide receiver that can use his size well to keep defenders away and elevate for the ball.