Four writers from ProFootballFocus are tasked with highlighting a late-round impact player from the 2011 draft class. Three of the chosen players were 5th rounders. The other player chosen is our own Chris Harris, a nice surprise who was actually signed after not being drafted at all. Check out the link above. "Outside of Richard Sherman, no cornerback from 2011 draft class can make an argument for having been more productive on defense thus far than Harris and, in my opinion, Harris is the all-around more valuable player." Here's your sign: You know you got a Grade-A draft day steal when an undrafted player is called the most productive player at his position, regardless of where he was drafted - a position that includes the likes of Patrick Peterson, no less. The future is bright for this kid. Lucky us. And thanks to Brian Xanders for finding this gem.