Georgia State’s Chandon Sullivan dubbed ‘dark horse’ of NFL combine

MADISON, WI - SEPTEMBER 17: Chandon Sullivan #10 and Penny Hart #18 of the Georgia State Panthers celebrate after Sullivan made an interception against the Wisconsin Badgers in the fourth quarter at Camp Randall Stadium on September 17, 2016 in Madison, Wisconsin. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

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MADISON, WI - SEPTEMBER 17: Chandon Sullivan #10 and Penny Hart #18 of the Georgia State Panthers celebrate after Sullivan made an interception against the Wisconsin Badgers in the fourth quarter at Camp Randall Stadium on September 17, 2016 in Madison, Wisconsin. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

One NFL executive is high on Georgia State cornerback Chandon Sullivan.

NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah reached out to five NFL personnel executives to get their take on who will be be the biggest surprise at this year's scouting combine, and one executive replied the Panthers senior would turn heads in Indianapolis.

“My dark horse is Chandon Sullivan. He's going to open some eyes after he tests here in Indy,” the anonymous executive said.

Sullivan tallied 182 tackles, 25 passes defended and a school-record seven interceptions in his four-year Panther career.

“Sullivan is very raw, but teams are always looking to invest in players like him in the middle-to-late rounds of the draft,” Jeremiah wrote.