Although he never won a Super Bowl, this former late third-round draft pick was one of the hardest wide receivers to cover in the NFL. He spent most of his years in San Francisco and Philadelphia.
- Jerry Rice
- Michael Irvin
- Terrell Owens
- Randy Moss
Who was the Los Angeles Rams defensive end that dominated the NFL long before they kept track of sacks and was drafted in the 14th round of the 1961 NFL Draft?
- Alan Page
- Joe Greene
- Doug Atkins
- Deacon Jones
When the Buffalo Bills went to four straight Super Bowls, wide receiver Andre Reed was a huge part of their success. But in which of the late rounds was this offensive stud eventually taken?
With only 78 games in his career, which former Denver Broncos running back still earned a spot in the HOF even after being drafted in the sixth round of the 1995 NFL Draft?
- Shaun Alexander
- Terrell Davis
- Marshall Faulk
- Priest Holmes
Since NFL teams don't like to draft kickers in the first round, Hall of Famers like Morten Anderson wind up slipping into which round?
Roger Staubach would become a Hall of Famer and two-time Super Bowl champion. But which late round did the Dallas Cowboys wind up choosing him in on NFL Draft day in 1964?
In 1955, the Pittsburgh Steelers chose this player with their ninth-round pick. He became a HOFer and multiple Pro Bowler after being the Baltimore Colts starting QB for 17 seasons.
- Johnny Unitas
- Bob Griese
- George Blanda
- Fran Tarkenton
The Denver Broncos didn't choose this talented player until the seventh round of the 1990 NFL Draft. Who was it?
- Tony Gonzalez
- Shannon Sharpe
- Kellen Winslow
- Ozzie Newsome
This QB was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the 17th round. He would end up leading the team to consecutive Super Bowl wins and also dominate the league for his entire career.
- Brett Favre
- Aaron Rodgers
- Bart Starr
- Don Majkowski
California Panthers player Kevin Greene was such a dominating linebacker that he was still getting about 14 to 15 sacks per game at 36. What round in the 1985 NFL Draft did he end up getting drafted?
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The NFL Draft is an annual event that allows every team in the league to pick from the pool of college athletes in the available player pool. However, because you can't actually predict the future, it's impossible to know the type of player these kids are going to become. The media will spin everything and they are responsible for the fans' obsession with ranking incoming prospects to the NFL Draft.
Whether it's a quarterback, offensive tackle, defensive back, or an edge rusher, any NFL team has a chance to strike it rich and land a Tom Brady type, who was a sixth-round draft pick. All a team can do is scout these athletes and trust their guts on NFL Draft day.