1987 NFL Draft

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1987 NFL Draft
General information
Date(s)April 28–29, 1987
Location New York Marriott Marquis
in New York City, NY
Network(s) ESPN
Overview
335 total selections in 12 rounds
League NFL
First selection Vinny Testaverde, QB
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Mr. Irrelevant Norman Jefferson, CB
Green Bay Packers
Most selections (20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Fewest selections (8) Cleveland Browns
Hall of Famers
  1986
1988  

The 1987 NFL draft was the procedure by which National Football League teams selected amateur college football players. It is officially known as the NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting. The draft was held April 28–29, 1987, at the Marriot Marquis in New York City, New York. [1] [2] The league also held a supplemental draft after the regular draft and before the regular season.

Contents

Player selections

= Pro Bowler [3] = Hall of Famer

Round one

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vinny Testaverde [4] Quarterback Miami (FL)
2 Indianapolis Colts Cornelius Bennett Outside Linebacker Alabama
3 Houston Oilers Alonzo Highsmith Running Back Miami (FL)
4 Green Bay Packers Brent Fullwood Running Back Auburn
5 Cleveland Browns Mike Junkin Inside Linebacker Duke
6 St. Louis Cardinals Kelly Stouffer (refused to sign with team)Quarterback Colorado State
7 Detroit Lions Reggie Rogers Defensive Tackle Washington
8 Buffalo Bills Shane Conlan Middle Linebacker Penn State
9 Philadelphia Eagles Jerome Brown Defensive TackleMiami (FL)
10 Pittsburgh Steelers Rod Woodson Cornerback Purdue
11 New Orleans Saints Shawn Knight Nose Tackle BYU
12 Dallas Cowboys Danny Noonan Defensive Tackle Nebraska
13 Atlanta Falcons Chris Miller Quarterback Oregon
14 Minnesota Vikings D. J. Dozier Running BackPenn State
15 Los Angeles Raiders John Clay Offensive Tackle Missouri
16 Miami Dolphins John Bosa Defensive End Boston College
17 Cincinnati Bengals Jason Buck Defensive EndBYU
18 Seattle Seahawks Tony Woods Defensive End Pitt
19 Kansas City Chiefs Paul Palmer Running Back Temple
20Houston Oilers Haywood Jeffires Wide Receiver North Carolina State
21 New York Jets Roger Vick Fullback Texas A&M
22 San Francisco 49ers Harris Barton Offensive Tackle North Carolina
23 New England Patriots Bruce Armstrong Offensive Tackle Louisville
24 San Diego Chargers Rod Bernstine Running BackTexas A&M
25San Francisco 49ers Terrence Flagler Running Back Clemson
26 Chicago Bears Jim Harbaugh Quarterback Michigan
27 Denver Broncos Ricky Nattiel Wide Receiver Florida
28 New York Giants Mark Ingram Wide Receiver Michigan State
-Seattle Seahawks (supplemental draft) Brian Bosworth Linebacker Oklahoma

Round two

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
29Buffalo Bills Nate Odomes Cornerback Wisconsin
30 Washington Redskins Brian Davis CornerbackNebraska
31Atlanta Falcons Kenny Flowers Running BackClemson
32Cleveland Browns Gregg Rakoczy Center Miami (FL)
33Buffalo Bills Roland Mitchell Cornerback Texas Tech
34St. Louis Cardinals Tim McDonald Safety USC
35Kansas City Chiefs Christian Okoye Fullback Azusa Pacific
36Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ricky Reynolds Cornerback Washington State
37San Francisco 49ers Jeff Bregel Guard USC
38Pittsburgh Steelers Delton Hall CornerbackClemson
39Dallas Cowboys Ron Francis Cornerback Baylor
40New Orleans Saints Lonzell Hill Wide ReceiverWashington
41Green Bay Packers Johnny Holland LinebackerTexas A&M
42New York Jets Alex Gordon LinebackerCincinnati
43Miami Dolphins Rick Graf LinebackerWisconsin
44Minnesota Vikings Ray Berry LinebackerBaylor
45Seattle Seahawks Dave Wyman LinebackerStanford
46Houston Oilers Walter Johnson LinebackerLouisiana Tech
47 Los Angeles Rams Donald Evans Defensive endWinston-Salem State
48Washington RedskinsWally KleineTackleNotre Dame
49Cincinnati Bengals Eric Thomas CornerbackTulane
50Tampa Bay Buccaneers Winston Moss LinebackerMiami (FL)
51Tampa Bay Buccaneers Don Smith Running backMississippi State
52Los Angeles Raiders Bruce Wilkerson TackleTennessee
53San Diego Chargers Louis Brock CornerbackUSC
54Chicago Bears Ron Morris Wide ReceiverSouthern Methodist
55New York Giants Adrian White CornerbackFlorida
56Miami Dolphins Scott Schwedes Wide redeiverSyracuse

Round three

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
57Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mark Carrier Wide receiverNicholls State
58Indianapolis Colts Chris Gambol TackleIowa
59San Diego Chargers Karl Wilson Defensive endLouisiana State
60Buffalo Bills David Brandon LinebackerMemphis State
61Green Bay Packers Dave Croston TackleIowa
62St. Louis Cardinals Rob Awalt Tight endSan Diego State
63Detroit Lions Jerry Ball Defensive tackleSouthern Methodist
64Houston Oilers Cody Carlson QuarterbackBaylor
65Philadelphia Eagles Ben Tamburello CenterAuburn
66Pittsburgh Steelers Charles Lockett Wide receiverLong Beach State
67New Orleans SaintsMike AdamsDefensive backArkansas State
68Dallas Cowboys Jeff Zimmerman GuardFlorida
69Green Bay Packers Scott Stephen LinebackerArizona State
70St. Louis Cardinals Colin Scotts Defensive tackleHawaii
71Green Bay Packers Frankie Neal Wide receiverFort Hays State
72Minnesota Vikings Henry Thomas Defensive tackleLouisiana State
73Kansas City ChiefsTodd HowardLinebackerTexas A&M
74Los Angeles Rams Cliff Hicks CornerbackOregon
75New York Jets Onzy Elam LinebackerTennessee State
76Cincinnati BengalsLeonard BellDefensive backIndiana
77Cincinnati Bengals Skip McClendon Defensive endArizona State
78Buffalo Bills Jamie Mueller Running backBenedictine
79New England Patriots Bob Perryman Running backMichigan
80Cleveland Browns Tim Manoa FullbackPenn State
81Los Angeles Raiders Steve Smith FullbackPenn State
82Cleveland Browns Jeff Jaeger KickerWashington
83New York Giants Stephen Baker Wide receiverFresno State
84Denver Broncos Michael Brooks LinebackerLouisiana State
-Tampa Bay Buccaneers (supplemental draft) Dan Sileo Defensive tackleMiami (FL)

Round four

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
85Tampa Bay Buccaneers Don Graham LinebackerPenn State
86Indianapolis Colts Randy Dixon TacklePittsburgh
87Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ron Hall Tight endHawaii
88San Diego Chargers Mark Vlasic QuarterbackIowa
89Green Bay Packers Lorenzo Freeman Defensive tacklePittsburgh
90St. Louis Cardinals Rod Saddler Defensive tackleTexas A&M
91Los Angeles Rams Doug Bartlett Defensive tackleNorthern Illinois
92Detroit Lions Garland Rivers Defensive backMichigan
93Philadelphia Eagles Byron Evans LinebackerArizona
94Pittsburgh Steelers Thomas Everett SafetyBaylor
95Dallas Cowboys Kelvin Martin Wide receiverBoston College
96New Orleans Saints Steve Trapilo GuardBoston College
97Atlanta FalconsRalph VanDykeTackleSouthern Illinois
98New England Patriots Rich Gannon QuarterbackDelaware
99Miami Dolphins Troy Stradford Running backBoston College
100Minnesota Vikings Reggie Rutland SafetyGeorgia Tech
101Chicago BearsSean SmithDefensive endGrambling
102New England PatriotsDerrick BeasleyDefensive backWinston-Salem State
103Cincinnati Bengals Jim Riggs Tight endClemson
104Seattle SeahawksMark MooreDefensive backOklahoma State
105Houston Oilers Mark Dusbabek LinebackerMinnesota
106Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bruce Hill Wide receiverArizona State
107New England Patriots Tim Jordan LinebackerWisconsin
108Los Angeles Rams Larry Kelm LinebackerTexas A&M
109Buffalo Bills Leon Seals Defensive endJackson State
110Los Angeles Raiders Steve Beuerlein QuarterbackNotre Dame
111Denver Broncos Marc Munford LinebackerNebraska
112New York Giants Odessa Turner Wide receiverNorthwest Louisiana
-Philadelphia Eagles (supplemental draft) Cris Carter Wide Receiver Ohio State

Round five

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
113New England Patriots Danny Villa TackleArizona State
114Indianapolis ColtsRoy BanksWide receiverEastern Illinois
115San Diego Chargers Nelson Jones Defensive backNorth Carolina State
116New England PatriotsTom GibsonDefensive endNorthern Arizona
117Washington Redskins Timmy Smith Running backTexas Tech
118St. Louis Cardinals George Swarn Running backMiami (OH)
119Seattle Seahawks Tommie Agee Running backAuburn
120Chicago BearsSteve BryanDefensive endOklahoma
121Philadelphia Eagles David Alexander CenterTulsa
122Pittsburgh Steelers Hardy Nickerson LinebackerCalifornia
123New Orleans Saints Milton Mack CornerbackAlcorn State
124Dallas Cowboys Everett Gay Wide receiverTexas
125Atlanta Falcons Mark Mraz Defensive endUtah State
126St. Louis Cardinals John Bruno PunterPenn State
127St. Louis Cardinals Ilia Jarostchuk LinebackerNew Hampshire
128Kansas City Chiefs Kitrick Taylor Wide receiverWashington State
129New York Jets Kirby Jackson Defensive backMississippi State
130Cincinnati Bengals Marc Logan Running backKentucky
131Seattle Seahawks Ruben Rodriguez PunterArizona
132Miami Dolphins Chris Conlin TacklePenn State
133Houston Oilers Spencer Tillman Running backOklahoma
134San Francisco 49ersPaul JokischWide receiverMichigan
135Tampa Bay Buccaneers Henry Rolling LinebackerNevada
136Los Angeles Rams Scott Mersereau Defensive tackleSouthern Connecticut
137Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tony Mayes Defensive backKentucky
138Chicago Bears Will Johnson Defensive endN.E. Louisiana
139Cincinnati Bengals Greg Horne PunterArkansas
140New York GiantsPaul O'ConnorGuardMiami (FL)

Round six

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
141Pittsburgh Steelers Tim Johnson Defensive tacklePenn State
142Indianapolis ColtsFreddie RobinsonDefensive backAlabama
143Tampa Bay Buccaneers Steve Bartalo Running backColorado State
144Washington Redskins Steve Gage Defensive backTulsa
145Green Bay PackersWillie MarshallWide receiverTemple
146St. Louis Cardinals Mark Garalczyk Defensive tackleWestern Michigan
147Houston Oilers Al Smith LinebackerUtah State
148Detroit Lions Danny Lockett LinebackerArizona
149Philadelphia EaglesRon MotenLinebackerFlorida
150Pittsburgh Steelers Greg Lloyd LinebackerFort Valley State
151Dallas Cowboys Joe Onosai GuardHawaii
152New Orleans SaintsThomas HenleyWide receiverStanford
153Atlanta FalconsPaul KiserGuardWake Forest
154Chicago Bears John Adickes CenterBaylor
155Miami Dolphins Lance Sellers LinebackerBoise State
156Minnesota VikingsGreg RichardsonWide receiverAlabama
157Cincinnati Bengals Sonny Gordon Defensive backOhio State
158Philadelphia Eagles Chris Pike Defensive tackleTulsa
159Houston Oilers Toby Caston LinebackerLouisiana State
160New York GiantsTim RichardsonRunning backPacific
161New York JetsTracy MartinWide receiverNorth Dakota
162San Francisco 49ersBob WhiteLinebackerPenn State
163New England Patriots Gene Taylor Wide receiverFresno State
164Washington Redskins Ed Simmons TackleEastern Washington
165Cleveland Browns Stephen Braggs Defensive backTexas
166Los Angeles Rams Jon Embree Tight endColorado
167Denver BroncosWarren MarshallRunning backJames Madison
168New York Giants Doug Riesenberg TackleCalifornia

Round seven

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
169Tampa Bay Buccaneers Curt Jarvis Defensive tackleAlabama
170Indianapolis Colts Mark Bellini Wide receiverBrigham Young
171Buffalo Bills Kerry Porter Running backWashington State
172Green Bay Packers Tony Leiker Defensive tackleStanford
173San Diego Chargers Jamie Holland Wide receiverOhio State
174St. Louis CardinalsTim PeoplesDefensive backWashington
175Detroit Lions Dan Saleaumua Defensive tackleArizona State
176Houston OilersRobert BanksDefensive tackleNotre Dame
177Philadelphia EaglesBrian WilliamsTackleCentral Michigan
178Pittsburgh SteelersChris KelleyTight endAkron
179New Orleans Saints Gene Atkins Defensive backFlorida A&M
180Dallas Cowboys Kevin Sweeney QuarterbackFresno State
181Atlanta Falcons Michael Reid LinebackerWisconsin
182Miami DolphinsTom BrownRunning backPittsburgh
183Los Angeles Raiders Bo Jackson Running backAuburn
184Seattle Seahawks Roland Barbay Defensive tackleLouisiana State
185Seattle Seahawks Derek Tennell Tight endUCLA
186Kansas City Chiefs Doug Hudson QuarterbackNicholls State
187New York Jets Gerald Nichols Defensive tackleFlorida State
188Cincinnati BengalsChris ThatcherGuardLafayette
189San Francisco 49ersSteve DeLineKickerColorado State
190Tampa Bay Buccaneers Harry Swayne TackleRutgers
191Green Bay PackersBill SmithPunterMississippi
192Washington Redskins Johnny Thomas Defensive backBaylor
193Chicago Bears Archie Harris TackleWilliam & Mary
194Denver Broncos Wilbur Strozier Tight endGeorgia
195St. Louis Cardinals William Harris Tight endBishop

Round eight

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
196New York JetsEddie HunterRunning backVirginia Tech
197Tampa Bay Buccaneers Stan Mataele Defensive tackleArizona
198Green Bay Packers Jeff Drost Defensive tackleIowa
199San Diego ChargersJoe MacEskerTackleTexas-El Paso
200Indianapolis ColtsChuckie MillerDefensive backUCLA
201St. Louis Cardinals Steve Alvord Defensive tackleWashington
202Houston OilersMichael JamesWide receiverWashington State
203Detroit Lions Dennis Gibson LinebackerIowa State
204San Diego Chargers Michael (Ron) Brown LinebackerUSC
205Pittsburgh SteelersCharles BuchananDefensive endTennessee State
206Dallas Cowboys Kevin Gogan GuardWashington
207New Orleans Saints Toi Cook Defensive backStanford
208Atlanta FalconsCurtis TaliaferroLinebackerVirginia Tech
209Buffalo BillsBruce MesnerDefensive tackleMaryland
210Miami Dolphins Joel Williams Tight endNotre Dame
211Minnesota Vikings Rick Fenney Running backWashington
212Miami Dolphins Mark Dennis TackleIllinois
213Los Angeles Rams Michael Stewart Defensive backFresno State
214New York JetsMike RicePunterMontana
215Cincinnati Bengals Solomon Wilcots Defensive backColorado
216Seattle Seahawks Sammy Garza QuarterbackTexas-El Paso
217San Francisco 49ers David Grayson LinebackerFresno State
218Kansas City Chiefs Michael Clemons Running backWilliam & Mary
219Washington Redskins Clarence Vaughn Defensive backNorthern Illinois
220Cleveland BrownsSteve BullittLinebackerTexas A&M
221Chicago BearsPaul MigliazzoLinebackerOklahoma
222Denver Broncos Dan Morgan GuardPenn State
223New York Giants Rod Jones Tight endWashington

Round nine

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
224Tampa Bay BuccaneersJoe ArmentroutRunning backWisconsin
225New York GiantsStan ParkerGuardNebraska
226San Diego Chargers Thomas Wilcher Running backMichigan
227Buffalo Bills Keith McKeller Tight endJacksonville State
228Green Bay PackersGreg HarrisGuardWake Forest
229St. Louis Cardinals Wayne Davis LinebackerAlabama
230Detroit LionsRick CalhounRunning backFullerton State
231Houston OilersWes NeighborsCenterAlabama
232Philadelphia EaglesKen LambiotteQuarterbackWilliam & Mary
233Pittsburgh Steelers Joey Clinkscales Wide receiverTennessee
234New Orleans SaintsScott LeachLinebackerOhio State
235Dallas Cowboys Alvin Blount Running backMaryland
236Atlanta FalconsTerrence AnthonyDefensive backIowa State
237Miami DolphinsTim PidgeonLinebackerSyracuse
238Los Angeles RaidersScott EcclesTight endEastern New Mexico
239Minnesota VikingsLeonard JonesDefensive backTexas Tech
240Los Angeles Rams Tracy Ham Running backGeorgia Southern
241New York JetsRon McLeanDefensive endFullerton State
242Cincinnati Bengals Craig Raddatz LinebackerWisconsin
243Seattle SeahawksM. L. JohnsonLinebackerHawaii
244Kansas City Chiefs Randy Watts Defensive endCatawba
245San Francisco 49ersJonathan ShelleyDefensive backMississippi
246Tampa Bay Buccaneers Greg Davis KickerThe Citadel
247Indianapolis Colts Bob Ontko LinebackerPenn State
248Washington Redskins Alfred Jenkins Running backArizona
249Chicago Bears Lakei Heimuli Running backBrigham Young
250Denver Broncos Bruce Plummer CenterMississippi State
251New York GiantsDana WrightRunning backFindlay

Round ten

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
252Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Simmonds GuardIndiana State
253Indianapolis Colts Chris Goode Defensive backAlabama
254Los Angeles RaidersRob HarrisonDefensive backSacramento State
255Green Bay Packers Don Majkowski QuarterbackVirginia
256San Diego ChargersAnthony AndersonDefensive backGrambling
257St. Louis Cardinals Charles Wright Defensive backTulsa
258Houston Oilers Curtis Duncan Wide receiverNorthwestern
259Detroit LionsRaynard BrownWide receiverSouth Carolina
260Philadelphia EaglesPaul CarberryDefensive tackleOregon State
261Pittsburgh Steelers Merril Hoge Running backIdaho State
262Dallas Cowboys Dale Jones LinebackerTennessee
263New Orleans Saints Robert Clark Wide receiverNorth Carolina Central
264Atlanta FalconsJerry ReeseTight endIllinois
265Los Angeles Raiders John Gesek GuardSacramento State
266Miami DolphinsBobby TaylorDefensive backWisconsin
267Minnesota VikingsBob RileyTackleIndiana State
268New York Jets Sid Lewis Defensive backPenn State
269Cincinnati BengalsDavid McCluskeyRunning backGeorgia
270Seattle SeahawksLouis ClarkWide receiverMississippi State
271Kansas City Chiefs James Evans Running backSouthern
272Los Angeles RamsDavid SmithLinebackerNorthern Arizona
273Los Angeles Raiders Jim Ellis LinebackerBoise State
274Washington Redskins Ted Wilson Wide receiverCentral Florida
275San Francisco 49ers John Paye QuarterbackStanford
276Cleveland Browns Frank Winters CenterWestern Illinois
277Chicago Bears Dick Chapura Defensive tackleMissouri
278Denver BroncosRafe WilkinsonLinebackerRichmond
279New York Giants Chuck Faucette LinebackerMaryland

Round eleven

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
280Tampa Bay Buccaneers Reggie Taylor Running backCincinnati
281Indianapolis ColtsJim ReynosaDefensive endArizona State
282Green Bay Packers Patrick Scott Wide receiverGrambling
283Buffalo Bills Howard Ballard TackleAlabama A&M
284San Diego ChargersJoe GoebelCenterUCLA
285St. Louis Cardinals Todd Peat GuardNorthern Illinois
286Detroit LionsBrian SiverlingTight endPenn State
287Houston Oilers John Davis GuardGeorgia Tech
288Los Angeles Raiders Chris McLemore Running backArizona
289Pittsburgh Steelers Paul Oswald CenterKansas
290New Orleans SaintsArthur WellsTight endGrambling
291Dallas CowboysJeff WardKickerTexas
292Atlanta Falcons Elbert Shelley SafetyArkansas State
293Miami DolphinsTerence MannDefensive tackleSouthern Methodist
294Los Angeles RaidersMario PerryTight endMississippi
295Minnesota Vikings Brent Pease QuarterbackMontana
296Cincinnati BengalsJim WarneTackleArizona State
297Seattle SeahawksDarryl OliverRunning backMiami (FL)
298Kansas City ChiefsCraig RichardsonWide receiverEastern Washington
299Denver BroncosSteve RobertsDefensive endWashington
300New York Jets Kirk Timmer LinebackerMontana State
301San Francisco 49ers Calvin Nicholas Wide receiverGrambling
302New England PatriotsCarlos ReveizKickerTennessee
303Cleveland BrownsLarry BrewtonDefensive backTemple
304Washington RedskinsLaron BrownWide receiverTexas
305Chicago Bears Tim Jessie Running backAuburn
306Denver BroncosTommy NealRunning backMaryland
307New York Giants Dave Walter QuarterbackMichigan Tech

Round twelve

Pick #NFL TeamPlayerPositionCollege
308Tampa Bay BuccaneersScott CooperDefensive tackleKearney State
309Indianapolis ColtsDavid AdamsRunning backArizona
310San Diego ChargersMarcus GreenwoodRunning backUCLA
311Buffalo Bills Joe McGrail Defensive tackleDelaware
312Seattle SeahawksWes DoveDefensive endSyracuse
313Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Shula QuarterbackAlabama
314Houston OilersIra ValentineRunning backTexas A&M
315Detroit Lions Gary Lee Wide receiverGeorgia Tech
316Philadelphia Eagles Bobby Morse Running backMichigan State
317Pittsburgh Steelers Theo Young Tight endArkansas
318Dallas CowboysScott ArmstrongLinebackerFlorida
319New Orleans SaintsTyrone SorrellsGuardGeorgia Tech
320Atlanta Falcons Larry Emery Running backWisconsin
321New York GiantsBill BerthusenDefensive tackleIowa State
322Miami Dolphins Jim Karsatos QuarterbackOhio State
323Minnesota VikingsKeith WilliamsDefensive tackleFlorida
324Seattle Seahawks Tony Burse Running backMiddle Tennessee State
325Kansas City Chiefs Bruce Holmes LinebackerMinnesota
326Los Angeles RamsAlonzo WilliamsRunning backMesa State
327New York JetsBill RansdellQuarterbackKentucky
328Cincinnati Bengals John Holifield Running backWest Virginia
329New York GiantsChad StarkRunning backNorth Dakota State
330New England Patriots Elgin Davis Running backCentral Florida
331Washington Redskins Ray Hitchcock CenterMinnesota
332Los Angeles Rams Fred Stokes Defensive endGeorgia Southern
333Chicago BearsEric JeffriesCornerbackTexas
334Denver Broncos Tyrone Braxton SafetyNorth Dakota State
335 [5] Green Bay Packers Norman Jefferson CornerbackLouisiana State
= Pro Bowler [3]

Hall of Famers

Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame class of 2009.
Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame class of 2013.

Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler [3]
Original NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
Atlanta Falcons Tim Gordon   CB Tulsa Ind. (I-A)
Atlanta Falcons John Settle   RB Appalachian State SoCon
Atlanta Falcons Jessie Tuggle   LB Valdosta State Gulf South
Buffalo Bills Mitch Frerotte   OG Penn State Ind. (I-A)
Chicago Bears Kevin Brown   P West Texas A&M LSC
Chicago Bears Lorenzo Lynch   CB Sacramento State Western
Chicago Bears Sean Payton   QB Eastern Illinois Gateway
Cincinnati Bengals Chris Barber   DB North Carolina A&T MEAC
Cincinnati Bengals Adrian Breen   QB Morehead State OVC
Cincinnati Bengals John Carney   K Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
Cincinnati Bengals Scott Fulhage   P Kansas State Big Eight
Cincinnati Bengals Massimo Manca   K Penn State Ind. (I-A)
Dallas Cowboys Kerry Brady   K Hawaii WAC
Dallas Cowboys Cornell Burbage   WR Kentucky SEC
Dallas Cowboys Jeff Hurd   LB Kansas State Big Eight
Dallas Cowboys Mike Zentic   C Oklahoma State Big Eight
Denver Broncos Sam Graddy   WR Tennessee SEC
Denver Broncos Keith Kartz   C California Pac-10
Denver Broncos Jeff Van Raaphorst   QB Arizona State Pac-10
Green Bay Packers Kevin Fitzgerald   TE Wisconsin–Eau Claire WSUC
Houston Oilers Eugene Seale   LB Lamar Southland
Indianapolis Colts John Brandes   TE Cameron Ind. (NAIA)
Indianapolis Colts Jeff Criswell   OT Graceland HAAC
Kansas City Chiefs Jeff Faulkner   DE Southern SWAC
Kansas City Chiefs Alex Espinoza   QB Iowa State Big Eight
Kansas City Chiefs Matt Stevens   QB UCLA Pac-10
Los Angeles Rams Sam Anno   LB USC Pac-10
Los Angeles Rams Suge Knight   DE UNLV PCAA
Los Angeles Rams Tim Lashar   K Oklahoma Big Eight
Miami Dolphins Ian Howfield   K Tennessee SEC
New England Patriots Duffy Cobbs   CB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
New England Patriots Dennis Gadbois   WR Boston University Yankee
New Orleans Saints Erik Kramer   QB North Carolina State ACC
New York Giants Jim Crocicchia   QB Penn Ivy
New York Giants Wayne Haddix   CB Liberty Ind. (Div. II)
Pittsburgh Steelers Lyneal Alston   WR Southern Miss Ind. (I-A)
Pittsburgh Steelers Steve Apke   LB Pittsburgh Ind. (I-A)
Pittsburgh Steelers Dwight Stone   RB Middle Tennessee State OVC
Pittsburgh Steelers Tyronne Stowe   LB Rutgers Ind. (I-A)
St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) Shawn Halloran   QB Boston College Ind. (I-A)
San Diego Chargers David Diaz-Infante   OG San Jose State PCAA
San Diego Chargers Randy Kirk   LB San Diego State WAC
San Diego Chargers Les Miller   DE Fort Hays State CSIAC
San Francisco 49ers Mike Cofer   K NC State ACC
Seattle Seahawks David Hollis   DB UNLV PCAA
Seattle Seahawks Melvin Jenkins   CB Cincinnati Ind. (I-A)
Seattle Seahawks Daryle Smith   T Tennessee SEC
Seattle Seahawks Garth Thomas   T Washington Pac-10
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Dan Land   S Albany State SIAC
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom McHale   OG Cornell Ivy
Washington Redskins Darrick Brilz   C/OG Oregon State Pac-10

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