1993 NFL Draft

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1993 NFL Draft
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General information
Date(s)April 25–26, 1993
Location Marriott Marquis
in New York City, NY
Network(s) ESPN
Overview
224 total selections in 8 rounds
League NFL
First selection Drew Bledsoe, QB
New England Patriots
Mr. Irrelevant Daron Alcorn, PK
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Most selections (10) Denver Broncos
New England Patriots
Pittsburgh Steelers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Fewest selections (5) Kansas City Chiefs
Hall of Famers
  1992
1994  

The 1993 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 25–26, 1993, at the Marriot Marquis in New York City, New York. [1] [2] No teams chose to claim any players in the supplemental draft that year, but the New York Giants and Kansas City Chiefs forfeited their first and second round picks, respectively, due to selecting quarterback Dave Brown and defensive end Darren Mickell in the 1992 supplemental draft.

Contents

Player selections

* Compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler [note 1]
= Hall of Famer [note 2]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick returner
LB Linebacker LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback
RB Running back S Safety SS Strong safety TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver     
Rnd.Pick No.NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
1 1 New England Patriots Drew Bledsoe   QB Washington State Pac-10
1 2 Seattle Seahawks Rick Mirer   QB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
13 Phoenix Cardinals Garrison Hearst   RB Georgia SEC from N.Y. Jets [R1 - 1]
14 New York Jets Marvin Jones   LB Florida State ACC from Phoenix   [R1 - 2]
15 Cincinnati Bengals John Copeland   DE Alabama SEC
16 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Eric Curry   DE Alabama SEC
17 Chicago Bears Curtis Conway   WR USC Pac-10
18 New Orleans Saints Willie Roaf Double-dagger-14-plain.png OT Louisiana Tech Ind. (I-A) from Detroit [R1 - 3]
1 New York Giants The New York Giants forfeited their 1993 first round pick after selecting Dave Brown in the 1992 supplemental draft.
19 Atlanta Falcons Lincoln Kennedy   OT Washington Pac-10
110 Los Angeles Rams Jerome Bettis Double-dagger-14-plain.png RB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
111 Denver Broncos Dan Williams   DE Toledo MAC from Cleveland [R1 - 4]
112 Los Angeles Raiders Patrick Bates   S Texas A&M SWC
1*13 Houston Oilers Brad Hopkins   OT Illinois Big Ten from Philadelphia [R1 - 5]
114 Cleveland Browns Steve Everitt   C Michigan Big Ten from Denver   [R1 - 6]
115 Green Bay Packers Wayne Simmons   LB Clemson ACC
116 Indianapolis Colts Sean Dawkins   WR California Pac-10
117 Washington Redskins Tom Carter   CB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
118 Phoenix Cardinals Ernest Dye   OG South Carolina SEC from Kansas City via San Francisco [R1 - 7]
119 Philadelphia Eagles Lester Holmes   OG Jackson State SWAC from Houston   [R1 - 8]
1*20 New Orleans Saints Irv Smith Sr.   TE Notre Dame Ind. (I-A) from Phoenix via San Francisco [R1 - 9]
121 Minnesota Vikings Robert Smith   RB Ohio State Big Ten
122 San Diego Chargers Darrien Gordon   CB Stanford Pac-10
123 Pittsburgh Steelers Deon Figures   CB Colorado Big Eight
124 Philadelphia Eagles Leonard Renfro   DT Colorado Big Eight
125 Miami Dolphins O.J. McDuffie   WR Penn State Ind. (I-A)
126 San Francisco 49ers Dana Stubblefield   DT Kansas Big Eight from New Orleans   [R1 - 10]
127 San Francisco 49ers Todd Kelly   DE Tennessee SEC
128 Buffalo Bills Thomas Smith   CB North Carolina ACC
129 Green Bay Packers George Teague   FS Alabama SEC from Dallas   [R1 - 11]
230 Seattle Seahawks Carlton Gray   CB UCLA Pac-10
231 New England Patriots Chris Slade   DE Virginia ACC
232 Phoenix Cardinals Ben Coleman   OG Wake Forest ACC
233 Detroit Lions Ryan McNeil   CB Miami (FL) Big East from N.Y. Jets [R2 - 1]
234 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Demetrius DuBose   LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
235 Chicago Bears Carl Simpson   DT Florida State ACC
236 New York Jets Coleman Rudolph   DE Georgia Tech ACC from Detroit   [R2 - 2]
237 Cincinnati Bengals Tony McGee   TE Michigan Big Ten
238 Atlanta Falcons Roger Harper   S Ohio State Big Ten
239 Los Angeles Rams Troy Drayton   TE Penn State Ind. (I-A)
240 New York Giants Michael Strahan Double-dagger-14-plain.png DE Texas Southern SWAC
241 San Diego Chargers Natrone Means   RB North Carolina ACC from L.A. Raiders via San Francisco [R2 - 3]
242 Cleveland Browns Dan Footman   DE Florida State ACC
243 Denver Broncos Glyn Milburn   RB Stanford Pac-10
244 Pittsburgh Steelers Chad Brown   LB Colorado Big Eight from Indianapolis [R2 - 4]
245 Washington Redskins Reggie Brooks   RB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
246 Dallas Cowboys Kevin Williams   WR Miami (FL) Big East from Green Bay   [R2 - 5]
247 Houston Oilers Micheal Barrow   LB Miami (FL) Big East
2 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City forfeited their 1993 second-round pick after selecting Darren Mickell in the 1992 supplemental draft.
248 San Francisco 49ers Adrian Hardy   CB NW State (LA) Southland from San Diego [R2 - 6]
249 Indianapolis Colts Roosevelt Potts   RB NE Louisiana Southland from Pittsburgh   [R2 - 7]
250 Philadelphia Eagles Victor Bailey   WR Missouri Big Eight
251 New England Patriots Todd Rucci   OG Penn State Ind. (I-A) from Miami [R2 - 8]
252 Minnesota Vikings Qadry Ismail   WR Syracuse Big East
253 New Orleans Saints Reggie Freeman   LB Florida State ACC
254 Dallas Cowboys Darrin Smith   LB Miami (FL) Big East from San Francisco via Green Bay [R2 - 9]
255 Buffalo Bills John Parrella   DT Nebraska Big Eight
256 New England Patriots Vincent Brisby   WR NE Louisiana Southland from Dallas via San Francisco [R2 - 10]


357 Minnesota Vikings John Gerak   OG Penn State Ind. (I-A) from New England via Seattle [R3 - 1]
358 Los Angeles Raiders Billy Joe Hobert   QB Washington Pac-10
359 Cincinnati Bengals Steve Tovar   LB Ohio State Big Ten from N.Y. Jets [R3 - 2]
360 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Lamar Thomas   WR Miami (FL) Big East from Phoenix [R3 - 3]
361 Chicago Bears Chris Gedney   TE Syracuse Big East
362 Detroit Lions Antonio London   DT Alabama SEC
363 Cincinnati Bengals Ty Parten   DT Arizona Pac-10
364 San Diego Chargers Joe Cocozzo   OG Michigan Big Ten from Tampa Bay [R3 - 4]
365 Indianapolis Colts Ray Buchanan   CB Louisville Ind. (I-A) from L.A. Rams [R3 - 5]
366 New York Giants Marcus Buckley   LB Texas A&M SWC
367 Atlanta Falcons Harold Alexander   P Appalachian State SoCon
368 Detroit Lions Mike Compton   C West Virginia Big East from Cleveland [R3 - 6]
369 Denver Broncos Rondell Jones   S North Carolina ACC from L.A. Raiders [R3 - 7]
370 Denver Broncos Jason Elam   K Hawaii WAC
371 Washington Redskins Rick Hamilton   LB Central Florida Ind. (I-AA)
372 Los Angeles Raiders James Trapp   CB Clemson ACC from Green Bay [R3 - 8]
373 Los Angeles Rams Russell White   RB California Pac-10 from Indianapolis   [R3 - 9]
374 Kansas City Chiefs Will Shields Double-dagger-14-plain.png OG Nebraska Big Eight
375 Philadelphia Eagles Derrick Frazier   CB Texas A&M SWC from Houston   [R3 - 10]
376 Pittsburgh Steelers Andre Hastings   WR Georgia SEC
377 Philadelphia Eagles Mike Reid   FS NC State ACC
378 Miami Dolphins Terry Kirby   RB Virginia ACC
379 Minnesota Vikings Gilbert Brown   DT Kansas Big Eight
380 Washington Redskins Bunn, EdEd Bunn  P Texas-El Paso WAC from San Diego [R3 - 11]
381 Green Bay Packers Earl Dotson   OT Texas A&M–Kingsville LSC from New Orleans via San Francisco and L.A. Raiders [R3 - 12]
382 Tampa Bay Buccaneers John Lynch Double-dagger-14-plain.png SS Stanford Pac-10 from San Francisco via San Diego [R3 - 13]
383 Cleveland Browns Mike Caldwell   LB Middle Tennessee OVC from Buffalo via Atlanta and Denver [R3 - 14]
384 Dallas Cowboys Mike Middleton   S Indiana Big Ten


485 Seattle Seahawks Dean Wells   LB Kentucky SEC
486 New England Patriots Kevin Johnson   DT Texas Southern SWAC
487 Phoenix Cardinals Ronald Moore   RB Pittsburg State (KS) MIAA
488 New York Jets Ware, DavidDavid Ware  OT Virginia ACC
489 New Orleans Saints Lorenzo Neal   FB Fresno State WAC from Detroit   [R4 - 1]
490 Cincinnati Bengals Marcello Simmons   CB SMU SWC
491 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rudy Harris   RB Clemson ACC
492 Indianapolis Colts Derwin Gray   S BYU WAC from Chicago [R4 - 2]
493 New York Giants Greg Bishop   OT Pacific Big West
494 Dallas Cowboys Derrick Lassic   RB Alabama SEC from Atlanta via Green Bay [R4 - 3]
495 San Diego Chargers Raylee Johnson   DE Arkansas SEC from L.A. Rams [R4 - 4]
496 Dallas Cowboys Ron Stone   OG Boston College Big East from L.A. Raiders [R4 - 5]
497 Chicago Bears Todd Perry   OG Kentucky SEC from Cleveland [R4 - 6]
498 Denver Broncos Jeff Robinson   DE Idaho Big Sky
499 San Diego Chargers Lewis Bush   LB Washington State Pac-10 from Green Bay via New England [R4 - 7]
4100 Chicago Bears Myron Baker   LB Louisiana Tech Ind. (I-A) from Indianapolis   [R4 - 8]
4101 Washington Redskins Sterling Palmer   DE Florida State ACC
4102 Houston Oilers Travis Hannah   WR USC Pac-10
4103 Kansas City Chiefs Jaime Fields   LB Washington Pac-10
4104 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Horace Copeland   WR Miami (FL) Big East from Philadelphia via San Diego [R4 - 9]
4105 Miami Dolphins Ronnie Bradford   CB Colorado Big Eight
4106 Minnesota Vikings Ashley Sheppard   LB Clemson ACC
4107 Indianapolis Colts Devon McDonald   LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A) from San Diego via Pittsburgh [R4 - 10]
4108 Pittsburgh Steelers Kevin Henry   DE Mississippi State SEC
4109 New Orleans Saints Derek Brown   RB Nebraska Big Eight
4110 New England Patriots Corwin Brown   SS Michigan Big Ten from San Francisco via San Diego [R4 - 11]
4111 Buffalo Bills Russell Copeland   WR Memphis Ind. (I-A)
4112 Chicago Bears Albert Fontenot   DE Baylor SWC from Dallas via Green Bay [R4 - 12]
5113 New England Patriots Scott Sisson   K Georgia Tech ACC
5114 Seattle Seahawks Terrence Warren   WR Hampton CIAA
5115 New York Jets Fred Baxter   TE Auburn SEC
5116 San Francisco 49ers Artie Smith   DT Louisiana Tech Ind. (I-A) from Phoenix   [R5 - 1]
5117 Cincinnati Bengals Forey Duckett   CB Nevada Big West
5118 Green Bay Packers Mark Brunell   QB Washington Pac-10 from Tampa Bay [R5 - 2]
5119 Green Bay Packers James Willis   LB Auburn SEC from Chicago   [R5 - 3]
5120 New York Jets Adrian Murrell   RB West Virginia Big East from Detroit   [R5 - 4]
5121 Atlanta Falcons Ron George   LB Stanford Pac-10
5122 Los Angeles Rams Sean LaChapelle   WR UCLA Pac-10
5123 New York Giants Tommy Thigpen   LB North Carolina ACC
5124 Cleveland Browns Herman Arvie   T Grambling State SWAC
5125 Los Angeles Raiders Olanda Truitt   WR Mississippi State SEC
5126 Denver Broncos Kevin Williams   RB UCLA Pac-10
5127 Los Angeles Rams Chuck Belin   OG Wisconsin Big Ten from L.A. Rams   [R5 - 5]
5128 Washington Redskins Greg Huntington   C Penn State Ind. (I-A)
5129 New York Jets Kenny Shedd   WB Northern Iowa Gateway from Green Bay [R5 - 6]
5130 Kansas City Chiefs Lindsay Knapp   OG Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
5131 Houston Oilers John Henry Mills   TE Wake Forest ACC
5132 Miami Dolphins Chris Gray   OG Auburn SEC
5133 Minnesota Vikings Everett Lindsay   OG Ole Miss SEC
5134 San Diego Chargers Dunson, WalterWalter Dunson  WR Middle Tennessee OVC
5135 Pittsburgh Steelers Lonnie Palelei   OG UNLV Big West
5136 Buffalo Bills Mike Devlin   C Iowa Big Ten from Philadelphia [R5 - 7]
5137 New Orleans Saints Tyrone Hughes   CB Nebraska Big Eight
5138 New England Patriots Rich Griffith   TE Arizona Pac-10 from San Francisco via San Diego [R5 - 8]
5139 Buffalo Bills Sebastian Savage   CB NC State ACC
5140 Pittsburgh Steelers Marc Woodard   LB Mississippi State SEC from Dallas [R5 - 9]
6141 Green Bay Packers Doug Evans   CB Louisiana Tech Ind. (I-A) from Seattle [R6 - 1]
6142 New England Patriots Hatch, LawrenceLawrence Hatch  CB Florida SEC
6143 Phoenix Cardinals Wallerstedt, BrettBrett Wallerstedt  LB Arizona State Pac-10
6144 New York Jets Richie Anderson   FB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
6145 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Chidi Ahanotu   DT California Pac-10
6146 Chicago Bears Dave Hoffmann   LB Washington Pac-10
6147 Detroit Lions Greg Jeffries   S Virginia ACC
6148 Cincinnati Bengals Tom Scott   OT East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
6149 Los Angeles Rams Deral Boykin   CB Louisville Ind. (I-A)
6150 New York Giants Davis, ScottScott Davis  OG Iowa Big Ten
6151 Atlanta Falcons Mitch Lyons   TE Michigan State Big Ten
6152 Green Bay Packers Paul Hutchins   OT Western Michigan MAC from L.A. Raiders   [R6 - 2]
6153 Cleveland Browns Rich McKenzie   LB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
6154 Denver Broncos Bonner, MelvinMelvin Bonner  WR Baylor SWC
6155 Washington Redskins Darryl Morrison   S Arizona Pac-10
6156 Green Bay Packers Tim Watson   S Howard MEAC from Green Bay via Indianapolis and Chicago [R6 - 3]
6157 Indianapolis Colts Carlos Etheredge   TE Miami (FL) Big East
6158 Houston Oilers Chuck Bradley   OT Kentucky SEC
6159 Kansas City Chiefs Turner, DariusDarius Turner  RB Washington Pac-10
6160 Washington Redskins Frank Wycheck   TE Maryland ACC from Minnesota [R6 - 4]
6161 San Diego Chargers Eric Reid   S Oregon Pac-10
6162 Pittsburgh Steelers Willie Williams   CB Western Carolina SoCon
6163 Philadelphia Eagles Derrick Oden   LB Alabama SEC
6164 Miami Dolphins Robert O’Neal   CB Clemson ACC
6165 New Orleans Saints Ronnie Dixon   DT Cincinnati Ind. (I-A)
6166 San Francisco 49ers Chris Dalman   OG Stanford Pac-10
6167 Buffalo Bills Corbin Lacina   OG Augustana College (SD) NCC
6168 Dallas Cowboys Barry Minter   LB Tulsa Ind. (I-A)


7169 Denver Broncos Clarence Williams   TE Washington State Pac-10 from New England via Atlanta [R7 - 1]
7170 Seattle Seahawks Michael McCrary   DE Wake Forest ACC
7171 New York Jets Millen, AlecAlec Millen  T Georgia SEC
7172 Phoenix Cardinals White, WillWill White  DB Florida SEC
7173 Chicago Bears Keshon Johnson   CB Arizona Pac-10
7174 Detroit Lions Ty Hallock   LB Michigan State Big Ten
7175 Cincinnati Bengals Lance Gunn   S Texas SWC
7176 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tyree Davis   WR Central Arkansas Arkansas
7177 New York Giants Todd Peterson   K Georgia SEC
7178 Atlanta Falcons Darnell Walker   CB Oklahoma Big Eight
7179 Los Angeles Rams Brad Fichtel   C Eastern Illinois Gateway
7180 Cleveland Browns Travis Hill   LB Nebraska Big Eight
7181 Los Angeles Raiders Greg Biekert   LB Colorado Big Eight
7182 Denver Broncos Tony Kimbrough   WR Jackson State SWAC
7183 Green Bay Packers Bob Kuberski   DE Navy Ind. (I-A)
7184 Indianapolis Colts Lewis, LanceLance Lewis  RB Nebraska Big Eight
7185 Pittsburgh Steelers Jeff Zgonina   DT Purdue Big Ten from Washington [R7 - 2]
7186 Kansas City Chiefs Danan Hughes   WR Iowa Big Ten
7187 Houston Oilers Patrick Robinson   WR Tennessee State OVC
7188 San Diego Chargers Doug Miller   LB South Dakota State NCC
7189 Pittsburgh Steelers Craig Keith   TE Lenoir–Rhyne SAC
7190 Philadelphia Eagles Joey Mickey   TE Oklahoma Big Eight
7191 Miami Dolphins David Merritt   LB NC State ACC
7192 Minnesota Vikings Gino Torretta   QB Miami (FL) Big East
7193 New Orleans Saints Othello Henderson   CB UCLA Pac-10
7194 San Francisco 49ers Troy Wilson   LB Pittsburg State (KS) MIAA
7195 Buffalo Bills Harris, WillieWillie Harris  WR Mississippi State SEC
7196 Dallas Cowboys Brock Marion   S Nevada Big West
8197 Seattle Seahawks Jeff Blackshear   OG NE Louisiana Southland
8198 New England Patriots Troy Brown   WR Marshall SoCon
8199 Phoenix Cardinals Brown, ChadChad Brown  DE Ole Miss SEC
8200 New York Jets Craig Hentrich   P Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
8201 Detroit Lions Kevin Miniefield   CB Arizona State Pac-10
8202 Cincinnati Bengals Doug Pelfrey   K Kentucky SEC
8203 Dallas Cowboys Dave Thomas   CB Tennessee SEC from Tampa Bay [R8 - 1]
8204 Seattle Seahawks Antonio Edwards   DE Valdosta State Gulf South from Chicago [R8 - 2]
8205 Atlanta Falcons Baker, ShannonShannon Baker  WR Florida State ACC
8206 Los Angeles Rams Buffaloe, JeffJeff Buffaloe  P Memphis Ind. (I-A)
8207 New York Giants Jessie Armstead   LB Miami (FL) Big East
8208 Los Angeles Raiders Greg Robinson   RB NE Louisiana Southland
8209 Los Angeles Rams Maa Tanuvasa   DT Hawaii WAC from Cleveland [R8 - 3]
8210 Denver Broncos Brian Stablein   WB Ohio State Big Ten
8211 Indianapolis Colts Thomas, MarquiseMarquise Thomas  LB Ole Miss SEC
8212 Washington Redskins Lamont Hollinquest   LB USC Pac-10
8213 Dallas Cowboys Reggie Givens   CB Penn State Ind. (I-A) from Green Bay   [R8 - 4]
8214 Houston Oilers Blaine Bishop   S Ball State MAC
8215 Phoenix Cardinals Stevie Anderson   WR Grambling State SWAC from Kansas City [R8 - 5]
8216 Pittsburgh Steelers Alex Van Pelt   QB Pittsburgh Big East
8217 Philadelphia Eagles Doug Skene   OT Michigan Big Ten
8218 Miami Dolphins Dwayne Gordon   LB New Hampshire Yankee
8219 San Francisco 49ers Elvis Grbac   QB Michigan Big Ten from Minnesota [R8 - 6]
8220 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Branch, DarrickDarrick Branch  WR Hawaii WAC from San Diego [R8 - 7]
8221 New Orleans Saints Jon Kirksey   DT Sacramento State Western
8222 San Diego Chargers Trent Green   QB Indiana Big Ten from San Francisco   [R8 - 8]
8223 Buffalo Bills Leuneberg, ChrisChris Leuneberg  T West Chester (PA) PSAC
8224 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Daron Alcorn   K Akron MAC from Dallas   [R8 - 9]

Trades

In the explanations below, (D) denotes trades that took place during the 1993 Draft, while (PD) indicates trades completed pre-draft.

Round one
  1. No. 3: N.Y. Jets → Phoenix (D). N.Y. Jets traded its first-round selection (3rd) to Phoenix in exchange for Phoenix's first-round selection (4th) and running back Johnny Johnson. [3]
  2. No. 4: Phoenix → N.Y. Jets (D). see No. 3: N.Y. Jets → Phoenix.
  3. No 8: Detroit → New Orleans. Detroit traded its first- and fourth-round selections (8th and 89th) to New Orleans in exchange for linebacker Pat Swilling. [4]
  4. No 11: Cleveland → Denver. Cleveland traded its first-round selection (11th) to Denver in exchange for Denver's first- and third-round selections (14th and 83rd)
  5. No 13: Philadelphia → Houston. Philadelphia traded this first-round selection (13th) (which it was awarded as compensation for the loss of free agent defensive end Reggie White) to Houston in exchange for Houston's first- and third-round selections (19th and 75th)
  6. No. 14: Denver → Cleveland (D). see No. 11: Cleveland → Denver.
  7. No.18: multiple trades:
        No.18: Kansas City → San Francisco (PD). Kansas City traded its first-round selection (18th) to San Francisco in exchange for quarterback Joe Montana.
        No.18: San Francisco → Phoenix (D). San Francisco traded its first-round selection (18th) to Phoenix in exchange for Phoenix's first- and fifth-round (20th and 116th) selections.
  8. No. 19: Houston → Philadelphia (D). see No. 13: Philadelphia → Houston.
  9. No.20: multiple trades:
        No. 20: Phoenix → San Francisco (D). see No. 18: San Francisco → Phoenix
        No.20: San Francisco → New Orleans (D). San Francisco traded its first-round selection (20th) to New Orleans in exchange for New Orleans' first- and third-round (26th and 81st) selections.
  10. No. 26: New Orleans → San Francisco (D). see No. 20: San Francisco → New Orleans.
  11. No 29: Dallas → Green Bay. Dallas traded its first- and fourth-round selections (29th and 112nd) to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay's two second-, fourth- and eighth round selections (46th, 54th, 94th and 213th)
Round two
  1. No 33: N.Y. Jets → Detroit. N.Y. Jets traded its second-round selection (33rd) to Detroit in exchange for Detroit's second- and fifth-round selections (36th and 120th).
  2. No. 36: Detroit → N.Y. Jets (D). see No. 33: N.Y. Jets → Detroit.
  3. No.41: multiple trades:
        No.41: L.A. Raiders → San Francisco (D). L.A. Raiders traded its second-round selection (41st) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's second- and third-round (56th and 81st) selections.
        No.41: San Francisco → San Diego (D). San Francisco traded its second-round selection (41st) to San Diego in exchange for San Diego's first-round selection in 1994.
  4. No 44: Indianapolis → Pittsburgh. Indianapolis traded its second-round selection (44th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for Pittsburgh's second- and fourth-round selections (49th and 107th).
  5. No. 46: Green Bay → Dallas (D). see No. 29: Dallas → Green Bay.
  6. No 48: San Diego → San Francisco. San Diego traded its second-round selection (48th) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's third-, fourth and fifth-round selections (82nd, 110th and 138th).
  7. No. 49: Pittsburgh → Indianapolis (D). see No. 44: Indianapolis → Pittsburgh.
  8. No 51: Miami → New England (PD). Miami traded its second- and third-round selections (51st and 90th) to New England in exchange for wide receiver Irving Fryar.
  9. No.54: multiple trades:
        No.54: Green Bay → San Francisco (PD). San Francisco traded its second-round selection (54th) to Green Bay in exchange for linebacker Tim Harris.
        No.54: Green Bay → Dallas (D). see No. 29: Dallas → Green Bay.
  10. No.56: multiple trades:
        No.56: Dallas → San Francisco (PD). Dallas traded its second-round selection (56th) and third-round selection (99th) in 1994 to San Francisco in exchange for defensive end Charles Haley.
        No.56: San Francisco → L.A Raiders (D). see No. 41: L.A. Raiders → San Francisco.
        No.56: Los Angeles Raiders (D). (time expired). This selection belonged to the L.A. Raiders but they did not submit their pick in time allowing New England to jump in front of them.
Round three
  1. No.57: multiple trades:
        No.57: (time expired for L.A. Raiders).
        No.57: Seattle → Minnesota (PD). Seattle traded its second-round selection in 1992 and third-round selection (58th) to Minnesota in exchange for defensive tackle Keith Millard.
  2. No 59: N.Y. Jets → Cincinnati (PD). N.Y. Jets traded its third-round selection (59th) to Cincinnati in exchange for quarterback Boomer Esiason.
  3. No 60: Phoenix → Tampa Bay (PD). Phoenix traded its third-round selection (60th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for defensive lineman Reuben Davis
  4. No 64: Tampa Bay → San Diego (D). Tampa Bay traded its third-round selection (64th) to San Diego in exchange for San Diego's third- and fourth-round selections (82nd and 104th).
  5. No 65: L.A. Rams → Indianapolis (D). L.A Rams traded its third-round selection (65th) to Indianapolis in exchange for Indianapolis' third- and fifth-round selections (73rd and 127th).
  6. No 68: Cleveland → Detroit (PD). Cleveland traded its third-round selection (68th) to Detroit in exchange for defensive tackle Jerry Ball
  7. No 69: L.A. Raiders → Denver (PD). L.A Raiders traded its third-round selection (69th) to Denver in exchange for running back Gaston Green
  8. No 72: Green Bay → L.A. Raiders (D). Green Bay traded its third-round selection (72nd) to L.A. Raiders in exchange for the Raiders' third- and sixth-round selections (81st and 152nd).
  9. No. 73: Indianapolis → L.A Rams (D). see No. 65: L.A. Rams → Indianapolis.
  10. No. 75: Houston → Philadelphia (D). see No. 13: Philadelphia → Houston.
  11. No 80: San Diego → Washington (PD). San Diego traded its third-round selection (80th) to Washington in exchange for quarterback Stan Humphries
  12. No.81: multiple trades:
        No. 81: New Orleans → San Francisco (D). see No. 20: San Francisco → New Orleans.
        No. 81: San Francisco → L.A. Raiders (D). see No. 41: L.A. Raiders → San Francisco.
        No. 81: L.A. Raiders → Green Bay (D). see No. 72: Green Bay → L.A. Raiders.
  13. No.82: multiple trades:
        No. 82: San Francisco → San Diego (D). see No. 48: San Diego → San Francisco.
        No. 82: San Diego → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 64: Tampa Bay → San Diego.
  14. No.83: multiple trades:
        No. 83: Buffalo → Atlanta (PD). Atlanta were awarded this pick from Buffalo as compensation for Buffalo's signing of restricted free agent defensive end Oliver Barnett.
        No 69: Atlanta → Denver (PD). Atlanta traded its third- and seventh-round selections (83rd and 169th) to Denver in exchange for cornerback Alton Montgomery.
        .No. 83: Denver → Cleveland (D). see No. 11: Cleveland → Denver.
Round four
  1. No. 89: Detroit → New Orleans (PD). see No. 8: Detroit → New Orleans.
  2. No 92: Chicago → Indianapolis (D). Chicago traded its fourth-round selection (92nd) to Indianapolis in exchange for Indianapolis' fourth- and sixth-round selections (100th and 156th).
  3. No.94: multiple trades:
        No. 94: Atlanta → Green Bay (PD). Atlanta traded its fourth-round selection (94th) to Green Bay in exchange for CB Vinnie Clark.
        .No. 94: Green Bay → Dallas (D). see No. 29: Dallas → Green Bay.
  4. No 95: L.A. Rams → San Diego (PD). L.A. Rams traded its fourth-round selection (95th) to San Diego in exchange for OL Leo Goeas
  5. No 96: L.A. Raiders → Dallas (PD). L.A. Raiders traded its fourth-round selection (96th) to Dallas in exchange for WR Alexander Wright
  6. No 97: Cleveland → Chicago (PD). Cleveland traded its fourth-round selection (97th) to Chicago in exchange for C Jay Hilgenberg
  7. No.97: multiple trades:
        No. 99: Green Bay → New England (PD). Green Bay traded its fourth-round selection (97th) to New England in exchange for RB John Stephens.
        .No. 99: New England → San Diego (D). New England traded its fourth- and fifth-round selections (110th and 138th) to San Diego in exchange for San Diego's fourth-round selection (99th).
  8. No. 100: Indianapolis → Chicago (D). see No. 92: Chicago → Indianapolis.
  9. No.104: multiple trades:
        No. 104: Philadelphia → San Diego (PD). Philadelphia traded its fourth-round selection (104th) to San Diego in exchange for OL Broderick Thompson.
        .No. 104: San Diego → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 64: Tampa Bay → San Diego.
  10. No.107: multiple trades:
        No. 107: San Diego → Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh received this pick as compensation in exchange for San Diego signing restricted free agent LB Jerrol Williams.
        .No. 107: Pittsburgh → Indianapolis (D). see No. 44: Indianapolis → Pittsburgh.
  11. No.110: multiple trades:
        No. 82: San Francisco → San Diego (D). see No. 48: San Diego → San Francisco.
        No. 110: San Diego → New England (D). see No. 99: San Diego → New England.
  12. No.112: multiple trades:
        No. 29: Dallas → Green Bay (D). see No. 29: Dallas → Green Bay.
        No. 112: Green Bay → Chicago (D). Green Bay traded its fourth-round selection (112nd) to Chicago in exchange for Chicago's fifth- and sixth-round selections (119th and 156).
Round five
  1. No. 116: Phoenix → San Francisco (D). see No. 18: San Francisco → Phoenix.
  2. No 118: Tampa Bay → Green Bay (PD). Green Bay received this pick from Tampa Bay as compensation for Tampa Bay signing restricted free agent RB Vince Workman
  3. No. 119: Chicago → Green Bay (D). see No. 112: Green Bay → Chicago.
  4. No. 120: Detroit → N.Y. Jets (D). see No. 33: N.Y. Jets → Detroit.
  5. No. 127: Indianapolis → L.A. Rams (D). see No. 65: L.A. Rams → Indianapolis.
  6. No 129: Green Bay → N.Y. Jets (PD). Green Bay traded its fifth-round selection (129th) to N.Y. Jets in exchange for QB Ken O'Brien
  7. No 136: Philadelphia → Buffalo (PD). Philadelphia traded its fifth-round selection (136th) to Buffalo in exchange for DE Leon Seals
  8. No.110: multiple trades:
        No. 138: San Francisco → San Diego (D). see No. 48: San Diego → San Francisco.
        No. 138: San Diego → New England (D). see No. 99: San Diego → New England.
  9. No 140: Dallas → Pittsburgh (PD). Dallas traded its fifth-round selection (140th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for S Thomas Everett.
Round six
  1. No 141: Seattle → Green Bay (PD). Seattle traded its sixth-round selection (141st) to Green Bay in exchange for CB Dave McCloughan
  2. No. 152: L.A. Raiders → Green Bay (D). see No. 72: Green Bay → L.A. Raiders.
  3. No.156: multiple trades:
        No 156: Green Bay → Indianapolis (PD). Green Bay traded its sixth-round selection (156th) to Indianapolis in exchange for CB Dave McCloughan.
        No. 156: Indianapolis → Chicago (D). see No. 92: Chicago → Indianapolis.
        No. 156: Chicago → Green Bay (D). see No. 112: Green Bay → Chicago.
  4. No 160: Minnesota → Washington (PD). Minnesota traded its sixth-round selection (160th) to Washington in exchange for WR Joe Johnson
Round seven
  1. No.169: multiple trades:
        No 169: New England → Atlanta (PD). New England traded its seventh-round selection (169th) to Atlanta in exchange for OL Reggie Redding.
        No. 169: Atlanta → Denver (D). see No. 83: Atlanta → Denver.
  2. No 185: Washington → Pittsburgh (PD). Washington traded its seventh-round selection (185th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for DE Huey Richardson
Round eight
  1. No 203: Tampa Bay → Dallas (PD). Tampa Bay traded its eighth-round selection (203rd) to Dallas in exchange for DB Garry Lewis and Dallas' eighth-round selection (224th).
  2. No 204: Chicago → Seattle (PD). Seattle were awarded this pick from Chicago as compensation for Chicago signing restricted free agent LB Joe Cain
  3. No 209: Cleveland → L.A. Rams (PD). Cleveland traded its eighth-round selection (209th) to L.A. Rams in exchange for LB Frank Stams.
  4. No. 213: Green Bay → Dallas (D). see No. 29: Dallas → Green Bay.
  5. No 215: Kansas City → Phoenix (PD). Kansas City traded its eighth-round selection (215th) to Phoenix in exchange for CB Jay Taylor.
  6. No 219: Minnesota → San Francisco (PD). Minnesota traded its eighth-round selection (219th) to San Francisco in exchange for RB Keith Henderson.
  7. No 220: San Diego → Tampa Bay (PD). San Diego traded its eighth-round selection (220th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for LB Kevin Murphy.
  8. No. 222: San Francisco → San Diego (D). see No. 175: San Diego → San Francisco.
  9. No. 224: Dallas → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 203: Tampa Bay → Dallas.

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Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler [note 1]
Original NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
Atlanta Falcons Robbie Tobeck   C Washington State Pac-10
Buffalo Bills Monty Brown   LB Ferris State MIFC
Chicago Bears Todd Burger   OG Penn State Ind. (I-A)
Chicago Bears Trevor Cobb   RB Rice SWC
Chicago Bears Shane Matthews   QB Florida SEC
Chicago Bears Ryan Wetnight   TE Stanford Pac-10
Cincinnati Bengals Scott Brumfield   OG BYU WAC
Cincinnati Bengals Dan Jones   T Maine Yankee
Cleveland Browns Orlando Brown   OT South Carolina State MEAC
Cleveland Browns Tim Jacobs   CB Delaware Yankee
Cleveland Browns Shar Pourdanesh   OT Nevada Big West
Cleveland Browns Wally Williams   OG Florida A&M MEAC
Detroit Lions Larry Ryans   WR Clemson ACC
Houston Oilers James Atkins   OL Louisiana–Lafayette Ind. (I-A)
Indianapolis Colts Brian Ratigan   LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
Indianapolis Colts Mike Vanderjagt   K West Virginia Big East
Indianapolis Colts Kipp Vickers   OG Miami (FL) Big East
Kansas City Chiefs Mike Bartrum   LS Marshall SoCon
Los Angeles Raiders James Jett   WR West Virginia Big East
Los Angeles Raiders Charles Jordan   WR Long Beach City College N/A
Los Angeles Raiders Randy Jordan   RB North Carolina ACC
Los Angeles Rams Jamie Martin   QB Weber State Big Sky
New Orleans Saints Tom McManus   LB Boston College Big East
New York Giants Willie Beamon   CB Northern Iowa Gateway
New York Giants Keith Crawford   WR Howard Payne ASC
New York Giants Brian Kozlowski   TE Connecticut Yankee
New York Jets Rob Davis   LS Shippensburg PSAC
New York Jets Victor Green   S Akron MAC
New York Jets Matt Willig   OT USC Pac-10
Philadelphia Eagles Mike Chalenski   DE UCLA Pac-10
Philadelphia Eagles Vaughn Hebron   RB Virginia Tech Big East
San Diego Chargers Darren Bennett   P   
Seattle Seahawks Mack Strong   FB Georgia SEC
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Curtis Buckley   CB East Texas LSC
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Michael Husted   K Virginia ACC
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Shawn Price   DT Pacific N/A
Washington Redskins Matt Turk   P Wisconsin–Whitewater WSUC

Hall of Famers

Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame class of 2012.
Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame class of 2014.
Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame class of 2015.
Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame class of 2015.
Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame Class of 2021.

Notes

  1. 1 2 Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.
  2. Players are identified as a Hall of Famer if they have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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