Hall of Famers by Draft Year

 

 

Pro Football Hall of Famers by Draft Year
1936 to 1997*

Those enshrinees who were drafted more than once are listed with the team that signed them. Additional notes immediately follow that draft information. · n/a - information on position overall not available ·

* No player who started his career after 1997 has been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

1930s | 1940s | 1950s | 1960s | 1970s | 1980s | 1990s

1930s

1936
Joe Stydahar, T, West Virginia - 1st Round (6th overall) by Chicago Bears
"Tuffy" Leemans, FB/HB, Oregon, George Washington - 2nd Round (18th overall) by New York Giants
Wayne Millner, E, Notre Dame - 8th Round (65th overall) by Boston Redskins
Dan Fortmann, G, Colgate - 9th Round (78th overall) by Chicago Bears

1937
Sammy Baugh, QB, Texas Christian - 1st Round (6th overall) by Washington Redskins
Clarence "Ace" Parker, QB, Duke - 2nd Round (13th overall) by Brooklyn Dodgers

1938
Alex Wojciechowicz, C, Fordham - 1st Round (6th overall) by Detroit Lions
Frank "Bruiser" Kinard, T, Mississippi - 3rd Round (18th overall) by Brooklyn Dodgers

1939
Sid Luckman, QB, Columbia - 1st Round (2nd overall) by Chicago Bears

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1940s

1940
George McAfee, HB, Duke - 1st Round (2nd overall) by Philadelphia Eagles (Immediately traded to Chicago Bears, with whom he signed.)
Clyde "Bulldog" Turner, C, Hardin-Simmons - 1st Round (7th overall) by Chicago Bears

1941
Tony Canadeo, HB, Gonzaga - 9th Round (77th overall) by Green Bay Packers

1942
Bill Dudley, HB, Virginia - 1st Round (1st overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers

1944
Otto Graham, QB, Northwestern - 1st Round (4th overall) by Detroit Lions(Drafted by Lions but signed with Cleveland Browns of AAFC in 1946.)
Steve Van Buren, HB, Louisiana State - 1st Round (5th overall) by Philadelphia Eagles
Bob Waterfield, QB, UCLA - 5th Round (42nd overall) by Cleveland Rams (Drafted as a future selection.)

1945
Charley Trippi, HB, Georgia - 1st Round (1st overall) by Chicago Cardinals (Drafted as a future selection. Also drafted as special selection in 1947 AAFC draft by New York Yankees.)
Elroy Hirsch, HB/E, Wisconsin - 1st Round (5th overall) by Cleveland Rams (Drafted as a future selection. Started career in AAFC but switched to NFL and Rams in 1949.)
Pete Pihos, E, Indiana - 5th Round (41st overall) by Philadelphia Eagles (Drafted as a future selection.)
Tom Fears, E, Santa Clara, UCLA - 11th Round (103rd overall) by Cleveland Rams (Drafted as a future selection.)
Arnie Weinmeister, E, Washington - 17th Round (166th overall) by Brooklyn Tigers

1946
George Connor, T, Holy Cross, Notre Dame - 1st Round (5th overall) by New York Giants (Drafted as a future selection. Traded to the Boston Yanks who then traded him to the Chicago Bears. Also selected in 15th round (145th overall) of 1945 draft by Pittsburgh Steelers. The NFL ruled the pick to be ineligible and thus voided the selection.)

1947
Dante Lavelli, E, Ohio State - 12th Round (103rd overall) by Los Angeles Rams

1948
Bobby Layne, QB, Texas - 1st Round (3rd overall) by Chicago Bears (Also selected in 1st round - 2nd overall - of 1948 AAFC Draft by Baltimore Colts.)
Y.A. Tittle, QB, Louisiana State - 1st Round (6th overall) by Detroit Lions (Drafted by Lions, but started career with the Baltimore Colts in AAFC. When Colts disbanded after 1950 season, the players were made eligible for draft along with college seniors. Tittle was the No. 1 choice - 3rd overall - of 49ers in 1951.)
Len Ford, E, Morgan State, Michigan - 3rd Round (14th overall) of AAFC Draft by Los Angeles Dons

1949
Chuck Bednarik, C/LB, Pennsylvania - 1st Round (1st overall) by Philadelphia Eagles (Also drafted in 1st round of 1949 AAFC secret draft by the Brooklyn Dodgers.)
Doak Walker, HB Southern Methodist - 1st Round (3rd overall) by Boston Yanks (Walker was drafted as a future selection. His negotiation rights traded to Detroit Lions before 1950 season. Also drafted in 9th round - 69th overall - of 1949 AAFC Draft by the Cleveland Browns.)
Norm Van Brocklin, QB, Oregon - 4th Round (37th overall) by Los Angeles Rams(Also drafted in 11th round - 78th overall - in 1949 AAFC Draft by the Chicago Hornets.)
George Blanda, QB, Kentucky - 12th Round (119th overall) by Chicago Bears (Also drafted in 2nd round - 9th overall - of 1949 AAFC Draft by the Chicago Hornets.)

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1950s

1950
Leo Nomellini, DT, Minnesota - 1st Round (11th overall) by San Francisco 49ers
Ernie Stautner, DT, Boston College - 2nd Round (22nd overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers (Also selected in 1st round of 1949 secret two-round AAFC draft by the San Francisco 49ers.)
Lou Creekmur, T, William & Mary - Selected by Detroit Lions in the second round of a special draft. (Originally drafted in 1948 by the Philadelphia Eagles in 26th round (243rd overall) and the AAFC's Los Angeles Dons in 28th round - 197th overall.. He opted to complete his college eligibility.)
Art Donovan, DT, Boston College - Selected by Baltimore Colts in 3rd Round of special selection draft. (A year later, after Colts disbanded, he was selected by Cleveland Browns in 4th round - 50th overall - but was traded to New York Yanks before the 1951 season began. Also selected in 22nd round - 204th overall - of 1947 NFL draft by the New York Giants and in the 17th round - 131st overall - in the 1949 AAFC draft by the Buffalo Bills.)

1951
Bill George, LB, Wake Forest - 2nd Round (23rd overall) by Chicago Bears (Drafted as future selection.)
Mike McCormack, T, Kansas - 3rd Round (34th overall) by New York Yanks
Jack Christiansen, DB, Colorado State - 6th Round (69th overall) by Detroit Lions
Andy Robustelli, DE, Arnold College - 19th Round (228th overall) by Los Angeles Rams

1952
Ollie Matson, HB, San Francisco - 1st Round (3rd overall) by Chicago Cardinals
Hugh McElhenny, HB, Washington - 1st Round (9th overall) by San Francisco 49ers
Frank Gifford, HB/FL, USC - 1st Round (11th overall) by New York Giants
Gino Marchetti, DE, San Francisco - 2nd Round (14th overall) by New York Yanks
Yale Lary, DB, Texas A&M - 3rd Round (34th overall) by Detroit Lions
Les Richter, LB, California - 1st round (2nd overall) by New York Yanks

1953
Doug Atkins, DE, Tennessee - 1st Round (11th overall) by Cleveland Browns
John Henry Johnson, FB, St. Mary's, Arizona - 2nd Round (18th overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers (Played in the Canadian Football League in 1953. Negotiating rights were traded to San Francisco 49ers before the 1954 season.)
Bob St. Clair, T, San Francisco, Tulsa - 3rd Round (32nd overall) by San Francisco 49ers
Stan Jones, G/DT, Maryland - 5th Round (54th overall) by Chicago Bears (Drafted as a future selection.)
Jim Ringo, C, Syracuse - 7th Round (79th overall) by Green Bay Packers
Joe Schmidt, LB, Pittsburgh - 7th Round (85th overall) by Detroit Lions
Roosevelt Brown, T, Morgan State - 27th Round (321st overall) by New York Giants

1954
Raymond Berry, E, Southern Methodist - 20th Round (232nd overall) by Baltimore Colts (Drafted as a future selection.)

1955
Johnny Unitas, QB, Louisville - 9th Round (102nd overall) by Pittsburgh

1956
Lenny Moore, FL/HB, Penn State - 1st Round (9th overall) by Baltimore Colts
Forrest Gregg, T, Southern Methodist - 2nd Round (20th overall) by Green Bay Packers
Sam Huff, LB, West Virginia - 3rd Round (30th overall) by New York Giants
Willie Davis, DE, Grambling - 15th Round (181st overall) by Cleveland Browns
Bart Starr, QB, Alabama - 17th Round (200th overall) by Green Bay Packers

1957
Paul Hornung, QB/HB, Notre Dame - 1st Round (1st overall) by Green Bay Packers
Len Dawson, QB, Purdue - 1st Round (5th overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers
Jim Brown, FB, Syracuse - 1st Round (6th overall) by Cleveland Browns
Jim Parker, T/G, Ohio State - 1st Round (8th overall) by Baltimore Colts
Tommy McDonald, WR, Oklahoma - 3rd Round (31st overall) by Philadelphia Eagles
Sonny Jurgensen, QB, Duke - 4th Round (43rd overall) by Philadelphia Eagles
Henry Jordan, DT, Virginia - 5th Round (52nd overall) by Cleveland Browns
Gene Hickerson, G, Mississippi - 7th Round (78th overall) by Cleveland Browns (Drafted as a future selection)
Don Maynard, WR/HB, Texas Western - 9th Round (109th overall) by New York Giants

1959
Dick LeBeau
, CB, Ohio State - 5th Round (58th overall) by Cleveland Browns

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1960s

1960
Ron Mix, T, Southern California - 1st Round by Boston Patriots, AFL(Traded to Los Angeles Chargers. Also drafted in 1st round of 1960 NFL Draft - 10th overall - by the Baltimore Colts.)
Larry Wilson, DB, Utah - 7th Round (74th overall) by St. Louis Cardinals (Also drafted in 1960 AFL draft by the Buffalo Bills.)
Jim Otto, C, Miami - Drafted among 33 players selected by the Oakland Raiders in the first round of the player pool selection process before the AFL's first season.

1961
Mike Ditka, TE, Pittsburgh - 1st Round (5th overall) by Chicago Bears (Also drafted in 1st round of 1961 AFL Draft by the Houston Oilers.)
Jimmy Johnson, CB, UCLA - 1st Round (6th overall) by San Francisco 49ers (Also drafted in 4th round of 1961 AFL Draft by the Los Angeles Chargers.)
Herb Adderley, HB, Michigan State - 1st Round (12th overall) by Green Bay Packers (Also drafted in 2nd round of 1961 AFL Draft by the New York Titans.)
Bob Lilly, DT, Texas Christian - 1st Round (13th overall) by Dallas Cowboys (Also drafted in 2nd round of 1961 AFL Draft by the Dallas Texans.)
Billy Shaw, G, Georgia Tech - 2nd Round by Buffalo Bills (Also selected in the 14th round - 184th overall - of 1961 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys.)
Fran Tarkenton, QB, Georgia - 3rd Round (29th overall) by Minnesota Vikings (Also drafted in 5th round of 1961 AFL Draft by the Boston Patriots.)
David "Deacon" Jones, DE, South Carolina St., Mississippi Vocational - 14th Round (186th overall) by Los Angeles Rams

1962
Merlin Olsen, DT, Utah State - 1st Round (3rd overall) by Los Angeles Rams(Also drafted in 1st round - 2nd overall - of 1962 AFL Draft by the Denver Broncos.)
Lance Alworth, FL, Arkansas - 2nd Round (9th overall) by Oakland Raiders, AFL (Also drafted in 1st round - 8th overall - of 1962 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers.)
Nick Buoniconti, LB, Notre Dame - 13th Round (102nd overall) by Boston Patritots, AFL

1963
Buck Buchanan, DE/T, Grambling - 1st Round (1st overall) by Dallas Texans, AFL (Also drafted in 19th round - 265th overall - of 1963 NFL Draft by the New York Giants.)
Dave Robinson, LB, Penn State - 1st round (14th player overall) by Green Bay Packers (Also drafted in 3rd round - 14th overall - of 1963 AFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers.)
John Mackey, TE, Syracuse - 2nd Round (19th overall) by Baltimore Colts (Also drafted in 5th round - 35th overall - of 1963 AFL Draft by the New York Titans.)
Bobby Bell, LB, Minnesota - 7th Round (56th overall) by Dallas Texans, AFL (Also drafted in 2nd round - 16th overall - of 1963 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings.)
Jackie Smith, TE, Northwestern Louisiana - 10th Round (129th overall) by St. Louis Cardinals

1964
 Bob Brown, T, Nebraska – 1st Round (2nd overall) by Philadelphia Eagles (Also drafted in 1st round – 1st overall – of the 1964 AFL Draft by Denver Broncos)
 Carl Eller, DE, Minnesota – 1st Round (6th overall) by Minnesota Vikings (Also drafted in 1st round – 5th overall – of the 1964 AFL Draft by Buffalo Bills)
Charley Taylor, HB/SE, Arizona State - 1st Round (3rd overall) by Washington Redskins (Also drafted in 2nd round - 9th overall - of 1964 AFL Draft by the Houston Oilers.)
Paul Warfield, WR, Ohio State - 1st Round (11th overall) by Cleveland Browns (Also drafted in 4th round - 28th overall - of 1964 AFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills.)
Mel Renfro, DB, Oregon - 2nd Round (17th overall) by Dallas Cowboys (Also drafted in 10th round - 79th overall - of 1964 AFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders.)
Paul Krause, S, Iowa - 2nd Round (18th overall) by Washington Redskins (Also drafted in 12th round - 89th overall - of 1964 AFL Draft by the Denver Broncos.)
Dave Wilcox, LB, Boise Junior College, Oregon - 3rd Round (29th overall) by San Francisco 49ers (Also drafted in 6th round - 46th overall - of 1964 AFL Draft by Houston Oilers.)
Bob Hayes, WR, Florida A&M - 7th Round (88th overall) by Dallas Cowboys (Drafted as a future selection. Also drafted as a future selection in 14th round - 105th overall - of 1964 AFL Draft by the Denver Broncos.)
Leroy Kelly, RB, Morgan State - 8th Round (110th overall) by Cleveland Browns
Roger Staubach, QB, New Mexico Military, Navy - 10th Round (129th overall) by Dallas Cowboys (Drafted as a future selection. Also drafted as a future selection in 16th round - 122nd overall - of 1964 AFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs.)

1965
Dick Butkus, LB, Illinois - 1st Round (3rd overall) by Chicago Bears (Also drafted in 2nd round of 1965 AFL Draft by the Denver Broncos.)
Gale Sayers, HB, Kansas - 1st Round (4th overall) by Chicago Bears (Also drafted in 1st round of 1965 AFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs.)
Joe Namath, QB, Alabama - 1st Round by New York Jets, AFL (Also selected in 1st round - 12th overall - of 1965 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals.)
Fred Biletnikoff, WR, Florida State - 2nd Round by Oakland Raiders, AFL (Also drafted in 3rd round - 39th overall - of 1965 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions.)
Chris Hanburger, LB, North Carolina - 18th round (245th overall) by Washington Redskins

1966
Tom Mack, G, Michigan - 1st Round (2nd overall) by Los Angeles Rams
Jan Stenerud, K, Montana State - 3rd Round of Red Shirt Draft by Kansas City Chiefs, AFL

1967
Bob Griese, QB, Purdue - 1st Round (4th overall) by Miami Dolphins
Floyd Little
, RB, Syracuse - 1st Round (6th overall) by Denver Broncos
Alan Page, DT, Notre Dame - 1st Round (15th overall) by Minnesota Vikings
Gene Upshaw, G, Texas A&I - 1st Round (17th overall) Oakland Raiders
Lem Barney, CB, Jackson State - 2nd Round (34th overall) by Detroit Lions
Willie Lanier, LB, Morgan State - 2nd Round (50th overall) by Kansas City Chiefs
 Rayfield Wright, T, Fort Valley State - 7th round (182nd player overall) by Dallas Cowboys
Ken Houston, S, Prairie A&M - 9th Round (214th overall) by Houston Oilers

1968
Ron Yary, T, Cerritos Jr. College, USC - 1st Round (1st overall) by Minnesota Vikings
Claude Humphrey, DE, Tennessee State - 1st round (3rd overall) by Atlanta Falcons
Larry Csonka, FB, Syracuse - 1st Round (8th overall) by Miami Dolphins
Curley Culp, DT, Arizona State - 2nd round (31st player overall) by Denver Broncos
Charlie Sanders, TE, Minnesota - 3rd Round (74th overall) by Detroit Lions
Elvin Bethea, DE, North Carolina A&T - 3rd Round (77th overall) by Houston Oilers
Art Shell, Maryland State-Eastern Shore - 3rd Round (80th overall) by Oakland Raiders

1969
O.J. Simpson, RB, City College, USC - 1st Round (1st overall) by Buffalo Bills
Joe Greene, DT, North Texas State - 1st Round (4th overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers
Roger Wehrli, CB, Missouri - 1st Round (19th overall) by St. Louis Cardinals
Ted Hendricks, LB, Miami - 2nd Round (33rd overall) by Baltimore Colts
Charlie Joiner, WR, Grambling - 4th Round (93rd overall) by Houston Oilers

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1970s

1970
Terry Bradshaw, QB, Louisiana Tech - 1st Round (1st overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers
Mel Blount, CB, Southern University - 3rd Round (53rd overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers

1971
John Riggins, RB, Kansas - 1st Round (6th overall) by New York Jets
Jack Youngblood, DE, Florida - 1st Round (20th overall) by Los Angeles Rams
Jack Ham, LB, Penn State - 2nd Round (34th overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers
Dan Dierdorf, T, Michigan - 2nd Round (43rd overall) by St. Louis Cardinals

1972
Franco Harris, HB, Penn State - 1st Round (13th overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers

1973
John Hannah, G, Alabama - 1st Round (4th overall) by New England Patriots
Ray Guy, P, Southern Mississippi - 1st round (23rd overall) by Oakland Raiders
Joe DeLamielleure, G, Michigan State - 1st Round (26th overall) by Buffalo Bills
Dan Fouts, QB, Oregon - 3rd Round (84th overall) by San Diego Chargers

1974
Lynn Swann, WR, USC - 1st Round (21st overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers
Dave Casper, WR, Notre Dame - 2nd Round (44th overall) by Oakland Raiders
Jack Lambert, LB, Kent State - 2nd Round (46th overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers
John Stallworth, WR, Alabama A&M - 4th Round (82nd overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers
Mike Webster, C, Wisconsin - 5th Round (125th overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers

1975
Randy White, DL/LB, Maryland - 1st Round (2nd overall) by Dallas Cowboys
Walter Payton, RB, Jackson State - 1st Round (4th overall) by Chicago Bears
Fred Dean, DE, Louisiana Tech - 2nd Round (33rd overall) by San Diego Chargers

1976
Lee Roy Selmon, DT, Oklahoma - 1st Round (1st overall) by Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Mike Haynes, CB, Arizona State - 1st Round (5th overall) by New England Patriots
Jackie Slater, T, Jackson State - 3rd Round (86th overall) by Los Angeles Rams
Harry Carson, LB, South Carolina State - 4th round (105th overall) by New York Giants
Steve Largent, WR, Tulsa - 4th Round (117th overall) by Houston Oilers

1977
Tony Dorsett, RB, Pittsburgh - 1st Round (2nd overall) by Dallas Cowboys

1978
Earl Campbell, FB, Texas - 1st Round (1st overall) by Houston Oilers
James Lofton, WR, Stanford - 1st Round (6th overall) by Green Bay Packers
Ozzie Newsome, TE, Alabama - 1st Round (23rd overall) by Cleveland Browns

1979
Dan Hampton, DL, Arkansas - 1st Round (4th overall) by Chicago Bears
Kellen Winslow, TE, Missouri - 1st Round (13th overall) by San Diego Chargers
Joe Montana, QB, Notre Dame - 3rd Round (82nd overall) by San Francisco 49ers

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1980s

1980
Anthony Muñoz, T, USC - 1st Round (3rd overall) by Cincinnati Bengals
Art Monk, WR, Syracuse - 1st Round (18th overall) by Washington Redskins
Dwight Stephenson, C, Alabama - 2nd Round (48th overall) by Miami Dolphins

1981
Lawrence Taylor, LB, North Carolina - 1st Round (2nd overall) by New York Giants
Ronnie Lott, DB, USC - 1st Round (8th overall) by San Francisco 49ers
Mike Singletary, LB, Baylor - 2nd Round (38th overall) by Chicago Bears
Howie Long, DE, Villanova - 2nd Round (48th overall) by Oakland Raiders
Rickey Jackson, LB, Pittsburgh - 2nd Round (51st overall) by New Orleans Saints
Russ Grimm, G, Pittsburgh - 3rd Round (69th overall) by Washington Redskins

1982
Mike Munchak, G, Penn State - 1st Round (8th overall) by Houston Oilers
Marcus Allen, RB, Southern California - 1st Round (10th overall) by Oakland Raiders
(Raiders moved to Los Angeles following the draft.)
Andre Tippett, LB, Iowa; Ellsworth Jr. College - 2nd Round (41st overall) by New England Patriots

1983
John Elway
, QB, Stanford – 1st Round (1st overall) by Baltimore Colts
Eric Dickerson, RB, Southern Methodist - 1st Round (2nd overall) by Los Angeles Rams
Bruce Matthews, OL, Southern California - 1st Round (9th overall) by Houston Oilers
Jim Kelly, QB, Miami (FL) - 1st Round (14th overall) by Buffalo Bills
Dan Marino, QB, Pittsburgh - 1st Round (27th overall) by Miami Dolphins
Darrell Green, CB, Texas A&I - 1st Round (28th overall) by Washington Redskins
Richard Dent, DE, Tennessee State - 8th round (203rd overall) by Chicago Bears

1984
Steve Young
, QB, Brigham Young – 1st Round (1st overall) of Supplemental Draft by Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Gary Zimmerman, T, Oregon - 1st Round (3rd overall) of Supplemental Draft by New York Gaints
Reggie White, DE/DT, Tennessee - 1st round (4th player overall) of Supplemental Draft by Philadelphia Eagles

1985
Bruce Smith, DE, Virginia Tech - 1st round (1st overall) by Buffalo Bills
Chris Doleman, DE/LB, Pittsburgh - 1st round (4th overall) by Minnesota Vikings
Jerry Rice, WR, Mississippi Valley State - 1st Round (16th overall) by San Francisco 49ers
Andre Reed, WR, Kutztown - 4th round (86th overall) by Buffalo Bills

1987
Rod Woodson,
DB, Purdue - 1st round (10th overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers
Cris Carter, WR, Ohio State - 4th round of Supplemental Draft by Philadelphia Eagles

1988
Michael Irvin, WR, Miami (FL) - 1st round (11th overall) by Dallas Cowboys
Randall McDaniel, G, Arizona State – 1st Round (19th overall) by Minnesota Vikings
Thurman Thomas
, RB, Oklahoma State – 2nd Round (40th overall) by Buffalo Bills
Dermontti Dawson, C, Kentucky - 2nd round (44th overall) by Pittsburgh Steelers

1989
Troy Aikman,
QB, UCLA - 1st round (1st overall) by Dallas Cowboys
Barry Sanders, RB, Oklahoma State – 1st Round (3rd overall) by Detroit Lions
Derrick Thomas,
LB, Alabama - 1st round (4th overall) by Kansas City Chiefs
Deion Sanders, CB (also KR/PR), Florida State - 1st round (5th overall) by Atlanta Falcons


1990s
1990
Cortez Kennedy, DT, Miami (FL) - 1st round (3rd overall) by Seattle Seahawks
Emmitt Smith, RB, Florida - 1st round (17th overall) by Dallas Cowboys
Shannon Sharpe, TE, Savannah State, 7th round (192nd overall) by Denver Broncos

1991
Aeneas Williams, CB, Southern University - 3rd round (59th overall) by Phoenix

1993
Willie Roaf, T, Louisiana Tech - 1st round (8th player overall) by New Orleans Saints
Michael Strahan, DE, Texas Southern - 2nd round (40th overall) by New York Giants

1994
Marshall Faulk, RB, San Diego State - 1st round (2nd player overall) by Indianapolis Colts
Larry Allen, G/T, Butte Junior College, Sonoma State - 2nd round (46th player overall) by Dallas Cowboys.

1995
Warren Sapp, DT, Miami (FL) - 1st round (12th player overall) by Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Derrick Brooks, LB, Florida State - 1st round (28th overall) by Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Curtis Martin, RB, Pittsburgh - 3rd round (74th player overall) by New England Patriots

1996
Jonathan Ogden, T, UCLA - 1st round (4th player overall) by Baltimore Ravens

1997
Walter Jones, T, Florida State - 1st round (6th overall) by Seattle Seahawks

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