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: June 28, 2011, 02:06:28 PM

What picks do you change from each draft class?

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You have to change at least one from each draft class
You can trade picks

It doesn't sound fun, but I did it once when I had nothing to do and it was actually pretty fun.

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#1 : June 28, 2011, 02:13:24 PM

31 years of drafting? Wow, how many people will do all that work?



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#2 : June 28, 2011, 02:13:51 PM

31 years of drafting? Wow, how many people will do all that work?

I did.

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#3 : June 28, 2011, 09:55:28 PM

31 years of drafting? Wow, how many people will do all that work?

I did.

Can we see it?

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#4 : June 28, 2011, 11:10:53 PM

Seau over McCants.

Why do you necessarily have to be wrong just because a few million people think you are?

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#5 : June 28, 2011, 11:21:25 PM

31 years of drafting? Wow, how many people will do all that work?

I did.
Change your name to completenerdbuc26.

I kid. I wouldn't mind doing it for a decade, but I would like multiple choice.



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#6 : June 30, 2011, 04:04:49 PM

31 years of drafting? Wow, how many people will do all that work?

I did.
Change your name to completenerdbuc26.

I kid. I wouldn't mind doing it for a decade, but I would like multiple choice.

You can do multiple drafting.

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#7 : June 30, 2011, 04:08:55 PM

hahaha neeerrddd...

I honestly dont even know all the drafts and who was available. Or who we even picked for most of them. Im a youngin...



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#8 : June 30, 2011, 04:22:24 PM

31 years of drafting? Wow, how many people will do all that work?

I did.

Can we see it?

Okay:

1976:
2nd Round:
Sherman Smith-HB-Miami (OH)
4th Round:
Steve Largent-WR-Tulsa

1977:
1st Round:
Stanley Morgan-WR-Tennessee

1978:
1st Round:
Ozzie Newsome-TE-Alabama

1979:
10th Round:
Nathan Poole-HB-Louisville

1980:
1st Round:
Roynell Young-SS-Alcorn State
4th Round:
Carlos Carson-WR-LSU

1981:
2nd Round:
Mike Singletary-LB-Baylor

1982:
4th Round:
Fred Marion-CB-Miami

1983:
1st Round:
Darrell Green-CB-Texas A&M Kingsville
2nd Round:
Mike Cofer-LB-Tennessee

1984:
1st Round:
Carl Banks-LB-Michigan State

1985:
1st Round:
Jerry Rice-WR-Mississippi Valley State

1986:
1st Round:
Jon Hand-DE-Alabama
2nd Round:
Darryl Clark-KR/PR-Arizona State

1987:
8th Round:
Kevin Gogan-OG-Washington

1988:
TRADE FOR CHIEFS 1ST ROUND PICK
1st Round:
Bennie Blades-FS-Miami

1989:
1st Round Pick #1:
(From Chiefs)
Derrick Thomas-LB-Alabama
1st Round Pick #2:
Andre Rison-WR-Michigan State

1990:
4th Round:
Harlon Barnett-CB-Michigan State
7th Round:
Shannon Sharpe-TE-Savannah State

1991:
1st Round:
Harvey Williams-HB-LSU

1992:
3rd Round:
Bill E. Johnson-DT-Michigan State
5th Round:
Torrance Small-WR-Alcorn State

1993:
1st Round:
Lincoln Kennedy-LG-Washington
2nd Round:
Ryan McNeil-CB-Miami

1994:
TRADE 1ST ROUND PICK TO OILERS FOR 1ST ROUND PICK IN NEXT YEARS DRAFT

1995:
1st Round Pick #1:
Steve McNair-QB-Alcorn State

1996:
1st Round #2:
Ray Lewis-LB-Miami
2nd Round:
Brian Dawkins-SS-Clemson

1997:
1st Round:
(From Seahawks):
Walter Jones-OT-Florida State

1998:
2nd Round:
Flozell Adams-OT-Michigan State
3rd Round:
Hines Ward-WR-Georgia

1999:
7th Round:
Donald Driver-WR-Alcorn State

2000:
1st Round
(From Baltimore):
Julian Peterson-LB-Michigan State

2001:
1st Round:
(From Jacksonville):
Marcus Stroud-DE-Georgia

2002:
1st Round:
(From Jacksonville):
Ed Reed-FS-Miami
2nd Round:
(From Jacksonville):
Clinton Portis-HB-Miami

2003:
4th Round:
Ovie Mugheli-FB-Wake Forest

2004:
1st Round:
Vince Wilfork-DT-Miami
4th Round:
Jared Allen-DE-Idaho State

2005:
1st Round:
Roddy White-WR-UAB

2006:
1st Round:
Devin Hester-KR/PR-Miami



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#9 : June 30, 2011, 04:23:00 PM

hahaha neeerrddd...

I honestly dont even know all the drafts and who was available. Or who we even picked for most of them. Im a youngin...

No, I called myself "nerd" because I am a comic book and film nerd.

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#10 : June 30, 2011, 04:31:33 PM

just change the year in the address bar uptop to look at the year you want then click on -draft by team- at bottom to see full list

http://www.profootballhof.com/history/general/draft/1976.aspx

hard to beat that first ever pick



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#11 : July 01, 2011, 03:01:51 PM

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#12 : July 02, 2011, 12:02:21 AM

I'll start at '95 because that's the year I was born. First round only though.
Can't really change the '95 draft up.. Warren Sapp and Derrick Brooks in the first round was amazing. two legit HOFers.

'96 draft: Eddie George HB Ohio State (drafted #14 overall, Bucs selected Regan Upshaw at #12) and Ray Lewis LB Miami (drafted #26 overall, Bucs selected Marcus Jones at #22.) I find it also funny that the 1st and 3rd overall picks made it to the Bucs via trade/free agency.

'97 draft: Tony Gonzalez TE California (drafted #13 overall, Bucs selected Warrick Dunn at #12) Trevor Pryce DE Clemson ( drafted #28 overall, Bucs selected Reidel Anthony at #16)

'98 draft: We traded our pick to the Chargers #7 overall. Not sure what we received in return. But I would've traded up to #1 overall to select Peyton Manning or #20 to select Randy Moss.

'99 draft: Jevon Kearse DE Florida (drafted #16 overall, Bucs selected Anthony Mcfarland at #15) Simeon Rice was not yet on the team (joined 2001) to whom it may concern.

'00 draft: Jets drafted Shaun Ellis using our pick. ( Keyshawn Johnson trade)

'01 draft: Casey Hampton DT Texas ( drafted #19 overall, Bucs selected Kenyatta Walker at #14) More of a 3-4 fit but none-the-less a great DT.

'02 draft:No first round pick this year sadly. Our rivals the Panthers selected a monster at #2 that year though. Julius Peppers. Good for them, bad for our o-line/QB
---Superbowl---
'03 draft: No first round pick yet again. Bucs selected Dewayne White DE Louisville (2nd round #64 overall.) -- My selection would've been Lance Briggs LB (Arizona) (pick68) or Jason Witten TE (Tennessee) (pick 69)

'04 draft: Steven Jackson HB Oregon State ( #24 overall, Bucs selected Michael Clayton at #15) -- Vince Wilfork could also be selected here.

'05 draft: Aaron Rodgers QB California ( #24 overall, Bucs selected Cadillac Williams at #5) -- I want to say Demarcus Ware so bad.... (11) I guess im defensive minded...

'06 draft: Nick Mangold C Ohio State ( #29 overall, Bucs selected Davin Joseph at #23)

'07 draft: Patrick Willis LB Ole Miss ( #11 overall, Bucs selected Gaines Adams at #4)

You can call me a Nerd all you want but this is fun for me:D. Criticism welcomed.

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