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NFL draft history: A look at the 126th, 167th, 169th and 202nd picks

Posted May 8, 2014

Charting the last 10 players selected at each spot

Taking a look at the last 10 players selected with the 126th pick in the NFL draft:

2013: DE William Gholston, Michigan State to Tampa Bay

2012: DE Jared Crick, Nebraska to Houston

2011: RB Bilal Powell, Louisville to New York Jets

2010:S Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Indiana (Pa.) to Dallas

2009: LB Slade Norris, Oregon State to Oakland

2008: WR Lavelle Hawkins, California to Tennessee

2007: S Dashon Goldson, Washington to San Francisco

2006: OLB Elvis Dumervil, Louisville to Denver

2005: OL Todd Herremans, Saginaw Valley State to Philadelphia

2004: DE Jared Allen, Idaho State to Kansas City

Over the last 10 drafts, three defensive ends have been chosen from the 126th spot...As a rookie Gholston served as a situational pass rusher, posting two sacks in 12 games with two starts...Crick has appeared in 31 games with one start for Houston, serving on their defensive line rotation...Powell split starting runing back duties with Chris Ivory in 2013 and rushed for 697 yards and posted 36 receptions for 272 yards...Hawkins enjoyed his most prductive season in 2011 when he posted 47 grabs for 47 yards and gained experience on kickoff returns...Goldson has been selected to two Pro Bowls and was an All-Pro selection in 2012, recording 15 career interceptions, six forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries...Dumervil is a three-time Pro Bowl selection who has been one of the NFL’s most dynamic pass rushers with 73 career sacks, including an NFL-best 17 in 2009, when he was Associated Press first-team All-Pro. In his first season in Baltimore, he narrowly missed double-digit sacks for the fourth time in his career, posting 9.5 quarterback takedowns while adding two forced fumbles...Herremans has appeared in 119 career games with 116 starts at both tackle and guard, ranking sixth in club record books for games started by an Eagles offensive lineman...Allen has developed into one of the NFL’s most prolific pass rushers, recording 128.5 sacks in 10 NFL seasons for Kansas City and Minnesota, the most by any player since he entered the league and 12th in history. He’s a five-time Pro Bowler who has been voted first-team All-Pro four times. In 2013, he recorded 11.5 quarterback takedowns, his eighth double-digit sack campaign. Eight of the last 10 players selected with the 126th pick overall are still playing in the NFL.

 

Taking a look at the last 10 players chosen with the 167th pick in the NFL draft:

2013: DE James Boyd, Mississippi State to Green Bay

2012: S James Iloka, Boise State to Cincinnati

2011: WR Ryan Whalen, Stanford to Cincinnati

2010: LB Nathan Triplett, Minnesota to Minnesota

2009: G Herman Johnson, Louisiana State to Arizona

2008: LB Erik Walden, Middle Tennessee State to Dallas

2007: S Kevin Payne, Louisiana-Monroe to Chicago

2006: TE Charles Davis, Purdue to Pittsburgh

2005: CB Mike Hawkins, Oklahoma to Green Bay

2004: C Nick Leckey, Kansas State to Arizona

Over the last 10 drafts, defensive ends, guards and linebackers have been taken two times apiece...After seeing limited action as a rookie, Boyd will compete for a spot a in the Green Bay defensive line rotation in 2014...Iloka came into his own in his second season in 2013 for the AFC North champions, taking over starting strong safety duties and leading the Bengals secondary in stops with 67 tackles, one interception, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and eight passes defensed...Walden has posted 12 sacks since first becoming a starter in Green Bay after being signed off the street during the season as he went on to key their Super Bowl XLV Championship run in 2010...Before being hampered by injuries that ended his career prematurely, Payne posted 88 tackles and four interceptions in his only season as a starter in 2008 for Chicago...Leckey enjoyed a six-year NFL career, appearing in 65 career games with 32 starts, finishing his career with the Saints in 2009 as a key backup on the Super Bowl XLIV Championship team, serving as Jonathan Goodwin’s backup...Four of the last 10 players selected with the 167th pick overall are still playing in the NFL.

 

Taking a look at the last 10 players chosen with the 169th pick in the NFL draft:

2013: S Josh Evans, Florida to Jacksonville

2012: CB Asa Jackson, Cal Poly to Baltimore

2011: LB Chris White, Southern Mississippi to Buffalo

2010: T Marshall Newhouse, Texas Christian to Green Bay

2009: FB Frank Summers, UNLV to Pittsburgh

2008: DE Trevor Scott, Buffalo to Oakland

2007: WR Roy Hall, Ohio State to Indianapolis

2006: DT Jesse Mahelona, Tennessee to Tennessee

2005: C/G Geoff Hangartner, Texas A&M to Carolina

2004: TE Ryan Krause, Nebraska-Omaha to San Diego

Evans entered the starting lineup at free safety in week four and ranked fifth on the Jaguars with 54 tackles...White was a special teams standout with a career-high nine stops for the New England Patriots in 2013...Newhouse handled starting left tackle duties for the Packers from 2011-12...Summers served as lead blocker for the Bills in 2013, who had the NFL’s second-ranked rushing offense, while he ran for 46 yards with one touchdown and had seven receptions for 79 yards with one touchdown...Scott has enjoyed a six-year NFL career as a pass rush specialist, posting 16.5 career sacks including a career-high seven in Oakland in 2009...Hangartner enjoyed a nine-year NFL careeer, where he appeared in 118 games with 85 starts on the interior of the offensive line for Carolina and Buffalo...Six of the last 10 players selected with the 169th pick overall are still playing in the NFL.

 

Taking a look at the last 10 players chosen with the 202nd pick in the NFL draft:

2013: CB Khalid Wooten, Nevada to Tennessee

2012: RB Terrance Ganaway, Baylor to New York Jets

2011: LB Jacquian Williams, South Florida to N.Y. Giants

2010: S Jordan Pugh, Texas A&M to Carolina

2009: TE Brandon Myers, Iowa to Oakland

2008: RB Mike Hart, Michigan to Indianpolis

2007: G Matthew Finamore, Kent State to New England 

2006:TE T.J. Williams, North Carolina State to Tampa Bay

2005: K Dave Rayner, Michigan State to Indianapolis

2004: QB John Navarre, Michigan to Arizona

The 202nd pick has churned out two running backs and two tight ends...Wooten will compete for snaps in Tennessee’s defensive backfield in 2014 after spending most of his rookie season on the practice squad...Williams moved into the starting lineup on the outside for most of the second half of the season in 2013, recording 57 tackles, two fumble recoveries and seven special teams stops...Pugh has contributed on both defense and special teams for Carolina and Washington in his first four NFL campaigns...Myers has appeared in 74 games with 42 career starts and has posted career totals of 158 receptions for 1,578 yards with eight touchdowns...Hart was a key backup for three seasons in Indianapolis...Five of the 10 players listed below are still in the NFL.


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