Taking a look at the last 10 picks selected with the 58th pick in the NFL draft.
2013: RB Montee Ball, Wisconsin to Denver
2012: LB Lavonte David, Nebraska to Tampa Bay
2011: WR Torrey Smith, Maryland to Baltimore
2010: RB Ben Tate, Auburn to Houston
2009: T Sebastian Vollmer, Houston to New England
2008: WR Dexter Jackson, Appalachian State to Tampa Bay
2007: DE Ikaika Alma-Francis, Hawaii to Detroit
2006: CB Richard Marshall, Fresno State to Carolina
2005: WR Terrence Murphy, Texas A&M to Green Bay
2004: CB Shawntae Spencer, Pittsburgh to San Francisco
Over the last 10 drafts, three wide receivers have been chosen from the 58th spot...As a rookie Ball finished second on the Broncos in rushing with 559 yards in helping Denver reach Super Bowl XLVIII...As a rookie in 2012, David was an All-Rookie selection and led league rookies in tackles for a loss (20). He followed up by becoming one of only two players in NFL history to record 100 tackles, six sacks and five interceptions in a season ...The explosive Smith has found a home at wide receiver for one of the NFL’s best offenses in Baltimore, where he’s recorded 164 receptions for 2,824 yards (17.2 avg.) with 19 touchdowns, including a breakout season in 2013 where he led the Ravens in receiving with 65 grabs for 1,128 yards (17.4 avg.)...Tate has appeared in 40 games with nine starts and has rushed 421 times for 1,992 yards with 10 touchdowns, while grabbing 58 receptions for 287 yards in four seasons with the Texans where he served as Arian Foster’s backup...Vollmer has appeared in 59 games with 52 starts for the New England Patriots, starting at both right and left tackle and earning AP second-team All-Pro honors in 2010...Marshall has appeared in 116 games with 65 career starts for Carolina, Arizona, Miami and San Diego, recording 18 career interceptions and 10 fumble recoveries...Spencer enjoyed a nine-year NFL career, where he played in 100 games with 74 starts and posted 11 career picks...Six of the last 10 players selected with the 58th pick overall are still playing in the NFL.