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NFL draft history: A look at the 187th and 230th picks

Charting the last 10 players selected at each spot

Pick 187

Taking a look at the last 10 players selected with the 187th pick in the NFL draft:

2014: CB Bennett Jackson, Notre Dame to N.Y. Giants
2013: RB Andre Ellington, Clemson to Arizona
2012: S Josh Bush, Wake Forest to N.Y. Jets
2011: RB Allen Bradford, USC to Tampa Bay
2010: G Shelley Smith, Colorado State to Houston
2009: CB Brandon Underwood, Cincinnati to Green Bay
2008: C John Sullivan, Notre Dame to Minnesota
2007: DT Matt Toeaina, Oregon to Cincinnati
2006: T Jeromey Clary, Kansas State to San Diego
2005: T Will Svitek, Stanford to Kansas City

Over the last 10 drafts, running backs, tackles and cornerbacks have been selected two times apiece with the 187th pick… Jackson spent his rookie season on the Giants practice squad…Ellington took over lead back duties for the Cardinals in 2014 and led the club in rushing with 660 yards and three touchdowns, while adding 46 grabs for 395 yards and two touchdowns…Bush has contributed on both defense and special teams for the Jets and Broncos the last three seasons…After playing running back as a rookie, Bradford has converted to linebacker, where he primarily contributes on special teams…Smith has started 11 games at both guard positons...Underwood played in 23 games for Green Bay, including 12 in the club's Super Bowl XLV Championship campaign…Sullivan has started 93 of 109 games he's played in at center for Minnesota and was voted a 2012 AP All-Pro…Toeaina enjoyed a six-year NFL career and started 24 games at defensive tackle for Chicago from 2010-12…Clary appeared in 103 games and started 93 contests at right guard and right tackle for San Diego from 2006-13…Since 2005, Svitek has appeared in 79 career games and started 21 contests at left and right tackle for four clubs…Seven of the last 10 players selected with the 187th pick are still in the NFL.

Pick 230

Taking a look at the last 10 players chosen with the 230th pick in the NFL draft:

2014: TE Rob Blanchflower, Massachusetts to Pittsburgh
2013: RB Kerwynn Williams, Utah State to Indianapolis
2012: OLB Nathan Stupar, Penn State to Oaklnad
2011: DL Cliff Matthews, South Carolina to Atlanta
2010: DE C.J. WIlson, East Carolina to Green Bay
2009: LB Moise Fokou, Maryland to Philadelphia
2008: T King Dunlap, Auburn to Philadelphia
2007: C Dan Santucci, Notre Dame to Cincinnati
2006: G Kili Lefotu, Arizona to Washington
2005: QB Matt Cassel, USC to New England

Over the last 10 drafts, defensive linemen and linebackers have been selected two times apiece with the 230th pick… Rob Blanchflower spent the 2014 season on the Steelers practice squad....Williams rushed for 246 yards, including one 100-yard performance in helping Arizona qualify for the playoffs in 2014…Stupar has established himself as a solid special teams contributor in Atlanta…In four seasons in Atlanta, Matthews has been a contributor to Atlanta's defensive line rotation...Wilson has played in 66 career games with 18 starts at both end and tackle and has posted 5.5 career sacks...In 73 career games with 35 starts for four teams, including New Orleans in 2014, Fokou has posted 242 tackles, three sacks, two passes defensed, five forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and 40 special teams stops…Dunlap has developed into one of the NFL's top left tackles in San Diego…Cassel has played in 90 career games with 71 starts and has completed 1,397-of—2,369 passes for 15,727 yards with 96 touchdowns and 70 interceptions, while rushing for 931 yards and five touchdowns and being selected to the Pro Bowl in 2010…Eight of the last 10 players selected with the 230th pick are still in the NFL.

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