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NFL Draft History: A Look at the 76th Overall Pick

Check out a recap of the past 10 years of draft selections using the Saints' current picks

76: Over the last ten drafts, offensive lineman have been selected most frequently (four times), followed by wide receiver (two times)…Coleman appeared in seven games for Cleveland as a rookie in 2016….Conley had a breakout campaign for Kansas City in his second season posting 44 catches for 530 yards…Swanson has started 31 games in his three seasons with Detroit…Allen has started in 37 games and has posted 221 receptions for 2,617 yards and 16 touchdowns for the Chargers. Allen has battled injuries the last two seasons…In eight seasons, Levy has posted 629 stops, 12 interceptions and five fumble recoveries. He was an AP second team All-Pro in 2014 when he posted career-highs in tackles (151) and sacks (2.5)…Brooks has started 58 games for Houston and Philadelphia, including 14 starts in 2016…Rackley started 25 games during his two-year career with Jacksonville…Jones never played a down for the New York Giants after an automobile accident ended his football career. In 2013, Jones was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds hoping to pursue a baseball career…Cottam appeared in 24 games with eight starts for Kansas City, posting 16 catches for 183 yards in two seasons…Hill appeared in 54 games with 13 starts, recording 78 receptions for 1,043 yards and nine touchdowns for San Francisco, Jacksonville and the New York Jets in his six-year career…Six of the last ten players selected with the 76th pick overall are still playing in the NFL.

2016: T Shon Coleman, Auburn to Cleveland

2015: WR Chris Conley, Georgia to Kansas City

2014: C Travis Swanson, Arkansas to Detroit

2013: WR Keenan Allen, California to San Diego

2012: G Brandon Brooks, Miami (OH) to Houston

2011: G Will Rackley, Lehigh to Jacksonville

2010: DB Chad Jones, LSU to New York Giants

2009: LB DeAndre Levy, Wisconsin to Detroit

2008: TE Brad Cottam, Tennessee to Kansas City

2007: WR Jason Hill, Washington State to San Francisco

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