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2010 NFL Draft Results Emmanuel Sanders

April 23, 2010 by Post Team 

2010 NFL Draft Results2010 NFL Draft Results:The NFL draft was in primetime for the first time in 2010, and football fans at Radio City Music Hall in New York were treated with all the excitement and surprises of a game winning drive.

Soccer players often have to wait College until a late April weekend to discover his fate professional football, but Roger Goodell chosen to televise the 2010 1st round NFL draft live on ESPN at a later Thursday. The first 2010 NFL draft will be remembered for three things – the Big 12 quarterbacks, and crafts.

The Big 12 Conference held only nine players selected in first round – five of the six best selections of wine from the Big 12, including three players from the University of Oklahoma.

Speaking of OU, the St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford OU selected with the first selection in the 2010 NFL Draft. While Bradford will first was not a great shock, the second quarterback taken in the first round was. The Denver Broncos completed a trade with the Baltimore Ravens and selected former Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow with a controversial 25th exit. Mostanlysts of the Florida Gators QB listed as a second or third round. Apparently, the head coach Josh McDaniels disagreed, and only time will tell if Tebow may be the next John Elway.

The selection Tim Tebow was one of eleven first round picks acquired by trade. Another shrewd move in the first round, ironically, came on turn 24 with the Dallas Cowboys trade for WR Dez Bryant and grabbing. Bryant missed most of 2009 the State of Oklahoma the season, but was still considered the best wide receiver in the draft 2010.

2009 Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees completed the first draft of the NFL primetime by selecting Patrick Robinson for the World Champion New Orleans Saints. However, the 2010 NFL draft first took just under three hours to complete.

2010 1st round NFL Draft picks (round draft pick, the NFL team name, position, the college team):
# 1 St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford of Oklahoma
# 2 Detroit Lions DT Ndamukong Suh Nebraska
# 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy Oklahoma
# 4 Washington Redskins Oklahoma OT Trent Williams
Berry # 5 Kansas City Chiefs Tennessee S Eric
# 6 Seattle Seahawks Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
Cleveland Browns, Joe # 7 Florida CB Haden
# 8 Oakland Raiders ILB Rolando McClain Alabama
# 9 Buffalo Bills C. J. Spiller Clemson RB
# 10 Jacksonville Jaguars DT Tyson Alualu California
# 11 San Francisco 49ers OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers
# 12 San Diego Chargers Fresno State RB Ryan Mathews
# 13 Philadelphia Eagles OLB Brandon Graham Michigan
# 14 Seattle Seahawks Texas S Earl Thomas
# 15 New York Giants Jason Florida South Pierre-Paul
# 16 Tennessee Titans Georgia Tech DE Derrick Morgan
# 17 San Francisco 49ers OG Mike Iupati Idaho
# 18 Pittsburgh Steelers OC Maurkice Pouncey Florida
Atlanta Falcons # 19 OLB Sean Weatherspoon Missouri
# 20 Houston Texans CB Kareem Jackson Alabama
Cincinnati Bengals # 21 Oklahoma TE Jermaine Gresham
Denver Broncos # 22 Georgia Tech WR Demaryius Thomas
# 23 Bryan Bulaga Green Bay Packers OT Iowa
# 24 Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant Oklahoma State WR
# 25 Denver Broncos Tim Tebow Florida QB
Arizona Cardinals # 26 Dan Williams DT Tennessee
# 27 New England Patriots CB Devin McCourty Rutgers
# 28 Miami Dolphins Odrick Penn State DT Jared
NY Jets # 29 Boise State CB Kyle Wilson
# 30 Detroit Lions Yahweh Best RB California
Indianapolis Colts # 31 OLB TCU Jerry Hughes
# 32 New Orleans Saints CB Patrick Robinson, Florida State

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