The uninspiring histories of picks 16 and 22 left me feeling anxious for Thursday. So I decided I had to dive a little deeper into the history of the draft, and check out what kind of players have come from pick #46... I felt a little better.
|Linval Joseph||DT||2010||N.Y. Giants|
|Joe Klopfenstein||TE||2006||St. Louis|
|Justin Smiley||G||2004||San Francisco|
|Drayton Florence||CB||2003||San Diego|
|Tim Carter||WR||2002||N.Y. Giants|
|Adrian Kelmm||T||2000||New England|
|Kevin Faulk||RB||1999||New England|
No doubt that the first round, as a whole, has produced - and likely will produce - a greater volume of stars. Nevertheless, the second round - and pick 46 inparticula - has resulted in its fair share of NFL producers. The headliner of this group of players is LaMarr Woodley. Woodley will go down as one of the Steelers all-time greats. Franklin, Barwin, and Joseph are all dependable players in the NFL. For day two selections, the 46nd pick has resulted in production more often than not.
The Rams could have a bevy of players to choose from, but who do YOU think will last until the Rams 2nd round pick at #46?
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