The Chargers are on the clock with several players that weren’t supposed to be available still on the board, including Antonio Cromartie.
The ESPN gang says Cromartie has huge upside on the athleticism side but he’s only 19, thus explaining why he has fallen this far. But, if he can’t make it as a corner, he’s got the speed and hands to play wide receiver.
One wonders why FSU was so mediocre last year, despite having so many players go in the 1st round this year.
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- NFL Draft 2006 – Round 1 #25 – Pittsburgh Steelers (from Giants) – WR Santonio Holmes
- NFL Draft 2006 – Round 1 #14 – Philadelphia Eagles – DT Brodrick Bunkley
- NFL Draft 2009 Round 1 #30- Tennessee Titans- WR Kenny Britt
- NFL Draft 2008 – Round 1 #16 – Arizona Cardinals – Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
- NFL Draft 2006 – Round 1 #16 – Miami Dolphins – S Jason Allen
- NFL Draft 2007 – Round 1 #27 – New Orleans Saints – WR Robert Meachem
- NFL Draft 2008 – Round 3 – Cowboys Trade 3rd to Detroit
- NFL Draft 2010 â€“ Round 1 #22- Denver from (New England)- WR Demaryius Thomas
- NFL Draft 2009 Round 4 #108- Miami Dolphins- WR Brian Hartline
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