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Old 01-08-2008   #1
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there is 2002 and Mel Kipers analysis
After watching this (from another thread), I decided to look at the 2002 QB draft class. Damn.

1 1 David Carr Fresno State Houston Texans
1 3 Joey Harrington Oregon Detroit Lions
1 32 Patrick Ramsey Tulane Washington Redskins
3 81 Josh McCown Sam Houston State Arizona Cardinals
4 108 David Garrard East Carolina Jacksonville Jaguars
4 117 Rohan Davey Louisiana State New England Patriots
5 137 Randy Fasani Stanford Carolina Panthers
5 158 Kurt Kittner Illinois Atlanta Falcons
5 163 Brandon Doman Brigham Young San Francisco 49ers
5 164 Craig Nall Northwestern State-Louisiana Green Bay Packers
6 186 J.T. O'Sullivan California-Davis New Orleans Saints
7 216 Seth Burford Cal Poly-S.L.O. San Diego Chargers
7 232 Jeff Kelly Southern Mississippi Seattle Seahawks
7 235 Ronald Curry North Carolina Oakland Raiders
7 236 Wes Pate Stephen F. Austin St. Baltimore Ravens

Slim pickings that year. Garrard has been doing OK this year but the rest have only had potential, at best (McCown, Davey, Ramsey, O'Sullivan, Harrington, Carr).
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Wow.

Anyone got a list of good players to come out of that draft?

I always had a feeling the QBs in that draft weren't anything special.
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Mel Kiper had leadership as one of Carr's pros and not being able to make plays with his legs as cons. Think he got those wrong.
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2002 was an unfortunate class to begin with for any expansion franchise :elle:
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Wow.

Anyone got a list of good players to come out of that draft?

I always had a feeling the QBs in that draft weren't anything special.
Julius Peppers, DE, #2 overall
Roy Williams, S, #8
John Henderson, DT, #9
Dwight Freeney, DE, #11
Jeremy Shockey, TE
Albert Haynesworth, DT
Javon Walker, WR
Ed Reed, SS
Lito Sheppard, CB
DeShaun Foster, RB
Andre Gurode, G (C)
LeCharles Bentley, G (C)
Andre Davis, WR ( )
Brian Westbrook, RB #91 overall
Aaron Kampman, DE #156 overall
Chester Taylor, RB #207
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That is almost like the 1983 QB draft class.
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Julius Peppers, DE, #2 overall
Roy Williams, S, #8
John Henderson, DT, #9
Dwight Freeney, DE, #11
Jeremy Shockey, TE
Albert Haynesworth, DT
Javon Walker, WR
Ed Reed, SS
Lito Sheppard, CB
DeShaun Foster, RB
Andre Gurode, G (C)
LeCharles Bentley, G (C)
Andre Davis, WR ( )
Brian Westbrook, RB #91 overall
Aaron Kampman, DE #156 overall
Chester Taylor, RB #207
Ahem....I'll take them all for a thousand Alex.
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Peppers, Portis, Bently, Kampman draft would have been pretty nice

2003
AJ, Briggs, Witten

2004
Dunta, Bob Sanders, Shaun Phillips, Jarred Allen

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Ahem....I'll take them all for a thousand Alex.
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I wanted peppers as the first pick. I also wanted portis in the 2nd and garrad in the 3rd. hey I guess it is what it is.
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Julius Peppers, DE, #2 overall
Roy Williams, S, #8
John Henderson, DT, #9
Dwight Freeney, DE, #11
Jeremy Shockey, TE
Albert Haynesworth, DT
Javon Walker, WR
Ed Reed, SS
Lito Sheppard, CB
DeShaun Foster, RB
Andre Gurode, G (C)
LeCharles Bentley, G (C)
Andre Davis, WR ( )
Brian Westbrook, RB #91 overall
Aaron Kampman, DE #156 overall
Chester Taylor, RB #207
Thanks.

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