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I stumbled upon this NFL.com chart and found it to be interesting enough to share. Even given our misfortune as of late, we still have put quiet a few guys into the league.
If the attached picture is too small for you, here's the link:
This post was edited by silver fox 20 months ago
Wow, that is an interesting chart. Surprised to see the Vols still so high after a couple of bad years for the NFL draft. However, we should beat our 5+ per year in the years to come!
"Old School"! A strong defense wins championships!
Pretty impressive. We are right up there in the upper echelon. Kind of odd that Miami was left off the standings. What's up with that?
I would think that a chart like this would be a helluva recruiting tool as well.
Where are the Miami Hurricanes on that list?
And for those who know soccer:
I was about to post this. Not sure how accurate the list is when they don't include the U.
Butch Jones. Who???
Funny you mention Miami, I went to the link at the bottom of the graphic...
...and Miami was on that list. They rank No. 1 in NFL quarters from '92-'11 and 2001-'11. We still rank relatively respectably in the past 10 and 5 year charts as well. I find these spreadsheets fascinating.
DRAFTMETRICS analyzes historical information regarding the National Football League draft.
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