NFL offseason hasn’t turned off the football fever at all. Still it has been monitored by a lot of football fanatics these time. They keep on track where will their favorite players be going. Several famous names in the world of American football occupies almost the top 10 keywords in the trends. After the first draft has been out, the eagerness has increased a lot more.
Now that the the 2nd and 3rd draft has been done, Texas could have been losing the most number of players in demand. Sergio Kindle, defensive end/linebacker was the 43rd pick of Baltimore. Defensive tackle Lamarr Houston went 44th to Oakland. Receiver Jordan Shipley went 84th to Cincinnati and Cleveland took quarterback Colt McCoy at No. 85. However, Texas was not the only team with in demand players. SMU receiver Emmanuel Sanders went to Pittsburgh with the 18th pick. TCU’s Daryl Washington, a former Irving High School standout, made the most of his one season as a starter, going 47th to Arizona. Baylor center J.D. Walton, an Allen product went to Denver as the 80th pick.
Here is a table of Big 12 South, Texas colleges and north Texas area high schools who were taken Friday in the second and third rounds of the NFL Draft.