1991 NFL draft

National Football League draft

1991 NFL draft
1991 NFL draft logo
General information
Date(s)April 21–22, 1991
LocationMarriott Marquis
in New York City, NY
Network(s)ESPN
Overview
334 total selections in 12 rounds
LeagueNFL
First selectionRussell Maryland, DT
Dallas Cowboys
Mr. IrrelevantLarry Wanke, QB
New York Giants
Most selections (18)Dallas Cowboys
Fewest selections (8)New Orleans Saints
Hall of Famers
2
  • QB Brett Favre
  • CB Aeneas Williams
← 1990
1992 →

The 1991 NFL draft was the procedure by which National Football League teams selected amateur college football players. It is officially known as the NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting. The draft was held April 21–22, 1991, at the Marriott Marquis in New York City, New York.[1][2] No teams elected to claim any players in the supplemental draft that year.

The first six selections of the draft were defensive players, the most in draft history. It began with the Dallas Cowboys using the first overall pick to select Russell Maryland. No previous draft had begun with more than three consecutive defensive picks.[3]

The day of the draft, wide receiver and projected number one pick[4] Raghib Ismail signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League (CFL). He was nevertheless selected by the Los Angeles Raiders in the fourth round (100th overall), and began playing with the Raiders in 1993 after two CFL seasons.

Player selections

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* = compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler[5]
= Hall of Famer[6]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard[a] K Kicker[b] KR Kickoff returner LB Linebacker
LS Long snapper MLB Middle linebacker[c] OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
OLB Outside linebacker NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner
QB Quarterback RS Return specialist RB Running back S Safety
SS Strong safety TE Tight end WR Wide receiver
  1. ^ Also known as Offensive guard (OG)
  2. ^ Also known as placekicker (PK)
  3. ^ Also known as Inside linebacker (ILB)
Rnd. Pick No. NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Dallas Cowboys Russell Maryland  DT Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
from New England[R1 - 1]
1 2 Cleveland Browns Eric Turner  S UCLA Pac-10
1 3 Atlanta Falcons Bruce Pickens  CB Nebraska Big Eight
1 4 Denver Broncos Mike Croel  LB Nebraska Big Eight
1 5 Los Angeles Rams Todd Lyght  CB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
1 6 Phoenix Cardinals Eric Swann  DT Wake Tech N/A
1 7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Charles McRae  OT Tennessee SEC
1 New York Jets The New York Jets forfeited their 1991 first-round pick after selecting WR Rob Moore in the 1990 supplemental draft.
1 8 Philadelphia Eagles Antone Davis  T Tennessee SEC
from Green Bay[R1 - 2]
1 9 San Diego Chargers Stanley Richard  S Texas SWC
1 10 Detroit Lions Herman Moore  WR Virginia ACC
1 11 New England Patriots Pat Harlow  T USC Pac-10
from Minnesota via Dallas[R1 - 3]
1 12 Dallas Cowboys Alvin Harper  WR Tennessee SEC
1 13 Atlanta Falcons Mike Pritchard  WR Colorado Big Eight
from Indianapolis[R1 - 4]
1 14 New England Patriots Leonard Russell  RB Arizona State Pac-10
from New Orleans via Dallas[R1 - 5]
1 15 Pittsburgh Steelers Huey Richardson  DE Florida SEC
1 16 Seattle Seahawks Dan McGwire  QB San Diego State WAC
1 17 Washington Redskins Bobby Wilson  DT Michigan State Big Ten
from Houston via New England and Dallas[R1 - 6]
1 18 Cincinnati Bengals Alfred Williams  LB Colorado Big Eight
1 19 Green Bay Packers Vinnie Clark  CB Ohio State Big Ten
from Philadelphia[R1 - 7]
1 20 Dallas Cowboys Kelvin Pritchett  DT Mississippi SEC
from Washington[R1 - 8]
1 21 Kansas City Chiefs Harvey Williams  RB LSU SEC
1 22 Chicago Bears Stan Thomas  T Texas SWC
1 23 Miami Dolphins Randal Hill  WR Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
1 24 Los Angeles Raiders Todd Marinovich  QB USC Pac-10
1 25 San Francisco 49ers Ted Washington  DT Louisville Ind. (I-A)
1 26 Buffalo Bills Henry Jones  S Illinois Big Ten
1 27 New York Giants Jarrod Bunch  FB Michigan Big Ten
2 28 Houston Oilers Mike Dumas  S Indiana Big Ten
from New England[R2 - 1]
2 29 Cleveland Browns Ed King  OG Auburn SEC
2 30 Denver Broncos Reggie Johnson  TE Florida State Ind. (I-A)
2 31 Los Angeles Rams Roman Phifer  LB UCLA Pac-10
2 32 Phoenix Cardinals Mike Jones  DE North Carolina State ACC
2 33 Atlanta Falcons Brett Favre QB Southern Mississippi Ind. (I-A)
2 34 New York Jets Browning Nagle  QB Louisville Ind. (I-A)
2 35 Green Bay Packers Esera Tuaolo  DT Oregon State Pac-10
2 36 San Diego Chargers George Thornton  DT Alabama SEC
2 37 Dallas Cowboys Dixon Edwards  LB Michigan State Big Ten
from Detroit[R2 - 2]
2 38 Houston Oilers Darryll Lewis  CB Arizona Pac-10
from Minnesota via Dallas[R2 - 3]
2 39 San Diego Chargers Eric Bieniemy  RB Colorado Big Eight
from Tampa Bay[R2 - 4]
2 40 Indianapolis Colts Shane Curry  DE Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
2 41 New England Patriots Jerome Henderson  CB Clemson ACC
from Dallas[R2 - 5]
2 42 New Orleans Saints Wesley Carroll  WR Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
2 43 Los Angeles Raiders Nick Bell  RB Iowa Big Ten
from Seattle[R2 - 6]
2 44 Houston Oilers John Flannery  C Syracuse Ind. (I-A)
2 45 San Francisco 49ers Ricky Watters  RB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
from Cincinnati[R2 - 7]
2 46 Pittsburgh Steelers Jeff Graham  WR Ohio State Big Ten
2 47 San Diego Chargers Eric Moten  OG Michigan State Big Ten
from Washington[R2 - 8]
2 48 Philadelphia Eagles Jesse Campbell  S North Carolina State ACC
2 49 Chicago Bears Chris Zorich  DT Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
2 50 Kansas City Chiefs Joe Valerio  T Pennsylvania Ivy
2 51 Seattle Seahawks Doug Thomas  WR Clemson ACC
from L.A. Raiders[R2 - 9]
2 52 Cincinnati Bengals Lamar Rogers  DE Auburn SEC
from Miami via San Francisco[R2 - 10]
2 53 San Francisco 49ers John Johnson  LB Clemson ACC
2 54 Buffalo Bills Phil Hansen  DE North Dakota State NCC
2 55 New York Giants Kanavis McGhee  LB Colorado Big Eight
3 56 New England Patriots Stephens, CalvinCalvin Stephens  OG South Carolina Ind. (I-A)
3 57 Cleveland Browns James Jones  DT Northern Iowa Gateway
3 58 Detroit Lions Reggie Barrett  WR Texas-El Paso WAC
from L.A. Rams[R3 - 1]
3 59 Phoenix Cardinals Aeneas Williams CB Southern SWAC
3 60 Miami Dolphins Aaron Craver  FB Fresno State Big West
from Atlanta[R3 - 2]
3 61 Denver Broncos Keith Traylor  LB Central State (OK) LSC
3 62 Dallas Cowboys Godfrey Myles  LB Florida SEC
from San Diego[R3 - 3]
3 63 New York Jets Mo Lewis  LB Georgia SEC
from Green Bay[R3 - 4]
3 64 Dallas Cowboys James Richards  OG California Pac-10
from Detroit[R3 - 5]
3 65 Minnesota Vikings Carlos Jenkins  LB Michigan State Big Ten
3 66 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Lawrence Dawsey  WR Florida State Ind. (I-A)
3 67 Green Bay Packers Don Davey  DE Wisconsin Big Ten
from N.Y. Jets[R3 - 6]
3 68 Minnesota Vikings Jake Reed  WR Grambling State SWAC
from Dallas[R3 - 7]
3 69 Indianapolis Colts Dave McCloughan  S Colorado Big Eight
3 70 Dallas Cowboys Erik Williams  T Central State (OH) Ind. (NAIA)
from New Orleans[R3 - 8]
3 71 Houston Oilers Steve Jackson  CB Purdue Big Ten
3 72 Cincinnati Bengals Bob Dahl  T Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
3 73 Pittsburgh Steelers Ernie Mills  WR Florida SEC
3 74 Seattle Seahawks David Daniels  WR Penn State Ind. (I-A)
3 75 Philadelphia Eagles Rob Selby  T Auburn SEC
3 76 Washington Redskins Ricky Ervins  RB USC Pac-10
3 77 Kansas City Chiefs Tim Barnett  WR Jackson State SWAC
3 78 Chicago Bears Chris Gardocki  P Clemson ACC
3 79 Houston Oilers Kevin Donnalley  T North Carolina ACC
from Miami[R3 - 9]
3 80 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Robert Wilson  RB Texas A&M SWC
from L.A. Raiders[R3 - 10]
3 81 Green Bay Packers Chuck Webb  RB Tennessee SEC
from San Francisco[R3 - 11]
3 82 Buffalo Bills Darryl Wren  CB Pittsburg State (KS) MIAA
3 83 New York Giants Ed McCaffrey  WR Stanford Pac-10
4 84 New England Patriots Scott Zolak  QB Maryland ACC
4 85 Cleveland Browns Pio Sagapolutele  DT San Diego State WAC
4 86 Phoenix Cardinals Dexter Davis  CB Clemson ACC
4 87 Atlanta Falcons Moe Gardner  DT Illinois Big Ten
4 88 Pittsburgh Steelers Sammy Walker  CB Texas Tech SWC
from Denver via New England[R4 - 1]
4 89 Denver Broncos Derek Russell  WR Arkansas SWC
from L.A. Rams[R4 - 2]
4 90 San Diego Chargers Yancey Thigpen  WR Winston-Salem State CIAA
4 91 Detroit Lions Kevin Scott  DB Stanford Pac-10
4 92 Minnesota Vikings Randy Baldwin  RB Mississippi SEC
4 93 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tony Covington  S Virginia ACC
4 94 New York Jets Mark Gunn  DT Pittsburgh Ind. (I-A)
4 95 San Francisco 49ers Mitch Donahue  LB Wyoming WAC
from Green Bay[R4 - 3]
4 96 Indianapolis Colts Mark Vander Poel  T Colorado Big Eight
4 97 Dallas Cowboys Curvin Richards  RB Pittsburgh Ind. (I-A)
4 98 Seattle Seahawks John Kasay  K Georgia SEC
from New Orleans via L.A. Raiders[R4 - 4]
4 99 Cincinnati Bengals Donald Hollas  QB Rice SWC
4 100 Los Angeles Raiders Raghib Ismail  WR Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
from Pittsburgh via New England[R4 - 5]
4 101 Houston Oilers David Rocker  DT Auburn SEC
from Seattle via New England[R4 - 6]
4 102 Houston Oilers Marcus Robertson  S Iowa State Big Eight
4 103 Pittsburgh Steelers Adrian Cooper  TE Oklahoma Big Eight
from L.A. Rams[R4 - 7]
4 104 Philadelphia Eagles William Thomas  LB Texas A&M SWC
4 105 Chicago Bears Johnson, JoeJoe Johnson  CB North Carolina State ACC
4 106 Dallas Cowboys Bill Musgrave  QB Oregon Pac-10
from Kansas City[R4 - 8]
4 107 Los Angeles Rams Robert Bailey  CB Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
from L.A. Raiders[R4 - 9]
4 108 Dallas Cowboys Tony Hill  DE Tennessee-Chattanooga SoCon
from Miami via Washington and Detroit[R4 - 10]
4 109 Cincinnati Bengals Rob Carpenter  WR Syracuse Ind. (I-A)
from San Francisco[R4 - 11]
4 110 Dallas Cowboys Harris, KevinKevin Harris  DE Texas Southern SWAC
from Buffalo via New England[R4 - 12]
4 111 New York Giants Clarence Jones  T Maryland ACC
5 112 New England Patriots Jon Vaughn  RB Michigan Big Ten
5 113 Miami Dolphins Bryan Cox  LB Western Illinois Gateway
from Cleveland[R5 - 1]
5 114 Atlanta Falcons Goode, JamesJames Goode  LB Oklahoma Big Eight
5 115 Denver Broncos Greg Lewis  RB Washington Pac-10
5 116 Los Angeles Rams Robert Young  DE Mississippi State SEC
5 117 Phoenix Cardinals Hammond, VanceVance Hammond  DT Clemson ACC
5 118 Detroit Lions Scott Conover  OG Purdue Big Ten
5 119 Minnesota Vikings Chris Thome  C Minnesota Big Ten
5 120 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bagsby, TerryTerry Bagsby  LB East Texas State LSC
5 121 Miami Dolphins Gene Williams  OG Iowa State Big Eight
from N.Y. Jets via Green Bay[R5 - 2]
5 122 San Francisco 49ers Merton Hanks  S Iowa Big Ten
from Green Bay[R5 - 3]
5 123 San Diego Chargers Duane Young  TE Michigan State Big Ten
5 124 New England Patriots Ben Coates  TE Livingstone College CIAA
from Dallas via L.A. raiders[R5 - 4]
5 125 Indianapolis Colts Kerry Cash  TE Texas SWC
5 126 New Orleans Saints Reggie Jones  CB Memphis State Ind. (I-A)
5 127 San Diego Chargers Floyd Fields  S Arizona State Pac-10
from Pittsburgh via New England[R5 - 5]
5 128 Seattle Seahawks Davis, HarlanHarlan Davis  CB Tennessee SEC
5 129 Houston Oilers Gary Wellman  WR USC Pac-10
5 130 Cincinnati Bengals Mike Arthur  C Texas A&M SWC
5 131 Philadelphia Eagles Craig Erickson  QB Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
5 132 Dallas Cowboys Darrick Brownlow  LB Illinois Big Ten
from Washington [R5 - 6]
5 133 Kansas City Chiefs Charles Mincy  S Washington Pac-10
5 134 Chicago Bears Anthony Morgan  WR Tennessee SEC
5 135 Green Bay Packers Fite, JeffJeff Fite  P Memphis State Ind. (I-A)
from Miami [R5 - 7]
5 136 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tim Ryan  OG Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
from L.A. Raiders[R5 - 8]
5 137 San Francisco 49ers Harry Boatswain  T New Haven Ind. (Div. II)
5 138 Buffalo Bills Wilbourn, ShawnShawn Wilbourn  CB Long Beach State Big West
5 139 New York Giants Moss, AnthonyAnthony Moss  LB Florida State Ind. (I-A)
6 140 New England Patriots David Key  DB Michigan Big Ten
6 141 Cleveland Browns Michael Jackson  WR Southern Mississippi Ind. (I-A)
6 142 Denver Broncos Nick Subis  T San Diego State WAC
6 143 Los Angeles Rams Neal Fort  T Brigham Young WAC
6 144 Phoenix Cardinals Vega, EduardoEduardo Vega  T Memphis State Ind. (I-A)
6 145 Atlanta Falcons Erric Pegram  RB North Texas Southland
6 146 Los Angeles Raiders Nolan Harrison  DT Indiana Big Ten
from Minnesota[R6 - 1]
6 147 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rhett Hall  DT California Pac-10
6 148 New York Jets Blaise Bryant  RB Iowa State Big Eight
6 149 Green Bay Packers Walter Dean  RB Grambling SWAC
6 150 San Diego Chargers Laister, JimmyJimmy Laister  T Oregon Tech CFA
6 151 Detroit Lions Andrews, RichieRichie Andrews  K Florida State Ind. (I-A)
6 152 Indianapolis Colts Mel Agee  DT Illinois Big Ten
6 153 Dallas Cowboys Mike Sullivan  OG Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
6 154 New Orleans Saints Fred McAfee  RB Mississippi College Gulf South
6 155 Seattle Seahawks Michael Sinclair  DE Eastern New Mexico LSC
6 156 Philadelphia Eagles Andy Harmon  DE Kent State MAC
from Houston[R6 - 2]
6 157 Cincinnati Bengals Richard Fain  CB Florida SEC
6 158 Pittsburgh Steelers Leroy Thompson  RB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
6 159 Washington Redskins Ransom, DennisDennis Ransom  TE Texas A&M SWC
6 160 New York Jets Riley, MikeMike Riley  CB Tulane Ind. (I-A)
from Philadelphia[R6 - 3]
6 161 Chicago Bears Darren Lewis  RB Texas A&M SWC
6 162 Kansas City Chiefs Darrell Malone  CB Jacksonville State Gulf South
6 163 Minnesota Vikings Todd Scott  S Southwestern Louisiana Ind. (I-A)
from L.A. Raiders [R6 - 4]
6 164 Green Bay Packers Joe Garten  C Colorado Big Eight
from Miami [R6 - 5]
6 165 San Francisco 49ers Bowles, ScottScott Bowles  T North Texas Southland
6 166 Buffalo Bills Hamilton, MillardMillard Hamilton  WR Clark Atlanta SIAC
6 167 New York Giants Corey Miller  LB South Carolina Ind. (I-A)
7 168 New England Patriots Miller, BlakeBlake Miller  C Louisiana State SEC
7 169 Green Bay Packers Blevins, FrankFrank Blevins  LB Oklahoma Big Eight
from Cleveland[R7 - 1]
7 170 Los Angeles Rams Shelton, TyroneTyrone Shelton  RB William & Mary Ind. (I-AA)
7 171 Phoenix Cardinals Ivory Lee Brown  RB Arkansas–Pine Bluff Ind. (NAIA)
7 172 Atlanta Falcons Brian Mitchell  CB Brigham Young WAC
7 173 Dallas Cowboys Leon Lett  DT Emporia State Ind. (Div. II)
from Denver[R7 - 2]
7 174 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Calvin Tiggle  LB Georgia Tech ACC
7 175 New York Jets Parrish, DougDoug Parrish  CB San Francisco State NCAC
7 176 Green Bay Packers Reggie Burnette  LB Houston SWC
7 177 San Diego Chargers David Jones  WR Delaware State MEAC
7 178 Detroit Lions Thomas, FranklinFranklin Thomas  TE Grambling SWAC
7 179 Minnesota Vikings Reagan, ScottyScotty Reagan  DT Humboldt State NCAC
7 180 Minnesota Vikings Tripp Welborne  S Michigan Big Ten
from Dallas via L.A. Raiders[R7 - 3]
7 181 Indianapolis Colts Bradley, JamesJames Bradley  WR Michigan State Big Ten
7 182 New Orleans Saints Haynes, HowardHoward Haynes  OG Florida State Ind. (I-A)
7 183 Houston Oilers Freeman, KyleKyle Freeman  LB Angelo State LSC
7 184 Cincinnati Bengals Fernandus Vinson  S North Carolina State ACC
7 185 Pittsburgh Steelers Andre Jones  LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
7 186 Atlanta Falcons Mark Tucker  C USC Pac-10
from Seattle[R7 - 4]
7 187 Philadelphia Eagles James Joseph  RB Auburn SEC
7 188 Washington Redskins Keith Cash  TE Texas SWC
7 189 Kansas City Chiefs Ellison, BernardBernard Ellison  CB Nevada Big Sky
7 190 Chicago Bears Paul Justin  QB Arizona State Pac-10
7 191 Miami Dolphins Chris Green  S Illinois Big Ten
7 192 San Diego Chargers Terry Beauford  OG Florida A&M MEAC
from L.A. Raiders[R7 - 5]
7 193 San Francisco 49ers Sheldon Canley  RB San Jose State Big West
7 194 Buffalo Bills Rasul, AmirAmir Rasul  RB Florida A&M MEAC
7 195 New York Giants Carter, SimmieSimmie Carter  DB Southern Mississippi Ind. (I-A)
8 196 New England Patriots Harry Colon  CB Missouri Big Eight
8 197 Cleveland Browns Frank Conover  DT Syracuse Ind. (I-A)
8 198 Phoenix Cardinals Amsler, GregGreg Amsler  RB Tennessee SEC
8 199 Atlanta Falcons Austin, RandyRandy Austin  TE UCLA Pac-10
8 200 Denver Broncos Kenny Walker  DE Nebraska Big Eight
8 201 Los Angeles Rams Pat Tyrance  LB Nebraska Big Eight
8 202 New York Jets James, TimTim James  DB Colorado Big Eight
8 203 Green Bay Packers Walker, JohnnyJohnny Walker  WR Texas SWC
8 204 Phoenix Cardinals Jerry Evans  TE Toledo MAC
8 205 Detroit Lions Jackson, CedricCedric Jackson  RB Texas Christian SWC
8 206 Minnesota Vikings Johnson, ReggieReggie Johnson  DE Arizona Pac-10
8 207 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Marty Carter  DB Middle Tennessee State OVC
8 208 Indianapolis Colts Bruton, TimTim Bruton  TE Missouri Big Eight
8 209 Phoenix Cardinals Evans, ScottScott Evans  DT Oklahoma Big Eight
8 210 New Orleans Saints Frank Wainright  TE Northern Colorado NCC
8 211 Cincinnati Bengals Mike Dingle  RB South Carolina Ind. (I-A)
8 212 Pittsburgh Steelers Dean Dingman  OG Michigan Big Ten
8 213 Los Angeles Raiders Brian Jones  LB Texas SWC
8 214 Houston Oilers Gary Brown  RB Penn State Ind. (I-A)
8 215 Washington Redskins Jimmy Spencer  CB Florida SEC
8 216 Philadelphia Eagles Scott Kowalkowski  LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
8 217 Chicago Bears Horton, LarryLarry Horton  DB Texas A&M SWC
8 218 Kansas City Chiefs Tom Dohring  T Michigan Big Ten
8 219 Los Angeles Raiders Woulard, ToddTodd Woulard  LB Alabama A&M SIAC
8 220 Miami Dolphins Smith, RolandRoland Smith  DB Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
8 221 San Francisco 49ers Tony Hargain  WR Oregon Tech CFA
8 222 Buffalo Bills Brad Lamb  WR Anderson (IN) ICAC
8 223 New York Giants Lamar McGriggs  DB Western Illinois Gateway
9 224 New England Patriots Glenn, O'NeilO'Neil Glenn  OG Maryland ACC
9 225 Cleveland Browns Irvin, RaymondRaymond Irvin  DB Central Florida Ind. (I-AA)
9 226 Atlanta Falcons Ernie Logan  DE East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
9 227 Denver Broncos Gibson, DonDon Gibson  DT USC Pac-10
9 228 Los Angeles Rams Jeff Fields  DT Arkansas State Ind. (I-AA)
9 229 Green Bay Packers Witkowski, DeanDean Witkowski  LB North Dakota NCC
9 230 San Diego Chargers Katoa, AndyAndy Katoa  LB Southern Oregon State
9 231 Detroit Lions Darryl Milburn  DE Grambling SWAC
9 232 Minnesota Vikings Hudson, GeraldGerald Hudson  RB Oklahoma State Big Eight
9 233 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Treamelle Taylor  WR Nevada Big Sky
9 234 New York Jets Glonek, PaulPaul Glonek  DT Arizona Pac-10
9 235 Dallas Cowboys Damon Mays  WR Missouri Big Eight
9 236 Indianapolis Colts Howard Griffith  RB Illinois Big Ten
9 237 New Orleans Saints Wallace, AnthonyAnthony Wallace  RB California Pac-10
9 238 Pittsburgh Steelers Bruce McGonnigal  TE Virginia ACC
9 239 Cleveland Browns Wiggins, ShawnShawn Wiggins  WR Wyoming WAC
9 240 Houston Oilers Shawn Jefferson  WR Central Florida Ind. (I-AA)
9 241 Cincinnati Bengals Shane Garrett  WR Texas A&M SWC
9 242 Philadelphia Eagles Chuck Weatherspoon  RB Houston SWC
9 243 Washington Redskins Bell, CharlesCharles Bell  DB Baylor SWC
9 244 Kansas City Chiefs Keen, RobbieRobbie Keen  K California Pac-10
9 245 Chicago Bears Mike Stonebreaker  LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
9 246 Miami Dolphins Scott Miller  WR UCLA Pac-10
9 247 Los Angeles Raiders Lewis, TahaunTahaun Lewis  DB Nebraska Big Eight
9 248 San Francisco 49ers Louis Riddick  S Pittsburgh Ind. (I-A)
9 249 Buffalo Bills Mark Maddox  LB Northern Michigan MIFC
9 250 New York Giants Bouldin, JerryJerry Bouldin  WR Mississippi State SEC
10 251 New England Patriots Bethel, RandyRandy Bethel  TE Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
10 252 Cleveland Browns Brian Greenfield  P Pittsburgh Ind. (I-A)
10 253 Denver Broncos Curtis Mayfield  WR Oklahoma State Big Eight
10 254 San Diego Chargers Poles, RolandRoland Poles  RB Tennessee SEC
10 255 Phoenix Cardinals Anderson, HerbieHerbie Anderson  DB Texas A&I LSC
10 256 Atlanta Falcons Sutton, WalterWalter Sutton  WR SW Minnesota NIC
10 257 San Diego Chargers Heldt, MikeMike Heldt  C Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
10 258 Atlanta Falcons Lucas, PetePete Lucas  T Wisconsin–Stevens Point WSUC
10 259 Minnesota Vikings Pierce, BradyBrady Pierce  T Wisconsin Big Ten
10 260 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pat O'Hara  QB USC Pac-10
10 261 New York Jets Baker, AlAl Baker  RB Kentucky SEC
10 262 Green Bay Packers Porter, RapierRapier Porter  TE Arkansas–Pine Bluff Ind. (NAIA)
10 263 Indianapolis Colts Frank Giannetti  DE Penn State Ind. (I-A)
10 264 Dallas Cowboys Sean Love  OG Penn State Ind. (I-A)
10 265 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Hickson, HylandHyland Hickson  RB Michigan State Big Ten
10 266 Seattle Seahawks Ringoen, ErikErik Ringoen  LB Hofstra Ind. (Div. III)
10 267 Houston Oilers Moore, CurtisCurtis Moore  LB Kansas Big Eight
10 268 Cincinnati Bengals Lavin, JimJim Lavin  OG Georgia Tech ACC
10 269 Pittsburgh Steelers Ariel Solomon  T Colorado Big Eight
10 270 Washington Redskins Cris Shale  P Bowling Green MAC
10 271 Philadelphia Eagles Harmon, EricEric Harmon  OG Clemson ACC
10 272 Chicago Bears Backes, TomTom Backes  DE Oklahoma Big Eight
10 273 Kansas City Chiefs Eric Ramsey  DB Auburn SEC
10 274 Los Angeles Raiders Andrew Glover  TE Grambling SWAC
10 275 Miami Dolphins Titley, MichaelMichael Titley  TE Iowa Big Ten
10 276 San Francisco 49ers Holdbrooks, ByronByron Holdbrooks  DT Alabama SEC
10 277 Buffalo Bills DeLorenzo, TonyTony DeLorenzo  OG New Mexico State Big West
10 278 New York Giants Cristobal, LuisLuis Cristobal  OG Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
11 279 New England Patriots Moore, VinceVince Moore  WR Tennessee SEC
11 280 Cleveland Browns Todd Jones  OG Henderson State Arkansas
11 281 Los Angeles Rams Terry Crews  LB Western Michigan MAC
11 282 Phoenix Cardinals LaDuke, NathanNathan LaDuke  DB Arizona State Pac-10
11 283 Atlanta Falcons Joe Sims  DT Nebraska Big Eight
11 284 Denver Broncos Shawn Moore  QB Virginia ACC
11 285 Detroit Lions Watkins, SlipSlip Watkins  WR Louisiana State SEC
11 286 Minnesota Vikings Ivan Caesar  LB Boston College Ind. (I-A)
11 287 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunvold, MikeMike Sunvold  DT Minnesota Big Ten
11 288 New York Jets Keeton, RocenRocen Keeton  LB UCLA Pac-10
11 289 Green Bay Packers Wierenga, J.J.J.J. Wierenga  DE Central Michigan MAC
11 290 San Diego Chargers Weinberg, JoachimJoachim Weinberg  WR Johnson C. Smith CIAA
11 291 Dallas Cowboys Tony Boles  RB Michigan Big Ten
11 292 Indianapolis Colts Jerry Crafts  T Louisville Ind. (I-A)
11 293 New Orleans Saints Scott Ross  LB USC Pac-10
11 294 Houston Oilers Smith, JamesJames Smith  DB Richmond Yankee
11 295 Cincinnati Bengals Chris Smith  TE Brigham Young WAC
11 296 Pittsburgh Steelers Thomas, EfrumEfrum Thomas  DB Alabama SEC
11 297 Seattle Seahawks Tony Stewart  RB Iowa Big Ten
11 298 Philadelphia Eagles Mike Flores  DE Louisville Ind. (I-A)
11 299 Washington Redskins David Gulledge  S Jacksonville State Gulf South
11 300 Kansas City Chiefs Bobby Olive  WR Ohio State Big Ten
11 301 Chicago Bears Stacy Long  OG Clemson ACC
11 302 Miami Dolphins Rogers, ErnieErnie Rogers  OG California Pac-10
11 303 New England Patriots Alsbury, PaulPaul Alsbury  P Southwest Texas State Southland
11 304 San Francisco 49ers Slaughter, BobbyBobby Slaughter  WR Louisiana Tech Ind. (I-A)
11 305 Buffalo Bills Kirkland, DeanDean Kirkland  OG Washington Pac-10
11 306 New York Giants Ted Popson  TE Portland State Western
12 307 New England Patriots Tim Edwards  DT Delta State Gulf South
12 308 Cleveland Browns Austin, ElijahElijah Austin  DT North Carolina State ACC
12 309 Phoenix Cardinals Jeff Bridewell  QB California-Davis NCAC
12 310 Atlanta Falcons Bob Christian  FB Northwestern Big Ten
12 311 Los Angeles Rams Jeff Pahukoa  T Washington Pac-10
12 312 Los Angeles Rams Ernie Thompson  RB Indiana Big Ten
12 313 Minnesota Vikings Darren Hughes  WR Carson–Newman SAC
12 314 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Al Chamblee  LB Virginia Tech Ind.
12 315 New York Jets Hayes, MarkMark Hayes  T Arizona State Pac-10
12 316 Green Bay Packers Collins, LinzyLinzy Collins  WR Missouri Big Eight
12 317 San Diego Chargers Samuels, ChrisChris Samuels  RB Texas SWC
12 318 Detroit Lions Alexander, ZenoZeno Alexander  LB Arizona Pac-10
12 319 Indianapolis Colts Ludeke, RobRob Ludeke  C Penn State Ind. (I-A)
12 320 Dallas Cowboys Larry Brown  CB Texas Christian SWC
12 321 New Orleans Saints Drabczak, MarkMark Drabczak  OG Minnesota Big Ten
12 322 Cincinnati Bengals Antoine Bennett  DB Florida A&M MEAC
12 323 Pittsburgh Steelers Jeff Brady  LB Kentucky SEC
12 324 Seattle Seahawks Harris, IkeIke Harris  OG South Carolina Ind. (I-A)
12 325 Houston Oilers Alex Johnson  WR Miami (FL) Ind. (I-A)
12 326 Washington Redskins Keenan McCardell  WR UNLV Big West
12 327 Philadelphia Eagles Beavers, DarrellDarrell Beavers  DB Morehead State OVC
12 328 Chicago Bears Cook, JohnJohn Cook  DT Washington Pac-10
12 329 Kansas City Chiefs Shipley, RonRon Shipley  OG New Mexico WAC
12 330 Los Angeles Raiders Johnson, DennisDennis Johnson  WR Winston-Salem State CIAA
12 331 Miami Dolphins Brunson, JoeJoe Brunson  DT Tennessee-Chattanooga SoCon
12 332 San Francisco 49ers Confer, CliffCliff Confer  DE Michigan State Big Ten
12 333 Buffalo Bills Clark, StephenStephen Clark  TE Texas SWC
12 334 New York Giants Larry Wanke  QB John Carroll OAC

Hall of Famers

  • Aeneas Williams, cornerback from Southern, taken 3rd round 59th overall by Phoenix Cardinals.
Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame class of 2014.
  • Brett Favre, quarterback from Southern Mississippi, taken in the 2nd round 33rd overall by Atlanta Falcons.
Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame class of 2016.

Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler[5]
Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Atlanta Falcons George Koonce  LB East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
Chicago Bears James Williams  DT Cheyney PSAC
Chicago Bears Eric Wright  WR Stephen F. Austin Southland
Cincinnati Bengals Joe King  S Oklahoma State Big Eight
Dallas Cowboys Cary Blanchard  K Oklahoma State Big Eight
Dallas Cowboys Lance Zeno  C UCLA Pac-10
Denver Broncos Reggie Rivers  RB Southwest Texas State Southland
Green Bay Packers Brad Daluiso  K UCLA Pac-10
Indianapolis Colts Ed Toner  FB Boston College Ind. (I-A)
Kansas City Chiefs Willie Davis  WR Central Arkansas Arkansas
Kansas City Chiefs Lonnie Marts  LB Tulane Ind. (I-A)
Los Angeles Raiders Mike Jones  LB Missouri Big Eight
Los Angeles Rams Frank Hartley  TE Illinois Big Ten
Los Angeles Rams Jimmy Raye III  WR San Diego State WAC
Miami Dolphins Mike Iaquaniello  DB Michigan State Big Ten
Miami Dolphins Chuck Klingbeil  DT Northern Michigan MIFC
Miami Dolphins Doug Pederson  QB Northeast Louisiana Southland
New England Patriots Reggie Clark  LB North Carolina ACC
New York Giants Tom Rouen  P Colorado Big Eight
Philadelphia Eagles Brad Goebel  QB Baylor SWC
Philadelphia Eagles Pellom McDaniels  DE Oregon State Pac-10
Pittsburgh Steelers Garry Howe  DT Colorado Big Eight
Pittsburgh Steelers Shawn Vincent  DB Akron Ind. (I-A)
Seattle Seahawks Dedrick Dodge  S Florida State Ind. (I-A)
Seattle Seahawks Alex Waits  P Texas SWC
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Roger Jones  CB Tennessee State OVC
Washington Redskins James Jenkins  TE Rutgers Ind. (I-A)

Trades

In the explanations below, (D) denotes trades that took place during the 1992 Draft, while (PD) indicates trades completed pre-draft.

Round one
  1. ^ No. 1: New England → Dallas (PD). New England traded its first-round selection (1st) to Dallas in exchange for Dallas' first- and second-round selections (11th and 41st) and CB Ron Francis, LB David Howard and LB Eugene Lockhart.
  2. ^ No. 8: Green Bay → Philadelphia (D). Green Bay traded its first-round selection (8th) to Philadelphia in exchange for the Eagles' first-round selection (19th) and first-round selection in 1992.
  3. ^ No.11: multiple trades:
           No.11: Minnesota → Dallas (PD). Minnesota traded its first-, second- and sixth-round selections (21st, 47th and 158th) in 1990, its first- and second-round selections (11th and 38th) in this draft, first-, second- and third-round selections (13th, 40th and 71st) in 1992, LB Jesse Solomon, LB David Howard, CB Issiac Holt and DE Alex Stewart to Dallas in exchange for RB Herschel Walker, Dallas' third-, fifth- and tenth-round selections (54th, 116th and 249th) in 1990 and third-round selection (68th) in this draft.
           No.11: Dallas → New England (PD). see No. 1: New England → Dallas.
  4. ^ No. 13: Indianapolis → Atlanta (PD). Indianapolis traded its first-round selection (13th) and fifth-round selection (121st) in 1990 and OT Chris Hinton and WR Andre Rison to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta's first- and fourth-round selections (1st and 83rd) in 1990.
  5. ^ No.14: multiple trades:
           No.14: New Orleans → Dallas (PD). New Orleans traded its first- and third-round selections (14th and 70th) and second-round selection in 1992 to Dallas in exchange for QB Steve Walsh.
           No.14: Dallas → New England (D). Dallas traded this first-round selection (14th) to New England in exchange for New England's first- and fourth-round selections (17th and 110th).
  6. ^ No.17: multiple trades:
           No.17: Houston → New England (D). Houston traded its first-round selection (17th) to New England in exchange for the Patriots' second- and fourth-round selections (28th and 101st).
           No.17: New England → Dallas (D). see No. 14: Dallas → New England.
           No.17: Dallas → Washington (D). Dallas traded this first-round selection (17th) to Washington in exchange for the Redskins' first- and fifth (20th and 132nd) selections.
  7. ^ No. 19: Philadelphia → Green Bay (D). see No. 8: Green Bay → Philadelphia.
  8. ^ No. 20: Washington → Dallas (D). see No. 17: Dallas → Washington.
Round two
  1. ^ No. 28: New England → Houston (D). see No. 17: Houston → New England.
  2. ^ No. 37: Detroit → Dallas (D). Detroit traded its second-, third- and fourth-round selections (37th, 64th and 108th) to Dallas in exchange for the rights to DT Kelvin Pritchett (drafted by Dallas with the 20th selection).
  3. ^ No.38: multiple trades:
           No.38: Minnesota → Dallas (PD). see No. 11: Minnesota → Dallas.
           No.38: Dallas → Houston (PD). Dallas traded this second- and a fifth-round selection (38th and 136th) to Houston in exchange for RB Alonzo Highsmith.
  4. ^ No. 39: Tampa Bay → San Diego (PD). Tampa Bay traded its second-round selection (39th) and third-round selection in 1990 (57th) to San Diego in exchange for RB Gary Anderson.
  5. ^ No. 41: Dallas → New England (PD). see No. 1: New England → Dallas.
  6. ^ No. 43: Seattle → L.A. Raiders (D). Seattle traded its second-round selection (43rd) to the Raiders in exchange for their second- and fourth-round selections (51st and 98th).
  7. ^ No. 45: Cincinnati → San Francisco (D). Cincinnati traded its second-round selection (45th) to San Francisco in exchange for the 49ers' second- and fourth-round selections (52nd and 109th).
  8. ^ No. 47: Washington → San Diego (PD). Washington traded its second-round selection (47th) and fifth-round selection in 1992 to San Diego in exchange for the Chargers' first-round selection in 1992.
  9. ^ No. 51: L.A. Raiders → Seattle (D). see No. 43: Seattle → L.A. Raiders.
  10. ^ No.52: multiple trades:
           No.52: Miami → San Francisco (PD). Miami traded its second-round selection (52nd) to San Francisco in exchange for CB Tim McKyer and the 49ers' eleventh-round selection in 1990 (289th).
           No.52: San Francisco → Cincinnati (D). see No. 45: Cincinnati → San Francisco.
Round three
  1. ^ No. 58: L.A. Rams → Detroit (PD). L.A. Rams traded its third-round selection (58th) to Detroit in exchange for QB Chuck Long.
  2. ^ No. 60: Atlanta → Miami (PD). Atlanta traded its third- and twelfth-round selections (60th and 331st) to Miami in exchange for CB Tim McKyer.
  3. ^ No. 62: San Diego → Dallas (PD). San Diego traded its third-round selection (62nd) to Dallas in exchange for three sixth-round selections held by Dallas in 1990 (138th, 143rd and 163rd).
  4. ^ No. 63: Green Bay → N.Y. Jets (D). Green Bay traded its third-selection (63rd) to N.Y. Jets in exchange for the Jets' third- and fifth-round selections (67th and 121st).
  5. ^ No. 64: Detroit → Dallas (D). see No. 37: Detroit → Dallas.
  6. ^ No. 67: N.Y. Jets → Green Bay (D). see No. 63: Green Bay → N.Y. Jets.
  7. ^ No. 68: Dallas → Minnesota (PD). see No. 11: Minnesota → Dallas.
  8. ^ No. 70: New Orleans → Dallas (PD). see No. 14: New Orleans → Dallas.
  9. ^ No. 79: Miami → Houston (PD). Miami traded its third-round selection (79th) to Houston in exchange for LB John Grimsley.
  10. ^ No. 80: L.A. Raiders → Tampa Bay (PD). L.A. Raiders traded its third-round selection (80th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for LB Winston Moss.
  11. ^ No. 81: San Francisco → Green Bay (D). San Francisco traded its third-round selection (81st) to Green Bay in exchange for the Packers' fourth- and fifth-round selections (95th and 122nd).
Round four
  1. ^ No. 88: multiple trades:
           No.88: Denver → New England (PD). Denver traded its fourth-round selection (88th) to New England in exchange for the Patriots' fifth-round selection in 1990 (111th).
           No. 88: New England → Pittsburgh (D). New England traded this fourth-round selection (88th) to Pittsburgh in exchange for the Steelers' fourth- and fifth-round selections (100th and 127th).
  2. ^ No. 89: L.A. Rams → Denver (D). L.A. Rams traded its fourth-round selection (89th) and RB Gaston Green to Denver in exchange for OT Gerald Perry and a twelfth-round selection (311th).
  3. ^ No. 95: Green Bay → San Francisco (D). see No. 81: San Francisco → Green Bay.
  4. ^ No. 98: multiple trades:
           No. 98: New Orleans → L.A. Raiders (PD). New Orleans traded its fourth-round selection (98th) to L.A. Raiders in exchange for the Raiders' sixth-, eighth-, ninth-, tenth- and eleventh-round selections in 1990 (158th, 207th, 233rd, 260th and 287th).
           No. 98: L.A. Raiders → Seattle (D). see No. 43: Seattle → L.A. Raiders..
  5. ^ No. 100: multiple trades:
           No. 100: Pittsburgh → New England (D). see No. 88: New England → Pittsburgh.
           No. 100: New England → L.A. Raiders (D). New England traded this fourth-round selection (100th) to L.A. Raiders in exchange for the Raiders' fifth-round selection (124th) and fourth-round selection in 1992.
  6. ^ No. 101: multiple trades:
           No. 101: Seattle → New England (PD). Seattle traded its fourth-round selection (101st) and two first-round and a third-round selection in 1990 (8th, 10th and 64th) in exchange for New England's first- and second-round selections in 1990 (3rd and 29th).
           No. 101: New England → Houston (D). see No. 17: Houston → New England..
  7. ^ No. 103: Washington → Pittsburgh (PD). Washington traded its fourth-round selection (103rd) to Pittsburgh in exchange for DE Tim Johnson.
  8. ^ No. 106: Kansas City → Dallas (PD). Kansas City traded its fourth-round selection (106th) and a third-round selection in 1990 (68th) to Dallas in exchange for QB Steve Pelluer.
  9. ^ No. 107: L.A. Raiders → L.A. Rams (PD). L.A. Raiders traded its fourth-round selection (107th) to L.A. Rams in exchange for RB Greg Bell.
  10. ^ No. 108: multiple trades:
           No. 108: Miami → Washington (PD). Miami traded its fourth-round selection (108th) and tenth-round selection in 1990 (262nd) to Washington in exchange for the Redskins' fifth-round selection in 1990 (137th).
           No. 108: Washington → Detroit (PD). Washington traded this fourth-round selection (108th) to Detroit in exchange for Lions' DT Eric Williams.
           No. 108: Detroit → Dallas (D). see No. 37: Detroit → Dallas.
  11. ^ No. 109: San Francisco → Cincinnati (D). see No. 45: Cincinnati → San Francisco.
  12. ^ No. 110: multiple trades:
           No. 110: Buffalo → New England (PD). Buffalo traded its fourth-round selection (110th) and twelfth-round selection in 1990 (322nd) to New England in exchange for the Patriots' two seventh-round selections in 1990 (166th and 170th).
           No. 110: New England → Dallas (D). see No. 14: Dallas → New England.
Round five
  1. ^ No. 113: Cleveland → Miami (PD). Cleveland traded its fifth-round selection (113th) to Miami in exchange for the Dolphins' seventh-round selection in 1990 (178th).
  2. ^ No. 121: multiple trades:
           No. 121: N.Y. Jets → Green Bay (D). see No. 63: Green Bay → N.Y. Jets.
           No. 121: Green Bay → Miami (D). Green Bay traded this fifth-round selection (121st) to Miami in exchange for the Dolphins' fifth- and sixth-round selections (135th and 164th).
  3. ^ No. 122: Green Bay → San Francisco (D). see No. 81: San Francisco → Green Bay.
  4. ^ No. 124: multiple trades:
           No. 124: Dallas → L.A. Raiders (PD). Dallas traded its fifth-round selection (124th) to the Raiders in exchange for G John Gesek.
           No. 124: L.A. Raiders → New England (D) see No. 100: New England → L.A. Raiders.
  5. ^ No. 127: multiple trades:
           No. 127: Pittsburgh → New England (D). see No. 88: New England → Pittsburgh.
           No. 127: New England → San Diego (D). New England traded this fifth-round selection (127th) to San Diego in exchange for the Chargers' eleventh-round selection (303rd) and fourth-round selection in 1992.
  6. ^ No. 132: Washington → Dallas (D). see No. 17: Dallas → Washington.
  7. ^ No. 135: Miami → Green Bay (D). see No. 121: Green Bay → Miami.
  8. ^ No. 136: L.A. Raiders → Tampa Bay (PD). The Raiders traded its fifth-round selection (136th) to Tampa Bay in exchange for LB Winston Moss.
Round six
  1. ^ No. 146: Minnesota → L.A. Raiders (D). Minnesota traded its sixth-round selection (146th) to the Raiders in exchange for their sixth- and seventh-round selections (163rd and 180th).
  2. ^ No. 156: Houston → Philadelphia (PD). Houston traded its sixth-round selection (156th) to Philadelphia in exchange for QB Don McPherson.
  3. ^ No. 160: Philadelphia → N.Y. Jets (PD). Philadelphia traded its sixth-round selection (160th) to the Jets in exchange for FB Roger Vick.
  4. ^ No. 163: L.A. Raiders → Minnesota (D). see No. 146: Minnesota → L.A. Raiders.
  5. ^ No. 164: Miami → Green Bay (D). see No. 121: Green Bay → Miami.
Round seven
  1. ^ No. 169: Cleveland → Green Bay (PD). Cleveland traded its seventh-round selection (169th) to Green Bay in exchange for RB Brent Fullwood.
  2. ^ No. 173: Denver → Dallas (PD). Denver traded its seventh-round selection (173rd) to Dallas in exchange for G Dave Widell and Denver's eighth-round selection in 1992.
  3. ^ No. 180: multiple trades:
           No. 180: Dallas → L.A. Raiders (PD). Dallas traded its seventh-round selection (180th) to the Raiders in exchange for LS Dale Hellestrae.
           No. 180: L.A. Raiders → Minnesota (D). see No. 146: Minnesota → L.A. Raiders.
  4. ^ No. 186: Seattle → Atlanta (PD). Seattle traded its seventh-round selection (186th) to Atlanta in exchange for OT Ronnie Lee.
  5. ^ No. 192: L.A. Raiders → San Diego (PD). The Raiders traded their seventh-round selection (192nd) to San Diego in exchange for WR Jamie Holland.
Round eight

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  5. ^ a b Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.
  6. ^ Players are identified as a Hall of Famer if they have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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