The cast of 2004 NFL Draft - 2004 includes: Derek Abney as Himself - 244th Overall Pick Eugene Amano as Himself - 239th Overall Pick Stacy Andrews as Himself - 123rd Overall Pick Matthias Askew as Himself - 114th Overall Pick Jason Babin as Himself - 27th Overall Pick Vernon Carey as Himself - 19th Overall Pick Ahmad Carroll as Himself - 25th Overall Pick Jared Clauss as Himself - 230th Overall Pick Keary Colbert as Himself - 62nd Overall Pick Jerricho Cotchery as Himself - 108th Overall Pick Patrick Crayton as Himself - 216th Overall Pick Trey Darilek as Himself - 131st Overall Pick Darnell Dockett as Himself - 64th Overall Pick Jeff Dugan as Himself - 220th Overall Pick Glenn Earl as Himself - 122nd Overall Pick Roderick Green as Himself - 153rd Overall Pick DeAngelo Hall as Himself - 8th Pick: Atlanta Falcons Anthony Hargrove as Himself - 91st Overall Pick Tommie Harris as Himself - 14th Overall Pick Ben Hartsock as Himself - 68th Overall Pick Marquise Hill as Himself - 63rd Overall Pick Donnie Jones as Himself - 224th Overall Pick Mike Karney as Himself - 156th Overall Pick Craig Krenzel as Himself - 148th Overall Pick Sean Locklear as Himself - 84th Overall Pick Eli Manning as Himself - Number 1 Overall Pick Darrell McClover as Himself - 213th Overall Pick Luke McCown as Himself - 106th Overall Pick Bobby McCray as Himself - 249th Overall Pick Dylan McFarland as Himself - 207th Overall Pick Mewelde Moore as Himself - 119th Overall Pick Christian Morton as Himself - 233rd Overall Pick Igor Olshansky as Himself - 35th Overall Pick Cody Pickett as Himself - 217th Overall Pick Derrick Pope as Himself - 222nd Overall Pick Dexter Reid as Himself - 113th Overall Pick Philip Rivers as Himself - 4th Pick Dunta Robinson as Himself - 10th Overall Pick Ben Roethlisberger as Himself - 11th Pick: Pittsburgh Steelers Matt Schaub as Himself - 90th Overall Pick Stuart Schweigert as Himself - 67th Overall Pick Josh Scobee as Himself - 137th Overall Pick Guss Scott as Himself - 95th Overall Pick Derrick Strait as Himself - 76th Overall Pick Thomas Tapeh as Himself - 162nd Overall Pick Craig Terrill as Himself - 189th Overall Pick Jeb Terry as Himself - 146th Overall Pick Ben Troupe as Himself - 40th Overall Pick Marcus Tubbs as Himself - 23rd Pick Kenechi Udeze as Himself - 20th Pick Bradlee Van Pelt as Himself - 250th Overall Pick Jonathan Vilma as Himself - 12th Pick: New York Jets Derrick Ward as himself Travelle Wharton as Himself - 94th Overall Pick Vince Wilfork as Himself - 21st Pick: New England Patriots Demorrio Williams as Himself - 101st Overall Pick Quincy Wilson as Himself - 219th Overall Pick Rashaun Woods as Himself - 31st Pick
Prior to Jake Long being the #1 overall pick of the 2008 NFL draft by the Miami Dolphins, the last Michigan player to be the #1 overall pick was running back Tom Harmon in 1941, selected by the Chicago Bears.
Carson Palmer was the #1 overall pick in the 2003 NFL draft.
The Lions picked Matthew Stafford with the #1 overall pick
1) Right Wing Lanny McDonald with the 4th overall pick 2) Defenseman Bob Neely with the 10th overall pick 3) Defenseman Ian Turnbull with the 15th overall pick
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George Rogers - 1981 NFL 1st Overall Pick by the New Orleans Saints Offensive Rookie of the Year no #1 overall pick has ever won the Defensive Rookie of the Year award.
It is hard to say, but overall I believe that it is Corey Hart. He plays right field and his number is 1.
== == Lewis was a #1 pick and 8th overall pick in 1971 and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
it is such an easy question you have to play well in your collage career and if NFL coaches like you and the way you play football they will pick you #1 overall
2009 - #1 pick overall by the Los Angeles Clippers
The Patriots had the overall #1 pick in the 1984 NFL draft and selected wide receiver Irving Fryar out of Nebraska.
The #1 overall selection by the Baltimore Colts in the 1983 NFL draft.
The La Clippers drafted him 1999 . Round: 1. Pick: 4th overall.
The overall #1 pick in the 1996 draft was wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson by the New York Jets.
Through the 2009 NFL draft, that has happened twice: 1) 1977: OT Morris Townes selected by the Houston Oilers with the 11th overall pick and QB Steve Pisarkiewicz selected by the St. Louis Cardinals with the 19th overall pick. 2) 2009: WR Jeremy Maclin selected by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 19th overall pick and DT Evander Hood selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers with the 32nd overall pick.
Cam Newton his number is #1 and the 1st overall pick in the 2011 draft go Newton
Edwards signed a five year contract in August, 2005. He was the Browns #1 pick in the 2005 draft and the #3 pick overall.
Jordan was the 3rd overall pick in the 1984 NBA draft behind Hakeem Olajuwon (#1 - Houston) and Sam Bowie (#2 - Portland).
Yep, Tim Duncan was drafted by the Spurs with the #1 overall pick
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The #1 overall pick in the 2006 NFL draft was defensive end Mario Williams from North Carolina State selected by the Houston Texans.
Vinny Testaverde & Drew Bledsoe?
Yes. Chuck Bednarik was a 1st round choice, and the 1st choice overall, of the Philadelphia Eagles in 1949.