Donovan McNabb was the #2 pick overall in the 1999 draft. The player that was selected #1 overall was QB Tim Couch of Kentucky, selected by the Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland Browns selected Tim Couch, quarterback out of Kentucky with the 1st overall pick in 1999.Couch was widely regarded as a bust. The number 2 pick, Donovan McNabb, has gone on to be the most successful quarterback in Philadelphia Eagles history.
Yes to the buffalo bills for a third round pick and derek shouman
The term 'conditional draft pick' refers to when A) there is a trade, and B) compensation will be a draft pick, and C) which pick it will be is based on the performance of the traded player and/or his new team. An example would be the Donovan McNabb trade from the Eagles to the Redskins in 2010. The Eagles received the Redskins #2 pick in the 2010 draft and a conditional pick in the 2011 draft. The Eagles will receive either the Redskins #3 or #4 2011 draft pick based on the following conditions: 1) whether McNabb makes the Pro Bowl in the 2010 season, or 2) whether the Redskins make the playoffs in the 2010 season, or 3) whether the Redskins win 9 games in the 2010 regular season If one or more of the three conditions above comes true the Eagles will receive the Redskins #3 pick. If none of the conditions comes true the Eagles will receive the Redskins #4 pick.
He was 5th pick to the heat
Chuck bednarik was the Philadelphia Eagles number one draft pick.
9th pick in the first round
1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th, 7th plus an undisclosed pick from Indy. If they were to release McNabb prior to April, they will most likely receive a compensatory pick as well.
The Cleveland Cavaliers had the Number One pick in the 2011 NBA draft.
Carmelo draft number was 1st round 3rd pick.
It means the team can get any draft number, regardless of if it's a lottery pick or not.
The team that has the worst record for the season is awarded the #1 draft pick.
9th pick in the first round.
Cam Newton (Panthers)
Dan Wilkinson from Ohio State was the number 1 draft pick in 1994 by the Cincinnati Bengals.
1st round, 4th pick.
Carson Palmer was the #1 overall pick in the 2003 NFL draft.