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Players drafted ahead of Ronde Barber

The 65 taken ahead of Ronde Barber

Team Pos. School Comment

1. Orlando Pace Rams T Ohio St. All-Pro 3 times in 13 seasons

2. Darrell Russell Raiders DT USC All-Pro once; 281/2 sacks in 6 seasons

3. Shawn Springs Seahawks DB Ohio St. 33 INTs in 13 seasons

4. Peter Boulware Ravens DE Florida St. 70 sacks in 8 seasons

5. Bryant Westbrook Lions DB Texas 13 INTs in 6 seasons

6. Walter Jones Seahawks T Florida St. All-Pro four times in 12 seasons

7. Ike Hilliard Giants WR Florida 546 catches, 35 TDs in 12 seasons

8. James Farrior Jets LB Virginia All-Pro once; 351/2 sacks

9. Tom Knight Cardinals DB Iowa 3 INTs in 6 seasons

10. Chris Naeole Saints G Colorado 11 seasons; missed 2 games from 1998-06

11. Michael Booker Falcons DB Nebraska 8 INTs in 5 seasons

12. Warrick Dunn Bucs RB Florida St. 10,967 yards, 510 catches, 64 TDs in 12 seasons

13. Tony Gonzalez Chiefs TE California All-Pro 5 times; 1,149 catches, 95 TDs

14. Reinard Wilson Bengals DE Florida St. 24 sacks in 6 seasons

15. Yatil Green Dolphins WR Miami Knee injuries limited him to 1 season

16. Reidel Anthony Bucs WR Florida 144 catches, 16 TDs in 5 seasons

17. Kenard Lang Redskins DE Miami 50 sacks in 10 seasons

18. Kenny Holmes Oilers DE Miami 381/2 sacks in 7 seasons

19. Tarik Glenn Colts T California Missed 6 games (all in 2003) in 10 seasons

20. Dwayne Rudd Vikings LB Alabama 7 seasons; averaged 62.3 tackles in first six

21. Renaldo Wynn Jaguars DE Notre Dame 27 sacks, 269 tackles in 13 seasons

22. David LaFleur Cowboys TE LSU 85 catches, 12 TDs in 4 seasons

23. Antowain Smith Bills RB Houston 6,881 yards, 54 TDs in 9 seasons

24. Chad Scott Steelers DB Maryland 21 INTs in 9 seasons

25. Jon Harris Eagles DE Virginia 2 sacks in 2 seasons

26. Jim Druckenmiller 49ers QB Virginia Tech 6 games (1 start) in 2 seasons

27. Rae Carruth Panthers WR Colorado 3 seasons; imprisoned for conspiring to murder

28. Trevor Pryce Broncos DE Clemson 91 sacks in 14 seasons

29. Chris Canty Patriots DB Kansas St. 4 INTs in 4 seasons

30. Ross Verba Packers G Iowa Started 107 games in 8 seasons

31. Rick Terry Jets DT North Carolina 4 sacks in 3 seasons

32. Nathan Davis Falcons DT Indiana 0 sacks in 6 games and 2 seasons

33. Rob Kelly Saints DB Ohio St. 4 INTs in 4 seasons

34. Jamie Sharper Ravens LB Virginia Averaged 70.2 tackles in 9 seasons

35. Juan Roque Lions T Arizona St. Appeared in 17 games in 3 seasons

36. Tiki Barber Giants RB Virginia All-Pro once; 10,449 yards, 55 TDs in 10 seasons

37. Jerry Wunsch Bucs T Wisconsin 112 games (51 starts) in 8 seasons

38. John Allred Bears TE USC 30 catches, 2 TDs in 5 seasons

39. Jared Tomich Saints DE Nebraska 10 sacks in 5 seasons

40. Dexter McCleon Rams DB Clemson 31 INTs in 10 seasons

41. Byron Hanspard Falcons RB Texas Tech 1 TD in 2 seasons; slowed by severe knee injury

42. Jake Plummer Cardinals QB Arizona St. 161 TDs, 161 INTs in 10 seasons

43. Corey Dillon Bengals RB Washington 11,241 yards, 82 TDs in 10 seasons

44. Sam Madison Dolphins DB Louisville All-Pro twice; 38 INTs in 12 seasons

45. Freddie Jones Chargers TE North Carolina 404 catches, 22 TDs in 8 seasons

46. Joey Kent Oilers WR Tennessee 13 catches, 1 TD in 3 seasons

47. Kevin Lockett Chiefs WR Kansas St. 130 catches, 8 TDs in 7 seasons

48. Adam Meadows Colts T Georgia 106 games (99 starts) in 8 seasons

49. Torrian Gray Vikings DB Virginia Tech 1 interception in 2 seasons

50. Mike Logan Jaguars DB West Virginia 5 INTs in 10 seasons

51. Greg Jones Redskins LB Colorado 6 sacks in 6 seasons

52. Marcellus Wiley Bills DE Columbia 44 sacks in 10 seasons

53. Will Blackwell Steelers WR San Diego St. 67 catches, 2 TDs in 5 seasons

54. Kevin Abrams Lions DB Syracuse 1 INT in 3 seasons

55. Marc Edwards 49ers RB Notre Dame 405 yards, 167 catches, 13 TDs in 9 seasons

56. Mike Minter Panthers DB Nebraska 17 INTs (4 TDs), 11 sacks in 10 seasons

57. James Darling Eagles LB Washington St. 71/2 sacks, 6 INTs in 10 seasons

58. Kim Herring Ravens DB Penn St. 8 INTs in 7 seasons

59. Brandon Mitchell Patriots DE Texas A&M 11 sacks in 8 seasons

60. Darren Sharper Packers DB William & Mary All-Pro twice; 63 INTs (11 TDs) in 14 seasons

61. Sedrick Shaw Patriots RB Iowa 258 yards, 1 TD in 3 seasons

62. Troy Davis Saints RB Iowa St. 446 yards, 1 TD in 3 seasons

63. Frank Middleton Bucs G Arizona 109 games (92 starts) in 8 seasons

64. Jay Graham Ravens RB Tennessee 454 yards, 2 TDs in 5 seasons

65. Dexter Coakley Cowboys DB Appalachian St. 13 INTs, 91/2 sacks in 10 seasons

Players drafted ahead of Ronde Barber 05/09/13 [Last modified: Thursday, May 9, 2013 5:45pm]
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