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Potential NFL draft picks from Florida colleges

Potential draft picks from Florida colleges

Name PositionSchool Projected round

Everette Brown DE Florida State1

Percy Harvin WR Florida1

Louis Murphy WR Florida2-3

Tyrone McKenzie LB USF 3

Cornelius Ingram TE Florida3-4

Joe Burnett CB Central Florida3-4

Tony Carter CB Florida State4

Bruce Johnson CB Miami 4

Jason Watkins OT Florida5

Frantz Joseph LB Florida Atlantic6-7

Graham GanoK Florida State6-7

Greg Carr WR Florida State6-7

Kenny Ingram LB Florida State6-7

Name PositionSchool Projected round

Toddrick Verdell LB Florida State6-7

Spencer Adkins LB Miami 6-7

Taurus Johnson WR USF 6-7

Phil Trautwein OT Florida6-7

Neefy Moffett DE Florida State—

Derek Nicholson LB Florida State—

Antone Smith RB Florida State—

Michael Ray Garvin KR Florida State—

Sha'reff Rashad S Central Florida—

Kestahn Moore RB Florida—

Cedric Hill TE USF—

Jarriett Buie DE USF—

Potential NFL draft picks from Florida colleges 04/24/09 [Last modified: Friday, April 24, 2009 10:20pm]
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