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Old 04-12-2007, 05:22 AM   #1
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Default Steelers best and worst drafts as decided by you.

With the NFL Draft approaching, I've listed the Steelers draft choices from 1990 to 2006. As we look back there is much to debate. The Steelers have made some horrible day 1 choices but they've countered with some hidden gems on day 2.

Steelers NFL Draft History 1990 to 2006.



2006


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 - 25 - 25 ? Santonio Holmes - WR ? Ohio State
3 - 19 - 83 ? Anthony Smith - S ? Syracuse
3 - 31 - 95 ? Willie Reid - S ? Florida State
4 - 34 ? 131 ? Willie Colon - OT ? Hofstra
4 - 36 - 133 ? Orien Harris - LB - Miami, FL
5 - 32 - 164 ? Omar Jacobs - QB ? Bowling Green
5 - 35 - 167 ? Charles Davis - TE - Purdue
6 - 32 - 201 ? Marvin Philip - C ? California
7 - 32 - 240 ? Cedric Humes - RB ? Virginia Tech


2005


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 - 30 - 30 ? Heath Miller - TE ? Virginia
2 - 30 - 62 ? Bryant McFadden - DB ? Florida State
3 - 29 - 93 ? Trai Essex - T ? Northwestern
4 - 30 ? 131 ? Fred Gibson - WR ? Georgia
5 - 30 - 166 ? Rian Wallace - LB - Temple
6 - 30 - 204 ? Chris Kemoeatu - G ? Utah
7 - 14 - 228 ? Shaun Nua - DE - BYU
8 - 30 - 244 ? Noah Herron - RB ? Northwestern


2004


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 - 11 - 11 ? Ben Roethlisberger - QB ? Miami(OH)
2 - 6 - 38 ? Ricardo Colclough - DB ? Tusculum
3 - 12 - 75 ? Max Starks - T ? Florida
4 - 13 - 145 ? Nathaniel Adibi - DE ? Virginia Tech
5 - 12 - 177 ? Bo Lacy - T - Arkansas
6 - 29 - 194 ? Matt Kranchick - TE ? Penn State
7 - 32 - 197 ? Drew Caylor - C - Stanford
8 - 11 - 212 ? Eric Taylor - DT - Memphis


2003


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 - 16 - 16 ? Troy Polamalu - DB - USC
2 - 27 - 59 ? Alonzo Jackson - DE ? Florida State
3 - 28 - 125 ? Ivan ?Ike? Taylor - DB ? Louisiana-Lafayette
4 - 28 - 163 ? Brian St. Pierre - QB ? Boston College
5 - 28 - 242 - J.T. Wall - RB - Georgia


2002


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 - 30 - 30 - Kendall Simmons - OT - Auburn
2 - 30 - 62 - Antwaan Randel El - WR - Indiana
3 - 29 - 94 - Chris Hope - S - Florida State
4 - 30 - 128 - Larry Foote - LB - Michigan
5 - 31 - 166 - Verron Hayes - RB - Georgia
6 - 30 - 202 - Lee Mays - WR - Texas El-Paso
7 - 1 - 212 - Lavar Glover - CB - Cincinnati
7 - 31 - 242 - Brett Keisel - DE - Brigham Young


2001


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 - 19 - 19 - Casey Hampton - DT - Texas
2 - 8 - 39 - Kendrell Bell - LB - Georgia
4 - 16 - 111 - Mathias Nkwenti - OT - Temple
5 - 15 - 146 - Chukky Okobi - C - Purdue
6 - 18 - 181 - Rodney Bailey - DE - Ohio State
6 - 19 - 182 - Roger Knight - LB - Wisconsin
7 - 18 - 218 - Chris Taylor - WR - Texas A&M


2000


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 - 8 - 8 - Plaxico Burress - WR - Michigan State
2 - 7 - 38 - Marvel Smith - OT - Arizona State
3 - 10 - 72 - Kendrick Clancy - DT - Mississippi
3 - 15 - 77 - Hank Poteat - DB - Pittsburgh
4 - 9 - 103 - Danny Farmer - WR - UCLA
5 - 8 - 137 - Clark Haggans - LB - Colorado State
5 - 34 - 163 - Tee Martin - QB - Tennessee
6 - 7 - 173 - Chris Combs - DE - Duke
6 - 38 - 204 - Jason Gavadza - TE - Kent State


1999


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 13 13 Troy Edwards WR Louisiana Tech
2 28 59 Scott Shields DB Weber State
3 12 73 Joey Porter DE Colorado State
3 13 74 Kris Farris OT UCLA
3 34 95 Amos Zereoue RB West Virginia
4 14 109 Aaron Smith DE Northern Colorado
5 3 136 Jerame Tuman TE Michigan
5 33 166 Malcolm Johnson WR Notre Dame
7 8 214 Antonio Dingle DT Virginia
7 13 219 Chad Kelsay LB Nebraska
7 22 228 Kris Brown K Nebraska


1998


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 26 26 Alan Faneca OG LSU
2 11 41 Jeremy Staat DE Arizona State
3 5 66 Chris Conrad OT Fresno State
3 31 92 Hines Ward WR Georgia
4 25 117 Deshea Townsend DB Alabama
4 31 123 Carlos King RB North Carolina State
5 14 137 Jason Simmons DB Arizona State
6 25 178 Chris Fuamatu-Ma'afala RB Utah
6 33 186 Ryan Olson DT Colorado
7 32 221 Angel Rubio DT SE Missouri State


1997


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 24 24 Chad Scott DB Maryland
2 23 53 Will Blackwell WR San Diego State
3 22 82 Paul Wiggins OT Oregon
3 31 91 Mike Vrabel DE Ohio State
5 24 154 George Jones RB San Diego State
6 23 186 Daryl Porter DB Boston College
6 36 199 Rod Manuel DE Oklahoma
7 22 223 Michael Adams WR Texas



1996


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 29 29 Jamain Stephens OT North Carolina A&T
3 11 72 Steven Conley LB Arkansas
3 31 92 Jon Witman RB Penn State
4 31 126 Earl Holmes LB Florida A&M
4 37 132 Jahine Arnold WR Fresno State
5 31 163 Israel Raybon DE North Alabama
6 33 200 Orpheus Roye DE Florida State
6 36 203 Spence Fischer QB Duke
7 33 242 Carlos Emmons LB Arkansas State


1995


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 27 27 Mark Bruener TE Washington
2 28 60 Kordell Stewart QB Colorado
3 27 91 Brenden Stai OG Nebraska
4 22 120 Oliver Gibson DE Notre Dame
4 27 125 Donta Jones LB Nebraska
5 17 151 Lethon Flowers DB Georgia Tech
5 27 161 Lance Brown DB Indiana
6 28 199 Barron Miles DB Nebraska
7 27 235 Henry Bailey WR UNLV
7 39 247 Cole Ford K USC


1994


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 17 17 Charles Johnson WR Colorado
2 21 50 Brentson Buckner DE Clemson
3 23 88 Jason Gildon LB Oklahoma State
3 26 91 Bam Morris RB Texas Tech
4 19 122 Taase Faumui DE Hawaii
5 9 140 Myron Bell DB Michigan State
5 17 148 Gary Brown OT Georgia Tech
6 17 178 Jim Miller QB Michigan State
6 19 180 Eric Ravotti LB Penn State
7 15 209 Brice Abrams RB Michigan State


1993


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 23 23 Deon Figures DB Colorado
2 15 44 Chad Brown LB Colorado
3 20 76 Andre Hastings WR Georgia
4 24 108 Kevin Henry DE Mississippi State
5 23 135 Lonnie Palelei OG UNLV
5 28 140 Marc Woodard LB Mississippi State
6 22 162 Willie Williams DB Western Carolina
7 17 185 Jeff Zgonina DT Purdue
7 20 216 Alex Van Pelt QB Pittsburgh
7 21 189 Craig Keith TE Lenoir-Rhyne


1992


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 11 11 Leon Searcy OT Miami (FL)
2 10 38 Levon Kirkland LB Clemson
3 11 67 Joel Steed DT Colorado
4 10 94 Charles Davenport WR North Carolina State
5 11 123 Alan Haller DB Michigan State
7 11 179 Russ Campbell TE Kansas State
7 20 188 Scottie Graham RB Ohio State
8 7 203 Darren Perry DB Penn State
8 10 206 Hesham Ismail OG Florida
8 19 215 Nate Williams DT Mississippi State
9 11 235 Elnardo Webster LB Rutgers
10 10 262 Mike Saunders RB Iowa
11 11 291 Kendall Gammon OG Pittsburg State (KS)
12 10 318 Cornelius Benton QB Connecticut


1991


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 15 15 Huey Richardson LB Florida
2 19 46 Jeff Graham WR Ohio State
3 18 73 Ernie Mills WR Florida
4 5 88 Sammy Walker DB Texas Tech
4 20 103 Adrian Cooper TE Oklahoma
6 19 158 Leroy Thompson RB Penn State
7 18 185 Andre Jones LB Notre Dame
8 17 212 Dean Dingman OG Michigan
9 15 238 Bruce McGonnigal TE Virginia
10 19 269 Ariel Solomon OT Colorado
11 18 296 Efrum Thomas DB Alabama
12 17 323 Jeff Brady LB Kentucky


1990


Round - Pick - Overall - Name - Position - School
1 21 21 Eric Green TE Liberty
2 18 43 Kenny Davidson DE LSU
3 17 70 Neil O'Donnell QB Maryland
3 28 81 Craig Veasey DT Houston
4 16 97 Chris Calloway WR Michigan
5 19 128 Barry Foster RB Arkansas State
6 18 155 Ron Heard WR Bowling Green
7 17 182 Dan Grayson LB Washington State
8 16 209 Karl Dunbar DT LSU
9 19 239 Gary Jones DB Texas A&M
10 18 266 Eddie Miles LB Minnesota (Duluth)
11 17 293 Justin Strzelczyk OT Maine
12 15 319 Richard Bell RB Nebraska
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I believe that the worst draft was either 1991 or 1997. I'm going to say that the 2002 draft was the best.
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Default Re: Steelers best and worst drafts as decided by you.

I would have to agree with those 2 years.. even though the 1993 draft was pretty bad too. Ernie Mills was the only thing that came out of that '91 draft and he wasnt spectacular.. '02 might have been our best.. we had several starters out of that class.. with Randel El and company
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Default Re: Steelers best and worst drafts as decided by you.

Those 2 years (91 & 97) were exceptionally bad. '02 looks to be the top class of that bunch... Bring back the draft class of 74!!!
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troy edwards is the steelers worst pick ever.
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02' or 98' would be considered the best in my book.
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02 is the best one you listed. Best draft till this date is still the 1974 I would say.

And 91 is the worst on your list.
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yea 97 was horrid....i like 98 the best
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troy edwards is the steelers worst pick ever.
1999 is quite the year. Not only did we piss away a first rounder on a receiver but we got the comedy known as Kris Brown too. Thankfully the Texas Houstons or Houston Texans or whatever they are dog-robbed him via the NFL Wealth Distribution Program.

But if you sanitize this group to say Joey Porter and Aaron Smith were/are outstanding for us is an understatement. And Tuman still has his job.
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98 in my view was the best year

wtf ever happened to arlonzo jackson?
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