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Draft Choices by College/ 1999 Expansion Draft

HISTORY

Abilene Christian 2, Adams State 1, Akron 3, Alabama 7, Alabama A&M 1, Arizona 12, Arizona State 6, Arkansas 8, Army 1, Auburn 5, Baldwin-Wallace 1, Ball State 1, Baylor 14, Bemidji State 1, Bluffton 1, Boston College 10, Boston U. 4, Bowling Green 9, Brown 1, California 7, California State 1, Capital 1, Carson-Newman 2, Central Florida 1, Central Michigan 1, Chattanooga 2, Chico State 1, Cincinnati 1, Clarion State 1, Clemson 6, College of Pacific 3, Colorado 13, Colorado State 3, Dartmouth 1, Dayton 3, Defiance 1, Denver 1, Detroit 2, Duke 10, East Carolina 2, East Central Oklahoma 1, Eastern Kentucky 1, East Tennessee State 1, East Texas State 1, Edinboro State 1, Elizabeth City State 1, Evansville 1, Florida 8, Florida A&M 2, Florida State 13, Fresno State 2, Georgetown College (Ky.) 1, Georgia 10, Georgia Tech 5, Grambling 9, Grand Valley 1, Hampden-Sydney 1, Hardin-Simmons 2, Harding 1, Hawaii 1, Heidelberg 2, Henderson State 2, Houston 6, Idaho 2, Illinois 14, Illinois State 2, Indiana 6, Iowa 7, Iowa State 4, Iowa State Teachers 1, Jackson State 2, John Carroll 4, Johnson C. Smith 2, Kansas 8, Kansas State 6, Kent State 5, Kentucky 7, LaCrosse State 2, Langston 1, Lehigh 2, Lenoir-Rhyne 1, Lewis & Clark 1, Liberty U. 1, Lincoln (Mo.) 1, Livingston State 1, Los Angeles State 1, Louisiana State 7, Louisiana Tech 2, Louisville 2, Loyola (Calif.) 2, Maine 2, Marshall 3, Maryland 14, Maryland State 2, Massachusetts 3, McMurray 1, Memphis 5, Miami (Fla.) 11, Miami (Ohio) 9, Michigan 17, Michigan State 19, Middle Tennessee State 3, Minnesota 7, Mississippi 12, Mississippi State 6, Mississippi Southern 1, Missouri 5, Missouri Valley 1, Morehead State 1, Morgan State 3, Muhlenberg 1, Murray State 2, Nebraska 12, Nevada 1, Nevada-Las Vegas 1, New Mexico 2, New Mexico State 2, Nicholls State 1, No College 7, North Carolina 10, North Carolina Central 1, North Carolina College 2, North Carolina State 4, North Dakota State 2, Northern Illinois 1, Northern Iowa 1, Northern Michigan 1, North Texas State 4, Northwestern 6, Northwestern State 4, Notre Dame 14, Ohio State 32, Ohio 2, Oklahoma 13, Oklahoma A&M 1, Oklahoma State 4, Oregon 4, Oregon State 3, Pacific 7, Pennsylvania 2, Penn State 9, Pitts- burgh 12, Princeton 1, Purdue 22, Rice 8, River Falls (Wis.) 1, Rutgers 1, St. Mary’s 1, Sam Houston State 1, San Diego State 6, San Francisco State 1, San Jose State 3, Santa Barbara State 1, Santa Clara 3, Shaw University 2, South Carolina 3, South Carolina State 2, South Florida 1, Southeastern Louisiana 3, Southeast Missouri State 1, Southern California 13, Southern Connecticut State 1, Southern Methodist 10, Southern Mississippi 4, Southern U. 3, Southwest Oklahoma State 1, Southwest Texas State 3, Southwestern 1, Stanford 9, Stephen F. Austin 2, Sterling 1, Superior State 1, Superior Teachers 1, Syracuse 12, Tampa 1, Tarleton State 1, Temple 2, Tennessee 11, Tennessee-Martin 1, Tennessee State 8, Tennessee Tech 1, Texas 10, Texas A&I 1, Texas-Arlington 2, Texas A&M 11, Texas Western 1, TCU 5, Texas-El Paso 3, Texas Tech 5, Toledo 8, Trinity University-San Antonio 1, Troy State 1, Tufts 1, Tulane 8, Tulsa 6, Tuskegee 1, UCLA 5, Utah 3, Utah State 1, Vanderbilt 6, Villanova 4, Virginia 10, Virginia Tech 6, Virginia Military 2, Wake Forest 6, Washington 5, Washington State 5, Washington U. 1, Washington & Lee 1, Wayne State (Neb.) 1, Waynesburg 1, Weber State 1, West Virginia 5, West Texas A&M 1, West Texas State 2, Western Kentucky 2, Western Illinois 2, Western Michigan 2, Western Reserve 2, Whitewater State 1, Wichita State 1, William & Mary 2, Winston-Salem 1, Wisconsin 7, Wittenberg 1, Wyoming 2, Xavier 6, Youngstown 1.

1999 EXPANSION DRAFT

  • 1.

    OL Jim Pyne (Detroit); 2. DE Hurvin McCormack (Dallas); 3. OL Scott Rehberg (New England);

  • 4.

    WR Damon Gibson (Cincinnati); 5. C Steve Gordon (San Francisco); 6. LB/FB Tarek Saleh (Carolina); 7. OL Jeff

Buckey (Miami); 8. LB Jason Kyle (Seattle); 9. DE Rod Manuel (Pittsburgh); 10. LB Lenoy Jones (Tennessee);

  • 11.

    DB Tim McTyer (Philadelphia); 12. LB Elijah Alexander (Indianapolis); 13. OT Pete Swanson (Kansas City);

  • 14.

    DB Gerome Williams (San Diego); 15. DB Marlon Forbes (Chicago); 16. WR Justin Armour (Denver); 17. OL

Paul Wiggins (Washington); 18. DB Duane Butler (Minnesota); 19. WR Fred Brock (Arizona); 20. DB Kory Blackwell (New York Giants); 21. DB Kevin Devine (Jacksonville); 22. DB Ray Jackson (Buffalo); 23. OL Jim Bundren (New York Jets); 24. OL Ben Cavil (Baltimore); 25. RB Michael Blair (Green Bay); 26. DL Antonio Anderson (Dallas);

  • 27.

    OL Orlando Bobo (Minnesota); 28. LB James Williams (San Francisco); 29. QB Scott Milanovich (Tampa Bay);

  • 30.

    DB Eric Stokes (Seattle); 31. RB Ronald Moore (Arizona); 32. FB Clarence Williams (Buffalo); 33. WR Freddie

Solomon (Philadelphia); 34. DB Brandon Sanders (New York Giants); 35. DL Mike Thompson (Cincinnati); 36. RB Jerris McPhail (Detroit); 37. CB Antonio Langham (San Francisco).

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