Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Hostile, Nov 7, 2006.
Quincy Carter, and Russell MAryland.
bo jackson was a beast and one of if not the fastest guy ever in the NFL. He ran a 4.16 if memory serves me, Bo was worth a few first round picks in my opinion, Can't speak on Berwanger I wans't even an itch in my grand daddies pants back then.
Maryland is correct.
So we have Troy and Maryland answered. Who is the 3rd and why was the 4th "voided?"
I know someone knows these.
Not arguing that Bo was not a beast- but remember how few years he played. Russel Maryland is the guy I forgot. I think TD was actually a #2.
Too Tall is the 3rd.
Now, why did we qualify for a 4th overall #1 but not get to select overall #1 one year?
No it was not a trade.
Ed "Too Tall" Jones, 1974, DE, Tenn State
Troy Aikman, 1989, QB, UCLA
Russell Maryland, 1991, DT, Miami
Expansion franchise? Did not know Too Tall was a #1.
No sir, but a good guess.
Despite finishing 1960 0-11-1 we picked 13th overall in 1961. That's when we got Bob Lilly though. Don't care where we picked, he was the real deal.
I thought it was a bit easier than this.
well we havent all been blessed with as many years as you have had to be a fan
Don't be jealous.
If you were a fan in 1989 (1-15) & 1990, you were around for the answer to this one.
That probably gave it away.
sad part is we had season tickets in '89, I was way too young to really be a fan back then though. 10 year old stealth was too busy staring at the cheerleaders to watch the games.
and if it is steve walsh then I draw a complete blank on how all that worked out
Dallas selected him in the 1989 Supplemental Draft which means they gave up their #1 of 1990 for him.
Worked out for the best, we might have taken Blair Thomas instead of Emmitt Smith.
Thank you Steve Walsh.
I think you mean Blair Thomas. Carter was drafted in 1995.
Yes, I do, thanks.