I think we should spark up more conversation about player development. Look back and see who picked some stars.
Let's talk about wins and losses. For example 2010: Wins:
Rd 1, Keenan Allen, WR, Early entree in 2013 draft
Rd 2, Andrew Norwell, OT, Ohio St., Multi-year starter, All conference player
Rd 8, Nickell Robey, CB, USC, Early entree in 2013 draft, kick arse corner
Rd 9, Dominic Espinosa, C, Texas, Started since RSFR
Rd 20, Ricardo Allen, CB, Purdue, 3 yr starter, All conference
Rd 15, Chris Young, LB, Arizona St., Originally committed to Washington, but didn't qualify. Went JUCO, and ended up at AZ St. Started as a Jr and will be pre-season all Pac-12. Killer!
Rd 21, KP Parks, RB, Virginia, Multi-year starter, Nothing spectacular, but solid nonetheless......proud of the pick and him
Supp Pick, Elliott Porter, C, LSU, Went through a ton of shite with the greyshirt-Kentucky and back story.....came out better for it
Rd 10, Marcus Lucas, WR, Missouri - Solid player, will shine in 2013
Rd 14, Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers - Solid starter, will shine in 2013 Losses:
Jeff Luc, LB, FSU, Bounced around after I Enfuego'ed Max Bullough for his ass, who I drafted in Rd 13. Now he is at CIN, so we will see.
Rd 3, Ladarius Owens, DE, Auburn, Struggled to move up the depth chart after RS'ing. Expected to start as a RSJr.
Rd 4, Brandon Willis, DE, Transferred back and forth from NC to UCLA a few times. Not sure he has tackled anybody yet.
Rd 6, Mike Thornton, DT, Georgia, Can't seem to get on the field as of 2012.
Rd 7, Ethan Grant, RB, TCU, Concussions ended his football career.
Supp Pick, Nic Jacobs, TE, LSU, Got kicked off of the team
The others are somewhere in between.