THE DRAFT POST

Here’s the list of past Navy opponents taken in this year’s NFL draft:

Round 1

Stephon Gilmore – CB – South Carolina
Michael Floyd – WR – Notre Dame
Melvin Ingram – DE - South Carolina
Harrison Smith – S – Notre Dame

Round 2

Alshon Jeffrey – WR – South Carolina
Mike Adams – T – Ohio State*

Round 3

Ronnie Hillman – RB – San Diego State
DeVier Posey – WR – Ohio State
Josh LeRibeus – G – SMU
Demario Davis – LB – Arkansas State
Michael Egnew – TE – Missouri
Mohamed Sanu – WR – Rutgers
Bernard Pierce – RB – Temple
Lamar Holmes – T – Southern Miss

Round 4

Chris Givens – WR – Wake Forest
Gino Gradkowski – G – Delaware
Evan Rodriguez – TE – Temple
Kyle Wilber – LB – Wake Forest
Joe Looney – G – Wake Forest
Miles Burris – LB - San Diego State

Round 5

Tahir Whitehead – LB – Temple
Robert Blanton – CB – Notre Dame
Taylor Thompson – TE – SMU**
Rokevious Watkins – T – South Carolina
Jonathan Massaquoi – DE – Troy
Darius Fleming – LB – Notre Dame

Round 6

Ryan Lindley – QB – San Diego State
Josh Bush – S – Wake Forest
Dan Herron – RB – Ohio State
Nate Ebner – DB – Ohio State

Round 7

Aaron Brown – LB – Hawaii*
Richard Crawford – DB - SMU
Jerome Long – DT – San Diego State
Antonio Allen – S – South Carolina
Kelvin Beachum – T – SMU
Travian Robertson – DT – South Carolina
Chandler Harnish – QB – Northern Illinois

*Did not appear against Navy in 2009 game

**Drafted as a TE but played defensive end in college

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  1. Good look at future #1 draft pick at 4:30

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