Heisman victors stand out enough to be noticed. Deservedly so too as they are picked as the best school football players during the season they won the honor. How they do as they progress to the National Football League is an alternate story however.
Here is a glance at three obscure bits of trivia about Heisman Trophy champs in the NFL Draft.
The Heisman Trophy may not demonstrate somebody will be an extraordinary ace football player, yet some have proceeded to be genuinely incredible at both the school level and in the aces. Through 2010, eight players have won the Heisman and proceeded to be casted a ballot into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The soonest Heisman victor to achieve this was Doak Walker, whom the Doak Walker Award is named after, who won the Heisman in 1948.
Just one time throughout the entire existence of the NFL Draft รีวิวยูฟ่าคาสิโน has a Heisman Trophy victor been drafted twice. In the 1986 draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers utilized the main generally speaking pick to choose Bo Jackson, a running back out of Auburn. Jackson decided to play proficient baseball all things considered and passed on an extended period of football, making him qualified the following year. In the 1987 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Raiders utilized their seventh round pick to choose him, and that is the group he wound up playing for.
There have just been three Heisman Trophy victors in history who have not been chosen in the NFL Draft. The three players are Pete Dawkins, the 1958 Heisman victor from Army, Charlie Ward, the 1993 champ from Florida State, and Jason White, the 2003 victor from Oklahoma.
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