2002 NFL Draft
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General information
Date(s)April 20–21, 2002
TimeNoon EDT (April 20)
11:00 am EDT (April 21)
LocationTheater at MSG
in New York City, NY
Network(s)ESPN, ESPN2
261 total selections in 7 rounds
First selectionDavid Carr, QB
Houston Texans
Mr. IrrelevantAhmad Miller, DT
Houston Texans
Most selections (12)Houston Texans
Fewest selections (5)Kansas City Chiefs
Miami Dolphins
New York Jets
Hall of Famers
← 2001
2003 →

The 2002 NFL Draft was the 67th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible professional football players. The draft is known officially as the "NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting" and has been conducted annually since 1936.[1] The draft took place April 20–21, 2002 at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.[2][3][4] The draft was broadcast on ESPN both days and eventually moved to ESPN2. The draft began with the Houston Texans selecting David Carr, and it ended with the Texans selecting Mr. Irrelevant, Ahmad Miller. There were thirty-two compensatory selections distributed among eighteen teams, with the Buffalo Bills receiving the most selections with four.[5] The University of Miami was the college most represented in the draft, having five of its players selected in the first round. Although the Carolina Panthers finished with a 1–15 record which would normally have given them the first pick in each round, the Houston Texans were given the first pick because they were an expansion team. The league also held a supplemental draft after the regular draft and before the regular season.

Player selections

* = compensatory selection
^ = supplemental compensatory selection
¤ = extra selection awarded to expansion team
= Pro Bowler[6]
= Hall of Famer[7]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back EDGE Edge
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard K Kicker[a] KR Kickoff returner LB Linebacker
LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman NT Nose tackle
P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback RB Running back
S Safety SS Strong safety TE Tight end WR Wide receiver
  1. ^ Also known as placekicker (PK)
9 time Pro Bowler, Julius Peppers was drafted 2nd overall by the Carolina Panthers.
Pro Bowler Dwight Feeney was drafted 11th overall by the Indianapolis Colts.
2004 NFL Defensive Player of the Year and Super Bowl XLVII Champion, Ed Reed was drafted 24th overall by the Baltimore Ravens.
Rnd. Pick No. NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Houston Texans David Carr  QB Fresno State WAC
1 2 Carolina Panthers Julius Peppers  DE North Carolina ACC
1 3 Detroit Lions Joey Harrington  QB Oregon Pac-10
1 4 Buffalo Bills Mike Williams  OT Texas Big 12
1 5 San Diego Chargers Quentin Jammer  CB Texas Big 12
1 6 Kansas City Chiefs Ryan Sims  DT North Carolina ACC
1 7 Minnesota Vikings Bryant McKinnie  OT Miami (FL) Big East
1 8 Dallas Cowboys Roy Williams  SS Oklahoma Big 12
1 9 Jacksonville Jaguars John Henderson  DT Tennessee SEC
1 10 Cincinnati Bengals Levi Jones  OT Arizona State Pac-10
1 11 Indianapolis Colts Dwight Freeney  DE Syracuse Big East
1 12 Arizona Cardinals Wendell Bryant  DT Wisconsin Big Ten
1 13 New Orleans Saints Donté Stallworth  WR Tennessee SEC
1 14 New York Giants Jeremy Shockey  TE Miami (FL) Big East
1 15 Tennessee Titans Albert Haynesworth  DT Tennessee SEC
1 16 Cleveland Browns William Green  RB Boston College Big East
1 17 Oakland Raiders Phillip Buchanon  CB Miami (FL) Big East
1 18 Atlanta Falcons T. J. Duckett  RB Michigan State Big Ten
1 19 Denver Broncos Ashley Lelie  WR Hawaii WAC
1 20 Green Bay Packers Javon Walker  WR Florida State ACC
1 21 New England Patriots Daniel Graham  TE Colorado Big 12
1 22 New York Jets Bryan Thomas  DE UAB C-USA
1 23 Oakland Raiders Napoleon Harris  LB Northwestern Big Ten
1 24 Baltimore Ravens Ed Reed FS Miami (FL) Big East
1 25 New Orleans Saints Charles Grant  DE Georgia SEC
1 26 Philadelphia Eagles Lito Sheppard  CB Florida SEC
1 27 San Francisco 49ers Mike Rumph  CB Miami (FL) Big East
1 28 Seattle Seahawks Jerramy Stevens  TE Washington Pac-10
1 29 Chicago Bears Marc Colombo  OT Boston College Big East
1 30 Pittsburgh Steelers Kendall Simmons  OG Auburn SEC
1 31 St. Louis Rams Robert Thomas  LB UCLA Pac-10
1 32 Washington Redskins Patrick Ramsey  QB Tulane C-USA
2 33 Houston Texans Jabar Gaffney  WR Florida SEC
2 34 Carolina Panthers DeShaun Foster  RB UCLA Pac-10
2 35 Detroit Lions Kalimba Edwards  DE South Carolina SEC
2 36 Buffalo Bills Josh Reed  WR LSU SEC
2 37 Dallas Cowboys Andre Gurode  C Colorado Big 12
2 38 Minnesota Vikings Raonall Smith  LB Washington State Pac-10
2 39 San Diego Chargers Toniu Fonoti  OG Nebraska Big 12
2 40 Jacksonville Jaguars Mike Pearson  OT Florida SEC
2 41 Cincinnati Bengals Lamont Thompson  FS Washington State Pac-10
2 42 Indianapolis Colts Larry Tripplett  DT Washington Pac-10
2 43 Kansas City Chiefs Eddie Freeman  DE UAB C-USA
2 44 New Orleans Saints LeCharles Bentley  C Ohio State Big Ten
2 45 Tennessee Titans Tank Williams  SS Stanford Pac-10
2 46 New York Giants Tim Carter  WR Auburn SEC
2 47 Cleveland Browns André Davis  WR Virginia Tech Big East
2 48 San Diego Chargers Reche Caldwell  WR Florida SEC
2 49 Arizona Cardinals Levar Fisher  LB NC State ACC
50 Houston Texans Chester Pitts  OG San Diego State MWC
2 51 Denver Broncos Clinton Portis  RB Miami (FL) Big East
2 52 Baltimore Ravens Anthony Weaver  DE Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
2 53 Oakland Raiders Langston Walker  OT California Pac-10
2 54 Seattle Seahawks Maurice Morris  RB Oregon Pac-10
2 55 Oakland Raiders Doug Jolley  TE BYU MWC
2 56 Washington Redskins Ladell Betts  RB Iowa Big Ten
2 57 New York Jets Jon McGraw  S Kansas State Big 12
2 58 Philadelphia Eagles Michael Lewis  S Colorado Big 12
2 59 Philadelphia Eagles Sheldon Brown  CB South Carolina SEC
2 60 Seattle Seahawks Anton Palepoi  DE UNLV MWC
2 61 Buffalo Bills Ryan Denney  DE BYU MWC
2 62 Pittsburgh Steelers Antwaan Randle El  WR Indiana Big Ten
2 63 Dallas Cowboys Antonio Bryant  WR Pittsburgh Big East
2 64 St. Louis Rams Travis Fisher  CB UCF Ind. (I-A)
2 65 New England Patriots Deion Branch  WR Louisville C-USA
3 66 Houston Texans Fred Weary  OG Tennessee SEC
3 67 Cincinnati Bengals Matt Schobel  TE TCU C-USA
3 68 Detroit Lions André Goodman  CB South Carolina SEC
3 69 San Francisco 49ers Saleem Rasheed  LB Alabama SEC
3 70 Minnesota Vikings Willie Offord  SS South Carolina SEC
3 71 San Diego Chargers Ben Leber  LB Kansas State Big 12
3 72 Chicago Bears Roosevelt Williams  CB Tuskegee SIAC
3 73 Carolina Panthers Will Witherspoon  LB Georgia SEC
3 74 Indianapolis Colts Joseph Jefferson  SS Western Kentucky Gateway
3 75 Dallas Cowboys Derek Ross  CB Ohio State Big Ten
3 76 Cleveland Browns Melvin Fowler  C Maryland ACC
3 77 Tennessee Titans Rocky Calmus  LB Oklahoma Big 12
3 78 New York Giants Jeff Hatch  OT Penn Ivy
3 79 Washington Redskins Rashad Bauman  CB Oregon Pac-10
3 80 Atlanta Falcons Will Overstreet  LB Tennessee SEC
3 81 Arizona Cardinals Josh McCown  QB Sam Houston State Southland
3 82 New Orleans Saints James Allen  LB Oregon State Pac-10
83 Houston Texans Charles Hill  NT Maryland ACC
3 84 St. Louis Rams Lamar Gordon  RB North Dakota State NCC
3 84.5 Denver Broncos forfeited due to a salary cap violation
3 85 Seattle Seahawks Kris Richard  CB USC Pac-10
3 86 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Marquise Walker  WR Michigan Big Ten
3 87 Washington Redskins Cliff Russell  WR Utah MWC
3 88 New York Jets Chris Baker  TE Michigan State Big Ten
3 89 Jacksonville Jaguars Akin Ayodele  LB Purdue Big Ten
3 90 Miami Dolphins Seth McKinney  C Texas A&M Big 12
3 91 Philadelphia Eagles Brian Westbrook  RB Villanova A-10
3 91.5 San Francisco 49ers forfeited due to a salary cap violation
3 92 Green Bay Packers Marques Anderson  FS UCLA Pac-10
3 93 Chicago Bears Terrence Metcalf  OG Ole Miss SEC
3 94 Pittsburgh Steelers Chris Hope  FS Florida State ACC
3 95 St. Louis Rams Eric Crouch  WR Nebraska Big 12
2001 Heisman Trophy winner [8]
3 96 Denver Broncos Dorsett Davis  DT Mississippi State SEC
3* 97 Buffalo Bills Coy Wire  SS Stanford Pac-10
3* 98 Arizona Cardinals Dennis Johnson  DE Kentucky SEC
4 99 Houston Texans Jonathan Wells  RB Ohio State Big Ten
4 100 Carolina Panthers Dante Wesley  CB Arkansas–Pine Bluff SWAC
4 101 Cleveland Browns Kevin Bentley  LB Northwestern Big Ten
4 102 San Francisco 49ers Jeff Chandler  K Florida SEC
4 103 San Diego Chargers Justin Peelle  TE Oregon Pac-10
4 104 Chicago Bears Alex Brown  DE Florida SEC
4 105 Minnesota Vikings Brian Williams  CB NC State ACC
4 106 Indianapolis Colts David Thornton  LB North Carolina ACC
4 107 Kansas City Chiefs Omar Easy  FB Penn State Big Ten
4 108 Jacksonville Jaguars David Garrard  QB East Carolina C-USA
4 109 Cincinnati Bengals Travis Dorsch  K Purdue Big Ten
4 110 Tennessee Titans Mike Echols  CB Wisconsin Big Ten
4 111 Cleveland Browns Ben Taylor  LB Virginia Tech Big East
4 112 Baltimore Ravens Dave Zastudil  P Ohio MAC
4 113 Arizona Cardinals Nate Dwyer  DT Kansas Big 12
4 114 Miami Dolphins Randy McMichael  TE Georgia SEC
4 115 Tennessee Titans Tony Beckham  CB UW–Stout WIAC
116 Atlanta Falcons Martin Bibla  OG Miami (FL) Big East
4 117 New England Patriots Rohan Davey  QB LSU SEC
4 118 Jacksonville Jaguars Chris Luzar  TE Virginia ACC
4 119 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Travis Stephens  RB Tennessee SEC
4 120 Seattle Seahawks Terreal Bierria  SS Georgia SEC
4 121 New York Jets Alan Harper  NT Fresno State WAC
4 122 Cleveland Browns Darnell Sanders  TE Ohio State Big Ten
4 123 Baltimore Ravens Ron Johnson  WR Minnesota Big Ten
4 124 Philadelphia Eagles Scott Peters  C Arizona State Pac-10
4 125 New Orleans Saints Keyuo Craver  CB Nebraska Big 12
4 126 New England Patriots Jarvis Green  DE LSU SEC
4 127 San Francisco 49ers Kevin Curtis  S Texas Tech Big 12
4 128 Pittsburgh Steelers Larry Foote  LB Michigan Big Ten
4 129 Dallas Cowboys Jamar Martin  FB Ohio State Big Ten
4 130 St. Louis Rams Travis Scott  OG Arizona State Pac-10
4 131 Denver Broncos Sam Brandon  SS UNLV MWC
4* 132 Minnesota Vikings Ed Ta'amu  OG Utah MWC
4* 133 Tennessee Titans Rocky Boiman  LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
4* 134 Detroit Lions John Taylor  DE Montana State Big Sky
4* 135 Green Bay Packers Najeh Davenport  RB Miami (FL) Big East
5 136 Houston Texans Jarrod Baxter  FB New Mexico MWC
5 137 Carolina Panthers Randy Fasani  QB Stanford Pac-10
5 138 Detroit Lions John Owens  TE Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
5 139 Buffalo Bills Justin Bannan  DT Colorado Big 12
5 140 Chicago Bears Bobby Gray  S Louisiana Tech WAC
5 141 Cleveland Browns Andra Davis  LB Florida SEC
5 142 San Diego Chargers Terry Charles  WR Portland State Big Sky
5 143 Kansas City Chiefs Scott Fujita  LB California Pac-10
5 144 Denver Broncos Herb Haygood  WR Michigan State Big Ten
5 145 Carolina Panthers Kyle Johnson  FB Syracuse Big East
5 146 Seattle Seahawks Rocky Bernard  DT Texas A&M Big 12
5 147 Oakland Raiders Kenyon Coleman  DE UCLA Pac-10
5 148 Atlanta Falcons Kevin McCadam  S Virginia Tech Big East
5 149 Arizona Cardinals Jason McAddley  WR Alabama SEC
5 150 New Orleans Saints Mel Mitchell  S Western Kentucky Gateway
5 151 Tennessee Titans Jake Schifino  WR Akron MAC
5 152 New York Giants Nick Greisen  LB Wisconsin Big Ten
153 Houston Texans Ramon Walker  S Pittsburgh Big East
5 154 New York Jets Jonathan Goodwin  OG Michigan Big Ten
5 155 Baltimore Ravens Terry Jones  TE Alabama SEC
5 156 Green Bay Packers Aaron Kampman  DE Iowa Big Ten
5 157 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jermaine Phillips  S Georgia SEC
5 158 Atlanta Falcons Kurt Kittner  QB Illinois Big Ten
5 159 Washington Redskins Andre Lott  S Tennessee SEC
5 160 Washington Redskins Robert Royal  TE LSU SEC
5 161 Miami Dolphins Omare Lowe  S Washington Pac-10
5 162 Philadelphia Eagles Freddie Milons  WR Alabama SEC
5 163 San Francisco 49ers Brandon Doman  QB BYU MWC
5 164 Green Bay Packers Craig Nall  QB Northwestern State Southland
5 165 Chicago Bears Bryan Knight  LB Pittsburgh Big East
5 166 Pittsburgh Steelers Verron Haynes  RB Georgia SEC
5 167 St. Louis Rams Courtland Bullard  LB Ohio State Big Ten
5 168 Dallas Cowboys Pete Hunter  CB Virginia Union CIAA
5* 169 Seattle Seahawks Ryan Hannam  TE Northern Iowa Gateway
5* 170 Miami Dolphins Sam Simmons  WR Northwestern Big Ten
5* 171 Seattle Seahawks Matt Hill  OT Boise State WAC
5* 172 San Francisco 49ers Josh Shaw  DT Michigan State Big Ten
6 173 Houston Texans DeMarcus Faggins  CB Kansas State Big 12
6 174 Carolina Panthers Keith Heinrich  TE Sam Houston State Southland
6 175 Detroit Lions Chris Cash  CB USC Pac-10
6 176 Buffalo Bills Kevin Thomas  CB UNLV MWC
6 177 Minnesota Vikings Nick Rogers  LB Georgia Tech ACC
6 178 San Diego Chargers Anderle, MattMatt Anderle  OT Minnesota Big Ten
6 179 Dallas Cowboys Tyson Walter  C Ohio State Big Ten
6 180 Jacksonville Jaguars Ballard, ClentonClenton Ballard  DT Southwest Texas State Southland
6 181 Cincinnati Bengals Marquand Manuel  S Florida SEC
6 182 Indianapolis Colts David Pugh  DT Virginia Tech Big East
6 183 Indianapolis Colts James Lewis  SS Miami (FL) Big East
6 184 Atlanta Falcons Kahlil Hill  WR Iowa Big Ten
6 185 Arizona Cardinals Josh Scobey  RB Kansas State Big 12
6 186 New Orleans Saints J. T. O'Sullivan  QB UC Davis Ind. (Div. II)
6 187 Tennessee Titans Justin Hartwig  C Kansas Big 12
6 188 New York Giants Wesly Mallard  LB Oregon Pac-10
6 189 Oakland Raiders Keyon Nash  S Albany State SIAC
190 Houston Texans Howard Green  DT LSU SEC
6 191 Denver Broncos Jeb Putzier  TE Boise State WAC
6 192 Washington Redskins Coleman, ReggieReggie Coleman  OT Tennessee SEC
6 193 Tampa Bay Buccaneers John Stamper  DE South Carolina SEC
6 194 Seattle Seahawks Craig Jarrett  P Michigan State Big Ten
6 195 Baltimore Ravens Lamont Brightful  CB Eastern Washington Big Sky
6 196 New Orleans Saints John Gilmore  TE Penn State Big Ten
6 197 Oakland Raiders Larry Ned  RB San Diego State MWC
6 198 Philadelphia Eagles Tyreo Harrison  LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
6 199 Chicago Bears Adrian Peterson  RB Georgia Southern SoCon
6 200 Green Bay Packers Mike Houghton  OT San Diego State MWC
6 201 San Francisco 49ers Mark Anelli  TE Wisconsin Big Ten
6 202 Pittsburgh Steelers Lee Mays  WR UTEP WAC
6 203 Chicago Bears Jamin Elliott  WR Delaware A-10
6 204 Indianapolis Colts Brian Allen  RB Stanford Pac-10
6 205 St. Louis Rams Steve Bellisari  QB Ohio State Big Ten
6* 206 Baltimore Ravens Javin Hunter  WR Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
6* 207 Baltimore Ravens Chester Taylor  RB Toledo MAC
6* 208 Dallas Cowboys Johnson, DeVerenDeVeren Johnson  WR Sacred Heart NEC
6* 209 Baltimore Ravens Chad Williams  S Southern Miss C-USA
6* 210 Chicago Bears Bryan Fletcher  TE UCLA Pac-10
6* 211 Dallas Cowboys Slowikowski, BobBob Slowikowski  TE Virginia Tech Big East
7 212 Pittsburgh Steelers Lavar Glover  CB Cincinnati C-USA
7 213 Carolina Panthers Pete Campion  OG North Dakota State NCC
7 214 Detroit Lions Luke Staley  RB BYU MWC
7 215 Buffalo Bills Mike Pucillo  C Auburn SEC
7 216 San Diego Chargers Seth Burford  QB Cal Poly Ind. (I-AA)
7 217 Atlanta Falcons Coleman, MichaelMichael Coleman  WR Widener Middle Atlantic
7 218 Minnesota Vikings Chad Beasley  OT Virginia Tech Big East
7 219 Cincinnati Bengals Evans, JoeyJoey Evans  DE North Carolina ACC
7 220 Indianapolis Colts Josh Mallard  DE Georgia SEC
7 221 Kansas City Chiefs Rodriguez, MauriceMaurice Rodriguez  LB Fresno State WAC
7 222 Jacksonville Jaguars Kendall Newson  WR Middle Tennessee Sun Belt
7 223 Arizona Cardinals Mike Banks  TE Iowa State Big 12
7 224 New Orleans Saints Monroe, DerriusDerrius Monroe  DE Virginia Tech Big East
7 225 Tennessee Titans Darrell Hill  WR Northern Illinois MAC
7 226 New York Giants Daryl Jones  WR Miami (FL) Big East
7 227 Cleveland Browns Joaquin Gonzalez  OT Miami (FL) Big East
7 228 Denver Broncos Chris Young  S Georgia Tech ACC
229 Houston Texans Greg "Stylez G." White  DE Minnesota Big Ten
7 230 Washington Redskins Jeff Grau  C UCLA Pac-10
7 231 Denver Broncos Monsanto Pope  DT Virginia ACC
7 232 Seattle Seahawks Jeff Kelly  QB Southern Miss C-USA
7 233 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tim Wansley  CB Georgia SEC
7 234 Washington Redskins Greg Scott  DE Hampton MEAC
7 235 Oakland Raiders Ronald Curry  QB North Carolina ACC
7 236 Baltimore Ravens Pate, WesWes Pate  QB Stephen F. Austin Southland
7 237 New England Patriots Antwoine Womack  RB Virginia ACC
7 238 Philadelphia Eagles Raheem Brock  DE Temple Big East
7 239 San Francisco 49ers Eric Heitmann  C Stanford Pac-10
7 240 Tennessee Titans Carlos Hall  DE Arkansas SEC
7 241 Miami Dolphins Leonard Henry  RB East Carolina C-USA
7 242 Pittsburgh Steelers Brett Keisel  DE BYU MWC
7 243 St. Louis Rams Chris Massey  FB Marshall MAC
7 244 Atlanta Falcons Kevin Shaffer  OT Tulsa WAC
7* 245 New York Giants Quincy Monk  LB North Carolina ACC
7* 246 Jacksonville Jaguars Steve Smith  CB Oregon Pac-10
7* 247 Jacksonville Jaguars Hayden Epstein  K Michigan Big Ten
7* 248 San Francisco 49ers Kyle Kosier  OT Arizona State Pac-10
7* 249 Buffalo Bills Rodney Wright  WR Fresno State WAC
7* 250 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wistrom, TraceyTracey Wistrom  TE Nebraska Big 12
7* 251 Buffalo Bills Ferguson, JarrettJarrett Ferguson  RB Virginia Tech Big East
7* 252 Detroit Lions Matt Murphy  TE Maryland ACC
7* 253 New England Patriots David Givens  WR Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
7* 254 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Aaron Lockett  WR Kansas State Big 12
7* 255 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quaccia, ZackZack Quaccia  C Stanford Pac-10
7* 256 San Francisco 49ers Gaines, TeddyTeddy Gaines  CB Tennessee SEC
7* 257 Washington Redskins Rock Cartwright  RB Kansas State Big 12
7^ 258 Carolina Panthers Franklin, BradBrad Franklin  CB Louisiana–Lafayette Sun Belt
7^ 259 Detroit Lions Rogers, VictorVictor Rogers  OT Colorado Big 12
7^ 260 Buffalo Bills Dominique Stevenson  LB Tennessee SEC
261 Houston Texans Ahmad Miller  DT UNLV MWC


In the explanations below, (D) denotes trades that took place during the draft, while (PD) indicates trades completed pre-draft.

Round one
  1. ^ #6: Dallas → Kansas City (D). Dallas traded this choice to Kansas City for Kansas City's first- (#8), third- (#75) and 2003 sixth-round (#186) draft choices.[source 1]
  2. ^ #8: Kansas City → Dallas (D). see #6: Dallas → Kansas City[source 1]
  3. ^ #14: Tennessee → New York Giants (D). Tennessee traded this selection to the New York Giants for New Yorks's first- (#15) and fourth-round (#110) draft choices.[source 2]
  4. ^ #15: New York Giants → Tennessee (D). see #14: Tennessee → New York Giants[source 2]
  5. ^ #17: Atlanta → Oakland (D). Atlanta traded this selection to the Oakland for Oakland's first- (#18) and fifth-round (#158) draft choices.[source 2]
  6. ^ #18: multiple trades:
    #18: Washington → Oakland (D). Oakland and Washington swapped first round picks, Oakland also traded their third-round pick to Washington.
    #18: Oakland → Atlanta (D). see #17: Atlanta → Oakland[source 2]
  7. ^ No. 20: Seattle → Green Bay (D). Seattle traded its first- and fifth- round selections (20th and 156th) to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay's first- and second-round selections (28th and 60th)
  8. ^ #21: multiple trades:
            #21: Tampa Bay → Oakland (PD). Tampa Bay traded its first- and second-round selections (21st and 53rd) and first-round selection (31st) in 2003 and second-round selection (45th) in 2004 to Oakland as compensation for signing Raiders' head coach Jon Gruden.
            #21: Oakland → Washington (D). see #18: Washington → Oakland[source 2]
            #21: Washington → New England (D) Washington traded this first-round selection to New England in exchange for New England's first-, third- and seventh-round selections (32nd, 96th and 234th).
  9. ^ No. 25: Miami → New Orleans (PD). Miami traded its first- and fourth- round selections (25th and 125th) and first-round selection (18th) in 2003 to New Orleans in exchange for RB Ricky Williams and New Orleans' fourth-round selection (114th).
  10. ^ No. 28: Green Bay → Seattle (D). see No. 20: Seattle → Green Bay.
  11. ^ No. 32: New England → Washington (D). see No. 21: Washington → New England.

Round two

  1. ^ No. 48: Atlanta → San Diego (PD). Atlanta traded its second-round selection (48th) and first- and third-round selections (5th and 67th) in 2001 to San Diego in exchange for San Diego's first-round selection (1st) in 2001
  2. ^ No. 52: Washington → Baltimore (D). Washington traded its second- and third-round selections (52nd and 96th) to Baltimore in exchange for Baltimore's second-, third- and fifth round selections (56th, 87th and 159th)
  3. ^ No. 53: Tampa Bay → Oakland (PD). see No. 21: Tampa Bay → Oakland.
  4. ^ No. 56: Baltimore → Washington (D). see No. 52: Washington → Baltimore.
  5. ^ No. 59: Miami → Philadelphia (D). Miami traded its second-round selection (59th) to Philadelphia in exchange for Philadelphia's third- and sixth round selections (88th and 187th)
  6. ^ No. 60: Green Bay → Seattle (D). see No. 20: Seattle → Green Bay.
  7. ^ No. 61: San Francisco → Buffalo (D). San Francisco traded its second-round selection (61st) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo's third- and fourth round selections (69th and 102nd)
  8. ^ No. 63: Chicago → Dallas (D). Chicago traded its second- and fourth-round selections (63rd and 129th) to Dallas in exchange for Dallas' third-, fourth- and fifth-round selections (72nd, 104th and 140th)

Round three

  1. ^ No. 67: Carolina → Cincinnati (D). Carolina traded its third-round selection (67th) to Cincinnati in exchange for Cincinnati's third- and fifth-round selections (73rd and 145th)
  2. ^ No. 69: Buffalo → San Francisco (D). see No. 61: San Francisco → Buffalo.
  3. ^ No. 72: Dallas → Chicago (D). see No. 63: Chicago → Dallas.
  4. ^ No. 73: Carolina → Cincinnati (D). Carolina traded its third-round selection (73rd) to Cincinnati in exchange for Cincinnati's third- and fifth-round selections (73r and 145th)
  5. ^ #75: Kansas City → Dallas (D). see #6: Dallas → Kansas City[source 1]
  6. ^ No. 76: Jacksonville → Cleveland (D). Jacksonville traded its third-round selection (76th) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's third-round selection (79th) and LB Wali Rainer
  7. ^ No. 79: multiple trades:
            No. 79: Cleveland → Jacksonville (D).see No. 76: Jacksonville → Cleveland.
            No. 79: Jacksonville → Washington (D). Jacksonville traded this third-round selection (79th) to Washington in exchange for Washington's third- and fourth-round selections (89th and 118th).
  8. ^ No. 84: multiple trades:
            No. 84: Washington → Kansas City (PD). Kansas City received Washington's third-round selection (84th) and third-round selection (77th) in 2001 as compensation for Washington hiring former Chiefs' head coach Marty Schottenheimer.
            No. 84: Kansas City → St. Louis (D). St. Louis received this third-round selection and Kansas City's second-round selection (42nd) in 2001 as compensation for Kansas City hiring former Rams' head coach Dick Vermeil.
  9. ^ No. 87: Baltimore → Washington (D). see No. 52: Washington → Baltimore.
  10. ^ No. 89: multiple trades: No. 89: Oakland → Washington (D). see #18: Washington → Oakland[source 2]
            No. 89: Washington → Jacksonville (D) see No. 79: Jacksonville → Washington.
  11. ^ No. 96: multiple trades:
            No. 96: New England → Washington (D). see No. 32: New England → Washington.
            No. 96: Washington → Baltimore (D) see No. 52: Washington → Baltimore.
            No. 96: Baltimore → Denver (D) Baltimore traded this third-round selection to Denver in exchange for Denver's fourth- and fifth-round selections (112th and 155th).

Round four

  1. ^ No. 101: Detroit → Denver (PD). Detroit traded its fourth-round selection (101st) to Cleveland in exchange QB Ty Detmer.
  2. ^ No. 102: Buffalo → San Francisco (D). see No. 61: San Francisco → Buffalo.
  3. ^ No. 104: Dallas → Chicago (D). see No. 63: Chicago → Dallas.
  4. ^ #110: New York Giants → Tennessee (D). see #14: Tennessee → New York Giants[source 2]
  5. ^ No. 112: multiple trades:
            No. 112: Atlanta → Denver (PD). Atlanta traded its fourth-round selection (112th) to Denver in exchange for Denver's three seventh-round selections (215th, 219th and 226th) in 2001.
            No. 112: Denver → Baltimore (D) see No. 96: Baltimore → Denver.
  6. ^ No. 114: New Orleans → Miami (PD). see No. 25: Miami → New Orleans.
  7. ^ No. 116: Houston → Atlanta (D). Houston traded its fourth-round selection (116th) to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta's third-round selection (88th) in 2003.
  8. ^ No. 117: Denver → New England (D). Denver traded its fourth-round selection (117th) to New England in exchange for New England's third- and fourth-round selections (131st and 144th).
  9. ^ No. 118: Washington → Jacksonville (D). see No. 52: Jacksonville → Washington.
  10. ^ No. 122: Oakland → Cleveland (D). Oakland traded its fourth-round selection (122nd) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's fourth- and fifth-round selections (147th and 189th).
  11. ^ No. 125: Miami → New Orleans (PD). see No. 25: Miami → New Orleans.
  12. ^ No. 126: Green Bay → New England (D). Green Bay traded its fourth-round selection (126th) to New England in exchange for WR Terry Glenn.
  13. ^ No. 129: Chicago → Dallas (D). see No. 63: Chicago → Dallas.
  14. ^ No. 131: New England → Denver (D). see No. 117: Denver → New England.
  15. ^ No. 140: Dallas → Chicago (D). see No. 63: Chicago → Dallas.

Round five

  1. ^ No. 141: Minnesota → Cleveland (PD). Minnesota traded its fifth-round selection (141st) and fifth-round selection (142nd) in 2003 and G Everett Lindsay to Cleveland in exchange for QB Spergon Wynn and RB Travis Prentice.
  2. ^ No. 144: multiple trades:
            No. 144: Jacksonville → New England (PD). Jacksonville traded its fifth-round selection (144th) to New England in exchange for New England's sixth-round selection (170th) in 2001.
            No. 144: New England → Denver (D) see No. 117: Denver → New England.
  3. ^ No. 145: Cincinnati → Carolina (D). see No. 63: Carolina → Cincinnati.
  4. ^ No. 146: Indianapolis → Seattle (PD). Indianapolis traded its fifth-round selection (146th) to Seattle in exchange for QB Brock Huard.
  5. ^ No. 147: Cleveland → Oakland (D). see No. 122: Oakland → Cleveland.
  6. ^ No. 154: Washington → NY Jets (PD). Washington traded its fifth-round selection (154th) to N.Y. Jets in exchange for G David Loverne and the Jets' fifth-round selection (160th).
  7. ^ No. 112: Denver → Baltimore (D) see No. 96: Baltimore → Denver.
  8. ^ No. 156: Green Bay → Seattle (D). see No. 20: Seattle → Green Bay.
  9. ^ #158: Oakland → Atlanta (D). see #17: Atlanta → Oakland[source 2]
  10. ^ No. 159: Baltimore → Washington (D). see No. 52: Washington → Baltimore.
  11. ^ No. 160: N.Y. Jets → Washington (D). see No. 154: Washington → N.Y. Jets.
  12. ^ No. 168: New England → Dallas (D). New England traded its fifth-round selection (168th) to Dallas in exchange for Dallas' seventh-round selection (237th) and fifth-round selection (168th) in 2003.

Round six

  1. ^ No. 183: multiple trades:
            No. 183: Kansas City → St. Louis (PD). Kansas City traded its sixth-round selection (183rd) to St. Louis in exchange for RB James Lewis.
            No. 183: St. Louis → Indianapolis (PD) St. Louis traded this sixth-round selection (183rd) to Indianapolis in exchange for WR Terrence Wilkins.
  2. ^ No. 189: Cleveland → Oakland (D). see No. 122: Oakland → Cleveland.
  3. ^ No. 196: NY Jets → New Orleans (PD). NY Jets traded CB Earthwind Moreland and its sixth-round selection (196th) to New Orleans in exchange for RB Chad Morton.
  4. ^ No. 199: Miami → Chicago (PD). Miami traded its sixth-round selection (199th) and sixth-round selection (191st) in 2003 to Chicago in exchange for QB Cade McNown and Chicago's seventh-round selection (241st).
  5. ^ No. 204: St. Louis → Indianapolis (PD). St. Louis traded its sixth-round selection (204th) to Indianapolis in exchange for P John Baker.
  6. ^ No. 205: New England → St. Louis (PD). New England traded its sixth-round selection (205th) to St. Louis in exchange for WR Dane Looker.

Round seven

  1. ^ No. 212: Houston → Pittsburgh (PD). Pittsburgh received Houston's seventh-round selection (212th) as compensation for Houston signing Steelers' restrictive free agent K Kris Brown
  2. ^ No. 217: Dallas → Atlanta (PD). Dallas traded its seventh-round selection (217th) to Atlanta in exchange for TE OJ Santiago.
  3. ^ No. 228: Atlanta → Denver (PD). Atlanta traded its seventh-round selection (228th) to Denver in exchange for LB Henri Crockett.
  4. ^ No. 234: multiple trades:
            No. 234: N.Y. Jets → New England (PD). New England traded its first-round selection (16th) in 2000 and fourth- and seventh-round selections (101st and 206th) in 2001 but received back from the Jets their fifth-round selection (149th) in 2001 and this seventh-round selection (234th).
            No. 234: New England → Washington (PD) see No. 32: New England → Washington.
  5. ^ No. 237: multiple trades:
            No. 237: Miami → Dallas (PD). Miami traded its seventh-round selection (237th) to Dallas in exchange for WR Jeff Ogden.
            No. 237: Dallas → New England (PD) see No. 140: New England → Dallas.
  6. ^ No. 241: Chicago → Miami (PD). see No. 199: Miami → Chicago.

Supplemental draft selections

For each player selected in the Supplemental Draft, the team forfeits its pick in that round in the draft of the following season.

Rnd. Pick No. NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
6 Houston Texans Milford Brown  OG Florida State ACC

Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler[6]
Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Arizona Cardinals Damien Anderson  RB Northwestern Big Ten
Arizona Cardinals Quentin Harris  CB Syracuse Big East
Arizona Cardinals Eric Joyce  CB Tennessee State OVC
Arizona Cardinals Jake Soliday  WR Northern Iowa Gateway
Arizona Cardinals Tony Wragge  OG New Mexico State Sun Belt
Atlanta Falcons Matt Allen  P Troy State Ind. (I-AA)
Baltimore Ravens Shawn Byrdsong  CB Mississippi State SEC
Baltimore Ravens Will Demps  FS San Diego State MWC
Baltimore Ravens Louis Green  LB Alcorn State SWAC
Baltimore Ravens Randy Hymes  WR Grambling State SWAC
Baltimore Ravens Ma'ake Kemoeatu  DT Utah MWC
Baltimore Ravens Bart Scott  LB Southern Illinois Gateway
Buffalo Bills Ahmad D. Brooks  CB Texas Big 12
Buffalo Bills Daryon Brutley  CB Northern Iowa Gateway
Buffalo Bills Clarence Coleman  WR Ferris State GLIAC
Buffalo Bills Grant Irons  DE Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
Carolina Panthers Kemp Rasmussen  DE Indiana Big Ten
Chicago Bears Travis Coleman  CB Hampton MEAC
Chicago Bears Rashied Davis  WR San Jose State WAC
Chicago Bears Maurice Hicks  RB North Carolina A&T MEAC
Chicago Bears Eric McCoo  RB Penn State Big Ten
Chicago Bears Edell Shepherd  WR San Jose State WAC
Cincinnati Bengals Ray Jackson  RB Cincinnati C-USA
Cleveland Browns Frisman Jackson  WR Western Illinois Gateway
Cleveland Browns Qasim Mitchell  OG North Carolina A&T MEAC
Cleveland Browns Chad Mustard  TE North Dakota NCC
Cleveland Browns Kalvin Pearson  S Grambling State SWAC
Dallas Cowboys Khary Campbell  LB Bowling Green MAC
Dallas Cowboys Billy Cundiff  K Drake Pioneer
Dallas Cowboys Woodrow Dantzler  RB Clemson ACC
Dallas Cowboys Keith Davis  S Sam Houston State Southland
Dallas Cowboys Filip Filipović  P South Dakota NCC
Dallas Cowboys Chad Hutchinson  QB Stanford Pac-10
Denver Broncos Charlie Adams  WR Hofstra A-10
Denver Broncos Jashon Sykes  LB Colorado Big 12
Denver Broncos Lenny Walls  CB Boston College Big East
Detroit Lions Eddie Drummond  WR Penn State Big Ten
Detroit Lions Antwan Lake  DE West Virginia Big East
Detroit Lions James Mungro  RB Syracuse Big East
Detroit Lions Josh Thornhill  LB Michigan State Big Ten
Green Bay Packers Kevin Barry  OT Arizona Pac-10
Green Bay Packers Tony Fisher  RB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
Green Bay Packers Erwin Swiney  CB Nebraska Big 12
Green Bay Packers Marcus Wilkins  LB Texas Big 12
Houston Texans Atnaf Harris  WR Cal State Northridge Ind. (I-AA)
Houston Texans Rashod Kent  TE Rutgers Big East
Houston Texans Jimmy McClain  LB Troy State Ind. (I-AA)
Houston Texans Eric Parker  WR Tennessee SEC
Houston Texans Ed Stansbury  RB UCLA Pac-10
Indianapolis Colts John Stone  WR Wake Forest ACC
Indianapolis Colts Kurt Vollers  OT Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
Indianapolis Colts Ricky Williams  RB Texas Tech Big 12
Jacksonville Jaguars Bruce Branch  CB Penn State Big Ten
Jacksonville Jaguars Quinn Gray  QB Florida A&M MEAC
Kansas City Chiefs Dwayne Blakley  TE Missouri Big 12
Kansas City Chiefs Jarmar Julien  RB San Jose State WAC
Miami Dolphins James Atkins  DT Virginia Union CIAA
Miami Dolphins Greg Jerman  OT Baylor Big 12
Miami Dolphins Bobby Sippio  WR Western Kentucky Gateway
Minnesota Vikings Jack Brewer  S Minnesota Big Ten
Minnesota Vikings Kelly Campbell  WR Georgia Tech ACC
Minnesota Vikings Nick Davis  WR Wisconsin Big Ten
Minnesota Vikings Shaun Hill  QB Maryland ACC
New Orleans Saints P. J. Alexander  C Syracuse Big East
New Orleans Saints Jeff Reed  K North Carolina ACC
New York Giants Darian Barnes  FB Hampton MEAC
New York Giants Matt Bryant  K Baylor Big 12
New York Giants Ryan Clark  S LSU SEC
New York Giants Matt Mitrione  DT Purdue Big Ten
New York Giants Charles Stackhouse  FB Ole Miss SEC
New York Jets Danny Boyd  K LSU SEC
New York Jets Andrew Davison  CB Kansas Big 12
New York Jets Marcus Floyd  CB Indiana Big Ten
New York Jets Brandon Moore  OG Illinois Big Ten
Philadelphia Eagles Steve Edwards  OG UCF Ind. (I-A)
Philadelphia Eagles Justin Ena  LB BYU MWC
Philadelphia Eagles Artis Hicks  OG Memphis C-USA
Philadelphia Eagles Corey McIntyre  FB West Virginia Big East
Philadelphia Eagles Jason McKie  FB Temple Big East
Pittsburgh Steelers James Harrison  LB Kent State MAC
San Diego Chargers Jason Ball  C New Hampshire A-10
San Diego Chargers Jesse Chatman  RB Eastern Washington Big Sky
San Diego Chargers Vernon Fox  S Fresno State WAC
San Diego Chargers Josh Norman  TE Oklahoma Big 12
San Francisco 49ers Antonio Chatman  WR Cincinnati C-USA
San Francisco 49ers Nate Jackson  TE Menlo Ind. (Div. III)
San Francisco 49ers Michael Jennings  WR Florida State ACC
Seattle Seahawks D. D. Lewis  LB Texas Big 12
St. Louis Rams Andy King  OG Illinois State Gateway
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ryan Nece  LB UCLA Pac-10
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Corey Smith  LB NC State ACC
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Justin Smith  LB Indiana Big Ten
Tennessee Titans Kevin Aldridge  DE SMU WAC
Tennessee Titans Brad Kassell  LB North Texas Sun Belt
Tennessee Titans John Simon  RB Louisiana Tech WAC
Washington Redskins Bernard Jackson  DE Tennessee SEC
Washington Redskins Ricot Joseph  S UCF Ind. (I-A)

Hall of Famers

Inducted: Professional Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019.



General references
Trade references
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Specific references
  1. ^ "NFL Draft: Overview". ESPN. April 11, 2011. Retrieved April 15, 2011.
  2. ^ "Facts and figures on 2002 NFL Draft". NFL.com. Archived from the original on June 19, 2004. Retrieved January 8, 2007.
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  6. ^ a b Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.
  7. ^ Players are identified as a Hall of Famer if they have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
  8. ^ "2001 Heisman Trophy winner". Archived from the original on December 2, 2009. Retrieved October 11, 2008.