Josh Bullocks was the number forty 40 pick of the 2005 NFL Draft. Josh Bullocks went to the New Orleans Saints as a safety. Round one 2 pick 8. Fortieth pick.
Josh Bullocks went to Nebraska.
This is what Nebraska said about him:
He posted 63 tackles (43 solos) with a pair of interceptions and seven pass breakups in his final season with the Huskers. For his career, Bullocks started 28 of 36 games. He was responsible for 160 tackles (92 solos), a fumble recovery, a forced fumble, eight quarterback pressures and 17 pass deflections. He intercepted 13 passes for 211 yards in returns. Only Dana Stephenson (14, 1967-69) had more interceptions in a career at Nebraska.
Brandon Jones was the number ninety six 96 pick of the 2005 NFL Draft. Brandon Jones went to the Tennessee Titans as a wide receiver. Round one 3 pick 32. Ninety sixth pick.
Brandon Jones went to the University of Oklahoma.
This is what the University of Oklahoma said about him:
He started eight games and ranked third on the team with 27 catches for 345 yards (12.8 average) and three touchdowns. Jones also made five tackles and returned a kickoff 18 yards in special teams action
Chris Colmer was the number ninety first 91 pick of the 2005 NFL Draft. Chris Colmer went to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a offensive tackle. Round one 3 pick 27. Ninety first pick.
Chris Colmer went to North Carolina State.
This is what North Carolina State said about him:
He returned to the starting lineup in 2004, coming up with 59 knockdowns while participating in 649 plays. For his career, Colmer appeared in 47 contests, collecting 288 knockdown blocks in 2,937 plays.