1994 NFL Draft

The 1994 NFL draft was the procedure by which National Football League teams selected amateur college football players. It is officially known as the NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting. The draft was held April 24–25, 1994, at the Marriot Marquis in New York City, New York.[1][2] The league also held a supplemental draft after the regular draft and before the regular season. This was the first draft in which the rounds were reduced to seven in total.

The highlight of ESPN's coverage of this draft was a verbal altercation between ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper, Jr. and Indianapolis Colts' GM Bill Tobin. While disputing the Colts pick of linebacker Trev Alberts of Nebraska (when Kiper felt a quarterback such as Trent Dilfer made more sense), Tobin famously said to the ESPN crew "Who in the hell is Mel Kiper, anyway? I mean, here's a guy who criticizes everybody, whoever they take. In my knowledge of him, he's never even put on a jockstrap, he's never been a player, he's never been a coach, he's never been a scout, he's never been an administrator, and all of a sudden, he's an expert. Mel Kiper has no more credentials to do what he's doing than my neighbor, and my neighbor's a postman and he doesn't even have season tickets to the NFL."[3] Alberts is considered a draft bust with just four sacks in three seasons; Dilfer, although never a star, had a productive career, including game-managing the Baltimore Ravens to a win in Super Bowl XXXV several years after being drafted.

This was also the final draft for both Los Angeles football teams for over two decades; by the 1995 draft, the Raiders had returned to Oakland and the Rams began a 21-year tenancy in St. Louis.

1994 NFL Draft
1994 NFL draft logo
General information
Date(s)April 24–25, 1994
LocationMarriott Marquis
in New York City, NY
Network(s)ESPN
Overview
222 total selections in 7 rounds
LeagueNFL
First selectionDan Wilkinson, DT
Cincinnati Bengals
Mr. IrrelevantMarty Moore, LB
New England Patriots
Most selections (11)Buffalo Bills
Fewest selections (5)Denver Broncos
Seattle Seahawks
Hall of Famers

Player selections

* = compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler[4]
= Hall of Famer[5]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick 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 TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver        
Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Cincinnati Bengals Dan Wilkinson  DT Ohio State Big Ten
1 2 Indianapolis Colts Marshall Faulkdouble-dagger RB San Diego State WAC
1 3 Washington Redskins Heath Shuler  QB Tennessee SEC
1 4 New England Patriots Willie McGinest  LB USC Pac-10
1 5 Indianapolis Colts Trev Alberts  LB Nebraska Big Eight
1 6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Trent Dilfer  QB Fresno State WAC
1 7 San Francisco 49ers Bryant Young  DT Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
1 8 Seattle Seahawks Sam Adams  DT Texas A&M SWC
1 9 Cleveland Browns Antonio Langham  CB Alabama SEC
1 10 Arizona Cardinals Jamir Miller  LB UCLA Pac-10
1 11 Chicago Bears John Thierry  DE Alcorn State SWAC
1 12 New York Jets Aaron Glenn  CB Texas A&M SWC
1 13 New Orleans Saints Joe Johnson  DE Louisville Ind. (I-A)
1 14 Philadelphia Eagles Bernard Williams  T Georgia SEC
1 15 Los Angeles Rams Wayne Gandy  T Auburn SEC
1 16 Green Bay Packers Aaron Taylor  T Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
1 17 Pittsburgh Steelers Charles Johnson  WR Colorado Big Eight
1 18 Minnesota Vikings Dewayne Washington  CB NC State ACC
1 19 Minnesota Vikings Todd Steussie  T California Pac-10
1 20 Miami Dolphins Tim Bowens  DT Ole Miss SEC
1 21 Detroit Lions Johnnie Morton  WR USC Pac-10
1 22 Los Angeles Raiders Rob Fredrickson  LB Michigan State Big Ten
1 23 Dallas Cowboys Shante Carver  DE Arizona State Pac-10
1 24 New York Giants Thomas Lewis  WR Indiana Big Ten
1 25 Kansas City Chiefs Greg Hill  RB Texas A&M SWC
1 26 Houston Oilers Henry Ford  DE Arkansas SEC
1 27 Buffalo Bills Jeff Burris  CB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
1 28 San Francisco 49ers William Floyd  FB Florida State ACC
1* 29 Cleveland Browns Derrick Alexander  WR Michigan Big Ten
2 30 Cincinnati Bengals Darnay Scott  WR San Diego State WAC
2 31 Washington Redskins Tre' Johnson  T Temple Big East
2 32 Indianapolis Colts Eric Mahlum  G California Pac-10
2 33 Los Angeles Rams Isaac Bruce  WR Memphis Ind. (I-A)
2 34 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Errict Rhett  RB Florida SEC
2 35 New England Patriots Kevin Lee  WR Alabama SEC
2 36 Seattle Seahawks Kevin Mawaedouble-dagger C LSU SEC
2 37 Philadelphia Eagles Bruce Walker  DT UCLA Pac-10
2 38 Arizona Cardinals Chuck Levy  RB Arizona Pac-10
2 39 Chicago Bears Marcus Spears  T Northwestern State-Louisiana Southland
2 40 Minnesota Vikings David Palmer  WR Alabama SEC
2 41 New York Jets Ryan Yarborough  WR Wyoming WAC
2 42 Philadelphia Eagles Charlie Garner  RB Tennessee SEC
2 43 San Diego Chargers Isaac Davis  G Arkansas SEC
2 44 New Orleans Saints Mario Bates  RB Arizona State Pac-10
2* 45 Atlanta Falcons Bert Emanuel  WR Rice SWC
2* 46 Dallas Cowboys Larry Allendouble-dagger G Sonoma State NCAC
2* 47 New York Giants Thomas Randolph  CB Kansas State Big Eight
2* 48 Buffalo Bills Bucky Brooks  WR North Carolina ACC
2* 49 Los Angeles Rams Toby Wright  S Nebraska Big Eight
2 50 Pittsburgh Steelers Brentson Buckner  DE Clemson ACC
2 51 Denver Broncos Allen Aldridge  LB Houston SWC
2 52 Los Angeles Raiders James Folston  LB Louisiana–Monroe Southland
2 53 San Francisco 49ers Kevin Mitchell  LB Syracuse Big East
2 54 Miami Dolphins Aubrey Beavers  LB Oklahoma Big Eight
2 55 Minnesota Vikings Fernando Smith  DE Jackson State SWAC
2 56 Los Angeles Rams Brad Ottis  DE Wayne State Ind. (Div. II)
2 57 Detroit Lions Van Malone  CB Texas SWC
2 58 Kansas City Chiefs Donnell Bennett  FB Miami (FL) Big East
2 59 New York Giants Jason Sehorn  CB USC Pac-10
2 60 Houston Oilers Jeremy Nunley  DE Alabama SEC
2 61 Buffalo Bills Lonnie Johnson  TE Florida State ACC
2 62 San Francisco 49ers Tyronne Drakeford  FS Virginia Tech Big East
2* 63 San Diego Chargers Vaughn Parker  G UCLA Pac-10
2* 64 Buffalo Bills Sam Rogers  LB Colorado Big Eight
2* 65 Miami Dolphins Tim Ruddy  G Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
3 66 Cincinnati Bengals Jeff Cothran  FB Ohio State Big Ten
3 67 Indianapolis Colts Jason Mathews  T Texas A&M SWC
3 68 Washington Redskins Tydus Winans  WR Fresno State WAC
3 69 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Harold Bishop  TE LSU SEC
3 70 San Diego Chargers Andre Coleman  WR Kansas State Big Eight
3 71 Los Angeles Rams Keith Lyle  S Virginia ACC
3 72 Atlanta Falcons Anthony Phillips  CB Texas A&M–Kingsville Lone Star
3 73 Seattle Seahawks Lamar Smith  RB Houston SWC
3 74 Chicago Bears Jim Flanigan  DT Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
3 75 Cleveland Browns Romeo Bandison  DT Oregon Pac-10
3 76 Arizona Cardinals Rich Braham  G West Virginia Big East
3 77 Philadelphia Eagles Joe Panos  G Wisconsin Big Ten
3 78 New England Patriots Ervin Collier  DT Florida A&M MEAC
3 79 New Orleans Saints Winfred Tubbs  LB Texas SWC
3 80 Los Angeles Raiders Calvin Jones  RB Nebraska Big Eight
3* 81 Buffalo Bills Marlo Perry  LB Jackson State SWAC
3* 82 San Diego Chargers Willie Clark  CB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
3* 83 Los Angeles Rams James Bostic  RB Auburn SEC
3* 84 Green Bay Packers LeShon Johnson  RB NIU Big West
3* 85 San Francisco 49ers Doug Brien  K California Pac-10
3* 86 Cincinnati Bengals Steve Shine  LB Northwestern Big Ten
3 87 San Francisco 49ers Cory Fleming  WR Tennessee SEC
3 88 Pittsburgh Steelers Jason Gildon  LB Oklahoma State Big Eight
3 89 Arizona Cardinals Eric England  DE Texas A&M SWC
3 90 New England Patriots Joe Burch  C Texas Southern SWAC
3 91 Pittsburgh Steelers Bam Morris  RB Texas Tech SWC
3 92 Kansas City Chiefs Lake Dawson  WR Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
3 93 Detroit Lions Shane Bonham  DT Tennessee SEC
3 94 New York Jets Lou Benfatti  DT Penn State Big Ten
3 95 New York Giants Gary Downs  RB NC State ACC
3 96 Kansas City Chiefs Chris Penn  WR Tulsa Ind. (I-A)
3 97 Washington Redskins Joe Patton  G Alabama A&M SIAC
3 98 Buffalo Bills Corey Louchiey  T South Carolina SEC
3 99 Atlanta Falcons Alai Kalaniuvalu  G Oregon State Pac-10
3* 100 Los Angeles Rams Ernest Jones  LB Oregon Pac-10
3* 101 Houston Oilers Malcolm Floyd  WR Fresno State WAC
3* 102 Dallas Cowboys George Hegamin  T NC State ACC
3* 103 Philadelphia Eagles Eric Zomalt  S California Pac-10
4 104 Cincinnati Bengals Corey Sawyer  CB Florida State ACC
4 105 Washington Redskins Kurt Haws  TE Utah WAC
4 106 Indianapolis Colts Bradford Banta  TE USC Pac-10
4 107 Arizona Cardinals Perry Carter  CB Southern Mississippi Ind.
4 108 Los Angeles Rams Chris Brantley  WR Rutgers Big East
4 109 Dallas Cowboys Willie Jackson  WR Florida SEC
4 110 Seattle Seahawks Larry Whigham  S Louisiana-Monroe Southland
4 111 Atlanta Falcons Perry Klein  QB C.W. Post Ind. (Div. II)
4 112 Miami Dolphins Ronnie Woolfork  LB Colorado Big Eight
4 113 Arizona Cardinals John Reece  CB Nebraska Big Eight
4 114 Chicago Bears Raymont Harris  FB Ohio State Big Ten
4 115 Arizona Cardinals Terry Irving  LB McNeese State Southland
4 116 New Orleans Saints Doug Nussmeier  QB Idaho Big Sky
4 117 New York Jets Orlando Parker  WR Troy State Ind. (I-AA)
4 118 Atlanta Falcons Mitch Davis  LB Georgia SEC
4 119 Houston Oilers Mike Davis  CB Cincinnati Ind.
4 120 Los Angeles Raiders Austin Robbins  DE North Carolina ACC
4 121 New England Patriots John Burke  TE Virginia Tech Big East
4 122 Pittsburgh Steelers Ta'ase Faumui  DE Hawaii WAC
4 123 Denver Broncos Randy Fuller  CB Tennessee State OVC
4 124 Detroit Lions Vaughn Bryant  DB Stanford Pac-10
4 125 Minnesota Vikings Mike Wells  DT Iowa Big Ten
4 126 Green Bay Packers Gabe Wilkins  DT Gardner–Webb SAC
4 127 Kansas City Chiefs Bracy Walker  S North Carolina ACC
4 128 New York Giants Chris Maumalanga  DT Kansas Big Eight
4 129 Houston Oilers Sean Jackson  RB Florida State ACC
4 130 Buffalo Bills Sean Crocker  DB North Carolina ACC
4 131 Dallas Cowboys DeWayne Dotson  LB Ole Miss SEC
5 132 Cincinnati Bengals Trent Pollard  T Eastern Washington Big Sky
5 133 Indianapolis Colts John Covington  S Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
5 134 Minnesota Vikings Shelly Hammonds  DB Penn State Big Ten
5 135 New England Patriots Pat O'Neill  P Syracuse Big East
5 136 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pete Pierson  T Washington Pac-10
5 137 San Diego Chargers Aaron Laing  TE New Mexico State Big West
5 138 Atlanta Falcons Harrison Houston  WR Florida SEC
5 139 Arizona Cardinals Anthony Redmon  G Auburn SEC
5 140 Pittsburgh Steelers Myron Bell  S Michigan State Big Ten
5 141 Cleveland Browns Issac Booth  CB California Pac-10
5 142 New Orleans Saints Herman Carroll  DE Mississippi State SEC
5 143 New Orleans Saints Craig Novitsky  G UCLA Pac-10
5 144 Philadelphia Eagles Marvin Goodwin  DB UCLA Pac-10
5 145 San Diego Chargers Rodney Harrison  S Western Illinois Gateway
5 146 Green Bay Packers Terry Mickens  WR Florida A&M MEAC
5 147 Miami Dolphins William Gaines  DT Florida SEC
5 148 Pittsburgh Steelers Gary Brown  T Georgia Tech ACC
5 149 Green Bay Packers Dorsey Levens  RB Georgia Tech ACC
5 150 San Diego Chargers Darren Krein  DE Miami (FL) Big East
5 151 Kansas City Chiefs James Burton  CB Fresno State WAC
5 152 New York Jets Horace Morris  LB Tennessee SEC
5 153 San Francisco 49ers Anthony Peterson  LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
5 154 Detroit Lions Tony Semple  G Memphis Ind. (I-A)
5 155 New York Giants Chad Bratzke  DE Eastern Kentucky OVC
5 156 Kansas City Chiefs Rob Waldrop  DT Arizona Pac-10
5 157 Houston Oilers Roderick Lewis  TE Arizona Pac-10
5 158 Buffalo Bills A.J. Ofodile  TE Missouri Big Eight
5 159 Los Angeles Raiders Roosevelt Patterson  G Alabama SEC
5* 160 San Diego Chargers Tony Vinson  RB Towson Ind. (FCS)
5* 161 Houston Oilers Jim Reid  T Virginia ACC
6 162 Cincinnati Bengals Kimo von Oelhoffen  DT Boise State Big Sky
6 163 Washington Redskins Dexter Nottage  DE Florida A&M MEAC
6 164 Indianapolis Colts Lamont Warren  RB Colorado Big Eight
6 165 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bernard Carter  LB East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
6 166 New England Patriots Steve Hawkins  WR Western Michigan MAC
6 167 Los Angeles Rams Rickey Brady  TE Oklahoma Big Eight
6 168 New England Patriots Max Lane  T Navy Ind. (I-A)
6 169 Green Bay Packers Jay Kearney  WR West Virginia Big East
6 170 Chicago Bears Lloyd Hill  WR Texas Tech SWC
6 171 Cleveland Browns Robert Strait  RB Baylor SWC
6 172 Arizona Cardinals Terry Samuels  TE Kentucky SEC
6 173 New York Jets Fred Lester  RB Alabama A&M Bulldogs SIAC
6 174 Philadelphia Eagles Ryan McCoy  LB Houston SWC
6 175 Green Bay Packers Ruffin Hamilton  LB Tulane Ind.
6 176 New Orleans Saints Derrell Mitchell  WR Texas Tech SWC
6 177 Miami Dolphins Brant Boyer  LB Arizona Pac-10
6 178 Pittsburgh Steelers Jim Miller  QB Michigan State Big Ten
6 179 Minnesota Vikings Andrew Jordan  TE Western Carolina SoCon
6 180 Pittsburgh Steelers Eric Ravotti  LB Penn State Big Ten
6 181 Green Bay Packers Bill Schroeder  WR Wisconsin–La Crosse WIAC
6 182 San Francisco 49ers Lee Woodall  LB West Chester PSAC
6 183 Detroit Lions Jocelyn Borgella  DB Cincinnati Ind.
6 184 Cincinnati Bengals Jerry Reynolds  T Nevada–Las Vegas Big West
6 185 Kansas City Chiefs Anthony Daigle  RB Fresno State WAC
6 186 New York Giants Jason Winrow  G Ohio State Big Ten
6 187 Houston Oilers Lee Gissendaner  WR Northwestern Big Ten
6 188 Buffalo Bills Anthony Abrams  DE Clark Atlanta SIAC
6 189 Los Angeles Rams Ronald Edwards  T North Carolina A&T MEAC
6* 190 Green Bay Packers Paul Duckworth  LB Connecticut Yankee
6 191 Dallas Cowboys Darren Studstill  S West Virginia Big East
6* 192 Buffalo Bills Kevin Knox  WR Florida State ACC
6* 193 Philadelphia Eagles Mitch Berger  P Colorado Big Eight
6* 194 Houston Oilers Barron Wortham  LB Texas-El Paso WAC
7 195 Cincinnati Bengals Ramondo Stallings  DE San Diego State WAC
7 196 Indianapolis Colts Lance Teichelman  DT Texas A&M SWC
7 197 Washington Redskins Gus Frerotte  QB Tulsa Ind. (I-A)
7 198 New England Patriots Jay Walker  QB Howard MEAC
7 199 Kansas City Chiefs Steve Matthews  QB Memphis Ind. (I-A)
7 200 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jim Pyne  C Virginia Tech Big East
7 201 Atlanta Falcons Jamal Anderson  RB Utah WAC
7 202 Seattle Seahawks Carlester Crumpler  TE East Carolina Ind. (I-A)
7 203 Cleveland Browns Andre Hewitt  OT Georgia SEC
7 204 Arizona Cardinals Frank Harvey  RB Georgia SEC
7 205 Chicago Bears Dennis Collier  DB Colorado Big Eight
7 206 Philadelphia Eagles Mark Montgomery  RB Wisconsin Big Ten
7 207 San Diego Chargers Zane Beehn  LB Kentucky SEC
7 208 New York Jets Glenn Foley  QB Boston College Big East
7 209 Pittsburgh Steelers Brice Abrams  RB Michigan State Big Ten
7 210 Denver Broncos Keith Burns  LB Oklahoma State Big Eight
7 211 Minnesota Vikings Pete Bercich  LB Notre Dame Ind. (I-A)
7 212 Denver Broncos Butler By'not'e  CB Ohio State Big Ten
7 213 New Orleans Saints Lance Lundberg  OT Nebraska Big Eight
7 214 Miami Dolphins Sean Hill  CB Montana State Big Sky
7 215 Detroit Lions Tom Beer  LB Wayne State MIFC
7 216 Dallas Cowboys Toddrick McIntosh  DT Florida State ACC
7 217 Los Angeles Raiders Rob Holmberg  LB Penn State Big Ten
7 218 Denver Broncos Tom Nalen  C Boston College Big East
7 219 Kansas City Chiefs Tracy Greene  TE Grambling State SWAC
7 220 Houston Oilers Lemanski Hall  LB Alabama SEC
7 221 Buffalo Bills Filmel Johnson  DB Illinois Big Ten
7 222 New England Patriots Marty Moore  LB Kentucky SEC

Supplemental draft

Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
4 - New York Giants Tito Wooten  S Louisiana–Monroe Southland
5 - Dallas Cowboys John Davis  TE Emporia State MIAA

Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler[N 1]
= Hall of Famer[5]
Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Arizona Cardinals Brent Alexander  S Tennessee State OVC
Chicago Bears Dwayne Joseph  CB Syracuse Big East
Cleveland Browns Rick Lyle  DE Missouri Big Eight
Dallas Cowboys Chris Boniol  K Louisiana Tech Big West
Dallas Cowboys Richie Cunningham  K Louisiana–Lafayette Big West
Dallas Cowboys Matt Joyce  OT Richmond Yankee
Dallas Cowboys Hurvin McCormack  DT Indiana Big Ten
Dallas Cowboys Tony Richardson  FB Auburn SEC
Denver Broncos Dwayne Carswell  TE Liberty Ind. (I-AA)
Denver Broncos Rod Smith  WR Missouri Southern State MIAA
Green Bay Packers Josh Miller  P Arizona Pac-10
Green Bay Packers Kurt Warnerdouble-dagger QB Northern Iowa Gateway
Green Bay Packers Jeff Wilner  TE Wesleyan NESCAC First ever Wesleyan alum to play in NFL.
Indianapolis Colts Bernard Whittington  DE Indiana Big Ten
Indianapolis Colts Vaughn Booker  DE Cincinnati Ind.
Kansas City Chiefs Monty Grow  DB Florida SEC
Los Angeles Rams D'Marco Farr  DT Washington Pac-10
Los Angeles Rams Jay Williams  DE Wake Forest ACC
Miami Dolphins Tyoka Jackson  DE Penn State Big Ten
Miami Dolphins Shelton Quarles  LB Vanderbilt SEC
Minnesota Vikings Tony Carter  RB Minnesota Big Ten
Minnesota Vikings Robert Griffith  CB San Diego State WAC
New England Patriots Rich Tylski  G Utah State Big West
New Orleans Saints Andy McCollum  C Toledo MAC
Philadelphia Eagles Mark Dixon  G Virginia ACC
Philadelphia Eagles Jay Fiedler  QB Dartmouth Ivy
Philadelphia Eagles Jeff Wilkins  K Youngstown State Ind. (FCS)
Pittsburgh Steelers Walter Rasby  TE Wake Forest ACC
San Diego Chargers David Binn  LS California Pac-10
San Francisco 49ers Jeff Garcia  QB San Jose State Big West
Seattle Seahawks James Atkins  OL Louisiana–Lafayette Big West
Seattle Seahawks Jay Bellamy  S Rutgers Big East
Seattle Seahawks Beno Bryant  RB Washington Pac-10
Seattle Seahawks Bobby Hamilton  DE Southern Miss Ind.
Seattle Seahawks James McKnight  WR Liberty Ind. (I-AA)

Hall of Famers

  • Marshall Faulk, running back from San Diego State, drafted 1st round 2nd overall by Indianapolis Colts.
Inducted: class of 2011
  • Larry Allen, offensive guard from Sonoma State, drafted 2nd round 46th overall by the Dallas Cowboys.
Inducted: class of 2013
  • Kurt Warner, quarterback from University of Northern Iowa, undrafted.
Inducted: class of 2017

Notes

  1. ^ Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.

References

  1. ^ "NFL Draft Locations". FootballGeography.com. October 2, 2014. Archived from the original on 2015-09-05. Retrieved October 23, 2014.
  2. ^ Salomone, Dan (October 2, 2014). "NFL Draft headed to Chicago in 2015". Giants.com. New York Giants. Archived from the original on 2015-09-30. Retrieved June 3, 2015.
  3. ^ Shapiro, Leonard (April 29, 1994). "Little Legitimate Fuel for Draft-stoked Fires". Washington Post. Retrieved June 16, 2018.
  4. ^ Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.
  5. ^ a b Players are identified as a Hall of Famer if they have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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