Football players from Utah colleges drafted to the NFL in the 1990s

Published: Wednesday, April 24 2013 9:04 a.m. MDT

Curtis Marsh - Wide Receiver, Utah Next » 20 of 37 « Prev
1995 NFL Draft
Round 7, Pick 219
Jacksonville Jaguars

Marsh played three seasons in the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Pittsburgh Steelers. He also played in the CFL for the Saskatchewan Roughriders for two season and was named an All-Star in 2000. His son currently plays for the Philadelphia Eagles.
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Lyman, WY

Nice picture of Yale & Harvard. Really guys don't you research your pictures. I think a notable that was undrafyed, yet made pro bowls & dominated until a career ending injury is Chad Lewis. He was undrafted but may have been the most successful pro out of Utah in the '90's.

River Falls, WI

Interesting to note that BYU had virtually the same number of draft picks in the 1990s (19) as in the 2000s (21), and their W/L record, top 25 rankings, and bowl success is very similar for both decades.
Also interesting to note that Weber State had more players drafted (4) than Utah State (2)... that trend is definitely changing directions.
I wonder what research has been done on collegiate success and placement in the NFL. Please trolls, not need to comment on the "Bronco can't get anyone drafted"... we already know how y'all feel about that. I simply want to know if there is any documented correlation between collegiate success and the number of players drafted. Does anyone know?

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