BILL STEBER, Associated Press
FILE: Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kevin Dyson, center, holds onto the ball as he is congratulated by Yancey Thigpen, left, and Samari Rolle, right, after scoring a touchdown with 3 seconds left in their AFC wild card game against the Buffalo Bills in Nashville, Tenn. on Saturday, Jan. 8, 2000. The Titans defeated the Bills, 22-16. (AP Photo/Bill Steber, The Tennessean)

Editor's note: Every Sunday, the Deseret News takes a look back into our archives.

Utah's Kevin Dyson was taken by the Tennessee Oilers as the No. 16 overall pick in the NFL draft.

Fellow Ute Chris Fuamatu-Ma'afala made a controversial decision to forgo his senior season and went in the sixth round to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

BYU's Eric Bateman (New York Jets), Dustin Johnson (New York Jets) and Jason Andersen (New England Patriots) went in the fifth, sixth and seventh rounds, respectively.

Weber State's Cam Quayle was Mr. Irrelevant, the last pick of the draft.

Read the original story about Dyson here

Read the original story about Quayle here