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Posted: Tuesday April 17, 2001 3:48 AM

1 -- Team that does not have a first-round pick this year -- Dallas. The Cowboys traded their 2000 and '01 first-round picks to Seattle for Joey Galloway. Michael Vick
Michael Vick could become the 11th quarterback taken as the top overall pick since 1970.
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3 -- Franchises that have had the top overall pick four times since 1970 -- Indianapolis, New England and Tampa Bay. Dallas and Buffalo have had the top pick three times.
7 -- Pro Football Hall of Famers who were selected with the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft: Philadelphia's Chuck Bednarik (1949), Green Bay's Paul Hornung ('57), Kansas City's Buck Buchanan ('63), Buffalo's O.J. Simpson ('69), Pittsburgh's Terry Bradshaw ('70), Tampa Bay's Lee Roy Selmon ('76) and Houston's Earl Campbell ('78).
9 -- Mr. Irrelevants since 1976 who have played in an NFL regular-season game, including the past two -- Michael Green (2000, Bears) and James Finn ('99, Colts). Only one has played in the Super Bowl -- 1994 Mr. Irrelevant Marty Moore with the Patriots.
10 -- Quarterbacks who have been taken with the first overall pick, the most of any position since 1970. Defensive end and running back are tied for second with six, followed by defensive tackle (4), linebacker and wideout (2 each) and offensive line (1).
11 -- Picks in the 2001 draft owned by Seattle and St. Louis, the most of any teams. The Broncos, Bills and Bucs are second with 10 picks. Washington has the fewest with four.
13 -- Future Pro Bowl players who were drafted in the first round in 1983, the most of any first-round class. The first rounders of '83 combined for 19 Super Bowl appearances, also the most ever. The '85 class has come the closest, featuring 12 Pro Bowl players and 12 Super Bowl appearances.
17 -- University of Texas players who were selected in the 1984 draft, setting the modern record for most players taken from the same school. Southern California had 14 picks in the '75 and '77 drafts.
19 -- Average score on a scale of 0-50 for prospective NFL players on the Wonderlic test. Virginia Tech's Michael Vick reportedly scored a 20, lagging behind fellow QB prospects Drew Brees (28) and Chris Weinke (29).
58 -- First-round picks produced by Notre Dame, the most of any school. Ohio State is second with 57, followed by Miami (36), Michigan (35) and Florida (33).
67 -- Defensive linemen who have been drafted in the first round since 1991, the most of any position. Offensive line is second with 54.
264 -- Underclassmen who have been selected in the draft since the NFL granted them eligibility in 1989. Fifty-one of those players were top 10 picks.
508 -- Underclassmen who have declared for the draft since 1989, including the 36 eligible underclassmen for this year's draft.

 

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