3. Jim Riggs, TE, CLEMSON
Size and speed, but where has the production been?
4. Dick Chapura, DT-NG, MISSOURI
Hard-working type who's hurt by lack of quickness.
5. Tim McDonald, S, USC
Made some big plays, but consistency is a problem.
BIGGEST BUSTS OF '86
(First and Second Rounds)
1. Bo Jackson, LF, K.C. ROYALS
O.K., it's a cheap shot, but hey, Tampa Bay, you blew it.
2. Anthony Bell, LB, ST. LOUIS
A mystifying top draft who didn't clear up the mystery.
3. Doug Williams, T, N.Y. JETS
Got in trouble with the snap count, then got cut.
4. Walter Murray, WR, WASHINGTON
Skins traded him to Indy, where he caught two passes.
5. James FitzPatrick, T, SAN DIEGO
Reported at over 300 pounds; IR'd with back injury.
6. Jon Hand, DE, INDIANAPOLIS
Struggled at first, but came on late. There's hope.