Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Go Blue

Wolverines Selected in the 2008 NFL Draft

Six Wolverines were selected in the NFL Draft over the weekend, with offensive tackle Jake Long going as the first overall pick to the Miami Dolphins. Long is the Wolverines' second No. 1 overall pick in the draft and the 43rd Michigan player to be drafted in the first round. The Chicago Bears acquired running back Tom Harmon (1938-40) with the opening pick in 1941.

• Jake Long, OT, Miami Dolphins
1st round, 1st pick (1st overall)
• Chad Henne, QB, Miami Dolphins
2nd round, 26th pick (57th overall)
• Shawn Crable, OLB, New England Patriots
3rd round, 15th pick (78th overall)
• Mario Manningham, WR, New York Giants
3rd round, 32nd pick (95th overall)
• Mike Hart, RB, Indianapolis Colts
6th round, 36th pick (202nd overall)
• Adrian Arrington, WR, New Orleans Saints
7th round, 30th pick (237th overall)

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