AFC South: Sammy Davis

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

Borrowing an idea from Tim Graham over at AFC East HQ, we at the AFC South Blog begin a periodic look at the history of the AFC South-relevant first round draft slots.

We start with No. 30, where the Tennessee Titans will pick on April 25.

Recent history suggests they can find a great player at the spot -- and they are part of that history. In 2000, not in dire need of a linebacker, they landed Keith Bulluck and he's been a stalwart for the Titans.

Recent History at Pick No. 30
Year Pos. School Player Team Comment
'08 TE Purdue Dustin Keller N.Y. Jets As a rookie: 48 catches
for 535 yards, 3 TDs
'07 WR LSU Craig Davis San Diego Trip to IR meant only four
games in second season
'06 RB LSU Joseph Addai Indianapolis A Pro Bowl trip and 33 TDs
in first three seasons
'05 TE Virginia Heath Miller Pittsburgh Productive with 60 starts,
21 TDs in four years
'04 RB Va. Tech Kevin Jones Detroit Faded after 1,133-yard
rookie season
'03 DB Texas A&M Sammy Davis San Diego Three years in SD, one
each in SF and TB
'02 G Auburn Kendall Simmons Pittsburgh Eighty starts in seven
seasons, but recently cut
'01 WR Miami Reggie Wayne Indianapolis Averages 72 catches, been
to last three Pro Bowls
'00 LB Syracuse Keith Bulluck Tennessee An underrated staple who
can run, cover and hit
'99 DE Virginia Patrick Kerney Atlanta In 10 seasons, 77.5 sacks
with four seasons over 10

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