The University of Miami Hurricanes had four players taken in the 2010 NFL Draft. Despite the fact that having four players chose was essentially not exactly in state rival the University of Florida, which had 9 to lead all schools, the Miami Hurricanes exhibited that they are on the rise as far as producing proficient ability.

In the prime of Miami football the private south Florida college set a NFL Draft record with 6 initially round determinations in the 2004 draft. From 1995-2008 the Hurricanes set up a record for the most continuous years to have a player from their program taken in the first round of the NFL Draft.

Unfortunately for Miami fans they saw the long term steak of first round determinations go to a slamming stop when just a single player from the school was taken in all of the 2009 NFL Draft (256 absolute picks). That one player from Miami was linebacker Spencer Adkins who was chosen in the 6th round by the Atlanta Falcons with the 176th by and large pick.

The 2010 NFL Draft with an uptick of four choices fills in as a substantial marker that the south Florida program is remedying its way. The four players picked by National Football League establishments are:

Jimmy Graham, a tight end, was chosen by the Super Bowl reigning champ New Orleans Saints in the third round (95th pick generally).

Darryl Sharpton turned out in the fourth round when the Miami Hurricanes Houston Texans drafted him to play linebacker with the 102nd by and large choice.

Jason Fox is a 6’6″ 300 pound hostile tackle that the Detroit Lions desire to transform into a starter on their hostile line subsequent to taking him in the fourth round with the 128th in general pick.

Dedrick Epps, taken in the seventh round, was the last Miami Hurricanes player chose in the 2010 NFL Draft. Epps played tight end in school and was picked by the San Diego Chargers in the seventh and last round with the 235th generally speaking pick.

In outline the University of Miami had four players taken in the 2010 NFL Draft and those four picks comprised of 33% round choice, two fourth round picks, lastly one player picked in the seventh round. Three are hostile players and one is a protective player.

Precisely what’s on the horizon for these youthful possibilities as far as NFL achievement stays not yet clear. The main thing that is sure is that University of Miami head football trainer Randy Shannon will be following the vocations of these four young fellows intently as their prosperity will be connected to his heritage with the Miami Hurricanes.