Contrary to popular belief, the NFL Draft does not end with the first round. Neither should the analysis. As usual, void without sarcasm.
With the No. 47 overall pick in the NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders selected Michael Mitchell, a safety from Ohio University, not to be confused with the Ohio State University. I almost feel bad for the kid because all he's done is play hard and at the best of his abilities and his reward is having to play for the Raiders.
The Chicago Bears traded out of their second round pick and an opportunity to select Georgia wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi, sparking a dozen upset Facebook status updates from the Bears fans on my friends list.
Can't argue with the Bears' thinking here ... even Massaquoi thinks you dropped the ball on your status. And he knows a thing or two about dropping balls.
Stephen McGee, a quarterback from Texas A&M University. McGee threw for 586 yards and two touchdowns last season. Texas Tech QB Graham Harrell threw 450 yards and three touchdowns in one game ... a win against Texas A&M. So which signal caller was selected with the No. 101 overall pick by the Dallas Cowboys? If you guessed McGee, you probably heard what TTU coach Mike Leach said about the former Aggie back-up.
More dumbfounding quarterback draft decisions: QBs from Sam Houston State, Ball State, Fresno State, Rutgers, West Texas A&M and Kent State were chosen. If you can name these quarterbacks you are either Mel Kiper, Jr. or Todd McShay or you haven't been on a date with a very long time.
Pictured above is former South Carolina kicker Ryan Succop, who was the 256th (and final) player drafted. Now if there was only a catchy nickname for being the last player chosen in the draft. ...