Sean Taylor (Fifth overall, Washington), Kellen Winslow (Sixth overall, Cleveland), Jonathan Vilma (12th overall, NY Jets), D.J. Williams (17th overall, Denver), Vernon Carey (19th overall, Miami), Vince Wilfork (21st overall, New England)
Sean Taylor was a consensus first team All American and a Thorpe Award finalist who returned three interceptions for touchdowns in his final year at Miami.
Taylor was developing into a special player and was one of the best young players in the NFL when he was tragically murdered in his home in Miami. He is missed by all not just in the Hurricane family and community but by football fans everywhere.
Kellen Winslow was unstoppable at Tight End for the Hurricanes. He was a first-team All-American and won the John Mackey Award as the nation's best TE.
Winslow was injured for most of his first two seasons but hit the ground running ever since and creates major match up problems for defenders. A Pro Bowler in 2007, he was traded this off-season to Tampa Bay.
Jonathan Vilma was a team captain and an Academic All American as a Hurricane as well as a Butkus Award finalist.
Vilma was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2004 and a Pro Bowler in 2005. He is currently on the New Orleans Saints.
D.J. Williams came to Miami as the USA Today Defensive Player of the Year and was a standout at Linebacker as well as Fullback for the Hurricanes.
While he isn't a Pro Bowler, Williams is steady and has emerged as one of the better linebackers in football.
Vernon Carey showed the ability to play a number of different positions on the offensive line at Miami.
Carey is a starter and a leader of the Miami Dolphins who had the biggest turnaround in the history of the NFL last season.
Vince Wilfork was impossible to block with just one blocker at Miami and was at the center of one of the best defenses in the history of college football.
Wilfork won the Super Bowl in New England and is a steady starter who has been to the Pro Bowl.