Has anyone not heard the story of Tom Brady by now?
How the Patriots got him in like the millionth round?
I mean, if we compared where the Colts drafted Peyton to where the Pats drafted Brady, I'd say the Pats got the steal.
But enough on that old story.
There were several great examples of late rounders making significant impacts in the 2010 season, such as Mike Williams, Cody Grimm, David Gettis, Aaron Hernandez and Jacoby Ford.
So we all know that there is a clear art to finding players in the later rounds that will make an immediate impact.
It's more hit than miss, but that doesn't stop anyone does it?