How Accurate is the NFL Draft?


by Noah Maney on Oct 17, 2014 | Views: 279 | Score: 24
% of Pro Bowlers who were drafted in the... First Round51
Second Round12
Third Round11
Fourth Round5.5
Fifth Round4
Sixth Round4
Seventh Round0.5
Undrafted12
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Noah Maney
Noah Maney on Oct 17, 2014 11:50 PM said:

Based off of the 2012-2014 pro bowls, these are the numbers of where each player was drafted and who played in the game (180 players). No surprise by the first round, but a shocking 12% of the pro bowl players weren't even drafted out of college. Even more surprising is that 37% of the players were in rounds 3-7.

Bubba Jones
Bubba Jones on Oct 18, 2014 12:26 AM said:

Its interesting that the number of undrafted players 12% (considered cast-aways by the NFL) equal that of the "choice" second rounders. 12%

Noah Maney
Noah Maney on Oct 18, 2014 12:59 AM said:

Such a valid point! This is good news for all of the college athletes who think that their dreams are crushed when they don't get drafted.

lyonman
lyonman on Oct 20, 2014 2:13 PM said:

awesome chart

allie07
allie07 on Apr 7, 2015 5:13 PM said:

It is very shocking that 37% of the players were in rounds 3-7. It is also very interesting to see that 12% weren't drafted. I also really like the use of a pie chart to display this information.

migarber
migarber on May 3, 2015 9:42 PM said:

Based of this graph it is shocking that 12% of the pro bowlers in the NFL are people who were undrafted. Although 51% of the pro bowlers came in the first round it shows you that the NFL Draft has many flaws. Half the leagues pro bowlers were not selected in the first round in the draft, which is shocking.

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