Two Auburn University (AU) Tigers players participated in the 2010 NFL Plan, which was held in New York in April. The two men chosen by the Alabama Championship selected from the National Football League (NFL) teams:
• Ben Tate (running), whom Houston Texans scored in the second round of the 58th place
• Walter McFadden (Cornishback), which was selected by Oakland Raiders in the fifth round with the 138th general qualifier
Ben Tate hopes to follow the success of other successful Auburn runners-ups that have entered the NFL for the last few years, be seasons. Most recently this list includes Ronnie Brown from Miami Dolphins and Carnell's "Cadilac" Williams from Tampa Bay Buccaneers. When fans go on in time, they realize that the big Bo Jackson is actually the running product of the Auburn football program.
Ben Tate was born in 1988 and was raised from £ 5,289,200 in Woodland, Virginia, in Ben Maryland, and attended Stephen Decatur High School, where the state grew to 2,886 in one season
went to Snow Hill High School (also in Maryland) in the state of Tennessee for high school years. After the Snow Hill Eagles returned to the second place, Tate decided to follow the imposing preparatory football field with Auburn Tigers , after the athletic scholar's career gives only a few names from the University of Florida and Penn State's power plant football programs.
Walter McFadden played Oakland Raiders in the corner and Walter did not have any contact with Raiders retreating from Darren McFadden (in 2008 Walter has a brother in the NFL. Walter's brother is also in the dark.
Walter's Bryant M Brother cFadden, who played at college campus at Florida State University before playing for the second round of the 2005 NFL Draft at Pittsburgh Steelers. Bryant was in both Steelers teams, winning the Super Bowl after the 2005 and 2008 seasons.
Younger McFadden is a 6 "# 177 corner with quick legs and up Oakland Raiders. There is a lot of variety in Walter, both in defense and in special teams during the rookie season.