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Baylor University (BU) in the 2010 NFL Draft – 2 selected


The Baylor University (BU) Bear football program two players participated in the 2010 NFL draft. Waco, Texas, two young men both play on the offensive side of the ball.

The two players selected are:

  • J.D. Walton (in the middle) – Denver Broncos chose Round 3 of the 80th All Scull (19659004) David Gettis (Broad Range) – Carolina Panthers in Round 6 of the 198 Full Set

J.D. Walton 6 & # 39; 3 & apos; and 300 major men and plans to wear the Denver Broncos 50 number in the NFL season of 2010. In 1987, he was born in Lawton, Oklahoma, the NFL player grew up in Texas where he played Allen High School at Allen High School in Allen, High School Walton won the first-team all-district award while defending the former Arkansas Razorbacks Actor Casey Dick

The Baylor Bears Conference Walton gained national acclaim for the game, which is particularly difficult for an offensive liner team with a loss-making record. For his efforts, he became the first acclaimed Associate of All-American Associated Denver Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels hopes Walton becomes part of a young offensive nucleus, which includes the 2010 NFL team Tim Tebow (quarterback) by Flo rida and Eric Decker (wind receiver of the University of Minnesota.

David Gettis was elected in the seventh round of the 2010 NFL Plan due to the Carolina Panthers host. John Fox, the head coach of armors, hopes that David will in any case be an open host to Steve Smith, who has been Panthers' greatest threat for years. [6] "David 6" and 217 pounds "David is much bigger than veteran broad-minded teammate Steve Smith on 5 & # 39; 9." Coach Fox formulated Jimmy Clausen's former Notre Dame player for the second (48th overall), the first team picked up by the team in the 2010 NFL draft and discussing in Charlotte for Clausen and Gettis to be the striker and broad-minded franchise in the coming years

Since only a Baylor player was in the 2009 NFL Draft (Full Jason Smith No. 2), the BU football program seems to be moving in the right direction, doubling the number of players in the 2010 NFL draft. Baylor football coach Art Briles hopes to continue his team in the right direction in the coming years

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