Still, picks 6 through 10 are posted below. I'll post picks 1 through 5 later today.
10. SHAZZON BRADLEY: He started at middle guard as a true freshman, started at middle linebacker as a sophomore, struggled with injuries as a junior, then started at defensive tackle as a senior. Wherever he played, he was the most aggressive and intense guy on the field. The only recognition he ever earned was Freshman All-SEC in 1988 but this guy was a true warrior.
9. MARION HOBBY: A starting tackle in 1987 and '88, he moved to end in '89 and promptly earned All-SEC recognition at his new outpost. Selected in Round 3 of the 1990 draft, he played four seasons in the NFL.
8. SHANE BONHAM: After transferring in from Air Force, he lettered as a backup in 2002, then distinguished himself as a starter in 2003. Tough and technically sound, he was a third-round pick in the 1994 NFL Draft. Bonham went on to play six solid seasons in the pros.
7. SHANE BURTON: A four-year letterman, Burton switched over from tight end and started at defensive tackle in '95. He earned no honors at the collegiate level but was picked in Round 5 of the 1996 NFL Draft. He spent eight quality years in the pros with the Dolphins, Bears, Jets and Panthers.
6. DARWIN WALKER: This rugged transfer from North Carolina State started at right tackle in 1998 and 1999. Blessed with superior strength, he helped UT win a national title in '98. Selected in Round 3 of the 2000 NFL Draft, he has become a quality pro. Walker spent a year with the Arizona Cardinals and is soon to begin his sixth year with the Philadelphia Eagles.