The best and worst picks of the '07 draft
Now that the dust has settled, Todd McShay has had time to look back and name each team's best and worst picks of the 2007 draft.
- The 2007 NFL draft is in the books. While the class' true legacy will not be decided for several years, it will forever be notoriously linked to Brady Quinn's first-round tumble. The uncertainty of Quinn's situation played a small part in the record-setting length of this year's opening round (6 hours, 8 minutes), as Browns GM Phil Savage admitted to contacting each team that selected between picks 12 (Bills) and 22 (Cowboys) before finally striking a deal to move back into Round 1 for Quinn.
Before we get to any real analysis, here are a few more tidbits from the 2007 NFL draft:
• Louisville DT Amobi Okoye (19 years old) became the youngest player selected in the modern-era draft when the Texans chose him with pick No. 10 overall.
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