Go ahead and admit it: You were saying "Who is that guy and why is he being drafted?" when the names of some of those sixth- and seventh-round picks were being announced Saturday during the final day of the 2014 draft.
Don't be surprised if a handful of those sixth- and seventh-rounders end up being key players over the next three or four seasons.
Four sixth-rounders from the 2013 draft -- Jacksonville Jaguars safety Josh Evans (from Florida), Houston Texans tight end Ryan Griffin (Connecticut), New England Patriots defensive tackle Chris Jones (Bowling Green) and Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Vince Williams (Florida State) -- started at least eight games as rookies, with all but Griffin starting at least 10. (Jones was drafted by Houston, released in August, picked up by Tampa Bay, released in September, then signed by the Patriots in late September.)
S Antoine Bethea, San Francisco
WR Marques Colston, New Orleans
WR Pierre Garcon, Washington
DE Greg Hardy, Carolina
C Jason Kelce, Philadelphia
RB Alfred Morris, Washington
CB Captain Munnerlyn, Minnesota
C Chris Myers, Houston
DE Ahtyba Rubin, Cleveland
OT Zach Strief, New Orleans
LB Danny Trevathan, Denver
CB Cary Williams, Philadelphia
Brady is a lock to become just the second sixth-round pick to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame. There are nine former seventh-rounders, including Bob Hayes, Gene Hickerson and Shannon Sharpe, and 24 other players who were drafted in the eighth round or later.