Linebacker Nigel Bradham became the first Florida State player chosen, going No. 105 overall to Buffalo. College powers Texas and Florida waited until deep in the fourth round to have someone selected: Gators defensive tackle Jaye Howard to Seattle at No. 114, and Longhorns linebacker Keenan Robinson at No. 119 to Washington.
Houston, which was ranked 18th to finish the season, had no players selected.
Tight end, generally considered a weak spot in this year's crop — only three were taken through the first two days — became popular in the fourth round, with five going. But only one was drafted in the fifth.
Randy Bullock of Texas A&M was the first placekicker taken, at No. 161 overall by Houston. The All-American kicker, Bullock won the Lou Groza award, connecting on 25 of 29 field-goal attempts in 2011.
Players undrafted include record-setting quarterbacks Kellen Moore of Boise State and Case Keenum of Houston.
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