Michael Robinson of Penn State was taken by San Francisco with the third pick of the fourth round; the New York Jets selected Missouri's Brad Smith, also in the fourth round; and Reggie McNeal of Texas A&M went in the sixth round to Cincinnati.
The Bengals listed McNeal as a wide receiver and both Smith and Robinson also were listed as wide receivers.
Elsewhere, former two-time Olympic skier Jeremy Bloom was selected by Philadelphia as a kick returner. Bloom did that for Colorado, but was a wide receiver.
The final pick of the draft, normally called "Mr. Irrelevant," was Maine wide receiver Kevin McMahan, who was taken by the Oakland Raiders.
National runner-up Southern California had 11 players chosen this year. No other school had double figures.
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