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NFL Draft: District 2 Notes

Written by: on Thursday, April 25th, 2013. Follow Vince Pellegrini on Twitter.


2013 NFL Draft: District 2 Tidbits

Before you watch tonight’s NFL Draft, here’s a listing of the District 2 players who were selected in the first four rounds. This doesn’t include the AFL or Supplemental Draft.

First Round
1945 – 1st Pick – Chicago Cardinals selected Charlie Trippi, RB/Georgia (Pittston)
1958 – 4th Pick – Los Angeles Rams selected Lou Michaels, DL-E-K/Kentucky (Swoyersville)
1982 – 8th Pick – Houston Oilers chose Mike Munchak, G/Penn State (Scranton Central)
1984 – 19th Pick – Indianapolis Colts selected Ron Solt, G/Maryland (Coughlin)

Second Round
1956 – 24th Pick – Washington Redskins chose John Paluck, DE/Pittsburgh (Swoyersville)
1992 – 32nd Pick – Los Angeles Raiders selected Greg Skrepenak, OL/Michigan (GAR)
2004 – 34th Pick – New York Giants selected Chris Snee, G/Boston College (Montrose)
1993 – 52nd Pick – Minnesota Vikings selected Qadry Ismail, WR/Syracuse (Meyers)
1994 – 65th Pick – Miami Dolphins selected Tim Ruddy, C/Notre Dame (Dunmore)

Third Round
1990 – 62nd Pick – Detroit Lions selected Marc Spindler, DT/Pittsburgh (West Scranton)
1978 – 81st Pick – Miami Dolphins chose Jimmy Cefalo, WR/Penn State (Pittston)
1991 – 100th Pick – Los Angeles Raiders took Raghib Ismail, WR/Notre Dame (Meyers)

Fourth Round
1962 – 46th Pick – San Francisco 49ers selected Chuck Sieminski, DT/Penn State (Swoyersville)
1955 – 47th Pick – Chicago Bears chose Joe O’Malley, E-DE/Georgia (Scranton Tech)
1983 – 96th Pick – St. Louis Cardinals selected Mark Duda, DT/Maryland (Wyoming Valley West)
2001 – 105th Pick – Green Bay Packers selected Bill Ferrario, OL/Wisconson (West Scranton)
2002 – 116th Pick – Atlanta Falcons selected Martin Bibla, G/Miami, FL (Crestwood)

Selections by High School
1. West Scranton, 6
2. Hanover, 4
2. Swoyersville, 4
4. Dunmore, 4
4. Meyers, 3

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