NFL DRAFT: Team-by-team best and worst first-round draft picks
By Associated Press
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Best: RB Emmitt Smith, Florida, 1990
Smith went from being No. 17 in the draft and the second running back taken that year to being the leading rusher in NFL history. He helped the Cowboys to three Super Bowl titles in a four-year span, was the MVP of the 1994 game, and also MVP of the 1993 season. He finished with 18,355 yards rushing and 175 total TDs.
Worst: LB Billy Cannon Jr., Texas A&M, 1984
Son of 1959 Heisman Trophy winner – one of college football’s greatest players – the younger Cannon was the 25th overall pick in 1984, played eight games, got hurt and never played again.