Kansas State Football NFL Draft Streak - 1994


Kansas State football has had a player drafted in the NFL draft every year for the last 24 years, which is the longest active streak in the Big 12.  I thought it would be fun to take a look back at the players drafted each year during the streak to see how things turned out for them.

The streak started in 1994 when defensive back Thomas Randolph was drafted in the second round, number 47 overall, by the New York Giants.  Thomas played for the Giants for four years.  He  played for the Cincinnati Bengals in 1998 and then for the Indianapolis Colts in 1999, his last season in the NFL.  During his six year career he recorded 193 tackles and six interceptions.  His stats according to NFL.com are below:


Not a bad career.  He started all 16 games in 1995 and played in at least 15 games each of his six years in the league.

I found an article about Randolph from his rookie year with the Giants from the New York Times archives online.

Up next:  1995.

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