Kansas State Football NFL Draft Streak - 1995 Draft


K-State's draft streak hit year number two in 1995 with two players drafted, Barrett Brooks and Chad May.


Barrett Brooks was a 6'5", 325 pound tackle drafted in the second round, number 58 overall, by the Philadelphia Eagles.  He played 12 years in the NFL, playing in 118 games overall and starting 62 of those games.  His time in the NFL included four years with the Eagles, two with the Lions, one with the Packers, one with the Giants and four with the Steelers, which included a Super Bowl Championship in 2006.  Brooks had a pretty successful career after playing at K-State.

Chad May, K-State's starting quarterback in 1993 and 1994, was drafted in the fourth round, number 111 overall, by the Minnesota Vikings.  He was a backup for the Vikings for a year and was signed by the Arizona Cardinals the following year.  He never saw the field in regular season NFL action.  After being released by the Cardinals he played a year with the Frankfurt Galaxy of the now defunct World League of American Football and played for the Arizona Rattlers of the Arena Football League for two years after that.

Up next: 1996.

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