New York, NY (Sports Network) - The third day of the NFL Draft is usually a
time for selections from the Football Championship Subdivision, and Saturday's
fourth round got it going.
William & Mary cornerback B.W. Webb was the first to go from the FCS in Round
4, and the fourth over the three-day draft, when the Dallas Cowboys selected
him with the 114th overall pick.
The Cowboys had selected another FCS standout, Georgia Southern strong safety
J.J. Wilcox, in the third round Friday night.
Two picks after the Webb selection, another CAA Football standout, James
Madison offensive guard Earl Watford, went to the Arizona Cardinals.
The Green Bay Packers used the 122th selection on Cornell offensive lineman
J.C. Tretter and the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens selected Harvard H-
back Kyle Juszczyk with a compensatory pick at 130.
FCS SELECTIONS IN 2013 NFL DRAFT
Atlanta Falcons (2nd round, 60th overall selection) - Robert Alford, CB,
Southeastern Louisiana, 5-10, 188
New Orleans Saints (3rd, 75) - Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6-5,
Dallas Cowboys (3rd, 80) - J.J. Wilcox, SS, Georgia Southern, 6-0, 213
Dallas Cowboys (4th, 114) - B.W. Webb, CB, William & Mary, 5-10, 184
Arizona Cardinals (4th, 116) - Earl Watford, OG, James Madison, 6-3, 300
Green Bay Packers (4th, 122) - J.C. Tretter, OT, Cornell, 6-4, 307
Baltimore Packers (4th, 130) - Kyle Juszczyk, H-back, Harvard, 6-1, 248
Indianapolis Colts (5th, 139) - Montori Hughes, DT, UT Martin, 6-4, 329
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