2009 Patriots Draft Recap

After 16+ hours of drafting, the Patriots have finally put an end to the 2009 NFL Draft. After trading down and acquiring new picks, here is a look at the players that they drafted on day one:

Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
Darius Butler, CB, UConn
Sebastian Vollmer, OT, Houston

It was a great day one, getting great value at four positions that required depth or an upgrade.

Day two had a big shakeup as the Patriots traded away CB Ellis Hobbs. The Patriots also picked up two 2nd rounders in 2010. The day two picks looked like this:

Brandon Tate, WR, North Carolina
Tyrone McKenzie, LB, South Florida
Rich Ohrnberger, OL, Penn State
George Bussey, OL, Louisville
Jake Ingram, LS, Hawaii
Myron Pryor, DL, Kentucky
Julian Edelman, QB, Kent St.
Darryl Richard, DL, Georgia

Hopefully everyone had an enjoyable draft, now let’s see how these new players do in the upcoming rookie camp. The Patriots will still be adding a few more players in the Undrafted Free Agent portion of the weekend, make sure you check out our list.

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Tags: Draft History, Draft Picks

2 Responses to “2009 Patriots Draft Recap”

  1. Anonymous says:

    mckenzie,butler,and chung might start.Brace will fill in for wilfork on passing downs and fultime when wilfork leaves.Tate will be a return specialist.The other guys are longshots other than Volmer who might be the starting right tackle.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I doubt that more than 6 of those guys make the team.



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