NFL Draft: A Look Back At The Longhorns Selected In The 2010 NFL Draft

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Jan 13, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Seattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas (29) celebrates his interception against the Atlanta Falcons during the fourth quarter of the NFC divisional playoff game at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

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In anticipation of the 2013 NFL Draft, Hook’em Headlines will breakdown the last 5 NFL draft classes for the Texas Longhorns and tell you who we think is the best player, steal and/or bust, and the overall grade for the draft class. Today we will breakdown the 2010 Texas Longhorns NFL Draft class.

Texas Longhorns Drafted In The 2010 NFL Draft:

Earl Thomas (1st Round; 14th overall)

Sergio Kindle (2nd Round; 43rd overall)

Lamarr Houston (2nd Round; 44th overall)

Jordan Shipley (3rd Round; 84th overall)

Colt McCoy (3rd Round; 85th overall) 

Roger Muckelroy (4th round; 131st overall) 

Best Player:

Earl Thomas

It comes as no shock to anyone that Earl Thomas is the best player in the 2010 Texas Longhorns draft class. He has been a major contributor to the Seattle Seahawks and has made 2 pro bowls. He has 240 career tackles, 10 interceptions and 3 forced fumbles. Earl Thomas could be one of the best safeties the Seattle Seahawks franchise has ever seen.

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