20) Pick 165: Kerry Meier, Kansas (Falcons)
The Falcons had a lot of hope for Meier, who caught over 100 passes his senior season at Kansas and broke multiple receiving records at the school. Selected towards the end of the fifth round, Meier injured his knee prior to the 2010 season and spent the year on Injured Reserve.
He worked his way back to health and tried to re-establish him in 2011, but never made an impact. He dressed in 12 games, but caught no passes and was waived following the season and never picked up.
19) Pick 159: Riley Cooper, Florida (Eagles)
Selected in the fifth round, Cooper would end up being used in the same sentence with Brown as one of the bigger steals of the draft. Cooper was an impact pass-catcher his senior season at Florida, and despite a slow start in Philadelphia, he eventually worked himself into a starting role. Cooper played six seasons with the Eagles, his best season being in 2013 where he caught 47 passes for 835 yards, scoring eight times.
However, after a foot injury in 2015 ended his season, he was released by the Eagles and never saw the field again. He tried out for the Bucs but wasn’t able to make the team. He officially retired in 2017.