14) Pick 99: Mardy Gilyard, Rams (Cincinnati)
Gilyard was a standout receiver from Cincinnati drafted in the fourth round and saw action in 11 games with the Rams during his rookie season. In that time, he caught six balls for 63 yards, but failed to make a significant impression. He failed to make the final roster in the 2012 season and was placed on waivers.
He was picked up by the Jets twice, Eagles, and Chiefs, but after failing to make it with any of those teams, he tried playing for the CFL, AFL, and even the NAL.
13) Pick 90: Taylor Price, Ohio U. (Patriots)
Price was the last of four wide receivers taken in succession in the third round. Price set a Bobcats record with 2,019 yards receiving his senior season. He impressed the Patriots with his 4.40s 40-yard time, but his career with the team was short-lived. Price was inactive the entire season but the last game where he caught three passes for 41 yards and was then waived.
He was picked up by the Jaguars and Seahawks but never made it past the practice squad.