10) Pick 87: Eric Decker, Minnesota (Broncos)
Eric Decker’s best seasons came with the Broncos playing alongside Peyton Manning, who utilized the slot receiver plenty. Decker played four seasons with Denver and had two 1,000+ yard seasons and caught 33 touchdowns. He signed with the Jets in 2014 and continued to have success, totaling over 2,000 yards combined in 2014 and 2015.
However, a shoulder injury that put him on injured reserve in 2016 was the beginning of the end of his career. He signed on with Tennessee for one-year in 2017 and saw limited action, but wasn’t re-signed and hasn’t played in the league since.
9) Pick 84: Jordan Shipley, Texas (Bengals)
Shipley wasn’t the biggest wide receiver out there, but was drawing a lot of comparisons to Jordy Nelson when he was drafted by the Bengals. The Texas standout had a great rookie season, catching 52 balls for 600 yards and scoring three touchdowns. But the following season, he tore two knee ligaments in week 2 against the Broncos, one being an ACL tear, and it ended his 2011 season. He could never fully recover from that injury, and was waived by the Bengals the following season.
He had a brief stint with the Jaguars where played in six games and caught 23 passes, but was never re-signed by the team in the off-season. He retired from football in 2014.