One of the deepest classes in Miami history, the 2002 group sent 11 men to the draft and many had a significant impact in the league. McKinnie was a rock on the Vikings' offensive line – missing only four games between 2003-11, and that was only because of this.
Shockey ended up with more than 6,000 receiving yards, but never became that dominant threat at tight end the Giants wanted. Buchanon was a solid starter in Oakland and Tampa but never emerged as a shutdown corner.
Reed’s career doesn’t need much surmising: he is the best free safety of all time and his playmaking ability on defense is the best of this generation.
Portis was productive on both ends of his high-profile trade to Washington for Champ Bailey. Davenport was a solid back for the Packers for many years and was recently in the news for this odd story.