Dwan Edwards joins Steven Jackson in the NFL Draft in Day One
April 24, 2004
Corvallis, Ore. - Defensive tackle Dwan Edwards became the second Oregon State University player selected in the 2004 NFL Draft when the Baltimore Ravens called his name at No. 19 of the second round and 51st overall. He joins running back Steven Jackson who was the first running back taken in the Draft - at No. 24 of the first round by the St. Louis Rams.
Edwards played his senior year at OSU at 6-3, 301 pounds. He played 48 games for head coaches Mike Riley and Dennis Erickson, starting 35. He missed only one game of his college career, due to an ankle injury, and was a second team All-Pac-10 Conference selection in 2003. Edwards played in three bowl games, the Fiesta, Insight and Las Vegas. The Columbus, Mont., native had a career seven tackles four times.
The NFL Draft continues Sunday in New York City.
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