2013 NFL Draft: Looking Back at the 9th Pick Since the Year 2000, Part II

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Today, as the draft continues to approach, we are going to continue the series we started yesterday. That series? We look at the Jets’ selection number in the upcoming draft, and see how that pick has performed since the year 2000. Yesterday, we ran and reviewed the choices from 2000-2003 at pick #9.

Today we continue that run through history with the 9th picks from the years 2004-2007, so let’s have a little less small talk and get right to it.

After being chosen with the 9th pick in the 2004 draft, Reggie Williams spent 5 years with the Jaguars. He was never a consistent starter, but he did record over 2,300 receiving yards and 18 TD’s in that timeframe.

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