Stolen from ballplayr9 (who did 2002 RBs http://www.fannation.com/blogs/post/55610), who stole it from DJTG_2010 who did the 2003 QBs.
So here goes.
#7, Ike Hilliard, New York Giants; 130 games, 437 Catches, 5251 Yards, 30 TDs. Now on the Bucs, not exactly what you'd want from the 7th overall pick, but he's still in the league. Not a bust.
#15, Yatil Green, Miami Dolphins; 9 games, 18 Catches, 234 Yards, 0 TDs. I'd call him a straight up bust but he never really had a chance to prove himself. First day of training camp he tore his quadriceps muscles, ACL and cartilage in his right knee. Only played in the 1999 season. 10 total surgeries.
#16, Reidel Anthony, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; 68 games, 144 Catches, 1846 Yards, 16 TDs. Don't know why he left after 5 yers, but he sure didn't do a lot.
#27, Rae Carruth, Carolina Panthers; 22 games, 62 Catches, 804 Yards, 4 TDs. Currently rotting away in a jail cell for another 11 years.
#46, Joey Kent, Tennessee Titans; 30 games, 13 Catches, 159 Yards, 1 TD. Busted.
#47, Kevin Lockett, Kansas City Chiefs; 84 games, 130 Catches, 1733 Yards, 8 TDs. Really bad per game averages and a journey man. Bust.
#53, Will Blackwell, Pittsburgh Steelers; 47 games, 67 Catches, 682 Yards, 2 TDs. Seems like a bust.
#88, Dedric Ward, New York Jets; 110 games, 167 Catches, 2307 Yards, 12 TDs. Iunno about him. Now the offensive quality control coach of the Cardinals.
#98, Derrick Mason, Tennessee Titans; 154 games, 607 Catches, 7937 Yards, 42 TDs. YAY! Someone who finally doesn't suck! Mason isn't going to make the HoF but he's been a good WR with 5 1000-yard seasons.
#108, Marcus Robinson, Chicago Bears; 107 games, 325 Catches, 4699 Yards, 43 TDs. Another "better" guy. More TDs than Mason on a lot less catches and yardage.
And because I'm tired (I WILL FINISH THIS LATER), I'll just point out right now I don't recognize ANY of the names from the rest of the draft. ****.