We went back to the 2000 draft to see what players were selected in the No. 8 slot. Here are the results. You'll notice that for the last five years, a defensive player has been chosen every time, and four of them were defensive backs. The good news is that most of them are starters, and there are two Pro Bowlers in this group: Dallas safety Roy Williams (left, drafted in 2002) and Atlanta cornerback DeAngelo Hall (drafted in 2004). The 2001 pick, wide receiver David Terrell, has been the only true bust of this group so far.