Huskers and the 2000 NFL Draft

Mike Brown339Chicago Bears
Ralph Brown5140New York Giants
Eric JohnsonUDFA-Oakland Raiders
Julius JacksonUDFA-Oakland Raiders
Tony OrtizUDFA-Dallas Cowboys
Steve Warren374Green Bay Packers
Adam Julch---
Brian Shaw---
James Sherman---
Aaron Wills---

Decade Retrospective: The 2001 class included two 10-year veterans and an eight-year veteran who managed to survive despite being undrafted.

Mike Brown: Mike played ten years in the NFL, 9 with the Bears. Brown started all 16 games his rookie season and was nominated for Defensive Rookie of the Year which went to his teammate, Brian Urlacher. Brown played his final season with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2009.
A two-time All-Pro, Brown finished his career with 518 tackles and 20 interceptions.

Ralph Brown: Ralph spent ten seasons in the NFL with four different teams: (Giants, Vikings, Browns, Cardinals). He appeared in Super Bowl XLIII for the Cardinals.

Steve Warren: Warren played 25 games in three seasons with the Green Bay Packers

Eric Johnson: An undrafted free agent, Johnson played eight seasons in the NFL. His first three years with the Raiders included a Super Bowl XXXVII appearance in which he scored a touchdown. Johnson also played for the Falcons and the Cardinals. After the NFL, Johnson also played in the Arena Football League.

Julius Jackson: After being released by the Raiders in 2000, Jackson played in NFL Europe and the XFL in 2001