UCLA shut out in NFL draft

UCLA fans quite often saw blue and yellow jerseys throughout the NFL Draft the past three days, but for all the wrong reasons.

While a constant presence in other players’ highlight videos, the Bruins were shut out of the draft, all five primary candidates – Tony Dye, Nelson Rosario, Derrick Coleman, Cory Harkey and Mike Harris – going undrafted.

Coleman, however, tweeted that he’s joining the Minnesota Vikings, while Dye reportedly signed a free agent deal with Cincinnati and Harkey with the St. Louis Rams.

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  • Bruin Gold

    Nelson Rosario got the result of having been so lazy all these years.

    I feel sorry for him.

    But the NFL doesn’t tolerate laziness. All contracts are non-guaranteed. Even if you are a star owed $30 Million, you can be dumped at any time and lose the income.

    Even Jim Mora said – of the current UCLA team – that only 2 players out of the 100 so far have shown the ability to take it to the next level – the NFL.


    i think this also reflects on Neuheisel. he didn’t help give those guys what it takes to get to the next level.

  • BruinRogue

    Best case for them is to turn into the next Khalil Bells.

  • Anonymous

    Jeez, Jon “Yellow” get with the program you allegedly cover…with a lot being underwhelming w/ UCLA football right now, at least depict the uniforms correctly…Blue & GOLD, as in the famous restuarant critic…oop..opp