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Home > Waco Breaking News > Archives > 2009 > April > 26 > Entry NFL draft, day 2 updates: Quan Cosby with Bill CosbyBy Jim Barnes | Sunday, April 26, 2009, 05:16 PM 5:16 PM: Time is running out for Quan Cosby to be drafted.There are about 30 picks left in the seventh round.ESPN went back to the reporter who spoke with Quan and Bill Cosby earlier today.She said Bill Cosby offered encouraging words to Quan, who, even if he does not get selected in this final round, will surely be invited to training camp by a team as a free agent.12:50 PM: A surreal interview with Quan Cosby just took place.The former Mart and Texas star is watching the draft with comedian Bill Cosby, who apparently has been a friend of the program and became a fan of Quan's.Bill Cosby appeared on camera with a helmet on, and pretended to be falling asleep during the interview with ESPN.Quan Cosby said he was just waiting to hear from his agent about an interested team.ESPN's Mel Kiper said he projected Cosby as a fifth- or sixth-round pick, saying he "rarely dropped a catchable ball."The late few picks of the fourth round are being made right now.12:32 PM: A couple players with Central Texas ties have been selected on the second day of the NFL draft.Tampa Bay took former Killeen Shoemaker and Texas defensive tackle Roy Miller in the third round.

Oklahoma receiver Juaquin Iglesias, a former Killeen High star, also went in the third round, to the Chicago Bears.Texas receiver Quan Cosby, a former Mart star, and Baylor offensive lineman Dan Gay remain on the board, but could go later today.After not making any picks on the first day, the Dallas Cowboys have made several today.

Dallas took Western Illinois linebacker Jason Williams and Ball State offensive tackle Robert Brewster in the third round.The Cowboys then opened the fourth round by taking Texas A&M quarterback Stephen McGee.

They also selected Oregon State linebacker Victor Butler and Texas Tech defensive end Brandon Williams in the fourth round.Permalink | Comments (2) | Post your comment | Categories: Headlines, Pro & college sportsCommentsBy tim April 26, 2009 4:25 PM | Link to this | Report comment abusedont forget about the lampasas high school quarterback taken by the rams in the sixth! keith nullBy KDF April 26, 2009 4:30 PM | Link to this | Report comment abusePosting of the "Round-by-round" picks is what I like to look at, without all the hype that ESPN is doing.

Five dudes, sitting around both days trying to convince how bright they are over the draft.

The number one draft pick can wind up a bad pick, and the guy picked in the 8th round from *Never-heard-of-State East of the Mississipi" can be a pro MVP.

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