SELECTED BY NEW YORK , ROUND 7, PICK 35, OVERALL PICK 236
RB | (6-1, 233, 4.72) | Colorado
By Pro Football WeeklyNotes: Redshirted in 1998. Started two of nine games in '99, carrying twice for eight yards and catching four passes for 42 yards. Played in every game in 2000 but touched the ball only four times. Started every game in '01, carrying 7-19 and catching 14-102. Had his right knee scoped in January and had hernia surgery in February, but came back to start in '02. Carried 11-128 and four touchdowns and caught 18-145.Positives: Unselfish, complementary back who will do all the dirty work. Very tough and hardnosed blocker who tries to be physical despite his lack of great size. Good receiver who may not look pretty but hangs onto the ball. Tough inside runner with some pick and vision.Negatives: Lacks natural size as a true fullback. Is not a gifted runner, is a little stiff and struggles to adjust as a blocker. Because he goes 110 percent at all times and has had injury problems in the past, durability and longevity could become a concern.Summary: One of the best fullbacks in the draft, Drumm will give you his all and is tough.* Player biographies are provided by Pro Football Weekly.