Originally posted on It's Always Sunny in Detroit  |  Last updated 4/30/12
The Detroit Lions drafted some bigger names from big-time schools this past weekend.  Three players from Oklahoma one from Iowa.  And they also took a couple from smaller schools – New Mexico State, Temple and Louisiana-Lafayette.  In the sixth round, they drafted a cornerback from Division III Albion College in Albion, Michigan.  His name is Chris Greenwood. Greenwood became the fourth Albion Briton ever and the first since 1967 to be drafted by an NFL team.  In fact, Greenwood became the first player in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (Albion’s conference) to be drafted since 1967.  The trip to the NFL for Greenwood is just a bit longer than his trip to Albion.  A graduate of Detroit King, Greenwood found himself at Division II Northwood University in Midland, MI out of high school.  Not feeling the team was a “family”, he left there to play at D-I Eastern Michigan.  Having not played a down for EMU, Greenwood decided that Albion was the first place for him. Being  a
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