Found March 20, 2013 on Football Nation:
We all have regrets in life and when we reflect on those regrets we often ask what were we thinking.  For example, did I really date him/her or,did I just waste three hours of my life and watch Titanic for the third time? Regrets are also made by our favorite football teams on draft days. The San Francisco 49ers, who are often praised for the draft picks, have made a few mistakes. One of the biggest blunder was picking Jim Druckenmiller with their First Round pick in 1997. Druckenmiller is easily the worse pick in 49ers history and below are the reason why and also what players they missed out on that could have propelled their franchise to a few more championships.Jim Druckenmiller came into the draft with some hype backing him. First of all he was at Virginia Tech, where he played in a pro-style offense under the tutelage of Hall of Fame coach Frank Beamer. Also, Druckenmiller's completion percentage while in Blacksburg was well over 50%, so there was a lot to like about him. ...
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