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By the numbers: Lions 2017 draft class

To celebrate rookie minicamp being upon us, here's a look at one impressive statistic for each of the Detroit Lions' nine draft picks:

1: Touchdowns allowed by linebacker Jarrad Davis in coverage on 66 career targets during his college career, per Pro Football Focus.

33: Career pass breakups for cornerback Teez Tabor, which ranks sixth all-time at Florida.

1,000: Receiver Kenny Golladay topped the 1,000-yard marker in each of his last two seasons at Northern Illinois. He also chipped in 18 touchdowns over that span.

16: Touchdown catches collected by tight end Michael Roberts in 2016, which finished second in the MAC and tied for seventh-most in conference history.

100: Linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin topped 100 tackles in both his sophomore and junior seasons at Tennessee.

48: Cornerback Jamal Agnew is San Diego's all-time leader in pass breakups with 48.

9,968: Quarterback Brad Kaaya left Miami as the school's all-time leader in passing yards. He also holds the record for completions (720) and attempts (1,188).

7.5 & 5.5: Jeremiah Ledbetter, who the Lions drafted with their second sixth-round pick, led Arkansas in both tackles for loss (7.5) and sacks (5.5) last season.

20: Career sacks recorded by defensive end Pat O'Connor, which makes him Eastern Michigan's career leader. O'Connor's five forced fumbles in 2016 were fourth-most in FBS football.

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