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Warren Sapp and Michael Strahan share a laugh during a charity event at Tao in New York City on July 9, 2006. (Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

Warren Sapp and Michael Strahan share a laugh during a charity event at Tao in New York City on July 9, 2006. (Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

Charlie Ward runs away from Warren Sapp during a 1992 Florida State-Miami game. On this day in 1993, Ward was named winner of the Heisman Trophy, beating out Tennessee’s Heath Shuler, Alabama’s David Palmer and San Diego State’s Marshall Faulk. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)

SI VAULT: Ward is as All-American as an athlete could be (12.27.93)

Charlie Ward runs away from Warren Sapp during a 1992 Florida State-Miami game. On this day in 1993, Ward was named winner of the Heisman Trophy, beating out Tennessee’s Heath Shuler, Alabama’s David Palmer and San Diego State’s Marshall Faulk. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)
SI VAULT: Ward is as All-American as an athlete could be (12.27.93)

In this week’s Monday Morning Quarterback, SI’s Peter King looks at the draft’s top two prospects - Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III - and who will be more successful at the next level. In its 1995 Mock Draft, SI predicted Ki-Jana Carter and Tony Boselli would be the first two picks while Miami DT Warren Sapp would fall to the Jets at No. 9. The first two picks would up being Carter and Boselli but Sapp fell to the Buccaneers at No. 13 while the Jets chose TE Kyle Brady. (Bill Frakes/SI)

SI VAULT: Dr. Z’s 1995 NFL Mock Draft
KING MMQB: Scouting reports on Luck, Griffin and other draft notes
PAULINE: The top 50 prospects for the 2012 Draft
AFC FREE AGENT LOOK: East | West | North | South
NFC FREE AGENT LOOK: East | West | North | South

In this week’s Monday Morning Quarterback, SI’s Peter King looks at the draft’s top two prospects - Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III - and who will be more successful at the next level. In its 1995 Mock Draft, SI predicted Ki-Jana Carter and Tony Boselli would be the first two picks while Miami DT Warren Sapp would fall to the Jets at No. 9. The first two picks would up being Carter and Boselli but Sapp fell to the Buccaneers at No. 13 while the Jets chose TE Kyle Brady. (Bill Frakes/SI)
SI VAULT: Dr. Z’s 1995 NFL Mock DraftKING MMQB: Scouting reports on Luck, Griffin and other draft notesPAULINE: The top 50 prospects for the 2012 DraftAFC FREE AGENT LOOK: East | West | North | SouthNFC FREE AGENT LOOK: East | West | North | South

Florida State quarterback Charlie Ward runs free from Miami defensive lineman Warren Sapp during a 1992 Seminoles-Hurricanes game. Miami, who was ranked No. 1 in the nation, would go onto beat No. 3 Florida State, 19-13. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)

Florida State quarterback Charlie Ward runs free from Miami defensive lineman Warren Sapp during a 1992 Seminoles-Hurricanes game. Miami, who was ranked No. 1 in the nation, would go onto beat No. 3 Florida State, 19-13. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)