Over the past 10 years, there have been 810 players drafted in the 6th and 7th rounds of the NFL Draft. Only 13 of them have ever made a Pro Bowl (4 of them were for Special Teams). This equates to a 1.6% chance of anyone drafted after the 5th round making a Pro Bowl. Obviously, a Pro Bowl appearance isn't the only way to determine whether a player is good, but if you can turn that 1.6% chance into a proven commodity, you do it every time. I'll never understand NFL organization's fascination with draft picks.