Then you should see plenty of ILB's going in the first, as there are 2 more ILB's when playing the 34.
What it means is that the positions value is diminishing in todays NFL.
Go back and take a look at how often RB was drafted really high in the past...like say 30 years, and compare it to today. Same can be said for LB.
Order of importance goes a little something like this: QB, DE, OT, DT, CB.
The positions that Hurney likes to draft high, and resign for major bucks is not high on that list. LB's and RB's that don't rush the passer are no longer "cogs" like they once were.
Summary: A metric analysis drawn from a weighted scale whereby points are given for SB wins, SB appearances, playoff wins, playoff appearances, etc... and cross-referenced with players voted as All-pro. Conclusion: Most important positions in today's NFL are in order, QB, C, S, ILB, OLB, CB, OG, DT, WR, DE, OT, TE, RB.