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UCLA NFL Draft history: Eric Kendricks, Akeem Ayers some of the best picks

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Punter Jeff Locke, picked 155th overall in 5th round of 2013 draft by Minnesota Vikings: Locke has become a very consistent punter in the NFL, booting punts for Minnesota pretty consistently the past three seasons.

Linebacker Eric Kendricks, picked 45th overall in 2nd round of 2015 draft by Minnesota Vikings: Kendricks had an outstanding career with the Bruins, and he’s looking like he’s going to be just fine in the pros. Kendricks racked up the tackles in his first year in Minnesota without much trouble.

Safety Rahim Moore, picked 45th overall in 2nd round of 2011 draft by the Denver Broncos: Moore has struggled to stay healthy in recent seasons, but he had a really strong run with the Broncos, logging over 200 tackles in his time in the Mile High City.

Linebacker Akeem Ayers, picked 39th overall in 2nd round of 2011 draft by the Tennessee Titans: Ayers has been a steady contributor in his half decade in the league, recording nearly 300 tackles in several stints with the Titans, Patriots and the Rams.