Sports·Posted on Jun 5, 201214 NFL Players Who Were Drafted To Play Pro BaseballWith the Major League Baseball's draft currently happening, it's time to remember some football stars who you may not have known were drafted to play America's pastime.by Jack MooreBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Michael Vick Rob Carr / Getty Images Round: 30thYear: 2000Team: Colorado RockiesPosition:N/A. Notes: Vick was so athletic that he was drafted despite not having played baseball since 8th grade. 2. Tom Brady Elsa / Getty Images Round: 18thYear: 1995Team: Montreal ExposPosition: CatcherNotes: Brady was drafted out of high school, but decided to go play football at Michigan. 3. Cedric Benson Andy Lyons / Getty Images Round: 12thYear: 2001Team: Los Angeles DodgersPosition: Center FieldNotes: Benson was drafted out of high school and spent that summer playing with the Dodgers rookie summer league team, before deciding to play football at Texas. 4. Daunte Culpepper Getty Images / Getty Images Round: 26thYear: 1995Team: New York YankeesPosition: OutfieldNotes: Culpepper chose to focus on football and went to UCF. 5. John Elway Round: 2ndYear: 1981Team: New York YankeesPosition: Right Field / PitcherNotes: Elway used his high draft position with the Yankees to force a trade out of Indianapolis (the franchise that had originally drafted him). Had they not traded him, Elway threatened to play pro baseball. 6. Jake Locker Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images Round: 10thYear: 2009Team: Los Angeles Angels Of AnaheimPosition: OutfieldNotes: Locker has said that baseball is his fallback plan, should football not work out. 7. Dan Marino Round: 4thYear: 1979Team: Kansas City RoyalsPosition: PitcherNotes: Marino was drafted out of high school, but decided to go to University of Pittsburgh to play football. 8. Antwaan Randle El Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images Round: 14thYear: 1997Team: Chicago CubsPosition: Center FieldNotes: Randle El played baseball, basketball, and football at Indiana University, where he was a star quarterback. 9. Matt Moore Marc Serota / Getty Images Round: 22ndYear: 2004Team: Los Angeles Angels Of AnaheimPosition: Short Stop / Third BaseNotes: Moore was drafted in 2004 despite not playing baseball since he had graduated high school in 2002. 10. Jack Del Rio Stephen Morton / AP Round: 22ndYear: 1981Team: Toronto Blue JaysPosition: First BaseNotes: Del Rio was drafted out of high school, before deciding to go to USC to play football. 11. Golden Tate Jonathan Ferrey / Getty Images Round: 42nd, 50thYear: 2007, 2010Team: Arizona Diamondbacks, San Francisco GiantsPosition: OutfieldNotes: Tate was drafted initially after high school, before going to Notre Dame to play both baseball and football. He was drafted again in 2010. 12. Javon Walker Chris McGrath / Getty Images Round: 8thYear: 1997Team: Florida MarlinsPosition: OFNotes: Walker spent three years in the Marlins farm system before going back to school where he played football. 13. Ricky Williams Getty Images / Getty Images Round: 8thYear: 1995Team: Philadelphia PhilliesPosition: OFNotes: Williams played four years of minor league ball while attending Texas to play football. 14. Deion Sanders Round: 30thYear: 1988Team: New York YankeesPosition: OutfieldNotes: Deion would go on to play professional baseball while playing professional football. At one point he played for both the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta Braves and is still the only player to hit a home run and score a touchdown in the same week.