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The Lions’ best pick in each NFL Draft since 2000

2010: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska

Suh stomped his way into the top spot of 2010’s class due to his dominant play in a Lions uniform. The No. 2 overall pick lived up to his billing here and was immediately recognized as a defensive force in the league.

Suh accumulated 238 tackles and 36 sacks during his five years in Detroit, outperforming fellow 2010 draftees Jahvid Best, Amari Spievey, and Willie Young.

Suh bolted Detroit for warmer pastures in Miami last off-season, but you can still see plenty of No. 90 jerseys at Ford Field on any given Sunday.

Written by Ryan Griffin

My name is Ryan, I'm the Pistons editor for DSN. My hobbies include listening to better music than you and watching unhealthy amounts of Always Sunny.

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