The last time a player from Princeton was selected in the draft was in 2001, when the Seattle Seahawks took offensive tackle Dennis Norman in the seventh round. Princeton's most notable alum in the NFL is Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, who also was a quarterback for the team from 1993 to 1999. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
He developed himself into a pro prospect and had scouts making unscheduled pit stops on Princeton's campus last season as he was awarded the Bushnell Cup as the Ivy League's top devensive player. He also earned an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game.
Catapano has some limitations, but he's a prospect you shouldn't bet against. He had several visits with NFL teams before the draft, some who worked him out at defensive end and others who wanted to see if he's a potential convert to outside linebacker.
He is seeking to become the first player from Princeton drafted since the Seattle Seahawks took offensive tackle Dennis Norman in the seventh round.
WEAKNESSES: Catapano isn't an elite athlete and lacks natural burst. Struggles to bend or win with leverage.