Ohio State Shows NFL Draft Dominance

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2020 NFL draft again featured Ohio football schedule as Buckeye saw 10 players selected in seven rounds and five others who signed undrafted free agent agreements after the draft . During the draft, Scarlet and Gray set a number of NFL records, some of which we have already brought to you.

But the folks in the Ohio athletics department have dug deeper to bring even more impressive dominance to the Buckeye NFL Draft this century.

Here’s what Ohio State communicated to the media regarding the Scarlet and Gray and the NFL Draft:

Columbus, Ohio The Ohio State football program remains one of the dominant programs in the NFL draft after 10 Buckeyes were selected in the 2020 draft from last Thursday to Saturday. The 10 selections were tied for second in this year’s draft among all schools and the total represented the sixth time in school history that at least 10 or more players were selected.

Three selections in the first round – DE Chase Young # 2 in Washington, BC Jeff Okudah # 3 in Detroit and BC Damon Arnette # 19 in Las Vegas – propelled Ohio State to lead all-time with 84 first-round picks. USC is second with 82.

The three first round picks have kept Ohio State tied with Alabama for most first round picks since 2000, with 31 each. It was the fifth consecutive year that Ohio State has developed multiple first-round picks and the sixth time in the past seven years.

45

We love this number in Ohio State … very much! Here’s another reason: Ohio State has had 45 draft picks in the past five years, including 33 in the first three rounds.

8 and 13
Here are two other nice numbers: since 2014, the Buckeyes have had eight defensive backs taken in the first round of the draft. No other school has more than three in the same period. These eight first-round DBs are part of a total of 13 Ohio State defensive players who were selected in the first round at that time, also the largest program in the country.

Larry & Mick

Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Line Coach Larry Johnson can now boast – although he does not – of nine NFL draft picks in the first round, including the best selected defensive linemen in three of the last five projects: Joey Bosa No. 3 overall in 2016; Nick Bosa N ° 2 overall in 2019; and now Chase Young N ° 2 overall in 2020.

Meanwhile, Mick Marotti, Ohio State assistant director of athletics for sports performance, has been a strength / performance trainer for 31 years at four schools – Ohio State, Florida, Notre Dame and Cincinnati – and has seen some of his players drafted: 135 in total, including 27 first-round picks with 17 of these first-round Buckeyes.

A good first 21

The 21 years of this 21st century have indeed had remarkable success for the Ohio State football program. Below, because it’s great to see it all in one place, there are a few more and more draft notes from the NFL, some notable notes since 2000, and a collection of the top 5 lists, with credit for them. experts Choose six previews, which provided the initial research “Since 2000 …”.

Since 2000, the State of Ohio has …

  • 78 defensive players were recruited, the largest number in the country during this period;
  • 32 DBs developed, most of them in the country;
  • 26 DL written, mostly in the nation;
  • 20 WRs written, mostly in the country;
  • 20 LB written, second plus; and
  • 20 OL drafted, third.

Most NFL first-round picks

All the time

  1. Ohio State 84
  2. USC 82
  3. N. Lady 69
  4. Alabama 66
  5. Miami 63
  6. Florida 53
  7. Oklahoma 50
  8. Michigan 48
  9. Tennessee 46
  10. Florida 45

Ohio State Buckeyes at the 2020 NFL Draft
Rd. #

1st 2nd DE Chase Young, Washington Redskins
1st 3rd CB Jeff Okudah, Detroit Lions
1st 19th BC Damon Arnette, Las Vegas Raiders

2nd 55th RB J.K. Dobbins, Baltimore Ravens

3rd 73rd DT DaVon Hamilton, Jacksonville Jaguars

3rd 75th Olympic Games Jonah Jackson, Detroit Lions

3rd 98th LB Malik Harrison, Baltimore Ravens

6th 199th SAF Jordan Fuller, Los Angeles Rams

7th 220th WR K.J. Hill, Los Angeles Chargers

7th 235th DT Jashon Cornell, Detroit Lions

Buckeye 2020 Free Agents

YOU Rashod Berry – New England Patriots

OT Branden bowen – Carolina Panthers

Landers DT Robert “BB” – To be determined

WR Austin Mack – New York Giants

LS Liam McCullough – Las Vegas Raiders

WR Binjimen Victor – New York Giants

* Largest number of first round picks since 2000

  1. 141 – Ohio State
  2. 127 – Alabama
  3. 127 – LSU
  4. 120 – Miami
  5. 117 – Florida
  6. 115 – Georgia
  7. 112 – USC
  8. 109 – FSU
  9. 100 – Oklahoma 101?
  10. 93 – Michigan

* Largest number of first round picks since 2000

31 – Ohio State

31 – Alabama

30 – Miami

24 – Florida State

22 – USC

22 – Florida

* Most defensive players drafted since 2000

78 – Ohio State

71 – Alabama

64 – Florida

60 – Miami

59 – FSU

* Most defensive backs drafted since 2000
32 – Ohio State
25 – Alabama
25 – LSU
24 – Miami
24 – Florida
24 – Virginia Tech

* Most defensive linemen drafted since 2000
26 – Ohio State
26 – Alabama

25 – LSU

25 – Florida

23 – FSU

* Largest receivers designed since 2000
20 – Ohio State
19 – LSU
18 – Florida
16 – USC
15 – Oklahoma

* Most linebackers drafted since 2000
21 – Georgia – 21
20 – Ohio State – 20
20 – Alabama – 20
18 – USC – 18
16 – State of Florida – 16
16 – Oklahoma – 16

* Most offensive liners drafted since 2000
21 – Wisconsin

20 – Alabama

20 – Ohio State

18 – Miami

18 – Notre Dame

* Schools with most NFL draft picks in 2020

14 – LSU

10 – Ohio State

10 – TUN

9 – Alabama

7 – Clemson

7 – Florida

7 – Georgia

7 – Utah

6 – Auburn

6 – Notre Dame

5 – Iowa, Mississippi, Minnesota, Penn State, TCU

* Most project choices for 2020 by conference division

38 – SEC West (5.4 players selected per team on average)

30 – Big Ten East (4.3)

25 – SEC East (3,6)

18 – Big Ten West (2.6)

17 – Pac-12 South (2.8)

* Most of the 2020 projects of choice per conference

67 – SEC

48 – Big Ten

32 – Pac-12

26 – ACC

21 – Large 12

Six double-digit projects for the State of Ohio

14 – 2004

13 – 1975

13 – 1971

12 – 2016

11 – 1976

10 – 2020

12 state of Ohio comics selected the last seven versions; 8 in the first round

2020 – Jeff Okduah, 1st round, Detroit Lions

2020 – Damon Arnette, 1st round, Las Vegas Raiders

2020 – Jordan Fuller, 6th, Tour, Los Angeles Rams

2019 – Kendall sheffield – 4th round, Atlanta Falcons

2018 – Denzel Ward – 1st round, Cleveland Browns

2017 – Marshon Lattimore – 1st round, New Orleans Saints

2017 – Malik Hooker – 1st round, Indianapolis Colts

2017 – Gareon Conley – 1st round, Oakland Raiders

2016 – Eli Apple, 1st round, New York Giants
2016 – Vonn Bell, 2nd round, New Orleans Saints
2015 – Doran Grant, 4th round, Pittsburgh Steelers
2014 – Bradley Roby, 1st round, Denver Broncos

11 Buckeyes drafted under Larry Johnson

2020 1st Chase Young, Washington Redskins

2020 3rd DaVon Hamilton, Jacksonville Jaguars

2020 7th Jashon Cornell, Detroit Lions

2019 1st Nick Bosa, San Francisco 49ers

2019 3rd Dre’Mont Jones, Denver Broncos

2018 2nd Tyquan Lewis, Indianapolis Colts

2018 3rd Sam Hubbard, Cincinnati Bengals

4th 2018 Jalyn Holmes, Minnesota Vikings

2016 1st Joey Bosa, Los Angeles Chargers

2016 3rd Adolphus Washington, Buffalo Bills

2015 6th Michael Bennett, Jacksonville Jaguars

“Stud’s” Ohio State NFL Draft Picks

2020 3rd Jonah Jackson, Detroit Lions

2019 4th Michael Jordan, Cincinnati Bengals

2019 6th Isaiah Prince, Miami Dolphins

2018 1st Billy price, Cincinnati Bengals

5th 2018 Jamarco Jones, Seattle Seahawks

2017 3rd Pat elflein, Minnesota Vikings

* Research credit for Pick Six Previews



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