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LGHL Ohio State tied record for the most picks in the first two rounds in a single draft

Discussion in 'News' started by Harry Lyles Jr., Apr 29, 2016.

  1. Ohio State tied record for the most picks in the first two rounds in a single draft
    Harry Lyles Jr.
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    The Buckeyes have tied an NFL Draft record.

    It was expected that the Ohio State Buckeyes would be involed in some history during the 2016 NFL Draft, and they tied some on Friday night, after Michael Thomas and Vonn Bell were drafted to the New Orleans Saints in the second round.

    With the picks of Thomas and Bell, the Buckeyes have the most picks in the first two rounds in a single draft in the common era. The Buckeyes had Joey Bosa, Ezekiel Elliott, and Eli Apple all go in the first 10 picks of the draft. Taylor Decker, and Darron Lee also went in the first round.

    This is certainly a great selling point for Urban Meyer and his program, who have had quite the successful past couple of seasons with a College Football Playoff National Championship, and a Fiesta Bowl victory.

    The great thing is, there are surely more Buckeyes to come as the NFL Draft moves along.

    Go Bucks!

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