In case you haven't heard, the Ohio State Buckeyes are dominating the 2016 NFL Draft. The Buckeyes had three of the first 10 overall picks in the draft, and set a record Friday night with the most picks in the first three rounds of the NFL Draft with 10 players selected. Now, the Buckeyes have had a player selected from every position group in the draft.
The fun started for the Buckeyes when defensive end Joey Bosa at No. 3 overall to the Chargers. Jerry Jones couldn't resist the urge to draft the most complete running back in the draft in Ezekiel Elliott at the No. 4 spot. The Buckeyes then had a cornerback selected at the No. 10 overall pick in Eli Apple to the New York Giants.
Taylor Decker gave the Buckeyes an offensive lineman selected at No. 16 overall to the Detroit Lions. The Buckeyes had a pair of linebackers, Darron Lee at No. 20 to the Jets, and Joshua Perry to the Chargers at No. 102. Wide Receiver Michael Thomas went to the New Orleans Saints at No. 47, and safety Vonn Bell joined him in New Orleans with the 61st pick.
At defensive tackle, Adolphus Washington went to the Buffalo Bills at No. 80, and was followed up shortly by wide receiver Braxton Miller, who went to the Houston Texans with the 85th overall pick. Tight end Nick Vannett went to the Seattle Seahawks nine picks later, and with the 139th pick, the Buffalo Bills selected Cardale Jones to continue his football career with college teammate Adolphus Washington.
The Buckeyes defense was one of the team's greater strengths from the 2015 season, and to see the majority of them drafted within the first 102 picks was a fitting end to their Ohio State careers.