It’s been a good haul for Ohio State thus far in the 2018 NFL Draft, with five Buckeyes getting drafted in the first three rounds — making it 38 total draft picks in Urban Meyer’s six seasons in Columbus. The three-round total is also the most for any school so far in 2018.
Saturday’s final four rounds will get underway at noon ET, and there’s still plenty of Buckeye talent left on the board. Some of the top names still available out of Ohio State include OT Jamarco Jones and DE Jalyn Holmes, plus some guys expected to go near the end of the afternoon like QB J.T. Barrett, LB Chris Worley, SAF Damon Webb, and TE Marcus Baugh.
We’ll be keeping track as more Ohio State alumni make their way to the NFL, and will follow-up with all of the fun undrafted free agent news.
Buckeyes picked in Round 4
No. 102 - Jalyn Holmes, Minnesota Vikings
We didn’t have to wait long on Saturday for another Buckeye to come off the board. The Vikings added Holmes to their defense with the second overall pick of the day -- which wasn’t entirely surprising given he was expected to be a Day 2 pick heading into the draft.
Buckeyes picked in Round 5
No. 168 - Jamarco Jones, Seattle Seahawks
He was one of the top players still available near the end of the fifth round and Pete Carroll and crew swooped up the Buckeye offensive tackle. Jones is used to protecting mobile quarterbacks, so he should fit right in keeping up with Russell Wilson.
Here’s everything that’s happened ahead of Saturday’s final rounds:
Buckeyes picked in Round 1
No. 4 - Denzel Ward, Cleveland Browns
No. 21 - Billy Price, Cincinnati Bengals
Buckeyes picked in Round 2
No. 64 - Tyquan Lewis, Indianapolis Colts
Buckeyes picked in Round 3
No. 73 - Jerome Baker, Miami Dolphins
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No. 77 - Sam Hubbard, Cincinnati Bengals