By Matt LaPan
Next on the list is Ohio State, checking in with 14 players selected in the first round.
Ohio State has seen varying degrees of success in its recent draft history. Most notably is 2006, when the Buckeyes had five players selected in the first round: Pro Bowlers A.J. Hawk, Donte Whitner and Nick Mangold, as well as Bobby Carpenter and Super Bowl XLIII MVP Santonio Holmes.
Ohio State players have, more often than not, turned out to be starters in the NFL, the one extreme exception being Vernon Gholston (No. 6, 2008).
Best Picks: Nick Mangold (2006), Donte Whitner (2006), Santonio Holmes (2006)
Worst Picks: Vernon Gholston (2008), Ted Ginn Jr. (2007), Michael Jenkins (2004)