16 Big Ten players selected on final day of NFL Draft, Michigan tops NCAA with 11 total
After 19 Big Ten players were selected in the first three rounds of the 2017 NFL Draft, 16 more were selected throughout the final four rounds on Saturday for a grand total of 35.
Michigan racked up the highest number of picks in school history with 11, which was also good for the highest number of 2017 selections from one school in the NCAA. Ohio State came in second in the Big Ten with seven.
All of the Big Ten’s picks from rounds 4-7 are below.
Wisconsin LB Vince Biegel – Green Bay Packers (No. 108)
Iowa DT Jaleel Johnson – Minnesota Vikings (No. 109)
Michigan LB Ben Gedeon – Minnesota Vikings (No. 120)
Michigan State S Montae Nicholson – Washington Redskins (No. 123)
Michigan DT Ryan Glasgow – Cincinnati (No. 138)
Michigan WR Jehu Chesson – Kansas City Chiefs (No. 139)
Michigan TE Jake Butt – Denver Broncos (No. 145)
Iowa TE George Kittle – San Francisco 49ers (No. 146)
Iowa CB Desmond King – Los Angeles Chargers (No. 151)
Northwestern LB Anthony Walker – Indianapolis Colts (No. 161)
Purdue WR DeAngelo Yancey – Green Bay Packers (No. 175)
Nebraska S Nathan Gerry – Philadelphia Eagles (No. 184)
Michigan CB Jeremy Clark – New York Jets (No. 197)
Northwestern DE Ifeadi Odenigbo – Minnesota Vikings (No. 220)
Minnesota CB Jalen Myrick – Jacksonville Jaguars (No. 222)
Ohio State WR Noah Brown – Dallas Cowboys (No. 239)