With the 2015 NFL Draft in the rearview mirror, the Big Ten's 35 draft picks are starting to select their NFL numbers. See all of the confirmed numbers inside.
With 2015 NFL Draft behind us, I decided to take a look back at the previous 10 drafts and select a best and worst pick for each Big Ten team, including Maryland and Rutgers. See my picks inside.
Very rare dunk video 🇬🇧 A video posted by OG Anunoby (@oanunoby) on May 3, 2015 at 6:16pm PDT O.G. Anunoby has yet to don the famed Candy Stripe pants, but Indiana basketball fans are oohing and aahing over the recruit’s athleticism. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out all of our Gone Viral posts ] For good reason, too. Anunoby, a wing player out of Missouri, recently posted a video on Instagram of him throwing down a 180, through-the-legs dunk in slow motion. It was really nice; in fact, it looked like something Victor Oladipo would do. Watch the
Like fun facts? Well, we have one 2015 NFL Draft factoid for every Big Ten football team. See all 14 facts inside.
Thirty-five Big Ten football players were selected in the 2015 NFL Draft. Now, it's time for the players who weren't selected to ink undrafted free agent contracts with the team of their choice.
The 2015 NFL Draft is in the books. Which Big Ten school had the most draft picks? Which NFL teams took the most Big Ten players? Find out those answers, plus so much more, inside.
In a year full of talented Big Ten running backs, Tevin Coleman often was overlooked. [ MORE: Round 1 picks | Rounds 2-3 picks | Rounds 4-7 picks ] Coleman had a similar experience in the 2015 NFL Draft, as the former Indiana star was the fifth running back off the board, going No. 73 to the Atlanta Falcons. Coleman’s family invited BTN to its watch party in Park Forest, Illinois, and we were able to talk to the man of the hour and his father, Wistor. Our cameras also captured the attendees’ reactions to the T.J. Yeldon and Ameer
The second day of the 2015 NFL Draft is in the books. A total of 12 former Big Ten stars were selected in the second day of the NFL Draft, with eight of them landing in the second round, and four in the third round.
The Big Ten had three first-round picks last night to kick off the 2015 NFL Draft. That brings the Big Ten school’s total first-round picks to 57 in the last 11 drafts. Ohio State leads the way with 13 first-round picks, almost twice as many as No. 2 school Wisconsin which has had seven. On Thursday, Iowa offensive lineman Brandon Scherff went No. 5 to the Redskins, Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes went No. 11 to the Vikings and Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon went No. 15 to the Chargers. It is a bit of a surprise to see Illinois No.
Just three Big Ten schools had players picked in the opening round of the draft, with Iowa, Michigan State and Wisconsin being represented. When could other schools see their first player picked? Here is a look at the player most likely to be picked first (or next) from each Big Ten school over the next two days of the draft. You can track the draft at FoxSports.com. Illinois: TE Matt LaCosse, 7th round-FA Indiana: RB Tevin Coleman, 2nd-3rd round Iowa: DT Carl Davis, 2nd-3rd round Maryland: WR Stefon Diggs, 3rd-4th round Michigan: WR Devin Funchess, 3rd-4th round Michigan State: RB