The dust has settled on the 2015 NFL draft, but many good Big Ten players never heard their names called. In fact, you could build a pretty good team with the undrafted players.
Kirk Ferentz is the dean of Big Ten coaches as he enters his 17th season at the helm at Iowa. But the program finds itself at a bit of crossroads. Check out our Q&A with the Iowa coach inside.
The decision by Brandon Scherff to return for his senior season paid off—handsomely, as he was the No. 5 overall pick. He won the Outland Trophy that goes to the nation’s best interior lineman. He became the Hawkeyes’ 21st consensus All-American. And Thursday, he became the fifth player in the history of Iowa football to get drafted in the top five. The guy is gonna be a stud. “I set goals for myself that (offensive line coach) Brian Ferentz and coach (Reese) Morgan told me to set for myself, and I accomplished some of those and I’m happy,” Scherff said.
The 2015 NFL Draft just concluded on Saturday evening. However, as is the case every year, pundits are already posting mock drafts for next year's draft.
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 third and final day of the 2015 NFL Draft was a big one for the Big Ten on Saturday. Twenty players were selected in Rounds 4-7, giving the Big Ten a total of 35 draftees. See all of the picks inside.
The drought is over. Brandon Scherff was selected No. 5 by the Washington Redskins in the 2015 NFL Draft on Thursday night, ending the Big Ten's streak of no top 10 picks since 2008.
Randy Gregory was one of the top prospects in the 2015 NFL Draft. He was invited to Chicago to attend the event in the Green Room, after all. [ MORE: Get our NFL draft coverage | View Round 2 & 3 Big Ten picks ] However, due to off-field issues, the 6-foot-6, 240-pound pass-rusher had a longer-than-expected wait to hear his name called. Thursday’s first round came and went without Gregory making the walk across the stage. On Friday, with the second round winding down, the Dallas Cowboys ended Gregory’s wait, taking the ex-Nebraska star with the 60th pick. Gregory,