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Look back at this great feature on former MSU star Jack Conklin

You may remember this past April when BTN featured former Michigan State standout Jack Conklin as he prepared for the 2016 NFL Draft. With no Division I scholarship out of Plainwell High School in Plainwell, Michigan, Conklin defied odds en route to becoming a premier offensive lineman at Michigan State and a first round NFL draft pick. Conklin was selected with the No. 8 pick in this year’s draft by the Tennessee Titans. He was the second offensive lineman off the board. Take a look back as BTN host Mike Hall profiles the former Michigan State walk-on-turned-star’s story, one that

Here's what number Big Ten 2016 NFL Draft picks will wear

With the 2016 NFL Draft in the books, several of the 47 Big Ten selections are being assigned their pro numbers. [ MORE: Round 1 Big Ten picks | Rounds 2-3 | Rounds 4-7 ] Check out the full list below. Missing numbers will be updated as they are announced. Know a missing player’s number? Please leave it as a comment at the bottom of this post. ROUND 1 3. Joey Bosa (Ohio State), Chargers – 99 4. Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State), Cowboys – 21 8. Jack Conklin (Michigan State), Titans – 78 10. Eli Apple (Ohio State), Giants –

Dienhart: Check out my 2016 All-Big Ten Undrafted Team

Many good Big Ten players were selected in the 2016 NFL draft. There were 47 of them, to be exact. But many more never heard their name called. In fact, you could make a pretty good team from the undrafted Big Ten players. [ MORE: See which undrafted Big Ten players inked rookie free-agent deals ] Check it out. And count on many of these guys making rosters as undrafted players. BTN.com All-Undrafted Team OFFENSE QB Joel Stave, Wisconsin (Vikings) RB Josh Ferguson, Illinois (Colts) RB Brandon Ross, Maryland (Vikings) WR Geronimo Allison, Illinois (Packers) WR Alex Erickson, Wisconsin (Bengals)

NFL teams introduce 2016 Big Ten first-round draft picks

The NFL draft is a whirlwind for top prospects. [ MORE: Former Big Ten names ink undrafted free-agent deals ] Not only do a majority of them travel to the draft, to be in the green room, but they’re typically introduced in their new home city the following day. The Big Ten had six players in Chicago on Thursday night,  and all of them were taken in the first round, including three former Ohio State stars in the top 10. Ohio State defensive lineman Joey Bosa went No. 3 to pace the Big Ten’s 47 selections, second only to the

See which undrafted Big Ten names inked rookie free-agent deals

Forty-seven former Big Ten stars were selected in the 2016 NFL Draft, held Thursday-Saturday in Chicago. What about the familiar names who went undrafted? [ MORE: Round 1 Big Ten picks | Rounds 2-3 | Rounds 4-7 ] Well, many of them spent Saturday night and Sunday morning finalizing rookie free-agent deals. See the reported deals thus far below. ILLINOIS WR Geronimo Allison, Green Bay Packers DB V’Angelo Bentley, New England Patriots RB Josh Ferguson, Indianapolis Colts Thank you God.! 🙏🏾🙌🏾 pic.twitter.com/tvKOaSOB5R — V'Angelo Bentley (@VBentley_2) May 1, 2016 *** INDIANA TE Michael Cooper, Washington Redskins DL Darius Latham, Oakland

One fun fact for every Big Ten team from 2016 NFL Draft

Big Ten football teams have storied pasts, so it’s no surprise that many of them boast impressive NFL draft resumes. [ MORE: Round 1 Big Ten picks | Rounds 2-3 | Rounds 4-7 ] Like, for example, did you know that three (Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska) of the five schools to have at least one draft pick in each of the last 50 drafts reside in the Big Ten? Or, that Nebraska is the only program with multiple selections in every draft during the modern era? Check out some fun Big Ten nuggets following the 2016 NFL Draft, held Thursday-Saturday

Watch Cardale Jones react to being drafted by Buffalo Bills

Cardale Jones was one of an eye-popping 12 Ohio State players drafted in the 2016 NFL Draft. [ MORE: Round 1 Big Ten picks | Rounds 2-3 | Rounds 4-7 ] Jones heard his name called Saturday when the Buffalo Bills tabbed the 2014 national championship quarterback with the final pick in the fourth round. One could say Jones was excited to see his dream realized. I mean, he does rip his shirt in half. Watch Jones’ full reaction to being selected in the video at the top of this post. *** @BTNBrentYarina @CJ12_ @buffalobills @11W Brent, here is a

Dienhart: Big Ten and the 2016 NFL Draft at a glance

The 2016 NFL Draft is over. And the Big Ten was very productive, headed by Ohio State having 12 selections. [ MORE: Round 1 Big Ten picks | Rounds 2-3 | Rounds 4-7 ] The Big Ten also had five QBs picked in Penn State’s Christian Hackenberg, Michigan State’s Connor Cook, Michigan’s Jake Rudock, Indiana’s Nate Sudfeld and Ohio State’s Cardale Jones. Every Big Ten team had a player picked but Iowa had to wait until the seventh round to get a selection. Here is an at-a-glance look at the Big Ten and the draft. Most impressive: Ohio State. Entering

Watch Joey Bosa announce Chargers' pick of Joshua Perry

Every year, it seems, there are several made-for-TV moments during the NFL draft. The 2016 event is no different, and there was a very cool Big Ten, in particular Ohio State, moment Saturday. San Diego had first-round pick Joey Bosa, the No. 3 selection Friday night, to be exact, announce the team’s fourth-round selection from team headquarters. That was cool in its own right, but the fact the pick was former Ohio State defensive player Joshua Perry made it even more special. Watch Bosa announce the Perry pick in the video above. If you’re counting at home, Perry was Ohio