When it comes to producing running backs recently, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin lead the way in the Big Ten, with each having four picked since the 2008 NFL draft.
Penn State traditionally is known as “Linebacker U.” But you also can think about it as “Defensive Line U,” as the Nittany Lions have had more d-linemen picked than any other Big Ten school in the last 10 NFL drafts. Penn State has had nine defensive linemen taken since 2008, including two first-rounders: Aaron Maybin in 2009 and Jared Odrick in 2010. Michigan is just one behind the Nittany Lions with eight defensive linemen selected in the last 10 NFL drafts, including two first-rounders: Brandon Graham was tabbed in the first round in 2010 and Taco Charlton in 2017. Iowa
When it comes to producing offensive linemen, no Big Ten school can match Wisconsin. But Iowa isn’t far behind. Here is a look at the offensive line production for the Big Ten in the last 10 NFL drafts.
The 2018 NFL Draft is fast approaching, and here is a look, courtesy of BTN senior writer Tom Dienhart, at receivers taken at each Big Ten school over the past 10 NFL drafts.
Can you believe the Badgers have had 10 offensive linemen selected in the NFL Draft over the last 10 years? Believe it. Take a look at Wisconsin's last ten years of NFL picks.
Rutgers hasn't been in the Big Ten Conference for ten years so you may be surprised to see their NFL Draft history over the last decade.
Let's look back at the last 10 years of NFL Draft picks from Purdue.
This year, Penn State has two likely first-round NFL Draft picks in RB Saquon Barkley and TE Mike Gesicki. How has Penn State done over the past ten years?
Pat Fitzgerald's program has had two quarterbacks picked since 2010. Let's take a closer look at the recent NFL Draft history for Northwestern.
The Golden Gophers have had just 12 players picked in the last 10 NFL Drafts, Let's take a deeper look at all ten of those drafts.