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Article ranking top LB schools based on last 15 years of NFL drafts, looking at first three rounds. OSU clocks in at no. 5; Miami at no 1. PSU at no 11.
No. 5. Ohio State
* The Data: Top-Three Round Picks: 7; First-Round Picks: 4.
* The Skinny: Ohio State has produced four first-round linebackers in the last 15 years, including Andy Katzenmoyer (1999), A.J. Hawk (2006), Bobby Carpenter (2006) and Vernon Gholston (2008). Gholston played defensive end at OSU, but was drafted as a linebacker. James Laurinaitis (second round, 2009) is another notable.
Ohio State was also in the top 10 with a No. 2 finish in defensive backs and fourth with wide receivers.
Here is the link to WRS
4. Ohio State
* The Data: Top-Three Round Picks: 7; First-Round Picks: 5.
* The Skinny: In the last 15 years, no school has had more wide receivers taken in the first round of the NFL draft than Ohio State. That group includes David Boston (1999), Michael Jenkins (2004), Santonio Holmes (2006), Ted Ginn Jr. (2007) and Anthony Gonzalez (2007).
Here is the link to DBs
2. Ohio State
* The Data: Top-Three Round Picks: 10; First-Round Picks: 6.
* The Skinny: Ohio State was fourth in the wide receiver analysis and now checks in No. 2 here in the secondary. The Buckeyes have produced a wealth of DB talent throughout the survey period.
Notables have included Antoine Winfield (first round, 1999), Nate Clements (first round, 2001), Mike Doss (second round, 2003), Chris Gamble (first round, 2004), Donte Whitner (first round, 2006) and Malcolm Jenkins (first round, 2009). Bradley Roby could add to this pedigree either in the 2014 draft if he comes out or in 2015.