Last year Michigan State kept its 79-year NFL Draft streak alive when Jacksonville took Josiah Scott late in the 4th round. Kenny Willekes heard his name called in the 7th round, and that was it for the Spartans.
This year that streak came to an end.
Michigan State fails to have a player drafted for the first time since 1941, ending an 80-year streak, the third-longest in college football.— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) May 1, 2021
Michigan State was one of six Power 5 schools that did not have a single player drafted this year, along with Kansas, Rutgers, Utah, Virginia and Washington State (h/t RedditCFB).
Ohio State's NFL Draft streak stands at 24 years. No Buckeyes were taken in 1998, when the team entered the offseason with a nearly unanimous No.1 national ranking.