As some Buckeyes see their NFL dreams come true, this is your one-stop shop to keep track of every pick, which Buckeyes are still on the board, some interesting storylines, and more.
For the second-straight year, Ohio State had double-digit draft picks, tying Alabama for the most picks in this year's draft and becoming the only team to have double-digit picks in both this year's class and last year's.
Here's a rundown of how the draft shook out.
Round 1, Pick 12: Justin Fields, Chicago Bears
- It was later than expected, but Justin Fields went to the Chicago Bears with the No. 11 overall pick.
- Following the Fields pick, Ohio State players and coaches went properly nuts on Twitter.
- Fields wasn't bothered by slipping in the draft, saying "everything happens for a reason."
- The Bears felt fortunate they were able to trade up for Fields and liked his toughness and focus.
- Ryan Day said a second consecutive top-15 quarterback in the draft is "great for recruiting."
F1ELDS. pic.twitter.com/E9E9b3pXgF— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) April 30, 2021
"At least a quarter of the league believe [he] was the best QB available. Better than the guy who went No. 1." @cfrelund breaks down a few of the best value picks in the 2021 #NFLDraft pic.twitter.com/Hdaehb99sV— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) May 1, 2021
Round 2, Pick 60: Pete Werner, New Orleans Saints
- The second Buckeye off the board, linebacker Pete Werner was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the second round with the No. 60 overall pick.
Very athletic, great instincts, tough, played Will linebacker but we see him having some versatility. Real good in pass coverage and super smart. Really high, high football makeup. They speak so highly of him there, all of his coaches, all of the people involved at Ohio State. https://t.co/lFP568LJ8g— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) May 1, 2021
Round 2, Pick 62: Josh Myers, Green Bay Packers
- Following the departure of fellow former Buckeye center Corey Linsley, Josh Myers was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the second round with the No. 62 overall pick.
Josh Myers said he knows Corey Linsley, has talked with him on several occasions and has watched him play.— Lily Zhao (@LilySZhao) May 1, 2021
On the chance to replace Linsley's spot: "It would mean everything to me." #Packers
Round 3, Pick 86: Wyatt Davis, Minnesota Vikings
- After a unanimous All-American season, Wyatt Davis was selected in the third round with the No. 86 overall pick by the Minnesota Vikings.
Wyatt Davis on being drafted by the Minnesota Vikings: Everyone in my family's ecstatic. Everyone's still screaming and yelling right now.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) May 1, 2021
He says he thinks he's going to fit perfectly in the Vikings' offensive scheme.
Round 3, Pick 88: Trey Sermon, San Francisco 49ers
- Following his hot streak to end the season, Trey Sermon was picked in the third round with the No. 88 overall pick by the San Francisco 49ers.
#49ers 3rd-round RB Trey Sermon: "I know I fit in well with what they do. I know they love the outside zone a lot and that was our bread and butter at Ohio State. This is a great fit for me and Im going to be able to have a big impact."— Cam Inman (@CamInman) May 1, 2021
Round 3, Pick 105: Baron Browning, Denver Broncos
- It was later than he expected, but Baron Browning was eventually selected by the Denver Broncos at the end of the third round with the No. 105 overall pick.
Baron Browning: I definitely thought I would be going higher in the draft— Zac Stevens (@ZacStevensDNVR) May 1, 2021
Im definitely going to have a chip on my shoulder
Im just ready to play some football
Browning says he feels more comfortable at OLB than ILB. But that he'll play anywhere.— George Stoia III (@GeorgeStoia) May 1, 2021
"Hell, I'll be play kicker."
Round 4, Pick 132: Tommy Togiai, Cleveland Browns
- Tommy Togiai is staying in the Buckeye State as the Cleveland Browns selected him in the fourth round with the No. 132 overall pick.
- Togiai has no regrets about leaving Ohio State early because he “was betting on myself.”
Cleveland Browns director of player personnel Dan Saganey: Ohio State's such a great program, any time you add a guy out of there, you feel pretty great about what you're getting.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) May 1, 2021
Tommy Togiai: I love Ohio, and I'm just excited to go back to Ohio and get to work.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) May 1, 2021
Round 5, Pick 145: Luke Farrell, Jacksonville Jaguars
- Luke Farrell is reuniting with Urban Meyer as the Jacksonville Jaguars selected him at the top of the fifth round with the No. 145 overall pick.
Tight End Luke Farrell visits with Jacksonville media on a conference call after his selection in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL Draft.— #DUUUVAL (@Jaguars) May 1, 2021
:NFL Draft on @NFLNetwork; Draft-a-thon on @NFL https://t.co/Mi21q6s1ik
Luke Farrell on being drafted by Urban Meyer: I know that Coach Meyer knows what I'm capable of, and what my game is ... It's definitely really familiar getting that phone call, similar to a phone call I got when I was a sophomore in high school.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) May 1, 2021
Luke Farrell on potentially playing with Tim Tebow in Jacksonville: Definitely would not mind having that guy in my room.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) May 1, 2021
Six years ago... https://t.co/rjS1CgMo0k— Colin Hass-Hill (@chasshill) May 1, 2021
Round 5, Pick 160: Shaun Wade, Baltimore Ravens
- Shaun Wade waited longer than he could have imagined but finally came off the board when the Ravens took him with the No. 160 overall selection.
Shaun Wade on his wait to be drafted: It's just a blessing to be drafted. I'm part of the one-percenters. That's what one of my coaches texted me today, you've gotta enjoy the moment that you're part of the one-percenters, and this is everybody's dream, just to get drafted.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) May 1, 2021
Shaun Wade said he is excited to join his former Ohio State teammates in Baltimore, especially J.K.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) May 1, 2021
Me and J.K. got some stories going back to our freshman year.
With Shaun Wade's selection, Ohio State has now had at least one defensive back selected in eight consecutive NFL drafts.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) May 1, 2021
Round 7, Pick 239: Jonathon Cooper, Denver Broncos
- After slipping to the seventh round, Jonathon Cooper was selected with the No. 239 overall pick.
Ok Ill remember— Jonathon Cooper (@JonathonCooper7) May 1, 2021