Yes, there still are some terrific Buckeyes left in the NFL draft, even after five went in the first round.
There are plenty of defensive backs, too, despite seven being chosen in the first 25 spots.
Perhaps most intriguing: Alabama, the defending national champion and perennial powerhouse, had only one player picked in the opening 31, center Ryan Kelly to Indianapolis.
So when the proceedings commence Friday evening, look for a rolling Crimson Tide.
Still on the board from Nick Saban's program are the likes of Heisman Trophy-winning running back Derrick Henry, playmaking linebacker Reggie Ragland, and standout defensive linemen A'Shawn Robinson and Jarren...