Dreams became a reality for 60 amateur basketball players on Thursday night, hearing their names called in Brooklyn during the 2019 NBA Draft. Six of those players are former B1G stars.

The B1G produced two first-round draft picks and four second-round selections during the NBA Draft on Thursday night. Five schools were represented during the event, and Michigan was the only team to produce multiple draft picks this year.

Indiana’s Romeo Langford was the first B1G player selected and was the conference’s only lottery pick, going No. 14 to the Boston Celtics. Michigan’s Jordan Poole was taken at No. 28 by the Golden State Warriors to round out the first round for the league.

Here’s a look at where all six B1G players were drafted and where they’ll be headed to start their NBA careers:

  • No. 14: Romeo Langford, Indiana — Boston Celtics
  • No. 28: Jordan Poole, Michigan — Golden State Warriors
  • No. 33: Carsen Edwards, Purdue — Philadelphia 76ers (reported trade to Boston Celtics)
  • No. 34: Bruno Fernando, Maryland — Philadelphia 76ers (reported trade to Atlanta Hawks)
  • No. 45: Isaiah Roby, Nebraska — Detroit Pistons (reported trade to Dallas Mavericks)
  • No. 47: Ignas Brazdeikis, Michigan — Sacramento Kings (reported trade to New York Knicks)