If a player isn’t a first-round pick, it’s sometimes tough to get a read on his true projection.

It seems like once you’re out of the first round, the range widens. A player like Christian Hackenberg could be a second-round pick, or he could go in Round 4. Mike Thomas seems to be in a similar spot, as is Jihad Ward.

So with most mock drafts only going through the first 31 picks, Todd McShay came out with his first two-round mock. As it turns out, he has more second-round grades than first-round grades for B1G players. In fact, he tabbed nine B1G players in the second round compared to six in the first.

Of the 15 B1G players that made up McShay’s 63 selections, Ward was the only player from the B1G West. And Ohio State accounted for nine players, which made up 14 percent of the draft.

Here’s how McShay envisioned the first two rounds playing out:

4. Dallas Cowboys DE, Joey Bosa Ohio State
11. Chicago Bears OT, Jack Conklin Michigan State
13. Miami Dolphins RB, Ezekiel Elliott Ohio State
16. Detroit Lions OT, Taylor Decker Ohio State
17. Atlanta Falcons OLB, Darron Lee Ohio State
25. Pittsburgh Steelers CB, Eli Apple Ohio State
34. Dallas Cowboys QB, Connor Cook Michigan State
35. San Diego Chargers OT, Jason Spriggs Indiana
43. Los Angeles Rams QB, Christian Hackenberg Penn State
44. Oakland Raiders S, Vonn Bell Ohio State
52. Houston Texans DT, Austin Johnson Penn State
53. Washington Redskins WR, Mike Thomas Ohio State
55. Cincinnati Bengals DT, Adolphus Washington Ohio State
59. Kansas City Chiefs WR, Braxton Miller Ohio State
63. Denver Broncos DE, Jihad Ward Illinois