Everyone from the B1G is getting in on the NFL Draft action this week. Through the first three rounds, 11 of the 14 programs in the conference have produced at least one selection.

Apologies to Indiana, Northwestern and Rutgers, the three schools currently on the outside looking in. But with one day and four rounds still remaining, those three teams can still get into the mix this weekend.

Through three rounds, Ohio State leads the way with 4 picks in the NFL Draft. Wide receivers Chris Olave and Garrett were first-round selections with offensive lineman Nicholas Petit-Frere and tight end Jeremy Ruckert both going in the third.

Michigan and Penn State each had three picks. The Wolverines had Aidan Hutchinson and Dax Hill picked in the first round and David Ojabo was in the second round. Penn State saw Jahan Dotson taken on Thursday night with both Arnold Ebiketie and Jaquan Brisker being taken in the second round.

Here’s a complete breakdown by school from the first three rounds:

Ohio State Buckeyes (4)

No. 10. Garrett Wilson, WR — New York Jets

No. 11. Chris Olave, WR — New Orleans Saints

No. 69. Nicholas Petit-Frere, OL — Tennessee Titans

No. 101. Jeremy Ruckert, TE — New York Jets

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Michigan Wolverines (3)

No. 2. Aidan Hutchinson, DE — Detroit Lions

No. 31. Dax Hill, S — Cincinnati Bengals

No. 45. David Ojabo, Edge — Baltimore Ravens

Penn State Nittany Lions (3)

No. 16. Jahan Dotson, WR — Washington Commanders

No. 38. Arnold Ebiketie, Edge — Atlanta Falcons

No. 48. Jaquan Brisker, S — Chicago Bears

Nebraska Cornhuskers (2)

No. 51. Cam Jurgens, C — Philadelphia Eagles

No. 60. Cam Taylor-Britt, DB — Cincinnati Bengals

Purdue Boilermakers (2)

No. 30. George Karlaftis, Edge — Kansas City Chiefs

No. 99. David Bell, WR — Cleveland Browns

Wisconsin Badgers (2)

No. 103. Leo Chenal, LB — Kansas City Chiefs

No. 104. Logan Bruss, OL — Los Angeles Rams

Illinois Fighting Illini (1)

No. 97. Kerby Josephy, S — Detroit Lions

Iowa Hawkeyes (1)

No. 25. Tyler Linderbaum, C — Baltimore Ravens

Maryland Terrapins (1)

No. 96. Nick Cross, S — Indianapolis Colts

Michigan State Spartans (1)

No. 41. Kenneth Walker III, RB — Seattle Seahawks

Minnesota Golden Gophers (1)

No. 40. Boye Mafe, Edge — Seattle Seahawks