Chris Wormley’s college career is over, but he’ll still compile plenty of Harbaugh stories in the NFL.

The former Michigan defensive lineman was drafted No. 74 overall by the Baltimore Ravens, who are of course coached by Jim Harbaugh’s brother, John.

At Michigan, Wormley was one of the more battle-tested defensive linemen in the country. He appeared in 51 games, 30 of which he started.

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The first-team All-B1G selection had 17 tackles for loss and eight sacks in his final two seasons in Ann Arbor. In 2016, he was a second-team All-America selection for a Michigan defense that finished second in the country in scoring.

Wormley became the second Michigan defensive lineman to come off the board. Taco Charlton was selected No. 28 overall by the Dallas Cowboys.

The Wolverines already had as many players drafted in 2017 (3) as they did in all of 2016. Michigan was hoping to break Ohio State’s 2004 record of 14 players drafted.