It seems these days that everyone has a mock draft. cranks out a handful a day from one of their countless analysts.

What you might not see very often is a mock draft from a player who is, you know, in the actual draft.

Ezekiel Elliott did just that during one of his many stops at ESPN on Friday. But Elliott’s mock draft was not one that compared to any that you’ve probably seen.

Well, unless you’ve seen a mock draft with nine Buckeyes in the first nine picks:

In Elliott’s defense, the Buckeyes do have a chance to best their record of 14 players selected in the draft. They could even tie or break Miami (FL)’s record of six players selected in the first round.

But something tells me the draft won’t play out quite as well as Elliott projected.