Todd McShay has three Ohio State defensive backs in Mock Draft 3.0
Ohio State’s defensive backs called themselves “BIA,” for “Best in America.”
The Buckeye secondary from 2016 might be the richest secondary in America come draft night.
ESPN’s Todd McShay came out with his post-combine Mock Draft 3.0, which featured three Buckeye defensive backs coming off the board in the first round. The new addition was cornerback Gareon Conley, who had a standout performance in Indianapolis.
Ohio State had has many members of its secondary on McShay’s latest mock draft as the B1G had players combined. And two of those defensive backs, Marshon Lattimore and Malik Hooker, were McShay’s first B1G players off the board.
Also of note, McShay still had Malik McDowell in his first round despite the notion that his draft stock is slipping.
Here are the B1G players McShay had coming off the board in the first round of next April’s draft.
|PICK, TEAM||B1G PLAYER, POSITION||SCHOOL|
|6. New York Jets||Marshon Lattimore, CB||Ohio State|
|7. Los Angeles Chargers||Malik Hooker, S||Ohio State|
|23. New York Giants||Ryan Ramczyk, OT||Wisconsin|
|26. Seattle Seahawks||Malik McDowell, DT||Michigan State|
|28. Dallas Cowboys||Taco Charlton, DE||Michigan|
|29. Green Bay Packers||Gareon Conley, CB||Ohio State|