Ten Year NFL Draft Case Study: Big Ten

SCHOOL BREAKDOWN

Here, I broke down each school tallying how many picks they had by round and by position. I also noted who their highest pick was in the last ten years and where that player was drafted overall.

It was interesting to see that all of Iowa, Michigan State, Minnesota, Penn State and to a lesser degree Ohio State’s top picks could be considered “busts” for where they were drafted.

Wisconsin and Iowa have been offensive line factories over the last ten years.

Illinois – Corey Liuget 18th
1st – 5
2nd – 6
3rd – 2
4th – 2
5th – 5
6th – 1
7th – 4

QB – 0
RB – 2
WR – 4
TE – 1
OL – 7
DL – 3
LB – 2
CB – 5
S – 1
K – 0
P – 0

Indiana – Rodger Saffold 33rd
1st – 0
2nd – 2
3rd – 1
4th – 3
5th – 0
6th – 0
7th – 3

QB – 1
RB – 0
WR – 2
TE – 0
OL – 3
DL – 2
LB – 0
CB – 2
S – 0
K – 0
P – 0

Iowa – Robert Gallery 2nd
1st – 6
2nd – 6
3rd – 8
4th – 7
5th – 7
6th – 6
7th – 5

QB – 1
RB – 1
WR – 1
TE – 6
OL – 13
DL – 8
LB – 5
CB – 5
S – 4
K – 1
P – 0

Michigan – Jake Long 1st
1st – 6
2nd – 8
3rd – 5
4th – 3
5th – 2
6th – 6
7th – 9

QB – 3
RB – 3
WR – 6
TE – 3
OL – 5
DL – 6
LB – 6
CB – 5
S – 1
K – 0
P – 1

Michigan State – Charles Rogers 2nd
1st – 1
2nd – 3
3rd – 1
4th – 4
5th – 3
6th – 7
7th – 7

QB – 3
RB – 3
WR – 4
TE – 1
OL – 2
DL – 6
LB – 1
CB – 2
S – 2
K – 1
P – 1

Minnesota – Laurence Maroney 21st
1st – 1
2nd – 0
3rd – 1
4th – 1
5th – 4
6th – 2
7th – 1

QB – 0
RB – 3
WR – 1
TE – 0
OL – 2
DL – 1
LB – 1
CB – 1
S – 1
K – 0
P – 0

Nebraska – Lavonte David 58th
1st – 0
2nd – 1
3rd – 0
4th – 1
5th – 0
6th – 0
7th – 2

QB – 0
RB – 0
WR – 0
TE – 0
OL – 1
DL – 1
LB – 1
CB – 1
S – 0
K – 0
P – 0

Northwestern – Luis Castillo 28th
1st – 1
2nd – 0
3rd – 1
4th – 4
5th – 1
6th – 0
7th – 5

QB – 1
RB – 1
WR – 1
TE – 1
OL – 3
DL – 3
LB – 1
CB – 1
S – 0
K – 0
P – 0

Ohio State – A.J. Hawk 5th
1st – 14
2nd – 5
3rd – 11
4th – 10
5th – 9
6th – 5
7th – 7

QB – 2
RB – 4
WR – 9
TE – 1
OL – 8
DL – 9
LB – 12
CB – 7
S – 7
K – 1
P – 1

Penn State – Levi Brown 5th
1st – 8
2nd – 6
3rd – 7
4th – 5
5th – 4
6th – 3
7th – 6

QB – 0
RB – 4
WR – 3
TE – 4
OL – 6
DL – 9
LB – 6
CB – 4
S – 2
K – 1
P – 0

Purdue – Ryan Kerrigan 16th
1st – 3
2nd – 2
3rd – 6
4th – 5
5th – 4
6th – 5
7th – 2

QB – 2
RB – 0
WR – 0
TE – 2
OL – 6
DL – 8
LB – 6
CB – 1
S – 2
K – 0
P – 0

Wisconsin – Joe Thomas 3rd
1st – 6
2nd – 3
3rd – 9
4th – 6
5th – 4
6th – 10
7th – 3

QB – 3
RB – 3
WR – 5
TE – 5
OL – 10
DL – 8
LB – 2
CB – 3
S – 0
K – 1
P – 1

YEAR BY YEAR BREAKDOWN: A full breakdown of the last ten drafts from an Big Ten perspective. (Page 2)

POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN: Which positions in the Big Ten get picked early? (Page 3)

SUCCESS/BUST BREAKDOWN: Which schools produce the most busts? (Page 4)

NCAA SCHOOL BREAKDOWN: Which schools perennially produce the top prospects? (Page 5)

NFL TEAM BREAKDOWN: Which NFL Teams like prospects from the Big Ten? (Page 6)

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Tags: 2013 NFL Draft, B1G, Big Ten, Ten Year Conference Case Study

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