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Five Ohio State Buckeyes, 25 players total will attend 2016 NFL Draft

The first two picks in last year's draft, quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, weren't anywhere near the big stage in Chicago.

If the numerous mock drafts that have swirled in recent months are anywhere close to correct, there won't be a similar set of absences at the 2016 NFL Draft.

The NFL on Tuesday announced 25 prospects have been confirmed as attendees for the 2016 NFL Draft, which is set for April 28 in Chicago. The group includes top-ranked quarterbacks Jared Goff and Carson Wentz and popular top-five projected picks such as Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey, Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa and UCLA linebacker Myles Jack.

The Browns hold the No. 2 pick, their highest selection since 2000. Both of Cleveland's first-round picks last year, defensive lineman Danny Shelton and offensive lineman Cameron Erving, attended the draft.

Here's the full list broken down by position.


Jared Goff - Cal

Carson Wentz - North Dakota State


Ezekiel Elliott - Ohio State


Corey Coleman - Baylor

Josh Doctson - TCU

Laquon Treadwell - Ole Miss


Jack Conklin - Michigan State

Taylor Decker - Ohio State

Ronnie Stanley - Notre Dame

Laremy Tunsil - Ole Miss


Joey Bosa - Ohio State

Kevin Dodd - Clemson

Shaq Lawson - Clemson


Vernon Butler - Louisiana Tech

Chris Jones - Mississippi State

Robert Nkemdiche - Ole Miss

Jarran Reed - Alabama

A'Shawn Robinson - Alabama


Myles Jack - UCLA

Darron Lee - Ohio State

Reggie Ragland - Alabama


Eli Apple - Ohio State

Vernon Hargreaves - Florida

Jalen Ramsey - Florida State


Keanu Neal - Florida

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