Ohio State dominated the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft from a college perspective.
The Buckeyes had five players selected in the first round, a total two higher than the next-closest school Ole Miss and one shy of the all-time record (six by Miami in 2004).
Who dominated the NFL Draft's first round from a high school perspective?
Florida, which had seven players taken. Ohio and Texas were second with three players.
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The recruiting breakdown is this: 70 percent of the players taken in the first round of the NFL Draft were four and five-star prospects.