9 Ohio State Buckeyes selected in the 2019 NFL Draft

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Nine Ohio State Buckeyes were taken in this year's NFL Draft.

Defensive end Nick Bosa and quarterback Dwayne Haskins were both taken in the opening round on Thursday night by the San Francisco 49ers and Washington Redskins respectively.

On Friday, Haskins would be reunited with Terry McLaurin when he was picked by the Redskins in the third round.

Running back Mike Weber got drafted Saturday by the Dallas Cowboys where he'll be teammates with former Buckeye Ezekiel Elliott. Weber was redshirted during Elliott's final year in Columbus.

Nick Bosa | DE | San Francisco 49ers | Round 1 | Pick 2

Bosa played in 30 games for the Buckeyes, recording 29 tackles, 17½ sacks and two fumble recoveries, one of them for a touchdown.

His final season with Ohio State was cut short when he sustained an injury against TCU.

Following surgery, Bosa announced he would not be returning to the team and withdraw from school to focus on his NFL career.

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Dwayne Haskins | QB | Washington Redskins | Round 1 | Pick 15

Haskins, who started for one season for the Buckeyes, completed 370 passes on 530 attempts for 4,843 yards and 50 touchdowns.

Five times during the 2018 season, Haskins threw for more than 400 yards in a game and threw for over 300 yards in nine games.

He was the Big Ten offensive player of the week a record six times and awarded the Silver Football Award, given to the conference’s best player.

Haskins was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy and finished third behind Oklahoma's Kyler Murray and Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa.

Along the way, Haskins broke several school and conference records including the single-season passing and touchdown records.

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Parris Campbell | WR | Indianapolis Colts | Round 2 | Pick 59

The Akron-native caught a school-record 90 passes during his senior season with 12 touchdowns.

He became the fifth Buckeye to break 1,000 yards in a season with 1,063.

He finished his career with 143 receptions and 1,768 yards.

Campbell earned first-team All-Big Ten Conference honors.

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Dre'Mont Jones | DT | Denver Broncos | Round 3 | Pick 71

Jones was a first-team All-American by College Football News and first-team All-Big Ten Conference in 2018.

In his final season, Jones had 43 tackles including 13.5 tackles-for-loss and 8.5 sacks.

Jones finished his career with 115 tackles.

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Terry McLaurin | WR | Washington Redskins | Round 3 | Pick 76

In his senior season, McLaurin had 35 catches good for 701 yards with 11 touchdowns.

He played in every game the past four years and started in 32.

McLaurin was also big on special teams that helped the Buckeyes finish fourth nationally in net punting.

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Kendall Sheffield | CB | Atlanta Falcons | Round 4 | Pick 111

Sheffield spent two years at Ohio State after transferring from Blinn College.

In 2018, he was honorable mention all-Big Ten Conference.

Sheffiled started in all 14 games with team highs in pass break-ups and passes defended.

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Michael Jordan | OL | Cincinnati Bengals | Round 4 | Pick 136

After playing his first two years at Ohio State as a guard, Jordan was moved to center in 2018.

He earned All-American honors from CBS Sports and SI.com.

Jordan played and started in every game during his time as a Buckeye.

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Isaiah Prince | OT | Miami Dolphins | Round 6 | Pick 202

Prince was a three-year starter at right tackle and played in every game over the last four seasons.

He was named to the first-team All-Big Ten Conference team by the coaches.

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Mike Weber | RB | Dallas Cowboys | Round 7 | Pick 218

In three seasons, Weber rushed for 2,676 yards and 24 touchdowns.

Weber was the Big Ten's freshman of the Year and an All-American after running for 1,069 yards and nine touchdowns.

His sophomore year was short due to injuries but came back and ran for 954 yards and five touchdowns.