COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio State Buckeyes had six players selected in the 2022 NFL Draft.
This is the ninth consecutive draft in which Ohio State had at least five players drafted.
The university had has a nation-best 158 draft picks since 2000.
Following the draft, defensive tackle Haskell Garrett announced he was signing with the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent. Running back Master Teague also said he was signing with the Chicago Bears.
Here's a look at this year's draft class and where they were selected.
2022 Ohio State Buckeyes Draft Class
Garrett Wilson | Wide receiver | Round 1 | Pick 10 | New York Jets
Wilson, a three-year performer for the Buckeyes who caught 143 passes for 2,213 yards and 23 touchdowns, was selected with the 10th overall pick of the draft by the New York Jets.
Chris Olave | Wide receiver | Round 1 | Pick 11 | New Orleans Saints
Olave, a team captain in 2021 and who set the school record with 35 touchdown receptions in addition to ranking third in Ohio State history in receptions with 176 and fifth in receiving yards with 2,711, was selected with the very next pick after Wilson went to the Jets, going No. 11 overall in the first round to the New Orleans Saints.
Nicholas Petit-Frere | Offensive tackle | Round 3 | Pick 69 | Tennessee Titans
Fourth-year junior Nicholas Petit-Frere, who graduated this past December and gave up his senior season of eligibility to enter the NFL Draft, was drafted by the Tennessee Titans with the fifth pick of the third round, and the No. 69 selection overall.
Jeremy Ruckert | Tight end | Round 3 | Pick 101 | New York Jets
Senior tight end Jeremy Ruckert, a Long Island native, went No. 101 overall to the New York Jets. Ruckert, who scored 12 receiving touchdowns as a tight end to rank second in school history, was a compensatory pick in the third round.
Tyreke Smith | Defensive end | Round 5 | Pick 158 | Seattle Seahawks
True senior and 41-game veteran Tyreke Smith was the fifth Buckeye drafted this year, going in the fifth round with the 158th overall pick, to the Seattle Seahawks.
Thayer Munford | Offensive tackle| Round 7 | Pick 238 | Las Vegas Raiders
Selected in the seventh round was All-American offensive lineman, and 45-game starter, Thayer Munford, who went to the Las Vegas Raiders with the 238th overall pick.