Posted April 28, 2012 on ohiostate.scout.com
Ohio State had a pair of players picked on the third day of the NFL draft, but it most anticipated it would be a different two. Running back Dan Herron and safety Nate Ebner both heard their names called in the sixth round while Mike Brewster, a four-year starter at center, went undrafted in a turn of events that left many surprised.
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