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State products selected in 2016 NFL draft

Florida State’s Jalen Ramsey waves to the crowd in Chicago after being selected fifth overall by the Jaguars in Thursday’s first round.

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Florida State’s Jalen Ramsey waves to the crowd in Chicago after being selected fifth overall by the Jaguars in Thursday’s first round.

State products selected

First round

No. 5, Jaguars: FSU DB Jalen Ramsey

No. 11, Bucs: Florida/Wharton High CB Vernon Hargreaves

No. 17, Falcons: Florida S Keanu Neal

No. 25, Steelers: Miami CB Artie Burns

Second round

No. 59, Bucs: FSU K Roberto Aguayo

Third round

No. 72, Bears: Florida DL Jonathan Bullard

No. 91, Patriots: Florida/N.C. State QB Jacoby Brissett

Fourth round

No. 107, Ravens: Cincinnati/Jefferson High WR Chris Moore

No. 110, Rams: Western Kentucky/East Lake High TE Tyler Higbee

No. 124, Bears: Miami S Deon Bush

No. 125, Colts: Florida LB Antonio Morrison

No. 126, Chiefs: Florida WR Demarcus Robinson

Sixth round

No. 189, Cowboys: Purdue/Hillsborough High CB Anthony Brown

No. 207, 49ers: Florida/Louisiana Tech QB Jeff Driskel

No. 211, 49ers: Florida RB Kelvin Taylor

Seventh round

No. 240, Eagles: Florida DE Alex McCalister

No. 252, Panthers: Miami/Montana State TE Beau Sandland

State products selected in 2016 NFL draft 04/30/16 [Last modified: Saturday, April 30, 2016 9:47pm]
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