Former NDSU Players Hope to Make Big Splash at NFL Draft
With the first round of the NFL Draft set to begin tomorrow night (May 8th) in New York City, four former North Dakota State Bison are hoping to make their NFL dreams come true.
Former quarterback Brock Jensen leads the group of former Bison hoping to make an NFL squad. Jensen made big news when he worked out for the Green Bay Packers in recent months. Jensen led NDSU to their third straight FCS Championship in his senior season.
CBSSports.com has Jensen ranked as the 25th best quarterback in this year's draft class. Scouts are expecting Jensen to be a late round pick.
Other former Bison hoping to hear their name called on draft day include offensive tackle Billy Turner, cornerback Marcus Williams, and running back Sam Ojuri.
CBSSports.com ranked Turner as the 10th best OT in the draft. Williams is ranked as the 42nd best CB and Ojuri is the 50th best RB.
Coverage of the 2014 NFL Draft begins at 7pm CST Thursday night on ESPN.