Three players from 2013 National Champion Florida State were chosen starting with CB Lamarcus Joyner at No. 41 by the St. Louis Rams, DT Timmy Jernigan tabbed No. 48 by the Balitmore Ravens and S Terrence Brooks, taken No. 79 by the Baltimore Ravens.
The three selections gave Florida State four players taken on the first two days of the draft, as WR Kelvin Benjamin was also chosen 28th overall on the first round Thursday night. A year ago, the Seminoles led all schools with 11 players selected.
Miami, which had G Brandon Linder chosen 93rd overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars, extended their consecutive streak to 41 straight years as the Hurricanes have now had at least one player chosen every year since 1974.
Three ACC schools saw significant draft streaks continue. Both FSU and Virginia, which saw Morgan Moses taken 66th by the Washington Redskins, extended their streaks to 32 consecutive years with at least one player taken in the NFL Draft. Both Florida State and Virginia have had at least one player chosen every year since 1983.
At the conclusion of Friday night’s session 10 ACC schools had at least one of their players chosen in the NFL Draft as the ACC had 15 players drafted. In all, the ACC had three players drafted in the second round and seven in the third.
Rounding out the ACC selections on Day Two of the NFL Draft were Georgia Tech DE Jeremiah Attaochu, who was selected 50th overall by the San Diego Chargers; Syracuse DT Jay Bromley, who was tabbed 74th overall by the New York Giants; Maryland CB Dexter McDougle, chosen 80th by the New York Jets and Clemson T Brandon Thomas, who was taken No. 100 by the San Francisco 49ers.