Later on the second day of the draft, three Buckeyes heard their names called in the third round.
Defensive tackle Davon Hamilton went to the Jacksonville Jaguars with the ninth pick of the third round and the 73rd overall selection. The 6-4, 310-pound Hamilton, of Pickerington Central High School, started all 14 games last season and recorded six sacks.
Two picks later, the Detroit Lions drafted offensive guard Jonah Jackson, who played one season with the Buckeyes after transferring from Rutgers.
The Ravens selected linebacker Malik Harrison, who led Ohio State with 75 tackles as a senior last season, with the 34th pick of the third round.
On the first day of the draft Thursday, three Buckeyes — Chase Young, Jeff Okudah and Damon Arnette — heard their name called from Commissioner Roger Goodell's basement as the draft was conducted remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic, and an Ohio State graduate, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow, went to the Cincinnati Bengals with the No. 1 pick.