New York Jets Draft Buckeyes’ Wide Receiver Devin Smith in Second Round of NFL Draft

With the 37th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the New York Jets selected Ohio State wide receiver Devin Smith. He’s the first Buckeye to be drafted this year after no Buckeyes were picked in the first round of the draft. It was surprising to see him fall this far as many experts and fans expected him to be a mid to late 1st round pick. Smith was integral part of the Buckeyes all season long in 2014 and had huge performances in the national playoffs to help lead Ohio State to their first national championship since 2002. Jets fans you’ll be getting a deep threat receiver you can plug into the slot with ease. Smith’s speciality is on deep passes, so Jets quarterbacks you better have strong arms. Here’s a taste of your newest receiver New York fans:

Here’s one of Smith’s best performances, the 2014 Big Ten Championship Game against Wisconsin:

Smith’s reaction on Twitter on becoming a Jet:

The biggest Jets icon was certainly pleased with Smith becoming a Jet too:

Big Ten opponents certainly won’t miss Smith, but everyone in Buckeye Nation will certainly remember the impact of the bright wide receiver Devin Smith.


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