The 2020 NFL Draft is now in the books and it was a busy third day for the Michigan Wolverines with eight players selected and 10 in total picked throughout the weekend. Here is a full recap of the players that were selected and where they wound up for the next chapter of their football-playing lives.
Cesar Ruiz, IOL — Round 1, Pick No. 24 (New Orleans Saints)
Josh Uche, DE/OLB — Round 2, Pick No. 60 (New England Patriots)
Ben Bredeson, IOL — Round 4, Pick No. 143 (Baltimore Ravens)
Khaleke Hudson, OLB — Round 5, Pick No. 162 (Washington Redskins)
Mike Danna, DE — Round 5, Pick No. 177 (Kansas City Chiefs)
Michael Onwenu, IOL — Round 6, Pick No. 182 (New England Patriots)
Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR — Round 6, Pick No. 187 (Cleveland Browns)
Jon Runyan Jr., OT — Round 6, Pick No. 192 (Green Bay Packers)
Josh Metellus, S — Round 6, Pick No. 205 (Minnesota Vikings)
Jordan Glasgow, LB — Round 6, Pick No. 213 (Indianapolis Colts)
Undrafted free agents — TE Sean McKeon (Dallas Cowboys), CB Lavert Hill (Kansas City Chiefs)
Not selected/signed — QB Shea Patterson
All in all, not a bad class and weekend for Michigan football, though even with the number of players selected being high, it is still a bit different than what schools like OSU and LSU were putting out. They should have a decent-sized class again in 2020 with more top-end talent, but it was cool to see many of their players land in good spots with winning organizations and clear roles in mind.