Former Oklahoma State running back Justice Hill and defensive end Jordan Brailford were selected in the NFL Draft Saturday.
The Baltimore Ravens selected Hill with the 113th overall pick in the fourth round and the Washington Redskins selected Brailford with the 253rd overall pick in the seventh round.
OSU now has 125 former players who have been selected in an NFL draft, with 27 players being drafted during the Mike Gundy era. Hill is the fifth OSU running back to be drafted since Gundy became the head coach of the program and the second OSU running back drafted in the past three years, while Brailford’s selection makes it six straight years that a Cowboy defenseman has been picked. Brailford also marks OSU's third defensive lineman to be picked in the past four years.
OSU has now had players drafted in 11 consecutive NFL Drafts dating back to 2009.