Last night, five Ohio State Buckeyes were taken in the first round of the NFL Draft:

Defensive end Joey Bosa went No. 3 overall to the Chargers while running back Ezekiel Elliot went No. 4 to the Dallas Cowboys.

After that, the Giants took defensive back Eli Apple at No. 10 in somewhat of a surprise move. From there, Taylor Decker went No. 16 to the Lions and Darran Lee went No. 20 to the Jets.

Should Giants and Jets fans be happy with these picks? How will Apple and Lee fit into the schemes? To answer all that and more we brought in Kyle Hendrickson, a Shenendehowa graduate that just wrapped up his third and final season on the coaching staff at Ohio State.

He told us what makes each player a solid selection for each team and he added in what makes Bosa and Elliott can't-miss prospects at the next level.