The Ohio State Buckeyes' prime-time special continued Friday during the second and third rounds of the NFL Draft.

Five more Buckeyes were drafted to bring the total to a record-breaking 10 players selected through the first three rounds.

10 Buckeyes go in the first 3 rounds. New NFL draft record. #OhioState produced 1 more than the entire Big12 and as many as the Pac12.

— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) April 30, 2016

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The run began in Round 1 when three Buckeyes were selected in the top 10 picks and five were draft overall.

Here's the full list (with more to come in the final four rounds):
DL Joey Bosa, Chargers (Round 1, pick No. 3)
RB Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys (Round 1, pick No. 4)
CB Eli Apple, Giants (Round 1, pick No. 10)
OL Taylor Decker, Lions (Round 1, pick No. 16)
LB Darron Lee, Jets (Round 1, pick No. 20)
WR Michael Thomas, Saints (Round 2, pick No. 47)
S Vonn Bell, Saints (Round 2, pick No. 61)
DL Adolphus Washington, Bills (Round 3, pick No. 80)
WR Braxton Miller, Texans (Round 3, pick No. 85)
TE Nick Vannett, Seahawks (Round 3, pick No. 94)

The only concern for Buckeyes fans is whether Urban Meyer and Co. have recruited well enough to restock the cupboard for 2016 and beyond.