When the NFL Draft gets underway, on Thursday, April 29, both Michigan and Michigan State will be looking to extend its current streak of having a player selected.
The Michigan football program has seen a player drafted in 82 consecutive drafts. MSU football has heard one of its players’ called in 80 straight drafts.
It won’t be long for the Wolverines to extend that streak. According to ESPN Draft Analysis, Jim Nagy, defensive lineman Kwity Paye is expected to be a top-15 pick.
“He’s very versatile,” Nagy said on a zoom with 6 Sports. “He can play standing up, you can put his hand in the dirt, you can move him all around and he gets to the quarterback, and those guys don’t typically last very long. So very disruptive player. I think Kwity has been knocked a little bit, in this pre-draft process, where everyone tries to poke holes in these players, but the bottom line is you put on Michigan tape and he’s very, very disruptive.”