PHOENIX, April 23, 2020 -- EXOS had another great year of combine training. Between the 95 athletes who went to the combine, they snagged over 200 performances in the top 15. Their hard work began to pay off in round one of the 2020 NFL draft, and they made up 43% of first-round picks.

No. 2 pick Chase Young, defensive lineman, and No. 3 pick Jeff Okudah, a defensive back, both represented Ohio State in the top 5, picked by the Washington Redskins and the Detroit Lions respectively. Andrew Thomas, an offensive lineman from Georgia, found a new home with the New York Giants with their No. 4 pick. To round out the top 10, Derrick Brown, a defensive lineman from Auburn, went to the Carolina Panthers just before the Jacksonville Jaguars picked Florida defensive back C.J. Henderson.

By round seven, 83 EXOS athletes became professional players, making up 32% of the total draft. “It’s an incredible honor for our team to support these men during the draft process and excited to see them start their journey at the next level,” says Adam Farrand, vice president of pro/elite sports at EXOS.

First round

No. 2 Chase Young, defensive lineman, Ohio State — Washington Redskins

No. 3 Jeff Okudah, defensive back, Ohio State — Detroit Lions

No. 4 Andrew Thomas, offensive lineman, Georgia — New York Giants

No. 7 Derrick Brown, defensive lineman, Auburn — Carolina Panthers

No. 9 C.J. Henderson, defensive back, Florida — Jacksonville Jaguars

No. 14 Javon Kinlaw, defensive lineman, South Carolina — San Francisco 49ers

No. 18 Austin Jackson, offensive lineman, USC — Miami Dolphins

No. 19 Damon Arnette, defensive back, Ohio State — Las Vegas Raiders

No. 21 Jalen Reagor, wide receiver, TCU — Philadelphia Eagles

No. 24 Cesar Ruiz, offensive lineman, Michigan — New Orleans Saints

No. 27 Jordyn Brooks, linebacker, Texas Tech — Seattle Seahawks

No. 29 Isaiah Wilson, offensive lineman, Georgia — Tennessee Titans

No. 31 Jeff Gladney, defensive back, TCU — Minnesota Vikings

No. 32 Clyde Edwards-Helaire, running back, TCU — Kansas City Chiefs

Second round

No. 41 Jonathan Taylor, running back, Wisconsin — Indianapolis Colts

No. 46 K.J. Hamler, wide receiver, Penn State — Denver Broncos

No. 50 Jaylon Johnson, defensive back, Utah — Chicago Bears

No. 58 Ezra Cleveland, defensive lineman, Boise State — Minnesota Vikings

No. 59 Denzel Mims, wide receiver, Baylor — New York Jets

No. 60 Josh Uche, linebacker, Michigan — New England Patriots

No. 63 Willie Gay Jr., linebacker, Mississippi State — Kansas City Chiefs

Third round

No. 66 Antonio Gibson, wide receiver, Memphis — Washington Redskins

No. 67 Julian Okwara, defensive lineman, Notre Dame — Detroit Lions

No. 70 Brandon Jones, defensive back, Texas — Miami Dolphins

No. 71 Justin Madubuike, defensive lineman, Texas A&M — Baltimore Ravens

No. 72 Josh Jones, offensive lineman, Houston — Arizona Cardinals

No. 74 Zack Baun, linebacker, Wisconsin — New Orleans Saints

No. 80 Lynn Bowden, wide receiver, Kentucky — Las Vegas Raiders

No. 81 Bryan Edwards, wide receiver, South Carolina — Las Vegas Raiders

No. 83 Lloyd Cushenberry III, offensive lineman, LSU — Denver Broncos

No. 90 Jonathan Greenard, defensive lineman, Florida — Houston Texans

No. 94 Josiah Deguara, tight end, Cincinnati — Green Bay Packers

No. 96 Lucas Niang, offensive lineman, TCU — Kansas City Chiefs

No. 97 Jacob Phillips, linebacker, LSU — Cleveland Browns

No. 99 Matt Peart, offensive lineman, Connecticut — New York Giants

No. 101 Dalton Keene, tight end, Virginia Tech — New England Patriots

No. 102 Alex Highsmith, defensive lineman, Charlotte — Pittsburgh Steelers

Fourth round

No. 111 Soloman Kindley, offensive lineman, Georgia — Miami Dolphins

No. 117 D.J. Wonnum, defensive lineman, South Caroline — Minnesota Vikings

No. 118 Albert Okwuegbunam, tight end, Missouri — Denver Broncos

No. 126 Charlie Heck, offensive lineman, North Carolina — Houston Texans

No. 130 James Lynch, defensive lineman, Baylor — Minnesota Vikings

No. 131 Rashard Lawrence, defensive lineman, LSU — Arizona Cardinals

No. 134 Jaylinn Hawkins, defensive back, California — Atlanta Falcons

No. 144 DeeJay Dallas, running back, Miami — Seattle Seahawks

Fifth round

No. 147 Khalid Kareem, defensive lineman, Notre Dame — Cincinnati Bengals

No. 149 Danny Pinter, offensive lineman, Ball State — Indianapolis Colts

No. 154 Jason Strowbridge, defensive lineman, North Carolina — Miami Dolphins

No. 155 Trevis Gipson, defensive lineman, Tulsa — Chicago Bears

No. 158 Bryce Hall, defensive back, Virginia — New York Jets

No. 161 Tyler Johnson, wide receiver, Minnesota — Tampa Bay Buccaneers

No. 164 Curtis Weaver, defensive lineman, Boise State — Miami Dolphins

No. 166 Quintez Cephus, wide receiver, Wisconsin — Detroit Lions

No. 168 John Hightower, wide receiver, Boise State — Philadelphia Eagles

No. 169 Harrison Hand, defensive back, Temple — Minnesota Vikings

No. 174 Larrell Murchison, defensive lineman, North Carolina State — Tennessee Titans

No. 177 Mike Danna, defensive lineman, Michigan — Kansas City Chiefs

No. 178 Justin Strnad, linebacker, Wake Forest — Denver Broncos

Sixth round

No. 184 Bravvion Roy, defensive lineman, Baylor — Carolina Panthers

No. 186 Alohi Gilman, defensive back, Notre Dame — Los Angeles Chargers

No. 189 Jake Luton, quarterback, Oregon State — Jacksonville Jaguars

No. 193 Robert Windsor, defensive lineman, Penn State — Indianapolis Colts

No. 196 Shaun Bradley, linebacker, Temple — Philadelphia Eagles

No. 202 Evan Weaver, linebacker, California — Arizona Cardinals

No. 205 Josh Metellus, defensive back, Michigan — Minnesota Vikings

No. 206 Tyler Davis, tight end, Georgia Tech — Jacksonville Jaguars

No. 207 Isaiah Hodgins, wide receiver, Oregon State — Buffalo Bills

No. 210 Prince Tega Wanogho, offensive lineman, Auburn — Philadelphia Eagles

No. 212 Dezmon Patmon, wide receiver, Washington State — Indianapolis Colts

No. 213 Jordan Glasgow, linebacker, Michigan — Indianapolis Colts

Seventh round

No. 216 Kamren Curl, safety, Arkansas —Washington Redskins

No. 217 Jauan Jennings, wide receiver, Tennessee — San Francisco 49ers

No. 222 Eno Benjamin, running back, Arizona State — Arizona Cardinals

No. 229 James Smith-Williams, defensive lineman — Washington Redskins

No. 237 Thakarius Keyes, defensive back, Tulane — Kansas City Chiefs

No. 239 Dane Jackson, defensive back, Pittsburgh — Buffalo Bills

No. 241 Chapelle Russell, linebacker, Temple — Tampa Bay Buccaneers

No. 245 Raymond Calais, running back, Lousianna-Lafayette — Tampa Bay Buccaneers

No. 247 Chris Williamson, defensive back, Minnesota — New York Giants

No. 249 Brian Cole II, defensive back, Pittsburgh — Minnesota Vikings

No. 251 Stephen Sullivan, tight end, LSU — Seattle Seahawks

No. 253 Kyle Hinton, defensive lineman, Washburn — Minnesota Vikings

No. 255 Tae Crowder, linebacker, Georgia — New York Giants