It was a record draft for the Iowa Hawkeyes who had 6 players selected, the 5th most of any school this year. (Florida had 9, Alabama 7, USC 7, and Oklahoma 7.) It was the most Hawkeyes drafted in the Ferentz's tenure and the most since 1976 which also saw 6 taken. On Saturday, the last 2 Hawkeyes were drafted as A.J. Edds and Kyle Calloway were selected in the 4th and 7th round respectively. They joined Bryan Bulaga, Pat Angerer, Amari Spievey, and Tony Moeaki as the 6 Hawkeyes drafted.

A.J. Edds drafted by the Miami Dolphins

Edds was selected as the 21st pick in the 4th round (119th overall). Headed to Miami, Edds was the first Iowa player drafted by a team outside of the Midwest (Bulaga - Green Bay, Angerer - Indianapolis, Spievey - Detroit, Moeaki - Kansas City). Edds was the 4th player taken by the Dolphins who took 7 defensive players with its 8 picks.

Kyle Calloway drafted by the Buffalo Bills

Calloway was taken in the final round of the draft as the 216th pick. He was the 9th and final player drafted by the Bills, who took another OT earlier in Ed Wang of Virginia Tech.