West Virginia Mountaineers football Draft NFL, The Mountaineers played their first season in the Big 12 Conference

in 2012, and since then they’ve had some players take the next step in their football careers – moving on to play in the

National Football League. How successful have these WVU stars been so far? Here’s a breakdown of how many draft picks WVU

has had since joining the Big 12 Conference and what those players have done since being selected by NFL teams.

The most recent West Virginia Mountaineers to go in the draft West Virginia quarterback Will Grier is the most recent

Mountaineer to get selected in the NFL draft. The former Florida Gators transfer was selected in the third round of the 2019 draft

season, WVU wide receiver David Sills left West Virginia as one of only two active FBS players to have 2,000 receiving yards

20 touchdown catches; he would go on to be drafted in the third round of last year’s draft by the Los Angeles Rams. The

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Brown. Brown came out of high school as a five-star recruit and decided

stick around Morgantown after originally committing to play at Alabama. The decision paid off: In three seasons at West

Virginia, Brown racked up 3,063 receiving yards (fourth all-time in school history) and 31 touchdowns (second all-time). His