Top 10 Offensive Linemen Drafted During Kirk Ferentz's Tenure at Iowa

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Top 10 Offensive Linemen Drafted During Kirk Ferentz's Tenure at Iowa

The University of Iowa is quickly turning into a factory supply chain for NFL offensive linemen.

That's because head coach Kirk Ferentz is a former NFL line coach who has a knack for finding diamond-in-the-rough football-players and turning them into all-stars.

His formula of character and talent combined with hard work has proven very effective, and NFL teams are paying attention.

In 2010, Bryan Bulaga and Kyle Calloway become the ninth and 10th offensive linemen to be drafted to the NFL while Ferentz has been head coach at Iowa.

Bulaga was the 34th Hawkeye who has played for Ferentz to be drafted to the pros. Several picks later, Calloway would become the 39th.

Over the last 10 years, Ferentz and his staff have produced several great NFL lineman. Here is a list of the top 10 linemen, ordered from highest to lowest by NFL draft number in order to avoid complete homerism.

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