2017 NFL Draft Recap: Rounds 5-7 see two more Wolverines selected

Recapping rounds five through seven of the 2017 NFL Draft,

The 2017 NFL Draft is complete which saw a program-record 11 Wolverines drafted over the seven rounds. Michigan also had the most drafted player than any school in the country.

Before breaking down the remaining three rounds, here's a recap of where other U-M prospects ended up.

Jabrill Peppers - Browns, first round

Taco Charlton - Cowboys, first round

Chris Wormley - Ravens, third round

Jourdan Lewis - Cowboys, third round

Delano Hill - Seahawks, third round

Amara Darboh - Seahawks, third round

Ben Gedeon - Vikings, fourth round

Ryan Glasgow - Bengals, fourth round

Jehu Chesson - Chiefs, fourth round

Fifth round:

Michigan tight end was drafted No. 145 overall by the Broncos in the fifth round of the draft.

Butt finished the 2016-17 season with 46 receptions, 546 yards and four touchdowns. He was the Mackey Award winner, awarded to the most outstanding tight end in the country.

Sixth round:

Michigan cornerback Jeremy Clark was selected No. 197 overall by the New York Jets in the sixth round of the draft.

Clark finished the 2016-17 season participating in only four games during his final season due to suffering a season-ending knee injury.

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