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
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.
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.