NFL Draft continues...If you're one of the many die-hard football fans planning to spend three days sitting on the couch watching the NFL Draft and eating potato chip crumbs off your unbathed beer gut, we've got some interesting and unusual facts about some NFL hopefuls to give you something to think about while you're waiting to see who your team picks in the 6th round.
University of Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulelei’s full first name is Starlite.
The largest player in the draft is Ole Miss offensive lineman Terrell Brown, who is 388 pounds and stands 6-foot-10.
Central Arkansas wide receiver Jesse Grandy is the lightest player in the draft at only 148 pounds.
Ohio State has had 83 players drafted since 2000, more than any other school in the country.
Florida State defensive end Cornellius Carradine is nicknamed "Tank." Not because he's big, but because he carried around a toy tank as a young kid.
UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin is a sort of reality TV star, having appeared on the BET show Baldwin Hills.
Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel, who could go first in the draft, has a twin brother, Matt, who is expected to be the backup quarterback this year to Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel.
It's possible that not one running back will be selected in the first round. If that happens, it'll be the first time since 1963.
Lawrence Okoye is a 6-foot-6, 308-pound Olympic discus thrower who has entered the draft despite having never stepped on a football field.
Oregon defensive lineman Dion Jordan suffered burns to 40 percent of his body in 2007 when he tried to siphon gasoline out of a car with a vacuum. (Sports Illustrated)