Jim Harris with The Buzz: 2014 NFL Draft Wrap – Kiero Small Goes Big

Each Tuesday Jim Harris appears on 103.7 The Buzz FM at 11 a.m. during the The Zone with Justin Acri and Pat Bradley. This week the crew puts a wrap on the NFL Draft. Kiero Small, not universally expected to be drafted, was. He was picked up by the Seattle Seahawks and Jim shares a bit of this big bruiser’s story.

Additionally, the fellas poke a little fun at Johnny Manziel. Who can blame them? It’s so easy to do.

The Arkansas Razorbacks football program has produced at least three draft picks for the fourth straight year, which ranks as the second-longest streak in school history and longest since 1969-77. In the last four drafts, Arkansas’ 12 offensive players selected ranks second in the SEC and tied for fourth in the NCAA.

The Razorbacks had at least one draft pick for the 19th consecutive year, a streak that also ranks second in school history. The school record for consecutive drafts featuring at least one Razorback is 23 from 1965-87.

During Friday’s third round, Travis Swanson became the highest-drafted center in school history when the Detroit Lions selected him with the 76th overall pick. Saturday featured three picks led by Chris Smith taken in the fifth round by the Jacksonville Jaguars, whose staff coached him at the Senior Bowl. Kiero Small was picked in the seventh round by the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks, and one pick later Zach Hocker became the third kicker in program history drafted when he was selected by the Washington Redskins.

The full discussion is in the video below. And by the way, we sure would appreciate you following us over on our YouTube Channel at this link. Thanks.



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