The Big Ten laid an egg last April at the 2013 draft. Wisconsin's Travis Frederick was the first Big Ten player selected in 2013, and that came to the Dallas Cowboys all the way at pick 31. Overall, the conference only managed to muster 22 drafted players, and only a mere seven players taken through the first three rounds, which was the lowest three round total of any major conference. For a conference that prides itself on football, this NFL production is unacceptable, especially when the league boasts powerhouse programs like Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State, and Wisconsin. However, the Big Ten will look to rebound for the 2014 draft, and the league is set to produce multiple first round picks.