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Kent State University head football coach Paul Haynes talks about his first recruiting class during a news conference at the M.A.C. Center on Wednesday in Kent. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
Kent State University graduate assistant Darren Paige (left) congratulates Kris White after he addressed members of the media at a news conference at the M.A.C. Center on Wednesday in Kent. White, a receiver from Groveland, Florida, is the first 2013 recruit to enroll this semester at KSU. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
Kent State University director of athletics Joel Nielsen (left) and head football coach Paul Haynes at a news conference announcing Haynes' first recruiting class at the M.A.C. Center on Wednesday in Kent. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
The 2016 NFL Draft has the chance be historic from a local perspective. Not only will the Browns again be seeking a franchise quarterback under a new regime, but it could be a record-setting draft for Ohio State and a memorable one for the University of Akron and Walsh Jesuit High School.