COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The NBA draft has arrived as the newest crop of basketball talent from around the world will convene in Brooklyn to discover if their hoop dreams will be realized.

It is expected that two Ohio State players, Malaki Branham and E.J. Liddell, will be selected in the first round of the draft Thursday night and become the first Buckeyes drafted in the NBA in four years.

In the 75-year history of the league, a total of 25 Buckeyes have been taken in the first round of the draft with none selected in that round over the last seven years.

Here is every NBA first-round pick from Ohio State dating as far back as the first draft in 1947.

2010s (3)

D’Angelo Russell (Active)

  • Selected: No. 2 in 2015 (Los Angeles Lakers)
  • Current Team: Minnesota Timberwolves
  • Career: 7 seasons, 4 teams, 1x All-Star, All-Rookie 2nd Team

Jared Sullinger (Active)

  • Selected: No. 21 in 2012 (Boston Celtics)
  • Current Team: Shenzhen Aviators in China
  • NBA Career: 5 seasons, 2 teams

Evan Turner

  • Selected: No. 2 in 2010 (Philadelphia 76ers)
  • Career: 11 seasons, 5 teams

2000s (5)

Byron Mullens

  • Selected: No. 24 in 2009 (Dallas Mavericks)
  • NBA Career: 6 seasons, 4 teams

Kosta Koufos

  • Selected: No. 23 in 2008 (Utah Jazz)
  • NBA Career: 12 seasons, 5 teams

Greg Oden

  • Selected: No. 1 in 2007 (Portland Trail Blazers)
  • NBA Career: 3 seasons, 2 teams

Mike Conley Jr. (Active)

  • Selected: No. 4 in 2007 (Memphis Grizzlies)
  • Current Team: Utah Jazz
  • Career: 15 seasons, 2 teams, 1x All-Star, 1x All-Defensive 2nd Team, 3x NBA Sportsmanship Award

Daequan Cook

  • Selected: No. 21 in 2007 (Philadelphia 76ers)
  • NBA Career: 7 seasons, 4 teams, 1x NBA 3-Point Contest winner

1990s (2)

Derek Anderson

  • Selected: No. 13 in 1997 (Cleveland Cavaliers)
  • Career: 12 seasons, 7 teams, 1x NBA Champion (2006 with Miami), NBA All-Rookie 2nd Team
  • Note: Drafted out of Kentucky, played at Ohio State from 1992 to ’94

Jim Jackson

  • Selected: No. 4 in 1992 (Dallas Mavericks)
  • Career: 14 seasons, 12 teams

1980s (6)

Dennis Hopson

  • Selected: No. 3 in 1987 (New Jersey Nets)
  • NBA Career: 5 seasons, 3 teams, 1x NBA Champion (1991 with Chicago)

Brad Sellers

  • Selected: No. 9 in 1986 (Chicago Bulls)
  • NBA Career: 8 seasons, 4 teams

Tony Campbell

  • Selected: No. 20 in 1984 (Detroit Pistons)
  • NBA Career: 11 seasons, 6 teams, 1x NBA Champion (1988 with Lakers)

Clark Kellogg

  • Selected: No. 8 in 1982 (Indiana Pacers)
  • Career: 5 seasons with Pacers, NBA All-Rookie 1st Team

Herb Williams

  • Selected: No. 14 in 1981 (Indiana Pacers)
  • Career: 18 seasons, 4 teams

Kelvin Ransey

  • Selected: No. 4 in 1980 (Chicago Bulls)
  • NBA Career: 6 seasons, 3 teams, NBA All-Rookie 1st Team

1970s (1)

Jim Cleamons

  • Selected: No. 13 in 1971 (Los Angeles Lakers)
  • Career: 9 seasons, 4 teams, 1x NBA Champion (1972 with Lakers)

1960s (5)

Bill Hosket

  • Selected: No. 10 in 1968 (New York Knicks)
  • Career: 4 seasons, 2 teams, 1x NBA Champion (1970 with Knicks)

Gary Bradds

  • Selected: No. 3 in 1964 (Baltimore Bullets)
  • NBA Career: 3 seasons

Jerry Lucas

  • Selected: Territorial Pick in 1962 (Cincinnati Royals)
  • Career: Hall of Famer, One of NBA 50 and 75 greatest players, 1x NBA Champion (1973 with Knicks), 7x All-Star, 3x All-NBA 1st Team

John Havlicek

  • Selected: No. 7 in 1962 (Boston Celtics)
  • Career: Hall of Famer, One of NBA 50 and 75 greatest players, 8x NBA Champion, 13x All-Star, 4x All-NBA 1st Team

Larry Siegfried

  • Selected: No. 3 in 1961 (Cincinnati Royals)
  • NBA Career: 9 seasons, 3 teams, 5x NBA Champion

1950s (1)

Dick Schnittker

  • Selected: No. 4 in 1950 (Washington Capitols)
  • Career: 6 seasons, 2 teams, 2x NBA Champion (1953 and 54 with Lakers)

1940s (2)

Jack Underman

  • Selected: No. 7 in 1947 (St. Louis Bombers)
  • Never played professionally

Paul Huston

  • Selected: No. 8 in 1947 (Chicago Stags)
  • Career: 1 season