Brunswick High School graduate Darius Slay is the first player from the First Coast to get selected in the 2013 NFL Draft.
The speedy cornerback from Mississippi State goes to the Detroit Lions in the 2nd round (36th pick overall).
With Tank Carradine going to San Francisco (40th overall) and Menelik Watson going to Oakland (42nd overall), Florida State had 5 of the first 42 players selected in this year's draft.
Former Gators middle linebacker Jon Bostic gets picked by Chicago with the 50th overall selection. He'll have an opportunity to play the position formerly held by Brian Urlacher.
Former Georgia Bulldogs John Jenkins and Shawn Williams go to New Orleans and Cincinnati respectively in the third round.
The University of Florida's Jordan Reed was also selected in the third round. The Redskins chose him with the 85th overall pick.