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2011 NFL Draft Results: Michigan Football's Steve Schilling Picked By Chargers

A day after the San Diego Chargers took Michigan linebacker Jonas Mouton in the second round, they selected Michigan offensive guard Steve Schilling in the sixth round. Schilling was selected with the 201st overall pick and the sixth round's 36th pick.

Schilling was a four-year starter at Michigan. He was also a team captain in 2010 and got to block in front of elusive quarterback Denard Robinson. Many thought Schilling could go as early as the fifth round, but he was taken near the end of the sixth round instead.

It's unlikely any other Michigan players will be drafted this year. Guys like Martell Webb and James Rogers are hoping to be surprise picks, but in all likelihood they will be undrafted free agents.

SB Nation has full coverage of the 2011 NFL Draft at its NFL Draft hub and NFL Draft blog, Mocking The Draft. For more on the Detroit Lions, make sure to check out Pride Of Detroit and SB Nation Detroit's NFL Draft StoryStream.