RENO — For the third consecutive year, the University of Nevada saw multiple players selected in the NFL Draft.
Reno native Duke Williams, who starred at Hug High School before becoming a four-year starter at safety for the Wolf Pack, was picked in the fourth round by the Buffalo Bills. He was the 105th overall selection in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Khalid Wooten, a multi-year starter at cornerback for Nevada, was picked in the sixth round by the Tennessee Titans, the 202nd overall pick in the draft.
In the history of the NFL Draft, Nevada has had 43 players selected. …