The Florida State Seminoles came off the board early and often during the 2015 NFL Draft setting a new two-year total with 29 players selected.

Florida State sets new mark with 29 players drafted in three years

Over the past three years, the Florida State Seminoles have become recognized as one of the top college football programs across the land and NFL franchises have begun to take notice.

On Saturday, the Seminoles set the record for most players drafted over a three-year span accumulating 29 total draft picks.

The University of Miami and University of Southern California previously held the top mark at 28 before Florida State set a record when offensive lineman Bobby Hart was selected in the seventh round.

With 10 #Noles picked this year, FSU has now tied the three-year record for NFL Draft picks w/ 28. We match Miami (02-04) & USC (08-10).

— FSU Football (@FSU_Football) May 2, 2015

The #Noles have established a new modern draft record with 29 picks over a 3-year span! pic.twitter.com/sBZNYcvfpG

— FSU Seminoles (@Seminoles) May 2, 2015

The Seminoles NFL Draft dominance has been one of record dominance, but head coach Jimbo Fisher will be faced with one of his most difficult rebuilding tasks in 2015.

Florida State lost numerous key players to a team that came up just shy of winning the first ever College Football Playoff.

As proven in the draft, Fisher does know how to mold players into elite talents and this upcoming year should not be an exception.