Dozens of players have started committing to play in the 2016 Reese's Senior Bowl, including several Ohio State players. This year's event will take place Jan. 30th in Mobile, Alabama, with tickets ranging from $10-$30. For those trying to watch from the comfort of their home, the NFL Network will also air the game.
Joining Joshua Perry -- who announced his participation last week -- will be quarterback turned half-back Braxton Miller (who will lineup at wide receiver), tight end Nick Vannett, offensive lineman Taylor Decker and defensive tackle Adolphus Washington. It seems like a good portion of the Buckeye seniors were invited to play in one last game during their college careers, and most were just waiting to see if they would be playing in the National Championship to accept. This will be the first step for many of these players on their way to the NFL.
One of the players attending the Senior Bowl is former Buckeye Noah Spence, who transferred to Eastern Kentucky, and found renewed success with his new team. He'll find himself on the grid iron one more time with some of the players he used to call 'brother'.
It might not be the way everyone wanted the season to end, but there will at least be one more chance to catch your favorite Buckeye donning Scarlet and Gray.