Ohio State Players in the NFL Draft
Covering your favorite former Buckeyes in the 2022 NFL Draft
C.J. Stroud is off to a red-hot start in the NFL, proving doubters wrong and making his case for Rookie of the Year
The former Buckeye signal caller is experiencing early success in Houston. And it should come as no surprise to those of us who know that ‘ball don’t lie’.
Both of these receivers have great opportunities in front of them.
The Buckeyes saw six players taken in this year’s NFL Draft.
As a Jets and Buckeyes fan myself, I had the best draft experience. However, it turns out Jeremy Ruckert did, too.
Over the years, a number of Ohio State players not drafted in the NFL Draft have gone on to make their way into the league and play big roles.
Which former Ohio State wide receiver has the highest ceiling, and which current NFL stars could they possibly model their game(s) after?
Garrett Wilson, Chris Olave, and even Jameson Williams are all expected to go in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft. Team, fit, and health will all play a role in their professional success, but here is a best guess at future potential.
Where is the NFL Draft this year? What channels can you find it on? When could we some Ohio State players come off the board? We got all that info and more.
Ohio State has a long list of draft eligible players, so we take a one last look at where they might end up.
Your (almost) daily dose of good-natured, Ohio State banter.
Contrary to popular belief, there are more Buckeyes in this year’s draft pool other than just Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson.
Jackson is an unheralded Buckeye who is looking to make the most of any opportunity in the NFL
Ohio State Draft Profile: Demario McCall brings high level athleticism, versatility to the next level
After an up and down career, McCall brings athleticism and positional versatility to the next level
Where would the former Buckeye wideouts be best suited?
Munford had an illustrious career in Columbus, but the limitations he showed in 2021 are a lot to overlook for draft evaluators
A combine performance can be worth millions of dollars, so we look at which Ohio State Buckeye has the most to gain.
While the league’s COVID restrictions may turn away prospects from participating in the combine, it brings about the question of whether top prospects should skip it anyway.
Tyreke Smith never reached his ceiling at Ohio State, but his potential is through the roof due to his athleticism
Haskell Garrett’s intangibles will take him a long way, but he will need to fill in some gaps to have a successful career in the NFL.
Ruckert wasn’t a high volume pass-catcher, but he still brings the skill set and experience NFL teams are looking for
With the NFL season coming to a close, the time has come to bring out our best predictions as to where certain Buckeyes will end up at the next level.
Olave is a proven No. 1 wide out, but can make a great complimentary weapon for teams looking to fill out their receiver rooms
Wilson has the stats and skills to back up his place among the top receivers on NFL Draft boards.