There are 12 different former Ohio State Buckeyes in NFL Mock Drafts. And it looks like the program could be on the verge of doing something it has never done before.
Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins just announced that he will forego his senior season and declared himself eligible for the 2020 NFL Draft.
The NFL Draft decisions for this year’s Buckeyes range from total no-brainers to genuine debates. Here’s a look at the players who are likely to go, likely to stay for another year, and those stuck somewhere in the middle.
We’re back after a week off to prepare for the holidays and even though we procrastinated and didn’t use that time to prepare at all, we are giving you a show this week anyway. Unfortunately, Chip couldn’t make it this week with some family stuff he had to attend to, so filling in for him is The Ozone’s very own Tony Gerdeman.
Although they weren’t on the field at the same time, arguably one of the best match-ups in Saturday’s game was between the two Heisman-caliber running backs, Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor and Ohio State’s J.K. Dobbins.
Any time an Ohio State player does something that only Archie Griffin has accomplished before, it’s a pretty big deal. Saturday against Wisconsin, J.K. Dobbins did just that.