With the NFL Draft under three months away on April 23, 337 players were invited to the NFL Scouting Combine. Eleven of those players come from Ohio State, tied for the second-most of any college football team with Michigan, and trailing only LSU’s 16 players.
Alabama and Georgia trailed behind with 10 invited players apiece.
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On the offense, running back J.K. Dobbins, wide receiver K.J. Hill, wide receiver Austin Mack, wide receiver Binjimen Victor and offensive guard Jonah Jackson received invitations. Florida was the only other team to have three wide outs invited to the combine.
Defensively, the Buckeyes have defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton, defensive end Chase Young, linebacker Malik Harrison, safety Jordan Fuller, cornerback Jeff Okudah and cornerback Damon Arnette. Ohio State is one of two teams, along with Utah, to have a pair of corners invited.
The NFL Scouting Combine begins at the end of this month on Feb. 27.
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