Ohio State defenders certainly made their presence felt at the Senior Bowl.

Four different Buckeyes — Baron Browning, Justin Hilliard, Tuf Borland and Jonathon Cooper — each made impactful plays in the National Team’s 27-24 victory on Saturday afternoon.

It’s worth starting off with Browning, who was sensational. He got things going early with this tackle for loss in the first quarter.

Browning finished with three total tackles. Here’s another tackle for loss from Browning later on in the game:

Borland and Cooper also stood out on multiple plays. Here’s an example, which includes a near interception for Borland:

That’s also a couple nice plays by Cooper against former Wake Forest QB Jamie Newman.

Last but not least, Hilliard stood out as well. Here’s a pair of nice plays by the former Buckeye:

Hilliard posted four tackles in the effort. Borland finished the game with a pair of tackles, a tackle for loss and a pass deflection. Cooper had a team-high 1.5 tackles for loss.

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