Ohio State leads nation in number of NFL Combine invitations this year
If the NFL was hosting its annual scouting combine this year, no team would have more players in Indianapolis than Ohio State.
On Wednesday, the NFL released its complete list of players invited to the 2021 NFL Scouting Combine, although the official event will not take place. Ohio State had 14 players receive an invitations, three more than any other program in college football.
Alabama, Georgia and Notre Dame all had 11 players invited.
The Buckeyes also had six more invitations received than any other B1G program. Next in line was Michigan, which saw eight players receive and invite. You can view the B1G’s complete list here.
Instead of an actual scouting combine, scouts will attend pro days for the prospects and there will also be virtual interviews that are conducted by NFL teams. Ohio State’s pro day is currently set for March 30.
Here’s the list of Buckeyes who received an invitation to the combine:
- Tuf Borland, LB
- Baron Browning, LB
- Drue Chrisman, P
- Jonathon Cooper, DE
- Wyatt Davis, OG
- Luke Farrell, TE
- Justin Fields, QB
- Blake Haubeil, K
- Justin Hilliard, LB
- Josh Myers, C
- Trey Sermon, RB
- Tommy Togiai, DT
- Shaun Wade, CB
- Pete Werner, LB