Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave are the newest Ohio State WRs to enter the NFL Draft. According to some scouts, they could be taken off the board a lot earlier than people think.

Per ESPN NFL Draft Analyst Matt Miller, the Buckeyes wideout duo are gaining some interest and could jump ahead of their 2022 NFL Draft projections and get taken earlier than expected. Wilson was 2nd on the team in yards receiving with 1,058 while Olave was 3rd on the team with 936 yards receiving.

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Miller tweeted about the news on Thursday morning from his Twitter account.

ESPN’s Mike Tannenbaum has Wilson as the first of the WR pair to be taken by the New York Jets with the 4th overall pick, while having Olave go to the Washington Commanders with pick No. 11.

With the likes of Terry McLaurin (Washington), Curtis Samuel (Washington), and Michael Thomas (New Orleans) in the NFL, it’s definitely possible that Ohio State could produce some more productive wideouts at the next level.

You can see where Olave and Wilson get drafted on Thursday Apr. 28 in Las Vegas, Nevada at 8 p.m. ET.