11 Ohio State Buckeyes have been invited to the combine that precedes the 2020 NFL Draft, and every one of them would be fine Philadelphia Eagles.
When it comes to the yearly task of retooling and reloading in college football, no one stocks the cupboard like the Ohio State Buckeyes. They field an NFL team every season. It’s no wonder why every February, the Philadelphia Eagles and every other franchise starts throwing on tape of every game that’s been played at ‘The Horseshoe’. With the 2020 NFL Draft approaching, this offseason won’t be any different.
In 2019, the Buckeyes conquered the rival Michigan Wolverines in ‘The Game’ yet again, helping them earn yet another undefeated regular season, a trip to another Big Ten Championship Game (which they won), and a trip to the College Football Playoff.
There, Ohio State would come up short versus the Clemson Tigers again, but the Buckeyes are the cream of the Big Ten’s crop. That trend will continue next season. You’ll just have to get to know some new faces as some of the cast will be different. Chase Young, Jeffrey Okudah, last year’s seniors, and the juniors from last year’s team that declared early won’t be there.
Fans of the pro game will welcome in the stars that cut their teeth in Columbus. Our first look at 11 of them will come in 2020’s NFL Combine. Here’s a look at who will be there with some extra attention paid to four standouts who could upgrade Philly’s roster immediately. Chase Young and Jeffrey Okudah aren’t included as they’ll be off of draft boards by the time Philly makes their selection at 21.