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Michael Chen

Complete list of Ohio State football players invited to the NFL Combine

Ohio State football annually sends multiple players to the NFL Combine and this season is no different.

Although the list would have been much larger had many of the current Buckeyes opted to leave, there are still a good amount of former Ohio State players heading to Indianapolis.

A total of eight have been invited and many of them should get selected during the annual draft spectacle. The Buckeyes have had a fantastic run of players having immediate impacts at the next level and that shouldn’t change anytime soon.

Find out below with of the Ohio State prospects have been invited to the combine.

Wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr.


Harrison is widely considered as one of the top prospects in the draft. Over his Ohio State career he caught 155 balls for 2,613 yards and 31 touchdowns. He won the Belitnikoff Award this past season.

Tight end Cade Stover


Stover will be remembered as one of the best pass-catching tight ends of recent Ohio State history. He had 82 receptions for 1,058 yards and 10 touchdowns in his Buckeye career.

Running back Miyan Williams


Williams struggled to stay on the field due to injuries, but when he was able to contribute, it was impressive. He finished his career with 1,554 yards and 20 touchdowns.

Offensive lineman Matthew Jones


After a redshirt season, Jones was a stalwart on the Ohio State offensive line. Interior linemen don’t often get drafted high, but Jones should see his name getting called.

Defensive tackle Michael Hall Jr.


Hall also had issues staying healthy, but like Williams, when he was good to go, he was impressive. He finished his Buckeye career with 45 tackles and six sacks.

Linebacker Steele Chambers


One of the more unheralded players on Ohio State’s defense, Chambers made plenty of plays during his career. This past season was his best, and completed his Buckeye career with 208 tackles, 3 sacks, and 4 interceptions.

Linebacker Tommy Eichenberg


The two-time captain had an extremely successful Ohio State career. He was the Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year in 2023 and made multiple All-American teams. Eichenberg’s career stat line was impressive with 266 tackles, 3.5 sacks and two interceptions.

Safety Josh Proctor


Proctor turned in his best season as a Buckeyes during his final one, which put him on many NFL teams radars. He had 112 tackles, three interceptions and a sack during his Ohio State tenure.

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