Kenny Guiton is undoubtedly the most beloved backup quarterback the Buckeyes have ever had. Unfortunately, his eligibility expired after last season.
Many think Guiton will end up back in Columbus as a graduate assistant, but the Smooth Sensation has NFL dreams to chase before then. And those NFL dreams got a big boost today.
As our Kyle Rowland reported in his full breakdown of Ohio State's pro day, the Smooth Sensation has a private workout scheduled with the Patriots.
The Patriots have experience with drafting career backups. In 2005, they drafted USC backup Matt Cassel in the seventh round. In 2009, they flipped Cassel and Mike Vrabel — a name folks around here might recognize — for a second round pick.
While it's not expected for Guiton would replace Tom Brady, there are certainly worst spots to land in the NFL than under the tutelage of Brady and Bill Belichick.