There's a scion of NFL personnel at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center—125 staffers from all 32 NFL teams at last official count. NFL Network and ESPN are broadcasting live throughout the day as Buckeyes from future first-round picks to NFL free agents one-year removed from the program trying to earn another shot.
Two of Ohio State's top overall prospects, Joey Bosa and Darron Lee, joined NFL Network reporter (and fellow Ohio State alumnus) Albert Breer after both solidified their first-round status during workouts.
- Bosa, who scored a 37 on his Wonderlic, on his little brother, Nick, wearing Tennessee Titan gear to pro day (Titans own the No. 1 pick in the 2016 draft): "He was trying to make a statement. I have no idea. It was pretty funny, though."
- Lee, who proved through limited workouts he was still fluid enough to play linebacker, on what the media and NFL's presence at pro day says about the program: "That we're producing NFL talent at Ohio State."
- In a comical moment, Bosa declined to answer who the best player is available in the draft. "I got grilled last time I said anything about that." Lee, like the smart man he is, declined to state a preference as well.