Former Ohio State offensive lineman Michael Jordan will train for the NFL Scouting Combine with EXOS, a popular pre-draft training program that has helped many former Buckeyes prepare for their pre-draft workouts in recent years.
— EXOS Sports (@EXOSsports) January 10, 2019
EXOS, which has its main facility in Phoenix, is widely regarded as a top destination for NFL draft prospects to train for the combine. Since its inception, 838 players who have trained at EXOS have gone on to be selected in the NFL draft, including 165 first-round picks.
Former Buckeyes who have trained at EXOS have included Denzel Ward and Sam Hubbard in 2018; Marshon Lattimore, Curtis Samuel and Raekwon McMillan in 2017; and Eli Apple and Darron Lee in 2016.
Jordan, who played center for the Buckeyes last season but previously played two seasons at left guard and also has the size to potentially play tackle if needed, is currently ranked as the fourth-best guard in the 2019 NFL draft class by Bleacher Report's Matt Miller.