NFL scouts will have a large group of Ohio State prospects to watch once again this year.
The Senior Bowl released its watch list for its 2020 game on Wednesday, and it includes 10 Ohio State seniors who could be NFL prospects: cornerback Damon Arnette, tight end Rashod Berry, defensive end Jonathon Cooper, safety Jordan Fuller, linebacker Malik Harrison, wide receiver K.J. Hill, left guard Jonah Jackson, wide receiver Austin Mack, long snapper Liam McCullough and wide receiver Binjimen Victor.
Ohio State is one of just eight schools with 10 or more players on the watch list, along with Michigan (15), Auburn (13), Ole Miss (11), South Carolina (10), Georgia (10), LSU (10) and Mississippi State (10).
Players who did not make the watch list can still be added to the list as the season progresses and earn an invite to the 2020 Senior Bowl, so other Buckeye seniors like defensive tackles Jashon Cornell, Davon Hamilton and Robert Landers and offensive tackles Branden Bowen and Joshua Alabi could still potentially earn their way into the game.
Of course, the watch list also does not include draft-eligible juniors and redshirt sophomores like defensive end Chase Young, running back J.K. Dobbins and cornerbacks Jeffrey Okudah and Shaun Wade who could also be prospects for the 2020 NFL draft if they choose to leave Ohio State early. Early NFL draft entrants, however, are not eligible to play in the Senior Bowl.