Ohio State will be well-represented at the NFL Scouting Combine again.
The official list of invites for the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine was released on Thursday, and it includes 10 draft prospects from Ohio State: Nick Bosa, Parris Campbell, Johnnie Dixon, Dwayne Haskins, Dre'Mont Jones, Michael Jordan, Terry McLaurin, Isaiah Prince, Kendall Sheffield and Mike Weber.
It marks the fourth straight year that Ohio State has had at least eight players invited to the NFL Combine. Ohio State's 10 invites to this year's combine are the third-most of any school, behind only Clemson and Alabama – the two participants in this year's national championship game – who each have 11.
This year's group of combine invites includes two of the draft's top prospects in Bosa and Haskins, who have both indicated that they plan to be full participants at the combine even though they already in position to be top-10 picks. Bosa said he is back to full speed after his final season at Ohio State was cut short by core muscle surgery, while Haskins plans to both throw and run in Indianapolis after a record-setting season as Ohio State's starting quarterback.
Other Ohio State prospects to watch at the combine will include Campbell and Sheffield, who are both among the contenders to run the fastest 40-yard dash at this year's combine; McLaurin, who also expects to be among the combine's fastest men; and Jones, who is the most likely candidate to join Bosa and Haskins as a first-round pick.
This year's NFL Scouting Combine, at its usual location of Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, is scheduled for Feb. 26 through March 4. Offensive linemen and running backs (Jordan, Prince and Weber) will participate in on-field workouts on March 1, quarterbacks and receivers (Haskins, Campbell, McLaurin and Dixon) will work out on March 2, defensive linemen (Bosa and Jones) will work out on March 3 and defensive backs (Sheffield) will close out the combine on March 4.