Nick Bosa will be attending this year's NFL draft, but Dwayne Haskins will not.
The NFL announced the list of prospects who will be attending this year's draft on Tuesday evening, and that list includes former Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa, who is projected to be selected during the first round of the draft on April 25.
Bosa, considered by many draft analysts to be the best overall player in this year's class, is widely projected to be a top-three overall pick, with many mock drafts projecting that he will be selected by the San Francisco 49ers with the No. 2 overall pick.
Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins, however, has decided not to attend the NFL draft. According to NFL Network, the Maryland product will host a draft party in his hometown instead.
Haskins is expected to be a first-round pick, but his draft stock is a little bit tougher to pinpoint, as some recent rumors have suggested he could fall a bit further than initially expected. He's still widely projected to be a top-15 pick, with the New York Giants (who hold the No. 6 overall pick), Denver Broncos (No. 10), Cincinnati Bengals (No. 11), Miami Dolphins (No. 13) and Washington Redskins (No. 15) ranking among his most likely suitors.
Ohio State's other potential selections in this year's draft include wide receivers Parris Campbell, Terry McLaurin and Johnnie Dixon, defensive tackle Dre'Mont Jones, offensive linemen Michael Jordan and Isaiah Prince, running back Mike Weber and cornerback Kendall Sheffield. Bosa, however, is the only Buckeye who will actually be in Nashville for the draft, while the rest will be watching from afar as they hope to receive a call.
The first round of the NFL draft will begin at 8 p.m. on April 25. The second and third rounds of the draft will be held on April 26 beginning at 7 p.m., while the fourth through seventh rounds will be held on April 27 beginning at noon. All rounds of the draft will be televised on ABC, ESPN and NFL Network.