More NFL eyes will be on the Buckeyes today.
Ohio State and Michigan will kick off today at noon, and a number of NFL organizations will be on hand to see what the Buckeyes and Wolverines have to offer their franchises.
Last week against Penn State, at least 12 NFL teams were expected to be represented. This time around, there will be several more representatives from across the country checking in on the two Midwest rivals.
General manager Ryan Pace is among three Chicago Bears representatives attending todays Ohio State-Michigan game. Detroit Lions, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks also have scouts attending.— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) November 30, 2019
Ohio State is expected to have at least a pair of first-rounders in Chase Young and Jeffrey Okudah with Young being looked at as a potential No. 1 overall pick. Damon Arnette, J.K. Dobbins, Malik Harrison, Jordan Fuller, and K.J. Hill have also been in the midst of the Draft buzz.
Michigan's potential draftees include a pair of junior wideouts in Nico Collins and Donovan Peoples-Jones. Senior guard Ben Bredeson is another player who's expected to make it to the next level, and he'll have the opportunity to impress today against a talented Ohio State defensive line.
Some more intel for those of us watching at home:
KICKOFF: 12:08 p.m.
STREAM: FOX Sports Go
LINE: Ohio State -8