13 NFL Teams Will Have Scouts Attending Ohio State vs. Michigan

By Dan Hope on November 26, 2022 at 9:43 am
C.J. Stroud

13 NFL teams will have scouts inside the Shoe for The Game.

Per the press box seating chart for Saturday’s game, the Chicago Bears, New York Giants and Seattle Seahawks will each have two representatives inside the Shoe to watch Ohio State’s regular-season finale against Michigan while the San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, Las Vegas Raiders, Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers will each have one.

Three postseason all-star games for NFL draft prospects – the Shrine Bowl, NFLPA Collegiate Bowl and Hula Bowl – will also have representatives in attendance.

There will be no shortage of NFL talent on both sides for those evaluators to watch in Saturday’s rivalry game, as Ohio State and Michigan possess two of the most talented rosters in college football.

Draft-eligible Ohio State players who are expected to play big roles in Saturday’s game include quarterback C.J. Stroud, running back Miyan Williams, tight end Cade Stover, offensive tackles Paris Johnson Jr. and Dawand Jones, center Luke Wypler, defensive end Zach Harrison, defensive tackle Taron Vincent, linebackers Tommy Eichenberg and Steele Chambers, cornerback Cameron Brown and safeties Ronnie Hickman, Lathan Ransom and Tanner McCalister.

Notable draft prospects from Michigan include running back Blake Corum, wide receiver Ronnie Bell, tight end Luke Schoonmaker, left tackle Ryan Hayes, center Olusegun Oluwatimi, right guard Zak Zinter, defensive end Mike Morris, defensive tackle Mazi Smith and cornerback DJ Turner.

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