TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline believes Ohio State senior T Taylor Decker is "worthy of top 20 consideration."
Ohio State redshirt sophomore CB Eli Apple is "top 15 material on my board," according to TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
Ohio State junior RB Ezekiel Elliott forced 41 missed tackles in 2014, according to Pro Football Focus.
Per TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline, Ohio State redshirt sophomore OLB Darron Lee "could be a stronger, more explosive version of Ryan Shazier."
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline believes WR Michael Thomas, TE Nick Vannett and "possibly" LB Josh Perry "could contend as top 100 selections."
Ohio State senior DL Adolphus Washington is moving back to the 3-technique to replace the departed Michael Bennett.
Asked about who will start at QB in the opener against Virginia Tech, Ohio State HC Urban Meyer said the "first guy that jogs out at Blacksburg will be the starting quarterback."
The four Ohio State players suspended for the Virginia Tech game were punished for marijuana and academics, according to ESPN's Joe Schad.
Ohio State junior DE Joey Bosa and sophomore WR Jalin Marshall have been suspended for the school's season opener against Virginia Tech, according to Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch.
College Football 24/7 writer Chase Goodbread advises Ohio State HC Urban Meyer to start redshirt junior QB Cardale Jones "and don't look back."
Ohio State graduate QB/H-back Braxton Miller "could land in the top half of the draft" if he is "able to consistently snare passes from [J.T.] Barrett or [Cardale] Jones" in his new role of H-back, notes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
Ohio State redshirt junior Michael Thomas emerged "as a legitimate No. 1 option" during Cardale Jones' time as the starter, according to Austin Ward of ESPN.
Mlive.com's Mike Griffith believes Ohio State junior S Vonn Bell is the top defensive back in the Big Ten.
Ohio State senior TE Nick Vannett boasts a nice blend of "size, hands, and surprising speed," observes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
Ohio State graduate QB/H-back Braxton Miller "has one of the best first steps in college football, but he's also a nifty runner with impressive elusiveness," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.