NFL Media ranks Ohio State junior RB Ezekiel Elliott as the No. 5 preseason Heisman candidate.
NFL Media pegs whoever wins the Ohio State quarterback gig as one of the premier Heisman candidates in the country.
NFL Media ranks Ohio State junior RB Ezekiel Elliott as the No. 6 offensive player in the country.
SB Nation's Dan Kadar believes Ohio State senior DE Adolphus Washington "could be a breakout candidate moving to the three-technique position that Michael Bennett played last season."
NFL Media compares Ohio State senior T Taylor Decker to Matt Kalil.
Ohio State redshirt sophomore LB Darron Lee is "perfectly playing the role of Ryan Shazier 2.0," writes SB Nation's Dan Kadar.
SB Nation's Dan Kadar believes there is "no clear-cut top quarterback prospect" at the moment.
Ohio State junior edge rusher Joey Bosa "is an early frontrunner for best player in the draft," wrote SB Nation's Dan Kadar.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes Ohio State junior edge rusher Joey Bosa compares more to Jared Allen than a JJ Watt.
Ohio State senior QB Braxton Miller is "badly in need of time in the spotlight to prove himself as a prospect to NFL scouts," notes NFL Media.
Ohio State junior RB Ezekiel Elliott's injured left wrist has been fully medically cleared.
NFL Media ranks Ohio State redshirt sophmore QB J.T. Barrett as the No.4 returning offensive player for 2015.
Ohio State junior RB Ezekiel Elliott is the Heisman favorite at 6/1, according to Bovada.
Ohio State is still the favorite to win the 2015-2016 College Football Playoff with 7/2 odds, according to Bovada.
NFL.com's Chase Goodbread notes that Ohio State junior edge rusher Joey Bosa "combines the physical skills to beat offensive tackles to the quarterback using either power or quickness with a relentless motor."