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Ohio State men’s basketball plays Nebraska tomorrow. Poor Nebraska, ruled by petty tyrant (or–if you prefer–Petteway tyrant) Tim Miles, who has stripped the team of locker room privileges until their performance meets expectations.
To these children of the corn, the Buckeyes offer sanctuary.
6’5″ 254 pounds
- 26 reps on the bench press
- second best performance on the bench of this year’s tight ends
- did not participate in other testing (40-yard dash, three-cone, etc.) as he’s recovering from an ankle injury
- Cleveland.com suggests the Browns have a real need at tight end that Heuerman could fill
6’0″, 196 pounds
- 4.42 seconds on the 40-yard dash
- 10 reps on the bench press
- 39.0″ vertical jump
- 122.0″ broad jump
- 4.15 second 20-yard shuttle
- NFL.com compared him to DeSean Jackson
- reporters who cover the Bengals, Browns, Chargers, Bears, and 49ers have all written about Smith in conjunction with their teams
6’2″, 293 pounds
- did not participate in testing because he’s still recovering from a groin injury
- was widely cited as one of the most impressive at the podium during media interviews
- the Detroit Lions seemed especially interested in the defensive lineman
5’10”, 200 pounds
- 4.44 seconds on the 40-yard dash
- tied for third best time on the 40-yard dash of this year’s corners
- 21 reps on the bench press
- second best performance on the bench of this year’s corners
- 33.0″ vertical jump
- 116.0″ broad jump
- 4.33 second 20-yard shuttle
- teams linked to Grant have included the Patriots, Broncos, Steelers, and we know he interviewed with the 49ers
Ohio State’s Pro Day is March 13th.
Lettuce take a moment to enjoy the high-fiber workout of Nick Foligno and Ryan Johansen. The two Blue Jackets forwards squash the corny notion that you can’t play with your food.
Now enjoy as you watch them pepper the net.
You know, I think that first “vegetable” might be an avocado. Technically, that’s a fruit. How do you like them apples?
Foligno certainly didn’t like having to pay up after (spoiler alert) losing the race.
“Don’t quit your day job, Foligno,” might be my favorite Morgan Freeman line since…Oh, heck. Everything Freeman says is an instant classic.
Like these videos? They were uncovered by the great Alison Lukan. I’m giving her a hat tip, you should give her a follow.
That hasn’t earned him any goodwill with at least one of the locals, though…
Terrelle Pryor contacted my parents to rent one of our houses… My dad told him no and ended the conversation with a GO BLUE!!!
— Haley Fournier (@hafournier) February 19, 2015
So for all the recent talk about how great the Duke/North Carolina basketball rivalry is (and last night’s game was fantastic), today score one for Ohio State/Michigan.
Hat tip to friend and colleague Tim Hall.
Today is day one of the NFL combine. The first group of players to arrive in Indianapolis includes former Buckeye tight end Jeff Heuerman as well as the other members of his position group, place kickers, special teamers and offensive lineman.
Eventually, there will be four Buckeyes sweating under the scouts’ microscope, and of these, one seems to stand out in the mind of NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock.
“Devin Smith…tracks the deep ball maybe better than anybody in this draft,” Mayock said. “A lot of guys can’t.”
Pointing out he also expects Smith to run a forty-yard dash in less than 4.35 seconds, Mayock added, “He’s got kind that of that center fielder skill to track the ball in the air, and that’s rare, and when you combine it with his speed, that’s a big weapon.”
Smith and the other wide receivers, quarterbacks and running backs report for orientation tomorrow.
The next day, it’s linebackers and defensive lineman checking in, and Mayock feels Michael Bennett should go somewhere in the second round and is one of eight defensive tackles he would consider a “high-level” player.
“I like Michael Bennett,” Mayock said. “He needs to be in a system where he plays 3 technique in a 4-3. I think his quickness and explosion is what sets him apart.”
The last group in Indianapolis is comprised of defensive backs, including one final Ohio State Buckeye.
“As far as Doran Grant,” said Mayock, “he’s kind of sneaky because his measurements, I don’t think are going to jump off the board, but he’s a really good football players, and from all I’ve heard, he’s a great kid and a hard work ethic kid. He’s the kind of guy I would bet on.”
Mayock projects Grant to go “in the middle rounds.”
The NFL Network’s coverage of the combine starts with the on-field workouts Friday, and, of course, we’ll be telling you how the Ohio State players are doing on 97.1 The Fan.
For what Mayock had to say about the Browns and the upcoming draft, listen below: