Ohio State will be well-represented at the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine, with eight Buckeyes invited to run drills, conduct interviews, and meet with coaches and general managers in Indianapolis starting on Feb. 26. Consensus top receiver prospect Marvin Harrison Jr. is expected to be the first receiver taken and is considered a consensus top-five pick. The week-long event will also feature former Ohio State players running back Miyan Williams, tight end Cade Stover, offensive lineman Matt Jones, defensive tackle Mike Hall Jr., linebackers Steele Chambers and Tommy Eichenberg, and safety Josh Proctor.

By the Numbers
  • Eight Buckeyes invited to the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine
  • 321 prospects will participate in the combine
  • 2024 draft could mark the second time since 2015 that at least two Ohio State players weren't drafted on Day 1
State of Play
  • Marvin Harrison Jr. expected to be the first receiver taken and a consensus top-five pick
  • The combine will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis from Feb. 26 to March 3
  • Three-day, seven-round NFL draft will take place in Detroit from Thursday, April 25
Bottom Line

The 2024 NFL Scouting Combine will see a significant Ohio State presence, with top prospects poised to make an impact in the upcoming draft, potentially continuing the Buckeyes' strong track record in the NFL.