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Feb. 24, 2016

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TODAY AT THE NFL COMBINE
Media Interviews – Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Tight Ends

Ezekiel Elliott Cardale Jones Jalin Marshall Braxton Miller Michael Thomas Nick Vannett

Left or right tackle, Taylor Decker just wants to play in NFL

“At the end of the day, I just want to play football,” Decker said. “So if a team asked me to play another position, absolutely I would.” READ MORE>>

Braxton Miller knows it’s his time to shine

“I’m coming to the combine to show that everything isn’t hype, it’s real,” Miller said. “I put the time, effort and dedication in on one thing, and that’s being the best receiver in this year’s draft. This is not a one-time thing for me. This is an opportunity for me to showcase my skills and athleticism without the ball in my hand. I’m going out there and be myself and just have fun.” READ MORE >>

Ohio State’s Taylor Decker eager to make impact in NFL

Former Butler High School and Ohio State tackle Taylor Decker is projected by some to be a first-round pick in this year’s NFL Draft, but he said he wants more than that. READ MORE >>

@EzekielElliott is the premier RB in this draft class. He’s somebody who, I think, is worthy of a top 10 selection” pic.twitter.com/Z22SJLKBzb

— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) February 24, 2016

Top 5 OL prospects at the #NFLDraft (via @BuckyBrooks):

5. T. Decker
4. C. Whitehair
3-1: https://t.co/O2XtqPvrJY pic.twitter.com/mzlNE2Olfw

— NFL (@NFL) February 24, 2016

NFL Combine: Perry jumps at chance to help troops

Joshua Perry is one of four players who will participate in a fundraiser to raise money for the Eagle Fund, which supports active-duty wounded or injured members of the U.S. military’s special operations forces. Perry and Georgia receiver Malcolm Mitchell will compete to raise the most money in the vertical jump. Offensive linemen Ryan Kelly from Alabama and Shon Coleman from Auburn will compete in the bench press. READ MORE >>

Road to the Combine: Ohio State’s Vonn Bell says he’s the draft’s best safety

Vonn Bell is the best safety in this year’s draft class. Just ask him. The Ohio State ball hawk makes it known on the eve of the 2016 NFL scouting combine.

“I really feel that way,” Bell said. “I really do. I am the best safety in this class.”

Why? Easy.

“Leader. On the field coach. I feel like I have the whole package.” READ MORE >>

7 top QB prospects?
They’re Indy bound.
And they’re ALL going to throw.

Bring. It. On: https://t.co/eErahMEOHR pic.twitter.com/tZsKq1DPUd

— NFL (@NFL) February 24, 2016

One former scout says Ezekiel Elliott compares favorably to one 11-year veteran RB: https://t.co/64HGMrLAgk pic.twitter.com/UbiHUhjN1t

— NFL (@NFL) February 23, 2016

Full NFL combine invite list: 14 Buckeyes headed to Indy

The annual NFL combine kicks off on Feb. 23, and this year, 332 prospects were invited to Indianapolis to showcase their skills. Click here to see which Buckeyes were invited.