Ohio State's 2021 NFL Draft Picks and Looking Ahead to 2022

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Another NFL draft is complete, and people are already looking to ahead what could be another prolific class for Ohio State next year.
Before we look ahead, we start by talking about the 10 Buckeyes who were drafted last year – starting, of course, with Justin Fields, and how we expect things to play out for him as he starts his career with the Chicago Bears.
We also discuss how the Cleveland Browns might have gotten a steal in Tommy Togiai (7:35), why Pete Werner landed in a great spot in New Orleans (12:15) and more on Ohio State's 2021 NFL draft class as a whole, including how it explains what happened in last year's national championship game (24:40).
Our discussion on Ohio State's potential 2022 draft prospects begins at 27:35, including whether Chris Olave or Garrett Wilson will be the Buckeyes' top wide receiver prospect (29:05), why Jeremy Ruckert could be their next-best prospect (30:50), what Zach Harrison (33:45) and Sevyn Banks (34:33) need to do to make good on their early first-round projections and why Nicholas Petit-Frere (38:00), Taron Vincent (42:45) and Cameron Brown (44:27) could be Buckeyes who shoot up the draft board.
We also talk about Jameson Williams' decision to leave Ohio State for Alabama (45:30) – and why we really don't think that hurts the Buckeyes' loaded wide receiver room very much – and why the Ohio State basketball might not add anyone else to their roster even after Ibrahima Diallo's decision to transfer opened up a roster spot.

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