Ohio State football is kind of a big deal these days, as some of the experts around the web believe this program could challenge Alabama as the top team in the nation heading into the 2013 season.
Fielding a top NCAA team means there are likely a few NFL-caliber players on the roster, and that’s surely the case for Ohio State this season.
This team is loaded with talent, but there are talented players who go undrafted every year.
These players will not only be drafted, but there’s a good chance they have what it takes to be selected in the first round of the 2014 NFL draft.
Bradley Roby, Cornerback
Of all the players on the Buckeyes’ current roster who are eligible to be drafted in 2014, Roby has the best chance of being selected early in the first round.
Brandon Castel of The-Ozone.net pointed out recently that Roby was the No. 11 pick in an early 2014 mock over at SI.com:
As a sophomore last year, Roby recorded 62 tackles, two interceptions and 17…
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