The 2012 Ohio State Buckeyes achieved perfection this fall, marching through their schedule with an unblemished 12-0 record.
With Braxton Miller and eight other starters coming back to an offense that generated 37 points per game this year, the Buckeyes will likely enter next season as one of the few favorites to reach the national title game in 2013.
Two of Ohio State’s top players on defense, though, might skip out on the fun to get an early start at an NFL career.
Just spoke to Bradley Roby and Johnathan Hankins and both told me they’re still weighing options about the NFL.— Ari Wasserman (@AriWassermanBSB) December 5, 2012
Losing both Roby and Hankins would be devastating to an Ohio State defense that’s already losing six starters to graduation (John Simon, Garrett Goebel, Nathan Williams, Etienne Sabino, Zach boren and Travis Howard).
But while it would be a huge blow to the defense, it would certainly be understandable.
Hankins has been projected as…
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