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Buckeyes draft success, snubs, Michigan talent gap

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Buckeyes draft success, snubs, Michigan talent gap

COLUMBUS — After a busy weekend full of NFL Draft selections from Ohio State, Lettermen Live presented by Roosters is back to break it all down.

Host Austin Ward is joined by Lettermen Row Director of Recruiting Jeremy Birmingham, along with former Buckeyes greats Zach Boren and Beanie Wells. The guys break down every angle of the draft for Ohio State, including how the Buckeyes have had so much success in the draft, who the biggest snubs were and more.

The conversation also included a look at the talent gap between Ohio State and its biggest rival, Michigan. Both schools had 10 selections in the draft, but many of Michigan’s came in late rounds.

Another jam-packed, fun, casual conversation of Lettermen Live presented by Roosters is here.

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UM’s ‘draft success’
is as drafty
as their diversity of ‘development’.

as ‘the [rating/ranking] numbers’…
just keep jiggling around, awaiting the latest guru
to tell us what ‘whatever they mean….


Love you guys! I have one caveat re Birm’s qoute from Urban about how bad it can be to be offered and arrive at OSU and find out you are not good enough. This seemed to be said in the context of early committals, basically saying that signing mistakes can occur due to the early signing process. Another year of growth/development in HS can be a huge thing.


Good point.



“the Process” did it?


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