Ohio State football's pro day is being held at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center in Columbus this afternoon.
J.T. Barrett isn't considered to be one of the Buckeyes' top NFL Draft prospects, but he might be the player with the most eyes on him today. The quarterback is considered to be a potential late-round prospect.
Here's what NFL.com says about his prospects:
"Barrett is a natural leader with the ability to hurt defenses with his feet or with his arm on any given play, but he needs to improve his ball placement and approach in attacking coverage. Barrett's character, competitiveness, and ability in short-yardage situations give him a shot to compete for a roster spot as a package-based quarterback while he continues to try and improve as a passer," writes NFL.com.
Barrett has a ton of people watching him throw today. Among those people is a former Ohio State quarterback.
Cardale Jones has shown up to support Barrett and his former Buckeye teammates. It's pretty awesome.
Check it out:
Once a Buckeye, always a Buckeye.
The NFL Draft will be held in Arlington, Texas from April 26 to April 28.