Throughout the course of the offseason, Eleven Warriors is taking an in-depth look at the state of every position group at Ohio State.
Not too long ago, the depth of the offensive line was worrisome. So, too, was the quantity of high-end talent.
That’s not the case anymore.
Over the past couple of years, Greg Studrawa has steadied Ohio State’s offensive line, putting together a quality unit that has turned into one of the deepest in college football. And with guys like Wyatt Davis, Josh Myers, Jonah Jackson, Thayer Munford and Nicholas Petit-Frere up front, the Buckeyes have had plenty of NFL starting-quality linemen start.