Garrett Wilson dresses the part in today's skull session.

Skull Session: Buckeyes Have Next Year’s WR1 in Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Ohio State Has 8 Top-10 Picks in 7 Years, and Chris Olave Already Dominated in the Superdome

Let’s all just take a moment to appreciate Garrett Wilson’s draft night drip.

The pearls, the two-toned suit, the iconic Prada boots – as Eleven Warriors’ official fashion critic, I am happy to give the fit a very firm A+. No notes.

Word of the Day: Druthers.

 FRIENDLY REMINDER. Everyone watched as three receivers developed at Ohio State (everyone knows Jameson Williams was a finished product when he got to Alabama) went No. 10, 11, and 12 overall in the draft.

The most hilarious part is that there’s a very real chance that none of them will go down as the best receiver to share that receivers room in 2020.

I don’t know where Jaxon Smith-Njigba would have been selected if he was eligible for this year’s draft, but I would bet my right testicle and a couple of toes that it would have been in the first round.

It’s kinda bullshit that the rules dictate he has to play against college students for another year, but the things he’s going to do to opposing cornerbacks next season will make up the only snuff film I’ll ever watch.

 TOP-10 TALENT. The past several years, the first round of the NFL Draft has basically just been an infomercial for Ohio State football, and last night wasn’t any different.

And given that C.J. Stroud and Jaxon Smith-Njigba exist, there’s a solid chance that streak gets even crazier next season.

It’s pretty sweet that the only recruiting you to have do this weekend is telling the talented and very fast teens to turn on the television.

And it appears to be working!

FYI – there are 15 stars between those three teens. Brian Hartline is attracting the right kind of attention.

 SUPER IN THE SUPER DOME. Chris Olave has already spent some time in New Orleans, and you could certainly say he made himself right at home.

And he won’t even be the first Buckeye in the last decade to join the Saints after carving up a southern team in the Sugar Bowl.

Here’s hoping Jameis Winston can throw some balls half as pretty as the passes in those clips this season. If not, I’m pretty sure Evan Spencer is available.

 B1GTIME DOMINANCE. It may be the day after the NFL Draft, but one could certainly argue that Ohio State’s actually a tennis school first and foremost. And while the Buckeye receivers were stealing the show in the draft, the men’s tennis team was absolutely raking in Big Ten honors.

Cannon Kingsley (an incredible tennis name, by the way) claimed the Big Ten Men’s Tennis Athlete of the Year for the second year in a row while the legendary Ty Tucker claimed Big Ten Coach of the Year honors.

But it gets even crazier.

Five of Ohio State’s six starters were named first-team All-Big Ten with the other starter (who’s also been ranked No. 1 in the country in doubles the entire year) earning second-team honors. And of those five first-team selections, three of them were unanimous.

Needless to say, this team is absolutely STACKED and will have a chance to win the whole damn thing in a few weeks.

 SONG OF THE DAY. “Cloud 9” by Beach Bunny.

 NOT STICKING TO SPORTS. A man says drinking your own urine is the secret to health and ‘eternal youth’… A pet duck solves a murder mystery by finding a grandmother’s body under the suspects’ trailer… How junk science ruins innocent lives… A bride marries another man at her wedding venue after the groom fails to make it on time… The majestic ice caves hidden in the Canadian Rockies… A complete guide to memory cards…

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