Ohio State representation at Senior Bowl continues to grow

Braxton Miller will get to continue developing his receiving skills with pro coaches in January.

Four Ohio State players were among 22 new participants in the 2016 Senior Bowl announced Tuesday. 

Buckeyes looking to impress potential future employers at the annual game in Mobile, Ala., will be offensive tackle Taylor Decker, tight end Nick Vannett, defensive tackle Adolphus Washington and wide receiver Braxton Miller. 

Also part of the list: Noah Spence, a defensive end who began his career at Ohio State but transferred to Eastern Kentucky after the Big Ten ruled him ineligible for violating one of its drug policies. 

Linebacker Joshua Perry was previously announced as a participant in the game. 

So far 71 of 110 slots in the senior bowl have been announced. 

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