LOOK. Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave model uniform with new teams.

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Ohio State made a bit of history by having two receivers go back-to-back in the first round of the 2022 NFL draft. First, it was Wilson going off the board to the New York Jets with the No. 10 pick, followed by Olave who was selected at No. 11 overall by the New Orleans Saints.

We’ve seen the two running around and making plays at rookie minicamps, so it’s not like we haven’t gotten a glimpse of them in their new colors, but there’s something about the look of a new player in his official uniform posing for photos on purpose.

That’s what we had this past weekend with both posing for the cameras to see how each fills out the uniform of the Jets and Saints.

First, get a look at Wilson in his J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets! uniform.

And of course, not to be outdone, get a look at what Olave looks like as a New Orleans Saint.

We have to say, they both look pretty good and fill out those uniforms as you’d expect from a wide receiver developed at Ohio State. Now it’s time to put it together on the field and embark on what we fully believe will be two outstanding careers in the NFL.

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Three Ohio State players identified in Touchdown Wire's way-too-early 2023 NFL mock draft

Three Ohio State players appear in way-too-early 2023 NFL mock draft
Three Ohio State players appear in way-too-early 2023 NFL mock draft

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