It’s not for the NBA, but former Ohio State men’s basketball players Jae’Sean Tate and Kam Williams will take place in the Professional Basketball Combine next week at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.

The combine, which will take place May 22-23, features 24 different players who have no further collegiate eligibility. Of the 23 participants last season, all of them signed professional contracts including 15 with either the NBA’s G League or two-way NBA contracts. This is the second year for the event.

Tate and Williams will use their experience to benefit charity, as well. Fans can donate for every inch of the combined vertical jumps for the two former Buckeyes, with the money raised going to PeacePlayers. According to a release, the charity’s mission is “to use the power of sport to unite, educate and empower young people to create a more peaceful world.”

Here are links to their charity pages:

Jae'Sean Tate

Kam Williams

Also attending the combine:

Deng Adel, Louisville

LiAngelo Ball

Frank Bartley IV, Louisiana

Rodney Bullock, Providence

Deandre Burnett, Ole Miss

Wes Clark, Buffalo

Dikembe Dixson, UIC

Nana Foulland, Buckness

Kaiser Gates, Xavier

Egor Koulechov, Florida

Daxter Miles Jr., West Virginia

Kendrick Nunn, Oakland

Junior Robinson, Mount St. Mary’s

Maverick Rowan, N.C. State

Brandon Sampson, LSU

Victor Sanders, Idaho

Quentin Snider, Louisville

Kendall Stephens, Nevada

Darius Thompson, Western Kentucky

Lagerald Vick, Kansas

Johnathan Williams, Gonzaga

Todd Withers, Queens