Ohio State's Garrett Wilson one of featured guests at Overtime SZN's 'Draft House'

Chris Pugh
The Columbus Dispatch

Former Ohio State football player Garrett Wilson shared his journey to the NFL, including a look at the Buckeyes' pro day and NFL combine, as one of the three athletes featured in Overtime SZN's 'Draft House,' sponsored by Ram.

Wilson appeared in the show along with Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams, who started his career at Ohio State, and Georgia defensive tackle Jordan Davis

The second episode of the YouTube show's second season aired Sunday.

Wilson was drafted No. 10 in the first round by the New York Jets, while Williams was drafted No. 12 by the Detroit Lions and Davis went No. 13 to the Philadelphia Eagles

Wilson trained in Scottsdale, Arizona. Davis and Williams trained in Austin, Texas. 

Garrett Wilson speaks at a New York Jets NFL football draft news conference Friday, April 29, 2022, in Florham Park, N.J. (AP Photo/Brittainy Newman)

The highlight of the first episode may have been Wilson working out and trying to gain weight while maintaining good body composition. 

Wilson discussed an order at In-N-Out

"I have two doubles and an Animal Fry," he smiled. "It's not healthy. I'm not going to lie. It ain't helping me out. I have got to knock it off."

In the second episode, Wilson had to wear a University of Kentucky tracksuit to a workout after losing a bet during a game of miniature golf, and he played Call of Duty at a Super Bowl event. 

Cincinnati Bengals receiver and 2021 Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year Ja’Marr Chase, Pittsburgh Steelers running back Najee Harris, and Miami Dolphins receiver Jaylen Waddle were featured in the first season of the show. 

It can be seen weekly on Overtime SZN's YouTube channel