Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Trainer D. Wayne Lukas is 83 years old and here with Market King, but he has bigger names in his history. He told me this week that Bo Schembechler was at the Derby with him when Charismatic won (1999), and that he used to sit on Bob Knight's back porch eating "a big ole bowl" of peach cobbler." "I'd say, ‘Bob, you gotta back off a little bit.' We we're close enough I could say something to him."

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

According to Luke Ford's father, Tim, the family has retained attorney Tom Mars to appeal the NCAA's decision to deny Luke's waiver for immediate eligibility at Illinois.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts switched to the other side of the ball, drafting Ohio State receiver Parris Campbell with the No. 59 pick in the second round after using their first two picks on defensive players. Campbell had his breakout season during his senior year at Ohio State. He had a school-record 90 catches for 1,063 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. Campbell is joining a receiving group that features T.Y. Hilton, Devin Funchess and Chester Rogers. Campbell's 4.31-second 40-yard dash was tied for the fastest among wide receivers during the combine earlier this spring. Campbell went to St. Vincent-St. Mary (Ohio) High School, which is the same high school LeBron James attended.

Mel Kiper Jr. Football analyst 

Does your team need an edge rusher in the second round? The two best available on my board are Louisiana Tech's Jaylon Ferguson and Michigan's Chase Winovich. Ferguson had an FBS-record 45 career sacks in college. He's a perfect fit for a 4-3 team. Winovich outproduced Rashan Gary at Michigan and is likely to land with a 3-4 team.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa TE Noah Fant gives the Broncos vertical ability at the tight end position. With the athletic traits to flex from the formation, Fant can create matchups from multiple alignments for QB Joe Flacco.

Mel Kiper Jr. Football analyst 

The highest-ranked prospect still available on my board is Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins, a 6-foot-3 pocket passer who is the most accurate QB in this draft. He's my No. 7 prospect. Could he fall into Washington's lap at No. 15?

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa TE T.J. Hockenson to the Lions at No.8 overall. Hockenson has the athletic traits to win in the passing game. He's a detailed route runner with the ability to produce after the catch. Plus, he will finish as a blocker. Think of Hockenson as a middle of the field threat for QB Matthew Stafford in Detroit.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Bosa has the most pro-ready technique of the edge rushers in the 2019 draft class. And in San Francisco, Bosa can pair with Dee Ford to give the 49ers two book-end rushers in sub-package personnel.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

In a statement, Ohio State assistant coach Larry Johnson denies the allegations by financial planner Marty Blazer, who testified Tuesday that a Penn State assistant wanted to pay the father of former PSU defensive lineman Aaron Maybin so Maybin would stay in college. Johnson was Penn State's defensive line coach at the time. "It is a complete fabrication with no proof or basis in fact," Johnson's statement reads in part. "We will take any and all legal actions against Mr. Blazer for making such slanderous statements to protect my name and reputation, which I have worked for 40 years as a coach, mentor, husband, father and grandfather to create."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State quarterback Matthew Baldwin is entering the transfer portal, coach Ryan Day confirmed to ESPN. Lettermen Row first reported Baldwin's decision, which came as a bit of a surprise. Expect Baldwin to look to play closer to home. Ohio State will look to add another quarterback before the season as depth is now a big issue.