GALLERY: Area and Ohio State Players in the Super Bowl Previous Gallery Next Gallery 1 / 17 Bradley Roby, a former Ohio State Buckeye, intercepts Tom Brady during a two-point conversion attempt and races down field to seal the Denver Broncos Super Bowl berth during overtime of the AFC Championship game. 2 / 17 Bradley Roby of Ohio State zeroes in on a Michigan player. Roby was a top pick for the Denver Broncos. 3 / 17 Cody Latimer warms up on the sideline for Jefferson High School's football team. 4 / 17 Cody Latimer and his mom, featured during a Dayton Daily News photoshoot. 5 / 17 Cody Latimer, who starred as a receiver at Indiana, is pictured here as a Denver Bronco. Latimer, a Dayton native, went to Jefferson High School. 6 / 17 Bruton and a fellow Denver Bronco teammate make a tackle during a game earlier this year. 7 / 17 David Bruton Jr., pictured here having his jersey retired at Miamisburg High School, played college football at Notre Dame. He's now with the Denver Broncos. Bruton has started a reading program at his old school. 8 / 17 DeVier Posey was a standout wide receiver at Ohio State. He was a deep threat for both Terrelle Pryor and Braxton Miller. He's now on the roster for the Denver Broncos. 9 / 17 Jeff Heurman was a tight end at Ohio State. He's now on the Denver Broncos roster. 10 / 17 Kurt Coleman, as a safety at Ohio State. 11 / 17 Carolina Panther Kurt Coleman prepares to enter the field. 12 / 17 Kurt Coleman, a Northmont High School graduate and former Ohio State Buckeye, is on stage at Stillwater Church. Coleman will play in the Super Bowl for the Carolina Panthers. 13 / 17 Luke Kuechly high-fives fans at a Carolina Panthers practice. Kuechly was a star at Boston College. Before that, he 14 / 17 Philly Brown makes an over-the-shoulder catch as an Ohio State Buckeye. The Pittsburgh native played on Ohio State's 2012 12-0 team, the first under Urban Meyer. 15 / 17 Philly Brown catches a pass during a practice for the Super Bowl bound Carolina Panthers. 16 / 17 Ted Ginn Jr. was a legend at Ohio State. With state-record speed in track, the OSU wide out was one of the main weapons in the Buckeyes offense in the mid-2000s. 17 / 17 Ted Ginn Jr. walks into the end zone along fellow Carolina Panther and quarterback Cam Newton. Ginn Jr. played at Ohio State and went to Cleveland Glenville High School.