CINCINNATI (AP) J.T. Barrett peeled off the orange No. 5 practice jersey, tossed it in a laundry bin and headed for the locker room. He stopped at one intersection and tried to get his bearings - he'd never had to navigate the Paul Brown Stadium passageways.
The record-setting Ohio State quarterback quickly found his way back to his locker and did a few interviews. That's pretty much all that's left for him to do between now and the NFL draft, when Barrett finds out whether he'll get chosen in one of the later rounds or have to extend his career as a free agent.
"I don't know if I'm out to prove anything or change people's minds," Barrett said. "What's out there on me as far as tape - that's who I am. I'm still striving to develop and get better. I don't think I'm a finished product yet."