Aug 5, 2021
With spring practice in the rear-view mirror business is picking up in the Transfer Portal and the Buckeyes are seeing players opting for other opportunities. The latest player to make a move is second-year safety Andre Turrentine, a former four-star out of the Ensworth School in Nashville (Tenn.).

A spokesperson from the Ohio State Department of Athletics confirmed this move to

The 5-foot-11, 195-pounder played in four games last season as a true freshman for the Buckeyes, seeing limited action during that run. The second-year player saw a significant amount of playing time in Ohio State’s recent spring game and unofficially had a pass breakup along with multiple tackles.

Even with all of that, Turrentine was facing an uphill battle to get into the two deep within the new Ohio State defensive scheme with holdovers like Josh Proctor and Kourt Williams at the same safety position (Bandit) that Turrentine was playing during the spring...

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