May 28, 2020
Expectations can either light your path, or light it on fire.

For Ohio State sophomore wide receiver Marvin Harrison, Jr., expectations have been attached to him since the day he was born.

As the son of Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Marvin Harrison, Sr., there would have been much easier paths to choose than hopeful NFL wide receiver. But here we are, and here Marvin Harrison Jr. is, and the Buckeyes wouldn’t have it any other way.

Harrison arrived with expectations last season as a true freshman, but the depth chart ahead of him limited the number of snaps he could see in a game. (Playing behind Garrett Wilson can do that do a guy.) He ultimately finished with the fourth-highest number of snaps among receivers last year, catching 11 passes for 139 yards and three touchdowns.

Of course, he saved his best for last in the Rose Bowl when he was thrust into a much larger role due to the absence of Wilson. Against Utah, Harrison caught six passes for 71 yards and...

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