The Ohio State Buckeyes kicked off spring football practice on Friday, March 19 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
Ryan Day’s team fell just one game short of the national championship in 2020, and is poised for an exciting spring full of positional battles all around the field.
Quarterbacks CJ Stroud, Jack Miller, and Kyle McCord are fighting to replace Justin Fields as the Buckeyes’ starter.
Highly-touted true freshman running backs TreVeyon Henderson and Evan Pryor are already on campus working to earn playing time this fall.
A talented trio of freshman wide receivers, including Emeka Egbuka, Marvin Harrison Jr., and Jayden Ballard are trying to earn a spot in the wide receiver rotation.
An incredibly deep offensive line is working to replace two departed starters, including all-American Wyatt Davis.
On the defensive side of the ball, five-star defensive end Jack Sawyer joins Zach Harrison, Tyreke Smith, and others in what should be a deep and talented...