Spring Recap: Buckeyes Have Numbers At Receiver

Now that spring football is over, it’s time to look back at exactly what we just saw. We’ll finish going over each position group today, discussing what was learned and what still needs to happen for the Buckeyes. Up finally to conclude the series will be the Ohio State wide receivers. [Previous: Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Tight Ends | Offensive …

Ryan Day Recognizes Pressures Of Being Marvin Harrison, Jr.

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 …

Replacing Garrett Wilson: X Marv’s The Spot?

Garrett Wilson was a two-year starter for the Buckeyes in his three years in Columbus. As a true freshman in 2019, he split reps with Binjimen Victor at the X receiver spot but still posted 30 catches for 432 yards and five touchdowns. As a sophomore in 2020, the Ohio State coaches decided to move …

Ohio State Practice Insider: Buckeyes’ Depth Chart Taking Shape?

COLUMBUS — Ohio State head coach Ryan Day allowed the media to watch the entirety of Wednesday’s football practice, which will likely be our last look at the Buckeyes on the field for a couple of weeks. It was a bit of a lighter practice in that this was one of the 16 practices that …

Receiver Marvin Harrison Impressed Early On For Buckeyes

Every day until fall camp begins for Ohio State, we will profile a different Buckeye football player. Today that player is freshman wide receiver Marvin Harrison, Jr. Yesterday it was defensive tackle Taron Vincent. You can find all of the daily Scoop Profiles right here. Marvin Harrison, Jr. No. 18 | Wide Receiver | 6-4 202 | …

Spring Gleaning: Is a Receiver Rotation Coming Back Around for Ohio State?

Now that spring football is over, it’s time to look back at exactly what we just saw. We’ll continue going over each position group for the next week or so with what was learned and what still needs to happen. Up next will be the Ohio State wide receivers. [Previous: Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Tight Ends | Defensive Ends | Cornerbacks | Safeties] …

Buckeye Freshmen On Display In Ohio State Spring Game

COLUMBUS — You didn’t have to look too hard to find an Ohio State true freshman shining during Saturday’s annual spring game. With 15 true freshmen already enrolled this spring, the Law of Averages states that somebody among them would stand out on Saturday. What that Law of Averages doesn’t equate for, however, is that …

Marvin Harrison, Jr. and Jack Sawyer First Two Buckeye Freshmen to Lose Black Stripes

Wide receiver Marvin Harrison, Jr. and defensive end Jack Sawyer are the first two Ohio State freshmen to have their black stripes removed this year. The removal of the black stripe from the helmet signifies that a player has done enough in practice to earn full-fledged Buckeye status. Losing a black stripe in spring is …

Freshmen get first taste of practice at Ohio State

Friday morning kicked off the first of fifteen practices scheduled for the Buckeyes and plenty of the newcomers were eager to show themselves off donning the Ohio State practice uniforms. Luckily for these early enrollees, we are just as excited to see them. Kyle McCord, who departs from one of the elite high schools in …

Spring Breakdown: Buckeyes Deep and Talented at Receiver

Snapshot Only five wide receivers caught passes for the Buckeyes last year as Ohio State employed a receiving corps with just one upperclassmen. It was a young group that had to rely heavily on Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson. Those numbers may shift a bit this year as all five of those pass catchers return, …

Quick Thoughts As Ohio State Welcomes In Early Enrollees

Ohio State mid-year enrollees have been rolling into campus all weekend and when the moving is all over, the 15 newest Buckeyes will be settled into their swanky digs where they will quarantine for a full week before winter workouts with strength coach Mickey Marotti get underway on February 1. So far, Ohio State head …

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