A pair of B1G skill position players have been tabbed as potential breakout stars for the 2022 season.

247Sports recently listed 10 players projected to have breakout years in 2022. Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. and Wisconsin-turned-Michigan State running back Jalen Berger both made the list.

Berger spent 1 1/2 seasons at Wisconsin before entering the transfer portal. He left Madison totaled 389 yards and 3 touchdowns on 84 carries with the Badgers. The running back announced his transfer to Michigan State, hoping to step in for the departing Kenneth Walker III.

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If Kenneth Walker’s transfer was any indication, Berger could do the same thing and put himself in the Heisman Trophy conversation. The former four-star prospect stays in the Big Ten after coming in from Wisconsin. Last season, he played in just three games and had 24 carries for 88 yards, one touchdown and 3.7 yards per carry. In four games as a freshman, Berger had 60 carries for 301 yards, two touchdowns and five yards per carry. In Mel Tucker’s offense, Berger might be the go-to guy in the backfield and will be helped by quarterback Payton Thorne returning.

In Columbus, Harrison saw limited targets as a freshman for the Buckeyes in 2021. Ohio State relied heavily on the 3-headed monster of Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave in the passing attack this fall.

But with Wilson and Olave both heading to the NFL, there’s a chance for Harrison to carve out a significant role. He proved he’s more than capable of becoming a premier targeting, hauling in 6 receptions for 71 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Buckeyes’ Rose Bowl win over Utah.

Harrison ended the season with 11 catches for 139 yards.

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Harrison Jr. showed some flashes with the Buckeyes but he was buried behind three elite receivers in Garrett Wilson, Chris Olave and Jaxson Smith-Njigba. Now, he’ll have his opportunity to shine, particularly with C.J. Stroud back in the fold in 2022. With a reliable quarterback and elite talent himself, Harrison could vault himself into first-round pick status. He does have the football genes after all. He finished 2021 with 11 catches, 139 yards, three touchdowns and 12.6 yards per catch.

You can view the complete list from 247Sports here.