Chris Holtmann provides update on injured forward Kyle Young
Kyle Young is making progress and is closer to a return to the floor, but the Ohio State starting forward is still day-to-day, according to head coach Chris Holtmann.
On Wednesday, Holtmann provided the update on Young, who has missed the last two games with what Holtmann described as a “significant sprain” in his ankle, according to Colin Hass-Hill of Eleven Warriors. Young’s progress has been described as “incremental.”
Chris Holtmann says Kyle Young remains day to day from what he called a "significant sprain" to his ankle. Says his progress has been "incremental."
— Colin Hass-Hill (@chasshill) March 4, 2020
Young last played on Sunday, Feb. 23 against Maryland. The Buckeyes defeated the Terrapins 79-72 in Columbus. Ohio State has two games left this season, hosting Illinois on Thursday before closing out the year on the road against Michigan State.
The Buckeyes have won three-straight games to improve to 10-8 in B1G play and 20-9 overall on the season.
Young is averaging 7.5 points and 5.8 rebounds per contest, while shooting over 58 percent from the floor on the season.