C.J. Stroud and No. 2 Ohio State had a big moment in the 56-14 home win over Indiana in Week 11. No one had a bigger moment than senior wide receiver Kamryn Babb, who caught his first reception in a game for an 8-yard touchdown in the 4th quarter.

This was a big moment for the grad student, who has been on the roster for Ohio State since 2018. Babb has had a tough and emotional journey with Ohio State as he has encountered three season-ending knee surgeries.

While Babb has not been a key playmaker for Ohio State, his journey and leadership in the locker room has been a huge asset, according to Stroud. Stroud says Babb’s impact stems all the way back to Chase Young and Justin Fields up to the current roster of Buckeyes.

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Babb arrived at Ohio State as a former 4-star prospect in the 2018 recruiting class as he was also ranked as the 13th top wide receiver and the 3rd top prospect from the state of Missouri, according to the 247 Sports Composite. Babb also received offers from Alabama, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Penn State, and Wisconsin.