Emeka Egbuka will continue his college career in Columbus for another season.

The Ohio State wideout has some unfinished business it seems. Egbuka finished with 515 receiving yards, which was good for 3rd on the team behind Cade Stover and Marvin Harrison Jr.

In 2023, Egbuka played in 10 games after dealing with an ankle injury. Egbuka had a career-high 1,151 yards receiving in 2022.

Here’s what Egbuka had to say about his return via an Instagram post:

“I’m back. During my time here at Ohio State, I have grown and learned more than I thought possible. The last 3 years have come with trials and tribulations but overwhelming joy as well. Over the last couple of weeks as I continued to pray and seek the Lord on what was in store with my future and throughout all of it, He has remained faithful,” said Egbuka. “With that being said, I feel that the path He has laid before me has become clear. By His guidance and wait ultimate faith in Him, I am returning for my senior season at Ohio State. I’m looking forward to what this new year will hold! Go Bucks!”


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The Buckeyes ended the year with an 11-2 record after losing to Missouri 14-3 in the Cotton Bowl. It sounds like Egbuka isn’t content with how the year ended.