C.J. Stroud to Marvin Harrison Jr. is a combination we might see quite a bit of in the future at Ohio State. The quarterback-wide receiver duo provided a little glimpse into the future during Saturday’s spring game.

Stroud hit Harrison in the end zone in the first quarter, scoring the first touchdown of the game and giving Team Brutus a 7-0 advantage on Team Buckeye early. Below is a clip of that first touchdown pass:

Head coach Ryan Day has said that there will not be a starting quarterback named after the spring game, implying the competition will continue into the fall. Still, Stroud looked impressive and might be in the driver’s seat right now.

Kyle McCord and Jack Miller III are also battling for the No. 1 spot.

Harrison’s catch in the end zone is a look at why the 4-star receiver was the first offensive player in spring game to lose his black stripe. He could be a player who makes an immediate impact for the Buckeyes during the 2021 season.

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