Joe Royer, Ohio State TE, refuses teammate's $250 offer to shave his hair
Joe Royer was offered $250 to shave his hair. He declined.
The 6-foot-5, 245 pound Tight End was asked by Zak Herbstreit, a walk-on tight end at Ohio State and son of ESPN Analyst Kirk Herbstreit.
Can you blame him?
Joe Royer says Zak Herbstreit offered him $250 to shave off his hair.
Not a chance. pic.twitter.com/sTlLgWravQ
— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) August 15, 2022
The hair drama continued in the Buckeyes tight ends room. Cade Stover, a 4th year tight end out of Mansfield, Ohio, made it clear he wouldn’t be growing out a “white-guy afro” like Royer any time soon.
After finding out Joe Royer told reporters that Cade Stover’s dad still cuts his hair, Stover made it clear he won’t be growing out a “white guy afro” like Royer’s any time soon: pic.twitter.com/E5OLZtNl4e
— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) August 15, 2022
Ohio State needs production from its tight ends unit this season, with Royer projected to play more minutes than he has in the past. Could the afro be a good luck charm?
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