Kamryn Babb returning to Ohio State for job within Buckeye athletics department
Kamryn Babb is returning to Ohio State now that his football career is wrapped up.
Early Monday, Ohio State announced that Babb will join the Eugene D. Smith Leadership Institute as a program coordinator. Babb announced following the end of the 2022 season that he was ending his playing days after multiple injuries derailed his time with the Buckeyes.
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Pere Ohio State’s website, the institute “provides leadership, character and career development for all Ohio State student-athletes in order to best prepare them for life after graduation.” Babb was Ohio State’s recipient of the Block 0 uniform this past season and expressed a desire to use his story to help others in life.
Babb originally joined Ohio State as a 4-star prospect and a top-100 recruit in the 2018 recruiting class. Multiple knee injuries kept him sidelined throughout his career, but he eventually found the field for an emotional touchdown in 2022.
Now, Babb will stay in Columbus and try to help future Buckeyes navigate their time at Ohio State while developing for whatever comes next in life.