Lathan Ransom injured his leg during the Rose Bowl victory over Utah. Fortunately, Ransom looks to be totally healthy for 2022.

Ohio State will look to several of its experienced defenders to repair a defense that struggled in 2021. One player the defense of Ohio State will rely on is Ransom, a redshirt sophomore safety, who missed all of the spring practices due to a broken leg injury he suffered in the 2022 Rose Bowl.

According to Nathan Baird with Cleveland.com, Ransom was a full participant in fall camp in position drills and other individual drills outside of the team period. Ransom will be a key member of Ohio State’s more experienced secondary, finishing 97th in the nation in passing yards allowed per game (246.2).

Last season. Ransom accounted for 38 total tackles, 21 solo tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, five pass breakups, and one forced fumble. He has played in 20 games in his two years with Ohio State. This past season, he played in 13 games, with 3 starts.

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