Marvin Harrison Jr. leads Power 5 WRs in multiple single-coverage stats
Ohio State has always had an embarrassment of riches at the wide receiver position, including Marvin Harrison Jr., this season has 60 catches for 969 yards and 11 touchdowns.
According to PFF College, he is the best in the country against single coverage highlighted here:
- 658 yards
- 11 touchdowns
- 32 catches for a first down
- 18 catches of 15+ yards
Marvin Harrison Jr. vs. single coverage (Power 5):
🔸658 yards (1st)
🔸11 TDs (1st)
🔸32 catches for a first down (1st)
🔸18 catches of 15+ yards (1st) pic.twitter.com/mukbL9jH6n
— PFF College (@PFF_College) November 15, 2022
Last season, Harrison may have been overshadowed by Chris Olave, Garrett Wilson and even Jaxon Smith-Njigba. Olave is now with the New Orleans Saints, and Wilson is now with the New York Jets and who could forget Smith-Njigba’s Rose Bowl performance from last season.
The Buckeyes will need Harrison to keep it up if they want to win a National Championship this season.
Ohio State has two more conference games left on its schedule, a road date with Maryland, and the one everyone has been waiting for The Game against No. 3 Michigan during rivalry week.
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The Buckeyes travel to College Park, Maryland, to face the Terrapins at 3:30 ET on ABC.