Marvin Harrison Jr. recently provided an update on the status of his right ankle headed into No. 4 Ohio State’s matchup vs. visiting Maryland (5-0) this weekend.

The dynamic junior wide receiver sprained his ankle in Ohio State’s 17-14 victory at Notre Dame on Sept. 23. This comes in the wake of Harrison Jr. playing much of last season with a sprained ankle.

However, Harrison Jr. insists he’s good to go this Saturday against the Terrapins.


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“I would say it’s worse than the 1 last year, but I’m good enough to play,” Harrison Jr. said.

Harrison Jr. explains how he was able to continue playing against Notre Dame despite the injury.

“Definitely adrenaline,” Harrison Jr. said. “The next day I couldn’t really move too much, but definitely a lot of adrenaline and just the moment of the game.”

Harrison Jr. has recorded 17 receptions for 336 yards and 3 touchdowns this season. The Philadelphia native was an unanimous All-American last season as he tallied 77 receptions for 1,263 yards and 14 touchdowns.

Ohio State (4-0) leads the all-time series 8-0 against Maryland, with all matchups coming since the Terrapins joined the Big Ten in 2014. Ohio State won last season’s meeting 43-30 in College Park.

Maryland at Ohio State is slated for a 12 p.m. EST kickoff on Saturday (FOX).