Ohio State’s special teams unit is getting a veteran piece back for one final ride in 2022.

Bradley Robinson, a long-snapper for the Buckeyes, announced on Twitter that he is returning to Columbus. Robinson began his career at Michigan State in 2016 but landed with Ohio State in 2017 and won the starting long-snapper job in 2020.

“I am blessed to have a 7th year of eligibility and after talking with my family and the coaching staff I have decided to return for a final season,” wrote Robinson on Twitter. “The opportunity to continue to develop and prepare for the NFL, while also completing my master’s program and beginning to take steps towards a PhD was too good to pass up.”

Robinson is a key piece of a special teams unit that featured kicker Noah Ruggles who finished the 2021 season converting on 20-of-21 field goals and all 74 of his extra-point attempts.

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