Ohio State OL Wyatt Davis 'without a doubt' ready to play vs. Michigan despite injury in MSU game
Early reports after Ohio State’s 52-12 win over Michigan State were grim after Wyatt Davis suffered a lower-body injury late in the game and was helped from the field, and initially he wasn’t expected to be on the field to take on Michigan this Saturday.
But Davis, while meeting with the media on Tuesday, was confident in his return to the field this weekend.
Davis says he’s “all good to play this week. I’ve been getting a bunch of treatment, so I’ll be ready to go this week, without a doubt.”
Wyatt Davis, meeting with the media now, says the importance of execution is at an all-time high this week.
Says he's “all good“ to play this week. “I've been getting a bunch of treatment, so I'll be ready to go this week, without a doubt.” pic.twitter.com/KZPDNnCsYM
— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) December 8, 2020
The Buckeyes are without several starters on the offensive line, with Josh Myers, Thayer Munford and Nicholas Petit-Frere all inactive due to COVID-19.
Davis, an All-American, is considered by scouts to be a likely first-round prospect in the upcoming draft class. Initially Davis had opted out of the 2020 season, but returned after the B1G announced the season would proceed.
Kickoff between Ohio State and Michigan will at 12:00PM on Saturday, Dec. 12 in Columbus.