Chris Olave isn’t satisfied with just being a good receiver at Ohio State, he wants to be the best. And in a recent message he posted on Twitter, it became obvious that he’s willing to work to be the best at his craft.
Recently, Pro Football Focus (PFF) released a list of the 25 best receivers returning to college football for the 2020 season. Olave was high in the rankings, coming in at No. 10 overall. He was behind two other B1G wide receivers, Minnesota’s Rashod Bateman (No. 3) and Purdue’s Rondale Moore (No. 5).
Sneaking into the top 10 isn’t where Olave wants to be, however, And he made that clear with a Twitter post on Wednesday.
“Not good enough,” Olave wrote. “Back to work.”
Not good enough. Back to work. https://t.co/8lKhC0oS0M
— Chris Olave (@chrisolave_) January 15, 2020
Olave ended the 2019 season as Ohio State’s top receiver. At the end of the year, the sophomore totaled 49 catches for 849 yards and 12 touchdowns. In 2018, Olave totaled just 12 catches for 197 yards and three touchdowns, with most of that coming in the final three weeks of the regular season and the B1G Championship Game.
Next season, Olave will be the top target in the Ohio State offense. He’s likely to have the biggest year of his career and could potentially change some minds about which receiver is the best in college football next fall.