PFF grades top returning wide receivers across college football, Ohio State lands 2 in top 10
Ohio State is called WRU for a reason.
On Thursday morning, PFF released a list of the highest-graded returning wide receivers for next season, and Ohio Stat had 2 crack the list. We’ll go out on a limb and guess you know who No. 1 is.
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Of course, it’s Marvin Harrison Jr., who blitzed onto the scene as a sophomore and was frontrunner for the Biletnikoff Award for most of last season. Regardless of who is throwing him the football come September, Harrison is going to be insanely fun to watch. He scored a 90 on PFF’s list Thursday.
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The 2nd Buckeye on the list is Emeka Egbuka, who had another OSU 1,000 yard season in 2022 alongside Harrison, in wake of Jaxon Smith-Njigba’s injury issues. He ranked 6th on PFF’s list.
The Buckeyes were the only team to have 2 players on the list. Check out the full rankings below:
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It’s not crazy to say both of these veteran Ohio State wide receivers have a shot at the Biletnikoff this season. Despite Ohio State’s impressive knack at sending incredible receivers to the NFL, the Buckeyes have not had a Biletnikoff winner since Terry Glenn won in 1995.
Fuel for the fire.