PFF tabs Ohio State as nation's second-best offensive unit entering 2021
Not many offenses are projected to be more potent than Ohio State’s for the upcoming season. In fact, Pro Football Focus (PFF) believes that only one team can top the Buckeyes in terms of production.
PFF recently released the Top 10 offenses in college football entering the 2021 season. Ohio State ranked No. 2 on that list, behind only Oklahoma. The Buckeyes were the only team out of the B1G to crack the Top 10.
Here’s the complete Top 10:
- Ohio State
- Coastal Carolina
- Ole Miss
- North Carolina
- Kent State
Top-10 Offenses entering the 2021 season
2. Ohio State
6. Coastal Carolina
7. Ole Miss
9. North Carolina
10. Kent State
— PFF College (@PFF_College) July 16, 2021
Even though the Buckeyes no longer have Justin Fields at quarterback or Trey Sermon in the backfield, there’s a lot of reason to be excited about Ohio State’s offense. Both Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson are back at the receiver position, along with Julian Fleming, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Emeka Egbuka and Marvin Harrison Jr., creating a deep position group.
Master Teague is poised to take over as the starting running back with TreVeyon Henderson bringing in plenty of hype as a freshman. Plus, the pairing of Thayer Munford and Nicholas Petit-Frere up front creates a stable offensive line situation.
C.J. Stroud appears to be the favorite to take over under center and flashed potential in the spring game. Even with some major losses offensively, the Buckeyes are in really good shape.
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