Ohio State will be without a cornerback and wide receiver for the remainder of spring practice this year.

Eleven Warriors is reporting that cornerback Sevyn Banks and receiver Kamryn Babb will miss the remainder of spring camp this year. Both have been ruled out with injuries, though no specifics have been provided on the situation for either player.

Babb has battled injuries throughout his career in Columbus, missing his first two seasons with ACL issues. He played in 7 games for the Buckeyes during the last season and recorded one tackle.

Banks has played 27 career games over the last three seasons at Ohio State and has collected 35 tackles, 2 interceptions, a fumble recovery and a blocked kick. He’s appeared in all 22 games over the last two years.

The 2020 season was Banks’ most productive statistically. He piled up 23 tackles, 19 of which were solo stops. He also had an interception and recovered a fumble.

It’s unclear how long Babb and Banks will be sidelined, but it will not be until the end of spring practice at the earliest.