Ohio State’s defense wasn’t perfect in Week 1.
The Buckeyes held Florida Atlantic to six points in the first three quarters though, making the 45-21 final score look closer than the game truly was. In Week 2, the Buckeyes’ defense shutout Cincinnati in a 49-0 victory.
Jeffrey Okudah, a cornerback for the scarlet and gray, has NFL Draft people on the lookout.
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It seems as though there is good reason for that. On Tuesday, Ohio State coach Ryan Day spoke with the media and talked about Okudah at one point:
Day on CB Jeff Okudah: "He's playing like a pro. He's approaching it that way. He's playing decisive on the field. He's got some experience now and knows what to expect. I think he'd tell you he's still got a long way to go. But he's killing it."
— Bill Rabinowitz (@brdispatch) September 10, 2019
Okudah playing like a professional is exactly what NFL talent evaluators want to see. As long as growth is happening in Columbus and he continues to be “killing it,” the 6-foot-1 corner will continue to see his stock rise.
Ohio State travels to take on Indiana in Week 3 at Memorial Stadium for a noon kickoff. The game will be televised on FOX.