Linebacker Malik Harrison Leads Ohio State Contingent With Interception In Senior Bowl

By January 25, 2020 (10:18 pm)Football
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Five former Ohio State players participated in the 2020 Senior Bowl on Saturday afternoon to varying results.

Linebacker Malik Harrison intercepted a pass from former Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts in the second quarter, helping the North to a 34-17 win over the South at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama.

Defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton also started for the North, adding a half sack and several quarterback pressures.

Offensive guard Jonah Jackson, meanwhile, entered the game in the second quarter. He made a key block on his first play to spring former TCU running back Darius Anderson for a 75-yard touchdown.

Wide receiver K.J. Hill โ€” who was widely considered one of the top performers in practice throughout the week โ€” did not have much of an impact in the game, though he did record an 18-yard punt return for the North.

Fellow wideout Austin Mack was the lone Buckeye on the South, and he hauled in one pass for 14 yards to convert a fourth-down attempt in the fourth quarter.