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Marvin Harrison Jr., TreVeyon Henderson Among Five Ohio State Players Named First-Team All-Big Ten On Offense

By November 29, 2023 (12:33 pm)Football

The Big Ten announced all-conference honors for offensive players on Wednesday, and five Buckeyes received first-team All-Big Ten recognition, including offensive linemen Josh Fryar and Donovan Jackson, running back TreVeyon Henderson, tight end Cade Stover and wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr.

Harrison and Stover are Ohio State’s leading receivers this season, with Harrison collecting 67 receptions for 1,211 yards and 14 touchdowns, while Stover is second in all categories with 41 catches for 576 yards and five touchdowns. Henderson, meanwhile, was Ohio State’s leading rusher with 854 yards and 11 touchdowns on 137 rushes (6.2 yards per attempt), and also had 19 catches for 229 yards.

Fryar (right tackle) and Jackson (left guard) also received first-team honors on an offensive line that helped the Buckeyes rush for 142.3 yards per game and allowed just 19 sacks this season. Joining Fryar and Jackson as honorees on the offensive line with right guard Matthew Jones, who was named second-team All-Big Ten.

Two Buckeyes found themselves on the third team, including wide receiver Emeka Egbuka and quarterback Kyle McCord. Egbuka, limited by injuries this season, had just 35 receptions for 452 yards and four touchdowns in nine games this season. McCord, meanwhile, completed 65.8 percent of his passes for 3,170 yards and 24 touchdowns to just six interceptions.

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