Ohio State Freshmen Marcus Crowley, Ryan Jacoby Drop Black Stripes

By August 12, 2019 (4:39 pm)Football, Wyatt Crosher
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As fall training camp continues on, another pair of freshmen lose their black stripes. On Monday, running back Marcus Crowley and offensive lineman Ryan Jacoby became the fifth and sixth members of the 2019 class to lose the stripes.

Crowley, a four-star prospect out of Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville, Fla., is the first running back this year to have his black stripe removed.

Up front, Jacoby, who is also a four-star prospect and is from Mentor, Ohio, joins freshman Harry Miller, redshirt freshman Max Wray and redshirt senior Jonah Jackson, who transferred from Rutgers, as members of the offensive line to lose their black stripes.

Crowley and Jacoby follow up Miller and freshman wide receiver Jameson Williams, who lost their black stripes on Thursday.

Wide receiver Garrett Wilson and defensive end Zach Harrison, who both lost their black stripes in the Spring, are the other two freshmen to have lost stripes this offseason.

 

NAME POSITION YEAR DATE OF BLACK STRIPE REMOVAL
LOGAN HITTLE LB JR* 3/21
CADE KACHERSKI LB FR* 3/21
BEN SCHMIESING LB FR 3/21
JUSTIN FIELDS QB SO 3/ 25
DARRYL SINCLAIR CB SO* 3/25
MAX WRAY OL FR* 4/1
RYAN BATSCH SAF FR* 4/1
GARRETT WILSON WR FR 4/8
AUSTIN KUTSCHER WR FR* 4/8
ZACH HARRISON DE FR 4/12
JONAH JACKSON OL SR* 8/6
HARRY MILLER C FR 8/8
JAMESON WILLIAMS WR FR 8/8
RYAN JACOBY OL FR 8/12
MARCUS CROWLEY RB FR 8/12

*Redshirt

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