True freshman wide receiver Marvin Harrison became the first member of Ohio State’s 2021 recruiting class to lost his black stripe following practice on Tuesday morning.
“He’s one of the first freshman I’ve seen catch passes before 6 a.m. winter workouts,” assistant strength and conditioning coach Chris Fenelon told the team. “The future is very bright for this guy.”
The 6-3, 202-pound Harrison came to Columbus as a four-star prospect from Philadelphia St. Joseph’s Prep, where he caught 144 passes for 2,624 yards and 37 touchdowns and – along with freshman quarterback Kyle McCord – led the Hawks to three straight state titles. He is the son of the Pro Football Hall of Famer with the same name.
“Shout out to all the coaches and the defense for making me better every day,” Harrison said. “Shoutout to Zone 6. Go Bucks.”
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