Ohio State Wide Receiver Marvin Harrison Loses Black Stripe

By April 6, 2021 (4:00 pm)Football
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True freshman wide receiver Marvin Harrison became the first member of Ohio Stateโ€™s 2021 recruiting class to lost his black stripe following practice on Tuesday morning.

โ€œHeโ€™s one of the first freshman Iโ€™ve seen catch passes before 6 a.m. winter workouts,โ€ assistant strength and conditioning coach Chris Fenelon told the team. โ€œThe future is very bright for this guy.โ€

The 6-3, 202-pound Harrison came to Columbus as a four-star prospect from Philadelphia St. Josephโ€™s Prep, where he caught 144 passes for 2,624 yards and 37 touchdowns and โ€“ along with freshman quarterback Kyle McCord โ€“ led the Hawks to three straight state titles. He is the son of the Pro Football Hall of Famer with the same name.

โ€œShout out to all the coaches and the defense for making me better every day,โ€ Harrison said. โ€œShoutout to Zone 6. Go Bucks.โ€

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