In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly podcast, Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr discuss the recent current events surrounding Ohio State football. Receiver Jaelen Gill is transferring to Boston College, which should be a solid pick up for former OSU defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley. While Gill is now gone, the Buckeyes may be getting some good news in the possible return of Kamryn Babb, who has missed his first two seasons with knee injuries. The fellas also talk about the recent top four for 5-star wide receiver Emeka Egbuka, as well as 4-star cornerback Jaylin Davies. All of this and more.
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Gerd: The receivers weren’t developed when Barrett was there because Zach Smith was a legacy, not a coach. It’s been VERY evident since the ascent of Brian Hartline that The Ohio State University is where receivers can come to be developed now.
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