Ohio State released their own Players of the Week from the Buckeyes’ 49-21 win over Indiana this past Thursday.
Parris Campbell (offense) and J.K. Dobbins (offense), Tyquan Lewis (defense), and Amir Riep (special teams) each earned the nod for their respective sides of the ball.
Campbell led the Buckeyes with six receptions for 136 yards and one touchdown. He had receptions of 74 and 28 yards. Dobbins, meanwhile, led the team with 29 carries for 181 yards. He also caught two passes for 24 yards.
Lewis led the Buckeyes with two sacks. Riep finished with a pair of tackles on special teams and was always down the field quickly.
Interestingly, half of the Buckeyes who earned Player of the Week status were true freshmen.
Champions were also released. Of note, sophomore safety Jordan Fuller was the only member of the back seven to make the list. Also, four receivers were graded as champions, and all five starting offensive linemen were as well.
Ohio State Champions
Offense: Parris Campbell, J.K. Dobbins, J.T. Barrett, K.J. Hill, Johnnie Dixon, Terry McLaurin, Billy Price, Jamarco Jones, Michael Jordan, Branden Bowen and Isaiah Prince.
Defense: Tyquan Lewis, Jalyn Holmes, Nick Bosa, Dre’mont Jones, Sam Hubbard, Tracy Sprinkle and Jordan Fuller
Special teams: Amir Riep