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Backup Offensive Lineman Transferring To Duke

Ohio State offensive lineman Jack Wohlabaugh

Jack Wohlabaugh, a backup offensive lineman for Ohio State for the last two seasons, is transferring to Duke.

Blue Devils head coach David Cutcliffe made the announcement Thursday, according to Jonathan Alexander of the News & Observer. Wohlabaugh also tweeted out a statement.

Wohlabaugh came to OSU in 2016 as a 3-star prospect out of Walsh Jesuit High School in Stow, Ohio. That’s the same school that produced former Buckeye star and assistant coach Mike Vrabel.

Wohlabaugh redshirted for the 2016 season and was not listed on the two-deep this fall. He was considered a possible candidate to replace all-American and Rimington Award center Billy Price in 2018.

He will now have to sit out the 2018 season, and have two seasons of eligibility remaining in 2019 and 2020.

Just one year ago another Buckeye offensive linemen, Evan Lisle, was a graduate transfer to Duke.

3 Responses

  1. A degree from Duke will be impressive. We all wish you well Jack on and off the field. Thanks for being a Buckeye

    1. I couldn’t agree more, best of luck to him!

  2. Great school,Great kid & he will play there.

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