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OSU Offensive Lineman Kevin Feder to Transfer Following Spring Semester

Kevin Feder Ohio State Football Buckeyes

 

Kevin Feder, a third-year sophomore offensive lineman for Ohio State, announced via Twitter on Thursday that he would be transferring from OSU following the spring semester.


Everyone has a different path! The Ohio State has been my home for the past three years and sadly this spring semester will be my last. I will be graduating with a Sports Industry degree with plans on transferring to a different University. As of today, I am reopening my recruitment and looking for a new place to expand on my football career as well as my academics. I would like to thank Coach Meyer, Coach Stud, and the rest of the coaching staff for the opportunity to play at this prestigious University. Also, huge thanks to Coach Warinner for recruiting and believing in me when I first made my decision to attend OSU. The relationships I have made with teammates and friends has been a blessing and will last forever. Most importantly, thank you Buckeye Nation for truly being the Best Damn Fans in the Land with all your love and support!

Much Love,

Kevin Feder #77


Feder’s first two seasons on campus were spent dealing with leg injuries, but he was healthy enough in 2017 as a redshirt sophomore to practice and even play against Illinois.

As a graduate transfer, Feder will be able to play immediately at his transfer school.

Feder is the second offensive lineman to announce his transfer from Ohio State this offseason, joining Jack Wohlabaugh, who announced his transfer to Duke.

 

7 Responses

  1. You would think the NCAA would be suspicious of a “graduate transfer” when he announces he is reopening his recruitment…

  2. Amazing…to graduate in 3 years is a great accomplishment. Mix in football practice, workouts, etc….it is quite a feat and takes hard work. Good luck in your future endeavors. Go Bucks!

  3. All the best to this young man! Feder didn’t get much playing time, but I’m sure that like all the Buckeyes, he worked his tail off and spent countless hours making himself – and his teammates – better players. Good luck at your next destination!

  4. Thank you Mr Feder for being a loyal Buckeye and never complaining about the challenges you faced. Good luck !

  5. I remember being intrigued by his size coming out of HS. You don’t see too many 6’8″ or 9 guys on a football team. It just didn’t work out for him here. Good luck to him.

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