The No. 6 player on this list may be the biggest projection of the entire Top 10. If he does what his coaches and teammates say he’s capable of doing, then he may also be severely under ranked. This is what we know about Binjimen Victor: he’s big, he’s fast, he’s athletic, he’s talented, and he can leap tall buildings…
Last week’s projection was a story of consistency and proven success as we discussed the quarterbacks, led by senior J.T. Barrett. This week’s column is the polar opposite. The group, affectionately known as Zone 6 by their coach, has really been missing the consistency and “Zone 6ishness” over the last couple of seasons.
Last week we brought you a breakdown of the strongest and deepest unit of the 2017 Buckeyes — the defensive line. That’s a tough group to follow, but the Ohio State wide receivers appear to be up for the challenge after a much-improved spring under the new offensive umbrella of Kevin Wilson and Ryan Day.
Binjimen Victor has gone through a full regular season, winter workout, and spring camp under Urban Meyer, and now he is experiencing his second summer as an Ohio State Buckeye. The newness has become routine, and once that happens for a player, everything becomes a little bit easier.