Ohio State football recruiting Paris Johnson Spring Game

Paris Johnson Has ‘Good Chance’ In Competition For Right Tackle Job

There are five starting jobs open on the Ohio State offense. The Buckeyes need to replace JK Dobbins at running back, Binjimen Victor at X receiver, KJ Hill at H, Jonah Jackson at left guard, and Branden Bowen at right tackle. Thanks to the recruiting of Urban Meyer and Ryan Day, there talented options at every turn. At right tackle specifically, there are a pair of former…

Ohio State Buckeyes football Wyatt Davis

Greg Studrawa Looking For Less Destruction, More Obstruction From Wyatt Davis

Wyatt Davis was an All-American last year as a first-year starter at right guard for the Buckeyes. As a 5-star signee in 2017, he came in with sizable expectations. Despite those expectations, however, he redshirted like most true freshmen offensive linemen tend to do. Davis then emerged in 2018 as a reliable backup, and stepped up greatly in two postseason starts.

Harry Miller Ohio State Buckeyes Center

Buckeye Harry Miller Far Advanced for a Freshman Center

On day four of Ohio State’s fall camp, a group comprised mostly of freshmen offensive linemen were off practicing on their own.

Twenty yards away, the first and second-team offensive lines were working together. Among them was true freshman center Harry Miller. Miller certainly came to Ohio State with premier recruiting accolades as one of the nation’s top high school centers, but he only arrived in June, which usually means August is a Scarlet and Gray blur.