Ohio State’s 2022 freshman wide receiver class combined for just two catches, far below the typical production for Brian Hartline’s first-year players.
Now, with Emeka Egbuka and Julian Fleming out for the spring and Marvin Harrison, Jr. likely to take a reduced number of reps, they have a chance to take advantage of a lot more playing time and potentially earn a spot in the rotation this fall.
In this episode of the Buckeyes TomOrrow Morning podcast, you’ll hear directly from second-year receivers Kaleb Brown, Kojo Antwi, and Kyion Grayes about what their first seasons were like, what they’re looking to improve, and much more.
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