Ohio State will open spring camp in three weeks with a pair of running backs with over 2,000 yards rushing in their respective careers. They will also have a quarterback room featuring three former 5-star prospects, which doesn’t even include a quarterback with 27 career starts or another with over 10,000 yards passing in high school.
In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast, Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman preview spring practice for the Ohio State backfield. Can Will Howard make a move this spring on Devin Brown? How many reps will freshmen Air Noland and Julian Sayin receiver? And are people forgetting about Lincoln Kienholz?
At running back, what will TreVeyon Henderson’s role be this spring? How quickly can Quinshon Judkins find his footing? What kind of spring should we expect from Dallan Hayden? Will James Peoples or Sam Williams-Dixon be able to make some noise as true freshmen?
The fellas discuss all of these things while also answering a couple of listener questions about the running backs, discussing the ultra-rare transfer of a Michigan football player to Ohio State, and also discuss 2026 WR commit Chris Henry’s move to California and what that could mean for the Buckeyes.