The state of Ohio landed a big rookie on Thursday, and its name is well known to football fans.
Marvin Harrison Jr., the son of the Hall’s Hall of Fame receiver, Marvin Harrison, announced on Twitter that he had committed to the Buckeyes.
COMMITTED #GOBUCKS #ZONE6 pic.twitter.com/3WYIcis76l
– Marvin Harrison Jr. (@MarvHarrisonJr) October 31, 2019
Harrison, who is a wide receiver like his father, is considered one of the best players at his post in the class of 2023. The product of St. Joseph’s Prep School (Penn.) Is ranked 76th nationally by Rivals and 15th among wide receivers. He is classified as a four-star rookie.
Harrison had received offers from many of the country’s best programs, including LSU, Florida, Penn State, Notre Dame, Michigan and Michigan State.