June 22, 2024

Marvin Harrison Jr declared his retirement.

 

The Ohio State wide receiver, Marvin Harrison Jr, announced his departure

passed through medicals and met with nine different organizations at the NFL Scouting Combine, according to Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer, even though he did not participate in on-field exercises or physical testing.

“He actually did ask a couple teams if there’s anything they’d need to see at his pro day in Columbus, Ohio, later this month,” Breer said. “One I talked to laughed at the notion.”

Even though Harrison did not take part in the combine’s major activities, it is reasonable to say that he is still regarded as one of the top prospects in the next draft.

This is due to the fact that, as a two-time All-American and Big Ten Offensive Player, he was virtually unstoppable when playing for the Buckeyes.

of the Year, a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, and a Biletnikoff Award recipient.

 

He had 67 catches for 1,211 yards and 14 touchdowns this past season, but his quarterback play was not as good as that of other top receiver prospects like Rome Odunze of Washington and Malik Nabers of LSU.

Harrison is the son of Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison, an eight-time Pro Bowl player and Peyton Manning’s dominant top option during the Colts’ tenure.

With the Buckeyes, the younger Harrison shown his ability to come down from contested catches, outmuscle opponents with deep, high-point passes in the end zone, and make plays after the catch. It will be difficult to live up to his father’s legacy, but his skill is undeniable. before to the draft.

He is rated as the top overall prospect in the draft by B/R’s NFL Scouting Department, and it would be surprising if a receiver was selected before him in April.

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