Devils Pick Up OSU Safety Transfer

Jeremy Cash, a 6'2, 190 pound safety, has transferred to Duke sources close to the situation have confirmed.

Former Ohio State safety Jeremy Cash has enrolled at Duke University for the Spring semester sources have confirmed to Scout.com

The immediate reason for Cash's decision to leave the Buckeye program wasn't known, but a source confirmed spoke to Scout.com on January 13th.

"He didn't really give a reason for his decision, so I'm not sure what brought this about," a source to BuckeyeSports.com.

Cash, 6-foot-2, 190-pounds, committed to Ohio State in the spring of 2010 and enrolled in January of 2011. He impressed during spring football and played sparingly last season, mostly on special team situations.

A three-star recruit out of Plantation (FLA) High School, Cash chose the Buckeyes over offers from Florida State, LSU, Miami, South Florida, and Central Florida.

Plantation head coach Steven Davis listed Cash's greatest attribute coming out of high school as his ability to run to the ball but added that he is still working on taking better angles on the ball in the air.

"He's a real athletic kid," the coach said. "Athletically, you always saw it. It's just been a situation where he's grown into the position, but you always saw his athletic ability. You could see that (on tape) as a freshman."


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