How was Harding's day at Ohio State on Saturday.
"Ohio State was good," said Harding. "I ran two good forty times of 4.33 and 4.38. So I was pretty excited about that."
Harding's speed didn't go unnoticed as Ohio State coaches reached out to him after camp.
"I spoke with (assistant) coach Tim Hinton," said Harding. "He told me they liked what I did today as I had the fastest forty times in all their camps. He said they liked my speed and that I did everything I was expected to do and to give him a call next week sometime."
Harding also added a new offer on the day and perked the interest of a few other programs.
Prior to the camp season Harding was listed as a running back and held no offers coming into the month of June. At a couple of camps he turned over to defense working out as a corner. What did he do at Ohio State?
"I worked out at corner and did some receiver work during one-on-one drills," said Harding. "I felt I did pretty well during one-on-ones as I burned a few guys. However, a couple of times I couldn't make the catch as the ball was underthrown."
Will Ohio State be Harding's first BCS offer?
FOXSportsNEXT.com will continue to follow Harding as he finishes up the month of June.