Jeremy Cash Leaving Ohio State

Ohio State freshman safety Jeremy Cash will be leaving the Buckeye program, learned Friday evening. A source close to Cash confirmed his departure, but declined to specify any reason for the move.

Ohio State freshman safety Jeremy Cash will become the second player to leave the program since the hiring of head Urban Meyer. Earlier, sophomore quarterback Taylor Graham announced his intention to leave Ohio State and will reportedly transfer to Hawaii.

"Jeremy has decided to leave the program," a source close to Cash told Friday evening. "He didn't really give a reason for his decision, so I'm not sure what brought this about. He did express interest in Duke, but he could have several schools in mind."

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 came to Ohio State with high school teammate Ryan Shazier.

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