Ohio State has landed four-star wide receiver Binjimen Victor, the tall wide receiver who famously put on a show at Ohio State’s Friday Night Lights camp in 2014.
Victor appeared to be a Florida lean for much of 2015, but his three finalists were Ohio State, Tennessee and West Virginia. At the Under Armour All-American Game, Victor told Scout.com that he was really impressed with what the Buckeyes had to offer.
“I’ve been there a couple times,” he said. “I feel like if I do go there I would fit in their offense and have a great time while I play there.”
Victor (6-4, 173) gives Ohio State a coveted outside target to pair along with fellow four-star receiver Austin Mack, who is an early enrollee. He is the No. 66 overall prospect in the class of 2016.
His Scout evaluation reads as follows: “Tall wide receiver and he knows how to use his size to his advantage. Long arms, big hands, and he is very consistent with his hands. Big target to throw to and is only going to get better as he gets stronger. Fluid with sneaky speed down the field. A real go-to guy inside the redzone with his size and ability to out-jump defensive backs. Can catch the ball in traffic. Still raw as a route runner and can improve his burst out of breaks.”