GREENE'S TAKE ON WINT: The key to Jahsen Wint being offered by Ohio State traces to former defensive coordinator Chris Ash, who was pushing for him right to the time he left for Rutgers. Ash convinced Meyer that Wint could be a future contributor at safety, a position damaged by the early departures of Vonn Bell and Tyvis Powell. Wint is a big hitter, but his ability to show he can be strong in coverage will determine how soon he hits the field. Wint should be able to contribute soon on special teams.
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