The Ohio State offense has been prolific throughout Urban Meyer's tenure and the expectation for excellence certainly isn't changing in 2016.
However, if the Buckeyes are to reach the same heights they have in previous seasons they are going to have to get contributions from plenty of young players.
One constant is quarterback J.T. Barrett. The Ohio State signal caller spoke about what young players have stood out to him so far this camp and who in particular looked good at the team's Saturday scrimmage.
One player who Barrett might be connecting with this season is Torrance Gibson. The most talked about recruit from the 2015 class, Gibson didn't see the field last season as he transitioned from quarterback to wide receiver. He spoke about how far he has come since last season.
A bit of a forgotten man in the receiver room is K.J. Hill. The redshirt freshman has received plenty of praise from Meyer over his time at Ohio State, but was slowed last spring by a wrist injury. He said that he is back to 100 percent and spoke about the vast amount of talent the Buckeyes have in the wide receiver room.
Parris Campbell may not be a player who piles up stats this season, but he might be just what Meyer is looking for. The head coach compared him to former do-everything receiver Evan Spencer and Campbell spoke about that role.
Finally from the offense, starting left tackle Jamacro Jones spoke about what it meant to be named a starter.