Ohio State held it’s team media day six days ago and nearly every Buckeye on the roster was available to the press.
Two weeks away from the start of the season we’re taking you back to media day at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center and giving you a look at some of the more interesting Buckeyes from last Sunday with videos courtesy of Scout contributor Tayla Davis.
Curtis Samuel spoke about his unique role for the Buckeyes as he will be tasked with playing both receiver and running back for Ohio State this season, and is one of the more experienced players in both position groups.
Michael Jordan is in line to start as a true freshman for Ohio State. He addressed his assent to the starting lineup and what that has meant to him, what he’s seen from the defense and the state of the offensive line tasked with replacing three starters.
One position the Ohio State staff feels is secured is Sam Hubbard’s defensive end spot. The redshirt sophomore talked about fall camp generally, his progress as a defensive end and the Buckeyes reloading effort for 2016.
Parris Campbell was referred to by head coach Urban Meyer as a player that possess the intangibles necessary to win big. The receiver spoke about his work early in camp, goals for the team and which you guys have stepped up.