Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr. declares for NFL Draft

Marvin Harrison Ohio State Buckeyes Receiver

Ohio State wide receiver and 2023 Biletnikoff Award winner Marvin Harrison Jr. has his sights set on the NFL Draft.

Harrison declared for the 2024 NFL Draft on Thursday announcing the decision on social media.

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Harrison won college football’s top honor for a wide receiver after posting a Big Ten-best 1,211 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns.

Harrison was named a unanimous All-American in both 2022-23, becoming the first Buckeyes receiver to achieve such a feat.

Harrison was a Heisman Trophy finalist this season. It marked the sixth-straight year an Ohio State Buckeye was named a finalist.

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In his three-year Buckeyes career, Harrison caught 2,613 yards and 31 touchdowns. He broke out in his first-career start during the Rose Bowl in 2021 when he caught three touchdowns against Utah.

His Ohio State career included two appearances on the First Team All-Big Ten. Harrison is widely viewed as a lock to become a first round draft pick, and some even see him being selected among the top five picks.