Ohio State spring game rosters set: scarlet vs. grey


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Ohio State’s football Spring Game takes place Saturday afternoon at Ohio Stadium beginning at 1:30 p.m. Scarlet head coach Tom Herman and Gray coach Luke Fickell led their respective staffs in a draft. They refuse to tell us which player was the first overall pick, for whatever reason.

Braxton Miller will quarterback Herman’s Scarlet team and he’ll work behind an offensive line that includes four players – Jack Mewhort, Corey Linsley, Marcus Hall and Reid Fragel – who have worked with the first team this spring. Johnathan Hankins, Ryan Shazier and Travis Howard are among the key Scarlet defenders.

John Simon leads Fickell’s Gray team that features Etienne Sabino, Garrett Goebel and Bradley Roby on defense with Kenny Guiton at quarterback and offensive weapons Jordan Hall, Jake Stoneburner, Corey Brown and Devin Smith.

Team Scarlet

Head Coach – Tom Herman

Assistant Coaches – Everett Withers, Mike Vrabel, Tim Hinton

QBs     Braxton Miller, Justin Siems

OL       Darryl Baldwin, Reid Fragel, Marcus Hall, Eric Kramer, Corey Linsley, Jack Mewhort, Tim Trummer

RBs      Carlos Hyde, Rod Smith

FB        Zach Boren

TEs      Jeff Heuerman, Derek Burkholder, Nick Vannett

WRs     Chris Fields, Frank Kangah, Ryan Ross, Evan Spencer, Michael Thomas, Tyrone Williams

DL       Michael Bennett, Logan Beougher, Chase Farris, Joel Hale, Johnathan Hankins, William McCary, J.T. Moore, Se’Von Pittman, Kharim Stephens

LBs      Connor Crowell, Storm Klein, Ryan Shazier, Stewart Smith

DBs     C.J. Barnett, Christian Bryant, Doran Grant, Zach Domicone, Travis Howard, Vincent Petrella, Ron Tanner, Julian Vann, Jamie Wood

K/P      Drew Basil, Kyle Clinton, Kevin Niehoff

LS        Bryce Haynes


Team Gray

Head Coach – Luke Fickell

Assistant Coaches – Kerry Coombs, Ed Warinner, Stan Drayton, Zach Smith


QBs     Kenny Guiton, Cardale Jones

OL       Ivon Blackman, Brian Bobek, Jacoby Boren, Tommy Brown, Taylor Decker, Andrew Norwell, Ben St. John, Antonio Underwood

RBs      Bri’onte Dunn, Jordan Hall

FB        Adam Homan

TEs      Kyle Schuck, Jake Stoneburner

WRs     Corey Brown, Peter Gwilym, Verlon Reed, Taylor Rice, Devin Smith

DL       Adam Bellamy, Dalton Britt, Chris Carter, Garrett Goebel, Steve Miller, John Simon, Nathan Williams

LBs      Curtis Grant, Ross Oltorik, Joshua Perry, Andy Reed, Luke Roberts, Etienne Sabino

DBs     Corey Brown, Adam Griffin, Orhian Johnson, Tyvis Powell, Bradley Roby, Nick Sarac

K/P      Ben Buchanan, Kyle Clinton, Russell Doup

LS        George Makridis

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