J.T. Barrett will not only go down as one of the best quarterbacks in Ohio State history, but also as one of the best quarterbacks in Big Ten history.
The only three-time captain in Ohio State football history ended his collegiate career on a high note, as he led the Buckeyes to a 24-7 win over USC in the 2017 Cotton Bowl. During Barrett’s senior season, Ohio State went 12-2, which included wins over Penn State, Michigan State, Michigan and Wisconsin, the latter of which came in the Big Ten Championship Game.
On Wednesday, Barrett shared a video on Instagram that highlighted his senior season.
Watch the video below:
The video was created by Instagram user Jacob Brown, who is a “Filmer/Editor for the Buckeyes,” according to his Instagram bio.
In his final season with the Buckeyes, Barrett completed 64.7 percent of his passes for 3,053 yards and 35 touchdowns against 9 interceptions. In addition, he rushed for 798 yards and 12 touchdowns.
In his four seasons at Ohio State, Barrett finished with 9,434 passing yards, 3,263 rushing yards, 104 passing touchdowns and 43 rushing touchdowns.
In addition, Barrett set countless Ohio State and Big Ten records in college, including most total yards in a season (3,851) and most touchdowns in a season (47). Barrett also holds the record for most career passing yards by an Ohio State quarterback, and most career passing touchdowns (104), total touchdowns (147) and offensive yards (12,697) in Big Ten history.
Barrett will be available in the 2018 NFL Draft.