Although a few of those players were limited by injuries, most took part in Ohio State’s 2018 spring game. What follows is an alphabetical rundown of how those players fared in the Gray team’s 37-14 win over the Scarlet team.
QB Matthew Baldwin
Matthew Baldwin missed all of spring practice while recovering from a knee injury sustained in December during the playoffs of his senior season.
CB Sevyn Banks
Although he had some tough moments, Sevyn Banks was mostly the victim of really good throws when passes were completed against him. He made a pair of tackles for the Scarlet team.
LB Dallas Gant
Linebacker Dallas Gant finished second on the Gray team with 5 tackles and also forced a fumble in the win over the Scarlet team.
DT Antwuan Jackson
Foot surgery limited Antwuan Jackson in spring practice and kept him out of the spring game. However, he’s not expected to miss any time in fall camp.
CB Tyreke Johnson
Cornerback Tyreke Johnson finished with 2 tackles for the Scarlet team, including a tackle for loss.
C Matthew Jones
Matthew Jones played in a reserve role but was limited because of the center battle between Brady Taylor and Josh Myers.
RB Master Teague
As the only running back on the Scarlet roster, Teague figured to be in for a big day despite being a freshman. He didn’t disappoint, rushing 14 times for 73 yards and scoring a touchdown. Ohio State has a crowded depth chart at running back, but Teague showed he can be a factor if called upon.
DT Tommy Togiai
Defensive tackle Tommy Togiai wrapped up perhaps the most impressive spring of any early enrollee by recording 2 tackles in the spring game. The week of the spring game, Togiai became just the second freshman early enrollee at Ohio State to lose his black stripe during spring practice. He split his time on Saturday between both the Gray and Scarlet teams.
OL Max Wray
Max Wray got some action at right tackle opposite Josh Alabi at left tackle. Exiting spring, he appears to be in the tackle two-deep behind presumed starters Isaiah Prince and Thayer Munford. More competition could come when freshman Nick Petit-Frere arrives in June or if Ohio State ultimately moves Branden Bowen back to tackle from guard.