Ohio State got more good news late Monday night. Wide receiver Terry McLaurin will be back on Ohio State’s offense in 2018.
McLaurin was a fourth-year junior in 2017.
Terry McLaurin announces he’ll return to Ohio State in 2018
McLaurin caught 29 passes for 436 yards and 6 touchdowns in 2017. His most memorable play from last season was an 84-yard touchdown against Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game.
The Buckeyes are bringing back all of their top receivers in 2018. McLaurin joined fellow wideouts Johnnie Dixon and Parris Campbell in announcing their returns in the last week. It’s great news for an offense that has to replace veteran quarterback J.T. Barrett.
Urban Meyer is pleased with the news. The Buckeyes coach retweeted this tweet about Ohio State’s 2018 wide receivers corps.
— BuckeyesNews (@BuckeyesNews) January 16, 2018
During the 2017 season, Meyer expressed his hope that all of Ohio State’s wide receivers with eligibility would return in 2018.
“If they all come back, this could be as lethal an offense as we’ve had [in 2018],” Meyer said about his wide receivers in November.