Ohio State WR Noah Brown made what it is generally considered the leading candidate for catch of the year against Oklahoma during the Buckeyes’ 45-24 win on Sept. 17.
But teammate Parris Campbell made it clear that he can have crazy catches, too.
Ohio State’s Twitter account shared Campbell’s impressive catch from practice. The stages were a bit different, as Brown’s grab was on national television on the road at Oklahoma in prime time. But both catches are great on their own and further prove how talented Ohio State is this season, particularly at the skill positions.
Here are the two catches, starting with Campbell’s:
— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) September 28, 2016
Are you kidding?!
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 18, 2016
Brown had four touchdowns on only five catches against the Sooners. He ranks second on the team with nine receptions and 134 yards. Campbell has two catches for 21 yards this season.
On Saturday, Brown and Campbell — and every other Buckeye — will look to make more highlights when Ohio State plays at home against Rutgers at noon (ET) on the Big Ten Network.