The rite of passage found two more Ohio State freshmen on Thursday.
Jordan Leasure and Binjimen Victor both did enough to earn the removal. Leasure is a preferred walk-on RB while Victor is a 4-star WR out of Florida.
“I want to thank my position unit — coach [Tony] Alford has helped me a lot,” Leasure said in the video. “The older guys, thank you a ton. Go Bucks!”
Congrats Jordan Leasure and Binjimen Victor! Lose those Black Stripes! pic.twitter.com/cTiX2btPAw
— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) August 18, 2016
Victor had 42 catches for 846 yards and 15 TDs his senior season for Coconut Creek High School.
Leasure rushed for more than 1,300 yards for Amanda-Clearcreek (Ohio) as a senior despite dealing with a shoulder injury, Tom Wilson of the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette reported.
“Ever since I was little, I wanted to play for Ohio State,” Wilson quoted Leasure.