NFL Releases Marvin Harrison Jr., a top wide receiver for the Ohio State Buckeyes, was forced to leave the field and seek medical care after suffering a terrifying ankle injury during last week’s game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
It appears like Harrison will be healthy when the Ohio State Buckeyes play the Maryland Terrapins this week after being able to finish the game and even make a few important catches late.
Marvin Harrison Jr. will be “full-go” and in the starting lineup this week following the ankle injury last week, according to the head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes, who made the announcement at his news conference on Tuesday afternoon.
“Ryan Day says Marvin Harrison Jr. will be full-go this week after injuring his ankle against Notre Dame,” Ohio State Buckeyes beat writer Dan Hope of Eleven Warriors reported on Tuesday on X, the social media website formerly known as Twitter.
Harrison was regarded as the best receiver in the nation and the best wide out prospect for the impending 2024 NFL Draft when the 2023 college football season began. He has 17 receptions for 336 yards and three touchdowns so far this season.
We’ll see whether he genuinely appears 100 percent healthy versus Maryland after the ankle issue did not seem to slow him down significantly against Notre Dame.