After Ohio State capped its perfect 2012 season with a 26-21 victory over the Michigan Wolverines last November, a number of Buckeyes players were forced with a decision to either return to school for another year or enter the NFL draft.
Bradley Roby was one of those players, and after a lot of thought, the soon-to-be redshirt junior decided to stay in Columbus for another go around with the Buckeyes.
That decision will not only benefit him, but also an Ohio State team that will desperately need his leadership and playmaking ability this season.
After breaking out as a redshirt freshman in 2011, Roby thrived under Meyer. The shutdown corner recorded 63 tackles (third highest on the team) to go along with two interceptions last year, but Roby made the biggest impact in coverage. Ohio State’s star cornerback led the nation with 1.73 passes defended per game (according to cfbstats.com) and made multiple game-changing plays throughout the season.
His outstanding consistency…
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