Following Ohio State’s undefeated 2012 campaign, one of Urban Meyer’s biggest offseason priorities was to upgrade the Buckeyes’ wide receiver corps.
Meyer did just that after signing Ohio State’s 2013 recruiting class. That group included four 4-star wide receiver/athlete recruits in Jalin Marshall, JUCO prospect Corey Smith, Dontre Wilson and James Clark.
Those assuming Meyer was done, though, were incorrect.
According to a report from ElevenWarriors.com, former Georgia Tech wide receiver Jeff Greene will be transferring to Ohio State.
Former Georgia Tech wide receiver Jeff Greene to walk on at Ohio State. 11w.rs/13GlEL1— Eleven Warriors (@11W) May 9, 2013
Greene, a former 3-star recruit, committed to play for Paul Johnson in Georgia Tech’s option/run-heavy offense in 2011. Greene hauled in a team-high 18 receptions for 284 yards and two touchdowns in 2012, with a long of 82 yards. At 6’4″, Greene has good size and decent speed to create mismatches at the second…
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