2:27 PM ET COLUMBUS, Ohio — For the second year in a row, Ohio State will have to replace three starters in the secondary who are leaving early for the NFL draft. And the latest loss for the Buckeyes puts one of the most-touted cornerbacks in the country in play for a team at the next level. Redshirt sophomore Marshon Lattimore announced his decision on Twitter on Wednesday, joining fellow Ohio State defensive backs Malik Hooker and Gareon Conley to forgo eligibility and turn pro. Lattimore is the No. 1-rated draft-eligible cornerback on ESPN Mel Kiper Jr.’s latest top prospects list. He is also listed by ESPN’s Todd McShay as the No. 7 overall prospect in the NFL draft. Marshon Lattimore had 4 interceptions, 13 passes defended and a touchdown in 2016 for Ohio State. Matthew Visinsky/Icon SportswireLattimore had two seasons potentially available to him with the Buckeyes after struggling with…
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