COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State wrapped up spring practice No. 9 on Tuesday, then welcomed two players as official Buckeyes. Walk-ons C.J. Saunders and Nick Seme had their black stripes removed from their helmets after practice. That’s a sign that both are recognized as official members of the team. Watch the video of Saunders and Seme losing their black stripes below: Congratulations to @Cj_saunders_& @nseme_ for getting those black stripes off! [?] [?][?]#GoBucks pic.twitter.com/8nXxVaPubl — Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) April 4, 2017 Saunders is listed as a cornerback on Ohio State’s roster, but has worked with the receivers this spring. He’s been with the program since 2015. Seme, from Wadsworth, is in his first spring with the Buckeyes after originally enrolling at Ashland University to play football and track. That makes three players who have lost their black stripe so far this spring. The other is cornerback Kendall Sheffield. Ohio…
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