Over the years, we’ve heard it dozens, if not hundreds, of times when talking about a player Urban Meyer and Ohio State have recruited. “He’s going to play the Percy Harvin position.” Of course, that position – sometimes called the H-back or hybrid back –has evolved and is now the Curtis Samuel position for Ohio State. Before that, it was the Jalin Marshall or Dontre Wilson position. In this week’s 3 for 3, we asked our readers what they were curious about on the recruiting trail, and this was something that caught my attention. @Birm Does having an “H-back” position hurt recruiting elite true slot receivers that don’t want the “hybrid” label at the next level. — Brady Cavinee (@bcavinee8) May 17, 2017 I felt that Brady had a solid premise and decided to investigate it a bit further. As we do every week, I asked two of my peers for their…
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