Anyone even distractedly following Urban Meyer’s career as a head coach knows that his spread attack can be extremely explosive.
The system is based on getting the ball to the offense’s most talented players in an optimal position to excel. Therefore, when executed properly, the athlete can utilize his specific skill set and produce an explosive play.
Meyer and his coaching staff focused on reeling in more speed and athleticism at offensive skill positions in their 2013 recruiting class. They wanted to add a plethora of weapons to their spread attack, and they succeeded.
Add these new explosive recruits with current weapons on the roster who’ve had a year of experience in the new offense, and that is a pretty dangerous line-up.
Who’s the most explosive option for the Buckeyes? Is it an incoming freshman or a seasoned wideout? Is it even a wide receiver? Exactly what does “explosive” entail?
For the sake of this slideshow, I’m defining “explosive” as the ability…
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