COLUMBUS, Ohio — Notably missing from the rotation on the rebuilt defensive line during the first practice of spring camp, Se’Von Pittman won’t be returning for any more workouts with Ohio State.
The program confirmed late on Tuesday evening that the redshirt freshman has elected to transfer and was granted his release, ending his brief career with the Buckeyes.
Pittman was part of a heralded group of four defensive linemen signed in Meyer’s first class with Ohio State, but the 2012 ESPN 150 pick and No. 14 defensive end in the country never played a down with the team after flipping his commitment from Michigan State late in the recruiting process.
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