Ohio State junior Garrett Wilson has introduced that he’s declaring for the NFL draft and can decide out of the Rose Bowl in opposition to Utah.
Wilson joins a rising listing of Ohio State standouts that gained’t take part in Saturday’s sport. Receiver Chris Olave, offensive sort out Nicholas Petit-Frere and defensive sort out Haskell Garrett additionally wont be obtainable, in line with coach Ryan Day.
After totaling 2,213 yards receiving and 23 touchdowns in three seasons at Ohio State, Wilson is taken into account one of many prime receivers within the upcoming draft.
The 21-year-old was a first-team Huge Ten receiver final season and made the second workforce this season after recording 1,058 yards and 12 touchdowns on 70 receptions.
“I wish to begin this off by thanking you all from the underside of my coronary heart,” Wilson mentioned Monday on Twitter. “These final three years have been unforgettable and changing into a Buckeye has been the one best decision of my life.
“… This journey has been a lifetime within the making and after cautious consideration, immediately, I’m excited to start out the subsequent chapter by declaring for the NFL Draft.”
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