2024 NFL draft prospect Marvin Harrison Jr. wows scouts at pro day
Ohio State’s pro day was jam-packed with talent in the 2023 NFL draft. But the player who got the most chatter, aside from quarterback C.J. Stroud was a guy who isn’t even in this draft.
Wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr., son of NFL legend Marvin Harrison worked out with the team and gave the entire league something to think about for the next year. At 6-foot-4 and 205 pounds, he is one of the most ridiculous physical specimens in football at any level but at only 20 years old isn’t eligible until the 2024 NFL draft.
Last season, Harrison caught 77 passes for 1,263 yards and 14 touchdowns. taking over the top receiver role from Jaxon Smith-Njigba while he dealt with an injury, Harrison established himself as perhaps the best wide receiver in the country. If Harrison were in the 2023 NFL draft, there’s little doubt he would be the top receiver in the class and would be in strong consideration to be a Top Five pick.
Marvin Harrison Jr. had scouts buzzing at Ohio State's pro day for when he’s eligible in next year's NFL draft 🤩🏎️
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— ESPN (@espn) March 23, 2023
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