Ohio State Football Two-Man Roundtable: Spring Edition

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Published: April 2, 2009

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... you most closely monitoring?

Poe: Devier Posey. With Robiskie and Hartline gone and Ray Small’s issues, Posey has the speed, size, and intangibles you look for in a go-to receiver. He’s best friends with Pryor, and that can only help their situation.

Posey was last seen making a pretty good catch and run against Youngstown State and then kind of disappeared, sort of like Taurian Washington in 2007. Posey did, however, make it onto the field, even when he had roughly four receivers in front of him.

I would imagine that, in 2009, Ohio State will try to put together something that resembles an actual passing game and expect Pryor to throw more than 12 times per game.

That would be in comparison to 2008, when OSU scored in the second quarter and would attempt to run the clock out the entire second half. Depth chart (after spring) probably goes 1) Posey 2) Small 3) Sanzenbacher 4) Thomas 5) Carter 6) Everyone else.

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