Tyquan Lewis And Curtis Samuel Make Career Decisions

Tyquan Lewis And Curtis Samuel Make Career Decisions


Two top players from the Ohio State University's football team have made critical decisions about their future. Curtis Samuel is heading to the NFL Draft, while Tyquan Lewis is going back to OSU for his senior year. Samuel has had a great season although OSU lost 31-0 to Clemson in a playoff semifinal game on December 31. Kurt Samuel is the only college player who has been able to achieve 700 yards in receiving and rushing in 2016. Samuel's coaches encouraged him to stay with OSU for the next year, but he has made his decision to join the 2017 NFL draft. Danny Landberg, his high school coach, shared with the Associate Press about Samuel's determination to join the NFL despite the coach's suggestions about the possibility of Samuel becoming a Heisman Trophy candidate. Landberg, was, however, very proud of Samuel's maturity.

Tyquan Lewis, on the other hand, is returning to the OSU Buckeyes. Lewis led the team in tackles for loss and got top honors as the Big Ten's defensive lineman of the year. With Samuel, Malik Hooker, Gareon Conley and Raekwon McMillan leaving the team, Lewis along Sam Hubbard will return as the key players to lead the team. Lewis confirmed his excitement about his return to the OSU Buckeyes via Twitter. He is aiming for a championship and wants to improve the team's record.

Curtis Samuel || Official Ohio State Highlights

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