Is Ohio State Running Back U, Line Backer U, or Wide Receiver U?

Is Ohio State Running Back U, Line Backer U, or Wide Receiver U?
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Is Ohio State Running Back U, Line Backer U, or Wide Receiver U?

It differs from year to year, recently it seems like OSU has been Linebacker U. They have also produced outstanding running backs and receivers so I think it's up to an individual’s opinion.

Writer's Q&A: Is Ohio State Running Back U, Line Backer U, Wide Receiver U or another position?

Bill Smith: The only answer is Yes! Yes to all. In the modern era of college and pro football, no other school has produced as many outstanding players over the 117 years of the game.

Eric Geier: It differs from year to year, recently it seems like OSU has been Linebacker U. They have also produced outstanding running backs and receivers so I think it's up to an individual’s opinion.

Steve Patterson: The major programs all like to claim to be the biggest producer of NFL talent at one position or another. Wikipedia takes you to the Penn State Nittany Lion page when you do a search for Linebacker U. I think Ohio State has made a case to be considered the best at all three positions with the linebacker position being the strongest during the most recent period.

Ryan Leonardo: Wide receiver, but not as of late when it comes to elite performers at the next level. Jenkins, Ginn, Hartline, Gonzo, and many others recently make a strong case against Boston, Glenn, Galloway, Cris and Drew Carter, and Chris Gamble.

Pete Quint: If you go on the merits of Buckeye careers in the NFL then Ohio State is Wide Receiver U.  Chris Carter, Drew Carter, David Boston, Joey Galloway, Terry Glenn, Ted Ginn Jr. and Anthony Gonzalez all come to mind.

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