Terry McLaurin Returns to Ohio State for 2018

Terry McLaurin Returns to Ohio State for 2018


Ohio had a deal of great news on Monday when their third and final  receiver Terry McLaurin tweeted his intent to return to school for another year. This puts Ohio State's receiving core back together for another year. Certainly with J. T. Barrett's departure this year it will help the new quarterback transition with the team to have those standout wide receivers to throw to. Couple this with junior Johnny Dixon making his exciting touchdown plays and the receivers at Ohio State will give defenders nightmares.

While it was unsure speculation at first, many thought that fellow receivers Parris Campbell and K. J. Hill along with Terry McLaurin were all going to declare for the NFL Draft. This would have been a devastating hit for the school to take since that is their top three receivers. Hill caught just over fifty passes for a little over five hundred yards. Campbell caught forty for over five hundred yards, and both of the men had three touchdowns a piece. McLaurin almost thirty catches for just under five hundred yards too. Surely, the Buckeyes will have a great leg up next season when they hit the field.

Terry McLaurin 2017 Catches

Career Update

McLaurin completed his 2018 year with over 700 yards and 11 touchdowns making the decision to come back to school a great one. He then entered the NFL draft for 2019 where he was selected in the third round by the Washington Redskins. He continued his prolific receiving at the highest level with 919 yards on 58 receptions and 7 touchdowns.

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