Ohio State Gets Big Receiver in Binjimen Victor

Ohio State Gets Big Receiver in Binjimen Victor


Ohio State had depth issues at receiver this past season and have lost several top players to the NFL draft early, making the commitment of Binjimen Victor this weekend huge for the Buckeyes going forward. Victor picked OSU over West Virginia and Tennessee. From Coconut Creek Florida, Victor was on campus in October but took some time to see all three of his favorite programs before making a final decision.

Zach Smith was instrumental in recruiting Victor, a 6’4” 175 lbs prospect who is also friends with Torrance Gibson and Johnny Dixon. Smith was confident in what OSU could offer Victor and Victor loved the program when he made the visit. Smith and Urban Meyer are planning on visiting Victor at his home later this week.

Victor is rated in the top 15 receivers in the country for 2016 and is used to producing big numbers throughout a season. This season he put up 15 touchdowns and close to 850 yards. As a junior he made it to the end zone 12 times on over 800 yards receiving.

He joins quarterback Dwayne Haskins and linebacker Keandre Jones as new Buckeye commits over the weekend.

2016 WR Binjimen Victor 2014 season highlight remix


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