Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr. remains unsure about entering the 2024 NFL Draft following loss to Michigan

Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr. remains unsure about entering the 2024 NFL Draft following loss to Michigan

Marvin Harrison Jr. (Via The comeback)

Wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. may have taken the loss against the Michigan Wolverines personally. The speculation came after Harrison Jr. hinted at uncertainty about his future in football. Known as the best player on the field, Harrison has unfortunately suffered the third straight loss.

Harrison Jr. impressed against Michigan. He caught five passes for 118 yards and a touchdown. However, during the final drive, quarterback Kyle McCord threw an interception, which sealed the loss for the Buckeyes.


After the loss, Ohio State’s Harrison didn’t leave the field. In fact, he stayed there for a longer period as he felt downcast after losing to the rival Wolverines. Harrison talked about his future in football when addressing the media post-game. He hinted at doubts about his appearance at the 2024 NFL Draft. This is what the standout WR said:

I don't know-I don't have an answer for you just yet. A lotta conversations to be had, with family, coaches, teammates.
Marvin Harrison Jr. via post-game media appearance.

Prior to the game, Harrison remained excited about the 2024 NFL draft as he planned to announce his availability for the Draft. He is counted among those elite prospects in the draft class. Some even consider him the No. 1 pick for whichever NFL team pursued them.

Marvin Harrison Jr. ranks the No. 2 player in the Class of 2024

Harrison has already been considered among the top overall picks in the 2024 NFL draft with his brilliance on the field and stats. In fact, ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. ranked the wide receiver as the No. 2 player in the Class of 2024, behind Caleb Williams. USC quarterback Caleb Willaims remains the No. 1 pick for most fans and analysts.

Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr.
Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr. (Via Yahoo Sports)

Kiper, who is also known as a draft guru, said:

Harrison is on track to get my highest pre-draft grade for a wideout since Calvin Johnson (2007) and Larry Fitzgerald (2004)
Mel Kiper Jr. via ESPN

He highlighted how the wide receiver has everything required for the top picks– size, stellar hands, incredible body control, and blazing speed. Coming off the offseason, if the Chicago Bears go with quarterback Justin Field, Harrison could be an integral candidate for them. The same goes for the Arizona Cardinals if they intend to move forward with Kyler Murray.

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