There's something special about suiting up for duty, no matter what your vocation. Little is more memorable for a class of incoming college freshmen student athletes then the first time they step on to campus or the first time they put on the uniform they'll aim to do justice during the next four to five years of their lives. Who can fault them for taking a moment to mark the occasion?
Incoming all-everything five star defensive end Noah Spence looks to join what's arguably already college football's best defensive line. First he'll grow into his #8, which is sort like a sideways representation of the infinite fear he'll instill into opposing signal callers during the next three or four years he's a Buckeye.
Four star Steubenville safety Najee Murray will go the road less traveled donning #18 this fall for the Buckeyes.
Potentially Ohio State's next truly great linebacker, Camren Williams sporting the same #5 he wore in High School.
Four star athlete David Perkins is no exception. Wearing 25, the linebacker to be will target to disrupt plays at a clip not always seen at the linebacker position even in a historically strong LB breeding ground like Columbus.
Four star defensive back Armani Reeves joins the party letting everyone know how much he digs his numerical homage to Shawn Springs. Now he'll attempt to make his body of work on the field come anywhere close to the Ohio State legend's career.
Reppin that 90 twitter.com/TommySchutt/st…— Tommy Schutt (@TommySchutt) June 27, 2012
Defensive tackle/force to be Tommy Schutt let's us know he's representing #90.
Freshman linebacker Jamal Marcus dons the same number that luminaries such as Maurice Wells rocked in years prior.
Last and certainly not least, running back Warren Ball does his best Beanie Wells immitation. He now aims to ball so hard opposing defenses will want to fine him.